Forget, Leo

FORGET, Leo

1935 - 2021

In loving memory of Leo Forget who passed away peacefully at the Temiskaming Hospital on Sunday November 21, 2021 at the age of 86.

Leo is survived by sons Terry (Rosanne), Randy (Deborah), Danny (Lulu), 8 grandchildren and 12

great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.

He will be greatly missed by siblings Yvonne, Roger, Rolly (Lois), Paul (Denise), Pauline (John).

Leo was predeceased by his wife Nancy, Sister Jeannine Miron, brothers Raymond and Ernie.

Leo was a long time resident of New Liskeard and was known as “The Auctioneer”

At his request, there will be no visitation or funeral service. If desired, donations may be made directly to Community Cancer Care online at https://www.canadahelps.org/en/charities/community-cancer-care/ or by sending a cheque by mail.

The family would like to thank Dr Logan, Dr Sears, and hospital staff for their professional care and personal service.

Perrin Funeral Chapel requires that all patrons must provide proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and identification prior to entering our establishment.

La chapelle funéraire Perrin exige que tous les visiteurs fournissent une preuve de vaccins contre COVID-19 et une pièce d'identité avant d'entrer dans l’établissement.

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21 messages received

The forget family

My thoughts and prayers are with you a great man

Thomas Wheeler, November 23, 2021

Terry, Randy, Danny & families

Karl and I are sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing. He was a local icon.

Nancy Pedersen, November 23, 2021

Randy and Terry and families.

My Deepest Sympathy
He was a Great Man. All the Best

Ron Robertson jr, November 23, 2021

The family

Our deepest Condolences to the family ,he was such a great man may he Rest In Peace

Gaetanne&Andy Leblanc, November 23, 2021

The Forget families

Sending my sincere condolences to all the Forgets. Leo will be missed by so many and remembered by all. Such a kind hearted man with a great smile. ❤️

Linda Duhamel, November 23, 2021

the family of Leo Forget

Mr. Forget was such a great memory of a past life I miss so much. The auctioneer was a regular part of life with my grandfather who has long since passed. He truly was an iconic person in this lands history, my sincere condolences.

Cindy Craig Rosborough , November 23, 2021

Terry , Rand , Danny and families

Sending love and strength to all at this very difficult time. We have so many great memories of Uncle Leo.. He will be missed but remembered for his kindness and his laugh. RIP Uncle Leo.

Nicole Miron , November 23, 2021

Forget Family

Sherwin and I send our sincere condolences to the families of Leo, may your memories help you through this difficult time.

Sherwin & Peggy Knight, November 23, 2021

The Leo Forget family and close friends

My condolences to a great guy who had a great smile, one of a kind auctioneer, a true friend on he golf club and just someone you being around. RIP Leo.

Mike McArthur, November 23, 2021

Terry, Randy, Danny and Families

Sincere condolences on the loss of your Dad. I can remember the times my Dad (Roger) took us to auctions and your Dad was the Auctioneer. So much fun. Please know that your are in our thoughts at this difficult time.

Cindy

Cindy Forget, November 23, 2021

Terry, Randy and Danny and Families

My condolences in the loss of your dad. He was a great man, so pleasant all the time. He is going to be missed.

Eleanor (Flynn) Kidd, November 23, 2021

The family

I remember going to Earlton sales barn with my dad and just sit and listen to Leo auction and joke with every one even In later years me and my family went to his auctions just for a outing and to visit and he always made a point of coming over to say hi at some point in the evening
GOD BLESS R.I.P YOU ARE MISSED

John Stevenson, November 23, 2021

Leo Forget

My heart goes out to Leo’s family.
He will live on forever through his boys. Leo was one of the best and I see it in his sons.
A definite pleasure to known Leo.
Love and hugs to all he family.

Doris Marshall, November 23, 2021

The Forget family and friends.

Leo was the best brother in law . He was kind, caring and a lot of fun. He was the big brother I never had. He will be greatly missed. My condolences to all who knew him.

Jane Vail, November 23, 2021

The Forget families

Leo has left great memories for everyone who knew him. He will be greatly missed.

Patti Flynn, November 24, 2021

The Forget Family

Sorry to hear the passing of our cousin Leo. I remember being amazed to hear his auctionneering at the sale barn . Our sincere condoléances to the family .

Philippe et Gilberte (Vigneault ) Cloutier, November 25, 2021

Randy + Family

The constant love + support we receive from a Father make him one of the most important persons in our lives. A Father is a best friend, a hero + a provider to his children + his family. A Father’s presence is fundamental. You have been blessed to have had the BEST Father ever! Your personal loss is huge + I pray you find peace in knowing your Father is a legend!
My deepest condolences + respect to all.

Mrs Jane McNamara Zoschke, November 25, 2021

The Forget Families

We are sorry to learn of Leo's passing. Leo was a neighbour, family friend and a true caring gentleman. He will be missed by many.
Our condolences to all the Forgets.

Bill and Nicole Carr

Bill Carr, November 25, 2021

Terry Randy Danny and Families

Will always remember the many conversations and laughs your dad and I had at the New Liskeard Golf Club. Will never forget all the time and effort he put into building the outdoor rink in his back yard on Rebecca St. Anything Leo did he always put his heart and soul into it. The community will miss him.

Garry Merkley, November 25, 2021

rolly forget

so sorry rolly about losing leo i liked him very much

Dolores j Lee, November 26, 2021

Terry, Randy,Dan & families

Our deepest sympathies on the passing of Leo. He always had wonderful smile and a cheery hello when you would meet him on the street. Jim always enjoyed his chatting with him when he would be working up by this house as he always took the time to come out and see them. Take care
Jim & Patti

Patti Foley, November 30, 2021

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