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HENDERSHOT o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-12-23 published
MacGOWAN, James (Jim) -- At Norfolk General Hospital on Sunday, December 22, 2002. Beloved husband for 53 years of Marion (Anguish) MacGOWAN, Waterford. Dear father of James G. Jr. (Mary Ann,) R.R.5 Waterford; Margaret (Ross) HENDERSHOT, R.R.5 Mildmay. Loving grandfather of Jennifer and Jamie MacGOWAN, Christopher and Kyle HENDERSHOT. Special Poppa to Ryan and Marah VERBEY- VERUTIS. Also survived by several cousins and Friends. Jim was born in Guelph in 1916 and a graduate of Ontario Agricultural College in 1938. Friends may call at the Thompson-Mott Funeral Home, Waterford (519-443-5332) on Monday 4-9 p.m. Funeral service at Waterford United Church on Tuesday, December 24 at 11 a.m. Interment Greenwood Cemetery. Memorial donations to Waterford United Church General Fund or Norfolk General Hospital Family Fund would be appreciated by the family.

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HENDERSON o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2002-04-24 published
Andrew Cyrus BEAUDIN
In loving memory of Andrew Cyrus BEAUDIN, Tuesday, April 16, 2002, at the Extendicare York in his 99th year.
Beloved husband of Elizabeth Ann (Betty) SAGLE (predeceased 1977) and Mary SAGLE (predeceased 1983.) Loving father of Linda Ann GILCHRIST (Reg) of Lively. Proud grandfather of Daniel GILCHRIST (Alexia HANNIGAN) of Toronto and Wendy McDERMID (Robert HENDERSON) of Lively. Cherished great grandfather of Jesse McDERMID and Morgen McDERMID. Dear brother of Elsie STERLING (Arthur) (both predeceased,) Eugenia WALLACE (of Sault Ste. Marie) (Ed, predeceased,) Cress (of Sault Ste. Marie) (Clarence predeceased). Much loved uncle of many nieces and nephews. Special loved uncle of Leona and Arden BOCK and Doreen and Alec MacEACHREN (all of Sudbury.)
Andrew was born at Green Bay, Manitoulin Island on November 17, 1903. He survived his share of childhood adventure, but found school to be a "bother" as it interfered with his playtime. Arithmetic in all its forms was a mystery to Andrew but his interest in reading only grew and continued long into his adult life. Andrew and his sisters walked to school daily, but instead of finding the walk tiresome he began to enjoy the beauty around him. Even in his older years Andrew walked almost daily, and continued to marvel at God's creation. In 1928, the Wrigley Gum Corporation offered a prize of $25,000 to the winner of a 21 mile swimming race across Lake Ontario. Andrew entered, but was defeated by the cold waters. He did, however work as a lifeguard and trained in the Humber area and over the next four years raced again in Lake Ontario during the Canadian National Exhibition. In his early 30's, Andrew tried his hand at acting by playing the part of a "drunk" with the Colonel George Cox Players and over the next several years he became an accomplished stage actor. Andrew's true profession was in responding to God's call in his life a call he had felt for some time. In the mid 1940's he became the pastor of the Providence Bay Branch of the Reorganized Church of the Latter Day Saints (Community of Christ). Andrew obtained his Bachelor of Theology Decree and continued to read, write, minister and serve until he could physically no longer do so.
By the time Andrew was 90 he had performed 85 weddings, 72 funerals, 49 baptisms, served 4,800 communions, delivered over 3,000 sermons, offered 101 Patriarchal Blessings, attended 18 world conferences, 30 week-long reunions and over 35 children's camps. His joy was being with young people. They appreciated his wit, wisdom and genuine caring. Andrew took his response to God's movement in his life with great responsibility and honour. He was a man who was much loved, admired and respected and he will be greatly missed.
"Well done thou good and faithful servant."
A celebration of Andrew's life was held at the Providence Bay Community Hall, Manitoulin Island on Saturday, April 20, 2002. Cremation at the Parklawn Crematorium. Arrangements entrusted to the Jackson and Bernard Funeral Home.

