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Donald Knoll

Donald Carl Knoll

Tuesday, June 16th, 1931 - Friday, March 20th, 2020
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Obituary

Donald Carl Knoll
It is with great sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of Donald Carl Knoll in his 89th year at the Hotel Dieu Shaver on Friday, March 20, 2020. Husband of much loved Edythe (Toth) and dear father of Laurie (Robert) Sodtke and Larry (Shelly) Knoll. He was a loving grandfather to Shawn (Kristin) Sodtke, Emma and Paige Knoll. A special great-grandfather to Lillian Sodtke. He leaves behind two dear sisters Gertrude Hallborg and Agnes (Fred) Warner, bother-in-law Roy House, sisters-in-law Betty Douglas, Evelyn Knoll and Frances Toth, as well as many nieces and nephews.

Predeceased by his parents Robert and Nora (Gram), siblings Alfred, John, Irving, Dorothy Kleine and Sadie House, as well as brothers-in-law George Smid, Ernest Kleine, Barry Douglas, James and Ted Toth, sister-in-law Phyllis Knoll, father and mother-in-law Andrew and Rosie Toth.

Don was an accountant for 35 years at Inco (Vale) in Port Colborne. During his retirement he enjoyed keeping busy with many home projects with Edythe and cherished the love of his dear family. He was a faithful church member and was actively involved in community work.

Many thanks to all the various health care professionals who compassionately aided in Don's care including the LHINS staff, Dr. Arvinte and the health care team at Hotel Dieu Shaver in St. Catharines.

The memorial service to honour Don's life will be announced on a later date.
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Online condolences may be shared at www.pedlarfuneralhome.ca
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Heather and Graeme Ott

Posted at 12:02pm
What a beautiful picture of Don. Our sympathy and condolences to you Edythe and your family at this doubly difficult
time. We are sending our love and hugs, praying God will be with you in the days ahead, giving you peace and comfort.
CW

Cheryl Werner

Posted at 01:40pm
Don will be missed greatly, always a happy smile and a caring gentleman. Always will be remembered by us. Our sympathy goes out to the family, Rejoice in your many memories. May God give you the peace that you seek. Willi & Cheryl Werner
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LawsonSnider

Posted at 07:35am
Please accept our sincerest condolences in your loss.
Sorrow and grief is difficult , but at times like this when you need lots of hugs and support, it’s that much more difficult.
Share your grief and sorrow as best you can , and know that you have loved ones sending hugs over the air waves.
God be with you now and in the future.
Lawson Snider and Marilyn Robinson
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