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Bud Warwick

March 26, 1925 - April 16, 2020

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It is with great sadness and heavy hearts that we share that Stewart (Bud) Frederick Warwick has passed away peacefully, in his 95th year, at his family’s home in Midhurst on April 16th, 2020. Beloved husband to Trish (nee Conroy), married for 65 years, loving and proud father to Jackie (Ken), and adoring Grand Dad to Kyle and Alannah. Family was absolutely everything to Bud. He was predeceased by his parents Stewart and Gertrude, brother William (Bill), and son Michael.

Bud served with the Royal Canadian Air Force from 1943-46. He then attended Queen’s University in 1951, where he graduated, with Honours, in Electrical Engineering. Bud had a long and distinguished career with CN Rail (1941-86) retiring as Director of Intermodal Services. He was well respected by his colleagues, and through his work, he received numerous distinguished service awards.

Bud was an avid bird watcher, and enjoyed many annual excursions to Point Pelee with his long time friend, Albert Wood, of London. He also had a passion for golf, and was a well-known member of Markland Wood Golf & Country Club in Etobicoke. Bud was also a bridge enthusiast, as well as a formidable pool player. He was very comitted to fitness, and in spite of numerous health setbacks, he never gave up, and continued to exercise to the best of his ability.

Bud always had a song in his heart, and will be fondly remembered for the way he always entered a room, singing songs from what seemed to be an almost endless repertoire. He had the greatest sense of humour, and lived his life with admirable determination and unwavering commitment to his family. Bud has touched more lives than he will ever know – he will be truly missed and cherished by his family and friends.

Due to the current pandemic, interment will be held a later date. Condolences may be forwarded through adamsfuneralhome.ca