Leo Basil Walsh

January 4, 1933 to August 30, 2022



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Our family is deeply saddened to announce the passing of our beloved father.  On Tuesday morning, August 30th, in the presence of his loving family, Leo Basil, aged 89 years, passed away at the Health Sciences Centre after a rich and fulfilling life.

Predeceased by Margaret, his loving wife of 64 years; his parents, Leo and Josephine (nee Hart); brothers John, Alex and Richard; sisters Louise, Carmel and Thelma; mother-in-law Margaret (nee Chafe), father-in-law Jack Wickham; and many special sisters and brothers-in-law.

Left to cherish his memory and celebrate his life are his children: Beverly Tucker (Kyle), Brenda Bursey (Bob), Margaret, Basil Brian, Barbara Chalker (Chris), Bernice Batten (Tony) and Robyn Knott  (Tom); sixteen grandchildren Krista, Adele, Victoria, Scott, Christopher, Stephanie, Maggie, Ben, Nikki, Elizabeth, Ryan, James, Alexandria, Sam, Jacob and Angela; and six great grandchildren Edward, Emily, Hayden, Max, Madilyn and Sophie Grace; his brothers Desmond and Victor; brothers and sisters-in-law Leonard, Carol Ann, Eileen, Frances (David), Lorraine (Gordon), Louise (Spencer), and Kevin; family friend, Albert Pope; special friend Mary Bruneau; and also many beloved nieces, nephews and friends.

Basil was a dedicated and loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather who was visited frequently by his family and whose door was always open. He had a kind heart and helped countless people who were in need throughout his life.

Where his children were concerned, he would go to the end of the earth to help, teach and provide them the opportunity to learn the things he felt were important and practical in life and supported them. He was very proud of his family, taking them almost everywhere he went, from Sunday drives for ice cream and tree chopping excursions at Christmas to many summer vacations on and off the island, and even on his errand runs to the shoemaker or the garage – he was always happy to take them along.

He had a firm belief in higher education and felt one was never too old to learn.  He was a consummate advocate for good old fashioned hard work. He showed this by example throughout his life, finishing high school early and entering Memorial at age 15 to pursue a Science Degree. He changed course to obtain a pharmacy diploma but returned to Memorial in 1961 to finish that degree, graduating in 1966.

Upon graduating, he worked with Memorial briefly until he accepted a position to teach Physics at the College of Trades and Technology, where he stayed until his retirement.

In 1977, Basil opened a successful family business, Excel Pharmacy in Churchill Square, along with his wife, Margaret and upon selling the business in 1990, continued to work in local and rural pharmacies until age 80, earning an Honourary Life Membership Award in 2012.

He was a tireless advocate for his many passions.  He loved baseball, having played in his early years with the Wildcats and keeping a keen interest throughout his life, rarely missing a Blue Jays game.  He was a photography and home film enthusiast. He was very passionate about the conservation and heritage of old St. John’s, where he grew up as a child.

Believing strongly in keeping fit, he was an avid runner, participating and supporting local events as well as marathons outside the province. His running days came to an end after suffering a stroke in his 70s, at which time he took up swimming, taking life saving courses, and became well known at the Mews Centre where he swam every morning until he was 86.

He loved Irish and traditional Newfoundland music and step dancing, taught ballroom dancing into his 80s and was a self taught guitarist before his arthritic days.

Always loving the outdoors, Basil spent time fishing and enjoying working at his cabin on Juniper Lake. He immensely enjoyed gardening and, as a result of his science background, was methodical in his cataloguing and recording of the progress of his plants.

He had a passion for antique cars, especially his many Volvos. He loved to work on them, completing regular maintenance himself. He particularly loved driving his Volvo P1800.

He had a keen interest in birds, feeding peanuts to the blue jays and crows and making his own homemade recipes for his feathered friends while following bird enthusiast Bruce MacTavish.

We will miss him more than words can say and will hold his memory very dear to our heart. We hope he is flying high like an eagle with his lifelong soulmate, our beloved mother, whom he missed so much.

We would like to thank the nursing staff of 5 South B for their kindness and care during Dad’s stay. In addition, thank you to the many physicians who took care of Dad during his illness, in particular Drs. Butler, O’Brien and Morkar. A special thank you to his family physician, Dr. Matthew Verge. We would also like to express our thanks to Dad’s very kind neighbours, the Morgan and Young families.

