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Well by not accepting that the principal will eventually be returned to the owner is like saying the property will be worth zero when you sell it, which is moronic. Sandbanks Provincial Park Address: We have reasons why you should come for a visit. Art realized he'd found his calling and studied to earn his skipper's ticket, which at the time made him the youngest tug skipper on the West Coast. Wally retired to London for 23 years. Alfred Alilio and Father Peter Ho officiating. He also leaves to mourn great-grandchildren Bianca, Zoe, and Ben.
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At Brockville peacefully October 24 in his seventy-ninth year. Predeceased by Brother Ralph. Brockville on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. The Funeral Service will be held in St. Peter's Anglican Church on Monday, October 27, at 11 a.
Interment will follow at Oakland Cemetery. Upon his return from service he worked as a Longshoreman on the local waterfront until his retirement. He had a love for fishing, golf, camping, travel, family gatherings and a morning game of "dirty dozen" with the love of his life, Mary.
Good-bye to a loving husband best friend and soul mate of 62 years, dad, grandfather, brother, father-in-law, uncle and an old and a new friend to many. We will miss you with all our hearts. But with many happy and funny memories, your warmth and unconditional love will always be with us and never be forgotten. No service by request. Beloved husband of Marion for 61 years. Son of the late George and Leila Bradt. Will be sadly missed by many nieces and nephews.
George served in many executive capacities during his 50 year membership with the Royal Canadian Legion. His most fulfilling position was as the Service Officer at Metropolitan Branch The family wishes to extend special thanks to the staff of Parkwood Hospital 4BWest.
Visitation on Wednesday, October 7th, and pm. Funeral service on Thursday, October 8th, The Windsor Star 05 Oct He was lost when Windflower was sunk on 07 Dec , then only 17 years of age. Born on 28 Feb , he was the son of Rev. He was a member of the Church of St. He served as a Drummer Boy with The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders to and with the Royal Winnipeg Rifles to , and after training in the Elements of Armour he was assigned as a wireless operator in the tank Screwball, and then in the tank Scimitar.
He trained with No. He spent his summers under training in frigates on the west coast. He was selected as an officer candidate and attended University of Manitoba on an RCN scholarship, graduating with a B.
He married his childhood sweetheart, Kathleen Stobie, on the day he graduated. He served in a number of RCN ships and shore establishments. He served as a nuclear, biological and chemical warfare staff officer. He was severely injured when he fell from the mast of HMCS Restigouche during her trails in Montreal, suffering a broken jaw, back, pelvis, right knee, both ankles and both feet.
Commander in , with a commendation from the Flag Officer Atlantic for bringing a highly sophisticated submarine detection system into operational use. When that contract was completed, he served as a department head at Dartmouth General Hospital.
He later served as a project coordinator with Spantec Limited and with Defense Construction Limited on the Dockyard redevelopment project. He retired in and devoted his time and effort to the advancement of Freemasonry and the Shriner's Orthopedic and Burned Children's Hospitals. He was a member of Fort Gary Lodge No. He was a life member of the University of Manitoba Alumni Association. No flowers by request of the family.
A Masonic service will be held Monday, April 3, at 7: Mattatall Funeral Home, Portland St. Private family interment at a later date. John proudly served 10 years in the Royal Canadian Navy from to and was employed at Wabco in Paris for 27 years. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. A Memorial Service will be held at St. James Anglican Church 8 Burwell St.
Paris on Saturday March 22, at 2: Buried in the Burnsland Cemetery, Calgary, Alberta. Predeceased by his loving wife Olga nee Munro of 57 years. He served on the H. S Revenge before accepting a posting as a convoy officer the Royal Canadian Navy in Stephen the weather ship and with D. He returned with his family to Victoria B. His works of ships and marine wildlife can be found in collections across Canada. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to a charity of your choice.
He was predeceased by his wife, Dorothy in He also served as the Course Officer for aspiring Weapons Specialists. His service at sea also included both Command and Executive Officer time. The Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, October 20th at 1: Inurnment will take place at a later date in Arran, SK. Clayton, 24, was married to the former Miss Olive Hann when he was home on leave in August.
She lives at Mayety St. Clayton had been in the navy four years and saw service in many parts of Europe and on the convoy route to Russia. Born in Toronto, he has three brothers, Thomas, Douglas and Norman. Thomas Clayton, live in Walkerton.
