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Hamilton GlennHAMILTON, William “Glenn” - To all who knew him, September 3, 1932-April 2, 2017. Glenn Hamilton passed away peacefully with family by his side on April 2, 2017.

Son of the late William and Thelma Hamilton (Sherrard).

Brother to the late Margaret (Stewart) Mainprise), Bruce (Terry) Hamilton, Roy (Pauline) Hamilton, Ruth (Carl) Reid, Shirley (Frank) Dean, Jean (Dave) Demille, Robert (Flossie) Hamilton,

Glenn was from Trenton Ontario and resided in Belleville, Ontario for seven decades. He lived in the same house on Albany Heights; that he took loving care of for just over five decades.

Glenn was very social and enjoyed playing and being involved in sports. He was a member of Oak Hills Golf course for over 45 years and enjoyed playing golf regularly with his sons and participating in golf tournaments.

Glenn loved to bowl and began five pin bowling as a young man in his early twenties. He won a number of tournaments and was most proud of Mr. Bowling in 1966 and the CKWS in March 1964. Glenn participated in bowling recreational throughout his life and near the end enjoyed participated in ten pin bowling leagues until a year ago. During the sixties and seventies Glenn was fully involved in Belleville’s Minor Hockey League as the Manager of his son’s hockey teams; as well as a Convenor for Ontario Minor Hockey Association for most of the seventies.

Glenn’s hobbies were a significant part of his life and he continued to enjoy them after retiring from Northern Telecom in 1989; after serving the company as a Machinist and then Set-Up Coordinator for over thirty-six years.

Glenn’s real joy and love was his family. He enjoyed 54 years of marriage to Margaret Marion Tuck and they raised five children together. Glenn was a father before his time as he was fully involved in the care of his children and was their biggest fan. Glenn’s children and grandchildren will miss his beef stew, his many regular sayings and playing cards with him.

Loving father of Debby (Dave) Stacey, Brian (Sandra) Hamilton, Bruce (Barbara) Hamilton, Nancy (Patrick) Hamilton Powers, and Barry (Sue Bates) Hamilton.

Grandfather to Tyler (Gillian), Matthew (Rebecca), Jennifer, Rachel (Devon) , Ashley (Jon), Zachary (Jackie), Brianna, predeceased by Riley, Brandon (Michelle), Eric (Melissa), Lindsay, Dana, Isabel, and Leah.

Great-grandfather to Gabriella, Nathanial, Nicholas, Gwyneth, Quinn, Emelen, Luke, Portia, Kale, Benjamin, Reid, Brayden, Matthew and Robyn.

Funeral Service will be held at the John R. Bush Funeral Home, Belleville ON on Thursday April 6, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. with visitation starting at 11:00 a.m.

If desired donations to the Quinte Children’s Foundation Playing for Keeps Program or Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family.

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Hamilton GlennHAMILTON, William “Glenn” - To all who knew him, September 3, 1932-April 2, 2017. Glenn Hamilton passed away peacefully with family by his side on April 2, 2017.

Son of the late William and Thelma Hamilton (Sherrard).

Brother to the late Margaret (Stewart) Mainprise), Bruce (Terry) Hamilton, Roy (Pauline) Hamilton, Ruth (Carl) Reid, Shirley (Frank) Dean, Jean (Dave) Demille, Robert (Flossie) Hamilton,

Glenn was from Trenton Ontario and resided in Belleville, Ontario for seven decades. He lived in the same house on Albany Heights; that he took loving care of for just over five decades.

Glenn was very social and enjoyed playing and being involved in sports. He was a member of Oak Hills Golf course for over 45 years and enjoyed playing golf regularly with his sons and participating in golf tournaments.

Glenn loved to bowl and began five pin bowling as a young man in his early twenties. He won a number of tournaments and was most proud of Mr. Bowling in 1966 and the CKWS in March 1964. Glenn participated in bowling recreational throughout his life and near the end enjoyed participated in ten pin bowling leagues until a year ago. During the sixties and seventies Glenn was fully involved in Belleville’s Minor Hockey League as the Manager of his son’s hockey teams; as well as a Convenor for Ontario Minor Hockey Association for most of the seventies.

Glenn’s hobbies were a significant part of his life and he continued to enjoy them after retiring from Northern Telecom in 1989; after serving the company as a Machinist and then Set-Up Coordinator for over thirty-six years.

Glenn’s real joy and love was his family. He enjoyed 54 years of marriage to Margaret Marion Tuck and they raised five children together. Glenn was a father before his time as he was fully involved in the care of his children and was their biggest fan. Glenn’s children and grandchildren will miss his beef stew, his many regular sayings and playing cards with him.

Loving father of Debby (Dave) Stacey, Brian (Sandra) Hamilton, Bruce (Barbara) Hamilton, Nancy (Patrick) Hamilton Powers, and Barry (Sue Bates) Hamilton.

Grandfather to Tyler (Gillian), Matthew (Rebecca), Jennifer, Rachel (Devon) , Ashley (Jon), Zachary (Jackie), Brianna, predeceased by Riley, Brandon (Michelle), Eric (Melissa), Lindsay, Dana, Isabel, and Leah.

Great-grandfather to Gabriella, Nathanial, Nicholas, Gwyneth, Quinn, Emelen, Luke, Portia, Kale, Benjamin, Reid, Brayden, Matthew and Robyn.

Funeral Service will be held at the John R. Bush Funeral Home, Belleville ON on Thursday April 6, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. with visitation starting at 11:00 a.m.

If desired donations to the Quinte Children’s Foundation Playing for Keeps Program or Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family.

HastingsObituaries.com

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