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LEE o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2003-02-19 published
James Edwin LEE
In loving memory of James Edwin LEE who passed away peacefully at Manitoulin Health Centre, Little Current on Wednesday, February 19, 2003 at the age of 89 years. Loved by wife Carole. Predeceased by wife Jessie (née CORBETT.) Dear father of Jamie and wife Karen of Sunderland and their children Kevin, Jeffery, Rebecca and Jonathan. Will be missed by step children Eric and wife Claudette TROUGHTON, Steven and wife Tammy TROUGHTON, Geoffrey and wife Kelly TROUGHTON, all of Oshawa, Shawn and wife Bonnie TROUGHTON of Guelph, Dan and wife Dawn Troughton of Harriston, Kristin TROUGHTON and step grandchildren Leeanne, Nicole, Ryan, Jeremy, Mikayla, Brianna, Justin, Kelsey, Nicholas and Brett. Fondly remembered by sister Isabel and husband Lorne BRADLEY of Glouster. There will be a memorial service later in the spring. Arrangements in care of Island Funeral Home, Little Current.

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LEE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-02-12 published
Cecilia Pik-Ling TAM
Just over a week after being diagnosed with cancer, died peacefully at Scarborough General Hospital with her loving family at her side on February 9, 2003. She was 54. She will be sadly missed by her husband Paul and children Janice and Anthony. Dear sister to Paulson LEE and his wife Winifred WONG, Anita LEE and her husband Choy Ping YIN, Leslie LEE and her husband Gilbert HUNG, Antonia LEE and her husband Norman TU, Josephine LEE and her husband William CHAN, Bernard LEE and his wife Happy SHEE. Predeceased by her parents LEE Chun Kwok and LO Kwei Yuen as well as her siblings LEE Pik Kwan, Betty LEE, Elsie LEE and her husband Chau Kai Hang, and LEE Pik Shan. Francis LEE, Betty LEE's husband, will also miss Ceci. Loving sister-in-law to Peter TAM and his wife Julianna CHEUNG, Alice TAM and her husband Charles YAM, Henry TAM and his wife Teresa TSANG. Her many relatives and Friends will miss her kindness and beauty. She passed away with extraordinary grace, courage, and faith. Surely God was on her side. Her selfless devotion will be remembered by all the people she has touched during her shortened lifetime. Family and Friends may visit at the Jerrett Funeral Home ­ North York Chapel, 6191 Yonge Street, North York (2 lights South of Steeles Ave.) on Wednesday from 6 ­ 9 p.m. and Thursday from 2 ­ 4 and 6 ­ 9 p.m. There will be no visitation on Friday. The Funeral Mass will be on Saturday February 15, 2003 at 10: 00 a.m. at St. Bonaventure Roman Catholic Church, 1300 Leslie St. (at Lawrence Ave. East.). Private burial for family members only. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Cecilia TAM Memorial Fund at 42 Fulham Street, Scarborough, Ontario, M1S 2A5.

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LEE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-03-18 published
PEART / LEE, Margaret Eileen (née HEALY)
Died peacefully, on March 17, 2003, at St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto, at the age of 86. Dearly beloved wife of Fred PEART. Loving mother of Mary Catherine O'BRIEN (Mike,) and Rosemary DUNNING (Michael,) and Fred's children: John, Mary Lou ROBERTSON (Clyde), Peter (Marjorie), and Gord (Marianne). Grammy of 22 grandchildren, and 24 great-grandchildren. Survived by her brother Frank HEALY. Predeceased by Gerry LEE, her grand_son Matthew O'BRIEN, and her brother Wilf HEALY. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at St. Gabriel's Church (650 Sheppard Avenue East), on Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. Reception to follow service at the family home. The family wish to thank the doctors and staff of St. Michael's Hospital.