Newspaper clipping, the Globe and Mail, Friday, Dec. He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Madeleine nee Blight ; son John; daughter Barbara; grandsons, Thomas and Theo, and brother-in-law Jack Nordquist. Norm was predeceased by his infant son, William Michael; father Orval; mother Miriam, and sisters, Anne and Katherine.
Norm was forever grateful to them for opening their home to him following his father's death. For four years he flourished under their love, friendship and guidance. Norm graduated from Gordon Bell High School in Following the war Norm adventured with his Uncle Arch, sailing the Pacific coastline. He is an alumni of Phi Kappa Pi. Norm worked for Investors Syndicate as the editor of their publication, The Investor. Norm co-authored the Birder's Guide to Southeastern Manitoba , and was delighted to squire visiting birders to his favourite spots.
For many years Norm loved his yearly trips to Central and South America to bird and tour ancient ruins. Anyone who knew Norm was subjected to his puns! We know he will be missed We would like to express our sincere thanks and gratitude for the care and special kindness given by ward 2D, S.
To Don, Bonnie, Melissa, Francie and family - thank you for your tender love and care of my parents At Norm's request, cremation has taken place and there will be no service. No tree was sacrificed as per his directive! Donations in Norm's memory may be made to the: Manitoba Wildlife Rehabilitation Organization, P.
I've heard said that when you get to heaven, all the dogs you've ever loved will be there to greet you! Cindy, Bim, Lindy, Tinker and Tippy are waiting.
Cole, is the son of Mr. Bruce Cole, Simcoe, and a nephew of Mr. Cole, 34 Beresford Ave. Born in Simcoe, he lived in Toronto for some time while employed at a munitions plant. He enlisted early this year and trained at Toronto and Halifax. Born in Saint John, N. A long-time resident of Fox Point, he was an active member of the community and researcher of RCN history. He was the husband of Beverly Corbett and the late Irma Anderson.
He was predeceased by brothers, Leo and John; sister, Mary. Visitation will be held and p. Tuesday, funeral service 11 a. Wednesday, both in Ronald A. Burial to follow in Dartmouth Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Canadian Cancer Society. He was thrilled to learn of the birth of each of his thirteen great-grandchildren.
Uncle Babe to many nieces and nephews, his love of family naturally included step grandsons Mark and Dirk Safioles. In the family moved to St-Lambert, Quebec where he embraced the family oriented development of the community throughout the 50 plus years of residency. He was a man of integrity and caring evident in the hospice care Joyce and he gave to families during their 20 year winter escapes to Florida.
As it was his wish to donate his body to benefit science, a memorial gathering of family and friends is yet to be determined. Donations may be made to the CNIB. A renowned lover of animals who enjoyed swimming and golfing, his wonderful sense of humor and laughter will never be forgotten. The Vancouver Sun 10 Apr Davidson of London passed away nine days after his 88th birthday.
Beloved husband of 60 years to Olga nee Shewchuk Davidson. Survived by sisters Jean Fisk and Margaret Lee, as well as nieces and a nephew. An employee at Northern Electric in Montreal and London for 45 years, retiring in An active member of various outdoor groups. A memorial bench will be installed in Gibbons Park at a later date.
The family would like to express their appreciation to the staff of the Palliative Care Unit at Parkwood Hospital. Memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Wildlife Federation. He was born and educated in Toronto. Only child of James B. He is survived by his wife, Margaret Sauriol , his son Peter and his daughter-in-law Irena. This was before the Sea cadets became "Royal". Commissioned in , he transferred to the RCN in April , serving in a number of ships and establishments.
After retiring from the Navy in Dec. In all, he served the Government of Canada for 43 years. The year he retired from the Navy, he also graduated from St. He loved dogs and for some 40 years, one was always a member of his family. His body has been cremated and the ashes will be privately interred. The family will be at home and receiving friends from 2: Douglas Charles Dixon, born July 6, l Predeceased by his only brother Philip Ursula Dixon, 3 sisters: Doug married Norma Wintonick Latham Apr.
An ardent accomplished downhill skier Austria, Innisbrook, St. Fishing, hunting, sailoring were passions with Doug. His oral history project, interviewing many older plumbers, was accepted by then Mayor Jim Watson, at a ceremony at Ottawa's City Hall. These tapes are now at the Ottawa Archives. Even getting his hole-in-one at Madawaska Golf was an achievement for him. His own personal memoirs, recently hand-written in just published in book form on January 28th, show remarkable sense of duty, an adventurous life, well-lived with astounding recall.
