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STILL o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2003-01-08 published
Joan Beverley BURNETT
In loving memory of Joan Beverley BURNETT who passed away peacefully at St. Joseph Health Centre on Monday, December 30, 2002.
Cherished mother of Bruce and Rosemary, Murray and Debbi, Randy and Maryellen, Karen and Mark, Linda and friend Kevin, Kevin and friend Melanie. Will be missed by her grandchildren Shannon and Joel, Kraig and Brett, Jason and Wendy, Kris and Laura, Sarah and Jennifer, Duke and Snowy. Also missed by siblings, Shirley GUINN, Marilyn HOLMES, Jim STILL (Ellen), Rick STILL (Mildred), Ross STILL and Winnie STILL (Brian predeceased).
Visitation was on Wednesday, January 1, 2003. Funeral service was held on Thursday, January 2, 2003 at Island Funeral Home. Burial to follow at a later date.

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STILL o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-04-14 published
STILL, Clare Kennedy
Helen Clare Kennedy STILL died in Kingston, Ontario, on the afternoon of April 7, 2003, after a long battle with Alzheimer disease. Clare was a self-appointed promoter of each city or village in which she lived. She was active in a number of groups and organizations and did thoughtful things for many individuals.
Because of Clare's organizational talent and knowledge of the hospitality business, she was asked to create the Café at the Kingston General Hospital and Captain Henry's Tea Room at the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston. Of all Clare's accomplishments, the best known and remembered is the creation of the outdoor café Summer Pantry In The Courtyard, which she operated during the summers from 1977 to 1987. The Downtown Business Association honoured her with the presentation of a certificate as a Pioneer of the Outdoor Cafés in Kingston. Summer Pantry was regularly listed in Where to Eat in Canada. Clare's artistic talent, displayed in the ambience of Summer Pantry, also defined her home. She received the Trillium Award for her front yard garden. The Stills' home was part of a fund-raising house tour for the Kingston Symphony. Clare made a difference, inspiring many individuals and working with a number of groups and organizations within the community.
Clare was born on August 1, 1929, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, the first child of William Alexander and Helen Clare (née HITCHINGS) KENNEDY. Clare graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Home Economics degree. She and her husband Harold (a.k.a. Bus) lived in Kingston from 1952 to 1955 and returned to Kingston in 1965. They lived for two years in Blacksburg, Virginia, where Harold completed a PhD in Statistics. They lived for eight years in Alfred, New York. Her husband's work also allowed them to spend a year in LaJolla, California, and a year in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. Clare will be greatly missed by Harold, her husband and life-long friend, sons Peter and Jonathan, Peter's wife Sharda (Yaj), grand_sons Andrew, Michael and Jason, sister Jan SHERIDAN, brother John KENNEDY, sister-in-law Jean, many cousins, nephews, nieces and Friends.
A service to celebrate Clare's remarkable life will be held at Chalmers United Church, 212 Barrie Street, Kingston, at three o'clock on Saturday, May 10, with a reception to follow.
In memory of Clare, please consider donations to the following: Alzheimer Society of Kingston (175 Rideau Street, Suite 201, Kingston, Ontario, K7K 3H6), Chalmers United Church, designated 'Radio Ministry' (212 Barrie Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7K 3K3), Kingston Regional Cancer Center (25 King St. West, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 5P9), Marine Museum (Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston, 55 Ontario Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 2Y2), Providence Manor, (Providence Manor Site, 275 Sydenham St, Kingston, Ontario, K7K 1G7), or a charity of your choice. Harold's mailing address is 306-33 Ontario Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 5E3. His e-mail address is stillh@post.queensu.ca
Online Guest Book ReidFuneralHome.com (613) 548-7973

