JAMESON o@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2006-10-18 published
HOLMES, Donald Sylvester " Homer"
Passed away suddenly at the Collingwood General and Marine Hospital on Monday, October 2, 2006. Formerly of Hatherton, in his 71st Year. Beloved husband of Donna (YULE.) Loving father of Susen HOLMES (Craig HARRISON) of Georgetown, Roger (Anna) of Guelph, Debi (John) ARNOLD of Maxwell, Leslie CARLETON of Maxwell. Stepfather to Sherry JAMESON (Jim DEHANN) of Collingwood, Valerie LAING of Collingwood and Will (Sheila) LAING of Wasaga Beach'. Lovingly remembered by grandchildren Katherine, James HOLMES, Wesley, Nikita ARNOLD, Sommer JAMESON, Christopher LAING, Jacob, Issac FIELD and great-granddaughter Alexus YOUNG. Sadly missed by sister Janet (David) WOODHOUSE of Markdale. Also by many nieces, nephews, extended family and Friends. Predeceased by parents Sylvester HOLMES and Amy GRUMMETT and brother Jack. Funeral Service were held Friday, October 6, 2006 at Chatterson Funeral Home, Collingwood. Interment at Maxwell Cemetery. Donations to Heart and Stroke and Diabetes.
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JAMESON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-04-07 published
BRISTOW, John Robert " Bob"
Peacefully on Monday, April 3, 2006 at Joseph Brant Hospital, in Burlington, Ontario, in his 90th year. Beloved husband of the late Emily Edith JAMESON. Loving father of Rev. Canon Philip (Cheryl,) Jim (Debbie MIDA) and Anita COOK (the late Ron.) Dear grandfather of Shannon HADAYA (Elias) and Lydia, Jamie (Sylvia) and Gloria TUCK (Ken,) Bradley, Terri-Lynn (Patrick) McGUIRE and Lianne (Phuong) HUYNH and a growing number of great-grandchildren. Will be sadly missed by his extended family and Friends. A special thanks to the staff and residents of Hampton Terrace and all his Friends at Tim Hortons. Memorial Service will be held at St. Matthew-On-The Plains, 126 Plains Rd. East, Burlington on Saturday, April 8, 2006 at 1 p.m. Rev. Canon Carol SKIDMORE officiating. Interment at Mount Royal Cemetery in Montreal at a later date. In lieu of flowers donations to St. Matthew's Anglican Church, Burlington or World Vision would be appreciated by the family.

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JAMIE o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-11-24 published
ALLISON, Wayne Raymond
Peacefully at his residence, on Wednesday, November 22nd, 2006, Wayne Raymond ALLISON of Kilworth at the age of 49. Beloved and cherished husband of Susan (LEGGE) ALLISON. Loving father of Jake and Nolan ALLISON. Dear son of Hilda and the late Raymond ALLISON. Grandson of Marie KAUK. Son-in-law of Nora ASENATH (Senny) and the late William Ferguson "Fergie" LEGGE. Brother-in-law of Margaret and Larry RALPH and Fergie and Liz LEGGE. Uncle of Zachary, Melina, Jeanna, and Paula JAMIE. Visitation will be held at the Westview Funeral Chapel, 709 Wonderland Road North, on Sunday from 2: 00-4:00 and 7:00-9:00 p.m. The funeral service will be conducted at Glad Tidings Assembly, 556 Wonderland Road North, on Monday, November 27th, 2006 at 11: 00 a.m. with Pastor Rick BOYES officiating. Interment Oakland Cemetery. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Wayne are asked to consider the Dr. Venance Neuro-muscular Department at London Health Sciences Foundation at University Hospital or to the Glad Tidings Assembly Building Fund. Email condolences may be sent to westview@execulink.com

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JAMIESON o@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2006-11-15 published
JAMIESON, Reg
In loving memory of Reg JAMIESON, who passed away November 19, It's sad to walk the road alone
Instead of side by side
You gave us years of happiness
Then came sorrow and tears
But you left us beautiful memories
To treasure through the years.
- Lovingly remembered and deeply missed, Marie and Family.
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JAMIESON o@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2006-11-15 published
JAMIESON, Reg
In loving memory of our dear brother-in-law and uncle, Reg, who passed away November 19, 2004.
As time unfolds another year
Passed memories keep you near
The many good times we shared together
Old memories that will last forever.
Sadly missed by Robert and Pat, Lloyd and Eva-may, Willy and Janet, and families.
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JAMIESON o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2006-10-16 published
WINCH, James Floyd Charles " Jim"
At the Orillia Soldiers' Memorial Hospital on Saturday October 14th, 2006 in his 59th year. Jim WINCH of Orillia formerly of Brampton and Meaford. Much loved husband of Bonnie Catherine WINCH (nee MILLER.) Dear father of Jim (Aimee) of Collingwood, Dana (Jason HAWTON) of Thornbury. Stepfather of Terry CLARKE (Jo Anne) of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Rick CLARKE (Sara) of Victoria, British Columbia, Wanda CLARKE of Port Coquitlam, British Columbia. Loving grandfather of Theoren, Sienna, Zion, Quinn, Alyssa, Trenton and Jesse. Dear brother of Susan JAMIESON of Orillia, Ann (Bob McINTRYE) of Pettawawa, Mike WINCH of Meaford, Cathy (Marion OPRISON) of Victoria B.C.. Debbie (Ken WALDRON) of Victoria, British Columbia. Loved son of the late Dorothy and Floyd WINCH. Visitation will be held at the Simcoe Funeral Home - 38 James Street E. Orillia (705-327-0221) on Wednesday October 18th, from 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be held in the chapel on Thursday October 19th, at 1 p.m. Cremation to follow. Memorial donations to the Orillia Soldiers' Memorial Foundation or the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family.

