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Handed absent peacefully at the Winchester District Memorial Clinic on Wednesday, December 21, 2022, Wayne Disheau of Morrisburg, age 80. Loving partner of Ann Disheau (nee Liezert) for 59 yrs. Loving father of Janis Bueley (Doug) of Winchester and Jennifer Gingrich of Kitchener. Wayne will be fondly remembered by his grandchildren Patrick (Renee), Kendra and William. Expensive brother of Betty Disheau-Smith of Massena, Carol Dahl of Cranbrook, B.C. and Louella Smail of Brinston. Pricey brother-in-regulation of Beverley Disheau of Morrisburg, Bev Disheau of Morrisburg, Winston Baker of Iroquois, Doug Liezert (Cheryl) of Glen Stewart, Deborah Shaver (Mike) of Stampville and Dale Liezert (Marian) of Dixons Corners. He was predeceased by his moms and dads Albert and Eva Disheau, his sisters Verla Perrin (Ron), Heather Baker, his brothers Glendon, Wallace, Warren and Bert Disheau and his brothers-in-law Harold Smith, Frank Dahl and Donald Liezert (Barbara). He is also survived by a number of nieces and nephews.

Funeral Preparations

A memorial support will be held at Lakeshore Generate United Church in Morrisburg on Thursday, December 29th at 11 a.m. A reception will observe at Allan Corridor. Donations to Lakeshore Push United Church or Winchester Hospital would be gratefully acknowledged by the relatives. If you are producing your donation on the net or by cheque instantly to the charity, remember to include things like the adhering to notice with your gift “please notify the family”. On line condolences might be made at

Spring Inurnment of Cremated Remains

Iroquois Stage Cemetery

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