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STILLWAUGH o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2003-02-19 published
Andres KRAMER 1908-2003
Andres KRAMER (Andy to all his Friends,) came to Canada at the age of 18. Andy was born in Sonderburg, Denmark, December 14, 1908. Settled in Toronto, was employed by the Robt. Swipson Co. as a radio technician also doing house calls in the evenings. He met Walter BENNETT, soon to become his brother-in-law. Andy married Marguerite Jane BENNETT (Daisey to all her Friends,) in 1934 at South Baymouth, where Daisy was born. Wedding took place at Huron Lodge. They went to Denmark on their honeymoon, taking their car with them.
About ten years later they moved to New York, where Andy was employed by the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation). The time they spent there was very enjoyable. Later they returned to Toronto. Andy attended the University of Toronto and graduated with honours as an electrical engineer. They returned to the USA and settled in Stanford County where Andy was employed by Audio Magnetics manufacturing recording tape. Their vacations were always returning to Manitoulin Island. Later they moved back to Toronto where Andy founded Kramer Magnetics 1963, manufacturing various types of recording tape. He engineered and built all the equipment personally. Eric STILLWAUGH, his great nephew was one of his first employees and remained with him until Kramer Magnetics was sold in 1971 after about 10 years of operation. They moved to South Baymouth, built a home and retired, only to start another home on South Bay waterfront, along with a hangar where he proceeded to build a home-built Mustang float plane. Andy had previously obtained his pilot's licence. The government inspector said it was the best plane he ever checked out. Daisey, Andy's wife passed away in May 1986. In 1994, he sold his house in South Baymouth and settled in a retirement home in Goderich. Andy eventually due to eye failure was not able to drive his car. However, his two nieces Joyce McDONALD and Lena SAUDERS taxied him when necessary. Andy passed away peacefully at Huronview Rest Home in Clinton, Ontario after spending eight years in Goderich Place. He is survived by Erling ANDERSON and Jutta KRAMER, Joyce McDONALD, Lena SANDERS, Helen McQUAT, Georgina STILLWAUGH, Kenneth BENNETT, and many nieces and nephews. He also had two nephews, Gerald LEHMAN and Haus KRAMER, both deceased. Andy also had one sister, Missa KRAMER (deceased.)

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STIMPSON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-11-01 published
STIMPSON, H.E. (Larry)
Former Director Ontario Housing Corporation. Founder of Institute of Housing Management, died on October 28, 2003, at his home in West Sussex England. Aged 85 years.

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STINSON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-03-04 published
STINSON, Thomas Gordon
Died suddenly, at age 53, in Toronto on February 28th, 2003. Beloved husband of Christine (née CURLOOK,) cherished and adored father of daughters Emma Madeleine, 7, and Alexa Nicole, 5. Loving son of Margaret and Gordon STINSON (Thunder Bay,) he will be be deeply missed by siblings Joan STULAC (Toronto,) Lois WATSON (Anchorage) and James (Toronto). Dear son-in-law of Jennifer and Walter CURLOOK (Toronto,) he will be missed by his brothers-in-law Paul CURLOOK (Waterloo,) Michael CURLOOK (Vancouver) and sister-in-law Andrea CURLOOK (Dallas) and nephews, cousins, Friends, family and colleagues. A private service was held and cremation has taken place at his request. Memorial donations and flowers are gratefully declined.
May he rest in peace.

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STINSON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-09-30 published
ORR, Rosemary Margaret (STINSON) 75 of Fonthill, Ontario died September 27, 2003 at West Lincoln Memorial Hospital, after a long battle with cancer. She is survived by her husband James Campbell ORR and by her children; Catherine E. ORR of Beamsville, James C. ORR and his wife Diane of Toronto, Susan Orr LYNCH of Salem, Massachusetts, Nancy J. THOMAS and her husband Philip of Fonthill. She was pre-deceased by her daughter Jane Orr CRONIN. She also leaves grandchildren; Carlton CRONIN, Katlyn PECK, Lesley ORR, Michael ORR, Elizabeth THOMAS, and Cameron LYNCH; and a sister Jane WHITE/WHYTE of Peterborough. Cremation has taken place. A burial service will be held at St. Andrews Anglican Churchyard in Grimsby at 11: 00 a.m. on Wednesday, October 1, 2003.

