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Peter Warren Webster
September 19, 1937 - March 15, 2022
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<div itemprop="description">Peter Warren Webster passed away peacefully at the age of 84 after many years of Parkinson's <br>Disease, residing at the Glen Stor Dun Lodge, surrounded by his loving wife Andrée (née Leduc) , <br>his children, grand children and family. <br> <br>Loving father to Julie, John (Maureen) and predeceased by his youngest daughter Pamela (Jan-08- <br>1972 to May-06-1975). <br> <br>He is survived by five grand-children : Stéphanie (Anne-Min), Alexandre, Chloé, Kayla (Aaron), <br>Nikki (Christophe) and their mother Anelen. <br> <br>Dear brother-in-law to Lise (Pierre), predeceased sister-in-law Colette. Loving nieces and <br>nephews: Luce (John) , Luc, Sophie and Manon (Ted). Loving great-nieces and great-nephews <br>Rafaelle (Raphael), Florence (Isaac), Jules and Raoul. <br> <br>Peter played football, hockey and cricket in his College years and he has always been a great <br>amateur of sports. He was an enthusiastic reader, he loved History and Poetry. <br> <br>Peter had a career in the Aerospace Industry with Pratt and Whitney and Rolls Royce Canada. <br> <br>Peter loved his family and enjoyed celebrations and family gatherings, as family Apple <br>Picking days, as well as get together with friends. Peter had a good sense of humour. Peter did <br>his best to love and care for people in his life despite his frailties later on in life. Peter survived <br>many of his friends. <br> <br>Special thanks to all the dedicated and loving care givers, Doctor Patel, recreologists and all staff <br>at Glen Stor Dun Lodge in Cornwall, Ontario. <br> <br>Thank you dearest Peter for our good life. <br> <br>Donations to the Parkinson's Society would be appreciated in lieu of flowers.</div>