In Memory of

Peter Morin



Saturday, July 6th, 2019 at 12 noon.

Morin: Joseph “Peter” Paul (D.D.S.)

Peacefully, after a lengthy illness, at Southlake Regional Health Care Centre, Newmarket, on Sunday June 23rd, 2019. Peter Morin, in his 85th year, beloved husband of Lois. Loving father of the late Wayne, Kelly Morin, Kari Moyer and Michele (Richard) Marshall. Sadly missed by his grandchildren Lawrence, Brandon, Krystal, Austin, Mackenzie, Kandace, Zachary, Brody and predeceased by Patricia. Cherished great-grandfather of Desmond, Tristan, and Callie. Dear brother of Monique, Armond (Marlene), Angie, Lorraine (Allan), the late Alice (Bernie) and brother-in-law of Joan (late Dave) Hinds. Fondly remembered by his many nieces and nephews. The family would like to express their heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the team at Southlake Regional Health Centre.

A Memorial Mass of Christian Burial will be held in St. Patrick’s Church, Church Street, Schomberg on Saturday, July 6th, 2019 at 12 noon. Donations to the charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements entrusted to Rod Abrams Funeral Home, Tottenham, 905-936-3477.

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Memorial Tribute

“Peter Morin”
  1. Lorraine Grelowski wrote:

    Peter, in my heart, was my hero. I’m his youngest Sister and always idolized the person …..kind, loving, Spiritual and had an infectious laugh. I will miss him forever. He joins his Son Wayne , my Son Aaron and our Sister Alice.
    God bless him

  2. Jamie Banks wrote:

    Uncle Peter was gentle and kind and loved a good laugh. I always thought he looked like a movie star and had the spirit of a wise man. He will be missed by me and everyone who knew him. Love Jamie

  3. Armand Aden wrote:

    Peter was my favorite, (only),brother. He was a dedicated husband, and father, who always cherished his extended family.Our annual visits kept us connected, and the photo/movie memories are constant memories of what a great guy he was!

  4. Ester Leckie wrote:

    I was saddened to hear of Peter’s death. I knew him over several years when he was consultant for Health Canada. Myself and all the staff looked forward to his weekly visits. It was the highlight of the week. He was always in a lovely humour. He was loved by all. I wish the family peace. May his memory be a blessing. Most Sincerely Ester Leckie

  5. Lawrence Morin wrote:

    Last night we lost the patriarch to our clan. The 1 person on this planet I could look up to and say, he’s the smartest, strongest, funniest, nicest, most faithful, loyal and most handsome person I know.

    So this is how life works out. You are born, you grow up and then you become one with the universe but we all must make choices as we grow and spend time in this realm. How will one spend time on this plain? will we work to much? Will we do bad things? Will we give into temptation? Will we waste the time that is given to us? or can we step back and think, there just isnt enough of the precious commodity we call time on this planet to mess around and I think that my Grandpa Pete figured this out a long time ago and found the balance in his career, hobbies and family.

    There comes a time in our lives where we all must say goodbye to someone we love and it never comes easy but I can tell you that grandpa lived a fulfilled life of family, achievements, religion, and hobbies that made his life truly wonderful.

    Grandpa, you’re an awesome man and I have always looked up to you and hope to be even just half the man you were. I will miss you so much, I will miss your charm, your handshakes, your advice and more importantly your unconditional love.

    I know that you’re now looking over all of us and we will be right here keeping your memory alive!

    I love you forever, love you for always my grandpa you’ll be


    I’am so sorry to hear of Peter’s death he was a wonderful man and always had a great smile and yes quiet the hand shake he had.My condolences go out to the family

  7. Jan Stechyson wrote:

    Kel, Kari and Michele:
    I am so sorry for the loss of your Dad. He was a kind and gentle soul and I will always be grateful for his hospitality and thankful that I was fortunate enough to have shared some lively conversations with him while sitting on the front porch of your parents house. Our thoughts are with you all during this difficult time. With love, Jan, Jim, Mike and Matt XO

  8. Julie & Peter Milne wrote:

    A true gentleman, so kind, caring and thoughtful. It was always a pleasure to talk with Dr. Morin. We are very sorry for your loss and are thinking of your family at this difficult time.

    With love,
    Julie & Peter

  9. Helen Buday wrote:

    So sorry for your loss.Dr Morin was a lovely man to work with. He was very kind and gentle and always had a smile on his face. He always had words of encouragement, and was a pleasure to talk to. He will be greatly missed by all.

  10. The Bones Family wrote:

    We were saddened to hear of Peter’s passing. We have many fond memories of your time on Beaver Ridge. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  11. Ken,Barb Gater and family. wrote:

    Our Condolences to the family. Dr. Morin was a true gentleman,a kind and caring man and he always had a smile for you.

  12. Dr. Ian and Janina Milne wrote:

    Janina and I wished to extend our condolences to Peter’s family and friends. We had a long professional association with Peter and a warm friendly relationship. He was truly one of nature’s gentleman and will be sadly missed by us.

  13. karen pehlke wrote:

    Thinking of all of you today,Bill and i were so glad to see him and youre mom two years ago,a sweet uncle with a beautiful smile,he will be truly missed xoxo

  14. Kari wrote:

    Dad, you were the one constant in my life. Always there for me and my children, for this, I’ll always be thankful. Your guidance through difficult times, your smile that lifted my spirits and my day…thank you my dearest dad…I’ll miss you so very much until we meet again.
    Your loving daughter, Kari

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