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HENDERSON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2002-12-11 published
The greater glory of a former National Hockey League player turned Flying Father
By Roy MacGREGOR Wednesday, December 11, 2002 -- Print Edition, Page A2
Statistics, they say, don't tell the whole story.
In Les COSTELLO's case, they barely touch it.
The one he picked up yesterday will complete a 74-year run: Feb. 16, 1928, to Dec. 10, 2002.
The National Hockey League record book will say, equally forever: one season, 15 games, two goals, three assists -- but even here the numbers will cover only a small portion of Les COSTELLO's remarkable story.
He played but part of one year after having come up, a scrawny 158-pounder from South Porcupine, Ontario, to join the Toronto Maple Leafs for the 1948 Stanley Cup playoffs. Just turned 20, he would score two goals and two assists in only five playoff games to help the Leafs to the Stanley Cup as the best hockey team in the world.
He played with Teeder KENNEDY, Howie MEEKER and Syl APPS, and might have played for years had he not simply packed up his equipment in the spring of 1950 and left for the seminary, certain he would rather be a priest than a player, a young man in search of quite different glory.
Some said he could have been a great one.
Yesterday, when Les COSTELLO died in Toronto -- having been in a coma since falling on the ice a week earlier in a charity hockey game -- they said he had indeed become a great one.
I will not pretend to have known him well. My only acquaintance with him, oddly enough, was on the ice, though he last played in the National Hockey League the year I was born. But twice, once in 1983, and then again a few years ago, I was lucky enough to be on the ice opposite the Flying Fathers, the madcap, charming and yes, highly talented -- hockey team that Reverend Les COSTELLO helped put together in the early 1960s to raise money for charity.
In 1983 that cause was the Jocelyn Lovell Trust Fund. LOVELL, an Olympic cyclist, had been run off the road by a dump truck while training and would never race again. National Hockey League hall-of-famer Ken DRYDEN helped launch a campaign to raise money for the injured athlete and had combined a number of former hockey stars -- among them Gordie HOWE, Andy BATHGATE, Paul HENDERSON, Frank MAHOVLICH and Eddie SHACK -- with some oddball additions that included artist Ken DANBY, lacrosse legend Jack BIONDA, a certain sports media hack and, as coach, broadcaster Peter GZOWSKI.
Contrary to expectations, however, the old hockey greats were not the stars of the game. That belonged, almost exclusively, to Les COSTELLO and his madcap, slapstick hijinks. Perhaps you had to be there but, rest assured, the funniest person on the ice was not Mr. SHACK and the slickest not Mr. BATHGATE. Les COSTELLO might even have been more physical than Mr. HOWE. And just for the record, he did not take the Lord's name in vain during the game. He did, however, use just about every other method of swearing.
What was astonishing about that game was that Les COSTELLO had only recently learned to skate again. A few winters earlier he had become lost in the bush while hunting and lost all but two of his toes to frostbite.
No one remembers the score of that long-ago game, but all who were there remember the good-hearted Costello, his continual laughter, his bag of tricks -- and the cheque for $30,000 he and Ken DRYDEN turned over to Jocelyn LOVELL that night.
They talk about the importance of heart in hockey, but some of those who leave the game behind have even bigger hearts. Les COSTELLO returned to Northern Ontario, where he became a legend of a different sort in Schumacher, close by Timmins and his boyhood home of South Porcupine. He kept up his connections to hockey through younger brother Murray, who played several years in the National Hockey League and later served as president of the Canadian Hockey Association, and also with his Flying Fathers, who became to hockey what the Harlem Globetrotters have always been to basketball.
He was renowned as a priest for his terrible jokes, and insisted on leading off his weekly sermons with one -- at times being less than discretionary in his choice of opener. But if he was unpredictable in behaviour, he was totally predictable in reaction: If anyone needed help, he would be there for them. He set up a mission and gave out food and furniture to those in need. The rectory door at St. Alphonsus was never locked. There was always room at the inn, no matter what a person's faith or lack of faith.
"My philosophy is simple," he once said. "Bring happiness and joy into the lives of everyone you meet.
"Not a bad philosophy, I figure."
Not bad at all.
And, oh yes, one more statistic just to round things out.
Amount raised for charity: $4-million.

