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Encouraging friends to join him, he orchestrated numerous group expeditions to exotic destinations, sharing his passion and curiosity of foreign lands with clients worldwide. An avid sailor all his life he pioneered marketing Cape Breton as a world class destination and was instrumental as Commodore of the Northern Yacht Club in its successful bid to host the World Snipe Championships in Well known for his gregarious and generous qualities, his ongoing involvement in community service included the Northside Kinsmen, the Knights of Columbus and the Canadian Cancer Society where for years he headed the annual Daffodil Drive.

John was a member of St. Joseph's Church, North Sydney. Besides his parents he was predeceased by, Yvette Bartlett Brennan. Visitation for John will be held from p.

Dooley Funeral Home, Pleasant St. Funeral mass will be celebrated 10 a. Joseph's Church with Rev. Jim Attwood officiating, with a reception to follow in the church basement. Born in Eston, Saskatchewan, he was very much shaped by the Depression and war time period during which he was raised. Mike was very hard working as a youth and was active in sports in the Rosetown and Eston school districts.

After marrying Betty in Saskatoon, they moved to Calgary then Lethbridge in where the family lived for twenty-two years. As an involved parent raising five children in Lethbridge, Mike coached his children in sports, and later became involved with the Special Olympics and Parkinson's Society in Calgary. Mike ended his working life as an Industrial Developer in the Federal Government.

He was well read and remembered for his ability to recount most of the facts in the many books he read. In his retirement he took terrific enjoyment from his gardening and helping his children with their projects as they raised their own families and his grandchildren. Mike was also well known in his neighbourhood as the fund-raiser for charities. He is survived by his sister Beatrice Turcotte Paul in Saskatoon. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated.

He was promoted to Acting Sub Lieutenant on the 8th of May and on the outbreak of the Great War he was mobilised in October and was confirmed in the rank of Sub Lieutenant on the 7th of November On the 7th of November he was promoted to Lieutenant and in March he was posted to the 6, ton torpedo depot ship HMS "Vulcan" and was serving with her at the end of the war.

In he went to Rangoon where he worked for the port commissioners as a pilot and in he served as engineering officer on board the submarine HMS L3. He remained in the Royal Naval Reserve until the 7th of November when he was placed on the reserve list with the rank of Lieutenant Commander.

During this time his ship took part in the sinking of the U Boat U to the north east of Madeira on the 17th of December He was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross on the 7th of April On the 18th of August the ship was on escort duty when the merchantman "Hatarana" was hit by a torpedo fired by U The Pentstemon was forced to fire on the ship to scuttle her and picked up 20 survivors whom they took to Londonderry.

Following an attack with depth charges and gunfire "Keppel" rammed the enemy vessel and sank it. HMS "Keppel" then limped to port in Newfoundland for repairs to her bow. Byron relinquished command of the ship on the 2nd of December He was awarded a bar to his medal on the 22nd of February She was commissioned in December 7th , at Quebec City. She had previously made one round trip as a convoy escort overseas, and in May she was on the return leg of her second escort assignment.

The escort group has just handed Convoy OM over to another group of escorts, and was returning to the port of St. Just before midnight on 6 May , the ships were only 50 miles south of Cape Race, Newfoundland. Small icebergs scattered the area, confusing the radar picture. The ships sailed on, making good way to the safety of the Newfoundland port.

HMCS Valleyfield, was traveling astern of the other ships. The Officer of the Watch had just called for the middle watch, when the ASDIC operator gave a sudden warning of the presence of a submarine. Just as Action Stations were called at 4. The ship was broken in two, and she quickly began to settle into the water. As the ship was sinking, most of the ship?

In addition, oily water choked the survivors, as they huddled together, helping each other to survive. Some clambered on top of wreckage, or clung to carley floats. Others remained in the water, buoyed by the life jackets.

Now that the ship had completely sunk, they found themselves alone, with their escorts virtually unaware of the deadly occurrence astern. However, as was the doctrine at the time, the rescue did not begin until she had spent valuable time searching for the U-Boat which had caused the tragedy. By this time many men had given up, let go their hold on Carley floats or wreckage and sank from sight.

A total of men perished that night, all within the coastal shores of Newfoundland. There were 38 survivors. He relocated from Montreal to Victoria in when he and his wife, Sylvia retired. Jim was an active member of St. Jim was predeceased by his only brother Roy John in He will be lovingly remembered by his wife Sylvia, his daughter Diane Lynn Bosschaert John in Toronto, son Bruce Duncan Cathy in London, son Daniel Ross Sue in London, step son, Steven David Green, in Montreal, thirteen grandchildren and four great grandchildren, nine half sisters and brothers, plus many nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, May 30, at 2: Aidan's United Church St. In lieu of flowers, a donation to the Canadian Kidney Foundation would be appreciated by the family. The Times Colonist 02 May He died exhibiting those qualities that he did in life - integrity, love, compassion and bravery.

Cherished "great" grandfather to Sierra and Hayden, brother to Betty Complin. He will be deeply missed by many family and friends. He grew up in southwestern Ontario, then Toronto. He served with honour in W. Lyn and Spencer grew up in a home full of love, laughter and commitment to family. Dad and Mom loved to travel to many places. After mom's death, dad remarried Kathy and together they also travelled to many places including a re-crossing of the Atlantic.

If desired, expressions of sympathy to the Salvation Army would be sincerely appreciated by the family. Doug - was born on September 12, at Wilkie, Saskatchewan. Married with three sons, after his wife died, he remarried and acquired step-children. He passed away on March 19, at the age of 91 years.

A noted ski racer, ski jumper and ski instructor. Memorial Service will be on Monday, March 22, at 11 a. Victor was born in Winnipeg March 6, to parents Sidney and Ada. He was predeceased by his wife Louise, as well as his sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law. He will be deeply missed by his son Bruce and daughter Patricia Ken Deitz, and his grandson Micheal as well as his sisters Marge, Mary and Ruth, many nieces and nephews, and other family members.

He will also be missed by special friend Susan and her family and circle of friends at the store. He kept very busy with and enjoyed his various volunteer work. He also loved his annual salmon fishing trips out at the West Coast. After high school, Vic volunteered for the Navy in and served on convoy escort duty on the H.

Stone Town in the North Atlantic. After his service, he apprenticed and became a journeyman plumber and went on to work for Comstock International in various capacities until his retirement. He married Louise in and they lived and raised their family in the West Kildonan area until their move to Matlock. His service will be held on Saturday, February 22, at 1: Interment to follow at a later date. In lieu of flowers, you may make a donation to the charity of your choice. Beloved husband of the late Dorothy nee Hood.

Loving father of Sandra. Cherished grandfather to Jennifer and Kevin. Great grandfather to Anika, Maya, and Noah. Survived by his brother Hart of Sechelt, BC. Private arrangements have been entrusted to Kelly Funeral Homes In memoriam donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated. The Province 10 May Ron met the love of his life on a blind date and he and Betsy Joan Parkes of Winnipeg were wed in , joyfully spending the next fifty-three years together.

Ron conceived and designed the Collingwood School Open Area for the Calgary School Board in and the addition to the school was built under his supervision the following year. C was heavily involved in the Triwood Community Association where he coached boys hockey from to and re-instated girls hockey from to Ron Akela continued his boyhood Scouting 1st Stettler to by becoming a 4th Elks Triwood Cub leader from to Ron also introduced lacrosse to Triwood in and continued as lacrosse coordinator until Following his retirement from Air Canada in , after twenty-eight years of service with the airline, Ron became Northwest Calgary Bantam Minor Hockey Chairman until and school bus driver to Ron will be lovingly remembered by his wife, and lifelong companion, Betsy.

