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Antoine Schluter
September 13, 1926 - August 25, 2021
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<div itemprop="description">After a very fulfilled life, our husband, father, uncle, grandfather and great-grandfather passed away peacefully just weeks before his 95th birthday. He will be fondly remembered and missed by many, including his loving wife of 69 years, Magdalena (Leny); daughters Alice and Marian (Danny); and sons Dolph, John (Corinne) and Robert (Deirdre). <br> <br>Tony was born in Amsterdam on September 13, 1926. He met Leny Nieman and together they married and immigrated to Canada in 1952. Three other Nieman sisters would follow and together they formed the “Nieman Clan” in Canada. He was immensely proud of his extended family and considered himself the patriarch of the clan. “Oom Ton” will be missed by many nieces and nephews. <br> <br>Our Dad loved the outdoors and had an incredible zest for life. He was a family man blessed with grandchildren: Denton (Roslyn), Jacqueline, Maggie (Taylor), Chris, Brad (Farah), Jamie (Cleo), Mathieu, Anne-Marie (Colin), Shannon, Fonda; and great-grandchildren: Madeleine, Anabelle, George, Louis, Raven and Stella Blaise. <br> <br>We would like to extend our thanks to the caregivers at the CHSLD Bayview in Pointe-Claire, especially Claudette and Jennifer. Because of the ongoing pandemic, there will be no visitation and the funeral will be a private affair. Thank you for your understanding. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Alzheimer Society. <br> <br>Our Dad would smile if you would raise a glass and toast him. In Dutch we say Proost! <br> <br>Forever in our hearts <br>Voor altijd in onze harten</div>