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HENDERSON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2002-12-31 published
Carried cans across Canada, selling shows to nascent local television stations
By Carol COOPER
Carrying cans of film across the country, sometimes screening them in feed stores and warehouses, he brought American shows to Canadian homes. John A. MacDONALD, one of Canada's first television-show salesmen has died, aged 72.
Beginning his career in 1958 with Screen Gems, the television program sales arm of Columbia Pictures, Mr. MacDONALD sold shows such as Father Knows Best, Rin Tin Tin, and the Flintstones to buyers at fledgling television stations and helped them develop their programming.
"He was a mentor in those days when I knew very little," said Merv STONE, who spent 28 years as head of programming and acquisitions at Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Television. As operations manager for CHAT-Television in Medicine Hat, Alta., until 1960, Mr. STONE was among Mr. MacDONALD's early clients.
After 23 years with Columbia Pictures Television, Mr. MacDONALD spent five years as vice-president and managing director of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Television Canada, opening its Canadian office in Toronto when he joined the company in 1981.
Respected for his diligence, integrity and knowledge, Mr. MacDONALD belonged to a close-knit group of distributors who worked for competing companies.
"The extraordinary thing about this fraternity was that we admired each other, we were all Friends, and there was never any knifing in the back," said David McLAUGHLIN, once a distributor for Warner Bros. and later Mr. MacDONALD's boss and friend. "If a client said: 'I'm interested in such and such a show,' we never said: 'Oh, that's terrible. What you need is my show, because it's so much better.'"
The affable and articulate Mr. MacDONALD was also known for his sense of humour and for an ability to mimic. "Whenever we met, it was never a simple hello," Mr. McLAUGHIN said. "It was usually show-biz - showtime. We'd cut up and make gags and in three minutes, we were rolling around, laughing ourselves to pieces."
In fact, like many in the early days of television, Mr. MacDONALD did start out in show business.
Born in Brantford, Ontario, in 1930, he was the only child of Scottish immigrants, his father a ship plater. The family went without a telephone until Mr. MacDONALD was 6 and they belonged to a church that had no minister, organ or choir. Congregation members, including young John, sang a cappella--in harmony.
His father paid him a nickel for each book read and a penny for each word spelled and defined correctly. During his childhood, Mr. MacDONALD absorbed works by Dickens and Robert Louis Stevenson. In 1941, the family moved to Victoria, so that Mr. MacDONALD's father could work in the shipyards. Mr. MacDONALD attended Esquimalt High School.
The school's strong arts program whetted his appetite for music and theatre. Mr. MacDONALD appeared in school plays, musicals and the school band. After graduation, he left home to pursue his love of the stage.
While working at a bank, Mr. MacDONALD sang and acted in productions by Victoria's Gilbert and Sullivan Society, then the world's largest, the Victoria Little Theatre and the summer Starlight Theatre at night. Guest actors from the summer theatre, Vancouver's Theatre Under the Stars, where Bruno GERUSSI and Robert GOULET spent part of their early careers, appeared in the Starlight productions. in turn, Starlight actors were invited to audition with Theatre Under the Stars.
Mr. MacDONALD, aspiring to perform full-time, joined Theatre Under the Stars in 1949 and appeared in five productions for each of the following five seasons, including the part of Sly Masterson in Guys and Dolls.
At Theatre Under the Stars in 1951, Mr. MacDONALD, met Sheilagh HENDERSON, a dancer from the Winnipeg Ballet who performed with the company to supplement her winter income. "The singers always liked to take out the dancers," she said. They married in 1953.
With little money, the newlywed Mr. MacDONALD often entertained himself and his wife by playing the piano, improving on his self-taught skill. He loved music, especially jazz and the big bands.
And he continued acting. With the Vancouver Little Theatre MacDONALD played the lead opposite film stars Peggy Ann GARNER and Mercedes McCAMBRIDGE and performed in early Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Vancouver television musicals between 1953 and 1956.
Finally needing a better day job he joined Screen Gems as its western sales representative in 1958, yet continued acting in his spare time. A move to Toronto in 1961 to become eastern sales supervisor left him no time to perform and in 1974, he was promoted to vice-president of sales and director of Columbia Pictures Television in Canada.
While on business trips, his piano-playing ability proved a good companion. Often lonely, he would ask to use the piano in hotel bars, and played requests for those who gathered, said his daughter Jeannie HEROLD.
Having a father who sold television shows didn't gain her any status with her schoolmates, though. Most thought her father repaired televisions. Still they perked up when he got her an autograph of Shirley JONES and David CASSIDY of The Partridge Family.
Despite rubbing shoulders with stars in Hollywood and Cannes, her father remained modest, she said. "He always said: 'They put their pants on one leg at a time. They're just the same as you and me.'"
Mr. MacDONALD loved old musicals and when with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, brought certain films home for family and Friends to view. Once during a poolside screening of the Battle of Britain at friend Alan KEYWORTH's house, a gust of wind blew the screen into the pool. "We got to know the neighbours rather quickly," KEYWORTH said.
A fan of television producer and director Seymour BERNS's stories, Mr. MacDONALD, who liked to talk - a lot - was fond of recounting them. Once in Hollywood, he began to tell a BERNS tale, forgetting that BERNS himself was in the room. As he went on with the anecdote, embellishing and enhancing it along the way, BERNS turned and said: "Shouldn't that story be over by now?."
But Mr. MacDONALD's theatrical bent never ended. He orchestrated the lighting for his wife's ballet-school shows and did son Glen's makeup for Halloween. And as well as being a director of the Broadcast Executives Society from 1972 to 1978 and its chairman in 1974 and 1975, he produced the organization's Christmas luncheon for many years, writing scripts and organizing entertainment.
After one successful event, the crowd of 1,000 in the Sheraton Hotel in Toronto rose to give Mr. MacDONALD, busy directing activities from the control room, a standing ovation. Mr. McLAUGHIN hurled a roll at Mr. MacDONALD, who was behind the control room's glass. Many followed suit and Mr. MacDONALD joined in the fun, ducking to avoid the "hits."
Mr. MacDONALD also helped set up the Ruth Hancock Scholarship for students pursuing a career in broadcasting and revamped the Canadian Association of Broadcasters' award ceremony. He retired in 1987.
As for his very Canadian name: "He always said he was working on the sir," Sheilagh MacDONALD said. Mr. MacDONALD leaves his wife of 49 years, Sheilagh, son Glen, daughter Jeannie HEROLD and six grandchildren.
John A. MacDONALD, actor, salesman; born in Brantford, Ontario, March 25, 1930; died in Markham, Ontario, on November 23, 2002.
Special to The Globe and Mail

