Lorne Tice

Lorne Douglas Tice

Tuesday, August 18th, 1942 - Thursday, December 26th, 2019
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Lorne Douglas Tice August 18, 1942 - December 26, 2019

TICE - Lorne Douglas passed away peacefully with family by his side in Welland on Thursday, December 26, 2019 at the age of 77 years. Leaving home at 18 to pursue his career, Lorne never lost touch with his Bethel farm boy roots. He worked hard, obtaining his CMA and CPA accounting designations at night while working at Atlas Steels, then moving to senior positions with Bright’s Foods and Procter & Gamble.

In retirement, he made deliveries to residents of Fonthill and Welland for Shoppers Drug Mart, a job he loved. He also played hard. Lorne had a lifelong passion for hockey, which he played well into his 60s and coached for many years in Pelham and Welland. He also enjoyed many hunting and fishing trips with family and friends. His primary joy was his family, for whom he was a devoted husband, father and grandfather and to whom he provided constant love, advice, support, and humour, even to his final days. He led a happy life, always with a smile, a joke, or a kind word for those around him.

Predeceased by his father Carman Tice (1955) and his mother Vera Tice (2011). He will be sadly missed by his wife Joyce Tice, his children Charlene (David) Duliban and Kevin (Anne-Marie) Tice, his grandchildren Nathaniel, Joseph, Charlotte, Isabelle and Sophia, and his siblings George (Coba), Gordon (Helen) and Margaret (Ron). Special thanks go to brother-in-law Jesse Adams for his help with many hospital trips. The Funeral Service will be held at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, 1557 Pelham Street, Fonthill on Saturday, January 25th, 11:00 a.m. followed by a reception.

In keeping with Lorne’s wishes, cremation has already taken place and a private interment will follow at a later date in Overholt Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society.
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  • Service

    Saturday, January 25th, 2020 | 11:00am
    Saturday, January 25th, 2020 11:00am
    Holy Trinity Anglican Church
    1557 Pelham Street
    Fonthill, ON
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  • Interment

    Overholt Cemetery
    on a later date


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Mike Hartleib

Posted at 08:42am
So sorry to hear of Lorne's passing. I had the great pleasure of getting to spend some time with Lorne when Kevin and I were just young university students. A big warm hearted guy who was a real pleasure to know. Condolences to the entire Tice family.


Posted at 06:04am
Joyce and family.
So many memories so many laughs. I remember all so well the great neighbours you were. I’m thinking of you and the kids. Take care.

Sybil (Waselovich) Cavdek

bob reid

Posted at 11:24am
my condolences to joyce & family. we shared many hockey trips & experiences together that will always be the memories we will cherish. rest in peace my dear friend. miss u already.

Erin Hill

Posted at 10:56am
Our thoughts and prayers are with you...Bob and Erin Hill, Owen Sound

michael smalyga

Posted at 10:12am
It is with great sadness that I send my deepest sympathies to entire Tice family on the passing of Mr. "Coach" Tice. My entire childhood permeates with beautiful memories of your family; going through school and playing hockey with Kevin, Mr Tice coaching our teams to championships year after year and Charlene riding along with us on road trips to support the team. I am forever grateful for the life lessons Mr Tice taught me as a coach AND person - work ethic, passion, competitiveness, respect for the game and integrity to our skill made us all better players and young men. He gave selflessly of his time , generously of his wisdom and freely of his love for our community. The town of Fonthill, the game of hockey, his family and the many many people who loved him have lost a great man in body- but he will remain with many of us for years to come in loving Spirit. I am a better man for having been touched by Mr. Tice's grace. My prayers are in for your whole family...
With deepest regards,
Michael J Smalyga

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