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ANDERSON o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2004-03-10 published
Michael TOLENTINO BIE
In loving memory of Michael TOLENTINO BIE on March 3, 2004 at Manitoulin Health Centre at the age of 61 years.
Loving husband of Darlene (née COULAM.) Dear father of Joel and Janel. Missed by mother Leodegaria, predeceased by father Avelino. Brother of Prosey (husband Pablo) CRUZ, Nini (husband Bert) SANTOS, Renee, Ress (wife Remedios), Warlito (predeceased 1993) (wife Tessie), Ross (predeceased in 1994) (wife Myrna), Avelino Jr. (predeceased 2002) (wife Tita). Brother-in-law to Corliss and husband Wallace
McQUARRIE, Beverly ANDERSON. Will be remembered forever by many nieces, nephews, cousins and Friends. A visitation was held Friday, March 5, 2004 and a funeral service was held Saturday, March 6, 2004 all at Saint Bernard's Catholic Church. Burial at Saint Bernard's Catholic Church. Arrangements in care of Island Funeral Home.

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ANDERSON o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2004-08-04 published
Rita Joan COLDEN
In loving memory of Rita Joan COLDEN, April 9, 1938 - July 28, 2004.
Rita COLDEN, a resident of Kagawong, died at the Manitoulin Health Centre, Mindemoya, on Wednesday, July 28, 2004 at the age of 66 years.
She was born at LaReine, Quebec. She and Gary had lived at Shining Tree, then Sudbury, and came to Manitoulin over 20 years ago. Rita enjoyed knitting and loved living on Manitoulin and especially spending time with family and Friends. She was a member of the Catholic Church. Rita was predeceased by her loving husband Gary on August 28, 2003. Loving and loved mother of Colleen BLACKBURN and husband Dennis of Evansville and Brad COLDEN and his wife Barb of Cookstown. Proud grandmother of Shauna (fiance Jason McMURRAY) and Jennifer and husband Dustin WOODS and Kyle and Kayla COLDEN. Dear sister of Harold (wife Helen) SCOTT of Cartier and Marjorie ANDERSON of Scarborough. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Friends called at the Culgin Funeral Home on Thursday, July 29. The funeral service was conducted in the Wm. G. Turner Chapel on Friday, July 30, 2004 at 11 am with Father Douglas McCARTHY officiating. Cremation to follow.

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ANDREWS o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2004-04-07 published
Rosalie Mary DOOLEY
In loving memory of Rosalie Mary DOOLEY who died peacefully at the Manitoulin Health Centre on Sunday, April 4, 2004 at the age of 75 years.
Beloved wife of Harold DOOLEY of Little Current. Cherished mother of Dianne and husband Ted MUSGROVE, David and wife Pam, Kevin and wife Liz and Linda. Special grandmother of Ayden, Joan, Trystan, Ethan, and Jordan. Will be missed by surviving siblings, Godfrey and wife Ann McGREGOR, Oscar McGREGOR, Geraldine and husband Carl ZIEGLER, Jean and husband Lawrence ANDREWS. Predeceased by sisters Evelyn, Blanche, Theresa and husband Gus, Helena and husband Bruce (living), and brothers Theodore and Gordon. Remembered by numerous nieces and nephews. A visitation was held Monday at Birch Island Community Centre and a funeral service will be held Wednesday, April 7, 2004 at Birch Island Catholic Church. Burial will be at Birch Island Cemetery.

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ANDREWS o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2004-12-30 published
A. Victor ANDREWS
By Michael ANDREWS, Thursday, December 30, 2004 - Page A20
Husband, father, engineer, naval officer, teacher, role model. Born March 25, 1934, in Toronto. Died November 10, 2004, in Trenton, Ontario, of cancer, aged 70.
No one, not even Margie, his wife of 46 years, has the full picture of Vic ANDREWS, but his Friends and family each know some of the many vignettes that comprised his full life.
People at the Swiss Golf and Tennis retirement community in Florida, Vic's winter home since 1990, knew him variously as the entertaining and efficient emcee of "Monday Morning Coffee in the Clubhouse" as "Mr. Vic," the volunteer at the Winter Haven Hospital emergency department; and as the builder of better lives for the working poor of Polk county through his work with Habitat for Humanity.
People in Brighton, Ontario, knew him as a dedicated teacher and community volunteer. A few will remember him as a hockey coach with no real knowledge of the game, somehow fashioning a winning season through an emphasis on teamwork. More will remember Vic as a long-time mainstay of the Lions Club.
Blessed with a great voice, Vic provided many graduates of East Northumberland Secondary School with their last high-school memory: a sonorous reading of names as they paraded to the stage to receive a diploma.
Close Friends and family will remember Vic's incredible planning, patience and attention to detail in do-it-yourself projects. The swimming pool built in 1971 remains in mint condition. The deck, over-engineered with pressure-treated lumber, is destined to outlive his children.
Members of Warkworth Golf Club will remember Vic for his work at the course and as a golfer remarkable for his avoidance of colourful language. After retirement, Vic worked three days a week, not in the clubhouse, but cutting grass. Golf partners of many years attest to never having heard anything stronger than "Phooey," from Vic. His family, however, knows that the aversion to foul language was not always as strong. Vic's middle son, Pat, who was always known by his middle name, has joked that for the longest time he thought his first name was Jesus, due to Vic muttering in exasperation at the latest transgression, "Jesus, Patrick..."
Classmates at the Royal Military College and Queen's University will remember Vic as a mediocre student, graduating only after writing supplemental exams, who nevertheless became an outstanding engineer and teacher. Former colleagues in the Royal Canadian Navy may remember a young man first in his class to be promoted to lieutenant-commander, yet unhappy with navy life. Vic wanted to be at home while his three sons were growing up, so he left the navy in 1967.
Vic considered civilian engineering jobs, but something intervened. The principal of the school where Margie had once taught got in touch to say Vic would be very welcome as a teacher in Brighton. Vic's father was aghast that Vic would abandon his career, particularly for a job that paid less, but Vic put the intangibles of family life ahead of material gain.
Until the day he entered the hospital two-and-a-half weeks before his death, Vic retained a final piece of his normal life, getting up every morning, showering and shaving without assistance, even when pain and weakness turned this into a two-hour exercise. Vic's final weeks in his struggle with cancer brought together many of these vignettes. His family lost track of the number of times one of the medical staff at Trenton Memorial Hospital would point out to a colleague "That's Mr. ANDREWS, he taught me physics in high school." Vic's wife and sons were later overwhelmed by cards and letters, many from people scarcely known to the family, relating how Vic had influenced their lives.
Michael ANDREWS is Vic's eldest son.

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