Obituary of BUSHELL, Gerald
After enjoying breakfast early Sunday morning, Gerald “Gerry” Alexander Bushell passed away quietly and without warning while watching the sun rise over the garden. Gerry was a talented draftsman who took pleasure in designing many of the homes built in the Cavan/Millbrook area over the last 30 years. Husband to Rosemary, father to Alex and the late Jennifer, sister to Diane Berlet (Ron), Sally Burkett (Kevin) and brother to Steve (Pam). Gerry was very passionate about saving Needler's Mill, the last structure of its kind in Millbrook. Currently under threat of demolition, the family is asking that in lieu of flowers, a donation be made to help save the mill. Information can be found at www.savethedammill.com
Visitation will be held on Friday, October 16th at 12p.m. in St. Thomas More Church (28 King St. W, Millbrook, ON) with a funeral at 1p.m., followed by interment in St. John’s Ida Cemetery. Lunch and refreshments will be served at the Legion (just down the street) shortly after.
Rob Ross & Glen Spurrell
Rosemary & Family, So sorry to hear of your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Cherish the memories. Take Care.
Rick and Lisa Lefley
The Dracup Family
Rosemary, We are thinking of you at this very sad time, and trusting for strength for tomorrow for you and your family.
Bob and Eva McFaul
Rosemary and Alex, Sending warm thoughts to you both with the loss of your husband and father. So sorry for your loss. Robin Millette and family
Robin Cameron Millette
So sorry for the loss of your husband Rose.Wish we'd know earlier.Just came across it now(mon) looking for a friends obit.Keep well our thoughts are with you.
Dan and Patti Fulling
How wonderful to read all of these betuaiful stories about beloved grandparents. I am a grandmother. A very joyful grandmother. So thankful to be blessed with these precious grandchildren. You have all spoken of your love for your grandparents and how they are still with you. And that I know will be the experience of my own grandchildren for I have given them my whole heart and it is an eternal gift that keeps giving from one generation to another. I would like to say to all those who wrote of their beloved grandparents and what they meant to your life know that not only did they bless and enrich your life, but you also gave them eternal treasure in your undying love. You see, there is really no such thing as death and they, as well as you, can continiue to enjoy each others love and presence forever. And when you share your love stories with your own children, the gift continues