The death occurred at his home in Huntsville on Friday, December 16th, 2011 of Reg Orr.
Husband of Kathryn Orr and dear father of Jen and Sean. Loving grandfather of Maya.
A Memorial Service will be held at Trinity United Church, Huntsville on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21st, 2011 at 1 p.m.
A reception will follow at the Royal Canadian Legion.
In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated.
RIP, those were the days.
My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Sorry I was unable to attend the funeral.
Kathy; Jen; Shawn & Maya:
Reg was loved by all who knew him and will be truly missed. Huntsville has lost a great man. I am sorry I wasn’t able to attend his service but please know you are in my thoughts and prayers.
My thoughts and prayers are with you. Reg was a great man, always took the time for a hello despite how busy he always was. Great loss for our community. RIP Reg, you will be truly missed….Joanne and Dave
I will always remember Reg for safely getting me home on many occasions, but more importantly for guiding my son in many ways with his zest for life and hockey as a coach in a pivotal point in his young hockey career. Reg always had time to say hello and so it is my turn to say ‘goodbye’ to great soul.You will be missed
Ron & Karen Chamberlain
Kathy & FamilyPlease accept our condolences at this sad time. Our thoughts & prayers go out to you.
Karen & Ron
Reg was one of the most hard working and fun loving person that I have ever known. Kind and generous – he even loaned me his skates once, so I could play in a hockey tournament. Miss you big guy!
Kathy, Jen and Sean:
I am sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you at this time.
I remember growing up and being told to watch out for the Orr boy on Chaffey Street as he was mean and always had a hockey stick in his hand. Little did I know that when I grew up, I would get to know Reg Orr and quickly learn that he was not mean at all.
I will miss Reg and all our little chats and bouts of laughter that we would share on the street or at the gas station.
Rest in peace my friend.
Reg was a great guy reg used to live accross the road from me i will really miss seeing reges smiling face
Deepest condolences to the entire family. Reg will be sadly missed.
My thoughts and prayers with your family at this time. What a great loss to our community. Reg always had a “hello”” and smile to share with all.”
Kathy, my thoughts are with you and your family at this sad time.
Kathy, Jennifer, and Sean. I am very sorry to hear of Reg’s passing. When I lived in Huntsville in the eighties, I considered him to be one of my best friends. He worked hard, played hard, and was always fair and honest. On behlf of Christina, Glen, Kyle, we are truly sorry.
My thoughts with you all at this most difficult time. Fine neighbour Reg was but now he is in heaven with Duncan. Two shining stars. Nothing can every prepare us for this but remember the good times and know Reg is smiling down on us all.
Reg was a great athlete, an excellent coach, and a good sportsman.He was fun to be with.
He was a good supporter of athletics, especialy hockey and lacross in Huntsville.
Please accept our condolensces. Arlene & Dave Scott, Port Sydney.
John and Elva Clayton
I really felt that Reg was a good friend over the years. He worked hard at the Lake of Bays old timers league and ball hockey league in Huntsville. He gave his time coaching kids and was the hardest working person I have known. He was a fierce competitor but always a friend off the ice. Will miss seeing him.
So sad to hear..have known Reg forever!!! Reg will be sadly missed….until we meet again friend.
Doreen and Geoffrey
To Kathy Jennifer and Sean…our sinceresympathy to all of you at this sad time and
in the loss of a loved one..We all enjoyed
meeting Reg and enjoyed having their company
during the New Brunswick trip.
So sad to hear of Reg’s passing, I knew Reg growing up going to school and his hockey days. He had great passion and a great big heart, we will miss him!
Lynda & Wayne Miller
Remember him coming in to the Post Office to pick up business’ mail and he always was so cheerful and a big smile. All Huntsville knew Reg and will miss him. Our condolensces to his family.
Peace be with you. Also prayers for Kathy,Jen,Sean Love Grandma.
So very sorry to hear of Reg’s passing. I’ll always remember his smile and friendly conversation – no matter how long it had been since you last met. Thanks for the many years you gave your time & friendship to the hockey teams – Jay enjoyed those wonderful times and so did we, as parents. RIP Reg – you will be missed.
Ken and Jeanne Eadie
Kathy and FamilyOur thoughts and prayers are with you throughout these sad times.
DEBBIE & BOB DEMERS
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family Kathy.
Dan and Darlene Wilkinson
Our sympathies go out to you Kathy and your family.