McPhee, Courtney

MCPHEE, Courtney

2021

On December 31st, 2021 Courtney Daniel McPhee passed away peacefully in his sleep.

He was predeceased by his loving wife Claire (Leclerc), his daughter Linda and his granddaughter Robyn. Lovingly forever remembered by his children Robert (Jayne), Susan, Brenda (Rob), James and Dennis as well as many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. 

He was a loving family man who always put others before himself and welcomed everyone into his life and home. For those lucky enough to have known him, he will be remembered as a wonderful, smart, funny, hard-working, very intelligent, honest, and giving man with a beautiful smile. In his 95 years, he made a difference in many lives and will be remembered fondly. He was an avid outdoorsman who loved hunting, fishing, camping, and cross-country skiing. 

He was a proud veteran of the second world war before coming home to work in the mines in the Kirkland Lake area. Soon after, he met the love of his life, Claire. They married on December 27th, 1946, and shared a full and loving 61 years together raising their 6 children and welcoming many grandchildren and great-grandchildren along the way. During those years he changed careers to become a Property Assessor for the province of Ontario before retiring in 1993.  

Living at Teck Pioneer Residence since 2015, he was treated with the utmost respect, love, and compassion. Many thanks to the staff for making his last years enjoyable and comforting. 

A spring burial and Celebration of Life will be announced in the coming months. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Teck Pioneer Residence.

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Bob (Jane), Susan, Brenda (Rob), Jim and Denis and Families

I can't begin to express in words what your father has meant to me all these years.
Thinking of all of you at this time as we celebrate the life of such a great man.
Court's honesty and compassion to everyone that came into contact with him will always be fondly remembered.
We will celebrate his life on lakes and around campfires where we will share stories of his great sense of humor and the lessons he was always trying to get across through his story telling.
I will miss you my friend, God's speed back to Claire, Linda and Robyn
Rest In Peace ........ Love You!
Rick Barker

RICK BARKER, January 3, 2022

Bob, Jayne, Sue, Brenda,Rob, Jim and Denis

Louise and I send our condolences at this extremely difficult time. Uncle was one of the most sincere compassionate and loving men that we had the privilege to have touch our lives. Always looked forward to the afternoon tea breaks I would have with him and Aunt Claire. He will be dearly missed. Heaven has become a better place. Sending our love and prayers
Mike and Louise

Mike and Louise leclerc, January 3, 2022

Jim and the McPhee families

I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your Dad. We had many visits together while my Dad and Uncle were in TPR as well. Please know you are in my thoughts. May your memories bring comfort to your pain.

Sandra Dal Pai, January 3, 2022

Bob & Jane , Sue, Brenda & Rob, Jimmy and Dennis and families

I am very saddened to hear of Uncle Courtneys passing. He and Aunt Claire were so friendly with an open door policy. Always enjoyed visiting your parents, with Mom, when she moved South. I have many memories of him, including the stories Mom and Aunt Marie told me of them growing up. R.I.P. Uncle Court. Love Cindy

Cindy Lachapelle, January 3, 2022

To the family

My sincere condolences to all the family.
He will be missed.
May he Rest In Peace .

Léo Durette, January 3, 2022

Bob, Sue, Brenda, Jim, Dennis & Families

Our deepest condolences to everyone. Your Dad was a wonderful soul and very caring man. All the times we spent together at your Mom & Dad’s when we were all young are some of the best times we had. Always remember your Dad’s infectious smile. I sure am going to miss you Uncle, your the best. God Bless You Uncle
May you Rest In Peace ❤️❤️

Always Remember You Forever Uncle

Robert (nephew) & Susan Perron

Robert Perron , January 4, 2022

Bob, Jayne, Sue, Brenda, Rob, Jim, Dennis and Families

I was very sorry to hear of Uncle Courtney's passing. I have good memories of visiting Uncle Courtney and Aunt Claire, with Mom and Dad. Uncle Courtney was a kind and caring man, and he will be missed. My deepest sympathy to you all at this difficult time.
Love, Christine

Christine Rae, January 4, 2022

McPhee Family

We have very many fond memories with Court & Claire & the family, Ones we will cherish forever :)
You are now with the love of your life & you're probably fishing with our Dad & Claire is at the Bingo with our Mother :)
Fly with the Angels Court & Thank you for all the memories :)
The Brook Family

Julie Foss, January 4, 2022

Dad, Jayne, Aunt Sue, Aunt Brenda, Uncle Jim, Uncle Dennis and all my cousins

Doug and I send you our deepest condolences. I was so happy to spend time with Grandpa in 2008, and I will always remember his deep laugh, beautiful smile and kind heart. May we all find peace and joy in our memories of him. Jennifer.

Jennifer Neil, January 4, 2022

The McPhee Family

The wife (Finette) and I got to see him at Teck pioneer a couple of years back, he was so glad to see us what a really nice man he was, it had been many years since we had seen him and aunt Claire I believe in Federal

Joe Rollin, January 4, 2022

McPhee Family

So sorry to hear of the loss of a great man! He truly was a family man supporting his family so openly along the way. We will miss his great smile and positive attitude to everyone who met him. May he Rest In Peace.

Pat, Lorraine and Family

Pat & Lorraine Kiely, January 4, 2022

Brenda and family

My deepest sympathies to you Brenda and all of your family. I had the privilege and pleasure of meeting Courtney and enjoyed hearing many wonderful stories about him. Please take comfort knowing he lives on in your heart and memories.

Laura Higginson, January 4, 2022

Bob and family

Sending condolences to Bob ,Jayne and family so sorry to hear of your dads passing.

Kim Cheryl Saunders, January 4, 2022

Jim and family

Sincere sympathy Jim on the loss of your dad

Mark jensen, January 4, 2022

The family of Courtney

Memories of Courtney are rich with the goodness he was. Bruce and I loved Courtney and often we would visit his home. We were welcomed and always felt right at home. Bruce would talk about how much he loved Courtney and then talked about their fun hunting trips.
I’m thankful Courtney was unaware that Bruce had died and also Bruce didn’t have to mourn Courtney. I’m sure they are fishing and hunting together again. Love to all.

Kathy , January 4, 2022

McPhee Family

Condolences to the Family....an Algonquin neighbour who remembers him well

Linda Wilson, January 6, 2022

Brenda & Family of Courtney McPhee

We were very sad to hear of your Dads passing. We used to meet him before at the
foodland where he chatted about fishing with Garry and of course his brothers
who we knew (especially Bruce and Bunny) they were quite the family. Our thoughts
are with you all.

Joanne and Garry Dans, January 7, 2022

The family

Im very saddened to hear Courtney passed away. I spent many hours with him around 2015 when I worked as a psw. Always looked forward to seeing him and Susan when I visited their home. He always put a smile on my face with his jokes and stories. Rip Courtney... u will be missed

Julie, January 11, 2022

The McPhee Family

My deepest sympathy to the McPhee family for your loss. I have know Courtney for many years and always enjoyed talking to him when we met. He was a very nice person and very well liked.
RIP you will be missed.

Dan MacDonald, January 13, 2022

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