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JAMIESON o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-05-07 published
Canoeist's body found
By Canadian Press, Sun., May 7, 2006
Paris -- The body of a man who went missing a week ago in southern Ontario after his canoe went over a dam and capsized has been recovered.
Ontario Provincial Police say the body of Ken JAMIESON was spotted by a relative on the Grand River in Paris.
JAMIESON, 41, was on an annual canoe trip in the area with eight others April 29 when his canoe missed a portage, went over the dam and flipped.
His fellow canoeist, Jason ENAIR, was rescued by others.
The accident also killed 41-year-old Rob DICKSON/DIXON of Dundas, who tried to rescue JAMIESON and ENAIR.
Police say surging water levels halted initial recovery efforts.
In April 2001, a 35-year-old man was killed in a kayaking accident at the dam.

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JAMIESON o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-05-18 published
JAMIESON, Jim
Peacefully at Clinton Public Hospital, on Tuesday, May 16, 2006, Mr. Jim JAMIESON of R.R.#1 Londesborough in his 83rd year. Beloved husband of Ramona JAMIESON. Loving father of Susan and David HART of Goderich Township, Robert JAMIESON of R.R.#1 Londesborough. Cherished grandfather of Darren, Denise and Bradley. Dear brother of Lois LESOUDER of Stratford. Predeceased by parents Robert and Lillie JAMIESON and sisters Isabel and Art COLSON, Hazel and Jack DONALD. Friends will be received at The Falconer Funeral Homes, 153 High Street, Clinton, on Thursday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. where the funeral service will be held on Friday, May 19, 2006 at 2 p.m. Interment Clinton Cemetery. As expressions of sympathy memorial donations to Londesborough United Church Memorial Fund would be greatly appreciated.

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JAMIESON o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-06-19 published
DINKEL, Cheryl Ann (née MONGEON)
Of R.R.#1, West Lorne died tragically on June 16, 2006 in her 48th year. Dearly missed and never forgotten by her husband Manfred DINKEL; lovingly remembered by her children Samantha WILSON, Gerald DINKEL and Kelly CHARRON, Tina and Eddie CHAPMAN, Darren and Stacey DINKEL, Diana and Doug JAMIESON, Nancy TREMBLETT, Loraine and Kelly TAILOR/TAYLOR. Cheryl was a loving grandmother of Lacey, Virginia, Jimmy, Leanne, Lorne, Lillian, Alyssa, Cassie and Megan. Oma's smile, her hugs and her love, will be sadly missed by grandchildren Benjamin and Samuel. She also leaves one great granddaughter, Alexis. Also sadly missed by her parents Stan and Terry MONGEON, sister Karen and brothers Mark, Ralph and Mike. Friends may call at the West Lorne Chapel, 202 Main Street, West Lorne on Monday June 19, 2006 between 2-4 and 7-9 pm., where the service will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. Cremation to follow. Contributions may be made in lieu of flowers to Sari Therapeutic Riding, an organization that Cheryl was passionate about (www.sari.ca) Arrangements entrusted to the Padfield Funeral Home, Rodney 519-785-0810

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JAMIESON o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-06-20 published
DINKEL, Cheryl Ann (née MONGEON)
Of R.R.#1, West Lorne died tragically on June 16, 2006 in her 48th year. Dearly missed and never forgotten by her husband Manfred DINKEL; lovingly remembered by her children Samantha WILSON, Gerald DINKEL and Kelly CHARRON, Tina and Eddie CHAPMAN, Darren and Stacey DINKEL, Diana and Doug JAMIESON, Nancy and Mike TREMBLETT, Laurene and Kelly TAILOR/TAYLOR. Cheryl was a loving grandmother of Lacey, Virginia, Jimmy, Leanne, Mikey, Lorne, Lillian, Alyssa, Cassie and Megan. Oma's smile, her hugs and her love, will be sadly missed by grandchildren Benjamin and Samuel. She also leaves one great granddaughter, Alexis. Also sadly missed by her parents Stan and Terry MONGEON, sister Karen and brothers Mark, Ralph and Mike. Friends may call at the West Lorne Chapel, 202 Main Street, West Lorne on Monday June 19, 2006 between 2-4 and 7-9 p.m., where the service will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. Cremation to follow. Contributions may be made in lieu of flowers to Sari Therapeutic Riding, an organization that Cheryl was passionate about (www.sari.ca) Arrangements entrusted to the Padfield Funeral Homes, Rodney 519-785-0810.