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LEE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-07-04 published
LEE, Florence Lillian (Flo)
Passed away peacefully at Saint Mary's Hospital New Westminster June 25, 2003. Born Florence MINCHINTON at Napanee, Ontario, June 18, 1909. She was for 62 years the loving wife of William Cyril (Cy) who died November last. Flo will be affectionately remembered by their son Randy, brother-in-law Kenneth LEE (Judy,) cousins, among them Neil HILLHOUSE, Bill HAMER, Vera TABER, Donabelle OLENICK and Jean WINSLADE and very many Friends. She was predeceased by her brother James who is survived by his wife Audrey. Flo worked as a professional secretary and was a member of the Canouver Club. Married to Cy in 1940 she went with him to the Royal Canadian Air Force base Ucluelet to assist with the Young Men's Christian Association War Services. After moving to New Westminster where she and Cy lived in a house they had designed together she volunteered with the Royal Columbian Hospital Auxiliary. An avid bridge player, Flo spent many memorable hours with her neighbourhood Friends and was always ready to share happiness or problems. She will be much missed. Thanks of the family goes to the staff at Canada Way Care Centre and Saint Mary's Hospital for their kindness. At her request there will be no service. Memorial donations to a charity of your choice would be appreciated.

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LEE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-07-05 published
JONES, Carolyn (( DUNCANnée) McKAY)
Born in Halbrite, Saskatchewan, December 5, 1908. Carol died in North Vancouver, British Columbia on June 24, 2003. She was predeceased by her first husband Lewis DUNCAN, Picton, Ontario., and her second husband William JONES of Merrickville, Ontario. Also predeceased by her brother Eric McKAY, her sisters, Doris ADAM/ADAMS, Marion SARKISSIAN and Elizabeth LEE, her niece Elinor BREWERTON and nephew Don McKAY. Carol is survived and will be sadly missed by her nephews Peter HEPPLEWHITE and Ted McKAY, her niece Shirley ATKINS and all of their families as well as many Friends throughout Canada, U.S. and Great Britain. In lieu of flowers, donations in Carol's memory to a charity of their choice will be gratefully acknowledged. Arrangements entrusted to First Memorial Funeral Services, North Vancouver, British Columbia 604-980-3451.

