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Albert John Wentzell


Albert John Wentzell
Albert John Wentzell, 62, of Martins Point passed away suddenly at home on September 17th, 2020.

Born January 15th, 1958, Albert was a son of the late Doran & Grace (Barkhouse) Wentzell.

Albert is survived by his son, John & girlfriend, Shauna Himmelman; brothers, Garnet & Stuart (Ann) Wentzell and sister, Suzanne (David) Crouse, along with many nieces, nephews and extended family. He was a loving father and friend to everyone who will be missed greatly.

Albert was predeceased by an infant son, Brandon; siblings, Larry, Iris, Marie, Goldie, Violet; nephew, Jake and brother-in-law, Gerald.

In his spare time Albert enjoyed fishing which he did not do often but when given the opportunity he would take to the water to cast a line, and would enjoy the solace that it gave him. He also enjoyed a good cup of coffee, sitting on his deck and just relaxing watching people travel to and from. Albert had 2 companions he loved having near him as well and those were his two cats, “Sassy” and “Casper”. Albert enjoyed spending time with family especially his son, John, who was the light in his eye.

A private family grave-side committal of ashes will be held at Baptist Church in Western Shore.

Family flowers only, memorial donations for Albert can be made to his son, John, to help with expenses.

Please be advised that our business office is temporarily operating on limited hours to the general public until further notice. If you require a visit to our office, please call ahead for an appointment by phoning 902-624-8241.

We are unable to receive memorial donations due to COVID-19. Please inform the Family of your memorial contribution through our website. Your memorial donation payment may then be sent directly to the requested charity or charity of your choice.

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