The family will receive visitors at Carnell’s Funeral Home, 329 Freshwater Road, on Tuesday, September 6 from 7 pm to 9 pm; Wednesday, September 7 from 11 am to 2 pm and from 7 pm to 9 pm. Funeral service will be held at the Carnell Memorial Chapel on Thursday, September 8 at 1 pm.  Due to the ongoing Covid19 virus, the family requests that masks be worn at visitation and service. Inurnment will follow at Belvedere Cemetery, Newtown Road.

The funeral service will be live streamed for those who cannot attend.

Flowers gratefully accepted or donations in Basil’s memory can be made to The Gathering Place.




7-9 p.m. on September 6, 2022

11:00 am -2 p.m. on September 7, 2022

7-9 p.m. on September 7, 2022

Carnell’s Funeral Home
329 Freshwater Road
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1:00pm, Thursday September 8th

The Carnell Memorial Chapel
329 Freshwater Road
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Interment in Belvedere Cemetery


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My brother, Bruce Hamlyn, and I wish to extend our heartfelt condolences to Brenda and her entire family. Mr. Walsh was the consummate gentleman and professional. We remember ever so fondly how he helmed Excel Pharmacy and realize that he will be sorely missed by all who knew him.

Brenda,,what can I say..I remember having some great conversations with your dad during my rep days. Always came away having learned something new.
My sincerest wishes to you and your family in dealing with your loss of such a great man…
Take good care
Cyril lee


The loss of your loving dad is huge. My prayers, love and sympathy are with you as you mourn the loss of such a wonderful and caring dad . In the lonely days ahead the good memories will bring you joy..

United in prayer with all your family and with Stephanie also..


Betty Rae

Condolences to all the extended family.
I knew Basil from road running and he was just an amzing gentleman.RIP
Michael Boyle

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time. Rest in Peace Mr Walsh.

Sincerest condolences to the Walsh and extended families, RIP Basil.

It seems like yesterday you lived on mayor Ave
You and Margie took us in like our own
You are with Margie now together again
I loved you so much couldn’t wait fro you to come home for your lunch that sometimes Robyn and I would make
I can picture you in your overalls fixing I guess any Volvo you had and their were a lot
I’m sorry I can’t be there today but please now you are with me and always have been since our mom died who you loved so much
I will miss you and miss everyone today but I will stream it
All my love forever Cheri, Christopher and Abby they heard do much about you

Say hi to Margie and a hug and could you say hi to my mom and dad
Forever your niece

Brenda and family,
I was saddened to hear of your dear father’s passing. He certainly had a full life. I thoroughly enjoyed working side by side with him at Excel Pharmacy. I didn’t feel like an employee, I felt like part of the family. I remember being included in family functions. But one of the sweetest most meaningful memories I have, was when you and your father sold Excel. You had the little antique store downstairs. There were two dining chairs that I had admired. Damian went to the auction and acted as a bidder on my behalf for those two chairs. Sadly, I did not get them.
It was Christmas Eve, after working at SDM that I came home to two huge boxes wrapped in Christmas paper. What could these gifts be? I will NEVER forget the feeling when I opened these boxes to find the two chairs that I had loved so much. It was such a kind, thoughtful gesture on you and your fathers part. I cried. The feeling of being appreciated and loved was overwhelming. I thought it was the nicest thing that anyone had ever done for me. I still have those chairs in my home and I tell this story to those that sit on them.
So as I am sure, you are very fortunate to have so many many memories and stories. You were blessed to have such a kind man as your father.

To Brenda @ Family,
Sincere condolences on the recent passing of your dear father, Basil. As a pharmaceutical representative I met him first at Excel and noticed that his interest extended beyond just the professional side. I always considered him a friend. Years later I spoke with him many times on the Pippy Park ski trails and fairly recently at the Village Mall Kiosk with his loving wife where he was engaging and reaching out to his many friends as they passed by.. A truly exceptional person, and no doubt a great friend and mentor to his children and grandchildren.

Margie, Stephanie and family. My thoughts and prayers are with you as you mourn the loss of your dad, Margie and your grandfather, Stephanie. Such a beautiful tribute to him. Hugs to you both, Anne-Marie Wells

To all of the Walsh Family,
Our sincere condolences to you on the passing of Leo.
He was a gentle soul.
Our thoughts are with you at this sad time.
Fergus & Irene

Brenda, condolences regarding the passing of your dad. Seems he had a long and productive,active life.

