HARDY, Jim - Sadly we announce the peaceful passing of Jim Hardy at St. Gabrielís Villa in Chelmsford on Thursday, August 2nd, 2018 at the age of 87 years. Jim was born in Sturgeon Falls in 1931, living his early years in Cache Bay. He worked as a warehouse foreman and in purchasing for INCO. Dear husband of Mary (Lynch) Hardy (predeceased) and Carol (Snelgrove) Hardy of Lively. Loving father of Lee Ann (Garry) Hobson, Beth (Steven) Depatie and Catherine (David) Young and step-father to Laura Betty and Warren Betty. Cherished grandfather of Erin, Jamie, Andrew, Craig, Jeremy, Dylan, Will, Meili and Wyatt and great-grandfather to Blake, Paige and Madelyn. Step-son of Aline Hardy and brother to Larry, Pierre and Mario Hardy. Jim loved Lake Nipissing and his camp on Sandy Island. He spent as much time as possible there. It was his happy place where he had many great times and made lifelong friends. These cherished memories stayed with him even when he could no longer make the journey. Rest in peace dearest soul. A celebration of Jimís life will be held at the Sixth Avenue Golf Course in Lively on Sunday, August 19th, 2018 from 2 Ė 4:30 p.m. Tributes (by cheque) can be made to the Parkinson Support Group of Sudbury. Cremation arrangements in care of SIMPLE WISHES OF THE NORTH (705) 470-7070.
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Posted by Colin Tremblay (Co-worker) On Sunday, August 19, 2018
Sincere condolences, I was very sorry to hear of Jim's passing. My sympathies to you and your family.
Posted by Tom Hywarren (co-worker & friend) On Sunday, August 12, 2018
deepest condolences to Jims extended family.I worked with Jim at Stobie in early to mid 80,s, and we worked well together...highlight of each week was the weekly safety meeting at Frood, along with Dutchy & Colin T, were we enjoyed a Barley sandwich from owner Paula T. On occasion we would invite Jim E and Bob D.I am unable to attend the celebration of life, as I have commitments in Elliot Lake & Blind River, however , when I get home I will be having a barely sandwich in your honour. RIP Jim
Posted by Tom Hywarren (co-worker & firend) On Sunday, August 12, 2018
my deepest condolences to Jims extended family. I worked with Jim @ Stobie in early and mid 80,s.We worked together as a team and always looked forward to our Friday safety meetings at the Frood along with Colin & Dutchy .At times we would send out invites to JIM E, Bob D to attend and enjoy a delicious barley sandwich ...sorry I can not attend the celebration on the 19th as I have commitments in Blind river, however when I get home I will hoist a barley sandwich in your memory....RIP Jim
Dear Carol and family
Posted by Rita Dickie (friend (quilting)) On Saturday, August 11, 2018
Sincere condolences Carol. Sorry to hear of Jims passing may he RIP.

Rita Dickie,

Ottawa, ON

Posted by Lila Holtby (Friend) On Saturday, August 11, 2018
Remember all the good times and have happy memories.all the very best.
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