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LADA o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-09-17 published
POTTER, Ralph A., B.A.Sc., P.Eng
On Sunday evening, September 14th, 2003 Ralph died peacefully at Mount Sinai Hospital. Dear son of the late Florence and Raymond POTTER. Beloved father of Karen LADA (Ted) and Grant (Nadine) of Calgary. Loving grandfather of Christopher and Kimberly LADA. Brother of Norma CRAIG (George) and Pauline WRONG of London, Ontario. Fondly remembered by many nieces and nephews. Upon Ralph's wishes, cremation has taken place and a family memorial will be held at a later date. Ralph was a '48 graduate in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Toronto. He spent his professional career in the paper industry. The family wishes to thank all those at the Intensive Care Unit in Mount Sinai Hospital and Pamela and Margaret, his caregivers for their kindnesses to Ralph. Memorial Donations to the Mount Sinai Clinical Care Unit or the Huntsville Humane Society would be greatly appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to The Simple Alternative Funeral Centres, 416-441-1580.

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LADD o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-03-06 published
LADD, Harold Stewart
Of Kingston, Ontario and Sandy Cove, Nova Scotia. Born in Regina, Saskatchewan, August 21, 1920, died peacefully on Wednesday, March 5, 2003 at Kingston, Ontario. son of the late Harold Lafayette LADD and Mary Jane STEWARD/STEWART/STUART. Predeceased by his beloved wife Ada. Father of Mary Elizabeth RAYSIDE (husband Jim) and Ian Stewart LADD (wife Elaine.) Dear ''Grampaw'' to Derek, Alexa, Ian and Renee RAYSIDE and Elizabeth and Jane LADD. Stew enjoyed a 43 year career with Alcan Aluminum Limited where he held a number of positions including Works Manager, Kingston Works, and Vice President, Personnel. He was a proud graduate of the University of Saskatchewan and served Queen's University for many years as a trustee and as a member of the Advisory Council of the School of Business. He was chair of the Conference Board in Canada Personnel Council, a member of the Advisory Committee of IMI (Geneva) and a member of the board of directors of Polysar Canada. Funeral service will be held in ''The Chapel on the Corner'' of the Robert J. Reid and Sons Funeral Home, 309 Johnson Street, Kingston, Ontario, on Saturday, March 8, 2003 at 1: 00 p.m. Reception to follow at the Donald Gordon Centre, College and Union Street. Private inurnment will be at a later date at Mount Royal Cemetery (Montreal). If desired, donations in lieu of flowers may be made to Queen's University or to the University of Saskatchewan.
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LADLY o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-09-12 published
FREDEEN, Frederick John Hartley
Fredeen was born in Macrorie, Saskatchewan, on September 23, 1920, and died on September 10, 2003 in Saskatoon. He is survived by his wife, Margaret Stephens NEWSHAM and their six children: Shirley (Robin, Owain and Myfanwy) of Saskatoon; Edward (Judy) and their four children (Tristan, Keisha, Caitlin, and Garrett) of Medicine Hat, Alberta; Alan (Linda) and their three children (Cara, Jonathan, and Trevor) of Truro, Nova Scotia; Kenneth (Katherine LADLY) and their three children (Connor, Patrick, and Ana) of Oakville, Ontario; Arthur (Sabine CORDES) of Prince George, British Columbia and Toronto, Ontario; and Lawrence (Andrea PASTERSHANK) and their two children (Molly and Ethan) of Prince George, British Columbia. He is survived as well by his brother Howard (Joan) of Lacombe, Alberta, Muriel of Macrorie, Saskatchewan, and Phyllis (Charles HEDLIN) of Saskatoon, brothers- and sisters-in-law Lloyd NEWSHAM (Lois) of Victoria British Columbia, Kathleen SWALM (Reece) of Kindersley, Saskatchewan., Gwendolyn Stephens NEWSHAM of Montreal, Quebec, and Ivor NEWSHAM (June) of North Battleford, as well as by numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his father Alvin Hartley FREDEEN, his mother Olive Arasmith FREDEEN, and his sister Elizabeth FREDEEN- PALMER. Hartley was a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan (B.S.A. 1943, M.Sc. 1951). He recently attended the 60th reunion of his B.S.A. graduating class. After graduation, Hartley began his career as a research scientist in entomology for Canada Agriculture. His specialty was the study of black flies and of means of controlling them. He published numerous research papers and was seconded to work in Montreal for three years prior to, and during, Expo 67 and to west Africa with World Health Organization. Through his many interests and the causes he believed in and supported, he earned the respect of many. He was an active member of Grosvenor Park United Church, member of the choir, a long time cub and scout leader, charter member of the Saskatchewan. Insitiute of Agrologists, and a member of Agricultural Institute of Canada for over 60 years. He was a charter member and past chair of the Entomological Institute of Canada, a former member of the International water Apportionment Board, past chairman of the U of S Credit Union and founding member of the Steep Hill Co-op. He was Chairman of the Memorial Society of Saskatchewan from 1986 to 1997, a long time supporter of the Wheat Pool, the Saskatoon Co-op Association and was a life time member of the New Democratic Party of Saskatchewan. He was an active bird watcher and enjoyed his membership in the Golden Eagles and supported many other causes such as the Seniors for Peace and Habitat for Humanity. Hartley was a faithful husband and friend to Margaret for over fifty years. He shared his love for the outdoors with his children, grandchildren and nieces and nephews. Ten years ago he completed a stage in the Jasper to Banff running relay as part of the Fredeen Family team. Every day will present us with the opportunity to celebrate his life and, should we choose, to act upon those beliefs he so strongly held: social justice, equality, the environment and peace. We will miss him. There are few who are so committed and true to their principles.''The true test of nationhood is not the height of its skyscraper nor the amount of its gold reserves, but rather how it cares for the weak, the downtrodden and the underprivileged.'' T.C.Douglas. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, September 13 at 1 o'clock in Grosvenor Park United Church.

