In memory of

George Harold Imray

November 27, 1923 -  February 19, 2019

Peacefully at home in his 95th year George Harold (Harry) Imray, born November 27th, 1923 passed away Tuesday February 19th, 2019. Survived by his sons Tom, Brian (Pam), partner Vera Dickson and grandsons Mitchell and Matthew. Predeceased by wife Mary and sons George and Robert. Harry was a pilot in the RCAF during WWII and spent his working career as an engineer with Bell Canada. He approached every hurdle in life with grace, dignity and class and always a sense of humour. He will be greatly missed by family and friends.


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kathie james (niece)

Entered February 21, 2019 from Caledon

Sue and I will miss having lunch with our favorite uncle.

Wendy kodama 

Entered February 21, 2019 from Calgary

Tim and I are sorry to hear of your dad's passing. We will keep all of you in our thoughts and prayers. My he rest in peace. Love to you all.

Kelly Gerstenberger (Friend of Pam Imray)

Entered February 22, 2019 from Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, USA

My sincere condolences on the passing of your father-in-law Pam. Prayers have been lifted up for your entire family for support and healing.

Susan (Grateful citizen)

Entered February 23, 2019 from Toronto

As a child of Holocaust survivors I would like to express my gratitude for Mr Imray’s service in WW11 . Without brave men like him , my parents would be ashes in the graves of the Nazi extermination camps and would not have been able to have lived to see a new life in this beautiful country , Rest In Peace . You will not be forgotten. Susan S

Don Perry (long time pal.)

Entered February 26, 2019 from P O box 1363, Brighton, ON. (613) 532 2306

I have been a cohort of harry's for many years but not recently , because having moved from the G T A eastward to Brighton ON, ..... We worked together in Toronto , He as an outside plant engineer, and I as an outside plant Fmn. , this before we both ended up in Saudi Arabia at the same time ( 1982 - 86 )... I loved the guy. and it was thru Dave Grieve that I received the news of Harry's Passing. God bless him and welcome him into his heavenly realm.. I shall always think of him whenever thinking of my favourite people Whom good fortune brought into my life's journey... Farewell for now, Harry, I hope to see you on the other side, old friend.. ( I was planning on coming to the funeral, but if it is going to be as predicted on Wednesday, I will not be venturing out on the Toronto trip via the Hwy 401.. ) P . S But will be there in spirit)


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