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Charles Elliott

Charles Bradshaw Elliott

Monday, May 10th, 1937 - Friday, March 5th, 2021
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Elliott, Charles Bradshaw

The family of Brad Elliott (Charles Bradshaw Elliott) sadly announces his passing on the morning of March 5, 2021 in his 84th year.

Beloved husband of 54 years and best friend of 60 years of Mary Ann (nee Neamtz). Loving father of Todd (Heidi) and Wade (Heather). Cherished Grandfather to Ryan, Ashley, Jordyn & Taylor. Survived by his sister Betty Morris, also several nieces and nephews.

Predeceased by his parents Gwen and Charlie Elliott, brother Bob, Father-in-law George and mother-in-law Lena Neamtz, brother-in-law’s Stan Morris and George Neamtz.

Brad taught for 35 years at Winona High and Orchard Park Secondary. He received the Queens Medal in 1977 and several Safety Awards with his students as well as the Prime Minister Award. He was instrumental in developing the Co-op Program. We will remember Brad for so many things but will always cherish his generosity, willingness to help others and his enthusiasm and love of cars. The memories of trips he shared with Mary Ann continue to create stories shared with his family.

A special thank you to Mark and Sharon Elliott for their lifetime of support. In lieu of flowers please consider donations to the Steve Ludzik Foundation https://thesteveludzikfoundation.org/ or the McMaster Children’s Hospital https://www.hamiltonhealthsciences.ca/mcmaster-childrens-hospital/.
Thank you to the nursing staff at Station 2 D at the St. Catharine’s General Hospital.

The family will be holding a private family service at Pelham Funeral Home. Online condolences may be shared at www.pelhamfuneralhome.ca
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Steve giavedoni

Posted at 06:56pm
I would like to express my sincerest condolences to the entire Elliot family as well as Brad's many friends. I first met Mr. Elliot in grade nine woodshop. Since that day I always looked forward to his class. Not only was he a great teacher, he was also a good listener and knew how to command a class while warning your respect and attention.
Mr. Elliot was responsible for my career as a tradesman. I was lucky enough to be chosen by him when someone called the school looking for an apprentice. It has served me well and for that I will always be greatful.
One day the class was having their project foot stools graded. Everyone was standing around the bench waiting their turn listening to the criticism which was presented in a comical way. When he was judging mine I didn't notice he had put his finger under the one leg and set it down on the bench and said, "well this one has a real problem" while rocking it back and forth. He totally got me for a few seconds, I thought what the h...? Then I heard the laughter and saw his little smirk. He praised the job I did and it instilled in me that doing a good job is rewarding in more ways than one.
One other time we were getting ready to write our final exam. Obviously some guys were nervous. So the first question after your name was.. How many meadow muffins......? I am sorry I don't remember the rest of the question, but I remember laughing to myself enough to get relaxed. There are more stories of course, good times. I did visit Mr. Elliot at his house a few times over the years and even remember him taking the class to his house while he was finishing the building of it. We shared a passion for cars and corvettes in particular. I would have love to have seen him drive his after it was finished. I can see him smiling!
I am sorry I didn't see you more recently and thankyou again for your impact on my life. Steve Giavedoni 77/80
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Norma Sgambelluri

Posted at 06:40pm
Cosimo and Norma Sgambelluri along with our daughters Carmi Mooser and Laura Sgambelluri were saddened to learn of Brad’s passing. Our heart felt prayers go to you MaryAnn, Todd, Wade and families. We could not have asked for better neighbours on Church Street. We all have good memories we will treasure. You were truly there for us when we were most needy. Rest In Peace Brad.
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Glenn Robbins

Posted at 04:22pm

MaryAnn and Betty, very sad to hear of Brad's passing. My deepest sympathy.
I have fond memories of Brad, the Elliot Family and the Neamtz Family. May Brad and others in both families Rest In Peace.

Glenn Robbins
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