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Ian Munro Jamieson
December 1, 1929 - June 30, 2019
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<div itemprop="description">Ian passed away peacefully on June 30th, surrounded by his family. Born in St-Hyacinthe on December 1st, 1929, Ian spent his 61 years of married life with Heather Raper Jamieson, living in Pointe Claire. <br> <br>He was educated at Westmount High and Bishops College School. During his early married years Ian was an active member of the Cerebral Palsy Association of Quebec, becoming president in 1967. Ever since he was a child, Ian had a passion for vehicles (water, land, and air). As a founding member of the Vintage Automobile Club of Montreal, his life was filled with many car restoration projects and avid toy collecting. He worked in the insurance industry, and then his love for automobiles lead him to run his own auto-restoration business. Ian also developed a real fondness for wooden boats during family summers on beautiful Lac Commandant. <br> <br>Above all, Ian will be remembered as a loving husband to Heather, and dear dad to Pamela (Arthur), Anne (Frank), and Barbara (Harvey). He was a proud and fun-loving Grandad to Liv, Shane, Jeff, Faye, and Thomas, and Great-Grandad to Grant. He will be greatly missed by his sisters Sheila and Frances, their families, and his many dear friends. What a beautiful life he lived. <br> <br>Visitations will be held at the Rideau Funeral Home (4275 Sources Blvd. DDO, H9B 2A6) on Wednesday July 10th, 2019 from 1pm to 2pm, followed by the service at 2 pm. <br> <br>We thank the wonderful employees of West Island Palliative Care, CLSC and NOVA. You are true heroes to our community. <br> <br>In lieu of flowers, charitable donations can be made to the West Island Palliative Care or West Island NOVA. <br></div>