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"FIN" 2001 Obituary


FINCH  FINLAY 

FINCH o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2001-01-24 published
FINCH
-In memory of Pearl Laura FINCH, January 28 1999.
We think of you often, Maw.
Our memories of you are very special
They are filled with love, laughter, and sadness that you are no
longer with us.
For us in times of trouble and strife,
You will always have a special place in our hearts.
You are loved and missed so very much.
You were the rose in our flower garden of life, Maw.
-Cora Belle, Nelda and Roy.

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FINCH o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2001-01-31 published
FINCH
-In loving memory of Pearl Laura Finch who passed away January 28 1999.
We think of you often, Maw.
Our memories of you are very special.
They are filled with love,
laughter, and sadness that
you are no longer with us.
You were always there
for us in times of trouble and strife.
You will always have a
special place in our hearts.
You are loved and missed
so very much.
You were the rose in our
flower garden of life, Maw.
Cora Belle, Nelda, and Roy

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FINCH o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2001-12-05 published
FINCH
--In loving memory of a dear wife, Maggie, who passed away 7 years ago, December 10, 1994.
In a quiet little graveyard
Not very far away
Lies a mother and a wife
Who we lost years ago today.
We remember her smile
And her heart of gold
She was the dearest lady
The world could ever hold.
Her memory is our keepsake
For which we'll never part
God has you in his keeping,
But we hold you in our heart.
--Husband Louis FINCH, and her stepchildren.

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FINLAY o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2001-07-18 published
Ella DUBRUL
In loving memory of Ella DUBRUL, 1905-2001.
She was born Ella KENDALL in Plattsburg, N.Y., the daughter of a Baptist minister whose calls took the family to Antrim, N.H., Cranbrook, B.C., Dehli and Norwich, Ontario. She graduated first in her class from Woodstock High School. At Toronto Normal School she met Stuart CORK. They married in 1927 and raised two sons David and Kendall, and a foster-son Flight Sergeant John GARDINER who was shot down in February, 1945. Their daughter Eleanor died in infancy in 1946.
In 1935 they founded Killarney Mountain Camp, a summer resort in Baie Fine then designed and built Birch Island Lodge on the Whitefish River Indian Reserve, (Birch Island) near Little Current, Ontario, which they operated from 1940 until the beautiful lodge burned in 1953. She was a Director of Northern Ontario Outfitters Association and wrote its constitution.
From 1942 to 1945 she directed a novel recreation program at Trinity K Club, the first girl's work program undertaken by the Kiwanis Club of Toronto.
In 1946 she helped Stuart found a new program in Institutional Management at the University of Toronto. After his passing in 1950 the program was moved to Ryerson, where it eventually grew into the present degree program in Hospitality.
In 1952 she married Dr. George Harvey WORTHINGTON in Vancouver, B.C. After he passed on in 1954 she attended Columbia University in New York City where she set a record number of points taken in one semester (30) and graduated with a Master of Science degree in Public Law and Government.
In 1960 she married Stephen DUBRUL, with whom she celebrated her most cherished achievement, a 25th wedding anniversary. They lived at first in Detroit, Michigan, but mainly north of there on Lake George Road, Lake Orion. There she researched and published two books, "The Worst of the Bargain" and "What Happened in Murdochville", and served as a Director of WTVS Public TV.
After so much growth, both natural and by acquisition, she leaves a large and diverse family of CORK, FINLAY, DUBRUL, and GALVIN, extending down to great-grandchildren.
A funeral mass was held on Tuesday, July 17 at 10: 30 a.m. at Saint John's Chapel of St. Michael's Cathedral, Toronto.

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