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JAMIESON o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-06-28 published
DEEG, Dorothy Mae (née THOMPSON/THOMSON/TOMPSON/TOMSON)
Peacefully at the Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital, on Monday, June 26, 2006, Dorothy Mae (THOMPSON/THOMSON/TOMPSON/TOMSON) DEEG of (Wyecombe,) R.R.#1, Delhi, in her 88th year. Born in North Walsingham Township on November 11, 1918, dear daughter of the late William THOMPSON/THOMSON/TOMPSON/TOMSON and the late former Rachel BROWNLEE. Dorothy was a life long resident of the North Walsingham area. She was owner-operator of Deeg's General Store for 40 years, a member of Langton Baptist Church and a life member of the Langton Women's Institute, just recently receiving her 50 year pin. Dear mother of: Marilyn HAMMOND, Tillsonburg and her children Linda and Dave DELEEUW; Paul HAMMOND and Fran; Catherine and her husband Bob CAIL, all of Langton. Junior DEEG and Belva, R.R.#1 Walsingham and their children Kimberley and Dave SOUTHWICK, Tillsonburg; Tom DEEG and Cherie, Australia. John DEEG and Delena, Evansville, Manitoulin Island; and their children David DEEG of Manitoulin Island; Brian DEEG and his wife Ashley of Manitoulin Island; Cheryl DEEG and Shawn, Manitoulin Island. Dan DEEG, R.R.#3, Langton and his children Dorothy and her husband Chuck CSCERCICS, Tillsonburg; April and her husband Nathan HARRISON, Petawawa, Ontario; Trevor DEEG, Langton. Proud great-grandmother of 15 great-granchildren and one great-great-granddaughter. Survived by the father of her children Harvey DEEG of Port Dover. Dear sister-in-law of Clair JAMIESON, Langton and Dean HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON of Midhurst. Also survived by several nieces, nephews and cousins. Predeceased by her son-in-law John HAMMOND (2000) and by sisters Marie HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON, Frances JAMIESON, Luella SHAY/SHEA and her husband Jim, Jean MOULTON and her husband Bill and by brothers Gordon THOMPSON/THOMSON/TOMPSON/TOMSON and his wife Madeliene and John THOMPSON/THOMSON/TOMPSON/TOMSON. Resting at the Verhoeve Funeral Home, 40 Queen Street, Langton, Ontario where funeral service will be held in the chapel on Friday, June 30, 2006 at 2: 30 p.m. by Rev. Keith SUTHERLAND of the Langton Baptist Church. Interment in the Langton Baptist Cemetery. Memorial donations (by cheque only) to the Langton Baptist Church or the charity of your choice. Visitation Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.

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JAMIESON o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-07-10 published
GEE, G. Russell
At the Woodstock General Hospital on Friday July 7, 2006, G. Russell GEE of Norwich in his 75th year. Beloved husband of Phyllis (COOPER) for 52 years. Loving father of Doug, Donna and husband Ernie KIRK, Kathy and husband Michael SMITH, Cheryl ROHRER, all of Norwich, Sue and husband Joe DE PAEPE of Langton. He will be missed by his grandchildren Melissa and Jamie TIRVA, Andrew ROHRER, Adam and Jessica SMITH, and great grandchildren Dorien and Taylor RICHES and Lauren HEMINGWAY. Brother of Marion and husband Bernard JAMIESON of London. Also missed by dear Friends Clarke and Brenda SMITH. Predeceased by granddaughter Pamela TIRVA, brother Aubrey, sisters Margaret and husband Fred WATSON, Bernice and husband Fred LONSBARY. Russ worked at the Co-op in Norwich for 28 years. Friends will be received at the Arn-Lockie Funeral Home, 45 Main Street West, Norwich on Monday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Service to celebrate Russ' life will be held at the funeral home on Tuesday July 11th at 11: 00 a.m. with Vi SACKRIDER officiating. Interment Norwich Cemetery. As expressions of sympathy, donations may be made to the Woodstock Hospital Foundation. On-line condolences may be made at www.arn-lockiefuneralhome.com. Arn-Lockie (519) 863-3020.

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JAMIESON o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-09-16 published
ANDERSON, Dorothy (née DENNIS)
Of Wallaceburg passed away suddenly on Thursday, September 14, 2006 in her 86th year. Dorothy is the daughter of the late Frederick and Nettie (SENECAL) DENNIS. Beloved wife of Harvey. Loving mother of Denise and Allan JAMIESON of Calgary and Mark and Mona ANDERSON of Wallaceburg. Dear grandmother of Fiona JAMIESON, Chris and Melanie, Nicole and Jennifer ANDERSON, Melissa and David SHERK, Riley KENNY and Cheyenne POIRIER. She will be missed by her great-grandchildren Braxton, Leah and Dakota. Dorothy was a lifelong member of Trinity United Church, Grace United in Sarnia, the Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire, Ontario Registered Music Teachers' Association and spent her lifetime teaching music to the Private, Separate and Public School systems. She loved painting her landscapes. Friends may call at the Haycock Cavanagh Funeral Home, 409 Nelson Street, in Wallaceburg from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. on Sunday. The funeral service will be conducted by Diaconal Minister Cheryl KIRK on Monday, September 18 at 1 p.m. A time of fellowship and refreshment at the Cavanagh Reception Centre will immediately follow. The interment in Wyoming Cemetery will be held at 3: 40 Monday. If desired, remembrances to the Heart and Stroke Foundation may be left at the funeral home. 519-627-3231.

