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Mr. Edmund Spicehowicez

July 28th, 1945 – Nov 16th, 2018

Ed passed away in Sudbury, Ontario surrounded by loved ones.  He was pre-deceased by his wife Shirley Alice Spicehowicez (nee Stoner) in 2012, and by his parents Nadia and Edmund Spicehowicez.  He is survived by daughters, Carolee Milliner, Jeanne McNaughton, son, Thom Robitaille, brother, Frank Spicehowicez (Denise), sister, Josie McMillan (Dan), grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews.  Ed was born in Germany, and moved to Schumacher Ontario, at the age of 5.  After high school, he worked at the McIntyre Mine, then travelled to southwestern Ontario for employment.  During that time, he met the love of his life, Shirley.  They married in 1967 and moved to Chatham where they lived for more than 45 years. They purchased a home which Ed renovated, and Shirley decorated.  Their home was a source of joy and pride for them.  Ed worked for the Southwest Regional Centre in Cedar Springs during those years.  He loved hockey, dancing, hunting, fishing, and anything he could build.  Throughout the years, their grandchildren and great grandchildren were a tremendous source of joy for them. Ed and Shirley cherished the summers they spent on Manitoulin Island.  Ed is loved and will be greatly missed.  Memories and condolences are welcome to be shared online at:  A service to inter his ashes with Shirley will be held in 2019 in Chatham.

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Interment:  To be held at a later date.  To be announced.



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