In overcoming earlier cancer, Doug's later life brought him a multiple series of ailments; nonetheless he continued to live his own A-B-Cs of life: Being blessed with a loving family, helping neighbours and caring members of St. Andrew's United Church, Fitzroy Harbour brought him such joy. We, who are left, are thankful to have had Doug enrich our own lives in so many directions. Paul Enright and all the other numerous affiliated medical professionals who have been angels to this angel.
Resting at Boyce Funeral Home Ltd. Andrew's United Church, Fitzroy Harbour, officiating clergy: Interment at Whytes Cemetery, Fitzroy Harbour. In Doug's memory, expressions of sympathy and memorial donations of his choice were: The Ottawa Citizen on Feb. During the war, he served screen for fleet strikes against the Tirpitz in Alten Fiord, two Murmansk convoys and escort for Canadian troops at the invasion of Normandy.
He was promoted to Lieutenant Commander in Jack retired in For many years he continued to use his skills as a shipwright when called upon to do custom work at local shipyards. Like his brother, Albie, Jack enjoyed horseracing and frequently took trips to Santa Anita. He was activein many associations, enjoyed the theatre and the arts.
Predeceased by his son, George; brother, Albie and sister, Alice. Jack will be greatly missed by all who knew him. He was part of the fabric of our lives. The majority of what follows is the obituary he prepared, leaving this world as he lived it - organized to the nth degree.
During his flying career he flew five different fighter aircraft from five different aircraft carriers from Canada, Britain, and the United States. Promoted to Rear Admiral, he commanded the West Coast navy from to His final military position was a secondment to Foreign Affairs, and he retired in after 37 years of service. After retirement he worked as a consultant for two years and then as the Representative of British Columbia in Ottawa for seven years, retiring fully in After retirement he served another five years in the Naval Reserve as a Convoy Commodore.
In Ottawa he did volunteer work for the Ottawa General Hospital and several charities. As well, he was President of the Ottawa Canadian Club. Admiral Edwards will be cremated and there will be no visitation. A memorial celebration will be held at 2: Gordie Edwards made his mark on this world and he will be greatly missed. Published in The Ottawa Citizen on Mar. Farewell, of Swan River, youngest son of Mr. He enlisted in the Royal Canadian Navy last May.
Frank was born in in St. He returned to Selkirk, Manitoba where he started his steel making career and family. In , Frank married June Shirley Innes. Together, they celebrated their 62 th wedding anniversary this past September. Frank's dedication and care for June in the past few years has been remarkable and a testament to their love and lives together. Frank's work passion was steel making. Over a 40 year career, Frank opened, planned and managed steel making operations in Selkirk, Edmonton, Montreal, Vancouver and Welland.
As a tribute to his expertise, dedication and personality, Frank was an integral member of several steelmaker organizations serving in various capacities including Director and President. Frank and June first moved to British Columbia in and have made their home in B. Outside of work, Frank was a lifelong fisherman and hunter. Frank served as a director of the B. A memorial service is being held at 1: Donations may be made to the BC Alzheimer's Society. Born in Young, Saskatchewan, Bert was the youngest of 14 children.
Bert was predeceased by his wife Rita in ; his wife Astrid in ; and 11 siblings. The family would like to extend their gratitude and appreciation to the staff of the Red Deer Hospital Palliative Care Unit, and the Red Deer Hospice for their care and compassion.
There will be no funeral service as per Bert's request. A Celebration of Bert's Life will be held at a later date. In memory of Bert, donations may be made directly to the Canadian Cancer Society www. Roy was born in Brookswood, Langley, B. Several nieces, nephews, cousins and their families; sisters in law; Helen and Mary and friends.
Roy served in the Canadian Navy from to Upon his return to B. Next was a move to Alberta, where he worked as an operator and an engineer in the oil fields for Schlumberger. After several years he returned to North Vancouver B. Walker, home support staff and the North Shore Hospice for their outstanding care.
But John's greatest passion, as anyone who knew him can attest, was always his family. He will be greatly missed. He could not have been better cared for. As expressions of sympathy, donations may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association or the charity of one's choice.
Portrait of John Fox. Predeceased by his parents, Ernest and Mercy, 5 brothers and 4 sisters, his first wife Mary, and second wife Dorothy in , and step-daughter Wendy in Buzz was an adventurous Canadian boy who ran away from home at the age of 16 to join the Canadian Navy as a stoker during World War Two. Tiring of the sea, and wanting to settle down, his next pursuit was as a restaurateur, owning and operating the "Halfway" lunch in Esquimalt.