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JAMIESON o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-09-22 published
MARKS, Wellington
At Braemar Retirement Centre, Wingham on Thursday, September 21, 2006, Mr. Wellington MARKS formerly of Belgrave age 93 years. Beloved husband of the late Isabel JAMIESON (2000.) Dear father of Murray and Donna MARKS of Belgrave, Judy and Bob BELL of Vanastra and Ken and Annette MARKS of R.R.#1 Belgrave. Loving grandfather of Brian, Craig, T.J., Tammy and Rob, Derek, Melissa, Christine, Doug and Roxanne. Also survived by ten great-grandchildren and brother Rowland MARKS of Brussels. Predeceased by two infant sons James and Randy, granddaughter Charlene, brothers, Russell, Clifford and Stanley and by his sister Kathleen. Visitation at McBurney Funeral Home, Wingham, Ontario on Friday, 2: 00-4:00 and 7: 00-9:00 p.m. Funeral service will be held at the funeral home chapel on Saturday at 1: 30 p.m. Reverend Ethel Miner CLARE officiating. Interment in Brussels Cemetery, Morris Township. Memorial donations to Alzheimers Society of Ontario would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy. Online condolences at www.mcburneyfuneralhome.com

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JAMIESON o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-10-03 published
WILSON- CUCKSEY, Jeannette Christine
Passed away on Friday, September 29, 2006 at London Health Sciences Centre -- Westminster Campus in her 50th year. Beloved wife of William CUCKSEY. Cherished mother of Rebacca (Jason) McKEEN. Loving foster mother of Amy WILSON, Theresa WILSON, Christopher JAMIESON, Ian BADGER, Tracy GONNEAU and their families. Loved daughter of Jessie WILSON and the late Ernest WILSON. Dear sister of Shirley (Rick) TERRY- WILSON of Ladysmith Vancouver, Rose (Ted) JOHNSON, Ernie WILSON, Donna (Mike) WILSON, Donna (Joe) MacINTYRE and the late May WILSON and Susan WILSON. Loving daughter-in-law of Donald and Lillian CUCKSEY and their families. Jeannette will also be missed by many nieces and nephews. Funeral Service will be held at Forest Lawn Memorial Chapel, 1997 Dundas Street East (at Wavell), London on Wednesday, October 4, 2006 at 3: 00 p.m. Visitation one hour prior to service. Cremation to follow. In remembrance, donations to the Dale Brain Injury Services, 815 Shelborne Street, London, Ontario, N5Z 4Z4 would be gratefully appreciated. Online condolences are available at www.memorialfuneral.ca

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JAMIESON o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-12-12 published
JAMIESON, Anne
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Anne JAMIESON, in her 65th year, at Chateau Gardens London, on Friday, December 8th, 2006. Beloved wife of the late William JAMIESON. Loving mother of Michelle JAMIESON, Larry (Brenda) JAMIESON, Edward (Kim) FITZGERALD and Margaret (Paul) ARNOLD. Adored Nanny of Justin JAMIESON, Amanda and Stacey LITTLE, Angel and Ricky JAMIESON, Jeff REIMER, Tammy ARNOLD and David ARNOLD. Great Nanny to Dreyden REIMER, Sabian REIMER and Austin SMITH. Lifetime Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph SHULAR of Southhampton and Mr. and Mrs. Brian FETTER of Chatham. Friends may call at the Needham Funeral Chapel, 520 Dundas Street, London (519-434-9141) on Wednesday, December 13th from 1-3 p.m. Service from the chapel on Wednesday at 3 p.m.
It seems like just a short time, we were blessed with our amazing mother. God must have misplaced an Angel, as we were the luckiest children to receive such a gift. We will always look up with chin high, as she would tell us to thank the Lord for being highly blessed. So, in our sorrow, it is comforting to know that we will see you again. We would like to thank the dedicated staff at Chateau Gardens for their outstanding care and devoted love given to our Mom over the past 5 years. We love you Mom. Tributes may be left at www.mem.com

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JAMIESON o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-12-15 published
JAMIESON, Donald Harry " Don"
At London Health Sciences Centre -- Victoria Hospital, on Tuesday, December 12th, 2006, Donald Harry "Don" JAMIESON of London. Beloved husband of Audrey (KERR) JAMIESON. Dear brother of Dorothy HUNT and her husband Lawrence of Deep River, Ontario, and Carrollynne LECOURTOIS and her husband Paul of Orleans, Ontario. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his brother William "Alex" JAMIESON. Visitation will be held on Thursday from 2: 00-4:00 and 7: 00-9:00 p.m. at the Westview Funeral Chapel, 709 Wonderland Road North, where the funeral service will be conducted on Friday, December 15th, 2006 at 3: 00 p.m. Cremation to follow. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Don are asked to consider the charity of your choice.