Kim Cunningham of Springfield, MA. Memorial tributes in lieu of flowers can be made to: Joe was born in Vernon River, P. At the age of 19 he went to sea on a Maritime-based hydrographic survey ship. Intrigued by the seafaring lifestyle, Joe joined the RCN in and made the navy his career for 28 years. During the war he served on Canadian naval destroyers escorting merchant ships across the Atlantic to Great Britain.

Joe had tremendous respect for merchantmen, whose deaths at sea during convoy runs was a common occurrence. In , Joe experienced firsthand the consequences of a torpedo when the stern of his ship was blown away by German U-boat As Chief Petty Officer in charge of damage control, Joe remained on board as part of a skeleton crew assigned to keep the ship afloat.

From to he helped supervise the completion of the construction of the Canadian aircraft carrier, HMCS Bonaventure. He began playing duplicate bridge at a club at Stadacona.

Attending numerous tournaments across North America, he became one of the leading players in the Maritimes. His passion for bridge never waned, nor did his prowess. Just 10 months ago, he and his esteemed partner Virginia Giza bested almost 5, other pairs from 28 countries in winning the Worldwide bridge contest. Visitation will be held p. The funeral mass will be held on Saturday at 10 a. Des served in the Royal Canadian navy from until including Korea He then went on to work in the DockyardShop 22 until Predeceased by his wife Audrey and son Gary.

Des is survived by his children, Margie and Pat Ronda. Also survived by sisters, Agnes, Grand and brothers, John and Ron as well as many other family members. Des loved to spend time with his family and enjoyed many family trips to Hawaii and camping in his much loved rocky Mountains.

He played many sports while in the navy and also enjoyed his chuck wagon races in the summer having spent many years with them growing up in Calgary. No service by request. He spent the majority of his adolescent years in Kelowna, wreaking havoc by driving cars too fast, attempting to burn down Knox Mountain, playing trumpet in any band he could and shooting pool when he should have been attending classes at Kelowna Secondary School with his girlfriend Joan Burnett and her brother Don.

In short, he was hell on wheels! They managed to tame him sort of. Love blossomed, then marriage and in , son Scott Taylor Dawson was born. Daughter Stacey Marie joined the family in Stu served on HMCS Stettler for a short time and didn't enjoy hitting his head on the bulkhead every time he went through a doorway or getting seasick. By fortunate coincidence, a high-ranking officer in the Navy Band Branch passed below a window one day when Stu was practising trumpet ashore and switched him over to a life as a military musician.

Having divorced in , Stu met Heather Davis in the Naden Band, married in and were posted together to Halifax to serve under the baton of Stu's lifelong friend, Jim Forde. When she retired in , they decided to move to Kelowna to be with their parents and siblings. He formed Dawson Brothers Contracting with brothers Doug and Ian and installed cabinets, built decks, laid flooring and miscellaneous construction jobs for appreciative clients.

Stu and Heather could be seen around town playing in bands: He was also an avid salmon fisherman, and a crack shot with a rifle. He was a regular at Chances Casino where people regarded him as the luckiest S. Stu predeceased his parents. Stu was responsible for providing happiness to thousands of people over the course of his life.

As a musician, he fronted dance bands both civilian and military and played in front of Canadian and foreign dignitaries, heads of state and royalty.

Admirals and Generals knew him by name and people were eager to buy him a drink, hoping to get "their song " played. When in a position of leadership formal or not Stu would sometimes feel the need for adjusting the attitude of one of his peers or even bosses. Curiously, the "target " always seemed to respect Stu just as much after, as before. Stu lived life large, with a smile and talent as big as his heart.

He wanted his friends and family to know that you made his life worth living; don't give up on your dreams and it's never too late to start another career. Life is too short but it is awfully wide. And finally, goodbye Stu from Heather I will see you on the other side. You will always be My friend, My love, My life. The Times Colonist 23 Jul Douglas Denny in the early hours of July 25th. He spent his early childhood in Northern Ontario before leaving for Toronto to complete his education at Upper Canada College.

High school graduation coincided with Canada at war. Doug's wish to enlist at once led him to King's College and an officer training course which resulted in his joining the Royal Canadian Naval Reserve as a sub-lieutenant.

With peace came the opportunity to pursue his lifelong goal to become a doctor. He entered Queen's University, graduating with an M. A trip to the west coast convinced him that this was the best 'port' in Canada, partly because it was here he met the love of his life Winifred and they were married in the same year. After interning at St. Paul's Hospital in Vancouver he set up practice in Burnaby and bought a 'heritage' home on Deer Lake where he and Winifred raised five highly individual children.

Both he and Winifred spent twenty wonderful mind-stretching years in magical places: Retirement brought them to Victoria where they settled in a harbor side condo. A memorial service will be held at the Union Club in Victoria on August 20th between 3 and 5 pm. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Doctors Without Borders. Sunset and evening star, And one clear call for me! Les porteurs seront ses petits-enfants. Desjardins aged 88, of Winnipeg, passed away.

Boniface, he attended St. He owned and operated the Desjardins Funeral Chapel and the Park Lawn Mortuary, retiring from the business in the early s. He was very active in community affairs, sports and politics. He was Alderman for the city of St. Boniface from to and represented St. Boniface in the provincial legislature from to having served in Cabinet for many years. He was predeceased by his first wife Bernice and daughters Michele and Patricia.

He is survived by his wife Mel, two daughters Caroline Jack Sinnock and Suzanne Bill Fournier , one stepson Christopher Keenan Louise , nine grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren, and his sister Patricia. Funeral Mass will be held on Tuesday, February 14 at Interment of the cremated remains will take place at a later date. Pallbearers will be his grandchildren. Flowers gratefully declined, donations may be made to a charity of your choice.

He was predeceased by brothers Henry and George, and by sisters Muriel and Eva. Jim will be remembered as a devoted family man and as a valued member of his community. He was born in the coal-mining town of Rosedale, Alberta, on May 23, Jim was married in , moving to Kitimat in , which was just then being created in the wilderness of north-coastal B.

Jim and Doreen moved to Ottawa in to be closer to family. Many thanks to the medical and nursing staff at the Glebe Centre for the sensitive, caring support Jim received during his seven months there. Jim's rich life will be celebrated by his family and close friends in a private ceremony. The Ottawa Citizen 31 May He was predeceased by Phyllis, his loving wife of 64 years. Together they raised three daughters, travelled worldwide, sailed on Lake Ontario throughout the scenic coves of Prince Edward County and enjoyed many dock parties with their dear friends.

While at their retirement paradise at Prinyers Cove they were actively involved in the County. In George founded Alumicor Ltd. In lieu of flowers donations to the Canadian Hero Fund at www. Dupuis, son of Mr. Norman Dupuis, Robert Street, Penetang, is reported missing, according to word received by his parents yesterday morning. Raymond was first called up for the army a year ago December, but last May he received his transfer to the navy.

He took the torpedo course, and after joining his ship has been some time on the high seas. He was on his way home to Canada when he was reported missing. The twenty-one year old seaman was born in Penetanguishene. Prior to joining the service he had lived all his life in his tome town, attending St. Anne's Public School there. There are nine other children in the family, four brothers and five sisters. His birth would soon be followed by that of Shureen Anne, Colleen Ruth, and almost nineteen years later, here in St.

Catharines, by his brother Samuel Wallace. Dad had thought a lot about this and chose the navy because he thought that he would look cuter in that uniform than any of the other services. He was scheduled to leave for Australia when the US dropped the bomb so his trip was cancelled. He was always just a little bit disappointed that the war ended when it did because it was always his dream to see Australia where his family had once lived. After the war Bill decided to stay here in St.

Catharines and work with his father Sam Edgar at the old St. While recovering in the St. Catharines General Hospital, he met a beautiful young nurse named Marion Botting who thought him quite fresh at the time. Marion and Bill married on October 21, and spent close to sixty-two years together, taking care of their family and each other.

