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"MIN" 2003 Obituary


MINCHINTON 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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MINTER o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-02-01 published
Died This Day -- William Desmond TAILOR/TAYLOR, 1922
Saturday, February 1, 2003, Page F11
Actor, filmmaker and soldier born William DEANE- TANNER in Carlow, Ireland, on April 26, 1872; in 1890, immigrated to United States in 1890; in 1908, deserted wife and family to appear in movies in 1914, made his directorial debut with The Awakening, followed by 40 more films; served as a captain in the Canadian Army during the latter part of First World War; returned to filmmaking and made 15 more films, including Captain Kidd, The Green Temptation and Anne of Green Gables; found murdered in his Hollywood home police complained a number of Hollywood personalities had visited the scene to remove or tamper with evidence; investigation focused on such stars as actresses Mabel NORMAND and Mary Miles MINTER later accounts reported the film Community sought to avoid a scandal that coincided with murder trial of actor Fatty ARBUCKLE crime never solved.

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