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JAMIESON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-04-01 published
TRUDEL, Louise M., R.N.
Louise passed away on March 23, 2006 at Toronto Grace Hospital after a two year struggle with cancer. Born in St. Boniface, Manitoba on August 23, 1936, Louise was predeceased by her parents Margherita (Rita) Chevrier TRUDEL and Doctor Jean-Joseph TRUDEL, her brothers Doctor André TRUDEL (Anne) and Hubert TRUDEL (Annick,) her nephew Scott JAMIESON, and her niece Yvonne PREFONTAINE. She is survived by her brother Robert TRUDEL (Louise,) sisters Solange HESS, Valerie JAMIESON and Rose-Marie TRUDEL, nieces and nephews, nineteen great-nieces and nephews, and by many close Friends, including her circle of O.R. nursing Friends and her very close friend Lloyd BODIE. After graduating from St. Boniface School of Nursing in 1958, Louise worked at various hospitals in Manitoba and Ontario before pursuing Post Graduate studies at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Maryland. She moved to Toronto in 1966, beginning a 30 year career at Toronto Western Hospital where she excelled as an Operating Room nurse and supervisor, also playing a significant mentoring role to many nurses who remained close to her throughout the years and who provided heartfelt support during her illness. Louise will be remembered for her beautiful smile, kindness, warm and friendly manner, sense of humour, and gift for Friendship. Highly competent and keenly intelligent, Louise was also modest and low-key. She was a pillar of strength for all those in her life, and faced her own illness with her customary strength of character, spirit, and positive attitude. While the cancer overcame Louise's body, she was certainly not defeated by it - rather she was victorious in handling it with courage, grace and style, and her last months and days were happy and peaceful ones. Louise continues to serve as an inspiration to her Friends and family, and she played a special role in the lives of her nieces and grand-nieces as a model of independent living who was also feminine and caring - a career woman who went on exciting adventures around the world, yet never forgot her family and Friends back home and took the time to correspond and keep in touch. Louise was a cultured person in the larger sense, firmly grounded by an understanding of the past and her French-Canadian roots, but open-minded and interested in new ideas and approaches as well. She was an avid and discriminating reader, as well as an independent thinker. She enjoyed music, literature, art and design. Louise had excellent taste and believed in quality, and was a connoisseur of fine crystal and china. Louise was a lover of nature and the great outdoors too, and believed in fitness of mind and body. As a young woman, Louise distinguished herself as a leading speedskater, winning many awards across Canada and the United States. Night after night Louise would brave the cold Winnipeg winter weather, working that outdoor oval at the Norwood - St. Boniface Speedskating Club, pushing herself to be her best, becoming National Junior Speedskating Champion and also earning a place in Manitoba's Sports Hall of Fame. Speedskating gave way to downhill skiing, with Louise taking yearly trips to Vail and other top destinations, also going on many hiking and birding expeditions and remaining active throughout her retirement and illness. Family was all-important to Louise. She was a loving daughter, sister, and aunt, and was the Toronto anchor for the Chevrier-Trudel family, especially for the many nieces and nephews who lived and traveled there over the years, opening her home on countless occasions and hosting birthday celebrations marked by her love and individual flair. She had a gift for knowing how to make people feel special, not only acknowledging hallmark events in their lives but also in supporting their individual talents and endeavours and following their careers with interest. Her family history was a source of great pride to Louise - a rich and colourful history, so much a part of Canada's history - replete with coureurs de bois, fur trade merchants, city fathers and Members of Legislative Assembly and senators, with Suffragettes and community leaders, with clergy and teachers and public servants, with writers and artists and actors - all their contributions equally celebrated by Louise. This passion was nurtured by her mother, and shared with her brother Hubert. He was the historian and archivist, Louise the keeper of the stories and protector of family artifacts and heirlooms. Yet she also did her share of gathering pieces of the story, mostly in the form of (all those!) newspaper clippings. Part of Louise's legacy rests in the way she transmitted this rich heritage to the next generation. The family would like to thank everyone who provided caring support and expressions of love and kindness, with a special mention to Louise's 'wonderful team of specialists at Princess Margaret Hospital and to her Friends Lenore, Shirley, and Joan. Louise found immense solace in being at home in her final months, and greatly appreciated the devotion and care provided by her dear sister Val and her friend Lloyd who made that possible. In accordance with Louise's wishes, no formal service will be held. An interment will take place later this spring at St. Boniface Basilica Cemetery, where she will rest next to her parents. Condolences may be for warded to Trull Funeral Home. Donations may be made to Toronto Grace Hospital, which provided exceptional care to Louise and family in her final hours. Thank you Louise, for all the interest, encouragement, and kindness you've shown us. We love you and cherish the love you've given. Watch over us. 'Et certes il existe, l'irréparable, mais il n'y a rien là qui soit triste ou gai, c'est l'essence même de CofE qui fut.' 'Traveler, there is no path. The path is made by walking.'

