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George Andrew Nolan
April 18, 1930 - October 1, 2015
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<div itemprop="description">NOLAN; George Andrew<br />Passed away on Thursday, October 1, 2015 at the age of 85, after a lifelong struggle with a heart ailment &ndash; he was strong until the end. George is the dearly beloved husband of 63 years to Betty Jean Nolan (nee Mantle), George and Betty&rsquo;s enduring love for each other was the center of the family&rsquo;s love. Dear son of the late Maisy Price and Dale Price. Much loved father of Nancy Tucci (Tino), Stephen Nolan (Cyprianne), Robert Nolan (Rachel), and Julie Lehman (David). He will be lovingly remembered by grandchildren, Terra, Leah, David, Sarah, Matthew, Christian, Nolan and Bethanie, and great-grandchildren, Luca, Antonio, Owen, and Guinevere. Dear brother of Paul Price (Sharon) and the late Susan Bowes (Ken, and the late Norman Laviolette). Survived by nieces and nephews. George will always be remembered for his strength and determination, providing for his family and love of family. He had a strong commitment to family values, and an amazing sense of humour and the ability to make others laugh. George was an avid baseball fan, and will be watching his Blue Jays in the playoffs, from heaven. His family wish to express their sincere gratitude for the kindness and care shown by the staff of the Civic Hospital, and also to the staff and residents of the Landmark Residence for giving so generously of their love and support and making George and Betty&rsquo;s time there so enjoyable. A private graveside service was held at Capital Funeral Home &amp; Cemetery. For those who wish, contributions in George&rsquo;s memory may be directed to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario.<br /></div>