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Michael Geofry Laur

In Loving Memory


Born in Sarnia, Ontario

May 21, 1951

Died in Chatham, Ontario

October 9, 2017

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Obituary Announcement

Laur, Michael


On Monday October 9, 2017, in Chatham Ontario, at the age of 66. Loving father of Lee-Anne LaPratte and her husband Craig of Sarnia, Paul Laur and his fiancé Laura Causley, Sharon Laur and her fiancé Clarence Dam, and Lucas Baker. Grandfather of Alishia, Nicholas, Jessica and Justin. Survived by his siblings Sharon Langille and Carol her husband Dan Schoonjans, and his nieces and nephews. Michael will be remembered by his former wife Cathrine Scott. Predeceased by his daughter Anne-Marie, his son Michael and his sister Bonnie and her husband Norm Zavitz. Friends will be received at the McCormack Funeral Home – Stewart Chapel, 254 George Street (at College Avenue) for visitation on Monday October 16, at 10 am. A Funeral Service will follow at McCormack Funeral Home at 11 am. Interment to follow at Resurrection Cemetery, 1885 London Line, Sarnia. Remembrances and condolences can be expressed to the family online in “Michael’s Guestbook” at In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated.



McCormack Funeral Home

Monday October 16, 2017

10 - 11 am.

Funeral Service

McCormack Funeral Home

Monday October 16, 2017

11 am.


Resurrection Cemetery


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We met Mike through my brother Kelly. Mike was kinda shy with us but we did have some BBQ's together. He was a good guy. Sorry for your loss.

Bill and Kate Van Campen

So very sad over the loss of your dear Father (and Grandfather) and Friend. A good soul has departed but his memories shall never fade. Always remember the dearly departed is forever etched in the memory of the living. People will always remember your father as the good human being he was as his soul is gone but the memories will never fade. Look beyond the imperfections and remember him for the kind and loving human being he was. He passed knowing how very fortunate he was to have the beautiful children he had and he was very proud of each of you. And oh yes he was also a fantastic guitarist - that is impossible for any of us to forget. Stay strong, keep faith and keep the courage; that is what he would want for you. Always remembered fondly; Aunt Fran (sister-in-law)

Fran Broderick