Buzz and Mary spent long, hard working hours there, but loved to retreat to their cabin at Shawnigan Lake at every available opportunity. From restaurants to real estate he obtained his real estate agent license and in the 60's successfully ran "Newstead Realty" for many happy years. Buzz had a natural talent for selling with his calm, frank, yet undemanding nature. He always took great pride in the properties he owned and had the vision and drive to create enviable gardens for all to enjoy.
Upon supposed retirement in to Shawnigan Lake, Buzz was lured back to real estate in the capacity as an agent at the Arbutus Ridge development, where he always swore to never learn how to use a computer; he'd "do it by hand".
Many productive years were then spent on the executive of the Malahat Legion Branch as well as being actively involved in YSAG; where he learned to woodcarve.
Being a perfectionist though, he was never quite satisfied with the finished wood product. He leaves behind to mourn his loss, his step-daughter Sherry Dave Dougan, his sisters and brother in Atlantic Canada, Geraldine, Goldie, and Gerald, grandchildren Paul Shannon Webber, Kelly, Angus, Andrea, and great-grandchildren Riley and Bryson, as well as numerous nieces, nephew, and friends.
No funeral by his request, but an afternoon tea in his honor will be held on July 10, from pm at the house of Sherry and Dave Dougan, Braithwaite Drive, Cobble Hill.
He was predeceased by his parents Henry Joseph and Mabel Fuller, his first wife Victoria and a child in infancy. Dad grew up in old St. At wars end he returned home, resumed his career with the CNR and married his first love of his life Victoria. Her untimely passing in was a severe burden for him until he met Jean Shore in when husband Frank had also passed away prematurely leaving her with twin sons Edward and Robert.
Their romance blossomed and they married and had 43 wonderful years together. After retirement he and mother had many wonderful winter vacations in Hawaii and the Caribbean along with several summer car trips with friends to the West Coast. He enjoyed their home in Windsor Park and in the summers he could be found outside puttering around the yard or painting anything that didn't move. Family, relatives and friends were very important to him and in the move to Agape Villa was a good one where they met and became close friends with many wonderful people in the building.
He loved to laugh, tell good jokes, debate just about anything, pull for the underdog and watch sports. The Blue Jays won't be the same without his support. Thorlakson and Young and the Staff on the fifth floor of the Victoria General Hospital for making Dads stay a comfortable one. As per Bernie's request cremation has taken place and a memorial service will be held on Tuesday, April 19 at 2: For those who wish to sign the online Guest Book please visit our website.
Beloved husband of 59 years to Olga nee Mastellotto. Predeased by his son Marcel Dear son of the late William and Grace Gilboe. Son-in-law to the late Ismael and Genoeffa Mastellotto.
Survived by many nieces and nephews. Also served in the Merchant Navy and was a member of R. Earl started at the Ford Motor Company in and retired in after Earl enjoyed golfing, swimming, biking, and ice skating. Visiting Tuesday and p. Service to be held on Wednesday, March 5, at The majority of his working life following the Navy was at Manitoba Telephone Systems until his retirement in mid s.
Bob began his married life with Carole in Kirkfield Park where they had their three sons. In they found their little farm in Stony Mountain, a place where Bob had found his niche. They loved their little farm, with the wildlife and outdoor activities. Bob was usually seen sitting on his deck most summer days with various relatives and friends who loved to drop by for a visit.
On a perfect summer day Bob would hop on his tractor taking a spin around the yard or up town. He enjoyed listening to country music, watching TV, particularly Jeopardy with his boys. Bob always looked forward to the upcoming goose hunting season. He had a deep love for his family and great pride in his five grandchildren. The family would like to extend very sincere thanks to Dr. Venter and the caring staff at Stonewall Hospital for their care and compassion during Bob's illness.
If friends so desire, in lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Bob's name to the Stonewall Legion Branch No. Caring and devoted husband of 59 years to Lucy nee Amelia. Predeceased by parents John and Regina. He will be sadly missed by many nieces and nephews. Bernard emigrated from Poland at the age of 12 with parents and siblings. After a career as a pattern maker at Master Patterns, Bernard experienced a long and enjoyable retirement with Lucy, treasuring all family gatherings.
