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Phil Carrier

Phil Carrier

Wednesday, December 20th, 1944 - Friday, August 7th, 2020
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Phil Carrier December 20th 1944 – August 7th 2020
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the sudden passing of our loved one Phil Carrier at the age of 75. Phil was born in Dalhousie, New Brunswick, moved to Levack at the age of 16 where he met his wife of 54 years, Nonie Cameron. In his younger years Phil enjoyed hunting, fishing, sledding and skiing. Later in life being at the cottage on Windy Lake with family and friends gave him years of happiness.
Phil worked for 37 years as a rigger in Levack for Inco.
Phil was the proud father of son Timothy wife Monique St. Louis and daughter Cynthia husband David Aelick. He was a very proud Papa to his grandsons: Robert (Malia), Greg (Carrie), Brandon (Tiffany), Christopher (Paige) and Jayson (Brittany),
His heart was filled with love for his great grandchildren Makenna, Noah, Christian, Ethan, Deacon, and Jaxon. Also survived by loving Sister in Law Elizabeth Carrier and brothers in law Jim Cameron, also many nieces and nephews, Predeceased by his loving parents David and Anastasia Carrier, and 12 siblings.
As per Phil’s wishes there will be no service. We would like to thank the staff at Health Sciences North, on 7th floor North Tower, and ICU for all their care and kindness they gave to Phil, Also for the support and compassion to our family. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Sudbury Diabetes Association, and / or Canadian Cancer Society or a Charity of your choice.
Cremation entrusted to Park Lawn Cremation Services.
379 Horobin St. Sudbury, Ontario
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Brian Koski

Posted at 12:03pm
Just was informed by Gail. Sorry to hear about Phil's passing Nony. I always enjoyed our conversations when we met often on our stretch of Burma road. Our sincere condolences. Brian & Alice

Jim Cameron

Posted at 11:40am
Phil was my brother-in-law. I knew him from the time he was 16 and l was 19. At that time he was quiet and shy because he began a new life in Levack. His older siblings Leo and Shirley were already established there.. I look back with a smile when he came a courting for my sister Nora aka Nonie. Our pop Duncan could scare the bark off a tree on those days but Phil succeeded with much humility and perseverance.. He was smitten.
In the early years Phil took a variety of jobs while he waited to reach the age of 18 in order to work for INCO. HE delivered groceries for Piccolo brother grocery store with Bernie Sherwood. He worked at Levack Dairy with Ed Piaskoski and that large family.
Once he joined INCO and married my sister in 1966 his dream of a better life began to take shape.
Phil was a great husband,father and friend because he was kind and not judgmental.
His good humour and generosity was genuine. He was the number 2 man at the Bluebird Restaurant. His pal Peter Dusick was number 1.Lots of memories at that location.
Phil fought many ailments bravely for many years without complaint. He sure did not want to leave his beloved family. Sadly his body could take no more. He will be truly missed.
Jim Cameron

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