Leo Hintze (long-time real estate agent with Re/Max Parry Sound) passed away suddenly at the West Parry Sound Health Centre, on Saturday, December 17th, 2022. Age 81 years.

Beloved husband of Leena for 54 years. Loving father of Peter Hintze (Danielle and her children Jason and Breen); and Pia and her husband Kyle Forder. Cherished Ukki of Kiana Forder, Katriina Hintze, and Brigitte Hintze. Dear brother of Brigitte Nykanen and her family. Fondly remembered and missed by other family and friends.

As expressions of sympathy, donations to the West Parry Sound Health Centre, or the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated.


Our sincere condolences to Leena, Peter and Pia. We're thinking of you all during this difficult time.

-Scott and Tracey McGown

Leena and family, I was so very sorry to read of Leo’s passing. He was a wonderful man. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

-Susan Adamson

Sincerest condolences from Wayne and Jacqui Daub

-Wayne Daub

Leena Peter and Pia so sorry to hear of your loss Leo was a good man and an inspiration to all who knew him.

-Wayne Daub

Leena, Pia & Peter,
May the memories you have of your husband, father and friend mend the hurt your heart feels. Much love and comfort to you all.

-Arlene Hutchinson

Pia, and Hintze Family,

We send you and your family our deepest condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time.

Jay and Julie Thorogood

-Julie Thorogood

Sincerest condolences from Goose and Gail Gossling
Leena Peter and Pia we are so sorry to hear of your loss Leo was a good man and over the years he created may great memories for all

-Robert Gossling

Leena, Pia, Peter and family, we are truly sorry to hear about Leo. We have so many special memories of Leo from our years in Florida. He will be missed. Sending our love and heartfelt sympathy to you at this difficult time. Love, Steve & Linda Masica

-Steve & Linda Masica

Hi Leena,
My name is Gena. My husband Mike and I purchased the hunt camp from Leo. He was such a wonderful man. Spent time with us so that we understood the camp and the ins and outs. It is now not just a camp but we treat it as a cottage as well. Both of our children have learned to swim in Fenton Lake, fish, frog, hunt, and simply enjoy the outdoors. We still have some of Leo's pictures on the walls of the cabin because he built such an amazing retreat that we appreciate and love so much. He's part of our family in one sense. So sorry he passed, and sorry it took so long to reach out but he's in our thoughts every time we get to spend time there. Hope you are doing okay. The world is missing a very incredible person.

-Gena Phipps