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Olliver, Jeffery

January 1939 - December 2020
Jeffery Hudson Olliver, 81, passed peacefully on December 25, 2020 at Lakeridge Hospital, Oshawa, Ontario. Born January 15,1939 in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Jeffery left for the other coast in 1947 when his family moved to Burnaby, British Columbia. Later after having his own family he found himself in Ajax, Ontario. He enjoyed regaling everyone with stories from both coasts. Jeffery had many diverse and varied interests such as military history, antiques, sharks, cars and cruises. He was passionate about his love for animals, especially dogs. He will be greatly missed by his Jack Russel Terrier, Taffy. Jeffery was a loving father to his two children, Rod(Marcie) and Karina(Gord). A wonderful older brother to Joyce(Eric), Steve(Sue) and Lillian(Herb). He was a beloved Uncle to many nieces and nephews as Uncle Hudson. And a dear friend to Karen. A memorial will occur at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family would welcome donations made in Jeffery’s Honour at either the Canadian Wildlife Federation, or Sunnybrook Cancer Foundation.

Messages of Condolence

So sorry, Rod and Karina, to hear of your Dad’s death. It is hard to lose a brother, and must be harder to lose a father. He will always ...
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Steve and Sue
Surrey, B.C.
December 29, 2020
I am so terribly sorry for your loss Karina. Know my thoughts and prayers are with you and Gord at this time. Love to you both.


Sally Mitchell
Port Perry
December 28, 2020
Fondly remembering Uncle Hudson. Sending thoughts and prayers to all who loved him.


Lori Quinn
Surrey BC
December 28, 2020
Uncle Hudson will be missed dearly. My thoughts and prayers are with all our family on either coast, especially those in Ontario. Wish we ...
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Janet Milne
Burnaby
December 28, 2020
Karnia Gord and family, I am so sorry for your lost. I know there no words that will make this better but I am thinking of you and sending...
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Ashley
ajax
December 28, 2020

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