Onalee Hamilton

Onalee Hamilton

Friday, April 30th, 1926 - Tuesday, January 1st, 2019
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Hamilton, Onalee

Onalee was born April 30, 1926 in Detroit, MI. Her parents were Dr. John Laird Jr. and Doris Laird. She grew up in Flint, MI and graduated from Michigan State University, School of Business in 1947. She worked as manager of hospital medical records at St. Francis Memorial Hospital, San Francisco, California and then as a consultant for the California Department of Public Health. She was president of the California Association of Medical Record Librarians. After her marriage to Harry W. Hamilton in 1971 she moved to Collingwood, Ontario to be with Harry and his son William. Harry was the owner of Hamilton Construction; he died in 2009. Onalee will be missed by Bill and his wife Virginia; their children Jodie (Drew) Clair and Stephen (Alexandra) Hamilton and grandchildren Taylor and Samantha Clair and Charlotte and Henry Hamilton. A graveside service will be held in the spring at Trinity United Cemetery.
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    Trinity United Cemetery
    Poplar Sideroad
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    Spring Interment
Graveside service to be held in the spring.


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Dr Jeff andAnita Stackhouse

Posted at 10:41pm
To the Hamilton Family
We were very blessed to have known Onalee all the years that she visited our office. She will be missed as she was such a joy to speak with and her joy in the Lord was so apparent. She is certainly in a good place and with good crowd although we will miss her.

Dr. Jeff and Anita Stackhouse

Heather and Bob Venton

Posted at 09:54pm
We send our thoughts and sympathies to Onalee’s family and friends. We always enjoyed our talks on Sunday and the books and magazines she would share with us. We will remember Lee as a good example of a believer who continued in her ”faith established and firm not moved from the hope held out in the Gospel” (Col.1:23) May she Rest In Peace until the day that she joins our Lord on his return.

Chris and Martha Sales

Posted at 04:05pm
We are saddened by Onalee's passing and will miss her. She was a gracious, lovely person and always brightened our Christadelphian meetings on Sunday mornings at Raglan village. Onalee had a strong faith in the Bible hope that one day soon Jesus Christ will return and raise the dead to immortality and set up God's kingdom on this earth. May she have a very short sleep until she hears the gentle call of her Lord and Master to rise and join him in an unending life without anymore pain, sorrow or aging. The best is yet to come!

Dolores Smith

Posted at 03:21pm
My sincere condolences to the Hamilton family. Lee was a wonderful neighbour and dinner companion of mine at Raglan Village.

Elizabeth (Liz) Marshall

Posted at 12:43pm
Bill and family - Vern and I are so sorry to hear about Onalee. Please accept our sincerest sympathies.

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My beautiful Lee. Will miss her smile. Christmas 2018
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