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LEE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-07-10 published
Toronto's musical Mr. Chips
Headmaster of private Crescent School took over a rundown building and fixed its wiring, plumbing and even its furnace until a newer structure could be found
By James McCREADY Special to The Globe and Mail Thursday, July 10, 2003 - Page R5
He was the first Canadian-born principal of a Toronto boys' school that for its first 50 years had hired only British headmasters. Bill BURRIDGE, who has died at the age of 79, remained at Toronto's Crescent School until 1986.
The boys at the school both respected him and feared him. The father of one former head boy remembers "Mr. BURRIDGE" as a man who could "cut through the BS. The boys knew they couldn't get away with anything with him. But he was a wonderful teacher."
Mr. BURRIDGE was an unlikely Mr. Chips. If you looked back at his early school career, no one would have picked him for the job as a headmaster at a private school.
William BURRIDGE was a working class boy who was born in Toronto on August 16, 1923. His father, an English immigrant, was a painter for Imperial Oil. Young Bill went to Western Technical-Commercial School to become an electrician.
But like many of his generation, the Second World War wrought changes in his life.
He went into the Royal Canadian Air Force as an electrician. One of his first postings was to Dorval Airport in Montreal, a military field during the war, where one of his fellow electricians, Phil JONES, remembered they worked on odd planes for the Royal Canadian Air Force, odd because they were not the standard aircraft flown by Bomber Command. They were American planes, twin-engined B-25 bombers and the long range four engine B-24 Liberators.
One big B-24 was unique. It was named Commando and its bomb racks had been stripped out to make it into a passenger plane, with two private bunks for Winston Churchill, the wartime British Prime Minister and his doctor. The plane was parked at Dorval a lot of the time, from where it could easily head out to Bermuda, West Africa or to Cairo, or across the Atlantic to Britain. The aircraft was serviced by Royal Canadian Air Force electricians, including Mr. BURRIDGE. The posting provided interesting stories for him to tell in later life.
Mr. BURRIDGE and the other electricians were sent to different bases, including one just outside Vancouver. While there they used to pick up extra money on their leave by hitchhiking across the border to Seattle to work as drivers and warehousemen at a fruit-packing plant. The war meant a shortage of men and the Canadian airmen were given weekend work, no questions asked.
A professional musician on the double bass since the age of 17, through the war Mr. BURRIDGE played in pickup bands and an Royal Canadian Air Force band, along with Mr. Jones and others.
When Mr. BURRIDGE came home from the war he kept playing. During the late forties he played at dances at the Young Men's Christian Association and at clubs such as the Rex. In the fifties he played in the Benny Lewis Orchestra at places such as the Casa Loma and the Palace Pier, then a dance hall, now a family of condos on Lake Ontario. He played with the jazz great Moe KAUFMAN and did some session work with the jazz singers Peggy LEE and Pearl BAILEY.
Mr. BURRIDGE also played during the summers at resorts in the Muskokas. To get there he had to book an extra seat on the lake steamer Segwun for his big bass.
A short time after the war Mr. BURRIDGE decided to take advantage of the free education earned by his wartime service. He went to the University of Toronto and graduated in 1950 in arts and sciences. He worked as a salesman for General Foods for a year and then started teaching school, first in Coppercliff in northern Ontario and then in Scarborough near Toronto.
By the late fifties he was a principal in Whitby, just outside Toronto. But a car accident on the way to school influenced his view of things. His car slipped on ice and broadsided a telephone pole. Although unhurt, the crash made him ready for a change. One day he was on jury duty at a courtroom in downtown Toronto and spotted an ad in the Globe and Mail for a grade 5 teacher at Crescent School. He applied and got the job.
Crescent School was then on the old Massey estate on Dawes Road at Victoria Park. When he started there were only nine teachers, 100 students and the school went from kindergarten to grade 8.
Mr. BURRIDGE introduced music to the curriculum and became a popular teacher. When the headmaster was ill he took over on a part-time basis, becoming headmaster on his predecessor's death in 1966.
At the time, Crescent School was a mess. The building was falling apart and the headmaster was called on to fix the electrical work, the plumbing and even the furnace. He helped in the search for a new building and in 1972 the school moved to the old Garfield Weston Estate at Bayview Avenue and Post Road.
Over the years Crescent School changed and dropped the lower grades and expanded as far as the last grade of high school. Mr. BURRIDGE remained headmaster until 1971 and stayed on teaching and as assistant director of the Lower School until his retirement in 1986.
In private, Mr. BURRIDGE was also a Mr. Fixit. He helped keep up some family rental properties and often workered on his old Buicks or his house in suburban Ajax, Ontario, on a lot of almost half an acre. His other hobby was keeping bees.
Bill BURRIDGE leaves his wife Faith, to whom he was married for 54 years, and his three children, Reid, Rob and Hope.

