Earl Bromley

Earl Edward Bromley

Monday, August 20th, 1928 - Monday, May 18th, 2020
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Earl Edward Bromley passed away at Southlake Regional Health Centre on Monday May 18th at the age of 91 years old. Earl was the beloved husband of Norma (nee Durant); loving father of Elaine (Ted), Carol (GP), Louise (Brian) and Gale (Jim) and brother to sister Joan McNeil of Calgary, and predeceased by sister Shirley Houghton and parents Edward and Ivy Bromley. Earl will be fondly remembered by his 11 grandchildren and 3 great grand children.

Earl and Norma spent many happy years raising their family in Don Mills, summering at the cottage in Keswick, Ontario and retirement for 32 years in Richmond B.C. until their return to Newmarket, Ontario last June. Earl enjoyed curling, lawn bowling, square dancing and had a great appreciation for music and singing. As a teen, he performed with the Anglican Young People’s Association and in Gilbert and Sullivan productions in Toronto.

As a young man, Earl was a soloist with Fairlawn Avenue United Church, Church of the Redeemer, Calvin Presbyterian Church and as a member of the Toronto Philharmonic Choir. Earl's career started with the Service Glass Company, as a journeyman in refrigeration with Simms Motor Units and later a property manager at Queen’s Quay Terminal, Market Square and for Royal LePage properties in Vancouver prior to his retirement. He will be missed by their many friends and relatives in Ontario and B.C.

Due to the current health situation, a celebration of life will be held at a future date. In lieu of flowers, please consider donations to help fight COVID-19.
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ted boyd

Posted at 12:48pm
I am very saddened by the news of Earls passing - my thoughts and prayers to Norma and the girls- words can not express my sorrow- Ted Boyd

John Congram

Posted at 03:23pm
I was looking through the Saturday memorials when the name Bromley jumped out at me. When I saw wife Norma I immediately knew who it was. It brought back many memories of the wonderful, talented Bromley family. When we lose a family member, even if their life has been long and full, it is still difficult. Have been thinking of you all at this time.
John Congram

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