DOUAUD o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-03-16 published
CRONIN, Mary (1948-2006)
Peacefully at the Palliative Care Unit, Pasqua Hospital, Regina on Sunday evening March 12 with family by her side. Mary had lived with ovarian cancer for more than five years, and the patient, dignified and understanding way she approached her illness was an inspiration to all who knew her. She leaves her devoted husband, Douglas STEWARD/STEWART/STUART, loving and adored daughter, Clarisse DOUAUD, and step-children Suzanne, Duncan, Iain and Andrew STEWARD/STEWART/STUART whom she so warmly embraced. She is also survived by her beloved parents, Josephine and Daniel CRONIN of Killarney, Ireland, two sisters, eight brothers and many nieces and nephews. Mary was born in Killarney and began her professional career as an elementary teacher. She received a B.A. (Hons) in Social Sciences from University College Dublin in 1975, and in 1982, after emigrating to Canada, a PhD from the University of Alberta. As a Professor of Education at the University of Regina Mary had the rare ability to move with ease between university and community and bridge the gap between theory and practice. She bristled at the slightest whiff of injustice, especially when it involved children of low-income families and those marginalized because of their sexual orientation. This commitment to social justice translated into countless hours of volunteering her professional expertise at the Early Learning Centre for inner-city pre-school children from disadvantaged backgrounds. She coauthored an Aboriginal family literacy programme, which she helped implement at the Centre and in schools on Reserves. Of equal concern to her was the hurt and suffering experienced by gay and lesbian students, the outcome of which was a co-edited collection of essays by various educators. Mary's compassion also found expression in helping newly arrived student refugees make their adjustment to Canadian university life. Among the several honours she received, the most rewarding to her were the Distinguished Service Award from the Canadian Association for Young Children (2002) and the University of Regina Alumnae Award for Excellence in Public Service (2004). During her years of illness Mary considered herself blessed to be embraced and supported by so many dear Friends, including the women's and meditation groups, from whom she derived energy, hope, and spiritual peace. Her keen intellect and robust common sense, her flair, and her Irish wit and charm touched all with whom she worked and associated. Mary was loved unconditionally and will be deeply missed. Her funeral service is Friday March 17 at 2 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church, Albert Street and 14th Avenue, Regina. The family expresses its sincere gratitude to her oncologist, Doctor Rayson, her family physician, Doctor Van Rooyen, Doctor Clein, the wonderful nurses in the Allan Blair Clinic and Palliative Unit, and those in Home Care assistance. Donations in memory of Mary may be made to the Early Learning Centre (Regina) or the Centre for Integrated Healing (Vancouver). Arrangements in care of Speers Funeral Chapel and Cremation Services. An on-line book of condolences may be signed at www.speersfuneralchapel.com.

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DOUBROUGH o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2006-03-18 published
MASSEL, Harvey “Tony&rdquo
Harvey Henry “Tony” MASSEL, 70 of Shakespeare passed away in Stratford General Hospital on Thursday, March 16th, 2006. He was born in Saugeen, Ontario on August 26th, 1935 a son of the late Milton MASSEL and the former Vivian LADD. Tony was an equipment operator with the Ministry of Transportation until his retirement in April of 1996; he was a member of North and South Easthope Volunteer Fire Department for twenty-two years where he had served as Fire Chief; was a former member of Shakespeare Optimist Club and a member of Shakespeare Presbyterian Church. He married the former Marjorie Jean KENNEDY at Meaford on December 22nd, 1955. She predeceased him on June 27th, 2004. He is survived by two sons, Anthony “Tony” and wife Sandy MASSEL of Gadshill, Gary MASSEL of Shakespeare; three daughters, Ann MASSEL of Mitchell, Linda and husband David DIEHL of Simcoe, Susan MASSEL and friend Johan LAGRAINGE of Stratford; six grandchildren, Stephen and Mathew DIEHL, Michelle and husband Shane RESTOULE, Sarah McEWIN, Pat MASSEL and Timothy LAGRAINGE; two great-grandchildren, Sam and Hannah RESTOULE; his special friend, Maxine MARKS of Seaforth one brother, Charles LADD of Ayr; two sisters, Bonnie COOPER of Palmerston, Florence and her husband Ross KUEHL of Southampton and brother-in-law, Roland DOUBROUGH of St. Catharines. He was predeceased by his sister-in-law, Jane LADD and his brother-in-law, Carl COOPER. Relatives and Friends will be received in the Francis Funeral Home, 77 Woodstock Street North, Tavistock on Sunday from 2: 00 to 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. where the funeral service will be held on Monday, March 20th, 2006 at 2: 00 p.m. Stanley DIEHL of Innerkip will officiate. Interment in South Easthope Cemetery, Shakespeare. As expressions of sympathy, donations to the Building Fund of Shakespeare Presbyterian Church would be appreciated and may be made through the funeral home by calling Page B5

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DOUCET o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-01-17 published
DOUCET, Aurelle Joseph
Peacefully at Chateau Gardens on Saturday, January 14th, 2006, Mr. Aurelle Joseph DOUCET of London, in his 79th year. Loving brother of Geraldine STEVES of Saint John, New Brunswick. Predeceased by his sisters Margaret, Jacqueline and Rosemary and brothers Gerard, Arthur, Leo and Regis. A service to remember Aurelle will be held at the Army, Navy, Air Force Club, Colborne Street, London on Thursday, January 19th from 1-4 pm. Arrangements entrusted to Needham Funeral Service (434-9141).