If you so desire, donations to a charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family. Visitation Monday p. Parish Prayers Monday 4: Interment will take place at Heavenly Rest Cemetery following mass. Boots who was 91 years old was born 29 Sep in Saskatchewan and raised in Mirror, Alberta, and in he left home and joined the Royal Canadian Navy and served in the navy until his retirement in Boots possessed boundless energy, deep compassion, a keen intellect and a strong commitment to his naval family.
It was at this time that he witnessed the sinking of the German cruiser Sharnhorst. On retirement he went to work for the BC Corrections where he stayed for 25 years retiring as the Director of the Case Management Unit.
In his later years he gave all of his time and energy to the Chiefs and Petty Officers Association and the Esquimalt Legion. During this time he helped immensely with looking after older and disabled veterans.
A memorial service will be held at the Esquimalt Legion on 8 November, , that will commence at 2: Was married to Phylis for 52 years and she passed away from Cancer August 15, Was in the service from September to March the work was exciting. Ministry of Transportation and Highways, B. Ferries Cortes Island Ferry. Have left behind many friends whilst in both services and am sorry to leave you all.
He is survived by his sisters, Grace Clayes and Ruth Morrison, stepson Dean Lambert and wife Lada, stepdaughter Mara Lynn Armstrong and husband Rick, five step-grandchildren, two great grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews. Jim was born and raised in Transcona and was educated at Transcona Central School. He started his career in the CNR in and retired in as regional manager of purchasing and materials. Our heartfelt thanks for Dr.
Thank you to Sandy Porco and nursing staff from Palliative Care who made it possible for Jim to stay home a few extra months. Crow and all the staff at St. Boniface Palliative Care who provided such excellent care to Jim during his two-and-a-half months stay with them. You were all so gracious, caring, and supporting to us both. Thank you to West for always going the extra mile for Jim and to Terry and Linda who made days so much easier with their help and words of comfort. Thank you Pat for being a wonderful friend.
A big thank you to Peter and Stella Maruca who were with us all the way. To Jim's sister Grace for being there for us at all times. To Gilda Porco for keeping Jim supplied with home-baked bread. To Helen Torchia for her spiritual guidance. To John and Nancy for all their help. To my son and his wife Lada, you are both the greatest. Boniface Palliative Care at Tache Ave. He had always enjoyed his backyard birds, woodworking and the family dogs.
He is the beloved husband of June. Also survived by 14 Grandchildren and 8 Great Grandchildren. Predeceased by a son-in-law Guy Salvatori and a brother David Harkins. Interment to follow in Greenwood Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the Fort Erie S. In August , when he enrolled in the Royal Canadian Navy as an Officer Cadet, he became the first Hennessy in four generations not to serve in the British Army in time of war. The former was his first experience facing enemy fire.
Particular war time memories include: He also had numerous shore appointments in Ottawa, Halifax and London, England. In July as the controversial integration and unification of the Canadian Forces was occurring, he was promoted directly from the rank of Commodore to Vice Admiral, serving as Comptroller-General of the Canadian Forces and as Principal Naval Advisor thus being the 11th officer to serve as de facto head of the RCN from to He was appointed Chief of Personnel in before retiring in after 35 years' service.
Remembrance Day was always an emotional day for Ralph with memories of his father who was killed in action in Hong Kong in , after surviving the Boer War and WW I and of shipmates who lost their lives.
He could never forget the merchant sailors; those they picked up and those they had to leave in the water. They shall not be forgotten and we must never forget the debt we owe all veterans. He was also actively involved in the Corps of Commissionaires Ottawa Branch including two years as Chair of the Board of Governors and subsequently as an Honorary Governor. Latterly his love of the sea, and that of Diana's, was satisfied through cruising to numerous destinations and reuniting with friends and family from around the world.
He was a devoted husband, father, grandfather and friend. As an officer and leader, he took exemplary care of his sailors and their welfare. A consummate gentleman, he epitomized integrity, loyalty and trustworthiness. The care, attention and love that Dr.
From the depth of my heart, my thanks for all of your care, support, and personal kindnesses - Diana. Bob will be dearly missed by his wife Sherry, married in , son Gordon Chrystal of Ottawa and faithful dog Wee Willy. He will be fondly remembered by sister and brother-in laws, many cousins, nieces, nephews and friends. Robert was raised in Bowmanville, Hamilton and Windsor, Ontario. He retired in , after 27 years of service and then joined the Commissionaires.