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HENDERSON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-11-11 published
POTJEWYD, Boelo (Bob) Johannes -- Passed away peacefully into the hands of God at Southlake Regional Health Centre, Newmarket on Saturday, November 9, 2002 in his 79th year. Bob POTJEWYD was born in The Netherlands. Beloved husband and best friend of Marie Longfield POTJEWYD and predeceased by his first wife after 40 years, Mary Elizabeth VERBIEST. Bob will forever be loved and remembered by his children John POTJEWYD and wife Sally, Mary BAKER and husband Don, Bob POTJEWYD Jr., Cathy WILKE and husband Mike, Peter POTJEWYD and wife Natalie, Elizabeth STOREY and husband Ron, Linda HENDERSON and husband Dr. Bob, Blake LONGFIELD and wife Ruth, Dale LONGFIELD and wife Kitty. Loving grandfather of Deena and Mathew BAKER, Chris, Halina, Jonathan and Sarah WILKE, Lara, Frances and Geoffrey POTJEWYD, Roman POTJEWYD, Lisa FARR and husband Dan, David HENDERSON and wife Karen, Christie LONGFIELD and husband Steve, Jennifer RAYNER and husband Scott, Becky LONGFIELD, Amanda and Jamie LONGFIELD, and ''Gammy's Bob'' to eleven great-grandchildren. Friends will be received at Taylor Funeral Home Newmarket Chapel, 524 Davis Drive, Newmarket from 7-9 p.m. Sunday, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Monday. Funeral Mass will be held at St. Elizabeth Seton Parish, 17955 Leslie Street, Newmarket 10 o'clock Tuesday, November 12, 2002. Interment, Saint John Cemetery, Newmarket. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the charity of your choice.

