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KERHANOVICH o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2003-01-22 published
Margaret Clara LEWIS (Nee WHIDDON)
In loving memory of Margaret Clara LEWIS who died peacefully, January 19, 2003 at the Manitoulin Lodge, age 91 years.
Beloved wife of William LEWIS (predeceased in 1996.) Loving mother of Jack (Myrna,) Carol (Carl HALL,) Lyle (Paulette.) Very special grandmother to Wendy, Michael, David, Stacey and Sherry. Cherished great grandmother to Justin, Adrien, Parker, Ally and Hunter. Dear sister of Bill (Lena) and Nora (Nick predeceased), predeceased by John and Dorothy. Dear sister-in-law of Doreen GRANGER (George,) Madeline HOLOWACK, Mary KERHANOVICH (Earl), Catherine GIFFEN (Garth). Predeceased by Ina and George BREATHAT and Margaret and Arden LEWIS. Sadly missed by many nieces and nephews.
Margaret was born in Fort Frances, Ontario and graduated as a registered nurse in 1932. She moved to Manitoulin Island where she married her husband in 1941. A hard working woman, Margaret raised her children, worked on the family farm, and nursed until her retirement. She lived her later years in Little Current, and most recently at the Manitoulin Lodge in Gore Bay. Visitation from 10: 00 until Funeral Service 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, January 22, 2003 at Island Funeral Home. Cremation with burial of ashes in Elmview Cemetery.

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KERNAGHAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-11-04 published
HEFFERON, Margaret Jane
Died suddenly on Monday, November 3, 2003 in her 72nd year, at St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto, Ontario. Survived by her husband Dennis, sons Michael (wife Kathleen) and Thomas (wife Patricia), her daughter Kathleen (husband Jed LIPPERT) and her 2 loving grandchildren Colin and Rory. She is also survived by 3 sisters, Maureen (husband Ted LORIMER,) Patricia (husband Robert RIDDELL) and Linda (husband Mario MASTROMARTINO) and 2 brothers, Jim KERNAGHAN (wife Carol) and John KERNAGHAN (wife Michelle.) Her life was devoted to the care of people in her career as a nurse (Toronto East General Hospital) and as a public health nurse (Durham Region). Since her retirement she helped found the Caring Alliance to help the homeless and was a dedicated visitor to and supporter of housing for disadvantaged families living in motels. She will be sorely missed by her family, her Friends and the many whose lives she touched. Visitation will be held at the ''Scarborough Chapel'' of McDougall and Brown, 2900 Kingston Road (east of St. Clair Avenue East), on Wednesday, November 5th from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral service will be held on Thursday, November 6th at 11 a.m. from Washington United Church. Interment will be private. As expressions of sympathy, donations made to St. Michael's Hospital Foundation would be appreciated.

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KERNER o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-11-05 published
O'NEILL, Madelène (née HERSEY)
Died suddenly and peacefully at the Griffith McConnell residence on Monday, November 3rd, 2003 in her eighty-third year. Dear wife of Dr. James H. O'NEILL and beloved mother of Sharon (Bob SMALLHORN), Sally (Bob LEWIS), Stephanie (Skip KERNER) of Montreal and Sheelah of Montreal. Lène will be lovingly remembered by her grandchildren David and Brian (Sandra) SMALLHORN, Chris and Tim (Jan) LEWIS, Matthew, Jamin, Emily and Sarah KERNER, and David and John ATTALA and new great-grandaughter. Sister of Peter (Mary) and the late John, also sister of Mason and Ronald. Visitation will be at Kane and Fetterly Funeral Home, 5301 Decarie Blvd. (Corner Isabella), on Wednesday, November 5, 2003, from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Malachy's Church (corner Clanranald and Isabella) on Thursday, November 6, 2003, at 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Montreal Alzheimer Society, 5165 Sherbrooke St. West, Office 410, Montréal, Québec, H4A 1T6 or to the Griffith McConnell Residence, 5760 Parkhaven, Cote St. Luc, Québec, H4W 1Y1. The family would like to thank the infirmary staff of the Griffith McConnell for their care and devotion. Condolences may be sent to www.kanefetterly.qc.ca

