Ziggy Martin Loos

Ziggy Martin Loos

Wednesday, April 10th, 1935 - Saturday, January 2nd, 2021
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R.W. Bro, and Noble Ziggy Martin Loos lived through the darkness of WWII in Germany, then made Canada his home in 1956 and had a colourful life. He loved his fraternities, and was the proud owner of Charlottenburgh Farm Equipment for more than 33 years. After a 10 year battle with dementia and near blindness, he left the darkness to be in the light with his Creator. As per his request, his remains were donated to the University of Ottawa and there will be no Service. As expressions of sympathy Memorial Donations to CHEO or to the Williamstown Fair would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements under the care and direction of the Munro & Morris Funeral Homes Ltd., 46 Oak St. Lancaster (613-347-3629). Condolences may be made online at Happy to meet, sorry to part, happy to meet again.
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Paul Syrduk

Posted at 01:29pm
Bridgette and Family- Our deepest condolences on the loss of your dear Ziggy. He was a kind gentleman, astute businessman and good friend. He will be greatly missed. Take care and God Bless. Paul and Charlene Syrduk


Posted at 06:37pm
Condolences and love to Bridgette and family. RIP our Brother.

Suzanne Desnoyers

Posted at 12:53pm
Ziggy was quite a fella... he loved telling his stories as much as he loved his family. His stories where from the heart of experiences he went through and how he got to where he was in life.. not to brag but from the hard work he accomplished and proud of... and when he put something to mind he went for it.. to show people that you could do anything you put your mind to it.. and he took part on teaching this to my children his grandkids who admired him whole heartedly ❤️ He was full of love & kindness... my sincere condolences to Brigette & Nicky,Robert & all grandkids and to all family and friends who he’s touch your heart and will always be there kept warm with fond memories.
Suzanne Desnoyers & family

Samuel Kalinowsky

Posted at 12:27pm
Sincere condolences to Bridgette and Family on the passing of our brother, RWor Bro Loos. May we find some comfort in the many pleasant memories of times spent to-gether. R.I.P. Ziggy, your work here is over!!! Sam Kalinowsky

Stanley & Iris Swerdfeger

Posted at 09:07am
Our deepest condolences to Bridgette and family on the loss of your husband and father. Stanley remembers the find work he did for the Kraft Plant in Williamstown. RIP Ziggy. Stanley & iris Swerdfeger

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