Harold Fay Hall passed away peacefully at home on January 3, 2008.
Fay was born in Rednersville, Ont. on December 13, 1934, eldest son of the late Harold and Mabel Hall. His younger years were spent in Foxboro, Ont. where his father and grandfather were cheese makers and Fay could often be found in the factory or heading to the river, fishing pole in hand.
Fay attended Ontario Business College and after graduating in 1951, joined the Dominion Bank (later to become Toronto Dominion) enjoying a career that spanned 37 years, retiring to Quesnel in 1988. During his career he belonged to a number of community and service organizations. At the time of his passing he was a member
of the Advisory Board for the West Fraser Volunteer Fire Dept., an APC member for Area I, and a member of St. Andrew’s United Church.
Fay loved to hunt, fish and rock hound. He spent many pleasurable hours tending to the fowl he raised, especially his geese, and enjoying the wildlife that country living affords.
Fay is survived by his loving wife Shirley (nee Kerr), son Gary, sister Barbara Jeffs (Jack) of Stirling, Ont., brother Sheldon (Lil) of North Vancouver, and numerous nieces and nephews. No service was held at Fay’s request. Interment in Albury Cemetery, Ont.
Anyone wishing to make a donation in Fay’s memory may do so to the charity of their choice. Fay will be greatly missed by his family and many friends.
The family would like to express their thanks to Dr. Evans and Dr. Buys, Laurie and the Home Support Team, the caring staff at G. R. Baker Hospital, Richard and staff at Clayton’s Funeral Home and to the many who called, visited, sent flower, cards and food. Your thoughtfulness is greatly appreciated and will always be remembered.