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KERNOHAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-12-27 published
KERNOHAN, Kathryn Margaret (née KINNEAR)
Born December 29, 1911 died December 24, 2003 in Toronto, her birthplace. Beloved wife of the late Gordon E. KERNOHAN. Predeceased by her parents Thomas H. and Margaret G. KINNEAR (née NASMITH) and her brother T. Clark KINNEAR. Much loved and most loving mother of Susan SCACE (Arthur,) Kathy and Patrick KINNEAR (Ginny.) Adored ''Gammi'' of Jennifer and Patrick, Gordon and Cayleigh, and Sarah and Maggie. Special Grammi to Matthew, Jonathan and Adam. Cherished Auntie Kay to Bill KERNOHAN, the late Dodie PHILLIPS Tom, Bob and Bill KINNEAR and Margo HYDE. A heartfelt thank you to all the caregivers at Belmont House over the last ten years. A memorial service will be held on Monday, January 12, 2004 at 11 o'clock at Timothy Eaton Memorial Church. A reception will follow. If desired, donations may be made to Timothy Eaton Memorial Church, 230 St. Clair Avenue West, Toronto M4V 1R5, or to a charity of your choice.

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KERNOHAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-12-30 published
KERNOHAN, Kathryn Margaret (née KINNEAR)
Born December 29, 1911 died December 24, 2003 in Toronto, her birthplace. Beloved wife of the late Gordon E. KERNOHAN. Predeceased by her parents Thomas H. and Margaret G. KINNEAR (née NASMITH) and her brother T. Clark KINNEAR. Much loved and most loving mother of Susan SCACE (Arthur), Kathy and Patrick (Ginny). Adored ''Gammie'' of Jennifer and Patrick, Gordon and Cayleigh, and Sarah and Maggie. Special Gammie to Matthew, Jonathan and Adam. Cherished Auntie Kay to Bill KERNOHAN, the late Dodie PHILLIPS Tom, Bob and Bill KINNEAR and Margo HYDE. A heartfelt thank you to all the caregivers at Belmont House over the last ten years. A memorial service will be held on Monday, January 12, 2004 at 11 o'clock at Timothy Eaton Memorial Church. A reception will follow.

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KERR o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2003-06-18 published
Emma KERR
In loving memory of Emma KERR who passed away peacefully on Saturday, June 14, 2003 at the Manitoulin Health Centre at the age of 88 years.
Predeceased by husband Lloyd KERR (1993.) Predeceased by her parents Daniel and Emma (STERLING) KAY. Dear mother of Wayne and wife Joyce of Naughton, Garry and wife Dawn of Manitowaning. Cherished grandmother of seven and great grandmother of 13. Loved sister of Hannah Jane (husband John BUIE), William Thomas, George Wesley (wife Lottie), Robert John (wife Doreen), Daniel Francis (wife Grace), Joseph Edward (wife Mary), Donald Lee, Susan (husband George PILON), Herman Roy (wife Lizzie), all predeceased. Survived by sister Mary Matilda and husband William BONIFACE. Visitation from 1: 00 pm until Memorial Service at 2: 00 pm on Friday, June 20, 2003 at Knox United Church, Manitowaning, Ont.
Burial of ashes in Hilly Grove Cemetery. Arrangements in care of Island Funeral Home.

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KERR o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2003-07-16 published
Harold Albert WILLIS
In loving memory of Harold Albert WILLIS, who passed away at his home on Saturday, July 12, 2003 at the age of 60 years.
Beloved son of George WILLIS of Gore Bay Lodge and Marie (predeceased April 19. 1998). Dear brother of Ted and wife Maria of Sheguiandah, Joyce and husband Wayne KERR of Naughton. Remembered by many nieces and nephews. Graveside service was held Monday, July 14, 2003. Burial in Hilly Grove Cemetery. Arrangement in care of Island Funeral Home.

