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HAYWARD, Harold Malcolm  - Passed away peacefully at Markham-Stouffville Hospital on May 30, 2018.

Eldest son of the late Roy and Nellie Hayward.

Dear brother of Allan (Vondah, deceased) and Lorne (Margaret). Dear uncle to Susan, Vaughn (deceased), Glenn, Darlene and Shaun.

Harold worked for many years on different farms, worked at logging camps and worked for Chris Goldstone hauling livestock to the stockyards in Toronto.

He worked at the CYC welding shop in Uxbridge after that and spent his last 18 years working for Uxbridge Township until he retired. Harold loved working with wood and made many beautiful birdhouses and lamps. He enjoyed the last 10 years of his life living at the Butternut Retirement Home.

He truly considered that his home and loved all the people who worked there. We, Harold’s family, will be forever grateful to Butternut for taking such good care of him.

A private family service and burial was held at Mount Albert cemetery with Mr. Bill Fritz officiating.

Our sincere thanks to the Uxbridge Cottage Hospital and Markham Stouffville Hospital for their loving care of Harold.

The Doctors and nurses couldn’t have been better. To Aspen, of Low and Low Funeral Home, thank you for your help and guidance. Our thanks to Mr. Bill Fritz for his kind, comforting words.

If desired, a donation to the Uxbridge Cottage Hospital would be appreciated.