Obituary of Stewart Reginald PARLIAMENT

January 16, 1936 - September 18, 2020 Much Loved husband of Loretta Parliament (Brown/Barker). Devoted & loving Dad of Donna McIntosh(Robert) and William Parliament (Wendy). Incredibly proud Grandpa of Sean Parliament (Christina) & Alexandra Little and her husband Daniel Grieco. Dear brother of Alice, Patsy and Marion and brother-in-law of Gerrie(Eric), Darlene(Frank), Winnifred & Lawrence. Stewart is predeceased by his mother Kathleen, brother Bill, sisters Grace & Shirley, brothers-in-law Eric, Glen(Lauretta), Ray(Mary)and Ted and sister-in-law Patty. Stewart will be missed beyond words by the rest of his extensive loving family and many many friends. Stewart’s born again commitment to the Lord has taken him to walk the beautiful, peaceful streets of gold and to worship at the feet of Jesus. For 34 years Stewart worked for the Orangeville Hospital. Work was not the word for how he felt about his time there. He was a dedicated employee who was cherished by the innumerable other members of the staff. Helping others was his gift to anyone he came to know and this carried on into his position at the hospital. Stewart was a kind soul with a wonderful sense of humour, a heart big enough to love everyone in his life and there were many. Stewart will be greatly missed but our treasured memories of him will carry us through. Donations in Stewart's memory are appreciated and can be made to Headwater's Health Care Centre or a charity of your choice. A Private Family Service will be held at the Broadway Pentecostal Church, followed by the burial at Greenwood Cemetery, Orangeville. The service will be streamed live on Wednesday, September 23, 2020 at 11:30 am - at In Memoriam Funeral Services Inc. has been given the honour to serve the Parliament Family.
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