Our Deepest Condolences!

Ontario Sailing sends its deepest condolences to Ontario Sailing’s past Executive Director Al Will, Ontario Sailing’s past Program Director Megan Medlock, and their families on the loss of their wife and mother.


Will, Pamela Susan (nee Smith)

Born Sudbury August 8, 1953

Died Dundas Thursday March 8, 2018

Beloved wife of Allan for 43 years, and loving mother of Megan Medlock & husband Ryan Medlock and Morgan Will & husband Greg Henderson, and fun-loving, active, wonderful Grandmother to Meredith and Beth Medlock and Jordyn Hardy-Henderson. Sister of Patti Smith  & husband Robin Harkness, and sister of Robin Smith & wife Leslie Smith. Sister-in-law to George Will & wife Helen Will, and to John Will (Deceased) and wife Peggy Will (deceased). Aunt to many nieces and nephews from Nova Scotia, Ontario,  BC and California. A retired teacher from PJCI Brantford. Hobbies of hiking, gardening, fitness and jogging. Family activities with children and grandchildren included skiing, kayaking, swimming, sailing, stand up paddle boarding, balancing on the lily pad with granddaughters and of course hot tubing & swimming. Pam was a volunteer at Yorkview Public School, St. Paul’s United Church Community dinners and Hamilton Out Of The Cold. Entertaining family and friends was always a huge part of her life with so many amazing friends that supported the family for the last year as Pam battled cancer. Special thanks to Dr. A Razak (Mt. Sinai), Dr. B. Loewith,  Dr A. Kerigan and our support team from the LHIN.  In Lieu of flowers, donations please to www.HamiltonOutOfTheCold.ca, your local YMCA Children’s Camp (ymcacanada.ca) or the charity of your choice.

Visitation and service at St. Paul’s United Church 29 Park St West (Corner of Cross St) Dundas , Accessible Entrance off Park St Parking Lot. Visitation from 2 – 4 pm and 6 – 8 pm in the parlour on Friday March 9th.  Service at 11 am with reception to follow on Saturday March 10th.


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