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WIELGOSZ o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-03-06 published
Peacefully on March 3, 2003 at Copernicus Lodge, Toronto. Beloved wife of the late Edward GNIADEK. Irene was the dearly loved mother of Krystyna WIELGOSZ and her husband George, and the beloved grandmother of James and Joanna WIELGOSZ. She is survived by one sister, Mary SIENKIEWICZ of London, England, sister-in-law Laverne TWOREK, her nephew and niece Walter and Emilia ORLOWSKI of Vancouver, British Columbia and their family, a niece in Poland Ewa TWOREK- MATUSZEWSKA, a nephew Jacek TWOREK in Poland, and many other family members and Friends. Predeceased by siblings Zygmunt, Henry, Edward and Genowefa. The family will receive Friends at the Humphrey Funeral Home - A. W. Miles Chapel, 1403 Bayview Avenue (south of Eglinton Avenue East) from 7-9 p.m. Friday. Mass of Christian Burial 10: 30 o'clock on Saturday morning at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, 78 Clifton Road. Interment Mount Hope Cemetery. If desired, donations to Copernicus Lodge, 66 Roncesvalles Avenue, Toronto M6R 3A7 would be appreciated.

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WIELHORSKI o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-03-25 published
Lillian BYRNE (THIRLWALL, MUSGRAVE) (1897 - 2003)
Died peacefully, Saturday evening March 22, 2003 in her 106th year. We say goodbye to an extraordinary woman who could only be described in superlatives. Born to Charlotte THIRLWALL and Robert MUSGRAVE in Newton-le Willows, Lancashire, England. She was the beloved wife of the late Francis Joseph BYRNE and mother of Anthony BYRNE and Helen WIELHORSKI. In her youth, she first blossomed as a child of the arts, often performing in local pantomimes and being celebrated as Rose Queen in 1914. She loved poetry and literature and could quote from the works of William Shakespeare, which she perceived to reflect many of life's complexities. Grandma or Aunt Lillian, as her wide circle of family and Friends knew her, was a devout convert to the Roman Catholic Church in which she carried her love of St. Anthony. Her prayers were credited for most of the blessings that were bestowed on all her loving family members and close Friends. Mother, Grandmother and Great Grandmother she was adored by all who knew her for her wit, beauty and flair for fashion. She cheered everyone with her power of positive thinking and optimism. Lillian embraced the change of the times from Victorian England to modern day with her very forward thinking. She accepted the challenges of a career when it was unfashionable to do so by succeeding as an accountant in the printing business and volunteering her services at the local health unit. Upon retirement in 1969, Lillian and Frank immigrated to Canada to be with their children and grandchildren. After Frank's passing she lived with her daughter and son-in-law in Toronto and was the focal point of many, many family celebrations. Mass of Christian Burial on Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock at Blessed Sacrament Church, 24 Cheritan Avenue (Yonge, south of Lawrence). Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. A special thanks to the staff of Thompson House for their genuine care. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Thompson House.

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WIESMAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2003-07-23 published
Died peacefully and with dignity July 20, 2003. He leaves his wife Madge, brother-in-law Alan BERNSTEIN of Montreal, nephew Robert and his wife Judy of Ottawa, niece Janet MENDELSON and her husband Stephen and their family of Nepean, Ontario, nephew Mark MADRAS and his wife Eva of Toronto, niece Karen MADRAS- STOPA and her husband Ed and family of East Greenwich, Rhode Island, brother-in-law David McCULLOCH and his wife Janet of Glasgow, Scotland, brother-in-law George McCULLOCH and his wife Ina and family of Glasgow, niece Helen FARMER and her husband Stewart and family of Glasgow, and nephew Gordon McCULLOCK and his wife Linda and family of Glossop, England. Born on June 13, 1926, Brahm lived his rich life with the greatest consideration and care for others. He studied architecture and community planning at McGill University in preparation for what was to become a distinguished career in the field of city planning. After taking on senior management positions in the Cities of Edmonton, Victoria, and Vancouver, he was asked to join the faculty of University of British Columbia's School of Community and Regional Planning in 1967. He went on to serve as Director of the School for 12 years. In that position, he was much loved as a colleague and teacher, and provided internationally admired leadership to the planning profession. In retirement, Brahm continued to actively promote good planning by advising universities in Asia on planning curricula, consulting to cities in China, and speaking out forcefully as a citizen on Vancouver area issues. A service will be held, 11 a.m. on Wednesday, July 23, at Schara Tzedeck Cemetery in New Westminster, 2345 Marine Drive. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to ''Prostate Cancer Research at Vancouver General Hospital'', Vancouver General Hospital and University of British Columbia Hospitals Foundation, 855 West 12th Avenue, Vancouver, V5Z 1M9.

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