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BOUGHEN, Wallace Robinson  - Passed away suddenly on Monday, April 10, 2017 at his home in his much loved village of Newtonville.

He was the husband of the late Inez Boughen (Nee Gordon).

He is survived by his only sister June Stec (Adam).

Brother to the late Ewart Robinson, the late Morley Robinson, the late Jim Boughen and the late Ted Boughen. Brother in law to Marlene Boughen, Jane Boughen, Wilma Robinson, the late Ruth Robinson, Ruth and Alvin Yeo, John and Doreen Gordon, Joan Goardon (the late Don) and the late June and Elmer Munford.

As per Wallace's wishes, a private funeral and burial will take place.

A celebration of life will be held at the Newtonville Community Hall, 21 Church Lane, Newtonville on Sunday, May 7, 2017 from 2pm to 4pm.

Wallace loved his two cat companions Smokey and Big Boy.

Donations in memory of Wallace can be made to Sick Kids Hospital or the local Humane Society

Special thanks goes to Dr. M. Ward and staff for their excellent care, the Home Care staff of CCCA, Gord Humphrey who came every Wednesday for his exercise sessions and Debbie, Rob and Joanne for their care of Wallace which made it possible for him to live his last years happily in his home.

DurhamObituaries.com

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BOUGHEN, Wallace Robinson  - Passed away suddenly on Monday, April 10, 2017 at his home in his much loved village of Newtonville.

He was the husband of the late Inez Boughen (Nee Gordon).

He is survived by his only sister June Stec (Adam).

Brother to the late Ewart Robinson, the late Morley Robinson, the late Jim Boughen and the late Ted Boughen. Brother in law to Marlene Boughen, Jane Boughen, Wilma Robinson, the late Ruth Robinson, Ruth and Alvin Yeo, John and Doreen Gordon, Joan Goardon (the late Don) and the late June and Elmer Munford.

As per Wallace's wishes, a private funeral and burial will take place.

A celebration of life will be held at the Newtonville Community Hall, 21 Church Lane, Newtonville on Sunday, May 7, 2017 from 2pm to 4pm.

Wallace loved his two cat companions Smokey and Big Boy.

Donations in memory of Wallace can be made to Sick Kids Hospital or the local Humane Society

Special thanks goes to Dr. M. Ward and staff for their excellent care, the Home Care staff of CCCA, Gord Humphrey who came every Wednesday for his exercise sessions and Debbie, Rob and Joanne for their care of Wallace which made it possible for him to live his last years happily in his home.

DurhamObituaries.com

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