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HENDERSON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-11-16 published
HENDERSON, William Arthur (Bill) -- After a courageous battle with cancer, with great bravery and dignity at Southlake Regional Health Center, on November 15, 2002, at the age of 55. Beloved husband and best friend of Maureen. Devoted father to Andrew. Dear brother of Jimmy (Sheila), Yvonne, Joan, Patty, Betty and the late Don and Helen. Much loved ''Uncle Bill'' to many nieces and nephews and their families in Canada and the United Kingdom Will be greatly missed by his brohers and sisters-in-law, and Melissa and by his many Friends and colleagues. Friends will be received at the Thompson Funeral Home, 29 Victoria Street, Aurora, 905-727-5421, on Saturday from 7-9 and Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. A Funeral Service will take place at Trinity Anglican Church, 79 Victoria Street, Aurora, on Monday at 1: 00 p.m. Interment Aurora Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society or Trinity Compass Rose Society would be appreciated.

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HENDERSON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-11-23 published
McMILLAN, Grant Malcolm -- Suddenly at the Milton District Hospital on Friday, November 22, 2002, in his 89th year. Dearly beloved husband of Christina (Britton) and the late Aileen (Clarridge). Loving father of Donna (Tom) MANES and cherished grandfather of Bill (Val), Brad (Diane), Barry (Tracy) and Janis. Great-grandfather of six great-grandchildren. Loved brother of Perle HALL and Don (Catherine) McMILLAN. Dear step-father of Jean and Don MARTIN, Judy and Earl BURT, Marlene FOSTER, Barb and Charles TWISS and Sharon and George HENDERSON. Beloved step-grandfather of fourteen step-grandchildren and four great step-grandchildren. The family will receive Friends at the MacKinnon Family Funeral Home, ''Shoemaker Chapel,'' 55 Mill Street East, Acton, on Sunday, November 24, 2002 from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The Funeral Service will be held in the ''Shoemaker Chapel,'' on Monday at 1: 00 p.m. The interment will follow at Nassagaweya Presbyterian Church Cemetery. Memorial donations to Nassagaweya Presbyterian Church Cemetery Fund or a charity of your own choice would be appreciateed by the family.

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HENDERSON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-11-24 published
HENDERSON, John Hunter -- Peacefully, on Thursday, November 21, 2002 at Scarborough General Hospital. John with his wife Annie left his native Glasgow in order to provide a better life for his family in Canada. For this his sons Jim and John will be forever grateful. He will be greatly missed by all his family and Friends. A special thank you is extended to the wonderful staff at the Metro Toronto Legion Village. A private family celebration of John's life will be held. Expressions of sympathy, may be made through memorial donations to the Metro Toronto Legion Village, 59 Lawson Road, Scarborough.

