Ferguson- Peacefully at Marshall Gowland Manor, Sarnia Thursday July 20, 2017. Hugh Ferguson, age 90yrs. formerly of Corunna. Beloved husband of the late Margaret Ferguson (2009). Loving father of Rob Ferguson and his wife Kathy of Mooretown and Doug Ferguson of Sarnia. Dear grandfather of Nic and Lacy. Also survived by; his brother-in-laws, Jim Pearson and Doug (Leona) Pearson and by his sister-in-law, Nan Ferguson. Numerous nieces and nephews also survive. He was predeceased by; his sisters, Lil McDonald, Isabel Laur, Edna Ferguson and Katie Johnston and by his brother, Bill Ferguson. In keeping with Hughâ€™s wishes cremation has taken place and private family services will be held. In lieu of flowers sympathy may be expressed through memorial donations to the Parkinson Society of Canada or to the Alzheimer Society of Sarnia-Lambton. Arrangements entrusted to Knight Funeral Home, 588 St. Clair Parkway, Corunna. Messages and condolences may be left online @ www.knightfuneralhome.ca Knight 519-862-2845.
There will be no formal funeral service.
Parkinson Society of Canada Alzheimer Society of Sarnia-Lambton
Private family services will be held at a later date.
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Dear Rob, Kathy, Nic and Lacy – so very sorry to learn of the death of your father, father-in-law and grandfather, Hugh.
Please accept our deepest and most heartfelt sympathy.
Sincerely, Darlene and Doug Riddoch.
Rob, Kathy and family,
So sorry for your loss. Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers, Hugs, Terry & Edna
We knew Hugh since 1955 when he
and Margaret were going together. Margaret worked with
my mother Mary at the Glass Factory in Wallaceburg. We introduced Hugh and Margaret to Frank and Dorothy Vailliencourt in Walled Lake MI they were my cousins. We always enjoyed Hugh he was always upbeat, happy, humorous full of life and jokes. We remember going to the Lacrosse games in Wallaceburg just to see Hugh play he was pretty good. Hugh was in the same nursing home as our son Devin one day I was out in the parking lot putting something in the trunk of our car I felt a tap on my shoulder and a little voice say “Mr. can you give me a ride”? I turned around here was Hugh, somehow he got out of his area and wanted to go somewhere. In closing Penny and I are saddened for your loss our memory of Hugh is a great one.