Our condolences to Tony, Anne Marie, Theresia, and families. I’m sorry to lose a good brother-in-law. I have lots of good memories working for Bing and his brothers. I really enjoyed Bing’s weekly visits and will miss his stories a lot. Love Uncle Ray and Aunt Corinne. Hugs to all.
Our condolences to Tony and Ann Marie
Always enjoyed our chats when we met in Walmart.... I have known Bing for a long time.... Super C days and before....
Sorry now, we did not get him out to visit the Amish families like he wanted to do someday :( We shared many stories about the back roads of Kenabeek and Earlton and we both lost track of time doing this :) Tony was worried one day his dad would get into trouble on the back roads when exploring, such as a flat or stuck etc.... but that is what he loved to do.....it was Bing
Thinking of you at this difficult time and just sad I did not get to see him that day I met Ann Marie in the hospital waiting area across from his room. I will miss that familiar smile and wave but most of all those lengthy non planned chats.
Verna and Morgan Carson
Our sincerest condolences to Tony, Justin, Josh, Anne Marie, Connor, Dorian and Theresia.
I remember about age 5 or 6 my dad taking me down to "the pop factory" Pepsi production plant that Bing ran with his brothers. He took the time to give me a tour and I still remember today that sweet smell of the place, kind of a mix of all the different flavours and the cork used to seal the bottle caps.
He was an excellent businessman and knew how to provide top shelf customer service.
Friendly and kind human being.
John, Fae and Patricia Spencer.
Sending our sincere condolences to all the family and Theresa on Bing, s passing. He always had that big smile, a wave or time for a chat whenever we saw him .He will be missed by so many.
To Tony, Anne Marie and Theresa.....I was so sad to hear about Bing's passing. We are out of country so will not be there to wish you our condolences but you are in my thoughts and prayers. So many good memories and times to hold in your hearts forever.
Dear Tony, Justin, Josh, Anne Marie, Connor, Dorian and Theresia
Please know that we are thinking of you and send our love and support. Your dad, grandpa and best friend taught us many
Life Lessons as our family's favourite adventurer and storyteller. These are the ones we will remember and cherish the most:
1. Wander often and choose the road less travelled. Better people, sights, food, and memories will find you there.
2. When surrounded by family, find a comfy chair and tell a story.
3. Home is where you park it.
4. Always save room for pie.
As you seek solace and peace for the loss of a great man who was inspired by sunsets and stories, know that The Northern Ontario Bolgers, (a.k.a. The N.O.B.S at family reunions), will be here to welcome home your healing hearts.
Hug you soon. Love Bev, Paul and Taylor Jae Gordon
Condolences to all the Bastien family may you rest in peace Bing .
I admired Bing and his love to travel and experience new things. He was a good man and will be missed. Sending my love to all his family and to Theresia.
Barb and I send our sincerest condolences to his son Tony and daughter Anne Marie and their families and to Thesesa, his best friend. Such a great loss to the Bastien clan. We send our sympathies, as well, to his two brothers Percy and Richard...so very sorry for your loss. Will always be remembered and never forgotten.
Our deepest sympathies to one and all
Doug and Janet Spencer
Heartfelt condolences on your loss. His love will live on in all the generations of your family. Love, Carol Lucia and Mimo Abdelatty
So sorry for your loss Tony and family. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.
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