Leonard James Maginnis

Leonard passed away on Monday June 14, 2021 at Woodstock hospital. He leaves behind his children Gerald (Teresa), Julie (Stephen) and Michael (Colleen). Len will be missed by his grandchildren Alecia (Matthew), Shari (Darcy), Christine (Lewis), Travis, Abbey, Pyper, and Julian (Jess) as well as great grandchildren Tristan, Harrison, Cali and Braxton. He will be missed by his siblings Doug (Betty), Olive, Gwen (Ted), Nora, Jean (Jim) and John (Helen). Fondly remembered by his girlfriend Marie McCall.

Born in Woodstock he also lived in Turkey Point, Bayfield, Florida and ultimately Woodstock. Len enjoyed life and is remembered for his kindness and huge heart. He was a volunteer in many organizations over his lifetime and was always ready to help his friends. Len loved playing banjo and jamming with all of his friends.

The family would like to thank LHIN for those who cared for Len at home and to the staff at the Woodstock Hospital for the excellent care for our father and making sure we were comfortable and well informed about his care.

Cremation has taken place, Wareing Cremation Services Inc. entrusted with his arrangements.

A Celebration of Life has been scheduled for Saturday September 11, 2021 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the UNIFOR Hall ,126 Beale Street, Woodstock (subject to COVID restrictions)

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  • Our condolences to the entire Maginnis Family from myself and the the Gaudier Family . Many fond memories of our well respected Park Row neighbors . I still picture parents Mr and Mrs Maginnis .We younger children would argue property line land issues and I recall Lens ’65 Pontiac on Bakers Cab which I sometimes drove after acquiring my first taxi license . Len and Marilyn were of kind hearts and will be remembered . Respectfully . Don (Jenny) Gaudier

    Donald Gaudier
  • Julie,
    The ones we love are never gone, they live within our hearts forever!
    Sharing in your loss with love and friendship.
    Our Condolences to you and your family

    Patty & Jeff Richardson
  • Our heartfelt condolences to Len’s family at this difficult time. Len was a gentle person, the kind of person we were fortunate to know. It was a pleasure to have him as part of our extended family. We know the last couple of years were difficult for him. May he rest in peace.

    Darlene & Bob Clift
  • So sorry to hear about Uncle Len’s passing. He was always a happy man but was sad to hear his last few years were not easy for him. Thinking of you Gerald, Julie, Mike and your families at this difficult time.

    Chris Fischer (Pittock)
  • Sorry to hear about Uncle Lens passing. My thoughts and prayers to all. Uncle Len is a kind heart caring person. You always felted welcome around him. He will be missed.

    Jeff Colins
  • So sorry to hear of Len’s passing, he really was one of a kind.
    We’ll see you in September.

    Rick and Linda Symons
  • Uncle Lenonard, I will always remember your smile, your laughter, your kindness. You will be fondly missed. My heartfelt condolences go out to Gerald, Julie and Michael and their families. May you Rest in Peace.

    Brenda Spittal Loker
  • My sincerest sympathy to you all, Julie your Dad was an amazing man with such a positive outlook on life even with all of his health challenges, really a spirit to be admired, thinking of you all

    Angela Moore
  • Mike, Colleen and Family
    So sorry for your loss.
    He will be missed.

    Sharon Lapointe
  • Mike, Colleen and Family
    So sorry for your loss.
    He will be missed.

    Sharon Lapointe

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