It looked as if all of the kids would be boys when Kelly, Kerry and Kevin came along. Kirby, the fourth son, was born and then finally a baby girl, Kimberly, joined the Edgar clan. The kids all stayed very close while setting up their own extensions of the family. Kelly and Darlene live in St. Catharines and have two daughters. Kerry and Heather also brought up two daughters. The oldest, Bridget, married Craig Bullen and they have a daughter Cassady who recently acquired two new twin cousins, Violet and Eileen, who were born to Carolyn, the youngest daughter, and Luke Irvine.

Kirby and Stacey live here in St. Everyone will miss you, Dad. You were a great guy and we love you. Catharines on Saturday, January 12th from A Celebration of Bill's Life will take place on Saturday at He leaves behind Mary, his loving wife and best friend for over 54 years, his sons Grant Margie and Warren Charlotte , and 3 adoring grandchildren Evan, Cade, and Raven. He will also be dearly missed by his brother-in-law Elvet Florence and his children Laurie, Val and Greg.

Bill was born in Calgary in and served with the Royal Canadian Navy for over 14 years. Bill was a devoted husband and father, and "hugs all around" was a familiar phrase from him. Fondly known as "Uncle Bill" to his extended family, he would go out of his way to help anyone and nothing was too much trouble.

Bill's gift of making friends and touching people's lives will be missed. Vancouver Sun 04 Jun MacEachern Eldridge, died unexpectedly at his residence Oct. He was born in Beaver Harbour, the son of the late Maurice S. Eldridge and Ida M. In earlier years, he worked as a weir and lobster fisherman, then moved to Saint John where he worked for the Saint John Milling Company, PolyCello, and retired from the Bank of Canada.

He was an avid hunter, fisherman, and returned to Beaver Harbour in his retirement years, where he attended Christ Anglican Church in Pennfield. Enid Theriault of Beaver Harbour and Mrs. Charles of Pennfield; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral service will be held at Christ Anglican Church, Pennfield at 2 p. Canon David Genge officiating. Interment will take place in the adjoining cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, donations to Christ Anglican Church Building Fund , Pennfield, or the charity of the donor's choice, would be appreciated by the family. The Saint Croix Courier 19 Oct Reino was a caring and compassionate man. At age 12, after his father's death, he immigrated to Canada with his mother, to join his brother and sister. As a young man, he enlisted in the Royal Canadian navy sailing all over the world.

After the Navy, Reino returned to Thunder Bay. He worked at Provincial Papers for 31 years. He was also the custodian of Suomi Koti for a few years until retirement. He had a kind, loving, helping nature and carried these qualities with him everywhere he went. He had a positive outlook on life and always saw "the glass half full".

He would help or sing his heart out, any chance he could. He was also an active member at Hilldate Lutheran Church participating in the church services, choir, annual conferences and daily activities. His great pride was his 3 grandsons whom he loved and cherished with all his heart. He played a huge part in their daily lives. Reino is survived by his wife of 44 years, Sirkka, son Henry, daughter Pia, grandsons, Sam, Zakk and Jari, brother Toivo Anna , cousins, nieces, nephews, godchildren, relatives and friends in Canada and Finland.

Visitation for family and friends will start at A Luncheon will follow in the parish hall. Interment of Reino's ashes will take place at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations to Hilldale Lutheran Church would be greatly appreciated.

A retired member of the Royal Canadian Navy from ; who then joined the Corps of Commissionaires. During his time as a Commissionaire he had several posts, his last being the Maritime Command Museum in Stadacona. He enjoyed working with wood and painting pictures of nautical nature.

Also he loved to spend time at his cottage and take leisurely drives with the love of his life, Marjorie. Besides his parents, he was also predeceased by his loving and dutiful wife of 39 years Marjorie E.

Visitation will be held on Wednesday, Oct. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, or a charity of choice. His many friends are invited to join the family, and share their memories. The family requests no flowers, due to allergies, donations please to charity of your choice.

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Joe will be greatly missed by numerous friends and relatives in Victoria, California and Oregon and especially those from the Chief Petty Officers' Association. Joe served 26 years in the R. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Joe's name to the B. Predeceased by his beloved wife Pauline Livingston Fortington on February 12, Fondly remembered by grandchildren Tom, Amy and Andrew, and by his great-grandson Dylan.

Also survived by a niece and two nephews, Andrea, Mark and Ron Blackburn. Roy was predeceased by his parents, Archibald and Alice Marsh Forthington, by his sister Grace Blackburn and her husband George, and by two daughters-in-law, Marilyn and Rae Fortington. The family will receive friends from 12 noon until the time of the service. Interment will follow in Pinecrest Cemetery. In remembrance, donations to the Alzheimer Society or the Hospice of Providence Palliative Care will be gratefully acknowledged.

Bob passed on May 14, after a short illness. He will be fondly remembered by his many nieces, nephews and friends. He was a proud supporter of all of his grandchildren and their numerous sporting events. They always knew their Grandpa was their biggest fan. There will be a private family and friends celebration to follow. Details will be passed along as needed.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. Left to cherish his memory are his son Allan, grandson Brendan and granddaughter Heather, along with many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his beloved wife of 58 years, Gerry, his parents, Isabella and William Gibb, as well as by his sisters Jean and Ann.

Bill was a talented junior hockey player who served for five and a half years in the Canadian Navy during the Second World War, including service aboard HMCS Waskesiu at the time of the sinking of U After the War, he continued his lifelong interest in sports as a coach of both minor hockey and soccer teams in Winnipeg. He left a positive mark on every young person he coached. Bill was a co-organizer of the first minor soccer league in Winnipeg.

Gerry, Bill and Allan had a summer cottage on Lake Manitoba at Laurentia Beach where they spent many happy summers in the company of their lifelong friends, Walt and Denise Ritchie, and their family. Their extended happy hours at "the Lake" are legendary in family circles. Cremation has taken place and a memorial service will be held on Monday November 15 at 3: The service will terminate at the funeral home and will be followed by a reception.

If friends so desire, in lieu of flowers, a donation can be made to the Lung Association of Manitoba, McDermot, or to a charity of their choice. Richard was predeceased by his wife Margaret in May of after 68 years of marriage. Left to celebrate the lives of two wonderful parents are their daughters Lynda Smith, Fran Bonisteel and Laurie Clark along with her husband Chris. Recipients of a strong moral code, many life lessons and lots of happy memories are the grandchildren: Great-grandson Alexander Richard Nowitski was treasured by Richard.

His nieces and nephew are left with fond memories. Richard had a distinguished career of over 40 years with the Toronto Police Service including being a member of the original Homicide Squad. The staff provided superb medical care as well as compassion, friendship and kindness. At Richard's request, cremation has taken place and there will be no service.

Beloved husband of Dorothy Baggs. Survivor of the H. Valleyfield in May School teacher at Collegiate High School, St. Catharine's and Ancaster High School. Upon retirement, Donald spent his time travelling with Dorothy and spending time with his grandchildren. He will always be remembered for his witty sense of humour, strength and big, warm heart.

He adored his family and will be dearly missed. Many thanks to the staff at Wentworth Heights for their love and care over the past three years. A private family memorial to take place on Wednesday afternoon. If so desired, donations to the Alzheimer Society would be greatly appreciated. Stettler as a Petty Officer. He served his Lord as a member of St. Martin worked for Fitzimmons Fruit Co. During this time he earned his R.

Martin worked for Canada Post from until his retirement in Martin's second marriage to Shirleyann Lisenchuk took place in Thunder Bay in and he welcomed Bambi-Lynn and Cindy into his family. Shirley predeceased him in Martin was a dedicated member of Knox United Church, Shuniah Street, serving as secretary and singing in the choir.

Martin began performing as a magician while still a student in High School. He used his wit and humour to entertain the troops during WWII. Martin sang all his life, starting as a boy soprano in his home Church choir in Hamilton. He enjoyed his friends at the Rainy River Seniors Depot. The family would like to thank the Doctors, staff and volunteers of Rainy River Hospital for their care and support.

