Don Eadie

Obituary of Don Eadie

At Braemar Nursing Home on Saturday, February 22nd, 2020, Don Eadie of Wingham passed away surrounded by the love of his family at the age of 78.

Loving husband of Marian (née Hoover) Eadie of Wingham. Cherished father of Kevin & Sarah Eadie of Waterloo, Steve Eadie of Mary Hill and Jennifer & Luke Roberts of the U.K. Devoted papa of McKenna, Keirnan, Aiden and Louisa. Brother and brother-in-law of Neil & Margaret Eadie, Charles Eadie, Marjorie & Brian Deyell, Mary Eadie, Linda Hoover, Murray Hoover and Sylvia & Ross Gibson. Don will be missed by his many nieces, nephews, friends and extended family members. Predeceased by his parents David & Helen (née Mulvey) Eadie, brother John “Mac” Eadie, nephew John Deyell, sister-in-law Rhoda Eadie and brother-in-law John Hoover.

Don wore many hats. He was a farmer for the majority of his life, farming in Turnberry Township where both he and Marian raised three beautiful children. He was involved with Turnberry Township council serving as a councillor and also reeve. Don was a part of the Howick Insurance Board for 27 years and a dearly loved member of the Belmore Choir as well. In 1997, Don went back to school and started his health business. He helped many people in the area through reflexology, deep tissue massage and electronic homeopathy.

A private family service will be held on Saturday, October 3rd, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. with Reverend Larry Skinner officiating. Although the service is private, the family invites you to join them from the comfort of your own home by streaming the service. A link to the service can be found here:

The family gratefully declines flowers; however, if you wish to make a donation in memory of Don, donations to the St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church or the Alzheimer’s Society of Huron County would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy.

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