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Cornelius Maas

Cornelius Maas

December 10, 2007

Cornelius Maas
Maas, Cornelius; due to complication of a stroke at the Louise Marshall Hospital, Mount Forest on Monday December 10, 2007. Cornelius Joannus Maas of Mount Forest in his 74th year. Loved father of Nancy Watt & husband Ryan of Williams Lake, B.C., Elaine Ravsten & husband Jon of Renton, Washington and Paul Maas & wife Patricia of Williams Lake, B.C. Loving grandfather of Brody, Mitchell, MacKenzie, Scott, Matthew, Kaitlyn, Nathan and Jacob. Dear brother of John Mass & wife Peggy of Williams Lake, B.C., Hans Maas & wife Angela of Calgary, Alberta, Peter Maas & wife Alex of Fort McLeod, Alberta, Corrie Schollen & husband Henk of Holland, Loek Maas & wife Ans of Holland.Toos Knoope & husband Arnold of Holland, Ans DeLieyer & husband Lou of Holland, Berrie Maas & wife Wilma of Holland, Paul Maas & wife Lia of Holland, Ellie Groenland & husband Ad of Holland, Gus Maas & wife Hermien of South Africa and Frank Maas & wife Resi of Austria. Also survived by his many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his parents Henrikus and Elizabeth Maas and brother Harry Maas. Cremation has taken place. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated in Williams Lake, B.C. at a later date. Memorial donations to Birmingham Lodge Resident Council Fund would be appreciated by the family. Funeral arrangements entrusted to the Hendrick Funeral Home, Mount Forest. On line condolences may be made at www.hendrickfuneralhome.com


To Casey's family.. My mother Myrtle Irvin has also been a resident of the Lodge and she and your dad shared the Kitchener News paper for a long while and when Mom couldn't get her t.v remote figured out, your Dad would come and help her out as her room was just a couple doors from his. I would always stop and chat with your dad when I would be visiting my Mom and I knew that he has been failing this past few months. My sisters and I will sure miss seeing him in his favourite chair in the hallway watching t.v. He was so well liked due to his friendly personality and easy going way. Our heartfelt sympathies to each of you. My sister helped him up to his room as he was having trouble with his chair on the Sunday just before he was taken to the hospital and so she was quite upset when we got the news. Myrtle Irvin and family.(Marg Stortz)

— Marg Stortz, December 14, 2007

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294 Main Street South
P.O. Box 38, Mount Forest
Ontario, Canada N0G 2L0
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