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JAMIESON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-04-01 published
TRUDEL, Louise M., R.N.
Louise passed away on March 23, 2006 at Toronto Grace Hospital after a two year struggle with cancer. Born in St. Boniface, Manitoba on August 23, 1936, Louise was predeceased by her parents Margherita (Rita) Chevrier TRUDEL and Doctor Jean-Joseph TRUDEL, her brothers Doctor André TRUDEL (Anne) and Hubert TRUDEL (Annick,) her nephew Scott JAMIESON, and her niece Yvonne PREFONTAINE. She is survived by her brother Robert TRUDEL (Louise,) sisters Solange HESS, Valerie JAMIESON and Rose-Marie TRUDEL, nieces and nephews, nineteen great-nieces and nephews, and by many close Friends, including her circle of O.R. nursing Friends and her very close friend Lloyd BODIE. After graduating from St. Boniface School of Nursing in 1958, Louise worked at various hospitals in Manitoba and Ontario before pursuing Post Graduate studies at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Maryland. She moved to Toronto in 1966, beginning a 30 year career at Toronto Western Hospital where she excelled as an Operating Room nurse and supervisor, also playing a significant mentoring role to many nurses who remained close to her throughout the years and who provided heartfelt support during her illness. Louise will be remembered for her beautiful smile, kindness, warm and friendly manner, sense of humour, and gift for Friendship. Highly competent and keenly intelligent, Louise was also modest and low-key. She was a pillar of strength for all those in her life, and faced her own illness with her customary strength of character, spirit, and positive attitude. While the cancer overcame Louise's body, she was certainly not defeated by it - rather she was victorious in handling it with courage, grace and style, and her last months and days were happy and peaceful ones. Louise continues to serve as an inspiration to her Friends and family, and she played a special role in the lives of her nieces and grand-nieces as a model of independent living who was also feminine and caring - a career woman who went on exciting adventures around the world, yet never forgot her family and Friends back home and took the time to correspond and keep in touch. Louise was a cultured person in the larger sense, firmly grounded by an understanding of the past and her French-Canadian roots, but open-minded and interested in new ideas and approaches as well. She was an avid and discriminating reader, as well as an independent thinker. She enjoyed music, literature, art and design. Louise had excellent taste and believed in quality, and was a connoisseur of fine crystal and china. Louise was a lover of nature and the great outdoors too, and believed in fitness of mind and body. As a young woman, Louise distinguished herself as a leading speedskater, winning many awards across Canada and the United States. Night after night Louise would brave the cold Winnipeg winter weather, working that outdoor oval at the Norwood - St. Boniface Speedskating Club, pushing herself to be her best, becoming National Junior Speedskating Champion and also earning a place in Manitoba's Sports Hall of Fame. Speedskating gave way to downhill skiing, with Louise taking yearly trips to Vail and other top destinations, also going on many hiking and birding expeditions and remaining active throughout her retirement and illness. Family was all-important to Louise. She was a loving daughter, sister, and aunt, and was the Toronto anchor for the Chevrier-Trudel family, especially for the many nieces and nephews who lived and traveled there over the years, opening her home on countless occasions and hosting birthday celebrations marked by her love and individual flair. She had a gift for knowing how to make people feel special, not only acknowledging hallmark events in their lives but also in supporting their individual talents and endeavours and following their careers with interest. Her family history was a source of great pride to Louise - a rich and colourful history, so much a part of Canada's history - replete with coureurs de bois, fur trade merchants, city fathers and Members of Legislative Assembly and senators, with Suffragettes and community leaders, with clergy and teachers and public servants, with writers and artists and actors - all their contributions equally celebrated by Louise. This passion was nurtured by her mother, and shared with her brother Hubert. He was the historian and archivist, Louise the keeper of the stories and protector of family artifacts and heirlooms. Yet she also did her share of gathering pieces of the story, mostly in the form of (all those!) newspaper clippings. Part of Louise's legacy rests in the way she transmitted this rich heritage to the next generation. The family would like to thank everyone who provided caring support and expressions of love and kindness, with a special mention to Louise's 'wonderful team of specialists at Princess Margaret Hospital and to her Friends Lenore, Shirley, and Joan. Louise found immense solace in being at home in her final months, and greatly appreciated the devotion and care provided by her dear sister Val and her friend Lloyd who made that possible. In accordance with Louise's wishes, no formal service will be held. An interment will take place later this spring at St. Boniface Basilica Cemetery, where she will rest next to her parents. Condolences may be for warded to Trull Funeral Home. Donations may be made to Toronto Grace Hospital, which provided exceptional care to Louise and family in her final hours. Thank you Louise, for all the interest, encouragement, and kindness you've shown us. We love you and cherish the love you've given. Watch over us. 'Et certes il existe, l'irréparable, mais il n'y a rien là qui soit triste ou gai, c'est l'essence même de CofE qui fut.' 'Traveler, there is no path. The path is made by walking.'

