Harry Vandekemp cause of death: Harry Vandekemp, 54-year-old, of Toronto, Ontario, the owner of Golden Crisp Fish & Chips passed away suddenly from a heart attack on Thursday, November 25, 2021, around 8:47 pm. On Monday, November 29, 2021, Golden Crisp Fish & Chips shared the news of his demise on their official page on Facebook. The post read “Our beloved Harry passed away suddenly Thursday evening with a massive heart attack. This man loved his customers, his family and Jesus beyond measure. Oh, how we will miss him.”
He is born on February 24, 1967, he is married to his beloved wife and friend Judy, and together they gave birth to five amazing and wonderful children Becca (Scott), Amy (Collins), Katie (Caleb), Matthew(Esther), Gloria. 20 minutes before the attack he was cheerfully riding his bike, ringing the bell and singing. He had finished a full day of work and was walking up the first flight of stairs to his home when he collapsed and took his final breath. He will be dearly missed by his wife, five children, and four grandchildren.
Golden Crisp Fish & Chips is a multi-generational family-owned business in Toronto, Ontario that serves classic British style Halibut, Haddock, Roughy, and Alaskan Whitefish with beautiful fresh-cut fries. It was founded in 1961 by Harry’s father Jan Vandekemp. The building was burned down in 1988, Harry rebuilt, redesigned, and revitalized it, which he has been running it over the years until his death. For over 50 years Golden Crisp Fish & Chips is still serving the classic English style fish and chips to their customers with daily lunch specials, kid’s deals.
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