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DOUCET o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-05-15 published
Sault Ste. Marie mourns loss of first officer killed on the job
By Canadian Press, Mon., May 15, 2006
Sault Ste. Marie -- Police in Sault Ste. Marie are mourning the loss of the first-ever city officer to die on the job.
Senior Const. Donald DOUCET was a passenger in a police cruiser that collided with a minivan about 2: 45 a.m. yesterday in the city's east end.
Platoon chief Terry DUBOIS said firefighters had to use the jaws of life to free both officers and the driver of the minivan from their vehicles, but the 41-year-old DOUCET died a short time later in hospital.
The second officer and the driver of the minivan were also injured in the collision.
A 29-year-old woman is in police custody and is set to appear in bail court today.
Transport driver Stephan LAVOIE said he was sleeping in his parked rig when he heard the collision's impact.
"It's a big bang," he said.
The Quebec City resident looked out his cab's front window, but saw nothing unusual, and went back to sleep.
"I said, 'Maybe it's a tire blowout,'" LAVOIE said.
It wasn't until around 7: 30 a.m. that LAVOIE learned what happened from another transport driver.
"I remembered I heard something in the night. It's so painful," he said, tapping his heart.
DOUCET, who had served on the Sault force for 12 years, is survived by his wife, Debbie, and his daughters Jocelyne, 19, and Courtney, Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty expressed his condolences to the officer's family, Friends and colleagues.
"Our thoughts and prayers go out to Senior Const. DOUCET's family," McGuinty said yesterday in a news release. "Policing is dangerous work that takes a special commitment to community service. Sometimes our officers make the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty and such a loss is a tragedy for us all."

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DOUCET o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-05-15 published
Ontario police officer killed in collision
Canadian Press, Page A5
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario -- Police in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, are mourning the loss of the first city officer to die on the job.
Senior Constable Donald DOUCET was a passenger in a police cruiser that collided with a minivan at about 2: 45 a.m. yesterday.
Platoon chief Terry DUBOIS said firefighters used the jaws of life to free both officers and the driver of the minivan from their vehicles, but the 41-year-old officer died a short time later in hospital.

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DOUCET o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-03-13 published
CLARKE, Glen Dwight
Peacefully, at Georgetown Hospital, on Thursday, March 9, 2006, at the age of 50 years. Loving husband of Linda WENDERLISH. Loving father of Jennifer DOUCET (Serge COURNOYER) of Newtonville. Brother of Greg, and of the late Brad and Mark. He will be greatly missed by several nieces, nephews and relatives. Best friend of Glyn HAWKINS, Al Campbell and many others. Visitation at the Scott Funeral Home, 289 Main St. N. "Brampton Chapel," 905-451-1100, on Monday, March 13, 2006 from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Tuesday, Service in the Chapel at 1 p.m. Interment Brampton Memorial Gardens. Sign an online book of condolences at www.scott-brampton.ca

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DOUCET o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-04-10 published
DOUCET, Colombe Marie
Passed away suddenly, at home, on Saturday, April 8, 2006, at the age of 71. Colombe, beloved wife of the late Raymond DOUCET. Loving mother of Lynn MAGUET and husband Marc, Gwen, Keith and wife Suzanne, Karen RILEY and husband Chris, Nancy PANUNTO and husband John, and Gary and wife Margaret. Adored Nana to Jacqueline, Amy, Tyler, Jennie, Michael, Sheldon and Ashley. Colombe will be fondly remembered by all her brothers and sisters. A dedicated Catholic Women's League member, Colombe will also be remembered with love by numerous Friends throughout the world. Family, her faith and charitable works were the guiding lights in her life and were a shining example to all. Resting at the Paul O'Connor Funeral Home, 1939 Lawrence Ave. E. (between Warden and Pharmacy), from 3-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Monday and Tuesday. Funeral Mass in Annunciation Church on Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m. Cremation. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society or the Arthritis Society would be appreciated.

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DOUCETTE o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2006-03-22 published
JOANNE DOUCETTE
In loving memory of Joanne Doucette (née Dickinson) who passed away Tuesday,
March 14, 2006 at the Wikwemikong Nursing Home. Joanne was born in Richmond,
Surrey, England in 1922. She arrived in Canada on May 31, 1959. She was a
member of the British Army Women's Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS) and
served as a driver during the 1939 - 45 Second World War. She was an active
member of the South East Manitoulin Veterans' group and had the honour of
placing the wreath at the Cenotaph on a number of occasions. Joanne was a
member of the Tehkummah Triangle Club and a dedicated community worker. She
was responsible for organizing, planting and maintaining the Tehkummah
Community Flower Garden which also contains memorial plaques to First and
Second World War veterans. She spent many hours baking and preparing "goody"
bags for those who were sick or shut-in and delivering them, not only to
private homes but to the various nursing homes on the Island. She was a
faithful servant, serving God and her neighbours. A Funeral Mass will be
celebrated at Our Lady of Canada Church on Monday, March 27, 2006 at 11 am.
Father Foliot officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Joanne
to the Wikwemikong Nursing Home and their Hospital Bed Fund would be
appreciated. Donations may be addressed to: Wikwemikong Nursing Home,
Wikwemikong, Ontario, P0P 2J0, Attn. Mark Manitowabi, director.

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DOUCETTE o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-04-04 published
VAN BLYDERVEEN
At the Woodingford Lodge, Tillsonburg on Monday April 3, 2006, William VAN BLYDERVEEN of R.R.#1 Burgessville in his 82nd year. Beloved husband of Metje BUDDING. Loving father of Hans and Maradale VAN BLYDERVEEN of R.R.#3 Harley, Mary and Peter VAN BRUGGE of R.R.#2 Scotland, John VAN BLYDERVEEN and Karen DOUCETTE of Tillsonburg, Case and Ada VAN BLYDERVEEN of Courtland. He will be sadly missed by his 20 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Predeceased by 2 brothers and 2 sisters of The Netherlands. Friends will be received at The Arn-Lockie Funeral Home, 45 Main St. W., Norwich on Wednesday 7-9 p.m. and Thursday 6: 30-8:30 p.m. Funeral service will be held at The Netherlands Reformed Congregation on Friday April 7th at 1: 30 p.m. D.V. Rev. J. SPAANS officiating. Interment Old Reformed Cemetery, Burgessville. As expressions of sympathy, donations to Woodingford Lodge, Tillsonburg would be appreciated. No Flowers Please. Arn-Lockie (519) 863-3020. Condolences may be sent to: info@arn-lockiefuneralhome.com