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KERR o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2003-10-08 published Glenna Viola LAROCQUE In loving memory of Glenna Viola LAROCQUE, who passed away peacefully at St. Joseph's Health Centre, Sudbury on Friday, October 3, 2003 in her 80th year.
Predeceased by husband Graydon WRIGHT (1969) and Gabriel LAROCQUE (1991.) Loved by children Dawn and Garry KERR of Manitowaning, Jacqueline and Arnold MacMILLAN of Val Caron, Patricia and Leon SAINT_MARSEILLE of Blezard Valley, Perry WRIGHT of London, Leon and Sylvie WRIGHT of Val Caron and John WRIGHT of London. Predeceased by daughter Vanessa GAYLE. Special grandmother of Shari (Ray) LEVESQUE, Kelli (Alton) HOBBS, Corrine (Claude) PELLATT, Allan (Holly) MacMILLAN, Catharine (Jeff) GIFFEN, Gregory (Nicole) MacMILLAN, Steven (Janice) SAINT_MARSEILLE,
Dean (Nicole) SAINT_MARSEILLE, Jodi WRIGHT, Kristy WRIGHT, Andy WRIGHT, Jennifer WRIGHT, Jason WRIGHT, David WRIGHT and Cyllna WRIGHT. Great grandmother of Jessica, Danielle, Nicholas, Allanah, Brytne, Kristofer, Tyler, Sarah, Bradley, Vanessa, Colin, Mackenzie, Kendra, Kyle and Sally. Remembered by brother Alvie (Ruth) ELLIOT/ELLIOTT of Sisson Ridge, NB. Memorial Service at 3: 00 pm Friday, October 10, 2003 at Knox United Church, Manitowaning. Darlene HARDY officiating. Burial of ashes in Hilly Grove Cemetery. Island Funeral Home.

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KERR o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-06-28 published
Rowan T. HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON, D.F.C., 1917-2003
Died peacefully at home in New Liskeard, Ontario on June 25, 2003. Husband of Rosemary KERR, father of Geraldine of Markham (Ronald PIERCE,) Robert of North Bay (Wendy TAILOR/TAYLOR) and Patrick of London, England, grandfather of Kevin and Ian HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON. He had a distinguished career in the Royal Canadian Air Force (1940-1946) flying Spitfires and Mustangs in England and on the continent with 401 and 414 Squadrons, attaining the rank of Squadron Leader. He was well known in business in New Liskeard and for many years a member of the Board of Directors of Northern Telephone Company Ltd. A private memorial service will be held at a later date. If desired, donations may be sent to the Canadian Cancer Society.