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STIRLING o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-03-26 published
GRENFELL, Douglas Paul
Our beloved Paul died peacefully, Sunday 23 March, 2003 at Toronto Grace Hospital, in the loving setting of the Palliative Care Unit, thus ending a two year adventure with a brain tumour. He leaves a circle of constant Friends and a grieving family: mother Gwendoline, wife Sally, parents-in-law Richard and Kathleen LITCH, his children and Sally's, Jennifer and her husband Thomas and their sons Ian and Daniel, Philip and his partner Albert Liu, Lisa and her husband Nicholas SAMSTAG, Laura and her husband Gabriel BINCIK and their daughters Hanna and Julia, Amelia WALLNER and her partner Todd DYER, Anna WALLNER and her husband Blair QUINN, the LITCH and MERCER families and cousins in England. Predeceased by his father Harold. Also remembered by Molly LOGAN.
Cremation. Service of Thanksgiving for Paul's life will be at Timothy Eaton Memorial Church, 230 St. Clair Avenue West, M4V 1R5, (416) 925-5977, Monday 31 March at 11 a.m. with The Reverend Dr. Andrew STIRLING officiating. Kindnesses to others or gifts to the Gerry and Nancy Pencer Centre for Brain Tumours, 610 University Avenue, Toronto M5G 2M9 (416) 946-6560 or to Paul's Church would honour his memory.
''...Sorrow and Love flow mingled down...''

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STIRLING o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-05-09 published
He was a daredevil footballer in the days of leather helmets
By Tom HAWTHORN Special to The Globe and Mail Friday, May 9, 2003 - Page R11
Norris LINDSAY, a teammate of Ormond BEACH and Bummer STIRLING on the storied Sarnia Imperials football team, has died in Petrolia, Ontario He was 94.
At 6-foot-3, 220-pounds, he was a big man in the era of leather helmets and earned a reputation for his flying tackles, a daredevil play that has long since fallen out of favour. In lieu of salary as a two-way player, Mr. LINDSAY and his teammates were guaranteed jobs with Canadian Oil Companies Ltd.
Mr. LINDSAY helped the Imperials win the Ontario Rugby Football Union champioship in 1933 and 1934 over Balmy Beach, St. Michael's College and the Hamilton Tigers.
In 1933, the Imperials played host to the 1933 Grey Cup championship against the Toronto Argonauts. Despite his regular-season contributions, coach Pat OUELLETTE did not have Mr. LINDSAY suit up for the big game, which was won 4-3 by Toronto in the lowest-scoring Grey Cup ever played.
Mr. LINDSAY was frustrated again the following year, when coach Art MASSUCCI did not place him on the Imperials' roster for the Grey Cup final. Sarnia defeated the Regina Roughriders 20-12 at Toronto. Among Mr. LINDSAY's teammates wearing the three-starred sweater of the Imperials were Mr. BEACH, a sensational halfback kicker Hugh (Bummer) STIRLING of Saint Thomas, Ontario; rugged snapper Boob MOLLOY; and, the speedy Norm PERRY, known as The Galloping Ghost.
Mr. LINDSAY, who was born in Tupperville, Ontario, near Chatham in southwestern Ontario, was also a gifted golfer who entered the 1940 Canadian Open. "He told me his first shot went out of bounds, said Pat SUTHERLAND, a friend. "By the time he was done, he had shot an 11 on the first hole."
Mr. LINDSAY, an amateur, shot an embarrassing 93 on the par-71 course, following with a 90. The tournament was won in a playoff by the legendary American golfer Sam SNEAD. Shortly after, Mr. LINDSAY joined the merchant marine and was a radio operator during the Second World War. In peacetime, he took over the Blue Bay Lodge near Huntsville, Ontario, which he operated until 1963.
Mr. LINDSAY golfed until late in life. When his local club opened a new clubhouse, he rented the old one and made it his home. He died on March 11 at the Lambton Meadowview Villa in Petrolia, 10 days after marking his 94th birthday. He was predeceased by his wife, Bette, who died in 1965.

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STIRLING o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-11-28 published
BROMAGE, Margaret Jean (née PARKINSON)
Williston - Margaret Jean BROMAGE, 72, died suddenly on Friday November 21, 2003 at home in Williston. Meg was born in Country Durham, England on October 3, 1931 to the late Robert PARKINSON and Mary Jane (STIRLING.) She was married in 1969 to Professor Philip R. BROMAGE. Together they led a full and productive life. Their medical work took them to Montreal, North Carolina, Colorado, Riyadh Saudi Arabia and Delaware. They retired to Montgomery, Vermont. Survivors include a stepson, Richard BROMAGE and his wife Angela in England, stepdaughters Susan BROMAGE in England and Jennifer BROMAGE and her husband John LARMER in Ontario Canada four grandchildren Julia, Maria-Suzie, James and Laura. She also leaves a brother Robert PARKINSON and sisters Betty LANGSTAFF and Dorothy JELLY as well as nieces and nephews, all in England. Meg was a fun-loving generous person who left a mark on everyone she touched. She loved entertaining, music and people. Meg was powerful force in aiding her husband's medical publications. Meg will be sadly missed by her husband, Philip, family and Friends. Funeral will be privately arranged by the family. Arrangements are in the care of the Ready Funeral Home, South Chapel, 261 Shelburne Rd, Burlington Vermont.

