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"MAN" 2001 Obituary


MANDAMIN o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2001-03-07 published
In loving memory of Dennis TOULOUSE of Sagamok who passed away suddenly, on Friday, March 2, 2001 at the age of 20 years.
Beloved son of Fran MANDAMIN- TOULOUSE (friend Dennis Pitawanakwat) and Angus (friend Carol Eshkakogan) of Sagamok. Loving brother of Sarah of Sagamok and one step-brother and three step-sisters.
Special friend of Melissa Pattenden. Very dear grand_son of John and Victoria MANDAMIN and Sam and Ida (nee ASSINIWE) TOULOUSE. Predeceased by grandmother Madeline (née ARMSTRONG) MANDAMIN.
Dear nephew of Gary and Agnes MANDAMIN, Gloria MANDAMIN (friend Henry James Shawanda,) Loretta and Maxie TRUDEAU, Rosemary KING, Jennifer and David FLAMAND, Verna and Wayne OSAWAMICK, Phillip MANDAMIN, Don and Candace MANDAMIN, Karen MANDAMIN, Johnny and Linda TOULOUSE, Leona and John DAVIDSON, Louise and Donald GARROW, May TOULOUSE (friend David Mahoney,) Phyllis and Bob CANTRYN, Sophie and Ray CORBIERE, Virginia TOULOUSE (friend Richard Jock), Noella TOULOUSE, Donna TOULOUSE, Julie TOULOUSE, Regina and Dennis BORYNEC, Derek TOULOUSE (friend Shelly Wemigwans.)
Will be sadly missed by many cousins and Friends.
Dennis was a first year student at Cambrian College studying in the First Nation Financial Management Program. He was Treasurer of the Cambrian Native Student Association. He enjoyed hockey, golf, baseball and horseback riding.
Visitation was at the Nishin Community Centre, Sagamok on Sunday, March 4 from 1: 30pm. Funeral Mass was Tuesday, March 6 at 1:00 pm at the Nishin Community Centre, Sagamok with Father John Duggan officiating. Interment in the Sagamok Cemetery.
Arrangements by Boucier Funeral Home Ltd.

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MANITOWABI o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2001-08-15 published
-In memory of my darling granddaughter April, who passed away August 28, 2000.
Walking down the road waving away
As if to say good-bye
She never realized, till now
The heavy load of a Nana's aching heart when she
Hears her granddaughter has died.
The passing of such an innocent little one
Nothing compares to a Nana's
Undying love for her little dear
Her broken heart has just begun
The news of her grandchild's passing so severe
As each passing day with prayers go on
She accepts that her granddaughter has gone beyond
To be in the Lord's hands and with Loved Ones that have passed away
The Nana realized what the wave meant that day
April was trying to say
"Thank you" Nana for All the Love You Gave.
-With love from Nana Victoria MANITOWABI and Warren.

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MANITOWABI o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2001-08-29 published
-In remembrance of April Renee, April 14 1984-August 28 2000.
A year ago we had to face the pain
Of saying farewell to our precious April Renee
Our niece, our cousin so full of life and laughter
Without her how can life ever be the same again.
God took her so quietly without us knowing
Toughest part was to accept that she was really gone
But our sweet memories of April kept us going
We knew she'd want us to have the strength to carry on.
At first it was hard to mention her name
Without a tear coming down our eyes
Christmas, birthdays and holidays were not the same
Without April's presence and her adorable smiles.
They say time will heal as a year goes by
Knowing April is in a better place in our heaven above
Eases that pain of letting go and we no longer cry
Our niece, our cousin will never be forgotten
Will always be in our prayers and will always have our undying love
She is the whisper in the wind
The sunshine in our hair
The twinkling of the stars up above
Our Angel safely watching over us
No more tears, I'm okay she softly whispers
Live life to the fullest and carry on my smiles.
--Forever in our hearts you'll always be our April Renee,
Love Auntie Cindy, Uncle Howard and cousins Tammy, Alyssa, Alaina, Tweet Tweets, Shaneece and Shyaya.

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MANN o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2001-08-29 published
Thomas " Tim" Edwin CRONIN
Tim CRONIN passed away peacefully at Finlandia Nursing Home, Sudbury, Ontario on Wednesday, August 22, 2001 in his 89th year.
Beloved husband of the late Kathleen (WALLACE,) 1964 and the late Lillian (WILSON- MANN,) 1990.
Loving father of Gerald CRONIN of Sudbury, Ontario, Lynne (Mrs. John WILSON) of Espanola, Ontario, Patricia (Mrs. Harry BOLL) of Port Coquitlam, BC and Nicki (Mrs. Grant Moffatt) of Red Deer Village, Ontario. Stepfather of Melva (Mrs. Robert COCHRANE) of Calgary, Alberta, Laura (Mrs. Gerald GRISWOLD) of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario and Kent WILSON of Toronto, Ontario.
Very dear grandfather of Kelly CRONIN predeceased 1972, Keane (Lee Ann) CRONIN, Teressa CRONIN (friend Harry HODGES), Kathy (Mrs. Ray PILON), Kim (Mrs. Rob PENNER), Kari (Mrs. Jay MITROFF), Robbie (KELLY) GIROUX, Timmy GIROUX, Michelle SMILEY, Chad (Natasha) BOLL, Larissa (Mrs. Phil EADIE), Dana (Mrs. Steve McGUIRE). Dear great grandfather of 17. Keara and Keaden CRONIN, Devin and Kelsey PILON, Nathaniel, Jeremy and Michael PENNER, Joshua and Alexa MITROFF, Jessica, Alana and Cooper GIROUX, Jasmine and Joshua GIROUX, Amber and Joseph SMILEY and Teagan BOLL. Tim was born on September 17, 1912 in Cullross Township, Bruce County to the late Joseph and Mary Anne (WEISHAR) CRONIN. Brother of Marcella WEILER (late Bernie) of Thunder Bay, Ontario. Predeceased by sister Evelyn O'NEILL and brothers Wilbert and Michael. Tim was transferred to Manitowaning in 1932, with the Bank of Montreal, married and then set up his first business in Aurora, Ontario in 1935--returning to the Manitoulin Island in 1937. Tim operated Cronin's Crafts from 1939-1950 in Manitowaning and the T&K Gift Shop in Espanola from 1953. Tim was associated with the Stedman Chain for 57 years having owned and operated Cronin Stores in Manitowaning, Espanola and Sundridge. Tim was an avid golfer and one of the founding members of the Espanola Golf Club. He also enjoyed golfing in the winter months in Florida. As well he had a passion for curling and was a member of the Decades Club, faithfully attending the International Bonspiel in Quebec City. Tim was a member of the Espanola Lion Club, retiring in 1985. Tim had a love of sports and music--and those blue eyes were really twinkling as he entertained all with his unique sense of humour. Rested at the Bourcier Funeral Home in Espanola. Funeral Mass was held at St. Louis de France Church in Espanola on Saturday, August 25, 2001 with Father Al McMillan officiating. Interment in Espanola Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to Bourcier Funeral Home Ltd., Espanola.

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