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Arthur Hyslop

September 21, 1943 - March 14, 2010

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Art passed away peacefully at home in the accompaniment of his loving wife after a brief battle with cancer. Predeceased by his parents; brother John and son Jason.
Survived by his wife of 45 years Shirley, daughter Miriam (Britt), granddaughters Randi and Jenna, two sisters Alice (Brian) and Nancy (Paul) of England.
Art brought much joy to his family and friends, his presence will be sadly missed.
As per his request immediate cremation with no service. Online condolences will be offered at www.hwwallacecbc.com

“Always in our minds
Forever in our hearts”

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From: Karen Morgan
Relation: Niece

I’m Arthurs niece and even though I have only met him once in my life time (and I’m 44) he’s always left a lasting impression. Being in England the distance has been the issue but the stories I have heard from my mother and father when they have visited and the stories of Arthur when he was young keeps the family ties strong.

The pictures my mother has of her brother remain the same from when he was young to the later years – he still looks the same, a little greyer round the edges but he still has that twinkle in his eyes.

He was a truly lovely man and I know he will be greatly missed. At least there is no more pain for Arthur only the pain that Shirley and Miriam are now going through.

Rest in peace x

From: Karen Morgan
Relation: Niece

I’m Arthurs niece and even though I have only met him once in my life time (and I’m 44) he’s always left a lasting impression. Being in England the distance has been the issue but the stories I have heard from my mother and father when they have visited and the stories of Arthur when he was young keeps the family ties strong.

The pictures my mother has of her brother remain the same from when he was young to the later years – he still looks the same, a little greyer round the edges but he still has that twinkle in his eyes.

He was a truly lovely man and I know he will be greatly missed. At least there is no more pain for Arthur only the pain that Shirley and Miriam are now going through.

Rest in peace x

From: Deborah Hughes
Relation: Niece

Arthur was always part of our lives even though he lived in another part of the world. Mom always kept him close to her heart.She spoke of him often and always kept in touch.

When Uncle Arthur came to visit some years ago I can remember being in the car with him ,listening to his lovely accent as he was wondering why we had all these islands on the roads over here in England . In Canada they didnt have Islands. During that same car journey he told me about Shirley ,and to quote said “she was a hell of a woman” and that “he ‘d never meet anyone like her ,and that was why he was still with her”.
Thats for you Shirley if you get to read this.You were deeply loved.

To Miriam and girls we send love and hugs. l do believe Arthur is with Lovely Jason and they are always around You.

Love to you all and God bless.

From: Deborah Hughes
Relation: Niece

Arthur was always part of our lives even though he lived in another part of the world. Mom always kept him close to her heart.She spoke of him often and always kept in touch.

When Uncle Arthur came to visit some years ago I can remember being in the car with him ,listening to his lovely accent as he was wondering why we had all these islands on the roads over here in England . In Canada they didnt have Islands. During that same car journey he told me about Shirley ,and to quote said “she was a hell of a woman” and that “he ‘d never meet anyone like her ,and that was why he was still with her”.
Thats for you Shirley if you get to read this.You were deeply loved.

To Miriam and girls we send love and hugs. l do believe Arthur is with Lovely Jason and they are always around You.

Love to you all and God bless.

From: Mrs Valerie Jenkins
Relation: Cousin

I did not know Arthur very well but had news of him from his sister Nancy. I remember him as a young boy living in England, he was a dark haired, very good looking boy, and I was proud to be his cousin. Shirley I did not know you nor your family but may God be with you and give you peace through this very sad time

From: Mrs Valerie Jenkins
Relation: Cousin

I did not know Arthur very well but had news of him from his sister Nancy. I remember him as a young boy living in England, he was a dark haired, very good looking boy, and I was proud to be his cousin. Shirley I did not know you nor your family but may God be with you and give you peace through this very sad time

From: Rick & Barb Duguay
Relation: family friends

We miss Art very much, and are better off having known him. Fond memories of family visits and trips and they still bring a smile when we recall some of our get togethers.

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