Brenda and family, while it’s sad when our parents pass away, may you find comfort in the wonderful memories you have of your dad.,
Our thoughts are with you all, Rest In Peace, Mr. Walsh,
Heather and Frank Ryan

When our Bob died, Basil captured what he meant to us his family and, indeed, to all who had the privilege of knowing him when he said, “The world needs more Bobs.” Never could we express more aptly what Basil meant to his family and to all of us than to echo his words, “The world needs more Basils!”
To Basil’s family:__rejoice in your memories of such an exceptional man! God Bless you all. Rest In Peace, Basil.

Joan and Gerard Rumsey

One of the good ones

To Brenda and Family
We would like to offer our sincere condolences to you and your family at this sad time. It was a great privilege for me to work with both you and your Dad at Excel Pharmacy.. We are currently out of the province and unable to pay our respects but rest assured, you are in our thoughts and prayers..

I am so sorry to hear of your Dad,s passing, Sincere condolences to all the Walsh Family ,you are All in my thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time.

Bernice,Tony and family
Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family on the passing of your dad.

Brenda and the Walsh family
Sincere condolences to all of you on the passing of your dad. . Will keep you all in our prayers and thoughts.

Bernice, Tony & family
Your dad’s amazing personality lives on through you. Sending you and your family love during this difficult time,

To Barb and Family,
Your Dad lived such a full and interesting life!
I was amazed to read about all his accomplishments, hobbies etc.
His life was one well lived!
May he now Rest In Peace, close to your Mom.❤️
We are thinking of you, Chris ,the boys and your whole family at this time.
Jacq, and Karl

Robyn, Bernice and family. So sorry to hear about your Dad’s passing. Sending you my sincerest condolences.

I was so sorry to hear of the passing of Uncle Bas. He was always very kind to me. My first job ever was at Excel Pharmacy. Uncle Bas would pick me up in the morning and we would drive to the pharmacy, where I thought it was so amazing that he could take out the keys and open the door to his own company. The expereience of working at the pharmacy was very inspiring to me and is a big reason why I got into the world of business. My sincere condolences to all of my family. members. I know how much Uncle Bas will be missed and I wish we could be there.

The Family of Basil:
Sorry to hear of your fathers passing. We have many fond memories of working with Basil and many enjoyable birthday functions we shared at the College of the North Atlantic.
Some of the saddest moments in life are when the person who has given the” best “ memories, becomes a memory. . May your memories become treasures that will live on in your hearts forever.
Allan and Millie Piercey

Brenda, so sorry to see this. Your father was a lovely man.

Bernice and Brenda and family
I’m so sorry to hear of the passing of your Father. I send my dearest condolences to you all. I know it’s a huge loss for you all cherish your memories.
Much love

Dear Barb, Chris and Walsh family,
Deepest condolences to you on the loss of your dad. I have known you all for many years and know how much he meant to all of you. I have many fond memories of time spent at your Mayor Ave. home, where I always felt welcome by your folks. Your dad was a gentle man and kind to give me my first job at his pharmacy.
May the many wonderful memories you have of him bring you comfort at this difficult time.
Much love to you all.
Brenda & Paul Tompkins

Brenda and family,
Sincerest condolences at the passing of your father, a well-respected man who treated all with kindness and decency. Hoping that your shared family memories offer solace at this time.

Brenda and family,
Sincerest condolences at the passing of your father, a well-respected man who treated all with kindness and decency.

To Bev, Brenda, Muggy, Barb, Bernice,Robyn and Basil…….. I am truly saddened by your dad’s passing, as I know he was such a supportive and loving father to you all while you were growing up, and continued to be there for you all for the rest of his life. I spent a lot of time at your house on Mayor Ave., where the door was always open and you felt welcomed by both your mom and your dad. Indeed, that was my second home really…..fifty five years ago…..and I was privileged to share in your lives as you were growing up. I have lots of great memories and I know you all do too. Your dad was a kind and gentle soul who helped create a wonderful legacy of the same traits in his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. It is hard to let such a person go, but he is with your mom now and they are both beaming with pride at their beautiful family…….their creation and pride and joy. You all have a lifetime of memories that will continue to bring a smile to your faces as time goes by and that is one of the gifts your father left for you. Love you all…..Deborah.