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JAMIESON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-05-16 published
Brooke FORBES, Radio Producer (1940-2006)
Born a 'red diaper baby,' she entered broadcasting armed with socialist sensibilities and remained true to her principles throughout a long Canadian Broadcasting Corporation career with the shows As It Happens and Sunday Morning
By Douglas McARTHUR, Special to The Globe and Mail, Page S9
Toronto -- Brooke FORBES believed passionately in public radio and in its responsibility to seek out and broadcast the stories of minorities and the underprivileged.
"She made sure we told stories about people on the wrong side of the power equation," says George JAMIESON, a television news assignment editor who once worked with her as a producer on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation flagship public affairs show As It Happens. "If they needed a voice, she'd make sure they got it."
During a quarter century with Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Radio, Ms. FORBES was a producer at As It Happens, Sunday Morning and The Sunday Edition. She was also instrumental in setting up and running a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation summer camp aimed at teaching the basics of radio to students from minority groups.
Co-workers say she strove to produce radio features that would both entertain and educate listeners, and that her encyclopedic knowledge of music helped provide the perfect accompaniment for any report. They remember her as a person who stopped smiling only to laugh and who loved listening to and telling stories. She was intensely proud of her mixed ethnic heritage and often talked about how a particular issue was seen by her Jamaican, Scottish and Jewish families.
In late 2004, she was diagnosed with esophageal cancer and had to quit work to undergo painful treatments. It was a bitter blow for someone in the communications industry who also loved socialize. But she lived much longer than the doctors predicted, says close friend and fellow radio producer Karen Levine. "She was very stubborn about staying alive."
Brooke FORBES' championship of equal rights and her love of music were rooted in her Toronto childhood. Born early in the Second World War, she was a "red diaper baby" - the child of two committed and activist socialists. She also mingled at an early age with her parents' Friends in the arts and entertainment industries. Her Scottish-born father, William B. FORBES, was a union organizer and journalist. He edited The Clarion and the Canadian Tribune, both left-wing newspapers, and later became publisher of Canadian Printer and Publisher for Maclean Hunter. Her mother, Hazel FORBES (née MOYSTON,) was director of publicity at Toronto's O'Keefe Centre theatre and once took a year off to work in London and Paris for the New China News Agency.
Her maternal grandmother, Daisy MOYSTON, born in Jamaica with a Jewish father, ran a rooming house on Toronto's Bernard Ave. that was frequented by actors and writers. Visiting there as a child, Ms. FORBES sat on the knee of Paul Robeson, the black singer and actor who eventually had his U.S. passport revoked because of his left-wing activities. Years later, she produced a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio documentary on Mr. Robeson's life.
She attended Harbord Collegiate in Toronto, but took her final year of high school at Neuchatel, Switzerland. On her return to Canada she spent a year at the University of Toronto and played guitar and sang at popular Toronto folk clubs including the Purple Onion, the Bohemian Embassy and the Village Corner.
In 1962, while working in the coat check at the O'Keefe, she met violist Leslie MALOWANY, who was playing in the theatre's orchestra.
They were married in London and lived there three years, then moved to Montreal, and, in 1975, to Vancouver. While her husband played in the symphony orchestras of all three cities, she was busy looking after a family that grew to four children.
Ms. FORBES had neither experience nor training in radio when she started her career in her late 30s. "She taught herself to edit, tape, write scripts and chase stories," says her daughter Megan FORBES.
She worked first with CFRO, the volunteer station of Vancouver Co-operative Radio, where she hosted a morning show. Moving to Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Vancouver, she served as associate producer of Variety Tonight, which was carried nationally, and of Daybreak, a local morning show.
Hal Wake, who worked with Ms. FORBES in co-op radio, says she made the studio her home and on one occasion, a Christmas broadcast, turned her living room into a studio, hosting her show over the background crackle of a roaring fireplace.
"Brooke was the proverbial 'breath of fresh air' in current affairs, because she didn't fit the earnest journalist profile, at all," says Linda Negrave, a co-worker at Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Vancouver. "She was much too colourful [in both her dress -- she loved bright purples and pinks -- and her take on the world], well-rounded and well-read, with an extensive knowledge of the arts, and just a hoot, who loved to laugh and refused to take anything too seriously."
In the mid-1980s, after going through a divorce, Ms. FORBES moved to Toronto where she held key public affairs positions with Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Radio. While there, she lobbied for increased diversity and convinced the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in 1990 to start a one-week summer radio camp for high-school students from four designated groups: women, aboriginals, people of colour and the disabled. She organized and taught at it for six years until the network pulled the funding.
Aisha WICKHAM, who attended one of the camps, is now Canadian talent development manager with FLOW 93.5 radio in Toronto. "It had a strong impact on my decision to pursue a career in radio," she says. More recently Ms. FORBES taught radio skills to a group of First Nations teenagers as part of a Vancouver program called Rookie Radio.
On the job, Ms. FORBES was both professional and popular. "She was the kind of person you wanted to tell things to, knowing she could share a tear or a laugh without embarrassment or judgment," says Michael Enright, host of Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's Sunday Edition.
One of her particular interests was black history in the United States and Canada, says Mary Lou Finlay, former host of As It Happens. "She wanted the rest of us to know a lot of stories about African-Canadians we didn't know, and some she didn't know until she'd discover them."
She served as a volunteer director of the Urban Alliance on Race Relations in the 1980s, helping organize a media-monitoring program. "We were doing very serious work," says Carol Tator, who worked with her on the project. "But she made it fun."
After and between her cancer treatments, Ms. FORBES lived at home seeing only family members and close Friends. But she kept in touch with a wide network of admirers through The Brooke Blog, a website created by her son Matthew Malowany. And she made it clear she wanted more than good wishes from those who kept in touch.
"I ask for gossip and you rush out and look under every rock you can find," she wrote on her son's website last December. "Matthew says on the blog, I prefer mail, suddenly the mailman is loaded down. When I say, no e-mail is fine, the box is almost full every day."
Brooke FORBES was born in Toronto on September 29, 1940. She died at her Toronto home on April 22, 2006, 16 months after being diagnosed with esophageal cancer. She was 65. She is survived by a daughter, Megan; three sons. Caedmon, Matthew and Paul and a sister Wendy FORBES. Friends in Vancouver have set up the Brooke Forbes Legacy Fund (604-877-7241) to carry on her work teaching radio skills to minority youth.