Martin was a dearly loved father and husband and was devoted to his family. He will be greatly missed by his family and all who encountered his humour and strength of spirit. Brother, Bernard Grinstead, Langley, B. Jean, Thunder Bay, On. Funeral services were held on Thursday, June 23, at 2 p. Boniface until war's end. His career in the lumber business began with H. In Bill and Maureen married and moved to the Toronto area where they lived for 25 years and where he successfully ran his wholesale lumber business.

He enjoyed life immensely in Toronto, made many lasting friendships and would be proud to say he attended the Maple Leaf's winning game in the Stanley Cup of ! Upon retirement he and Maureen returned to West Vancouver, built a home overlooking the ocean, travelled extensively and circumnavigated Vancouver Island twice on their yacht Temeraire V. A lifelong passion for walking, exploring the world and engaging with the people around him, Bill was also always drawn to the water; summer jobs with BC steamships, his years in the Navy, cottage "Eventually" on Lake Joseph, Muskoka, their return to West Vancouver and many seasons on their Grand Banks trawlers.

A private family memorial will be held. He leaves to mourn his loving wife, Vera, who shared his life for 63 years. Bill served in the Royal Canadian Navy He was one of a small number of crew who survived the sinking of the HMCS Valleyfield, which was torpedoed May while returning to Newfoundland from convoy duty on the North Atlantic. Including leave of absence for war service, he worked for the British Columbia Coastal Marine, a Division of the Canadian Pacific Railway, for 45 years.

At retirement Bill was the company accountant. In the early s, Bill and his uncle H. Fletcher were part of the group of fisherman who got together to construct one boathouse on Clover Point to replace many individual boathouses that had been destroyed in a fierce storm. Bill and his friend Ernie Dyer shingled the roof of the new boathouse. For many years, Bill was the secretary of the Clover Point Anglers Association, which was created to operate the boathouse.

He was awarded an Honorary Life Membership in the Association. We wish to give special thanks to the ambulance paramedics and the emergency staff of the Royal Jubilee Hospital. William's wishes were to be cremated.

The Times Colonist 04 Dec Bill was one of a small number of survivors and after recuperating joined HMCS Moncton on patrol off the Pacific coast. He was discharge after VJ Day He was a member of Legion Branch 7 Britannia, Victoria for 65 years.

Bill passed away in Andy was predeceased by his beloved wife, Dorothy and brothers Neil and Ross. After the war, Andy joined his father and brother in Holmes Appliances. At the age of 44, with his wife and 3 small children, he courageously opened Culligan Water Conditioning and developed the water treatment industry in Southern Alberta.

He loved his yearly west coast fishing trips as well as to many other local fishing holes. Throughout his illness, Andy always kept his sense of humour and his love of people. The family wishes to thank the staff at St. Ed was born and raised in Yorkton, SK. He participated in the battle of the Atlantic and the D-Day invasion. Ed was employed by CN Telecommunications for 39 years. He started his career as a lineman and at retirement he was employed as the Manager of Plant Maintenance Western Region.

He was particularly proud of being a founding member of the Westridge Community Club. Ed loved his seven grandchildren and spent many cherished times with them.

Most notably, pulling them in the wagons he lovingly constructed for them, building sand castles at Grand Beach, and roasting marshmallows around an open fire, while looking for the next encounter with chippie'. Ed loved to spend the summer with Anne and the kids in their summer trailer, with numerous trips to western Canada and the United States.

After retirement, Ed and Anne spent part of every winter in the southern United States or the Caribbean. In his spare time, he loved to garden and putter in his yard. The family would like to express their thanks to numerous friends for their assistance over the last few weeks.

Thanks also to the Poseidon staff for their care and attention. A celebration of Ed's life will be held on Friday, February 3, at Gordon - Passed away peacefully at home on September 4, , overlooking his beloved Evening Cove with his daughter Jennifer by his side.

Much loved husband of the late Margaret White , who predeceased him in Gordon was born in Calgary, Alberta on April 21, and was raised there with his brother Jack. They were married in Toronto on June 14, and moved to Edmonton after they were both discharged from the service.

In , Gordon graduated from the University of Alberta with a B. Sc in Petroleum Engineering. He and Margaret then settled in Calgary, where they raised their four daughters. Gordon was a founding member of the oil and gas community and never lost his passion for this industry.

He was well-respected for his honesty and professional standards. His handshake was his word. In , Gordon and Margaret retired to their dream home in Ladysmith, BC, where they spent many happy years.

An excellent athlete, Gordon was an avid skier and golfer and fan of the Calgary Stampeders and Calgary Flames.

His only brother, Jack, predeceased him in In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, Chemainus United Church or a charity of your choice.

He was on board the Canadian frigate Valleyfield, sunk in the North Atlantic while on convoy duty. Lieutenant Irvine did not belong to Valleyfield crew but had been called aboard her at sea on an errand of mercy. He received his first official sea appointment to the corvette H.

Halifax less than a month ago and on the return trip from the United Kingdom he had been called to the Canadian corvette Giffard to attend the commanding officer, Lt. Charles Petersen, of Victoria. He was about to return to his own shp when a rush call came from the Valleyfield saying that a man was critically ill and asking if the doctor could be spared.

Irvine went across to the frigate in a seaboat and was with his patient in the sick bay when the ship was sunk. Earl was the eldest of three boys. Harley, his middle brother passed away in , and Doug, his youngest brother, lives in Edmonton, Alberta.

When Earl was an infant, his family immigrated to Canada, eventually settling in Emo, Ontario. He spent his childhood years in Emo, where his Dad, Tom was the local barber and his mother, Maude was a school teacher. Earl left High School in to join the Canadian Navy.

Earl was a torpedo man. At the end of the war, Earl headed home to marry his childhood sweetheart, Millie Hunter in Sept. Soon after, they moved to Winnipeg, Manitoba where Earl found a career as a fireman. Son Rod was born in and a year later, daughter Lynne was born. In Earl and Millie welcomed a third child, Jeanne, into the family. During his family rearing years, Earl enjoyed camping, riding motorcycles and waterskiing. He loved the outdoors and spending those times with dear friends and family.

Earl especially loved the time spent with his two brothers, Harley and Doug Jobb. Earl retired from Sears in and moved to Redding, California to be near daughter Lynne's family and the beautiful lakes in Northern California. Earl and Millie loved to sit on their deck and look out at Mt.

They spent many weeks traveling in their motor home and wintered several years with other snowbirds in Arizona. They took several trips to Europe to visit Jeanne and her family. In at age 70, Earl was hit by a drunk driver as he and Millie were taking an evening stroll in their neighborhood. His injuries were extensive and doctors did not expect him to survive. Earl was in intensive care for 6 weeks and spent another 6 weeks in rehab. Doctors called him the million-dollar- miracle-man.

Earl had a strong will to live. After lots of physical therapy and determination, he was able to function independently. Earl is survived by: Rod, Lynne, Jeanne, grandchildren: Jack, Robbie, and Mae. A celebration of life will be held on Aug. Earl requested that he be cremated. Earl and Millie's ashes will be scattered at a later date in the Northern California area he loved so much. He always had smile on his face and never knew a stranger. He left an indelible mark on all his friends and family.

We love you and will miss you. Born in Sault Ste. Also survived by sister-in-law, Dorothy Shaver, of Vancouver and many nieces and nephews. Thomas and the last 25 years at the Kitchener Waterloo Record.

A memorial service will be held in the chapel of Canterbury Gardens, Sherbrooke St. A private service of interment will take place at Parkview Cemetery in Waterloo at a later date. If so desired, in lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. He was predeceased by his wife Viola in August of We would like to thank Tudor House for the great care they gave our dad. Thank you to Lillian Morriseau for always being a great friend and caregiver to our dad.

