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"REG" 2003 Obituary


REGENT o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-11-28 published
ANSPACH, Herbert Kephart
Born in Ada, Ohio on September 3, 1926, died in Toronto, Ontario on November 22, 2003. Herb was a man of character who exemplified integrity, fairness, hard work, lifelong learning, and who made a remarkable impact on the world and people around him. He was a business leader in the U.S. and Canada, a patriotic citizen and supporter of the communities in which he lived, a dedicated husband, a good-humoured friend to many, and an inspirational father, grandfather, and father-in-law. His intelligence and hard work earned him an Engineering Degree from University of Wisconsin, a Law Degree from University of Michigan, many scholarships and academic awards, and a productive career from GoodYear to the U.S. Patent Office to Whirlpool, where he was a Patent Lawyer, Vice-President of Personnel, subsidiary President (Inglis, Toronto), and ultimately President of Whirlpool Corporation of St. Joseph, Michigan. He was successful in his work, inspirational in his coaching of all those he took under his wing, and generous with his wisdom and counsel to many through his profession, educational endeavours, and personal life. In his retirement years, Herb and his wife, Elizabeth, resided in Boca Raton, Florida while he continued to remain active in international business consulting, investing, Pro-Am Golf Tournaments, betting on every sports play-off, and keeping in touch with his family and Friends. Upon his illness in 1999, he moved to Toronto, Ontario with his wife, both under the care of their daughter, Heather Anspach FRASER. Here, he spent his valuable final years with his wife Elizabeth, granddaughter Ceilidh, and son-in-law Neil FRASER. A special thanks to those who have made his last years a rich and wonderful experience, from the folks at Baycrest Hospital (particularly Dr. Morris FREEDMAN,) the caring staff of the Bradgate Arms (guided by Stephanie REGENT,) the incredible team at Sunnybrook who made his last days comfortable (led by Dr. Robert FOWLER,) and the loving caretakers who stayed by his side until the end (Cecilia, Angie, Cora, Janet, Anna and Asher). Herb touched many lives in many places around the world. He leaves many who will miss him dearly but will remain inspired by his character for the rest of their lives. Private memorial services will be held in Toronto and in the U.S. Contributions will be accepted for the Herbert and Elizabeth Anspach Family Foundation, a charitable learning foundation established by their daughter to advance education and medical research. Those wishing to contact the family may do so through the Humphrey Funeral Home A. W. Miles Chapel, Toronto (1-800-616-3311).

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