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Died: February 7, 2016
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the death of James (Jim) Dunlop who passed away on February 7 at his home in Cornwall, Ontario. Jim was born in Windsor, Ontario to proud parents Alvin and Gerry Dunlop. Jim is survived by his loving mother Gerry Dunlop (Kentville, Nova Scotia), his sister Margo Cadegan (Ernest Cadegan, Port Williams, Nova Scotia), his three children Blair (Whistler, BC), Kimberly (Reykjavik, Iceland) and Ross Dunlop (Guelph, Ontario), two grandchildren Sebastian and Alice (Ross and Cat Dunlop) and nieces Laura and Meg Roberts. He was predeceased by his Dad, Alvin and niece Catherine Roberts. Jim was a logistical wizard in his professional career, working exclusively in transportation and warehousing including positions at Maritime Warehousing and Transfer in Dartmouth, Imperial Tobacco in Moncton and Montreal and Matrix Logistic in Mississauga and Cornwall. Jim was a man of great talent, an avid fisherman and devoted Montreal Canadians fan. He was a wonderful father who lived actively with his children, coaching hockey and soccer over the years. He was a gifted basketball player and avid skier. He loved to travel and had devised a "Bucket List" after his MS diagnosis to see the world. He made it to Alaska, Australia, Indonesia and Iceland in recent years just to name a few. His legend and will live on through his children and grandchildren for generations to come. We miss you dearly. Cremation has taken place. Memorial donations made to the MS Society. Online condolences may be made through

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822 Pitt Street
Cornwall, ON K6J 3S2
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Published in The Windsor Star on Feb. 13, 2016
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