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DOUCETTE o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-04-25 published
HAWLEY, James A.
At Woodstock General Hospital on Monday April 24, 2006, James A. HAWLEY of Woodstock in his 55th year. Beloved husband of Kim HAWLEY (née SMILEY.) Loved father of Angela WILSON and Julie BUCHANAN and her husband Mark all of Woodstock. Dear grandfather of Cody, Joseph, Lexi, and Darlene. Jim is survived by his mother Alma, sisters Bonnie FOSTER, Theresa HAWLEY, Virginia DOUCETTE, Sterling (Richard) TURNER, his brother Maynard HAWLEY (Lynn MAAHS,) and many nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the R.D. Longworth Funeral Home, 845 Devonshire Ave., Woodstock (539-0004) on Wednesday April 26, 2006 from 2: 30-4:30 and 7-9 p.m. Cremation. A private family service will be held at the Anglican Cemetery at a later date. Contributions to the Canadian Diabetes Association would be appreciated. On-line condolences at www.longworthfuneralhome.com

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DOUCETTE o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-12-22 published
Missing teen's body pulled from creek
By Chris DOUCETTE, Sun Media, Fri., December 22, 2006
Toronto -- The young man pulled from a creek at Pearson airport this week has been identified as a 19-year-old who went missing nearly two months ago, Peel Police say.
Hardik VYAS, of Brampton, disappeared October 29 after a night out drinking with Friends.
"It looks like this is a death by misadventure or an accidental drowning," Const. Pete BRANDWOOD said yesterday, adding an autopsy had concluded the teen drowned.
VYAS and his Friends left the Frigate and Firkin Bar on Queen Street with plans to head to a nearby Tim Hortons.
He became separated from his Friends just east of Hwy. 410 and it's believed he fell into a creek.
His disappearance sparked an extensive search.
Investigators believe VYAS was swept downstream several kilometres after a heavy rain.
Workers digging out a culvert, between Courtneypark and Brittania roads, stumbled upon the teen's body in Etobicoke Creek Monday.

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DOUCETTE o@ca.on.peterborough.north_monaghan.peterborough.the_peterborough_examiner 2006-03-11 published
PRIME, Melbourne Wallace
At the age of 89 went to be with his Lord March 9, 2006 at Springdale Country Manor, Peterborough, Ontario. Born April 28, 1916 Centreville, Nova Scotia. Formerly of Nova Scotia and Hampton, Ontario he spent the last years of his life in Peterborough where he was a member of Elim Family Worship Centre. Served in the Canadian Army, World War 2, 1940-1946. Survived by his wife of 69 years, Lida at Springdale Country Manor; and his children Stanley (Edie), Airdrie Alberta; Carolyn STURMAN (Reginald), Lindsay, Ontario Randall (Leanne), Penticton, British Columbia; Wendell (Jane), Conestogo, Ontario; Walton (Lisbeth), Beeton, Ontario; Susan HAYES (Ronald,) Hampton, Ontario; also 13 grandchildren (one deceased) and 16 great-grandchildren (two deceased). Predeceased by a brother Wendell and 5 sisters Ida DAKIN, Helena BEST, Christina CANN, Florence VEINOT and Edith PRIME all of Nova Scotia, he is survived by 2 sisters Violet WHITE/WHYTE, Middleton, Nova Scotia and Anna DOUCETTE, New Edinburgh, Nova Scotia. Much loved by his family, he will be greatly missed. Memorial service at Elim Family Worship Centre, 414 Kellar Street, Peterborough, Ontario at 1: 30 p.m. Monday, March 13, 2006. Memorial service at Jayne's Funeral Home, 7 Birch St. Digby, Nova Scotia on Thursday, March 16, 2006 at 2: 00, p.m., to be followed by interment at Rossway Baptist Cemetery, Rossway, Nova Scotia. Following the interment will be a reception at the home of Lorraine Marshall, Barton, Nova Scotia. In lieu of flowers, charity of your choice.