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STIRTON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-11-17 published
ORZECHOWSKI, Jim
October 11, 1944 - November 12, 2003. Jim died on Wednesday night at 8: 30 p.m. in the medical intensive care unit at the St. Boniface General Hospital, after being admitted to hospital on October 8. He fought hard as was his wont, with courage, strength and love, and we his family, were all privileged to be with him. Jim and his wife Simone (née GUERTIN) celebrated their 36th wedding anniversary on September 2nd of this year. She and their children, Kristina BRAUN, Lasha ORZECHOWSKI and son-in-law Jeffrey BRAUN now have a huge void in their lives. Jim was such a presence passionate, loving, generous to a fault, intelligent, funny, fun to be with and demanding of himself and those he cared about. He was the most positive and optimistic man. We love him and miss him so much, husband, father and friend. Jim was the youngest of four sons born to Lawrence and Anastasia (HRYBOK) ORZECHOWSKI. He is survived by his oldest brother Nick (Rose) and a large loving family of nieces, nephews, brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law. Jim and Simone's son Demion died on April 14, 1998. Jim's father Lawrence, mother Anastasia, brother Alexander, brother Peter, mother-in-law Marie-Louise GUERTIN and father-in-law Tony Sr. (Antoine) GUERTIN have all predeceased him. Jim enjoyed a demanding and fulfilling career as an Architect. He was the Chief Executive Officer of Smith Carter Architects and Engineers Inc. when he died. He joined Smith Carter in June of 1970, was elected to the Associate Group in 1973 and became a partner in 1974. Over the years there have been a number of articles in the press outlining the achievements of Smith Carter. With vision and forward thinking all of the dedicated people in this firm have come to enjoy a pre-eminent role in not only Manitoba, but nationally and internationally as well. Family, Friends and colleagues have all heard from Jim at one time or another: ...
Do your homework...
Take the high road...
Work hard and smart...
Enjoy whatever you do.
Jim loved Winnipeg and Manitoba. Underrated - Central - Safe - Caring -Affordable - Four beautiful distinct seasons. And so he felt a need to promote and nurture this wonderful community. He served as a volunteer member on many of this city's boards - educational, cultural, professional, health and civic. Due to Jim's strong respect for the Art of Architecture and the inherent discipline, he was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and inducted as a member to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts. This recognition by his peer group allowed him a quiet and appreciative pride. Jim, as many people know, enjoyed breeding and showing Newfoundland dogs - just having animals, horses, dogs, cats - planting trees - working outdoors. He was an expert skier, strived to be a better sailor, was frustrated with his golf game, loved our fifth-wheel and all the opportunity that it represented for fun in the sun. His funeral service will be held at St. Ignatius Church, southwest corner of Corydon and Stafford, Thursday November 20 at 12: 00 p.m. with Father Peter MONTY, S.J. officiating. His pallbearers will be Jeffrey BRAUN, Wayne HEKLE, Philippe GUERTIN, Jason ORZECHOWSKI, Todd ORZECHOWSKI and Jack SMYTH. His honourary pallbearers will be Nick ORZECHOWSKI, Tony GUERTIN Jr., Jean Paul GUERTIN, Ken ZORNIAK, Ron PIDWERBESKY, John ATKINS, Bob SPARROW, Curtis HANSTEAD, Scott STIRTON, Jim YAMASHITA, Dr. John FOERSTER and Dr. Jack LEZACK. Donations may be made to the Jim Orzechowski Memorial Fund at the St.Boniface General Hospital Research Foundation, 409 Tache Ave., Winnipeg, Manitoba R2H 2A6 Funeral arrangements entrusted to: Chapel Lawn Funeral Home Cemetery and Crematorium 885-9175

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