Oliver Warren Tabobandung passed away suddenly at home, on Wednesday, December 30th, 2020. Age 59 years.
Predeceased by parents Hubert and Hazel. Beloved husband of Leah. Dear father of Randi Ingram, Oliver and his wife Amanda, Trevor, Jana and her husband Edward, and the late Nick and Tina Lynn. Poppa to Terrance, Caroline, Eleanor, Trinity, Noah, Odin, Aqualia, Eunique, Damien, Swaydence, Addison, Markus, Paislee, Quin, and Jayk. Dear brother of Verna; Eric and Diane; Tina and Chico Ralf; Ivy and her husband Peter Scammell; Nancy and John Emerson; Bob and Lindsay; Victor and Joanne; Amy; and the late Vaughan and Gene. Fondly remembered by his many nephews, nieces, other relatives, and friends.
Cremation has taken place. A Celebration of Oliver’s Life will take place at a later date when it is safe for friends and family to gather.
As expressions of sympathy, donations to the Wasauksing Kinomaugewgamik would be greatly appreciated.
Sending our love, prayers, and strength!!! ❤️❤️🙏🏽🙏🏽
Many, many great memories with Ollie from pig roasts, watching the boys, and snowmobiling. Thinking of you all.
Gods speed, my friend.-Terry "Skid" Pegahmagabow
You were always a part of our lives. We carry fond memories of you showing up at the dock unexpectedly. Helping to build our first wooden dock and pull the boat house back onto dry land. You will be missed. We know you are now where the sky is your roof. We will meet again. Until then say Hi to Mary, my Dad and my brother for us.-Lisa Foy and family
Sure gonna miss you, and your wonderful laughter! Sleep tight Ollie, until we meet again. Hugs to you all, your in our thoughts and prayers.
Laura Pegahmagabow & Gordo too!-Laura Pegahmagabow
Sincere condolences to the family.-Gail Walker
Rest In Peace ol Friend!-Melanie Dixon
Deepest condolences and prayers to the whole family.-Rebeka Tabobondung
Condolences and Healing Blessings to your family!-Jen Maramba
I always admired you Olly. I took great joy in visiting you and the family at the old house. Always a warm smile, helping hand and laughter. Your traditional hunting and fishing skills left many satisfied with a traditional meal, stories and laugher around the fire. Fond memories. May your spirit soar; journey well my cousin. Pam Tabobondung .-Pamela Tabobondung
Had the privilege of having a part in your entire journey from the days with your parents in Caswell Bay to now. Mino Niwehnbin Shiimehn-vincent chechock
You and I shared many memories growing up on Parry Island.
My memories of you will not be forgotten my friend.
You will be missed.