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Fred Inglis
September 29, 1920 - March 7, 2013
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<div itemprop="description"> <p> It is with profound sadness that our family announces the passing of Frederick W. Inglis, a resident of Cedarwood Village, Simcoe, Ontario (formerly of Ancaster) on March 7th, 2013 in his 93rd year.&nbsp; Predeceased by his wife, Marion Elizabeth Inglis; they were married for over 65 years.&nbsp; Loving father to Paul (Catherine) of Mississauga, Rob (Wendy) of Simcoe, Mark (Lorraine) of Kleinburg, Elizabeth (Diane Brundage) of Bancroft.&nbsp; Cherished grandfather to Kevin (Lynn), Shannon Gilleland, (Jeff), Darryl (Tara), Kimberly (Shane), Danielle and Jeff.&nbsp; He will also be remembered by five great grandchildren, three nieces and one nephew.&nbsp; Predeceased by his brother, George.&nbsp; After setting roots in Ancaster, Fred got involved with coaching Little League Baseball for many years.&nbsp; Appleford Paper Products offered a steady climb up the corporate ladder from mail boy to President.&nbsp; Retirement opened the door to becoming an entrepreneur and then in sales work until he reached 80 years of age. He often remarked that he quit work too soon.&nbsp; Active memberships were with the Men&rsquo;s Fellowship at St. John&rsquo;s Church and the Probus Club in Ancaster. Fred&rsquo;s legacy is that he touched many lives with his sense of humour, kindness and lively conversation. He loved to be with family, close friends and acquaintances. He was often referred to as &ldquo;Friendly Fred.&quot; We would like to express our sincere gratitude for the exceptional care from St. Joseph&rsquo;s Hospital, Hamilton with special thanks to Dr. Achong and the Palliative Care Team. A service of remembrance and fellowship will be April 13th at 11:30 am at St. John's Anglican Church, Ancaster.&nbsp; In lieu of flowers, a donation to St. Joseph&rsquo;s Hospital, Hamilton or St. John&rsquo;s Church, Ancaster would be greatly appreciated. </p> </div>