James (Jim) Lundy passed away peacefully on January 30, 2014 surrounded by his family.
James is survived by his wife Carolyn of 41 years, daughter Sharon Fillion, daughter Debbie (Scott) Fynn and grandchildren Shazia (14), Harrison (12), Claire (6) and Malcolm (2) and step-granddaughter Josaline (19). Jim was a loving husband, father and caring friend.
James was born and attended school in Thessalon, Ontario. Before finishing high school he enlisted in the army and served with the Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers in England during World War ll. After the end of the war, James married Minota Tomilison. After 20 years together Minota passed away of cancer. James began his career in purchasing and stores in pulp and paper and mining. He worked in Ontario, New Brunswick, Quebec, Houston, BC and finally Quesnel. He helped open Cariboo Pulp and Quesnel River Pulp where he worked until retirement.
James embraced life with humour and ingenuity. He loved the outdoors, especially fishing and hunting. He enjoyed camping, raising animals on the family farm and building various tree houses, ice rinks, gymnastics equipment and snow forts for his girls. He was a passionate hockey player and fan to the end. Above all he loved spending time with his wife and girls.
You will be dearly
A Special thank you to all the nurses, physio and activity coordinators for the tender care Jim received at Maple House in Dunrovin during the last year.
A memorial service was held Tuesday, Feb. 4th at 4 pm at the Maple Park Alliance Church.