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DOUCETTE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-04-22 published
JESSIMAN, The Honourable Duncan James, Q.C.
Quietly and with dignity, Duncan passed away, on Wednesday, April 19, 2006 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Duncan is survived by Alix (PERRIN,) his loving and caring wife of 27 years and his children, Duncan (Colleen CRAWFORD,) Robert (Sally KENDALL) and Sally (Arnold OSTEVIK.) 'Big', as he was affectionately known, will also be missed by his devoted grandchildren Duncan (Tressa MAIN,) Patrick, Shauna, Ryann (Phil DOUCETTE), Scott, Robin, Joe and Julia. Big was a loving caring father and grandfather always there to support and love his family. It made him very proud that all of his children were university educated and active professionals in their communities. He was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba on June 5th 1923, to parents William and Rubina (RUBY) JESSIMAN. He was predeceased by his mother when he was 9 years old and subsequently by his father and brothers, William, Tom and John and he is survived by his youngest brother Harvey. At age 16, Duncan left home and went west to fight fires in British Columbia. His Aunt Ret and Uncle Dunc then convinced him to come home and stay with them and go back to school. They made him realize the importance of education. At the age of 18, he joined the Royal Canadian Navy as a midshipman. He served in the coastal forces in Canada, the United Kingdom and France. He served with the 29th Canadian Motor Torpedo Boat Flotilla and was part of the Allied liberation of Europe, participating in D-day, June 6, 1944, and in operations on the French, Belgian and Dutch coasts. This was dangerous duty. He survived the destruction of his squadron at 0stend in 1945. He was honourably discharged as a Lieutenant Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve in August 1945. After his service he continued his commitment to lifelong learning as he worked to obtain his law degree. After he obtained his law degree, he went back and obtained his arts degree and then later his LLM and then went on to teach in the post graduate program at the law school. He started practicing law in 1948, when he joined with Arthur Johnston, the firm eventually becoming Johnston, Jessiman, Gardner and Twaddle. In 1971 that firm joined with Pitblado and Hoskin where he became a partner and in 1998 he joined Aikins, MacAulay and Thor valdson where he continued his practice until 2005. He was appointed Queen's Counsel in 1959 and appeared successfully before the Supreme Court of Canada on four occasions. He was a life long member of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada and became a senator in 1993. He took great pride on the work he did in the Senate with the Special Committee dealing with the Pearson Airport Agreements, the Standing Committees on Fisheries and Oceans; Legal and Constitutional Affairs; Social Affairs, Science and Technology; the Sub Committee on Veterans Affairs; and the Joint Committee on Child Custody and Access. In addition to politics Duncan's commitment to the community involved his participation in the Rotary Club of Winnipeg where he became President, the University of Winnipeg, where he became Chairman of the Board of Regents; he was a founding member, chairperson of the board and member of the executive committee of the Victoria General Hospital Research and Services Inc. in addition he was a member of the advisory boards of Rainbow Stage and the Canadian Arthritis Society. In business he was equally successful where he was a driving force in the creation of a number of entities listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange. These entities included Service Corporation International Canada, Geocrude Energy, Pan Cana Resources and Rimoil where he served as chairman and Enerplus Resources where he was a director. He also served as a director of Air Canada. In Winnipeg, through Progressive Holdings he was involved with many investments involving among other things, land development. The development of Linden Ridge with others was one of its larger undertakings. Through his community involvement, political associations and business interests, there were not many places he didn't travel to, however his best times were visiting the far flung reaches of Canada and getting to know and gain a better understanding of the people. He always prided himself for having a goal, setting the agenda, being rigorously honest, being in control, giving ample consideration to all the details in complex matters, he had a very focused and strong mind. When needed he was always able to shift his truly incredible power of focus to deal with the required issue at hand, usually involving others. He was always determined and could always be relied on. His enormous strength, energy and the security of purpose was cherished by many, but in particular, his family members. He will be dearly missed by all. He was a member of the Manitoba Club and the St. Charles Country Club where he very much enjoyed matching wits with the 'Boys of Friday'. For many years Duncan and the family spent summers enjoying the family cottage uniquely located on the isthmus between West Hawk Lake and Hunt Lake. A service in celebration of Duncan's life will take place at St. George's Crescentwood Anglican Church, 168 Wilton Street in Winnipeg on Tuesday, April 25 at 11 a.m. with reception to follow at the Church. Donations to CancerCare Manitoba, P.O. Box 2248, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 4A6 are. gratefully appreciated. Duncan was deeply appreciative of all his caregivers, especially Antonia and Merril and his dedicated wife and daughter. Condolences may be emailed to condolences@nbardal.mb.ca. 'One always knew where he stood on a matter.' Neil Bardal Inc 204-949-2200

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DOUCETTE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-06-10 published
DALZIEL, F.R. Jean (née DOUCETTE)

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DOUCETTE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-07-05 published
TANTON, Philippa Jane (née HUTCHINS)
After a lengthy illness, on June 27, 2006 at the age of eighty-eight years. Predeceased by her husband Doctor Clare TANTON, special friend Jeffrey DOUCETTE and brother George HUTCHINS; Philippa will be sadly missed by her brother Roger HUTCHINS (Kathryn MINARD) her children Jennifer BRUNELLE, Janice (Warren WINSLOW) and Philip TANTON (Gail;) grandchildren Chantal BRUNELLE (Paul MacKIE,) Christianne BRUNELLE (Maxime SOUCY), Karen WINSLOW (John MULDER), Christine WINSLOW and Sarah and Joshua TANTON; and great-grandchildren Adrian MacKIE and Benjamin MULDER. A Memorial service will be held on October 5, 2006 at 11 a.m. at the Mount Royal Funeral Complex, 1297 Chemin de la Foret, Outremont, Québec. The family wishes to express its gratitude to Philippa's long-time loving caregivers and to the staff of the Short Stay Unit of the Montreal General Hospital.