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KERR o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-09-17 published
Gallant fighter pilot was war hero
Upper Canada College alumnus received the coveted Distinguished Flying Cross in 1943 for his 'very keen fighting spirit'
By Tom HAWTHORN Special to The Globe and Mail Wednesday, September 17, 2003 - Page R7
Rowan T. (Bob) HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON was a Second World War fighter pilot who credited his flying mate, Larry DOHERTY, with saving his life at the cost of his own.
Mr. DOHERTY alerted Mr. HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON by radio of an impending attack by three German fighters, shortly before he was shot down and killed in June, 1943.
Mr. HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON escaped a similar fate only by outlasting the enemy in a desperate, 20-minute dogfight.
His friend's warning and his own skill saved Mr. HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON from becoming a wartime casualty. He returned from Europe a decorated pilot and enjoyed a successful business career before dying at home in New Liskeard, Ontario, on June 25, aged 86.
Rowan Theodore HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON, who was called Bob by childhood Friends and Hutch by fellow pilots, was born in Toronto on May 10, 1917, the only child of an accountant father. He attended Upper Canada College before entering engineering studies at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario
He enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force on August 14, 1940, just as the Battle of Britain was underway. After training, he was posted to No. 401 Squadron, flying Spitfires.
In August, 1942, he was transferred to No. 414 Squadron, known as the Sarnia Imperials, which flew Mustangs from a base at Croydon, Surrey.
On August 19, just eight days after arriving, Mr. HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON flew a tactical reconnaissance mission during the ill-fated Dieppe Raid.
The Imperials spent the next 12 months flying defensive patrols over the south coast of England, as well as engaging in daytime strafing raids on targets in occupied France.
Flying Officer HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON returned to Dieppe on the French coast on March 26, 1943, flying low across the English Channel in his Mustang before attacking two locomotives and an electrical transformer.
Typical of the harassment campaign was a mission Mr. HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON and Mr. DOHERTY flew on April 1, as they scoured the French coast from Fécamp to Dieppe, firing on electric power lines and shooting up two freight engines.
On one such raid, Mr. HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON and another partner riddled five locomotives in the Le Havre area.
Another time, a strafing run in the Breton coastal region damaged seven locomotives. A wing of Mr. HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON's Mustang was struck by ground fire. He returned safely to base.
On June 6, 1943, the pair was assigned to escort a naval vessel on a secret mission in the English Channel when Flying Officer DOHERTY spotted a trio of Folke-Wulf 190s just as they launched a surprise attack. His brief radio warning alerted Mr. HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON to the danger, although DOHERTY's Mustang was almost immediately shot down.
"For 20 minutes HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON fought off the three enemy aircraft until the German pilots gave up their attacks and flew away," according to an account published in The Royal Canadian Air Force Overseas, an official 1944 history. "Then, despite the fact that his petrol was almost exhausted, the Mustang pilot resumed his patrol over the naval vessel and saw it safely back to port.
"Thanks to DOHERTY's warning and HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON's gallantry the naval vessel had not been attacked during the engagement."
On landing, it was discovered that Mr. HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON's Mustang had but a thimbleful of fuel.
The Imperials were redesignated as a fighter reconnaissance squadron later that month, as Allied planners began preparations for an invasion of Europe.
They also took airborne before-and-after photographs of the launch sites for V-1 flying bombs.
Once, Mr. HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON and Flying Officer B. B. MOSSING were jumped by eight German fighters, although Mr. MOSSING damaged one with a well-placed burst and three more were shot down by Spitfires which came to the rescue of the reconnaissance Mustangs.
On the morning of the D-Day landings, Mr. HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON's squadron was assigned to spot targets for the naval bombardment of coastal defences stretching from Le Havre to Cherbourg. For Mr. HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON, it was exactly one year to the day since he had tangled with the trio of FW 190s.
The following days were a blur of predawn briefings, as the squadron flew at first light to photograph mosaics of Caen, France, as well as Luftwaffe airfields. Planners were desperate for information on overnight changes in the battle area.
On Dominion Day, 1944, Mr. HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON, by now a squadron leader, was made commander of the Imperials. They moved base from Odiham, Hampshire, to Ste-Honorine-de-Ducy, France, in August, replacing their Mustangs with Spitfires. The squadron moved base every few weeks to keep pace with the army's advances.
One of his final achievements was in providing valuable photographs and reports in August, 1944, as the German Seventh and Fifth Panzer armies tried desperately to escape an encroaching Allied encirclement in an area that became known as the Falaise pocket.
Mr. HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross in 1943 for his "very keen fighting spirit."
After the war, he was prominent in business in New Liskeard, operating a travel agency, an insurance brokerage and a real-estate company. He sat on the board of directors of the Northern Telephone Company Ltd.
He leaves his wife of 54 years, Rosemary (née KERR,) their daughter and two sons, and two grand_sons.

