Sherwood, Causer, and Burrows Funeral Notice

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Funeral Information for Retired Captain Evan Boyd Sherwood, Retired Member Harry John Causer, Retired Captain Robert James Burrows

Retired Capt. Evan Boyd Sherwood

June 1933 – June 2022

Evan Sherwood passed away peacefully at Georgian Bay General Hospital, Midland on his 89th birthday on Saturday, June 11, 2022. Beloved husband of the late Joan Sherwood. Loving father of Brian (Sue), Kevin (Sandy), and late Glenn (Kristy). Grandfather of Thomas (Shauna), Kevin (Heather), Kristopher (Konica), Ashley (Tyler), and Stephanie (Jon). Great grandfather of Liam, Lucas, Lyla, Quinn, Shane, and Andrew.

Captain Evan Sherwood, was a proud East York Firefighter and Retired after a long career.

Lovingly remembered by his sister Maureen Zeidman Topp, niece Anne, and nephew Andrew. He will be fondly remembered by his extended family and friends.

Visitation will be held at First Presbyterian Church, Penetanguishene on Tuesday, June 21 from 1:00- 2:00 p.m. with a memorial service at 2:00 p.m.

The preceding information was found here. Where memorial condolences can be left.

And If you desire, donations can be made to Operation Smile it would be appreciated.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to Retired Captain Evan Sherwood’s family, our brother Brian Sherwood, as well as Evan’s friends and co-workers.

Harry John Causer – May 1935 – April 2022

Harry started on the job on the 29th of November 1957. He spent most of his career at Station 22 (226). Harry retired on the 25th of February 1990 after 33 Years.

No additional information was available.

Our condolences go out to the late brother Causer’s family, friends, and co-workers.

Capt. Robert James Burrows – June 1947 – April 2022

Bob started on the job on the 27th of December 1968. He was promoted to Captain on the 29th of August 1988 to 22 Aerial A1 (226 A). He finished out his career as the Captain of 30P A1 (326 A) and retired on the 21st of July 2000, after 32 Years.

No additional information was available.

Our condolences go out to captain Robert Burrows’s family, friends, and co-workers.