• Wednesday, January 22
    2 - 4
  • Wednesday, January 22
    6 - 8
Thursday, January 23
11:00am at Immanuel CRC
William Schinkel

June 20, 1930 - January 18, 2020


Peacefully by His Loving
Hand, the Lord welcomed our
dear husband, father,
grandfather and great
grandfather. Much loved
husband of Corrie (Deboer/
Vandermeer) and
remembered by her children
Fred and Sharon, Bob and
Joy, Pat and Jon.
Predeceased by his first wife
Corrie (van Buuren), 2001.
Dad was a blessing to all.
Father of Jim and Margot
Schinkel, Bob and Pearl
Schinkel, Brian and Cheryl
Schinkel, Corinne and David
Ethier and Lynn Schinkel. Bill
is also remembered by his
brothers and sisters in
Canada, Holland and Belgium.
Grandpa found great joy in his
15 grandchildren and 19 great
-grandchildren. Predeceased
by grandson Nathan Schinkel,
November 2019. Bill was a
long-time member of
Immanuel Christian Reformed
Church, Hamilton. He
founded Schinkel Real Estate
in 1959 and was a long-time
member of Realtor's
Association of Hamilton-
Burlington and the Appraisal
Institute of Canada. The
family would like to sincerely
thank the staff at Shalom
Manor, Grimsby for their
outstanding care given to Bill
in the last six months.
Visitation will be Wednesday,
January 22nd from 2-4 and 6-
8 at Immanuel Christian
Reformed Church, 61 Mohawk
Road West, Hamilton. Funeral
will be Thursday, January 23,
2020 at 11 a.m. at Immanuel
CRC. Pastor Michael Bootsma
officiating. Reception to
follow. Private Interment. In
recognition of Dad's
generous nature we invite
anyone wishing to make a
donation to consider either
World Renew, Shalom Manor
Grimsby or the charity of your
choice.
"Cast all your troubles on Him, because He cares for you"
1 Peter 5:7
Book of Condolences
Karen Nightingale

Posted on: January 21, 2020

Trusting that the LORD will again surround you all with His loving arms and
hold you during this time of loss.
My condolences. Shalom.
John and Mary Van Es

Posted on: January 20, 2020

Our sincere condolences with the passing of your father (father-in-law), Jim and Margot. We wish you God's strength in the days and weeks to come.