Ivan James Henry

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HENRY;  Ivan J. (35 year employee of General Motors, Oshawa) ~ Peacefully at the Lakeridge Health Centre, Oshawa on Monday, July 26, 2021 at the age of 89.  Ivan was the beloved husband of Beth M. Henry (nee Gilmour) for 69 years.  Loving father of Dianne Bourque, Debra Armstrong (John) and David Henry.  Cherished grandfather of Jenny Armstrong (Sean), Shannon Bourque (Brian Trotman), Alicia Brenton (Devon), Ryan Bourque (Jenn) and Brianna Henry and great grandfather of Rylee, Hunter, Wyatt, Jackson, Kaylyn, Keanna, Emmett, Bentley, Jonathan and Maggie.  Dear brother of Rae Henry (Joan) and the late Charlie, Harvey, Carl, Norman and Adeleine.  Brother in law of Reginald Gilmour (the late Marlene) and the late Allan Gilmour (survived by Joan).




Service Information

At Ivan’s request there will be no visitation or service. In memory of Ivan, donations to a charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements entrusted to the Fallis & Shields Funeral Home, Millbrook. Online donations and or condolences may be made at fallis-shields.com.

Condolences

My sincerest condolences to Ivan’s family. I remember with fondness the many fun times together at Stoney Lake and friendships made.

Merla McGill


Dear Beth and family So sorry to hear of Ivan's passing. Will miss our visits at the jamborees. Thinking of you and sending our sincere sympathy Earl and Kathy Patton

Kathryn Patton


Beth, Joe & I are so very sorry to hear about Ivan passing away. We will miss our wonderful visits at all the jamborees. Please accept our deepest condolences. You were both so special to us.

Joe & Sharon Martorino


Dear Beth and family please accept our condolences on the passing of Ivan we had some nice visits at the jamborees with you both He sure liked to dance and enjoyed him self RIP Ivan

Marvin and Mary Harrison


Sorry to hear about Ivan passing , we had great chats at the jamborees . He is going to be missed

Kelly and Vickie Stephenson


I had the pleasure of working with Ivan for a number of years out in the GM Oshawa Car Plant Body Plant. I also had the pleasure of talking to him at some of our retiree meetings. My condolences to his family. We have lost a true gentleman.

Patrick Drumm