Thank you to Clifford Johnson for being a great friend to dad. Thank you to Bud Oliver for taking dad to church on Sundays. A very special thank you for our sister Lucy and Andy for looking after dad's affairs.

A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, November 4, at 4: We're sure George dad will be welcomed by many family members and former comrades that went before him. Gilbart Funeral Home, Selkirk in care of arrangements. Survived by two bros, 1 sis and seven grandkids. Harvey C2RP4 will be missed by his shipmates, family, friends, and volunteer partners. He loved to travel with Anna and take long walks. A Celebration of life for Harvey will be held on Wednesday June 4, at 1: Donations can be made in his memory to Vancouver Island Military Museum in Nanaimo, one of his last joys.

Predeceased by his wife Beverley, he is survived by his daughter Margaret, son Bruce, his grandsons Robert, Michael, David, and their mother, Brenda. At war's end, all four sons returned to their relieved parents. After 25 years in the RCN, Bob was retired. He soon realized that working on the water was better than the land; back to school, where he qualified as Master of a 'Home-Trade' Steamship. For twenty years, he worked for the Department of Transport, operating within Esquimalt Harbour as Master of tugboats, fireboats, and his favourite, the YFPs.

He became an avid golfer, and soon felt competent to join the left-handed amateur tour. Following his wishes, his ashes, and Beverley's, will be sprinkled at sea. He served in the Royal Canadian Navy R.

Andy met Zina in Vancouver after the war, they married and raised their family here. Andy worked for many years for Lafarge Cement. Funeral Service will be held Friday, August 23 at Burial at Ocean View, Imperial St. Reception to follow at W. The Vancouver Sun 21 Aug Dearly loved husband of the late Velvia Killoran ne Robinson Loving father-in-law of Larry Whittle and his children, Gregg and Jessica and his three grandchildren; Predeceased by his parents, William Killoran and his wife, Ethel Killoran nee Arguin Upon graduating from the University of Toronto as a Mechanical Engineer in , he joined Acres Consulting Services and spent 31 years primarily in the design of hydro-electric power generating stations.

He then joined the World Bank in Washington, D. In he retired to Balmy Beach Road and as a consulting Engineer carried out short term assignments in Africa and India until He was a member of St.

A serious hip injury in forced him to move into Lee Manor. The family would like to express their thanks to the excellent staff on 2 North in Lee Manor these past 8 years, the ladies from Creative Care Solutions who spent time with Clare for the past 2 years since his stroke and to George Rudolph, a true friend.

Friends may call at the Brian E. Interment will be adjacent to his wife in St. Upon completion of the Mass, eulogies and lunch will be in St. If so desired, the family would appreciate donations to St. He was predeceased by his younger sister, Alice MacFarlane ; infant son, Alan, and grandson, Michael. After the war, he managed Rockwell's Hardware Store in Kentville. He later joined the RCAF and had a very successful 27 year career as a communications technician. Always driven to improve his surroundings and those of his neighbours, Doug oversaw the revitalization of the village of Kinkora's infrastructure by instigating and overseeing a major upgrading of the sewer system.

Their research and development 30 years ago is having a direct influence on the Prince Edward Island government's renewed interest in an ethanol production program. Doug and Elaine moved to Berwick in to be near their family and again developed close ties to the community. Doug was a member of the Berwick Lions Club for a number of years and sold real estate out of the office of Joan Balcolm Realty. He may be best remembered as the guy who took your money at the Christ Church dinners for many years.

The family wishes to thank the following, but not exclusively, for the kindness and support they gave Doug during his heroic battle with cancer: John MacEachern, Berwick; Dr. A private family interment has been held in Berwick Cemetery. Joe worked for C. After his retirement from C. Joe worked first in Vancouver and then in Calgary until his retirement in To say that Joe was a character is an understatement.

Everyone he has known or touched has a "Joe" story. Please join us for a Celebration of his life on Saturday, December 11, at 3: Joe added richly to the tapestry of our lives, he will be remembered.

Harmony Funeral Services on care of arrangements. The Edmonton Journal 05 Nov He was predeceased by our Mom Muriel and our brother Edmond.

Family meant everything to Dad. Catharines Place for their care and compassion. Cremation has taken place. A private family funeral service will be held at a later date.

He was and always will be silly uncle Chris to niece Claira-Mae. Chris will be dearly missed by many aunts, uncles and cousins. Predeceased by his mother Patricia and mother-in-law Nancy Captain Q's adventure may have ended but he will be waiting on a beach for his first-mate Michelle. Thank you to Hearth Place Oshawa for love and support. Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Wednesday, November 18th at If so desired, donations to the Lukemia Lymphoma Society of Canada would be appreciated by the family.

She is also survived by her niece Ginny, nephews Coley, Jamie, Brent and their families, cousins and some very special friends that have been at her side throughout her illness. Aleks was owner of The Wool Shop for over 25 years where she made many friends and shared her expertise. Aleks also enjoyed flooding the Gram Avenue skating rink for many years, so the neighbourhood children could enjoy skating and hockey.

In her later years she enjoyed playing cards and trying her luck at the casino. Levesque and many true friends for their concern, care and compassion over the years.

As per Alek's wishes, cremation has taken place and there will be no visitation. A private interment will take place at Pleaseantview Mausoleum at a later date. If so desired, memorial donations to the Canadian Cancer Society or charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family. Predeceased by her husband Ken and daughter Elaine Stellar There will be no visitation or service. Catharines Hospital in her 77th year. Beloved wife of William 'Bill' for 57 years. Great grandmother of Ava Kay and Gabriela.

Vigil Prayers will be held in the funeral home on Thursday at 3: If so desired, donations to CNIB would be appreciated by the family. Predeceased by her husband John "Jack" of 58 years. Joan was an athlete and avid sports fan, especially of the Blue Jays. She and her husband Jack enjoyed boating and spent many summers with friends at the marina. Joan was a Bible Study Leader, teaching precept courses to numerous women.

She was known for her faith in God and her joy for life. Bastedo, nurse Irene Fisher and the staff at Pleasant Manor for their incredible care. Visitation at church from 2: If so desired, donations to Pleasant Manor or Canadian Bible League would be appreciated by the family. Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Thursday, October 22nd at 7: Interment at Lakeview Cemetery.

Predeceased by his wife Eileen nee Marshall in He was a long-time employee of the Ontario Paper Company, Thorold. The family would like to thank Norman's special nephew Tom and his wife Vikki for being there for him and Dr.

Raymond Harb for his years of excellent care. Interment at Victoria Lawn Cemetery. Beloved uncle of Brit, Christopher and Richard Marrs. Survived by many great nephews and nieces who will miss him dearly. Long time employee of Dunn Paper, for more than thirty years, he will be missed by friends and colleagues. Phillip was a true dog lover and if so desired, donations to the Humane Society would be appreciated by the family.

Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Wednesday, October 21st at She had a multitude of friends and an ability to extend herself to others. She took great care in the nuturing of her friendships. She radiated kindness, intelligence and wit. It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Alison, loving wife, caring daughter, fabulous sister, proud aunt on Tuesday, October 14th, with loved ones by her side.

Survived by her devoted husband Brent. Beloved daughter of Carol and Al. Much loved sister of Jennifer Craig , Allan Melissa. Alison will be lovingly remembered by her nephews Jacob and Adam. Her presence will never be forgotten, as she will forever be in our hearts. Her family would like to thank all of the staff at Toronto General Hospital. Online condolences may be made at www. Catharines Hospital in her 68th year. And her furry friends Sassy and Molly. Maragret spent her life caring for those around her.

She had a heart of gold and a will of steel. She found her calling as a home support worker, and was most happy when caring for others. Thank you to the staff at St. Your kindness and compassion helped us during this very difficult time. Funeral Service to celebrate her life will be held in the Chapel on Saturday at If so desired, donations to the Lung Association would be appreciated by the family.

