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In Memory of
Dr. Edson "Ed" Smith
1943 - 2017
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Condolence From: Michelle Duquette
Condolence: Please accept my most sincere condolences...my thoughts and prayers are with you all...I first worked at the Golden Manor as a nurse's aid for 2 summers when I was a teenager....then had the privilege to work as a Registered Nurse for 3 years at the Golden Manor......thanks to Dr Smith and his recommendations ..... I worked as a community nurse at the VON for over 7 years ...Dr Smith was my mentor and teacher.....I was a grateful student and found him compassionate, dedicated and so hardworking....he is now an angel and has definitely earned his wings
Thursday November 30, 2017
Condolence From: Sharon Shewen
Condolence: Trying all day to think of the words to honour this wonderful man who was the most kind, human, brilliant, doctor, mentor, leader, team player, advocate, curious, fun, strong, energetic, loving Husband and Dad, (who knew he could cook too? - "cowboy stew"), quirky - proudly patched his trusted Volvo with red "bondo" stuff and wanted to drive the crane as we watched the new Manor being built! So much more to tell about his life changing work at the Manor and how gratifying it was to be part if that. For example - we once created a "Mash" unit in the auditorium to treat almost half of all the residents, who rapidly fell victim to what proved to be a major Norwalk viral illness - running IV fluids - saving them from having to be hospitalized - and relieving the local hospital as well. Between Dr Smith and Irene Deslauriers and I, we worked 24 hours a day for 3 days! Together with our wonderful staff we managed not to lose a single resident to that illness. I was heartbroken to learn that he developed dementia but know he would bravely accept his end. Rest in Peace my Dr Smith
My condolences to Helen and his family. He was so proud of all of you.
Wednesday November 29, 2017
Condolence From: Joyce Boucher
Condolence: To the Smith Family
We are sorry for your loss.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all the Smith family during these difficult times.
Ed was a good person and served his community very well
May he rest in peace
Joyce & Mike Boucher Ottawa
Wednesday November 29, 2017
Condolence From: Sylvia Barrette
Condolence: My deepest condolences to Helen and family for your loss. I was honoured and blessed during my nursing career to have worked along such a caring, dedicated and talented physician. Dr Smith was a blessing in the lives of all his patients and an inspiration to all who knew him and worked with him. Dr Smith you will be missed but your legacy will live on.
Wednesday November 29, 2017
Condolence From: Gilles Lamarche
Condolence: Sincere condolences to you and family Helen. Much love.
Gilles
Wednesday November 29, 2017
Condolence From: Tara & Charles Calise
Condolence: I am very sorry to hear about Dr. Smith. He was one of my dad's best friends and will be remembered through all of the wonderful stories I grew up hearing. It was a privilege knowing Dr. Smith and was very happy to see him during his visits to Florida with his family.

To Mrs. Smith and family - please know that we are thinking of you.

Tara and Charles Calise
Tuesday November 28, 2017
Condolence From: Marlene Pigeon
Condolence: I had the joy of working with Dr. smith for many years at the Golden Manor. I enjoyed the fact that he treated everyone with respect, whether you worked in housekeeping, maintenance, nursing, dietary, secretary or alongside him as another doctor or health care practitioner. His sense of humour was seen by all and he enjoyed a good joke or reminiscence. He was unfailingly patient, calm and kind to residents and family. My time working at the Manor was definitely made easier and more enjoyable thanks to his help and mentoring. It is one of life’s great ironies that he was afflicted by the very disease he spent most of his career studying and guiding others through. My condolences to his family
Tuesday November 28, 2017
Condolence From: Carol Halt
Condolence: Dr. Smith was kind, caring and compassionate, and willingly shared his knowledge with other health care providers. His vision for care of the elderly and those experiencing dementia became reality through the care, programs and services currently provided at the Golden Manor. He was a special man who will be dearly missed. My thoughts are with Helen and family. Sincerely, Carol Halt.
Monday November 27, 2017
Condolence From: Anna Loreto
Condolence: Helen and family. You all followed Ed thru a long journey with grace and courage.Having met Ed in my nursing days at St Mary,s and TDH I then sat with him when he delivered the Alzheimer's diagnosis to Mario and I It did not end there .He guided and suggested and was available thru our journey until lronically he and Mario reunited on special care Our time there was special My sympathies in your loss Our community has also lost a memorable man Sincerely Anna Loreto
Monday November 27, 2017
Condolence From: Sharron McLean (North Bay, On.)
Condolence: It is with the deepest sadness in hearing the passing of Dr. Ed Smith. I worked as an R.P.N and ward clerk on the medical floor for many years. Throughout those years I seen nothing but the most caring,patient and compassionate person that one could ever know. What a great Doctor/person! So many wonderful memories. My deepest condolences to Helen and family.
Monday November 27, 2017