Saturday, May 19
7:00pm at Legion 58
George Pitkeathly

November 19, 1934 - April 20, 2018

PITKEATHLY, George William

With broken hearts, we say goodbye to our Dad (Daddy), Papa, Great Grandfather, Uncle, and Friend. He passed away peacefully surrounded by his family in his home on Friday April 20th, 2018 in his 84th year. He is lovingly reunited with the love of his life, his wife, Jeanette (1998). George was a loving father of seven; Steven Pitkeathly, Susan (Ken) Musson, Randy (Stacey) Pitkeathly, Sherryl (Patrick) Chrysler, Tammy (Brian) Whittaker, Amanda (Scott) Purser and Ruthie (Glenn) Gooch. George would love to wrestle and play with his 13 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. He was an avid sports fan (Go Leafs, Go) and history buff. His memory on how Hamilton has changed could always be told as a great story. His favourite hobby was trains and had built with his wife an amazing village with trains running through the mountain. A celebration of life will be held at the Royal Canadian Legion, the Battlefield Branch (12 King Street East, Stoney Creek, on Saturday May 26 at 7:00pm. To celebrate George's love of sports, please wear a jersey of your choice. In lieu of flowers, any donations can be made to St. Joseph's Villa Adult Day Program in Dundas. A special thank you to VON nurses Jessica and Alex for your amazing support. And all the personal care needs met by CBI Home Health. We couldn't have made Dad's wish to be surrounded by his kids in his home without your care and support.
Book of Condolences
Cindy Godin

Posted on: April 24, 2018

Memories of George and his sense of humor will stay with us forever.

Jan and George are together again.
Tom &Wanda Sinkovits

Posted on: April 23, 2018

We remember a wonderful family man with a heart that embraced his entire family.
Tammy Whittaker (Pitkeathly)

Posted on: April 23, 2018

Thank you daddy for all the love and life you have taught me. The memories and stories you have shared. My heart is happy knowing that my children grew up spending time and learning from you and that you were proud of who they have become. Forever loved and remembered your loving daughter Tammy, xo