Pat will forever be missed by her loving husband Ronald, with whom she shared 22 years. Predeceased by her late husband John Smith. Cherished friend to many in Orillia and St.

Pat is remembered for her devotion to family, her gentle kindness, and a wonderful sense of humour. Qawi and all oncology staff of 3B at the St. September 14, - September 27, Funeral Service will be held at hte funeral home on Wednesday, September 30 at January 9, - September 15, Cremation has taken place.

If so desired, donations to the Alzheimers Society would be appreciated by the family. The family wishes to thank Dr. Mike Torigian for his exceptional care and compassion as well as Lisa and Nurse Jan.

As per Sylvia's wishes cremation has taken place. If so desired, donations to Hospice Niagara would be appreciated. Vincent de Paul Society. Jim was an accomplished pianist and gardener. The family would like to thank Dr.

Timothy Tatzel and Dr. Andrea Delrue for giving Dad many extra years of life through their compassionate care. Stewart and his excellent medical team at NHS for being so attentive to Dad in his final hours. To dad's special friends Tom, Marge, Claire and Carol: As Dad said, "Without you I am nothing, but with you I have everything". Vigil Prayers will be held at the funeral home on Sunday at 2pm. Beloved husband of Sylvie Duclos. Loving father of Christine, Matthew and Nathan. Dennis worked for Ophardt Hygiene.

Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Saturday, September 19th at If so desired, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family. Phyllis will be missed by many nieces and nephews.

Inurnment at Lakeview Cemetery, Thorold on Tuesday at 2: If so desired, donations to Glengate Alliance Church would be appreciated by the family.

Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Friday, September 11th at 2: Loving companion, partner and friend for more than two decades of Donna Horhota. Jim was a lifetime resident of Thorold and very active in Thorold Sports. He worked at General Motors before retiring in Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated at St. Julia Church Glenridge Ave. Catharines on Friday, September 4th at In lieu of flowers, donations to the Parkinson's Society or the charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family.

Loving mother and best friend of Anne Bill Young. Dear gandmother of Ryan, Gavin Kat and Kirsten. Great grandmother of Emma and Kacey.

Cremation has taken place with a private interment. Beloved husband of Marie Pytko for 46 years. Dear brother of Melvin Bev and Gladys Gosson. Father of Kelly Gonzalez and Donald Edwardson. Grampa of 4 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren.

Survived by several nieces and nephews and his furry pals Paco and Denver. Don retired from Ontario Paper Company in At Don's request cremation has taken place with a private family service to be held.

If so desired, donations to Multiple Sclerosis Society would be appreciated by the family. Mom's love of life was infectious and deeply touched all who came in contact with her. Her service as President and later Zone Commander were both challenging and rewarding with so many friends all over Ontario. Jessie was predeceased by her husband Gord Jessie, known as "Bird" or "Nina" will be fondly remembered by 11 grandchildren: Alexandra, Jillian, Ava, Joshua and Brielle.

A prayer service will be held on Wednesday at The family wishes to extend a sincere thank you to the staff at Millenium Trail Manor, Niagara Falls. We are very grateful for the kindness and compassion provided by Dr.

McGarry who extended the quality and love of her life. Memorial donations to the charity of your choice would be appreciated in lieu of flowers. Predeceased by husband Henry of 65 years.

To date there are 10 great grandsons. Cremation has taken place and in lieu of flowers, a donation to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would greatly be appreciated. A special thank you to the nurses and staff at The Meadows of Dorchester and Niagara Gardens for their dedication and outstanding care for our mom.

Tom passed away at the St. Catharines Hospital with all his loving family by his side. Survived by his loving wife Dorothy Myre. The love of his life, his soul mate and best friend for sixty plus years.

He leaves 12 great grandchildren who called him Grandpa-pa and loved him so much. Tom was an avid Habs fan, but his passion was woodworking.

His shop was his palace. Tom was very ill for the last 11 years but pulled through many serious illnesses, this one was just too much. His will to live went downhill in the last couple years. He didn't want to give up but his body was too weak this time.

We will all miss the amazing man who we called Miracle Man. The family would like to thank the angels who not only took care of him, but his family as well on the Second Floor of the St.

Tatzel for his kind and compassionate care. Funeral Service will follow in the Chapel on Monday at 1: Mary will be sadly missed by many nieces, nephews, family and friends. Special thanks to the Staff at McNally House for their kindness and care.

Vigil Prayers will be held in the funeral home on Wednesday at 3: Beloved husband of Helen for 62 years. Ted was born and raised in St. He was proud to call Thorold home. Ted worked for Canada Post for 25 years retiring in He particulally enjoyed sharing stories with family and friends. Funeral Service will follow at If so desired, donations to the Hotel Dieu Shaver Hospital would be appreciated by the family. Beloved wife of Joseph Gabriele. Predeceased by her first husband John DiFruscio As per Lucy's request cremation has taken place and a private family service will take place.

If so desired, donations to Hospice Niagara and St. John's Anglican Church, Thorold would be appreciated by the family. Beloved wife of Uldis for 49 years. Loving mother of Paul, Lisa and Kurt. Sister of Elsie, Margaret and Lela. Joan worked as a caring RNA at several hospitals in the Toronto area.

Her big passion besides her family was traveling with her husband. Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Wednesday, August 5th at 1: In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family. Loving mother of Cindy Creighton Steve Humble.

Predeceased by her parents Carl and Della Purdy. Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Friday, July 31st at Beloved husband of Carol for 44 years. Predeceased by his sister Joan Bill Sams. John loved his family, especially his grandchildren and was very involved in their activities.

He retired from Empire Transpiration Limited in John loved to travel especially to Gaspe and to Maui. Very warm thank you to Barry and Darlene Williams, Shirley and Mike Power and all our friends and family near and far for their love and support. Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Tuesday, July 28th at 3: Catharines Hospital in his 67th year.

Beloved husband of Veronica Soper for 44 years. Dear grandfather of Zandalee Bedard and Jake Farr. Son-in-law of Charles late Betty Soper. Predeceased by parents Delvina and Gerard Bedard. Also survived by many nieces, nephews and cousins. In lieu of flowers, donations to Trillium Gift of Life would be appreciated by the family. Giesbrecht and all the nurses and staff at the Walker Cancer Centre for their care and compassion shown to Lynda.

Kerley and the staff at Hospice Niagara for their kindness and care. Vigil Prayers will be held in the funeral home on Monday at 3: Catharines Hospital in his 73rd year. Survived by his wife Lynn Rozon. Robert is survived by many family and friends. Dear Grandfather of 12 and Great Grandfather of 5.

Survived by sisters Geisla, Edith and Ruth, also survived by many nieces, nephews and their families in Germany and in Canada. As per Fred's wishes, cremation has taken place and there will be a Celebration of his life held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the Lung Association would be appreciated by the family. Son of the late John and Enina Venditti. Gerry will be missed by his uncle Angelo and aunt Nina, and many cousins, as well as the mother of his children, Wendy. Gerry played baseball, hockey and golf, bowled and was a fisherman and hunter.

He enjoyed entertaining his many friends and family in his home, particularly in his later years. They were all dear to him. He will be fondly remembered for his generosity. Rite of Committal with entombment to follow. If so desired, donations to Start Me Up Niagara would be appreciated by the family. Predeceased by her dear husband William 'Bill' Special Gramma Laura of 6 great grandchildren. Laura will also be fondly remembered by her many nieces and nephews. Survived by her sister-in-law Verna Washnuk.

Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Thursday, June 25th at If so desired, donations to the charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family. Beloved wife of John for 65 years. Mom loved and was very proud of her huge family.

She was Mom, Grandma, and most recently GeeGee, her preferred name for the wee ones. As per her wishes, we will be celebrating Mom's life with a private family service. However, we welcome any memories you may wish to share with us. If you would like to memorialize Mom, donations can be made in her honour to "The Friends of Beaverdams Church Restoration Fund" website www.

