James Cook

James Hudson "Jim" Cook

Sunday, September 7th, 1930 - Monday, July 1st, 2019
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James H Cook has died in his 88th year. Survived by his wife of 65 year Lois (nee Underhill)
Children Nancy Wright (Jim), David Cook (Laurel), Carolyn Antoniel (Renzo). Grandchildren Jenny, Samantha, Amber, Chris, Craig, Ryan, Daniel, Brianna, 6 great grandchildren, and his brother Bub Cook of Utopia.
His occupation as Beekeeper led to founding of Cook’s Bee Supplies of Aurora where he lived till death in the house his father built. As an avid Harley Davison rider we believe he is enjoying the ride again!
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Posted at 10:20pm
Mr Cook (Dad) was a wonderful person.
I have lots of special memories sharing time with the family at the cottage & I can’t forget fish & chip night at the house were everyone was welcomed with open arms.
In later years our talks would get a little ambitious over who was the better ball team, Blue Jays or Yankees....
I know Jim was watching his beloved Jays as long as he could.
RIP Jim you will be missed but never ever out of our memories.

Deborah Kesheshian

Posted at 09:24pm
It was an honour to care for James at Margaret Bahen Hospice. On behalf of our entire MB Hospice family please accept our deepest condolences.

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