In Memory of




Obituary for Anthony Benjamin Wood

Anthony Benjamin Tony Wood arrived March 26th, 1943 in London, England and departed July 4, 2022 in Orono, Ontario. Tony immigrated from England in 1951 with his parents Doreen and Benjamin Wood. Canada was a paradise for him. He enjoyed all that was to offer in Canada especially the outdoors. Hunting, fishing, canoeing and camping were some of his many pleasures. Tony chose to die with dignity surrounded by his loving family: his wife Betty Ann of 56 years, children, and grandchildren - Gilbert (Karen), Maggie Benjamin, Simon, Wood; Tina (Nick Brown) , Nicholas Wieringa, Christopher Wieringa, Ryleigh Brown; Lori (Jason Feddema), Andrew, Sam, Lizzy Feddema. Tony enjoyed many adventures with his family as well as travels with Betty Ann to destinations including all provinces in Canada, visits to the USA and Europe as well as winter vacations in St. Martin. Tony enjoyed golfing at Dalewood with the senior men's league. He spent many years hunting with members of the John’s Lake Hunt Camp. Tony sat on many committees including Kirby Public School PTA, Clark High School PTA, Municipal of Clarington committees as well as Ganaraska Forest Board. Tony also coached Orono soccer for more than 10 years. Tony will be truly missed by his best friend of over 60 years Bob Marshall, as well as his numerous nieces, nephews and his cousins, Sue, Joanna, and Yvonne in England and Barry, Steve, Dennis, Elaine and Pat in Niagara.

We will have a celebration of life Thursday, July 14th, 2022 from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. with tribute at 3:00 p.m at the Orono Town Hall Orono, Ontario. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Newcastle Funeral Home Mill Street Newcastle, Ontario.

If desired, donations in Tony's memory can be made to St. Saviours Anglican Church Orono, Ontario OR a charity of your choice.

Donations to St. Saviour’s Anglican Church by cheque, e-transfer or online.

By cheque and mailed to:
P.O. Box 435, 23 Mill Street
Orono, ON L0B 1M0

By E-transfer to security answer CHURCH. Follow up with an email with your full name and address for a tax receipt.

Or by copying and pasting the link to the CanadaHelps page

All information can be found on St. Saviours website