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KERR o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-11-26 published
FOSTER, Douglas Mortimer
Died peacefully at the South Muskoka Memorial Hospital in Bracebridge, on Saturday, November 22nd, 2003 at the age of 88. Beloved husband of Mary Jean (née LYALL.) Predeceased by his first wife Marnie (née KERR.) Lovingly remembered by his children Lynn ARMSTRONG (Brock,) Wendy SHELLEY (Steven,) Doug FOSTER (Nancy,) Lesley FOSTER (Leslie HENDY), his stepchildren Susan BELL, Sharon JONES, Donald BELL and Lyall BELL. Loving grandfather of Craig, Carolyn, Stuart, Adam, Katelynn, Samantha, Marcella, Natalie, Alexandra, Sachi and Hunter. A private memorial service was held at the Reynolds Funeral Home ''Turner Chapel'' in Bracebridge 877-806-2257. Donations in memory of Doug to the South Muskoka Hospital Foundation would be gratefully appreciated by the family.

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KERR o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-12-01 published
'Curtain up, laugh, laugh, laugh, curtain down'
Versatile comic actor appeared in a string of hit revues, as well as at the Shaw and Stratford festivals, in London and on Broadway
By Allison LAWLOR, Special to The Globe and Mail Monday, December 1, 2003 - Page R7
At the mere mention of his name some people would just start giggling. In fact, wherever the wonderfully comic actor Tom KNEEBONE went there was laughter. He loved not only to make other people laugh but also to let out his own deep laugh, which Friends say seemed to start in his gut and make its way up through his body, gathering force as it went.
"Tom could make me laugh longer and harder than anyone else," said Gary KRAWFORD, a long-time friend who first worked with him in the mid-1960s. "He was without a doubt the funniest man I've ever met in my life."
Mr. KNEEBONE, who has been described by some critics as one of the world's top cabaret performers, died in a Toronto hospital on November 15 after suffering a heart attack and other complications. He was 71.
The versatile performer appeared for many years at the Shaw Festival and the Stratford Festival of Canada, where during the 1976 season he played Puck opposite Jessica TANDY in A Midsummer Night's Dream. He also performed at London's Old Vic, the Charlottetown Festival and on Broadway. He was a guest with the Canadian Opera Company and the National Ballet of Canada, a company he greatly admired.
Toronto audiences may remember him best for the string of hit revues he performed with Dinah CHRISTIE, which included Ding Dong at the Dell, The Apple Tree and Oh Coward! "I was absolutely in awe of the man," Ms. CHRISTIE said, recalling the first time they performed together 38 years ago.
They developed an enduring partnership that resulted in appearances across the country performing everywhere from cabarets to big concert halls with symphony orchestras. In Toronto, they performed together at Massey Hall and Roy Thomson Hall. Over the years, working with Mr. KNEEBONE became like "working with kith and kin," Ms. CHRISTIE said.
"We made each other laugh," she said, adding that they worked so well together because they were complete opposites.
While Mr. KNEEBONE was happy living and working in the big city, Ms. CHRISTIE feels more at home on her farm in rural Ontario with her animals and open space.
Born in Auckland, New Zealand, on May 12, 1932, Mr. KNEEBONE later moved to England to study at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. After graduation, he went with the company on a 1963 North American tour. When the tour folded in New York, Mr. KNEEBONE went out looking for work. He travelled to Toronto and joined the Crest Theatre Company, where he got a job performing in a production of She Stoops to Conquer. He later starred with the Canadian comic actor Barbara HAMILTON in the hit revue That Hamilton Woman. The road was paved for him after that and, as he was quoted as saying, it was 40 years of "curtain up, laugh, laugh, laugh, curtain down."
Over the years, several critics remarked on Mr. KNEEBONE's unique facial features. Walter KERR in The New York Times once wrote: "His eyes are all right, but I think his nose is crossed."
In Time magazine, comparisons were made between Mr. KNEEBONE, Pinocchio and Charlie Brown. "With leprechaun whimsy, and a pace as assured as the Dominion Observatory Time Signal, his major weapon is a wonderfully mobile face that he seems never to have grown accustomed to. Small wonder," the writer wrote. "His features might have been drawn by a child. Eyes like silver dollars, a nose that wobbles to a Pinocchio point, and a mouth tight and tiny as Charlie Brown's when he is sad."
The moment the sun came up in the morning, Mr. KNEEBONE was up and out of bed, opening his curtains and declaring: "Let's get on with the show," his friend Doug McCULLOUGH recalled. "You cannot take the theatre out of Tom," Mr. McCULLOUGH said. "Tom was always on stage."
Mr. KNEEBONE was never without a story to tell, whether it was a tale about the crazy person who gravitated to him on a Toronto subway or a character he met while performing in a small town. "Everything had a theatrical dimension," Mr. McCULLOUGH said.
In recent years, Mr. KNEEBONE turned his attention toward writing and directing plays for the Smile Theatre Company. Once again he and his long-time friend Ms. CHRISTIE were collaborators. Together they brought professional theatre to senior citizens' homes, long-term care facilities and hospitals. Mr. KNEEBONE had been the company's artistic director since 1987.
Known for his extensive research, he spent hours combing through books and old musical recordings at libraries and theatrical museums collecting information to use in his productions. He charmed all the librarians at Toronto's public libraries, Ms. CHRISTIE said.
He loved the process of gathering Canada's little-known stories, whether it was the tale of a war bride or the country's first black doctor, and then bringing them to audiences. He also saw it as a way to give something not only to people whose health prevented them from getting to the theatre, but to the country that has accepted him so warmly when he arrived.
Despite his writing and directing, he never stopped performing. Just weeks before he died, Mr. KNEEBONE and Ms. CHRISTIE performed some of Noël Coward material together for a benefit.
"He was one of the masters of Noël Coward," Mr. Krawford said.
In addition to his stage work, Mr. KNEEBONE performed in film and television, including the movies The Luck of Ginger Coffey and The Housekeeper.
A proud Canadian, Mr. KNEEBONE was honoured by his adopted country with the Order of Ontario, and was named a Member of the Order of Canada in October, 2002.
He leaves his cousin, Robert GIBSON, in Australia.