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DOUCETTE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-12-26 published
Man killed after 'minor' argument at restaurant
Family's wish to spend Christmas together dashed as son shot by waiting gunman
By Unnati GANDHI, Page A21
Ivy BATISSE wished with all her heart yesterday that she could hold in her hands one of the "magic potions" her son used to make for her when she was feeling sad.
The concoctions of shampoo, cologne and whatever else the then-elementary school pupil could obtain were what the single mother's mind kept straying to after hearing that her son Jesse had been gunned down and killed on Christmas Eve.
"He would make different mixtures, put it all in a bottle, shake it up, and Scotch tape it together," the 44-year-old told The Globe and Mail yesterday. "He'd say they were mom potions, love potions, whatever it took to cheer me up."
Instead, Ms. BATISSE held in her hands the paperwork identifying her son's body at the coroner's office on Sunday.
"All I wanted was to see my baby on Christmas and I can't. I just wanted to see him. I just …," she said yesterday, breaking off into heavy sobs and lashing out at the "street code that these young people have today."
Mr. BATISSE, 23, had been out with Friends at Tasty's Restaurant in his old Parkdale neighbourhood Saturday night when he got into what police called a "minor" argument with one of his long-time childhood Friends.
"That altercation resulted in the suspect leaving the bar, arming himself with a handgun and laying in wait for the deceased to exit the bar," Detective Wayne FOWLER of the Toronto police homicide squad said yesterday.
Police said the suspect opened fire about 1 a.m. Sunday. Mr. BATISSE was shot several times in the chest and collapsed at Dufferin Street and King Street West. He died five hours later in hospital.
One of his Friends was struck in the arm by a stray bullet but managed to get to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Police issued an arrest warrant for 20-year-old Thomas Lawrence DOUCETTE of Toronto on a charge of first-degree murder. They consider him armed and dangerous.
"If he's willing to take it upon himself to go to this extent to arm himself and discharge a number of rounds at the deceased who was with a number of people -- obviously he can be volatile and take matters to the extreme," Det. FOWLER said.
Mr. DOUCETTE is described as white, 5 foot 8, 154 pounds, with short brown hair, hazel eyes and a tattoo on the back of his neck. He was last seen wearing all black clothing.
Mr. BATISSE and his family lived in the Parkdale area for most of his life. He often went back to the neighbourhood, where he had many Friends, including the suspect, police said.
His girlfriend, Amber LAROCQUE, 20, witnessed the incident and said she could not believe anyone could shoot her boyfriend because he had "the biggest heart in the world."
Mr. BATISSE and Ms. LAROCQUE were planning on moving into their own apartment in January, when he was to begin a part-time construction job.
"We had saved up for rent and were even thinking of starting up our own family. Jesse wanted to own a house by the time he was 25."
At the family home at Jane Street and St. Clair Avenue West, Ms. BATISSE said she knew the suspect. "This young person used to stay at my house. I used to give him food. I used to give him shelter. I remember this one time his family was having a hard time, he stayed in my basement because Jesse asked me if he could stay there."
Mr. BATISSE, who was half Ojibwa from the Matachewan First Nation about 50 kilometres west of Kirkland Lake, Ontario, was beginning to turn his life around after struggling with a life of crime, said his sister, Jennifer, 20.
He was going to return to school in January to get his high-school diploma and had applied to a youth-counselling program at George Brown College.
"He went through some tough times," she said. "So he just wanted to guide younger kids, to show them where they should go in life, and how not to go down the same route he went down."
The whole family -- Ms. BATISSE, her two sons and three daughters had been planning to celebrate their first Christmas together "in a long time," Jennifer said. They were going to decorate their tree and have a family dinner on Sunday.

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DOUCETTE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-01-04 published
FRASER, Wayne Wilson
Peacefully on Monday, January 2, 2006 in his 57th year at St. Joseph's Health Centre in Toronto surrounded by his loving family. Beloved husband of Deborah (Queenie). Dearest father of Tanya and Chad. Proud Bumpie of Amanda and Autumn. Dearly missed by his sisters Eunice BURCHELL of Mississauga and Marge DOUCETTE of Ingonish Beach, Cape Breton; as well as his brothers Russell (Judy), Edward (Pauline) and Earl, all of New Waterford, Cape Breton. Wayne will also be remembered by his many nieces, nephews and Friends. Predeceased by his mother and father as well as his brother Gordie and sister Lorraine. Cremation has taken place. A celebration of life will be held on Friday, January 6, 2006 at 10: 30 a.m. at the Army Navy and Air Force Club, 847 Dovercourt Rd., Toronto (Dovercourt and Bloor). The family wishes to extend a special thank you to the Doctors, Nurses and Staff at Princess Margaret Hospital and St. Joseph's Health Centre for the support and care they gave Wayne. If desired, memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or The Kidney Foundation.

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DOUCETTE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-01-21 published
MORRISON, Ethelreda (HUTTON)
Entered into rest peacefully, at the Ross Memorial Hospital in Lindsay, on Thursday, January 19, 2006. Ethelreda HUTTON, in her 81st year, was the beloved wife of Stewart MORRISON for 56 years. Loving mother of Shirley and her husband Murray MacALPINE of Wasaga Beach, Jane and her husband Vernon AVERY of Little Britain, Marlene and her husband Ken NICHOLLS of Lindsay, and Heather and her husband Wayne COCKBURN of Lindsay. Lovingly remembered by her grandchildren Robert and Amy MacALPINE, Pierre and Melanie DUBOIS, Stewart MacALPINE and Debra DOUCETTE, Emily and Warren GRAVES, Matthew and Sara AVERY, Rachael, Jacquelyn and Catherine NICHOLLS, Natalie COCKBURN, and by her great-grandchildren Deanna and Ella Rose MacALPINE, Adeline DUBOIS and Ethan GRAVES. Dear sister of Doris and her husband Cleve LEBAR of Lindsay and Shirley O'DETTE of Peterborough, and predeceased by her sisters Marjorie VROOMAN, Leona MARK and brothers James and John HUTTON. Friends are invited to call at the Stoddart Funeral Home, 24 Mill Street, Lindsay K9V 2L1 (toll free 1-877-427-8434), on Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. and on Monday, January 23 at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church from 12: 00 noon until time of Funeral Service at 1:00 p.m. Interment McNeil Cemetery, Wick. Memorial donations to "Legacy of Care" in memory of Ethelreda MORRISON would be appreciated by the family, please make cheques payable to Stoddart Funeral Home.

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DOUCETTE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-04-04 published
AGH, Eva Elizabeth
Eva (Nanny) passed away peacefully on March 31, 2006 surrounded by loved ones. Survived and loved by Anthony DE MARIAFFI and Stephen AGH from Toronto, her daughters Kathy DOMINA, Andrea AGH (Bob WEIDNER) from Toronto and Sharon STOKER, her grandchildren Christopher DOUCETTE (Pamela) from Toronto, Mary DOMINA (Gerry JOHNSON,) Michelle DOMINA, her great-grandchildren Noah, Clayton, Christopher, Brittany, Matthew and her best friend Toby. Eva was born in Hungary in 1930. After escaping Hungary in 1949, Eva finished high school and entered University in Innsbruck. She left Austria in 1951 and immigrated to Canada where she worked hard and her only dream was to have a better life for her family. Her favourite pastimes were walking her dog Toby, reading and travelling. A Celebration of Nanny's life will be held at Sands Funeral Chapel, 1 Newcastle Ave., Nanaimo, British Columbia on Thursday, April 6, 2006 at 4: 00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in memory of Eva to the Kidney Foundation. Special thanks to all the nurses, care attendants and housekeeping personnel at the Palliative Care Unit in Nanaimo Hospital, who helped make Nanny and families last days together as comfortable as possible.

