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"MAX" 2001 Obituary


MAXWELL o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2001-07-04 published
Abraham (Abe) J. SHAMAS
Peacefully at home on Thursday, June 28, 2001, after a lengthy battle with cancer. Loving husband of Sheila (née CASSON,) a friend and partner of 48 years. Loving father of Tom (wife Dianne,) Doctor Mary SHAMAS and John (wife Shelley), and grandfather of three: Allison, Jamie and Sophia all of Blind River. Predeceased by parents Tom and Sadie SHAMAS and sister Mary CARLSON.
Survived by brothers Fred of Thessalon, Andy (wife Tilly), Alex (wife Doreen) both of London, Nell MAXWELL (husband Ted) of Barrie and Jim of Sudbury. Abe was a lifelong resident of Blind River. He joined the Rotal Canadian Air Force - Royal Air Force in 1941, serving in coastal command in the Caribbean, Atlantic, Baltic and European areas. Abe started business in Blind River in 1946, and established AJ Bus Lines in 1950. Abe's love for his church, his family, Friends and fellow man, for his community and staff are well known. He enjoyed the beauty of nature to its fullest. Abe was always proud to mention the fact that the only reason his company survived and thrived was because he was blessed with the greatest staff a person could be blessed with. Abe served three terms as Deputy Mayor and Councillor of Blind River and was a 55 Year member of Penewobikong Lodge and Past Master. Abe was a 55 year member of Branch 189 of the Royal Canadian Legion, as well as past President and member of the Executive. Abe served as Past President of the Blind River Lions Club and Blind River Curling Club, and as a Director of Algoma Family Services.
Funeral service was held on Saturday, June 30 from St. Saviours Anglican Church, Blind River with Reverend Glen MILLER officiating. Interment in Hillside Cemetery, Blind River.
Arrangements entrusted to Menard Funeral Home Inc., Blind River.

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MAXWELL o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2001-12-05 published
Petrus (Peter) Martinus LIMBEEK
In loving memory of Petrus (Peter) Martinus LIMBEEK February 20 1935-November 29, 2001.
Peter LIMBEEK, a resident of Silver Water, died at the Mindemoya Hospital on Thursday, November 29, 2001 at the age of 66 years.
He was born in Veenendaal, Holland, son of the late Petrus and Gritje (VENDERBERG) LIMBEEK. Prior to moving to Manitoulin, Peter had worked for Sterling Casket Company, in the head office of Tim Horton Donuts, then later he and Lois owned a Tim Horton franchise in Scarborough. When Peter and Lois came to Manitoulin in 1990, they owned and operated Indian Point Restaurant until retirement. Peter was a member of the Masonic Lodge and the Order of the Eastern Star. Dearly loved husband of Lois {MAXWELL} LIMBEEK loving and loved father of Peter Jr. and his wife Lorrie of Sechelt, B.C. Proud grandfather of Petrus (Peter) Martinus and Hannah Grace. Dear brother of Willa SAWYER of Orangeville (husband Glen predeceased) Pauline and husband Jim EDWARDS of Guelph and John LIMBEEK and his wife Eleanor of Gore Bay. Also survived by 7 nieces and nephews and their families. Friends called the Culgin Funeral Home on Monday, December 3. The
funeral service was held at St. Andrew's United Church, Silver Water
on Tuesday with Mr. Erwin Thompson and Reverend Lind White officiating.
Interment in Silver Lake Cemetery. The Eastern Star conducted a memorial service at the Funeral Home on Monday.

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