Bernice, Tony & the Walsh family, very sorry for your loss. Sincerest condolences. Richard & Charlene

Bev, Kyle and family. So sorry to hear about the loss of your dad. I remember all the wonderful stories about your dad. I know how much you adored him. Please keep your memories close during this sad time. Keeping you and your family in my prayers.

Marlene and Chris

Brenda and Bob,very sad to hear of Mr Walsh’s passing,I know from your stories Brenda he was a very special person and was dedicated to his family.
God Bless.

To Basil’s Family, my condolences on the passing of your dad, he had a great run at it. I have fond memories of him at the College of Trades & Technology in 1972 (Survey Class), he had a great approach at teaching, kept it interesting.

Brenda Bob and Family, Wayne and I are so very sorry for the loss of your Dad. You surely have a multitude of treasured memories that will hold you up during this sad time. He was a gem.

I first met your father at Excel Pharmacy where I remember his kindness to my mother and our family. Whenever I met him he was so full of enthusiasm for life and of course your mom was always so happy to be by his side. Such a wonderful person to remember.
My sincere condolences to the Walsh family.

To Bev and the Walsh family, so saddened to hear of the death of your dear father. I remember him as such a loving and caring person. Our sincere condolences.

My deepest sympathy on Basil’s passing. Taught with him At CONA. Always a gentlemen and well liked by all. My thoughts and prayers are with his family as they dal with their sad loss.

Robert Quirke

Brenda and family – so sorry for your loss

Joanne MacIntyre

So very to hear of your dads passing..A fine gentleman indeed,,
Cherish the memories
Deepest sympathy to all
Betty Campbell

Bernice, Tony, Alex, Ryan & family.
Our deepest condolences on your loss. We never had a chance to meet Leo, however we’ve had the pleasure to get to know a large part of your family. From what we have heard, he was a kind and thoughtful man. A true reflection of how kind, genuine and giving you all are and we are so grateful to experience that and see those wonderful characteristics within you all. Thinking of you during this time.

Deepest sympathy to all the familyAlways enjoyed my chats with Basil whwnever i was in the store

Barb and family,
We are thinking of you all at this time. I cannot remember time before our family was forever tied to the Walsh family. Blessed. It certainly isn’t easy losing a parent but comforting to see that the love and warmth embodied by Basil and Margaret lives on in their children and grandchildren. Mr. Walsh always had a smile whenever I would see him. I knew he was a hard working individual but his legacy listed here is surely something to be proud of. Simply amazing. May he rest in peace.
With love,
Beth & Majid Shadmand

I’m sorry to hear of your dad’s passing. Mr Walsh was always kind, soft spoken and friendly whenever I visited his pharmacy or ran into him around town. He and your mom always stopped to say hello and ask about my family.. My thought and prayers are with all of you.

To the Walsh Family,

We want to offer our deepest sympathies for the loss of your beloved Bas. Many years ago I worked with Bev at Nfld. Hydro (Philip Place). I really enjoyed our conversations in which Bev talked kindly about her father and her children Victoria (Tori as she called her) and Christopher.

My husband, Gerard, worked at the College of the North Atlantic for many years and knew Bas well and thought of him as a well-respected and honourable man.

Please know that over time your grief will gradually be eased by your loving and lasting memories of Bas.

So sorry to read of Basil’s death. I first met Basil in 1983 when I started teaching Auto Body classes at College of Trades. Basil quickly introduced himself and his Triumph Spitfire to me. I actually inherited the Spitfire from the previous instructor. We became great friends during our time at the College and had many conversations about cars and family. It was my pleasure to meet and enjoy helping out Basil with his projects which included Spitfire, Volvos and even a Ford Pinto .he was a true gentleman.

My thoughts are with you all at this sad time, your Dad will be sadly missed . My sincere condolences to all the family, Take Care.

Sorry for the loss of your father. Thinking of you at this time.

Robin Knott and family, Brenda and The Walsh family!
Im so sorry to hear of your Dad ‘s passing. This tribute to your Dad is truly a testament of a Life well lived!
Robin, please know I’m thinking of you.
May happy memories of him, your Mom, and your family, live in your hearts to ease the sadness you feel today and the days to come.
Ann Pagani Ottawa Ont.

Brenda and family,

So sorry to hear of your dad’s passing but what a wonderful life he had with so many accomplishments and interests. Our sincere condolences.

Leo and Maureen

We are so sorry to hear of Basil’s passing.. He is now with his beautiful wife in Heaven.. Sincere condolences to all the family.

