Garry Hooghkirk Obituary, Death – At the Credit Valley Hospital in Mississauga, Garry Hooghkirk, a beloved husband, father, brother, brother-in-law, uncle, and grandfather, unexpectedly died away. Garry is survived by the woman who was the love of his life, his wife Gisele (nee Lafrenière), their daughters Suzy Faria (Ross Taylor) and Madeleine Milsom (Michael), and their grandchildren Jesse Faria, Codey Faria, Hooghkirk Milsom, Brooke Milsom, and Matthew Milsom. In addition, Garry is survived by his best friend, brother Leonard Hooghkirk (Sandy), and
Garry is endowed with a plethora of angelic qualities, including his charming baby blue eyes, his grin, his sense of humor, and his infectious laugh; all of these aspects of Garry’s personality will be dearly missed. Garry was always there to lend a hand with any project or provide advice that was wanted, regardless of the particulars of the request that was being made to him at any given time. Everyone in the community respected him since he was the most knowledgeable and well-liked of the village’s elders. He was the kind of person who others looked up to.
He was someone who, over the course of his life, had a significant impact on a large number of people and was genuinely liked, but despite the fact that he was liked, he was never aware of the significance of his presence in the lives of others. He was someone who made an influence on a significant number of people and was genuinely liked. He was the kind of person whose life impacted the lives of a considerable number of other people in a meaningful way.
We ask him to watch over us and bless us with his presence for all of eternity, and we thank him in advance for doing so. At the same time, we implore him to watch over us and bless us with his presence. We have been given a tremendous gift by having the confidence that he will always be a part of our lives. Having this assurance has been a wonderful benefit for us.