Bruce Edward Stewart

Bruce Edward Stewart

Tuesday, June 18th, 1935 - Friday, January 15th, 2021
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Bruce Edward Stewart
June 18, 1935 – January 15, 2021

Passed away peacefully at his home from complications due to his prolonged battle with dementia.

Lovingly remembered by his spouse, Gayle Ferguson, daughter Mardi Teeple (Larry), and grandsons, Matthew Teeple (Beverly) and Andrew Teeple (Katherine). Pre-deceased by his wife Dorothey in 1986. Devoted brother to Joan and Maggie. Pre-deceased by his brothers Charlie and Alan.

Bruce was a long-time resident of Thornhill, Ontario, where he was the owner of York Printing House for over 30 years. Proud member of the Masonic Lodge of Fellowship for over forty years. He acted as caretaker of the Thornhill Cemetery for many years. He loved golfing and curling and was a member of the Thornhill Golf and Country Club. Another passion was his love for antique cars and his enjoyment of spending time with his car buddies.

The family would like to offer our heartfelt thanks and appreciation to Dr. Colleen Cheung and the wonderful team of LHIN home care specialists along with the palliative home care team. Sadly, due to recent restrictions, funeral arrangements will be limited to immediate family only. Online condolences will be received through Marshal Funeral Home in Richmond Hill at
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Linda Antonacci

Posted at 04:59pm
For Mardi & Larry, Gayle, and family, may the wonderful memories of Bruce Edward Stewart live on forever. Ali and I send our heartfelt condolences. xo

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Posted at 11:59am
Like his oak tree, Bruce grew old and provided shade for many of his family and his furry friends.
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Posted at 05:07pm
Bruce was a great Brother of the Craft, a true gentleman, honest, thoughtful and considerate, he will be very much missed. Will always remember his insight and acumen. One day I was with Bruce at his Industrial Building meeting with a tenant who had tons of misc. crap and assorted items sitting in storage, Bruce’s comment to him was: “You should live so long to use all this stuff”. I wish Bruce was here today, to use all of his.
Be at peace my Worthy Brother, your working tools are now at rest.

Linda Antonacci

Posted at 06:42pm
Sending heartfelt love and condolences to Mardi, Larry, Gayle, and family.
I met Mr. Stewart many years ago when we moved around the corner. I was about 12 going into Grade 7, and Mardi and I became instant friends. From that point on I was in and out of 69 Elgin on a daily basis until Mardi and Larry got married. He was always kind, and had a great sense of humour and a twinkle in his eye. May he Rest in Peace.

Ron & Marian Charles

Posted at 11:34am
Mardi, Joan and Maggie,
We are sorry to hear of Bruce's passing. Though we have not been in close contact over the years, it is heartening to see Bruce has had a full life with family and many friends.
Ron and Marian Charles

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