Bob and Sherry later retired to Nanaimo, where they enjoyed many pleasant years with family, friends and regular visits to Ottawa to see their son and family.
His favourite past times included walking his dog, being with family, watching baseball and enjoying conversations with interesting people he would meet along his many and varied journeys. Interment to follow at Hatley Memorial Gardens. He was born to a pair of Irish immigrants that were recruited into the T. Eaton Company and settled in the north end of Winnipeg. So it was natural that one day he would work at Eatons himself along with his brothers, sister and boyhood Friends.
He went by many names: He obtained a Fine Arts degree from the University of Manitoba where he pursued his first love of painting, drawing and architecture. The corvettes spent monotonous months plodding back and forth across the trackless waste of Atlantic seas that were never at rest.
To serve aboard a corvette required unflinching courage and tenacity. He met the woman -- Joan -- who would become his wife at Eatons. Joan worked in the office right beside the draperies department where my dad would stand and try to attract her attention as she passed through his department to get to her office.
He married her in The newlyweds moved to Fort William and three years later, in , he had his first son Malcolm and his second son Gordon, two years after that. After working for a couple of local companies he started his own company -- Home Interiors -- but the business failed.
He continued to work in the home furnishing industry for the rest of his business life in companies that took him back to Winnipeg, forward to Ottawa and ultimately to Whitby where he retired at the age of 66 in He died 15 years later at exactly 3: This is the simple bio of a simple and very modest man. Fortunately, you don't measure the life of a man by simple facts that are simply told, you measure it in the truths he learned, or in the times he cried, in the bridges he burned, or the way that he died.
In his 81 years, my father learned much, rarely if ever cried, never burned a bridge, and in the end suffered the cruelest of exit scenarios -- Alzheimers. He learned that a drink of alcohol is one of life's greatest pleasures. He learned that you must stop and smell the roses along the way and see the beauty and simplicity in everything that is and can be art. He learned to be generous with himself and his Friends. He learned to live life with optimism. He learned to live life, period.
The more, the better. He learned that if you're on this earth, then you damn well better have some fun. I never saw my father cry. But he came close when my mother announced her first encounter with cancer. The second time was when I first put him in a nursing home. He begged me to stop and asked me not to leave him alone.
I cried and will forever be alone with this burden. I remember the things that we did together as if we had done them all last weekend -- because it was never about what you were doing but the fact that we did them together. He did that for my brother and me, and because he did, we will always travel together. Dad, for now, you're in a place that were not ready for. But we will join you some day and we will look forward to your laughter and kind words together forever and ever.
We love you Dad. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, January 13th, from 10 a. It is Malcolm's 82nd birthday. Please come and celebrate his life with us. The Hopper family sadly announces the passing of their dearly loved husband, father, grandfather and brother at Fred Douglas Personal Care Home, June 10, Cy, aged 87, predeceased by father Albert and mother Adelaide Hopper; brothers, Albert and David, and sister Evelyn, will be dearly missed by his wife of 58 years, Rosalie; sons, Jim, Bill and Gordon Wanda ; grandsons, Benjamin and Jody, and granddaughter Jessie; sister Peggy Harold Colburn, and numerous nieces and nephews.
Cy was born November 16, in Winnipeg and after his marriage in , lived in East Kildonan until moving to Fred Douglas in He joined the Manitoba Telephone System in , enjoying his work as a radio installer in Northern Manitoba, and a team leader in microwave site selection across Manitoba. He retired in Cy served in the Royal Canadian Navy from to Cy enjoyed the outdoors, taking up camping as a young boy and later sharing his love of nature with his wife and sons.
Cy enjoyed skiing, canoeing, back-packing in the Canadian Rockies and Hawaii, and cycling in France. The family wishes to thank the staff at Fred Douglas for their compassionate care and understanding during Cy's final years.
A memorial service will be held June 13, 1: Thanks for the loving years you gave us The happy times we shared We all pray that when you left us You knew how much we cared. Our family chain is broken And nothing seems the same But as God calls us one by one The chain will link again.
Victor was born Jan. He attended school there and as a young man, called crews for the C. After being honourably discharged in April, , he began working for the C. He worked for the C.
He also worked many summers at the Prairie Portage and Sandpoint Lake outposts, retiring in He was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion Br. Victor was predeceased by his parents; son, William in ; brother, Bill in ; and sister, Betty Luckasavitch in Memorial services were held Monday, Jan. Cremation has taken place and interment will be held in the Devlin Cemetery at a later date. In memoriam donations may be made to the charity of your choice.