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KERRISON o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2003-01-08 published
Denise Catherine OLMSTEAD
In loving memory of Denise Catherine OLMSTEAD, October 25, 1925 to December 20, 2002.
Denise OLMSTEAD, a resident of the Manitoulin Lodge, Gore Bay and formerly of Mississauga, died at the Mindemoya Hospital, on Friday, December 20, 2002 at the age of 77 years. She was born in London, England, daughter of the late Wm. Timothy and Anne (BUCKLAND) WALKER. Denise has been an R.N. in the R.A.F. and also at the Scarborough Centenary Hospital and the Trillium Hospital, Mississauga. She had been a very active person, having been a member of the Girl Guides Lion's Club, and had been Co-founder of the Parents Without Partners Chapter in her area. She was fondly referred to as "the Duchess", and will be remembered as a lady who kept others organized. Her greatest joys were being involved with her many Friends, her family and PWP. Through these relationships, she was an inspiration and mentor to many. Denise never "gave up" and her inspiration and love of life will be cherished by family and all who knew her. Dearly loved and loving mother of Gloria and Bill KENNEDY of London and Terry and Rosanne OLMSTEAD of Gore Bay. Proud grandmother of Jessica, Jason and Jennifer. Dear sister of Bill and his wife Ruth WALKER of Kingston and Pat KERRISON of England. Also survived by many nieces and nephews.
Friends called the Culgin Funeral Home, Gore Bay, on Monday December 23, 2002. The funeral service was conducted with Fr. Bert FOLIOT officiating. Cremation to follow. Culgin Funeral Home

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