Harry Mezenberg Obituary, Death – We are sorry to inform you of the passing of former Elgin County Warden Harry Mezenberg, who was 76 years old at the time of his passing. Mr. Mezenberg’s life was dedicated to serving the people of Elgin County. A significant amount of time was spent by Harry Mezenberg in that role as the incumbent.
We would like for his family, friends, and loved ones to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers during this trying time. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. In addition to his tenure as Elgin County Warden from 1996 to 1997, Warden Mezenberg served on the Elgin County Council for a combined total of twelve years, during which time he was elected to represent the Township of Aldborough (1986–1997).
During that time, he served as both the Reeve of the Township of Aldborough and the Deputy Reeve of that same municipality. In addition to this, he was a member of the Elgin County Council during this time and performed his duties in this capacity. Warden Mezenberg presided over the historic deliberations that eventually led to the amalgamation of Elgin’s municipalities. This was an important step in the city’s history. The amalgamation of Elgin’s municipalities led to this merger, which became official in 1998 and resulted in the structure that we use now.
This merger was the result of the structure that we use now. As a consequence of this, the framework that serves as the basis for the activities that we now undertake came into existence. It was a monumental accomplishment, and the reason he was able to pull it off was because he was able to find common ground, respect different points of view, and involve the members of our community in the process.
He was able to do all of these things successfully. All of these were within his capabilities, and he accomplished them all with flying colors. During this difficult time, everyone in this church is keeping the Mezenberg family, in its entirety, in their thoughts and prayers. We are thinking and praying for them as a family. Everyone is here to support you.