Edward Daryl McEllistrum “Stringer”

Edward Daryl McEllistrum AKA “Stringer”, passed away peacefully at the Chatham Kent Hospice on Wednesday September 12, 2018 at the age of 66. Son of the late Gordon (June 1982) and Lynn (September 2011) McElistrum. Brother of the late Debbie McEllistrum (December 2001), Dean McEllistrun and his wife Denise of Chatham and Candy Corbin and the late Mike King (Aug 2016). Father of Nicole Brown of Chatham. Grandfather of Jesse Beemer and wife Shawan of Chatham, Sarah Beemer, Jarrett De Baets and wife Mellissa of Saskatoon. Great grandfather of Drake, Amairah, Drayden Beemer, Hunter, Brantley and Lakelyn De Baets. Special uncle of Cale McEllistrum and wife Melissa and family, Tina Martin and family, Justin Martin and family, Sabrina Corbin-Boston and husband Kevin and family, Mike P. King and Curtis Baylis. Stringer will be sadly missed by all at “Rodeo’s Shop”. Special thanks to James at Life Transitions for assistance and after care of Daryle. Cremation has taken place. All are welcome to attend a Celebration of Stringers Life on Sunday November 18, 2018 at 2 pm at the Garage Restaurant (3 Stanley St, Merlin, ON. )

10 Comments on “Edward Daryl McEllistrum “Stringer””

  1. I have known Stringer for about five years, since then I have met a few family members and I want to send my condolences to all of them. If you wanted to have something fixed, no matter what, he fixed it. He will be missed by everyone, great guy. R.I.P. my friend.

  2. My condolences Dean Denise ,Candy and Nicole and your family. Stringer and I go back a lot of years and spent many a night at the old T house and Aberdeen. We also enjoyed a lot of weekends at MIS for the nascar races. Even though the lat few years we didn’t, see lot of each other I often thought of him. I’m glad I got over to see him a few weeks back and have a good visit. R.I.P Buddy

  3. I was sorry to hear of Stringer’s passing, my condolences to the family. I very much appreciated all the times when he and Bill Moore would come out and sit with John before he passed. He’s joining one big party upstairs.

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