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RUTGERS, Hendrik Willem (Henry)
December 23, 2012
Born in Dinxperlo Holland November 25, 1932. Age 80. Passed peacefully with his devoted family at his side. Survived by his beloved wife of 57 years, Anne Rutgers, adoring daughters Dianne York (Fred), Janet Chesterfield (Ray) and Margie Anson (James) 8 Grandchildren, Aaron (Chantelle) Anson, Angela (Jim) Lonsbery, Matthew (Lindsay) York, Malorie York, Rachel Chesterfield, Juliana Chesterfield, Garret Anson and Thomas Anson, 3 Great Grandchildren, Brother John (Martha) Rutgers and Sister Wilhelmina (Theo) Tenbroeke, Sister-in-Laws Jean Rutgers, Rookje (Adrie) Vankempen, Annette Rutgers, Anne Rutgers and many nephews and nieces. Predeceased by siblings Bernard (Anne) Rutgers, William (Jean) Rutgers, Annie (Case) Boudry, Bernarda (Nick) Nieuwhof, and Theo (Annette) Rutgers. Henry was a longtime resident of Kingsville and was blessed with an occupation he loved, commercial fishing for 40 years. He enjoyed traveling with his wife Anne and faithfully served his community and church. Visitation at
C. Stuart Sykes Funeral Home
91 Division S., Kingsville
Friday 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Service at Faith Reformed Church, 1115 Seacliff E., Kingsville, Saturday 11 a.m. Rev. Ken Labbe officiating, interment Evergreen Memorial Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations are appreciated to the Parkinson's Society or Faith Reformed Church. A Special THANK YOU to the staff of Royal Oak for their care. Henry will be remembered for his enduring love. Condolences may be left at

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91 Division Street South
Kingsville, ON N9Y 1P5
(519) 733-4111
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Published in The Windsor Star from Dec. 27 to Dec. 28, 2012
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