Because of his knowledge of first-aid he was assigned to medical duties at the outset. He is the husband of Mrs. Olga Hurd, 8 East Rd.
He is the son of Mr. Hurd, 92 lakeside Ave. A younger brother, Charles, is serving in the navy, while three other brothers, Cedric, Dick and Burt, and a sister, Eleanor, are in Toronto. In , they returned to England, then immigrated to Victoria, B. During his naval career, Les served on both coasts, where his and wife Barbara's children were born.
Les's life was defined by his naval career and he truly enjoyed his service to his adopted country. During that time in Ottawa, the family built a summer cottage at Clear Lake, part of the Rideau Lakes chain in Ontario. Les spent many happy years fishing, boating, taking the kids water skiing, and listening to New York Yankee baseball games on the radio. When he retired in , he and Barbara moved to North Port, Florida where they settled into the community. Les and Barbara moved back to Victoria in the early 's and lived a comfortable life in Saanich, close to family and friends.
Les leaves to cherish his memory: He is predeceased by his wife, Barbara. In lieu of flowers, donations to The Lodge at Broadmead in Victoria, BC or a charity of your choice will be gratefully accepted. It is with deep sadness that we announce the quiet passing of my husband and our father. He met and married Julia Sheila Lewis in and with her raised a family amidst several career transfers which eventually led to their settling in Winnipeg in After 44 years at the Bronze he retired in and with Sheila later moved to Vancouver Island until when they returned once again to Winnipeg to be closer to family.
He always had a pleasant smile and a witty remark for everyone and will be missed by family and friends. In honour of Joe's wishes, a private family service will be held. Cremation has taken place. If friends so desire, donations may be made to the Deer Lodge Centre Foundation. James boy he attended Assiniboine School and St.
Rather than take a commission in the Army, Bill decided to join the Navy as an ordinary seaman. It was during the Korean conflict that Bill served on several destroyers as a Radar Technician.
Bill never forgot his salty' vernacular as he recounted many tales of his navy life. While recovering, he taught classes in Radar Plotting. Along came a young Radar Rate Wren who became his pupil, and then his life partner for 53 years. Bill and Carol were amazed to discover they lived only a few streets from each other in St. He received a medical discharge and they were married February 16, in St. Bill became the Storekeeper for City of St.
While in Yorkton, he volunteered for many community activities, and taught Sunday school. Bill very much enjoyed his time as President of the Yorkton Terrier hockey club. Returning to Winnipeg gave him the opportunity to put on large dinners and barbecues for family and friends. When Empire Water Works owner passed away suddenly, Bill left the company and took temporary jobs in waterworks, then found interesting and varied employment with Jack Perrin at the Fort Garry Hotel.
He and Carol enjoyed many trips and working diligently together as life members of the Huntington Society. Bill was also proud to be a Master Mason. Jeri-Anne will also be interred with her Dad at this time. He never passed by anyone without making them laugh with a joke, trying to lighten people's lives at his every step, even in sickness. We will all remember Bill with love and he will be greatly missed.
Doug will be lovingly remembered by his children, Bruce Sigrid , Dianne, Elaine, Lorna Michael , Robert Sharon , David Sandy , ten grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, seven nieces and nephews and many friends. Doug was predeceased by his loving wife Joan in , parents Williamina and James, sister Margaret, brother Frank and sister-in-law Vi.
Dad was born and raised in the Fort Rouge area. On December 30, , on leave from active service, Dad married Mom. Dad and Mom spent many enjoyable summers at the cottage at Grand Beach with family and friends. In , Dad and Mom moved to St. Andrews where they enjoyed their gardening and volunteered as caretakers for Little Britain United Church. In his retirement he enjoyed golfing and cross country skiing, volunteering at the Western Canadian Aviation Museum and working with his brother Frank.
Dad and Mom moved to Sandy Hook in and later to Gimli. When Mom's health failed they moved back to Winnipeg. Recently Dad resided at Amber Meadow. Dad was a jack of all trades and could fix anything. He primarily enjoyed woodworking and carpentry, and at 70 years of age took on the task of renovating their cottage in Sandy Hook into a year round residence.
He also spent many enjoyable hours with his children working on their homes. Dad had a special place in his heart for his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. In accordance with Dad's wishes, cremation has taken place and a private family service will be held. Our family would like to extend their heartfelt thanks to the staff of Seven Oaks Hospital especially the Emergency, ICU and the 5th floor Unit 4 wards.
