Gary Fielding

Gary Fielding

Wednesday, February 6th, 1935 - Friday, February 15th, 2019
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Gary Fielding 1935-2019
Gary died Friday February 15 2019 at Collingwood General and Marine Hospital with family and friends close at hand. Gary leaves behind his wife Margaret (nee Frawley) of 59 years and three sons: Gordon (Carole), Stephen (Kim), and Jeffrey (Linnea). Gary was ‘Gramps’ to seven grandkids Dylan, Mack, Madison, Cameron, Andrew, Nolan, and Klara. Born to Agnes (nee Fletcher) and John Fielding, Gary was raised and lived most of his adult life in Toronto. Gary was an accomplished junior athlete who drew no lines between hockey, baseball, and football. His life-long passion for aviation led him to become a pilot at a young age thus setting the stage for an early dating experience that nearly swore Margaret to a lifetime of terrestrial travel. Gary coached hockey, translated baseball, and enabled skill development for countless kids – particularly his own. Later, Gary and Marg discovered a love for skiing. Relocating and rebuilding a period log cabin at Osler Bluff Ski Club that became the family’s “home-away-from-home”. Then, with nest empty, it simply became ‘home’ as they transitioned their lives from Toronto to Collingwood and wove themselves into a rich community of friends. Known for his dry wit, generous spirit, and unpretentious sense of giving, Gary’s gift to his friends was a deep-seated integrity and a dependable loyalty. With a clear sense of right and wrong, he was a gentle and unwaveringly supportive husband and father. He is deeply missed.

A memorial service and celebration of life will be held at 1:00 pm on May 3, 2019 at All Saints Anglican Church, 32 Elgin St. in Collingwood. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Collingwood General and Marine Hospital.
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    Friday, May 3rd, 2019 | 1:00pm
    Friday, May 3rd, 2019 1:00pm
    All Saints' Anglican Church
    32 Elgin Street
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    Rev. Douglas Michael


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Larry Gee

Posted at 02:05pm
Margaret, Gordon, Stephen, Jeffery and Family. Gary appeared on my radar only 5 years ago, when I was invited to join the Golf Nuts group at Blue Mountain. Unfortunately, two years into my time, Gary found it necessary to retire from the game he loved. We were not happy with Gary's departure, as he was a model of fair play and camaraderie that made a round of golf so engaging and fun.
Marg, I wish you and your family the strength and belief in all good things that were part of Gary's life and hope they will be part of your future. Larry Gee

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