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DOUCETTE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-12-26 published
Childhood pal was killer: Police
One man, 23, shot and killed, another wounded after 'minor' spat escalated into violence
By Betsy POWELL, Staff Reporter
The two Friends grew up together in Parkdale until some "minor" disagreement on the weekend boiled over into violence, with one of them firing several bullets into the other in front of horrified witnesses, police say.
Yesterday Toronto police issued a warrant for first-degree murder and attempted murder for Thomas Lawrence DOUCETTE, 20. Homicide Det. Wayne FOWLER described the suspect as armed and dangerous. "If he's willing to take it upon himself to go to this extent&hellip obviously he can be volatile and take matters to the extreme."
He urged DOUCETTE to contact a lawyer and surrender himself to police.
Sometime late Saturday or early Sunday, the victim, 23-year-old Jesse BATISSE, was inside Tasty's restaurant on King Street, just west of Dufferin, when he got into a minor altercation with his friend, police say. After the argument, police allege the suspect left and returned with a handgun, "and laid in wait for the deceased to exit the restaurant."
When BATISSE stepped out onto King St. with his girlfriend and another couple, the gunman approached and opened fire, striking BATISSE in the torso, FOWLER said. A second male was hit in the arm and is recovering. After he was hit, BATISSE staggered down King St. W. toward Dufferin St. where he collapsed on the pavement near the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce branch on the corner. Other people in the area saw the slaying.
"My understanding is they were still Friends before this altercation took place," FOWLER explained. He didn't want to elaborate on the "exact nature" of the spat, "but it definitely wasn't anything to lead up to why we're here."
BATISSE, who worked in construction, and DOUCETTE both grew up in Parkdale. The victim's younger sister, who didn't want to give her name, said her family has known the accused for a long time. "My mom babysat him too when he was younger." BATISSE's family relocated to another part of the city, but the young man remained.
The victim's younger sister said her brother was "trying to change his life around and was really a caring person, and he loved his family and Friends a lot. They meant a lot to him."
The family was supposed to get together Christmas Eve to decorate the tree and spend the holiday together, something they hadn't done for a long time, she said.
The suspect, also known as T.J., is a white male, 5-foot-8, 154 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes, and a distinct tattoo at the back of his neck. Police say the night of the shooting he was dressed in black.
He is known to hang around the Parkdale area but also has acquaintances in Niagara Falls.
Elsewhere in the city, after a relatively quiet month, gun violence flared up in the final hours leading to Christmas.
"It was a busy night," said a Toronto police officer as he and a colleague gathered up yellow crime scene tape in the entertainment district on Pearl Street, the scene of a double shooting early Sunday around 2: 41 a.m. Two people, a man and woman, were each shot in the leg in a parking lot outside the Mink nightclub after an altercation inside the club.
Both were taken to hospital but the man was released. "There's still (crime scene) tape from the last time," the officer said, pointing to a knot of plastic tape wrapped around a post.
Last month, 23-year-old Michael LINTON died after he was gunned down after an argument outside the Tequila Sunrise lounge.
Yesterday police released a photo of a "person of interest" wearing a rugby sweater with the logo Pele across the chest. The photo was taken from inside the club where more than 300 people remained at the time of the shooting.
Two other people fell victim to gun violence earlier Saturday night in the area of Ellesmere Rd. and Morningside Ave.
A woman called police after a gunman knocked on the door of a second-floor apartment at 80 Mornelle Court, and burst in, shooting her 19-year-old brother in the abdomen. Her brother is in hospital with serious injuries. Another 19-year-old was shot in the leg and was treated at hospital and released.

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DOUDS o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-07-11 published
MANNING, Linda
Peacefully after a courageous battle with cancer at Scarborough Grace Hospital on July 9, 2006 in her 64th year. Beloved wife of Ronald R. Loving mother of Stacy and her husband Mark, and Jason and his fiancée Heidi. Cherished Nana of Sam, Ella and Oliver. Sister of Keith DOUDS and his wife Donna and sister-in-law of Marilyn and her husband Kin DILLANE. Visitation will be held at the Ogden Funeral Home, 4164 Sheppard Ave. E., Scarborough (east of Kennedy Rd.) on Wednesday from 7-9 p.m. A memorial service will be held in the Ogden Chapel on Thursday at 1: 00 p.m. If desired, memorial donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated.

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DOUESNARD o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-10-12 published
BUTLER, Brent Clifford (1951-2006)
Courageously on Sunday, October 8, 2006 at the Jewish General Hospital. Beloved husband of Sylvie KUBIAK. Loving father of Matthew (Mercedes), Adam and Jarrett. son of Clifford BUTLER and the late Elspeth BUTLER. Special brother of Lynn BUTLER- KISBER (Stephen), Lesley FRASER- BURTON (Harry), Lorel CRAWFORD (Michael) and uncle of Jasen (Laura) and Lisa KISBER, Leigh FRIEL (Sean,) Stephen FRASER (Alison), Julie SELLARS (Chris), Carley CRAWFORD (Craig,) Zachary CRAWFORD (Maryse) and great uncle of Ashley and Ryan FRIEL. Son-in-law of Denise Bernier KUBIAK and brother-in-law of Raymond KUBIAK and Diane KUBIAK (Claude DOUESNARD.) His loss will be deeply felt by his many Friends and colleagues whose lives he touched. A memorial service will be held on Monday, October 16, 2006 from 2 to 4 p.m. at Bellevue Golf Club, 880 Lery Blvd., Lery, Québec, J6N 1B7. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in his name to the Jewish General Hospital Pulmonary Division, 3755 Cote Ste. Catherine, Montreal, Québec H3T 1G2.

