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DINEEN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-07-12 published
Notice To Creditors And Others
All claims including claims made by Yvonne ROBERTS and Terri-Anne ROBERTS against the estate of Peter Frank ROBERTS, born February 26, 1940, late of Toronto, Ontario who died on or about the 16th day of February, 2003, must be filed with the Solicitors for the representative on or before the 19th day of July, 2003, after which date Cheryl THOMAS the daughter of the late Peter Frank ROBERTS, will be applying to be appointed Estate Trustee and once appointed the estate will be distributed having regard only to the claims of which the Estate Trustee then shall have notice
Dated at Toronto, this 24th day of June, 2003
Cheryl THOMAS
Proposed Estate Trustee without a Will
By: Paul A. DINEEN
Chapnick and Associates
Barristers and Solicitors
228 Carlton Street
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DINER o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-10-29 published
FOGELL, David 1923-2003
Born December 22, 1923 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Died October 27, 2003 at home with his family in Vancouver, British Columbia. He was predeceased by his parents Melach and Surka, brother, Ben and sisters Dora and Netty. Dave is mourned by his wife, Estelle, children, Melanie and her husband Ken GOLDSTEIN, Wayne and Mark. He will be greatly missed by his grandchildren Carie and her husband Stuart, Daniel, Sarah, Kylie; Sammy, Benji and their mother Dorothy ULLMAN as well as great-grand_son, Kade. He will never be forgotten by his many relatives and Friends. Dave was an incredibly charismatic and an intensely joyful human being. He felt deeply and loved unquestioningly. Those who were fortunate enough to be part of his life will be forever enriched by having known him. Dave approached everything in his life with meticulous attention. He had very humble beginnings yet he always remembered those who helped him throughout his life. He had a rare passion for living extending to everything and everyone. His seemingly endless energy led to numerous accomplishments and successes. He will be remembered most for his ability to make those around him feel loved. The funeral is Wednesday, October 29, 2003 at the Beth Israel Cemetary, 1721 Willingdon, Burnaby, at 12 noon. The pallbearers are Sammy and Benji FOGELL, Daniel GOLDSTEIN, Lanny GOULD, Howard DINER and Joel ALTMAN. Honourary pallbearers are Zivey FELDMAN and Harry GELFANT. The family would like to thank caregivers Denyse TREPANIER and Bryan WALKER as well as Dr. Larry COLLINS and Dr. Victoria BERNSTEIN. If desired, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Fund or the Jewish Family Service Agency.

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DINGLE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-06-25 published
DINGLE, Lloyd Egerton
It is with great sorrow and sadness that the family announce the passing of Lloyd Egerton DINGLE on Tuesday, June 24, 2003, in his 92nd year. Lloyd died peacefully at York Central Hospital Continuing Care. Predeceased by his mother Marjorie and sisters Marjorie and Ruth. Lloyd had a long distinguished career at Colgate Palmolive and served his country proudly during World War 2 as part of the Royal Canadian Air Force Radar Division. He was an avid outdoorsman and an expert gardener specializing in prize peonies. ''Unc's'' love and devotion to family and generous heart will be lovingly remembered and sadly missed by his niece Nancy M. POTTS, nephew Peter A. BICK and wife Diana Liberty BICK: great nieces and great nephews Marisa, Jennifer, Jesse, Andrew, Kelsey, Paisley and Blayne. Visitation on Thursday, June 26, at the R. S. Kane Funeral Home (6150 Yonge Street at Goulding, south of Steeles) from 1: 30 p.m. with the funeral service to follow at 2: 30 p.m. Interment York Cemetery.
''Forever remembered, Forever missed''
If desired donations in Lloyd's memory may be made to York Central Hospital Continuing Care.

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DINNEEN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-12-09 published
James Joseph DINNEEN
By Robin WHALEN, Tuesday, December 9, 2003 - Page A24
Husband, father, son, brother, friend, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce communications officer. Born December 20, 1971 in Sudbury, Ontario Died October 28 in Toronto, of acute myeloid leukemia, aged 31.
It's not only my husband's young age that makes his death a tragedy, it was his fun-loving, larger than life, indomitable spirit it was his incredible loyalty, commitment and unwavering passion for his wife, two young children, family and Friends. At the risk of sounding clichéd or colloquial, James was one of a kind. A man larger than life; a man never to be replicated, never to be forgotten.
In December, 2002, after a couple of months of feeling slightly under the weather, James decided to dig up his health card and go to a walk-in clinic (he didn't have a family doctor; why bother, doctors were for sick people) to get some blood tests done.
What the clinic found forever changed our lives: his blood-work results were abnormal. James was sent to Princess Margaret Hospital on a Monday afternoon, diagnosed with leukemia in the evening and started chemotherapy 24 hours later. We were bound and determined to fight. And fight James did.
Through two rounds of intensive chemotherapy, James kept laughing. He laughed at reruns of The Simpsons, he laughed with his Friends and family, and he laughed when his kids called to sing to him on the phone. He told me he felt fine, would fight with every ounce of strength in his body. Despite the failure of both attempts at attaining a remission, James plowed ahead. We took a vacation, we spent our tax-return refund on landscaping, and we bought the gourmet barbecue of our dreams. He didn't think about the cancer. He looked forward, never back.
After another two rounds of experimental, highly toxic chemotherapy, James kept laughing. He hosted dinner parties at our home, he took his kids to Wonderland, he frolicked in the lake with his Friends (even with a catheter line inserted into his chest), and we bought the luxury car of our dreams. He didn't think about the cancer. He looked forward, never back. And even with no immune system to speak of, he braved more than 400,000 people and attended the severe acute respiratory syndrome concert at Downsview to see his favourite band, Rush. All this against the advice of his doctors. He looked forward, never back.
Through 11 months of treatment, he spent only three months at home. But I never saw this mountain of a man give up once. He kept the spirit of all those around him alive by continuing to joke even in the worst of times. In his final months of life, he attended hockey games, basketball games, went out to many five-star restaurants and lived life like a healthy man full of vitality although it turns out he knew he was terminally ill.
Two weeks prior to his death, he wrote our two beautiful children a letter, to be read by each on their 18th birthday. In this letter he passed along his life lessons and wishes for his children knowing that he wouldn't be around to deliver love and guidance in person. He distilled his values into one beautifully written, eloquent letter. I got the chance to read this after he passed away and was reminded again of my husband's incredible character.
In his final hours of life, he called all those he loved to his bedside, one by one, to tell us how he felt; to tell us how we had changed his life, why he loved us and how to move on with his memory. To keep smiling, to be brave, to always remember and to never give up hope. In his words: "Don't cry, we had great times." My husband gave me a lifetime of beautiful, loyal, cherished memories as well as two blue-eyed angels who remind me of him each and every day. As James said on our wedding day, "Forever is a good thing."
Robin is the spouse of James DINNEEN.

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