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LEE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-08-08 published
Dr. Fred JOHNSON. Born January 23, 1910 Died July 15, 2003
Dr. Fred JOHNSON had a long and distinguished career as an obstetrician and gynecologist. He was a fine clinician, a leader of local and national stature, a shaper of careers, an inspiring teacher and most of all a role model for all who knew him. He was raised in a loving family on a farm near Hamilton. He joked that he went into medicine to avoid farm chores. Graduating from the University of Toronto in 1936, he interned at the Hamilton General Hospital and went on to Western Reserve University in Cleveland completing his training obstetrics and gynecology in 1941. He joined the staff at Hamilton General Hospital in 1942 and with Dr R.T. WEAVER made Hamilton renowned for skills in vaginal surgery. In 1958, he became Chief of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Hamilton Civic Hospitals and served in that position until 1972, 14 years. During his tenure a new medical school was developed at McMaster University. In 1966 he became one of its first Professors and in 1968 became the founding Chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. He built a new academic department based on strong clinical departments at the Henderson and St Joseph's Hospitals. He recruited and helped train many residents and many faculty who have gone on to practice in Hamilton, in other communities in Canada and in the U.S. Many of his graduates and his faculty have gone on to become national and international leaders in Obstetrics and Gynecology. All have their own personal stories to tell about how Fred stimulated, supported and shaped them. He provided critical support and guidance to those in his department who were developing what at that time were sometimes controversial new sub-specialty programs, particularly in gynecological oncology and maternal-fetal medicine. Fred was a wonderful educator. In the 1970's, Dr Bill WALSH, then Associate Dean at McMaster wrote of him as 'a senior physician who provides a role model as mature, wise, humane and expert -­ all at the same time.' Dr JOHNSON also helped guide and plan the building of McMaster University Medical Centre and was its first President as well as it's Clinical Chief of Obstetrics and Gynecology from 1971-1975. Hamilton was not alone in recognizing his abilities and accomplishments. He became an examiner for the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1964. He was invited to be a Visiting Professor at Ohio State University in 1968. In 1969, he was appointed President of the Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the national society representing all obstetricians and gynecologists in Canada. In 1972, he was appointed as a Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in England. Up to that time, only six other Canadians had been so honored. Upon his retirement, he was appointed as a Professor Emeritus at McMaster. In his honour, the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at McMaster created the F.L. Johnson Trust Fund. That fund has grown to provide critical support for research in the Department. Dr JOHNSON's family have requested that any donations in his memory be directed to that fund. It is hoped that the Fund will grow to a size able to support a McMaster University Chair in Women's Reproductive Health. In 1985 Dr Fred JOHNSON was awarded honorary Doctor of Laws by McMaster University in recognition of his many contributions and achievements. President of McMaster University Alvin LEE, in addition to identifying his clinical and academic contributions and identifying him as 'a medical statesman in Obstetrics and Gynecology' indicated that 'he has been a unique interpreter of both Hamilton and McMaster through his sense of excellence, his unfailing decency and his legendary humour and equanimity'. His wonderful family, many Friends and patients will always remember his kind gentle personality and his delightful dry sense if humour. Dr JOHNSON was a unique human being and leader who made critical contributions to the building of clinical and academic strengths of the clinical department at the Hamilton Civics, the creation of a new medical school and a new medical centre, development of a new academic department at McMaster, leadership of his discipline at a national level and, at a personal level, support and development of strengths and abilities in his students and his professional colleagues. We celebrate his impact and his legacy.