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HENDERSON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-12-18 published
MacDONALD, Michael Robert -- Suddenly, on Sunday, December 15, 2002. Michael MacDONALD, beloved son of the late Donald and Winnie MacDONALD. Michael will be greatly missed by his best friend Sharon NEWELL. Dear brother of Janice and her husband John WOLOSHYN, Donald, Sandra and her husband Mike DUROCHER, Randy and his wife Darlene, Anne and Martin McNAMARA Sr., Margaret and her husband Tom HENDERSON and Donna and Bill GREAVES. Dear uncle of Jamie, Christine and Rick, Jon, Martin, Kevin, Andrew, Taylor, Jake and Ian. Friends will be received at the Sherrin Funeral Home, 873 Kingston Road (west of Victoria Park Avenue), Toronto, (416-698-2861) on Friday, December 20, 2002 from 1: 00 p.m. until service time in the chapel at 2: 00 p.m. Cremation to follow.

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HENDERSON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-12-26 published
HENDERSON, Herbert Melville -- At the Caressant Care Nursing Home, Lindsay, Ontario on Tuesday, December 24, 2002 aged 87 years. Herbert HENDERSON, formerly of Dartford and Warkworth, son of the late Warren HENDERSON and the late Margaret (LIMPERT.) Beloved husband of the late Bessie (Attwater) and the late Helen (Denholm.) Loving father of Carole and her husband Herb BYFORD of Hastings, Sandra PATTERSON of Toronto, Joan and her husband Ronald WOODLAND of Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia and Wanda and her husband Dennis PETERSON of Lindsay. Dear step-father of George DENHOLM and his wife Janice of Whitby and Michael DENHOLM of Peterborough. Predeceased by brother Warren HENDERSON. Sadly missed by ten grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren and one great great-grand_son. The family will receive Friends at the Walas Funeral Home, 70 Church Street, Warkworth on Friday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Service in the funeral home on Saturday, December 28, 2002 at 1 o'clock. (Spring) interment at Warkworth Cemetery. As an expression of sympathy, memorial donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family.

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HENDERSON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-12-27 published
PEAT, Elizabeth (Betty) (née LANG) -- Died suddenly on December 24, 2002, in her 93rd year, after a very brief illness at home. Daughter of the late Col. W.R. LANG and Edith (Daisy) HOLLINGTON, Elizabeth was the wife of the late J.R. MacDonald (Don) PEAT mother of Dr. Marjorie HENDERSON, Nora PEAT and Daniel PEAT sister of the late Dr. Janet ROSS, the late Margaret (Bunty) DONALDSON and Vernon LANG. She is survived by her three children her brother; her sister-in-law, Marjorie KAYE (John;) and her son-in-law the Reverend Harvey HENDERSON; her daughter-in-law, Iraina NEUFELD; six grandchildren, Brill PAPPIN, David Piers PAPPIN, Ben PAPPIN, Donald HENDERSON, Christopher HENDERSON and Emma PEAT; and twelve nieces and nephews and their children. She was a graduate of Havergal College and the University of Toronto (B.A., B.Paed.), where she was active in a Model League of Nations, and in anti-war work with the Youth Council. During her years in Niagara she worked as a secondary school substitute teacher, and as a teaching assistant at Brock University, and was involved with the National Ballet Guild, then with the Pelham Historical Society and the Preservation of Agricultural Lands Society. Elizabeth was active until the end, planting bulbs in her garden last week, and was heard correcting her son's grammar on the evening she died. Her family will miss her love and guidance. Special thanks to Dr. Shari FALLIS, Community Care Access Centre Niagara, and the Red Cross Homemakers who enabled her to maintain her independence. Visitation, following cremation, at the Pedlar Funeral Home, Fonthill, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Funeral at 11: 00 a.m. on Monday, December 30th at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Fonthill. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Amnesty International.

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HENDERSON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-12-31 published
HENDERSON James -- My darling Jim you may not be here at my side but the love we shared lives on in my heart. Love Roberta

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HENDERSON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-12-31 published
HENDERSON, James (Jim) -- In loving memory of my dear son Jim who passed away December 31st, 2001. -- Jim will always be loved but never forgotten by his loving mother and family.