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DOUGALL o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-12-23 published
Mary DE BELLEFEUILLE- PERCY, Civil Servant (1943-2006)
Known as the voice of Rideau Hall, she served five governors-general and set exactly the right tone at ceremonies and investitures. 'People stood a little straighter when she walked into a room.'
By Buzz BOURDON, Special to The Globe and Mail, Page S9
Ottawa -- When Mary DE BELLEFEUILLE- PERCY retired from Rideau Hall, after 18 years of working for five successive governors-general, Governor-General Michäelle JEAN asked her to reconsider and stay on. Her experience and knowledge were just too valuable to lose.
Working as the director of honours in the Office of the Secretary to the Governor-General from 1995 to 2006, Mrs. DE BELLEFEUILLE- PERCY held a key position in the Chancellery of Honours. Leading a team of 28 people, she was responsible for administering the nomination and selection process for 30 honours and awards.
Each year, hundreds of Canadians receive honours and awards from the governor-general, who is the personal representative of the Queen. While the sovereign rarely presents honours in person to her Canadian subjects, "The Crown [remains] the fount of all honour," wrote Christopher McCreery in his 2005 book The Order of Canada: Its Origins, History and Development.
Established in 1972, five years after the Order of Canada was introduced, the honours system includes the Victoria Cross, the Cross of Valour, the Star of Courage and the Medal of Bravery. Over the past 15 years, Mrs. DE BELLEFEUILLE- PERCY played a key role in creating many new decorations and orders, including the General Campaign Star and the General Service Medal.
But she was best known for her very public role as master of ceremonies during investitures held in the gold-and-white ballroom at Rideau Hall. Presided over by the governor-general of the day -- Mrs. DE BELLEFEUILLE- PERCY worked for Jeanne SAUVÉ, Ray HNATYSHYN, Roméo LEBLANC, Adrienne CLARKSON and Ms. JEAN -- her job was to read, with suitable aplomb, the names and citations of each recipient as they walked forward to accept their award.
Officiating at about 20 investitures per year, the modest and unassuming Mrs. DE BELLEFEUILLE- PERCY quickly became known as "the voice of Rideau Hall." Standing at her podium to the right of the governor-general, her clear, precise and elegant tones in both official languages -- she was perfectly bilingual -- lent an air of dignity and solemnity to the event.
"On occasion, she was also the voice of Canada. She emceed the ceremony held on Parliament Hill as a tribute to all those affected by the terrorist attack on the U.S. on September 11, 2001," said her deputy, Danielle DOUGALL. " She was often recognized in public and people would say, 'you're the elegant lady on television.' People stood a little straighter when she walked into a room. Her whole demeanour spoke volumes."
But Mrs. DE BELLEFEUILLE- PERCY never took anything for granted, Mrs. DOUGALL said. "She was very professional. She'd rehearse before the ceremony. You have to know where to pause, where to be emotional. If it got emotionally stressful [for her] she'd just concentrate on reading the words, and not the story behind the words. She was a very caring and compassionate person. She was everything to me. We were best Friends and soulmates for 10 years."
Mrs. DE BELLEFEUILLE- PERCY was also good at making people feel welcome in Rideau Hall, helping to dispense hospitality at about 200 events per year. She met hundreds of celebrities, athletes, business moguls, politicians and foreign heads of state and government, but she never failed to connect with ordinary people, Mrs. DOUGALL said.
"I remember one shy 10-year-old who had just received a Medal of Bravery. With her usual magic touch, Mary went to him and I saw them leave the ballroom together. When they returned shortly after, the child was holding a plate [of food]. Lunch was running late and he was hungry."
She understood that Rideau Hall's formality could be intimidating, "particularly [to] recipients of bravery awards and their families who sometimes came from remote parts of Canada," Mrs. DOUGALL said. "Some of them had never left their community, let alone travelled by plane to the nation's capital. When Mary noticed people looking a little lost or anxious, she immediately went over and reassured them."
Mrs. DE BELLEFEUILLE- PERCY also rubbed elbows with such celebrities as Nelson Mandela and Wayne Gretzky, yet never acquired airs, said her daughter, Kimberly. "She was extremely modest and humble about what she did. She didn't boast or brag about it even though she met some very famous people. It never went to her head."
What seemed to affect her was meeting people who had committed acts of bravery, said her husband, Keith. "She'd come back in the evening and talk about what people had done to get their award. She was really touched by their feats of bravery and service to the community -- the qualities and dedication of ordinary Canadians."
Kimberly DE BELLEFEUILLE- PERCY only once saw her mother on the job. In 2003, she went along to a military investiture at Quebec City's Citadel, an imposing structure that is sometimes called the second viceregal home. "It was a moving [and] emotional ceremony and it was wonderful to see her in action," Ms. DE BELLEFEUILLE- PERCY said. "She had a presence about her in both her personal and work life. People were really drawn to her."
Mrs. DE BELLEFEUILLE- PERCY grew up in Ottawa. A clever youngster, she was admitted to the University of Ottawa at the precocious age of 16. After teaching French and English to Grades 3 to 9 in Ottawa and Fort William, now Thunder Bay, she worked as a writer, producer and on-camera presenter for educational television programs for the Ottawa Board of Education.
Mrs. DE BELLEFEUILLE- PERCY was also something of an actress, appearing in Ottawa Little Theatre productions in the late 1960s and early 1970s. In 1972, she took the role of Betty in Paddy Chayevsky's play Middle of the Night. Playing the part of a girl who falls for an older man, she soon fell for her leading man, her future husband Keith. They married two years later.
"She blew me away. I thought she was the beginning and the end sexy and smart," said Mr. DE BELLEFEUILLE- PERCY. He swept her off to Washington, where he worked as a diplomat at the Canadian embassy. After they returned home to Ottawa, she spent from 1974 to 1976 as the office manager of The Globe and Mail.
In 1988, everything changed. Rideau Hall hired Mrs. DE BELLEFEUILLE- PERCY as director of information services and was given the job of increasing public awareness of the governor-general's role and responsibilities. "She was absolutely dedicated to the office of the governor-general and its role," Mr. DE BELLEFEUILLE- PERCY said. "She would have been happier if the role was better understood."
Over the years, Mrs. DE BELLEFEUILLE- PERCY got her share of awards, too. In 1992, she received the 125th Anniversary of the Confederation of Canada Medal, and 10 years later was given the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Medal. This year, she was awarded centennial medals by the governments of Alberta and Saskatchewan.
During Mrs. DE BELLEFEUILLE- PERCY's final 15 months at Rideau Hall, she served as acting deputy secretary of the Chancellery of Honours, with responsibility for policy advice and the administration of honours and heraldry.
Earlier this year, Ms. JEAN learned that Mrs. DE BELLEFEUILLE- PERCY's decision to retire was final and decided to honour her with a farewell reception in Rideau Hall's historic Tent Room on June 30. "Mary, herself, is irreplaceable," she told about 60 guests.
Mary Kathleen DE BELLEFEUILLE- PERCY was born on January 28, 1943, in Ottawa. She died there of a heart attack on November 7, 2006. She was 63. She leaves her husband Keith, daughter Kimberly, son Kristian, brothers Terry and Pat. She was predeceased by her brother Mike.