Brenda, Barb, Bernice, Robin and the Walsh family.
So sad to hear of your dad’s passing. It’s never easy saying goodbye to someone you love! Hope your memories of him will help ease the sadness you feel today and in the days to come,

To the Walsh family.
It is with deep sadness that I have learned of the passing of Basil.
I always remember him working on his cars and chatting with him at Tim’s after his swim. He was always such a gentleman.
My sincere condolences to all of his family.
May his memories be a blessing to you all.
Phillip Lane

So sorry to hear of your loss. I had the privilege to have been a student of Bas almost 50 years ago (gee that makes me feel old). I can sincerely say every minute I spent in his presence was an absolute pleasure. We have lost a very beautiful member of our society. Condolences to all of your family.

Brenda and Family
We are so sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing. Basil was the consomate gentleman and a great pharmacist, teacher and friend to many. I feel honoured to have known him . Our sincere condolences.
Jerry Young

Brenda and family, so sorry to hear of your father’s passing. He was a great fellow to talk to in and out of the store. My condolences

Shannon Keough

I met Basil as the brother of Des who I worked with for many years. Those brothers sure were nice people. Best wishes to all the family.

Deepest condolences 🙏 A great man! Fly with the angels Basil ❤️

Our hearts go out to you all, Bev, Kyle and all the family.
With love from Tara, Kris, Erin, Keira

We are so sorry for the loss of such a lovely man. We are thinking of you at this difficult time.

My husband. Bruce and I met Basil at the Mews Centre when we decided to try ballroom dancing. Along with his dance partner Brenda , Basil put us through our paces and yet made the hour long class truly enjoyable, even if he did tell my husband that he had two left feet. His quick wit and joy of life made him an excellent instructor and we certainly enjoyed our two years of classes. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this difficult time.

Sorry for your loss

Brenda, Bob and family,
I am so sorry to hear of your dad’s passing. I have many fond memories of the morning drives to the College with your dad and spending time at family home on Mayor Ave. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I hope you find some comfort in the memories you shared.
Joanne Collins Oakley

So very sorry for your loss my deepest condolences to friends and family..i hope your dancing with the angels….tony

Bev and family, my heart is very heavy hearing of the passing of your dad. Your dad was the most kind, caring, and loving father, husband and friend. I’ll always remember his kind, friendly face every time I picked up my prescriptions and also teaching me ballroom dancing at the Mews Centre. He was very blessed with a most wonderful and beautiful family and he cherished all of you very much. Please know that my prayers, deepest sympathy and love is being sent to you, and family, as you mourn your loss. I pray for strength in the coming day, as you move forward.. God bless.

The Walsh Family:
Sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing. Sincere condolences to everyone.
I am going to miss his visits each year for his strawberry plants.

Brenda and all the Walsh family,
We were very sorry to hear of your dad’s passing.
We thought a lot of him and your mother and we always loved seeing them.
Sincere condolences to everyone.
Tim and Dianne Anderson

Brenda & Bob & family,
So very sorry to learn of Basil’s passing. He was a very special person to have known in our lives, which has almost been 50 years since we first met. From chats on summer evenings from the front door steps of your Mayor Ave house, to Kenpo Karate classes , and Excel Pharmacy , he was always such a joy to talk with. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family. Rest in peace my dear friend Bas. Gerard, Roxanne and Zack

Sorry to hear of the Basil’s passing. I have many fond memories of both Margaret and Basil. My condolences to the Walsh family.

Sincere condolences are extended to the family from the Pharmacists’ Association of NL (PANL) Board of Directors, staff and the entire pharmacy community.

To the Walsh family so sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing we know he’s at peace he’s reunited with Margie love of his life we have wonderful memories of all the fun games of cards we had at the Walsh home My thoughts & prayers are with you all at this difficult time may all your precious memories get you through this as their close to your heart

I had the chance to meet Mr. Walsh in his final days before he passed. He was so nice to me, always with his beautiful smile, even when he didn’t understand my accent. May his gentle soul rest in peace and I asked the family to accept my condolences in these tough times.