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HENDERSON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-12-31 published
HENDERSON, James William -- In loving memory of a dear brother and uncle who passed away December 31, 2001. Forever loved, Forever missed. -- Bob, Sheila, Graeme and Ali

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HENDRY o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-11-18 published
MARJORIBANKS, Nancy (n‚e PITMAN) -- Nancy MARJORIBANKS died peacefully in hospital in Ottawa on November 14, 2002 after a short illness and in the presence of Robert, her devoted husband. She was 78 years of age and had planned to celebrate next month the fiftieth anniversary of a happy marriage. She is lovingly remembered by her children: Duncan in California and Duncan's son, Iain Lawson MARJORIBANKS, Robin and Catherine in Toronto and Catherine's husband Mark ASKWITH and their daughter Mary. She will be sadly missed by her sister Pixie WILSON, in Abbotsford, British Columbia, her brother Duncan PITMAN and his wife Joanne in Salem, Oregon, and by many nieces and nephews as well as Robert's brothers Iain and Cameron, his sister Sheila, and their close family friend Tom HENDRY. Many people found her an understanding and never-failing friend. Among her colleagues in Glebe-St. James United Church, in her arts and crafts groups, as a member of the International Club of Ottawa, and in the international Marjoribanks Family organization she was seen as a lady of great charm and grace and a humble and willing worker in good causes. Friends may visit at the Central Chapel of Hulse, Playfair and McGarry, 315 McLeod Street, Ottawa on Wednesday, November 20th from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. The Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Thursday, November 21st at 2 p.m. Cremation to follow. You are invited to acknowledge Nancy's life and death by performing a special act of kindness.

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HENNEBURY o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-12-23 published
HENNEBURY, Gloria -- On Saturday, December 21st, 2002 at the Humber River Regional Hospital, Church Street Site at the age of 76. Beloved wife of Alphonsus Hennebury. Loving mother of Darlene and her husband William LEAKE and Debbie (Galluzzo.) Adoring grandmother of Darryl, Andrea and Michelle. Funeral services have been entrusted to the Scott Funeral Home ''West Toronto Chapel'' (416-243-0202).

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HENNESSY o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-12-28 published
HENNESSY, Elwood -- With his loving partner, Joy holding his hand, Elwood left us after a valiant battle with lung cancer on December 25th, 2002. Father of Ann (Jamie), Michael (Valerie) and Bruce (Janet). Survived by his mother and father, Ida and Finlay HENNESSY of Picton, Ontario. Remembered by his brothers, Ron (Paula) of Napanee, Paul and Kenny of Picton and Lynden (Tammy) of Barrie. His determination and positive attitude to fight this disease will be admired by all. A memorial service will be held in Abbortsford, British Columbia on January 11th, 2003. A memorial service will be held in Picton, details to be arranged.

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HENNINGS o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-12-16 published
RICHERT, Mary -- Peacefully, at Joseph Brant Memorial Hospital, Burlington on Saturday, December 14, 2002. Mary RICHERT in her 93rd year. Beloved wife of the late Gerald RICHERT. Predeceased by her brothers Charles, William, Roy and Harold. Survived by her sister-in-law Florence ROBERTS of Scarborough. Remembered by her 10 nieces and nephews. Dear friend of Florence (Flo) HENNINGS of Etobicoke. Mary was a long time employee of Eatons in Toronto. Friends were received at the J. Scott Early Funeral Home, 21 James Street, Milton yesterday. A Funeral Service will be held from the Funeral Home Chapel on Monday, December 16th (today) at 11 a.m. Interment to follow reception, at Glendale Memorial Gardens, Highway 27 and Albion Road, Etobicoke. As expressions of sympathy, donations may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association.

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HENRICKSON o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2002-12-05 published
HENRICKSON
In loving memory of Gwen, a loving wife, mother and grandmother, who passed away December 5, 1997.
Forever in our thoughts,
Always in our hearts.
Loving husband Bert, children Barbara, Graham and Keith and families.