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DOUGALL o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-01-11 published
BUTT, William David
(Veteran World War 2, Royal Canadian Air Force)
Passed away peacefully on Monday, January 9, 2006, 3 days short of his 89th birthday. Predeceased by cherished wife Kitty. Much loved father of Arlene and her husband David DOUGALL and Adele and her husband David IMRIE. Proud " Pappa" of Caitlin, Taylor, Texi and Molly. Dear brother and brother-in-law of Norman and Lil, Linda and Bill, Vera and John, Irene and Jack, Phyllis, and the late Pearl, Daisy, Mae, Ed and Alice. Special thanks to his many Friends at West Park. Friends may call at the Turner and Porter Yorke Chapel, 2357 Bloor St. W., at Windermere, east of the Jane subway, on Wednesday from 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service to be held at St. George's-on-the-Hill Anglican Church, 4600 Dundas St. W. on Thursday, January 12, 2006 at 2 o'clock. Interment St. George's churchyard.

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DOUGALL o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-03-09 published
DOUGALL, Thomas Foreman
(World War II Veteran, Royal Air Force - P.O.W. 4 years)
Peacefully at home on Tuesday, March 7, 2006. Thomas Foreman DOUGALL in his 89th year. Loving husband of Olive for 60 years. Loving father of Margaret WILSON and Carol MATSUYAMA. Lovingly remembered by his four grandchildren. Tom was a man who experienced more in one lifetime than most of us could do in two - from flying and fighting in World War 2 for Britain, moving to Canada, working as a printer and raising his family. He touched many lives through his art, his church community and neighbours. Welove and remember him for his unique sense of humour. His passing has left a void in the lives of all his family and Friends. The family will receive Friends at the Uxbridge Baptist Church (Brock Street, Uxbridge) from 7-9 p.m. Thursday, and 10-11 a.m. Friday. Funeral Service at the Uxbridge Baptist Church on Friday, March 10, 2006 at 11: 00 a.m. Interment - Uxbridge Cemetery. A Book of Condolence may be signed at www.mceachnie-funeral.ca. Arrangements entrusted to the McEachnie Funeral Home, 905-428-8488.

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DOUGAN o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-12-20 published
PARKINSON, Margaret Calderwood (née DOUGAN) (1918-2006)

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DOUGAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-10-28 published
DOUGAN, John Alpine (Major, ret'd) B.A.; (M.A.Oxon;) M.C.
(April 7, 1921-October 18, 2006)
Passed away peacefully surrounded by his family following a courageous battle with cancer. He will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 61 years Rie (KOOPMAN,) daughters Elizabeth (Christopher FOURNIER,) Maureen (Todd HARRIES), Barbara and Jacky (Bruce SMITH), as well as 7 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. Born in Lethbridge, Alberta, John was predeceased by his parents Jack and Carine (VADNAIS) DOUGAN and his brother Donald. On completion of High School in Claresholm, Alberta, John attended the University of Alberta and received a B.A. in modern history. He then joined the Loyal Edmonton Regiment and served overseas until 1945. Wounded twice in action, he received the Military Cross and Bar for his contributions to campaigns in Sicily, Italy and Northwest Europe. Elected Rhodes Scholar for Alberta in 1946, John read Modern History at Balliol College, Oxford, and obtained a B.A. and M.A. (Oxon). In 1948, John joined the Department of External Affairs and served in Peru, Sri Lanka and Australia; permanent Chargé d'Affaires in Uruguay; and High Commissioner to Guyana, New Zealand and Malaysia. In 1978, John and Rie retired to Victoria, British Columbia and pursued an active retirement enjoying many life-long interests including fishing, hunting, golfing and travelling. John also continued to serve and contribute to his community through participation in several local and national associations. From 1983-1990, John accompanied the Command and Staff College, Kingston, Ontario as infantry guest and historical military advisor on the Battle of the Gothic Line in Italy. He also contributed to many of the History Channel's documentaries "Turning Points of History". A memorial service to celebrate John's life will be held on Monday, October 30 at 2 p.m. at St. Patrick's Church, 2060 Haultain Street, Victoria, British Columbia In lieu of flowers, donations in John's memory may be made to a charity of your choice.

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