Condolence: I often spoke to Mr. Young when visiting my sister who lives across the road from him. I enjoyed our chats and looking at some of the projects he was doing. Such a nice man. My condolences to the family.
Condolence: Our deepest sympathy to all of you on the loss of your beloved husband, loving father, and grandfather. He was a wonderful man. We have such fond memories of being with all of you in 2012 and Uncle Fred giving us the grand tour. He had a story about everything! Thoughts of him always bring a smile to our faces. Sending big hugs and much love from Virginia. David, Lisa, Katie, and Mike
Condolence: Robert, Brian Laurie, and Karen I was lucky enough to see your Dad and have a chat with him on two occasions when I was home in August, once at Mom & Dad’s anniversary gathering and the other at the place your dad loved “The Gut”. Even though he wasn’t feeling 100% he was still smiling and reminiscing about old times. He sat in his chair in the “Stage” and talked about how much he’d love to help Brain build the wharf and putter around the property. Enjoy the memories he gave you.As your obituary noted he’ll likely start a new project and finish it to perfection at his own pace.
Our Thoughts and prayers are with you and your families.
David, Sheila, Andrew & Matthew
Condolence: All the way from Edmonton, sending condolences to you Laurie, Karen, your brothers and the family. I never met your dad and hoped that I would have been able to on a future trip to your homeland. From your many stories about your dad, I do feel like I know him. He appeared to be fun loving, kind, generous and non judgmental and most of all a dedicated husband and father. He is now in God's hands, where he will be at peace and watching down on all of you.
It is now a time to love each other and be there for one another as you grieve this great loss. Treasure all those wonderful memories that will sustain you as life continues.
Take care and love you.
Condolence: To the Young family......On behalf of my husband Glen Noseworthy and I.... please accept our sincere condolences on the passing of your father. We became acquainted with your dad while refurbishing his boat. Often times when out for a drive with your mom....he would stop by. We remember fondly his exuberant nature. It was only recent that my husband said he hadn't heard from Fred in awhile. We were sad to hear of his passing. May love and memories help to comfort you in the difficult days ahead.