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HENRY o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2002-02-27 published
Hilary Franklin PELTIER
In loving memory of Hilary Franklin PELTIER who passed away Monday morning February 25, 2002 at the Laurentian Hospital Site, Sudbury at the age of 54 years.
Dear friend of Diane FLAMAND of Wikwemikong, loving father of Roger (wife Esther), Doris PELTIER (friend Bruno HENRY), Annette PELTIER (friend Gordie ODJIG,) John FLAMAND and Sarah FLAMAND all of Wikwemikong. Dear grandfather of Kaylene, Ryan, Sarah, Jeffrey, Jason, Jacob, Abbie and Hannah. Godfather of Darcy MAIANGOWI. Dear son of late Andrew and Christine PELTIER, dear brother of James PELTIER (wife Shirley) of Wikwemikong and the late Nancy PELTIER, John PELTIER and Doris PELTIER (all predeceased.) Nephew of Georgina FOX, uncle of Russell, Nancy, Debbie, Theresa, Mark and Christine. Resting at the Rabbit Island Community Centre, Friends called on Tuesday. Funeral Mass in Holy Cross Mission, Wikwemikong, Thursday, February 28, 2002 at 11 a.m. Interment in the Wikwemikong Cemetery. Funeral arrangements entrusted to the Lougheed Funeral Home.

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HENRY o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2002-12-02 published
HENRY
In loving memory of a dear mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, Susan Sarah, who passed away 11 years ago, December 2, 1991.
When thoughts go back,
As they often do,
We treasure the memories,
We have of you.
This day is remembered,
And quietly kept,
No words are needed,
For we will not forget.
Forever loved by daughter Georgina and family. Karen and Bill and family and great-great grand_son Alan.

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HENRY o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-11-13 published
SCHROEDER, Margaret F. (née HENRY) -- Passed away peacefully on Saturday, November 9, 2002, after a lengthy illness with Alzheimers. Beloved wife of the late Allen E. SCHROEDER. Dear mother of Donald and Frederick SCHROEDER. Loving grandmother of Marc SCHROEDER and his wife Jennifer and Stephen SCHROEDER. Survived by her brothers William HENRY and his wife Harriet and Charles HENRY and his wife Anita. Margaret will be remembered by many dear relatives and Friends. A memorial service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alzheimer Society. Arrangements entrusted to the Turner and Porter 'Peel' Chapel, Mississauga.

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HENRY o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-12-21 published
HENRY, Mary C. -- In loving memory of a loved wife and mother who passed away December 21, 1999. Those we love don't go away We always remember her everyday. --Sadly missed by husband Harley, daughters Allison and Karen, and son-in-law Paul.

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HENSHAW o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2002-11-20 published
BOLTON, Ida Wilson (née GRAHAM) -- Born June 8, 1916, in Northern Ireland. Passed away peacefully at Belmont House, Toronto, on Sunday, November 17, 2002. The beloved wife of the late Thomas Mayberry BOLTON and the much loved mother of Marilyn Ida (Robert DINNING) and Mary Elizabeth (the late Robert SAVAGE) of Toronto. Very dear grandmother to Gillian (Steven STONER,) Toronto; Sloan (Tracy BROWN), Vancouver; Andrea (Scott HENSHAW), Toronto; and Thomas, Cumberland, British Columbia. Dear great-grandmother to Fergus SAVAGE, Cumberland, British Columbia and Henry STONER, Toronto. Ida, a daughter of the late John and Mary GRAHAM, was predeceased by her brothers and sisters, Mamie STARRETT, William GRAHAM, Herbert GRAHAM and Maude McMATH. Many thanks to the staff in 2West and 4West at Belmont House who lovingly care for her during the 6 years she lived with Alzheimer disease. A private family interment has taken place at Park Lawn Cemetery, Toronto.

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