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LEE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-08-16 published
MURPHY, C. Francis, Q.C.
Frank MURPHY died August 13, 2003 at St. Paul's Hospital from complications following pneumonia. He is survived by his loving wife, Jean, and his children, Caroline, Elizabeth, Adrienne (Peter HOLMGREN,) John (Leslie LEE,) Frances and Sarah, and his grandchildren, Anna HOLMGREN, Jacqueline MURPHY and Robert MURPHY. Frank and Robert were special companions. Frank is survived as well by his brothers Bud, Cal and Louis, his sister Josie BENZ, and many nephews and nieces. He was predeceased by his parents and his sisters, Mary COSTELLO and Pat MURPHY. Frank was devoted to his family and deeply committed to his community. Frank was born in 1929 in Calgary and lived most of his life in Vancouver. He loved Vancouver for its beauty and the opportunities it presented. He graduated from high school at Vancouver College in 1945, and graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Laws in 1950. He articled at and then practised with Campney, Owen, Murphy and Owen from 1951 to 1958. He then joined Farris, Stultz, Bull and Farris, which evolved into the firm Farris, Vaughan, Wills and Murphy. He was the managing partner there from 1978 until his retirement in 1992. He remained as associate counsel until his death. He was appointed Queen's Counsel in 1984. Frank practised primarily in areas of corporate and commercial law. He particularly enjoyed his involvement in the Greater Vancouver Regional District. He sat on many corporate boards, including British Columbia Gas Inc., Mitsui Company of Canada Ltd., Northwest Life Assurance Company, Pacific Petroleum Ltd., Westcoast Transmission, Kelly Douglas, Alberta Distillers, and Loomis (Mayne Nickless). Frank was on the board of many non-profit organizations, including the Vancouver Art Gallery, Canadian Red Cross Society, Convent of the Sacred Heart, Holy Family Hospital and St. Paul's Hospital. Frank was for many years on the board of the Catholic Children's Aid Society, serving as president from 1973 until 1980. It was an association of which he was particularly proud. Frank was active in the Canadian Bar Association and was president of the Commercial Law Section for two years. He was heavily involved in the International Bar Association and from 1972 to 1982 he was the Canadian representative to its Council. Frank's work with this organization gave Jean and him great opportunities to travel. Frank was a student of the world, interested and knowledgeable about history and world affairs. Each of his children has fond memories of trips, both at home and abroad, taken with their father. From 1995 to 2000, Frank served on the International Joint Commission, a binational Canada-United States organization. This experience gave him further opportunity to travel, including to many smaller communities in both the United States and Canada, which were experiences he enjoyed just as he did his trips to those destinations that are more traditionally favoured. In keeping with his great interest in his community, Frank was involved in politics and government affairs. He was of a liberal mind and was a member of the Liberal Party of Canada. He participated at all levels of the political process side by side with Jean and Friends, more frequently at the federal level and in particular in the riding of Vancouver-Quadra. Frank's greatest love was his family. He was a loyal and supportive son, brother, husband, father and grandfather. Frank's house at Point Roberts, certainly his favourite place on this earth, is a site of especially treasured memories. Frank was keenly involved with his children's activities. He inspired his children and others with his curiosity, his physical and intellectual energy and his commitment to principle. He lived life fully and fearlessly. He met his final illnesses and challenges in the same manner. He died within the rites of his church and with the love of his family. He is greatly missed. The MURPHY family is greatly appreciative of the care and support Frank and his family received from the staff at the I.C.U., in particular from his final nurse, David BOOTH. The Mass of Christian Burial for Frank will take place at 11: 00 a.m. on Tuesday, August 19, 2003 at Sts. Peter and Paul's Church, 1430 West 38th Avenue, with a reception to follow at noon at Shaughnessy Golf and Country Club, 4300 Southwest Marine Drive. The interment will follow the reception. Prayers will take place at Sts. Peter and Paul on Monday, August 18, 2003 at 7: 00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the St. Paul's Hospital Foundation at Ste 164, 1081 Burrard Street, Vancouver British Columbia, V6Z 1Y6, Charitable Registration No. 11925 7939 RR0001.

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LEES o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-04-29 published
MacRAE, John Ross
Died peacefully on April 26, 2003 at North York General Hospital after a brief illness. He was 84. Ross was born in Winnipeg in 1918, and later moved to Regina when his father, D.B. MacRAE, became editor of the Regina Leader-Post. Ross was a musical prodigy, learning the violin, trumpet and piano, and even during the Depression as a teenager he earned money as a classical violin performer and with a swing band he started. He worked as an announcer at CKCK radio in Regina, then briefly in radio after moving to Toronto before getting a job at the Cockfield-Brown advertising agency, where he remained until his retirement in 1978. At Cockfield, Ross was one of the pioneers in television advertising, and with old friend Brian HAWKINS, created the Expo 67 commercials that became television works of art. When he retired he was a vice-president and in charge of the agency's outstanding radio and television unit. But active life didn't end then. For many years Ross played violin with the semi-professional North York Symphony Orchestra, and later with the East York Symphony (now part of Orchestra Toronto), and with a string quartet. He was also an ardent golfer right to the end of his life, and rarely missed the annual Maxville Highland Games in Glengarry County, where his family's ancestors first settled in Canada in the early 1800s. Above all, Ross had a love of life and a sense of humour backed by an apparently endless fund of stories that endeared him to everyone he met. He will be greatly missed by his sons, Paul and Scott (Denise), their mother Phyllis, daughter-in-law Sherry BRYDSON, and grandchildren David, Kevin, Sean, Gaye, Duncan, Cameron and Holly; by nephew Bruce MacDOUGALL (Lucy WAVERMAN) and their children, Alexander, Emma, Katie and Robyn; by the family of Ross's sister Isobel LEES who, with sisters Margaret and Betty, predeceased him; by the family of Eunice McGILLIS, Ross's second wife, who predeceased him; by his good friend Mary MacMILLAN and her family; and by Ross's many Friends, former co-workers, and fellow golfers and musicians. The family has only thanks and praise for the work of the doctors, nurses and staff at North York General Hospital, who cared for Ross during and after his abdominal surgery. A memorial will be held in Toronto on Saturday, May 24, at 5 p.m. at The Elmwood Terrace Room, fourth floor, 18 Elm Street. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Orchestra Toronto and/or the North York General Hospital.