His wife lives at Livingstone Ave. He was born in Belleville and educated at Trenton, where he was later employed at the airport. He trained here and at St. He has two children, Rosalie and Jean. He leaves to mourn his beloved wife Doris; daughter Karen and son-in-law Manfred Steinmann, grandchildren Carson and Leandra; son Kelvin and daughter-in-law Mary nee Hyland , grandchildren Adam and Heather; brother Roy Joan , brother Ernie Stella, predeceased , sister-in-law June brother Lloyd, predeceased and several nieces and nephews.
He attended school at Alexander, Mulvey and Gordon Bell. Part way through life, he decided to use the combined name Willymax as it had appeared on his original birth record. Willymax and Doris nee Schiewe were married on December 29, and they shared 54 years of marriage. Willymax said that marrying Doris was the smartest thing he ever did.
He was a devoted family man who did all he could to make life better for his children and grandchildren. In his senior years, Willymax became an active member of the Winnipeg White Ensign Naval Club where he made a significant contribution to the photo roster and albums and where he and Doris enjoyed many good times and friendships. After the Navy, Willymax resumed a printing career at Systems Business Forms that spanned over 40 years of loyal service until his retirement in , after which he initiated and organized social functions for Systems retirees.
Willymax had a strong Christian faith and was involved in the congregational life of Hope Lutheran Church, St. His family expresses their heartfelt appreciation to First Lutheran Pastor Michael Kurtz for his comforting presence, words and prayers during Willy's month-long stay at Seven Oaks Hospital.
For Willymax there were no half measures and he lived life with gusto. He loved projects and put everything he had into them. In addition to the contributions to his church and clubs, he immersed himself in a series of activities over the years that included fishing and canoeing with his son, gardening, woodworking and photography. He also loved people and valued his relationships with everyone he knew. His direct manner could be unnerving at times but his passion for conversation, concern for others and friendly nature shined through along with his quick wit and keen sense of humour.
As he himself said, there are many Willys and many Maxes but only one Willymax. Sincere gratitude is expressed to the staff of the Seven Oaks Hospital for their extraordinary and considerate care of Willy and his family.
Many thanks also to Dr. Karen Moran de Muller and Dr. Greg Eschun who were always there when Willymax needed them. Bill - 06 Jan - 15 Aug Peacefully, at the grand old age of 90, at home with the love of his life, Barbara by his side. His last months were made easier by a team of wonderful people from My Caregivers who will always be part of our family. He celebrated his 63rd wedding anniversary and saw all his children in the week before his passing.
He made the navy his career in communications and electronics and rose through the ranks from Seaman to Lieutenant Commander.
Though the navy kept him busy and on the move, Bill still found time for the things he loved: After 33 years in the navy, Bill retired and went to work for the provincial government of BC in the telecommunications field until his second retirement, when he continued his hobbies including ham radio VE7GT and wood turning and carving.
Bill was hard-working, principled, generous and loving. He had a great sense of humour and enjoyed a chuckle right til the end. We will all miss him greatly and remember him with love.
Langfeld was married three months ago while on leave. His wife lives at 53 Moberley Ave. Thomas Langfeld, at Nestleton, Ont. Denis will be forever missed and cherished always by Edna his devoted wife of almost 65 years, his two "precious" daughters Hilary Ian Jordan and Valerie Bob Desmarais , grandson Mark Jordan, granddaughter Pamela Desmarais, sister-in-law Rosemary Barker plus many relatives and friends.
Denis was especially proud of Mark and Pamela whom he adored. Denis was predeceased by his parents Kathleen and Ernest and brother Frank. Denis was born on March 29, in Erith, Kent England. He did his mechanical engineering apprenticeship in the Royal Arsenal Woolwich, England. It was in the drawing office at the Fighting Vehicles Estb. It was love at first sight! Denis, Edna and "baby" Hilary immigrated to Canada in One of Denis' passions in life was music.
He was a talented tenor saxophone player and enjoyed gigs in London with his Dad who played the clarinet. He was a devoted member for 25 years and was manager of the band from to his retirement in As Band Manager he was the heart and soul of the Commodores and set the tone for the success it is today. Denis loved a joke and a good story. Visit the restaurant, at the beautiful Shorelines Casino Thousand Islands, for a wonderful evening of dining and entertainment. Handicap accessible facility - wheelchairs are available.
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