So sorry to hear of your dads passing. Mr Walsh was such a kind and gentle soul. He was always delighted to see you when you would bump into him and would always have a great chat. Sincere condolences from our family to yours.
The Seymour’s

Brenda and family. So sorry to hear about your dad’s passing. It’s never easy losing a parent. Hold on to all of the precious memories that you have. Sending hugs. Gerri Humber (Birmingham)

Very sorry to hear of Basil’s passing. I was in Irish step dancing classes with Basil. He was always so happy. Made everyone in the class feel comfortable and always had a kind word. Thoughts are with your family at this difficult time.

Bev, Brenda, Muggie, Basil, Bernice, Barb Robyn and your families- Lots of great memories of meeting up at your home over the years . So many people would be there and your Dad would be playing music and your Mom answering a thousand questions, always allot of love in your home. Those memories I know you will cherish forever . You certainly are a wonderful family your Dad was so proud of. Thinking of all of you xo

Dear Brenda and family
We were so sorry to hear of your fathers passing, please accept our deepest sympathy
Derrick and Marcella

To the Walsh family, so sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.

To Robyn and all your family
So sorry to hear of your Dads passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time. May his soul rest in peace.

Bernice, Tony and family
So sorry to hear of your Dads passing..
Thinking of you during this very sad time. Rest In Peace Mr Walsh.
Helen and Gerry Brennan

So sorry to here of Basil’s passing. thinking of you all @ this time of sorrow.

My sincere condolences on the passing of Mr Walsh.
I worked with Mr Walsh at SDM in Churchill Sq.
Heather Browne

So sorry to hear of your loss. Basil’s wife Margie is cousin to my wife Martha but more than that was a very dear friend to both my parents, Harold & Jean Couch. Basil welcomed them into his life when they first moved to Newfoundland from England and played a huge part in helping them to share their passion for sequence ballroom dancing. In St. John’s at the Mews Centre and other local venues. Although my parents left Newfoundland in 1999 they remained in touch until their passing and were lucky to meet up a few times when they would return to Newfoundland for vacation.. He was a true friend and will surely be missed by many. Mike & Martha Couch.

Brenda & Bob & family,
So sorry to learn of your father’s passing. I know you will all miss him so very much. Please accept our deepest sympathies.
Janet & Jim

Bernice and family, we are so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you at this sad time.

We are so very sorry to hear this news today. Basil and margret were sweethearts and though we didn’t see a lot of them We loved them very much very much. Condolences to all of his family

Brenda and family.,
I am so sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing. He was a wonderful man, truly committed to his profession. My thoughts are with you at this time.
Sincerest sympathy,

Condolences to family and friends of Basil–Have known him and most of his family siblings for about the past about 50+ years, God bless, rest in peace- Basil-Our thoughts and prayers–Jim/ wife /Nelia Campbell ST. john’s NFLD.

Brenda,Bob, and all the family We are very sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing. His life was one of dedication to family and the pharmacy profession. There are many memories including him repairing many Volvos in the driveway on Mayor Ave and calling on him at Excel Pharmacywhen I was in the pharmaceutical industry in the eighties. Marg & I will be thinking of you all next Thursday. Rest in Peace

Brenda & Bob … Heidi and I are so sorry to hear about your father’s passing. Our sincere condolences to you, Bob and your families. What a fantastic life he lived with such a large and loving family.

Brenda and Family .My Deepest Sympathy to hear of your Dad’s passing. he was a true gentleman. God Bless you all

So sorry to hear of your dad’s passing. He was an amazing man, unbelievable zest for life and packing as much into it as possible. He was an amazing roll model for sure. You have so many beautiful memories with your dad, hold them a bit closer today. Our deepest condolences.
Bill and Wanda Madore

Brenda, Bob and the rest of the extended family.. Very sorry to hear of Your Dad’s passing. He raised a beautiful family and passed down that sense of “family” to you all.. He was so deeply loved by you and I’m sure he appreciated that you made him such a priority.
Thinking of you all.

Brenda and the Walsh family. My sincere condolences on the passing of Basil, your beloved father. I’m sure all the family will remember the great memories of him. He lived a great and long lifetime. RIP Basil.

Deepest sympathy to the Walsh family on the passing of Basil. I fondly remember Basil and Margaret from Excel Pharmacy. days. Basil always had a kind word for everyone, truly a kind person. It is comforting to know he is once again with Margaret. Until you meet again, may Basil rest in peace.

Very sincere condolences to Margie and your extended family on the death of your Beloved Dad. No doubt he is flying high with your lovely mam. A big break for you all. Not east to lose those we love. Holding you all in prayer and love.. Roisin Gannon pbvm