McNaughton– Peacefully at the Bluewater Health Palliative Care Unit-Sarnia, on Saturday November 7, 2015. Thomas “Tom” McNaughton, age 82 years of Corunna. Beloved husband of 39 years to Vicki McNaughton. Dear father of Rob McNaughton of London and Sherry White and her husband Keith of Brigden. Loving grandfather of Crystal, Candace, Tiffany, Carleigh, Daryl, Robbie, Mitchell, Alexx and Lauren and great-grandfather of Violet, Indiana, Kenzie, Sophia and Paisley. Tom is also survived by his sister, Lexie Scott and her husband Lorne of Petrolia and will be fondly remembered by many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by; his grandson, Keith White Jr. (2015) and by his parents, Allan and Glena McNaughton. Tom was a 30 year member of Royal Canadian Legion Br. #447-Corunna. Cremation has taken place and a memorial service will be held at All Saints’ Anglican Parish, 393 Lyndoch St. Corunna on Wednesday November 11, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. with Rev. Canon Stephen Harnadek officiating. In lieu of flowers sympathy may be expressed through memorial donations to the Royal Canadian Legion Poppy Fund or to the charity of one’s choice. Arrangements are entrusted to the Knight Funeral Home, 588 St. Clair Parkway, Corunna. Messages and condolences may be left online at www.knightfuneralhome.ca Knight 519-862-2845.
There will be no formal visitation.
Royal Canadian Legion Poppy Fund Charity of One's Choice
1:00 p.m. Wednesday November 11, 2015 from All Saints' Anglican Parish, Corunna
2 thoughts on “Tom McNaughton”
Not sure if you remember me – I worked for Don Smith in the Accounting department for the Parkway from 1981-1987 and again from 1990-2001. I was Jane Hext when I first met you and Tom.
I no longer live in the Sarnia area, but I read the Observer, local news, and obituaries online. I was so sad to read of Tom’s death.
I have many good memories of Tom. Especially how he enjoyed joking with me until the point my face would be beet red. Also, how he loved to torment me by saying at the end of the golf season that the dog they kept in the clubhouse as a sort of guard dog was done work now that the season was over, so he would just have him put down. I knew he was an old softie, but he knew that really got a rise out of me, so he tormented me with these statements every fall. Lots of good laughs with him is what I remember.
You and your family will miss him dearly. I hope your memories will bring you some comfort and strength to get through the difficult time ahead.
Thinking of you,
Vicki & Rob, this news is anything but “faaantastic”!
I remember fondly my time working for “the man” at the golf course.
It has been a highlight of my days to run into Tom every now and again.
He was a kind man who’s familial love was always an inspiration!
I can picture that head thrown back, full belly roar laugh now!
May your memories give you peace.
You are all in my thoughts!