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LEESON o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2003-03-12 published
Richard Nellis BOWERMAN
In loving memory of Richard Nellis BOWERMAN who passed away peacefully at Manitoulin Health Centre on Thursday, March 6, 2003 at the age of 86 years.
Predeceased by dear wife Ethel BOWERMAN (JOHNSON) (December 12, 1975). Predeceased by parents Herman and Bertha (SISSON) BOWERMAN. Loved brother of Susie (1989) and husband Harry LEESON, both predeceased. Stanley (predeceased in 1997,) Hazel (1984) and husband Norman BRANDOW, both predeceased. Harold (1984) and wife Beatrice MEAD, both predeceased. Lila (1988) and husband Thomas SIMPSON, both predeceased. Burton (predeceased in 1951.) Melvin and (wife Dorothy FRASER predeceased,) Clinton and wife Betty DOAN, Stella and husband Ron MacDOUGALL, Pearl and husband Jack ABRAHALL, and Evelyn (husband Ted WHALEN predeceased.)
Visitation was held on Friday, March 7, 2003. Funeral Service was held on Saturday, March 8, 2003 at Manitowaning United Church. Burial in Hilly Grove Cemetery in the spring.

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LEESON o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2003-09-17 published
John "Darrel" McGAULEY
In loving memory of John "Darrel" McGAULEY a resident of South Baymouth on Monday, September 8, 2003 at Mindemoya Hospital at the age of 57 years.
Beloved husband of Colleen "Bids" (née SISSON.) Loving father of Stacy, Lisa and friend Steve. Grandfather of a very special little girl, Reegan. Predeceased by parents Hubert and Helen (née HALL) McGAULEY. Will be greatly missed by brothers and sister, Keith and wife Elva of Little Current, Vance and Mary of Mindemoya, Dwight (predeceased) and Elaine of Tehkummah, Greg (predeceased) and Lori LEESON of South Baymouth, Diane McGAULEY (predeceased) and in-laws Nancy and Danny Leeson and Red McCarthy. Forever remembered by many nieces and nephews. Memorial Service was held on Saturday, September 13, 2003 at Fairview United Church, Tehkummah. Island Funeral Home

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LEESON o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2003-11-05 published
William Alton " Bill" LEESON
In loving memory of William Alton "Bill" LEESON who passed away Tuesday morning, October 28, 2003 at his residence in Val Caron at the age of 54 years. Beloved husband of Joyce (BURNETT) LEESON of Val Caron. Loving father of Jennifer (husband Michael THERRIEN) of Hanmer, Rick (wife Nikki) and Craig all of Val Caron. Proud grandfather of Michaela, Crystal, Cody and Keara. Dear son of Loretta (McMULLEN) MacKI of Webbwood and Robert LEESON (predeceased.) Dear brother of Ron LEESON (wife Joan) of Webbwood, Larry LEESON of British Columbia, and Ivan LEESON (predeceased.) Sadly missed by his special canine companion "Nix". Bill enjoyed music, dancing, fishing and hunting and family times. He served as a boy scout and cub leader for over 10 years. Bill retired from INCO in 1998 after 30 years of service as an electrician. He greatly cared for and enjoyed his family, Bill leaves them a wonderful legacy of strength and love and he will remain forever in their hearts.
Funeral service was held at the Lougheed Funeral Home, Val Caron/Blezard Valley Chapel 1815 Main Street, Val Caron on Friday, October 31, 2003. Interment at The Valley East Cemetery.

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