Stanley A. Wootton

Stanley A. Wootton
Date of Death: June 03, 2021
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WOOTTON, Rev. Stanley Albert – of Guelph, passed away peacefully at his Mini Lakes residence on Thursday, June 3, 2021, at the age of 91.  

Beloved husband of the late Nancy Wootton. Loved father of Elizabeth Bowers (Ron), Jennifer Long (Chris), Richard Wootton (Anita), Heather Wootton (Craig Elias) and Jamie Wootton (Daina). Uncle to nieces Sheila McLaren (Neil), Lynn Judd (Bill), Dorothy Kraglund (Eric) and Kathryn Dertinger (Tom) and nephews Jim Griffith (Judy), Mike Ireson (Christina), Pete Ireson (Cheryl) and Steve Ireson (Chris). Cherished grandfather of Christopher, Jonathan, Erin, Shannon, Heather, Ryan, Adam, Emma, Liam, Ashley and Connor, and great grandfather of Noah, Emily, Jillian, Sebastian and Elizabeth. Great uncle to many great nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his sister Marnie Ireson.

As a minister in the United Church of Canada, Stan served congregations in Alberta, Quebec and Ontario, and currently was providing pastoral care at Dublin Street United Church in Guelph.

Stan’s joys were his family and friends, his cottage on Otter Lake, stimulating discussions and oil painting. Time with Stan was an invitation into the joy that is life and a vision of what life can be.

Cremation has taken place. A memorial service to celebrate Stan’s life will be held at a later date to be announced. Arrangements are entrusted to the WALL-CUSTANCE FUNERAL HOME & CHAPEL 519-822-0051 / www.wallcustance.com.

Memorial contributions to Dublin Street United Church, Guelph or St. Paul’s United Church, Dundas would be appreciated. 

 

A tree will be planted in memory of Stanley A. Wootton in the Wall-Custance Memorial Forest. 

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We have implemented the following measures to maintain the safety of both our staff and those that visit our facility:

• Enhanced and frequent cleanings, with particular focus on high-traffic and high contact areas.

• Hand-sanitizer is available in all high-traffic areas.

• Maintenance of physical distancing, both during visitations and services, and during our meetings with families.

• Ongoing communications with those that we serve to ensure that they are aware of the current Covid-19 colour rating of our municipality and the accompanying guidelines.

We continue to rely on the advice provided by health experts and are committed to doing all we can to keep our community healthy.

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Stanley A. Wootton

Stanley A. Wootton
Date of Death: June 03, 2021

WOOTTON, Rev. Stanley Albert – of Guelph, passed away peacefully at his Mini Lakes residence on Thursday, June 3, 2021, at the age of 91.  

Beloved husband of the late Nancy Wootton. Loved father of Elizabeth Bowers (Ron), Jennifer Long (Chris), Richard Wootton (Anita), Heather Wootton (Craig Elias) and Jamie Wootton (Daina). Uncle to nieces Sheila McLaren (Neil), Lynn Judd (Bill), Dorothy Kraglund (Eric) and Kathryn Dertinger (Tom) and nephews Jim Griffith (Judy), Mike Ireson (Christina), Pete Ireson (Cheryl) and Steve Ireson (Chris). Cherished grandfather of Christopher, Jonathan, Erin, Shannon, Heather, Ryan, Adam, Emma, Liam, Ashley and Connor, and great grandfather of Noah, Emily, Jillian, Sebastian and Elizabeth. Great uncle to many great nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his sister Marnie Ireson.

As a minister in the United Church of Canada, Stan served congregations in Alberta, Quebec and Ontario, and currently was providing pastoral care at Dublin Street United Church in Guelph.

Stan’s joys were his family and friends, his cottage on Otter Lake, stimulating discussions and oil painting. Time with Stan was an invitation into the joy that is life and a vision of what life can be.

Cremation has taken place. A memorial service to celebrate Stan’s life will be held at a later date to be announced. Arrangements are entrusted to the WALL-CUSTANCE FUNERAL HOME & CHAPEL 519-822-0051 / www.wallcustance.com.

Memorial contributions to Dublin Street United Church, Guelph or St. Paul’s United Church, Dundas would be appreciated. 

 

A tree will be planted in memory of Stanley A. Wootton in the Wall-Custance Memorial Forest. 

First Tree Date: June 3, 2021