We will miss our mother terribly, but we have each other and 83 years of memories. Beloved wife of the late Milton Dear Gram of 15 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Survived by brothers-in-law Nelson Dieter and Robert Humphries. Nancy was an active member of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Thorold. DeSouza for their compassionate care. Funeral Service will be held at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church 24 Clairmont St. Private interment at Fonthill Cemetery. If so desired, donations to St.

Andrew's Presbyterian Church would be appreciated by the family. Predeceased by his parents Norval and Manila Bye. Survived by sister of Lois late Bruce Anderson. Uncle of Heather, Karen and Gary. Longtime friend Jeanette Larocque and Peter Conley.

Jack worked for Provincial Paper as a clerk until his retirement. Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Wednesday, June 3rd at If so desired, donations to the Canadian Diabetes Association would be appreciated.

Catharines Hospital after just recently celebrating her 90th birthday at Linhaven in St. Predeceased by her husband Gordon September Dearly loved aunt of Sharon and Peter Gauvreau. Survived by daughter Briar. Predeceased by a granddaughter, Leah. Evelyn is also survived by several great grandchildren and one great-great granddaughter. At a later date, there will be a private inurnment in Lakeview Cemetery, Thorold.

If so desired, memorial donations may be made to the charity of your choice. Predeceased by her husband Malcolm 'Mac' Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Saturday, May 2nd at 1: Predeceased by Gerard, her beloved husband of 63 years, and survived by her three sons Roger, Paul and Mark, granddaughters Anne-Michelle and Lisa-Marie Tessier, great-granddaughter Kathleen, and several generations of nieces and nephews. Elizabeth Tessier "Aunt Betty" to most graduated from the St.

Joseph Hospital School of Nursing in and was an active and dedicated Registered Nurse for almost 40 years, twenty-two of which were spent at the Niagara Peninsula Sanitarium, which was later renamed the Shaver Hospital. She loved nursing almost as much as she loved her family; she had a gift for knowing just where it hurt and what to do to make it better. As she requested, Elizabeth has been cremated. A celebration of her lifetime of loving and caring for others will be held in the Chapel on Thursday, April 30th at Interment with her husband and family will be held at a later date.

It would make her smile it expressions of sympathy were expressed as donations to the Registered Nurses Foundation of Ontario. Robert passed peacefully in the arms of his partner and true love, Sandra Anderson. The family would like to send a huge, heartfelt thank you to the doctors and staff at NaturoMedic and Hospice Niagara for their care and compassion. Robert was a man who lived with great passion and conviction. He truly loved life and wanted to share his love for life with everyone he met.

He will be deeply missed by all. As per Robert's wishes, he wanted everyone to remember him for one of his many gifts to us all, laughter. Pease join us to celebrate and honor his life in true "Robert form" at the Griffon Pub in St. Catharines on Saturday May 2nd at 6: The family has asked for any donations to be made to Hospice Niagara. She passed peacefully surrounded by her loving family on Friday, April 17th, at St.

Cherished sister of Marlene Cousins Ernie of St. Anne will be deeply missed by all of her aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends. Although she lived in Ontario for 49 years, her heart will forever be in Cape Breton. A service to celebrate her life will immediately follow at the funeral home chapel at In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Toronto Hospital for Sick Kids.

Catharines Hospital in her 67th year. Beloved wife of Richard for 44 years. Loving mother of Dana and Kelley Mathew Seeram. Dear grandmother of Priya.

Special thanks to the doctors and staff at the St. Catharines Hospital for their care and support. A Memorial Service will be held on Monday, April 27th at Helen was predeceased by her parents Leo and Catherine Doyle.

Helen was a devoted aunt to numerous nieces and nephews. Helen nursed for 38 years at Hotel Dieu Hospital and was a life long resident of Merritton. Vigil Prayers will be held in the funeral home on Thursday at 7: Patrick's Church 31 Chestnut St. Rite of Committal at Victoria Lawn Cemetery. Vincent dePaul Society would be appreciated by the family. Catharines Hospital in her 88th year. Funeral Service will follow in the Chapel at Predeceased by her husband Ronald Loving mother of Andrew Dymond and Mark Dymond.

Dear grandmother of Connor, Nicholas, Holly, Austin. Great grandmother of Joshua. Loving mother of Brendan, Kevin and Stephanie. Loving partner of Karen Cuddahee for 7 years. Aunt of Ashley and Beckett. Predeceased by parents Joseph and Marie Finucane. Will also be greatly missed by her faithful companion Kira. She was an avid hockey player and sports lover her entire life and was inducted into the Ontario Ball Hockey Hall of Fame in Many thanks to the wonderful people at Hospice Niagara and the cancer care nurses at the Niagara Health System.

Vigil Prayers will be held in the funeral home on Wednesday at 8: In lieu of flowers, donations to Hospice Niagara would be appreciated by the family. Catharines Hospital in his 93rd year. Predeceased by his wife Mary Great Dido of Nathan and Grace. Also survived by family members in Ukraine. George was a resident of Cobblestone Gardens. He worked for Ontario Paper Company retiring in Panachyda will be held in the funeral home on Tuesday at 7: Divine Liturgy will be celebrated at St.

Catharines on Wednesday, April 8th at Predeceased by her husband Louis Dear grandmother of 7 and great grandmother of 9. Mary is survived by sisters Martha and Shirley and brothers Roger and Jim. Mary was a longtime member of Trinity United Church in Thorold. If so desired, donations to Hospice Niagara or Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family. Beloved husband of Elizabeth Pereira for 32 years.

Loving father of Samantha Tim and Krystal. Dear grandfather of Audrina. Son-in-law of Arnold and Arline Pereira. Dave will be sadly missed by many nieces, nephews, family and friends. Affectionately referred to as Diamond Dave. Dave's number one priority was his family, he enjoyed travelling the world and loved to entertain and cook. He also loved to make people laugh and no one was ever safe. Dave worked for Ontario Paper for 28 years.

Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Saturday, March 28th at If so desired, donations to the Juravinski Cancer Centre, St. Joseph's Hospital or Hamilton General Hospital would be appreciated by the family. Caring sister of the late Lino, Primo and Ida Baldarelli.

Auntie Flora always found a way to make us laugh. Special thanks to the devoted staff at Cobblestone Gardens who gave great care and support. She will miss her weekly Bingo games. Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Tuesday, March 24th at If so desired, donations to the Cobblestone Gardens would be appreciated by the family.

Beloved husband of Anne for 50 years. Predeceased by his parents and brother Jack. George was born in Scotland and immigranted to Canada in George was a world traveller with his career as a mechanical engineer, and an avid golfer.

He will be sadly missed by all who knew him. Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Friday, March 20th at Great Nana of 13 and great great Nana of 4. Survived by niece Babs late Gord Matthews. Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Monday, March 16th at The family thanks the transplant unit Toronto General Hospital, Dr.

Marilyn lived for the love of her children, grandchildren her siblings and their children. She will be lovingly remembered for her sense of humour and courage. Catharines on Monday, February 9th, at the age of Daughter of the late Hendrik and Johanna Peters of Holland. Beloved wife of the late Henry Serravalle Predeceased by her son, Ralph Serravalle Sister-in-law of Helen Salane of Flushing, N.

Predeceased by brothers-in-law, Edward Salane and Anthony Serravalle Survived by many nieces and nephews. Wong and the staff at Linhaven. At Dini's request, there will be no visitation. A private family service will be held at a later date. Memorial donations in memory of Dini to the Canadian Mental Health Association Niagara would be appreciated by the family.

A private family service was held. Georgie was born in Larne, Co. Ireland, on December 12th, and immigrated to Canada in Georgie will be sadly missed and lovingly remembered by her husband, John, of 54 years; sister, Wilma Bertie ; aunt, Agnes; son Samuel Margaret ; son Colin Donna ; daughter Helen Michael ; granddaughters Meagan, Ceilidh and Ariana; her beloved dog, Wee Ziggy; and several other relatives in N.

