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Wayne Neil Catchpaugh
December 4, 1945 - November 1, 2016
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<div itemprop="description">Wayne Neil Catchpaugh<br> It is with great sadness that the family of Wayne Neil Catchpaugh announces his passing at the age of 70 from the QEII hospital, Halifax, Nova Scotia.<br>He is survived by his loving and devoted wife Carol, stepsons Robert Fraser (Deborah), David Fraser, daughter Cindyanne Luker (Lawrence) Edmonton, AB., son Alex Catchpaugh (Shelley) Calgary, AB., Mother Irene Knowlton Magog, QC., sister Lorraine Holt (Gerry) Georgeville QC., grandchildren Connor, Hannah, Reece, Jansyn, Brooke, Cody, Makayla, Courtney, and Meghan. Mother-in-law Catherine Butler, brother and sisters-in-law Ralph and Sheila Faulkner, Paul and Gillian Butler, Stephen and Marilyn Butler, Steven and Sandra Skinner and Michael Butler. Nephews Jason Holt (Annie) Brandon, Matthew and great nephew Pearson. Nieces Amanda Holt, Erin, Amber, Janelle, Lauren, Kenzie, Rylie and great nieces Daphne (please ad an accent over the e ), Riley and Meredith. Wayne was predeceased by his loving father Adrian Jasper Catchpaugh Magog QC.<br>Wayne was an active and energetic person who could put his hand to almost anything. He was always there to help family and friends whenever the need arose. He was born in Magog, QC. left home at age<br>17 to join the Royal Canadian Navy where he later became a clearance diver something he always dreamed of doing. His main passion was his love of sailing and the building of his cherished boat of 17 years.<br>Though he did not get to sail his dream far, it is the journey and the accomplishment of that dream that was foremost in his heart, and all who loved and were close to him realize this.<br>Wayne over his lifetime made many friends in his diving career, especially his loved companion divers and their families, his friends and co-workers at the Royal Nova Scotia Yacht Squadron, Wayne and Peter and their wives Edith and Melissa (close devoted friends), sailing friends at Armdale Yacht Club, so many wonderful and thoughtful church friends from St. Benedict Parish and Fairview United and our very closest friends over the years together who we travel and play cards with and so many more over his lifetime. He will be sorrowfully missed every moment of our days. Sail on my loving husband, father, brother, son, grampy, colleague and friend till we see you again in Gods Heavenly Kingdom.<br>Our deepest Gratitude goes out to all the Doctors and Nurses on 8.4 at the QEII hospital, especially Dr. Susan Rippley and Nurses Ryan Johnson and Marley Richards.<br>A funeral service will be held at St. Benedict Church 45 Radcliffe Dr. on Tuesday, November 8th at 10:30am with a reception to follow in the church auditorium. Remains will be interred at a future time.<br>In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Chalice or 1-800-776-6855 or a charity of your choice.<br></div>