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LADLY o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-09-15 published
FREDEEN, Frederick John Hartley
FREDEEN was born in Macrorie, Saskatchewan, on September 23, 1920, and died on September 10, 2003 in Saskatoon. He is survived by his wife, Margaret Stephens NEWSHAM and their six children: Shirley (Robin, Owain and Myfanwy) of Saskatoon; Edward (Judy) and their four children (Tristan, Keisha, Caitlin, and Garrett) of Medicine Hat, Alberta; Alan (Linda) and their three children (Cara, Jonathan, and Trevor) of Truro, Nova Scotia; Kenneth (Katherine LADLY) and their three children (Connor, Patrick, and Ana) of Oakville, Ontario; Arthur (Sabine CORDES) of Prince George, British Columbia and Toronto, Ontario; and Lawrence (Andrea PASTERSHANK) and their two children (Molly and Ethan) of Prince George, British Columbia. He is survived as well by his brother Howard (Joan) of Lacombe, Alberta, Muriel of Macrorie, Saskatchewan, and Phyllis (Charles HEDLIN) of Saskatoon, brothers- and sisters-in-law Lloyd NEWSHAM (Lois) of Victoria British Columbia, Kathleen SWALM (Reece) of Kindersley, Saskatchewan., Gwendolyn Stephens NEWSHAM of Montreal, Quebec, and Ivor NEWSHAM (June) of North Battleford, as well as by numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his father Alvin Hartley FREDEEN, his mother Olive Arasmith FREDEEN, and his sister Elizabeth FREDEEN- PALMER. Hartley was a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan (B.S.A. 1943, M.Sc. 1951). He recently attended the 60th reunion of his B.S.A. graduating class. After graduation, Hartley began his career as a research scientist in entomology for Canada Agriculture. His specialty was the study of black flies and of means of controlling them. He published numerous research papers and was seconded to work in Montreal for three years prior to, and during, Expo 67 and to west Africa with World Health Organization. Through his many interests and the causes he believed in and supported, he earned the respect of many. He was an active member of Grosvenor Park United Church, member of the choir, a long time cub and scout leader, charter member of the Saskatchewan. Insitiute of Agrologists, and a member of Agricultural Institute of Canada for over 60 years. He was a charter member and past chair of the Entomological Institute of Canada, a former member of the International water Apportionment Board, past chairman of the U of S Credit Union and founding member of the Steep Hill Co-op. He was Chairman of the Memorial Society of Saskatchewan from 1986 to 1997, a long time supporter of the Wheat Pool, the Saskatoon Co-op Association and was a life time member of the New Democratic Party of Saskatchewan. He was an active bird watcher and enjoyed his membership in the Golden Eagles and supported many other causes such as the Seniors for Peace and Habitat for Humanity. Hartley was a faithful husband and friend to Margaret for over fifty years. He shared his love for the outdoors with his children, grandchildren and nieces and nephews. Ten years ago he completed a stage in the Jasper to Banff running relay as part of the FREDEEN Family team. Every day will present us with the opportunity to celebrate his life and, should we choose, to act upon those beliefs he so strongly held: social justice, equality, the environment and peace. We will miss him. There are few who are so committed and true to their principles.''The true test of nationhood is not the height of its skyscraper nor the amount of its gold reserves, but rather how it cares for the weak, the downtrodden and the underprivileged.'' T.C.Douglas. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, September 13 at 1 o'clock in Grosvenor Park United Church.

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LADOUCEUR o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-12-19 published
ASSEFF, Chris
Age 84, resident of Thornhill and former resident of Thunder Bay, died in Toronto on Thursday December 11, 2003. After the war he started up a business in Fort William and he was elected to the Fort William R.C.S.S. Board as a trustee in 1947. This was the start of a long and very passionate involvement with Catholic Education in Ontario. Following his tenure with the Fort William Board he and his family moved to Toronto in 1964 and he became the Executive Director of the O.S.S.T.A. remaining as the Executive Director until his retirement in 1984. The contributions Chris made to the Catholic Education System in Ontario have been immeasurable and for many years he has been affectionately called 'Mr. Catholic Schools'. One of if not the high point of his life was his receiving communion from His Holiness Pope John Paul II when he visited Ontario. Chris was first and foremost a man devoted to his family and Friends. He was married to Anne (nee MIKELUK) who predeceased him in 1984 and he is survived by and will be missed by his daughter Sandra LADOUCEUR and her husband Jerry of Thunder Bay, his sons Chris and Philip of Toronto, his grand_son Sean (Lori) LADOUCEUR of Thunder Bay, several nephews, nieces and other relatives also survive. He will also be missed by his best friend Theresa BASLER. Chris was predeceased by his brothers Manere, Fred and Phil and sisters Isabel, Margaret and Emelien. Funeral services were held on Monday December 15, 2003 when Friends and family gathered for Funeral Mass at 2: 00 p.m. in St. Patrick's Cathedral, Thunder Bay, Ontario celebrated by Rev. David GILLEN. A private family interment was held in Mountain View Cemetery. Vigil services were offered on Sunday afternoon in the Blake Funeral Chapel, Thunder Bay. If Friends wish to remember Chris, please make donations to the Canadian Cancer Society in his memory.

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