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Douglas Cryderman
In Memory of
Douglas Charles
Cryderman
1931 - 2021
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Condolence From: Bob McCubbing
Condolence: I met Douglas three years ago when I moved in to the condo next to his in Ottawa. He was immediately a thoughtful neighbour who would check in and see how things were going. I would see and chat with him most weeks as we became friends as well as neighbours.

My condolences to Douglas' family as we mourn the loss of a wonderful person.
Tuesday April 13, 2021
Condolence From: john Clay
Condolence: Doug was an acquainance of high regard and long standing. He was a perfect gentleman who always shared a good word and a kind thought. We were both solicitors from the early days of Ottawa U. Law. May Doug Rest in Peace.
Friday April 09, 2021
Condolence From: Frances and Clive Marin
Condolence: From the time he waterskied on the river until his final days spent sitting on his deck, Ault Island always meant a great deal to Douglas. His family cottage with its memories was a place to relax and escape the pressures of city life.

Not only was Douglas a generous neighbour but a kind and convivial friend. He enjoyed celebrating the seasonal holidays (his cabbage salad was much-requested) and was proud of his Canada Day gatherings which attracted many friends and neighbours.

We shall greatly miss his regular arrivals, when he changed into shorts and was ready to discuss the latest news with his benevolent view of the world. He became very much part of our lives and we shall miss him enormously.
Friday April 09, 2021
Condolence From: Anne-Marie and Claude Poirier
Condolence: We would like to offer Mr. Cryderman's family and friends our sincere condolences. Mr. Cryderman was a special soul. You could always count on a very interesting conversation, he was so full of knowledge. I think we shared an admiration for Anderson Cooper and our conversations would always include him. May he rest in peace, heaven is gaining a very special man. Our thoughts and prayers are with you in these difficult times. We are better people because our paths crossed. Anne-Marie and Claude Poirier
Wednesday April 07, 2021
Condolence From: Dianne Poirier
Condolence: It was with great sadness to learn of his passing. He was always interested in political discussions and attended many events. I was honoured to attend his July 1st celebrations on Ault Island. Douglas was a kind gentleman! He will be sadly missed. Sincere condolences to family and friends!
Dianne
Wednesday April 07, 2021
Condolence From: Rev. Peter Cazaly
Condolence: On behalf of the congregation of Holy Trinity Anglican in Riverside Heights, we extend our condolences on the death of Doug Cryderman. Doug attended services at Holy Trinity whenever he was at his Ault Island residence and we will miss him in our midst. May he rest in peace.
Wednesday April 07, 2021
Condolence From: John C. Searle
Condolence: With great sorrow, I will miss a truly great friend, buddy, companion, that I had known for over seventy (70) years. Rest in Peace Doug. I will miss our get-togethers, talking about the old days in our younger years.

Tuesday April 06, 2021
Condolence From: Jean (Cryderman) and Lesa McDonald
Condolence: My mom now 93 years of age Jean McDonald was Douglas's first cousin. We will miss his visits. We were saddened to hear of his passing. Mom says Aunt Edith and Uncle Fred loved him dearly and were so proud of their son and can now be reunited with him in heaven. Rest in peace Douglas and God Bless.

Jean and Lesa
Saturday April 03, 2021
Condolence From: Jim Brownell
Condolence: It is with sadness that I learned of Doug's passing. I shall always remember his interest in politics and the support he gave to me during my political career. Doug's Canada Day "Wine and Cheese" gatherings at his summer place on Ault Island will never be forgotten. Rest in Peace, my friend.
Jim Brownell
Saturday April 03, 2021
Condolence From: Justin Thibault
Condolence: There are people who come into our lives for a reason. They meet us where we are but leave us forever changed. Thank you for being one of those people for me.

Rest in peace, dear friend.
Friday April 02, 2021
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