We will always remember Mom for her kind heart, strong spirit, sense of humour and love of friends and family. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the Canadian Cancer Society or Alzheimer's Society in Mom's memory. Predeceased by her loving husband Jack March 9, A special thank you to the 2nd floor staff at Extendicare for the tender loving and compassionate care they extended to her, and to Dr. At Mary's request cremation has taken place.

A private family service was held for Mary and Jack. Catharines Hospital in his 62nd year. Dearly beloved father of Michael Andrew Nicci. Predeceased by his parents, Michael and Geneva Olexy. A private family service will be held. If so desired, donations to Children's Wish Foundation would be appreciated by the family. Dave passed away peacefully at Hotel Dieu Shaver on February 13th, , in his 80th year. He leaves many nieces, nephews and extended family and friends.

David Pounder Limited for over 40yrs. He was part of the first engineering graduating class of the University of Waterloo, and later also became a member of the Ontario Association of Architects. Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Tuesday, February 17th at 1: In memory of Dave donations to a charity of your choice or a contribution toward Max's education fund would be appreciated by the family. Predeceased by his wife Anna DiPaolo Loving father of Robert Joanne of N.

Predeceased by nine siblings. Gino was a member of Westlane Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses. He worked at Ontario Paper for 40 years before retiring in Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Tuesday, February 17th at Catharines Hospital in his 88th year. Beloved husband of Birdell for 59 years. Predeceased by sister Irene Walsh and brothers Walter and Norman.

If so desired, donations to the Parkinsons Society would be appreciated by the family. Beloved husband of Arlene Dahmer. Loving father of Darren Lorrie and Heather.

Proud grandfather of Chelsea who he adored and affectionately called "Schwuckmeister". Survived by several nieces and nephews. Art's claim to fame was playing with the Hamilton Tiger Cats in He worked at Transit Mixed Concrete from , retiring in Art was an avid fisherman and enjoyed Arlene's company on all of his trips over the years. He loved tending to his garden, enjoyed golfing and spending time with his family. He had a very strong faith and attended Resurrection Lutheran Church and will be sadly missed by all.

A thank you to Dr. Rose and all the doctors and nurses that helped care for him these last 3 years. Catharines on Wednesday, February 11th at In lieu of flowers, donations to Resurrection Lutheran Church or Canadian Diabetes Association would be appreciated by the family. Suddenly on Sunday, February 1st, at the age of Beloved father of Chad. Loving grandfather 'Popeye' of Brenna and Cole Keast. Son of Jane Lovie Bob and the late Gerald. Randy worked at TRW for 36 years, retiring in Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Thursday, February 5th at Predeceased by husband Dan Vernal Predeceased by his parents Paul and Therese Milot.

Loving husband of Angela Pitman. Dear father of Alex, Greg and Carissa. Loved son of Alice and the late Clinton 'Baldy' Doan. Uncle of Stephanie Scott Sherk. Great uncle of Melanie Sherk. Son-in-law of Marilynn Metcalfe and Bill Lawlor. Brother-in-law of Paul Pitman. A private funeral service will be held with interment at Doan's Ridge Cemetery.

Ignatius of Antioch Orthodox Church or charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family. Peacefully on Sunday, January 11th, at the St.

Catharines Hospital in her 85th year. Predeceased by her loving partner Roy Steadman. Great grandmother of Jack, Max and Cole. Survived by three brothers and one sister, and predeceased by two brothers. Phyllis worked at Steadman Jewellers for many years. Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Thursday, January 15th at If so desired, donations to. Peacefully on Saturday, January 10th, at the St. Catharines Hospital in her 93rd year. Predeceased by her husband Frank Henry Jackie and the late Fred Nancy.

Great grandmother of Cadence. Julia was a longtime member of St. Funeral service will be held in the Chapel on Wednesday, January 14th at Catharines Hospital in his 84th year. Beloved husband of Patricia for 56 years. Predeceased by his sister Margaret Bill Dandridge. Vigil Prayers will be held in the funeral home on Wednesday at 8pm. Rite of Committal to follow.

If so desired, donations to Help A Child Smile would be appreciated by the family. Predeceased by her husbands Marko Stefanich and Andrew Skladany Great grandmother of Maxwell and Eyolis Stefanich. She worked as a head cashier for Dominion Stores in Timmins and St. On Thursday, January 1st, at Chateau Gardens in his 94th year. Beloved son of the late Constantina Spancheff and Peter Kiroff. Dear brother of the late Helen Southwick and Louis Kiroff Dear cousin of Louie Spancheff.

Jimmy was a member of St. Lawrence Seaway in Thank you to the staff at Chateau Gardens for their care. Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Monday, January 5th at 1: If so desired, donations to the St. John's Anglican Church would be appreciated by the family. Beloved wife of Fred. Sherry worked for Padgett Business Services for 23 years. Daughter of Wanda and the late Cornelius. Devoted mom to her dog Wookie. DUFFY, David Richard After a brief and courageous fight with cancer, David passed away at home surrounded by his loving family and most importantly his dog Bandit on Thursday, December 4th, at the age of Son of Lynn and the late Don Duffy.

Best friend of Becky and Bandit. A celebration of his David's will be held at a later date. Eryka will be sadly missed and remembered by her loving parents Alan and Krystal.

Eryka's smile will be greatly missed by many family and friends. If so desired, donations to the Children's Wish Foundation would be appreciated by the family. Predeceased by her husband Rosaire of 56 years. Grandmere of Nicholas, Alessia, Megan and Kaitlyn. She will be missed by many nieces and nephews. Juliette was a lifetime member of St. Aloysius Church in Thorold South. Special thanks to the DiMillo family for the love and care.

Vigil Prayers will be held in the funeral home on Thursday at 3pm. Funeral Mass will be held at St. Aloysius Church Morton St. Catharines Hospital in his 79th year. Beloved husband of Patricia Wilson for 55 years.

Predeceased by infant son Thomas and parents Eugene and Lily. He is survived by many nieces and nephews. He resided at Henley House for the last year and we thank you for the care he received. Interment at a later date.

Beloved husband of Anne Mullen for 38 years. Predeceased by parents Daniel and Rose Docherty. He will be greatly missed by many nieces and nephews. Mike owned and operated Thorold Imports with his brother Vincent for over 20 years. Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Friday, November 14th at Loving mother of Giovanni Susie and Randy Maria.

Sister of Edo Joan and Ron Judy. Special thanks to the staff at Millenium Trail Manor and Willoughby Manor for their kindness and care. Predeceased by his wife Betty of 56 years. Gord worked for Hayes-Dana for over 30 years. Survived by sister Elva Barrett. Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Monday, November 10th at 1: If so desired, donations to Community Living Fort Erie would be appreciated by the family.

Peacefully at the St. Catharines Hospital surrounded by his family, on Wednesday, November 5th, in his 90th year. Predeceased by his wife Dolores of 50 years. Dear grandfather of Brian G. Survived by daughter-in-law Cheryl Richard. Brother-in-law of Charles Soper. Ed will be sadly missed by many nieces, nephews, family and friends. He worked, owned and operated Ed's Service Station for 54 years.

Ed served with the Canadian Army overseas in England and Europe from He was a talented oil painter, patient fisherman, loved playing the accordian and listening to opera. Vigil Prayers will be held in the funeral home on Sunday at 6: In lieu of flowers, donations to Sick Children's Hospital would be appreciated by the family. Beloved husband of Nancy Savage. Loving father of Adam. Loved son of Dorothy and the late Ted. Darryn will be sadly missed by his grandmother Jean.

He is survived by many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Beloved husband of Sophie Levchuk for 62 years. Dear grandfather of Taylor and Travis.

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