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JAMIESON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-05-27 published
CROZIER, Hulda " Huddie" Vivian (née JAMIESON)
Passed away peacefully on Sunday, May 21st, 2006, at Pine Grove Nursing Home where she had been a resident since November 2003. Born in Campbellton, New Brunswick on May 28, 1923 she was the daughter of Sydney and Jennie (WARD) JAMIESON. She graduated from Campbellton High School in 1941 receiving the Lieutenant Governor's Medal. Prior to her marriage she worked for a period of time with Canadian National Railways. She is survived by her devoted husband of 52 years, Glendon "Spud"; two loving daughters, Jane CROZIER- ELLIS (Hugh) of Bathurst and Diane CROZIER of Moncton one special granddaughter Lauren ELLIS. As the youngest child in a close and loving family of seven brothers and sisters, she is survived by her sister, Mrs. Florence LYON of Etobicoke, Ontario brother Doctor James JAMIESON of North Bay, Ontario and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by brothers Lloyd "Lanky", Harold and Laine JAMIESON and sister Bernice HUTCHINSON/HUTCHISON. During her lifetime Huddie maintained a strong commitment to family and an optimistic outlook at all times. She displayed an attitude of caring and a devotion to helping others, especially the elderly. She was a longtime member of the United Church, the United Church Women and the Canadian Parkinson Society. She valued and cultivated the many personal Friendships she made over the course of her lifetime. She derived her greatest joy from family gatherings, good food, a great bridge hand a colorful joke. She loved music, reading and reciting poems and was well known for her quick wit and embellishment of any story worth telling and what story wasn't! Funeral service was held May 24th, 2006 at 1: 00 p.m. from Saint Paul's United Church with Rev. Dr. William RANDALL and Rev. Paul ROSS officiating. Memorial tributes may be made to the Canadian Parkinson Society or to a charity of the donor's choice. Arrangements have been entrusted to McAdam's Select Community Funeral Home. www.mcadamsfh.com

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JAMIESON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-06-21 published
KNAPP, Emily Chapin " Jamie" (née JAMIESON)
Hilton Head, S.C. -- Emily Chapin "Jamie" Jamieson KNAPP, 89, died Friday, June 16, after a long illness. She was born March 20, 1917 in Warren, Pennsylvania, the daughter of the late Lewis C. JAMIESON and Julia Bliss Chapin JAMIESON. She received her B.A. from Bennington College in 1938, married David KNAPP on May 31, 1941, and worked as a fashion illustrator for Lord and Taylor in New York City before starting a family. The family moved to Oakville where they lived for 23 years before retiring to South Carolina. She painted throughout her life. She is survived by five children, their spouses and grandchildren: Julia, Arthur, Allison and Ashley Roslund of Lyndonville, Vermont; Marcia, Lon, Megan and Meredith PETERS of Portland, Oregon; David, Kathy and David T. KNAPP of Oakton, Virginia; Cynthia KNAPP and Pete HOLDNAK of Atlanta, Georgia.; and Jamie KNAPP and Rick PALKOVIC of Davis, California. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hospice Care of the Lowcountry, P.O. Box 24158, Hilton head Island, S.C. 29925.

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JAMIESON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-12-06 published
JAMIESON, Hugh Crawford
Suddenly on Monday, December 4, 2006, Hugh, loving husband of Margaret and brother to Jim. Dear son-in-law to Margaret MURRAY and loved brother-in-law of Sheila and Bill WHITELEY. Predeceased by his parents the Rev. A.C. and Mrs. Nellie JAMIESON. Retired from Ontario Hydro. Long time and faithful member of Knox Presbyterian Church, Agincourt. The family will receive Friends at the Ogden Funeral Home, 4164 Sheppard Ave. East, Agincourt on Thursday, December 7th from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service at Knox Presbyterian Church, 4156 Sheppard Ave. East, Agincourt on Friday, December 8th at 11 a.m. Cremation to follow. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the Knox Heritage Fund or the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario would be appreciated.

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JAMIESON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-01-10 published
KELLY, Dr. Norman Henry, M.D.
(September 17, 1921-January 8, 2006)
"Love between two children of God outlives the union, outlives failing bodies, outlives the earth itself. Love, in whatever celestial form it takes in heaven, lives on after the earthly shell has passed into dust. For the one who believes, death changes "goodbye" into other more hopeful words. I will see you soon my love. I cannot bring you back to me, but I can come to you. And I will." And he has. Norman KELLY died peacefully at home to join his beloved wife, Helen, of 60 years in the fourth mansion on the right just inside the Pearly Gates. Norm served both his country in the Royal Canadian Air Force during World War 2, and his community as a family doctor. He will be sadly missed by his loving son Robert, beloved granddaughters Sheila Anne KELLY (mother Mary Ellen JAMIESON) and Katrina Kato KELLY (mother Dr. Christine KATO,) daughter-in-law Barbara DATLEN- KELLY and her son James DATLEN (David CLEGHORN,) sisters and brothers-in-law Marie PRITCHARD, Kay and Charlie PEEVER, Joan and Bernie O'DONNELL, Grace MASON, Leo McCARTHY, Tom ROBERTS and many nieces and nephews. Norm was predeceased by his cherished wife Helen, his beloved son Norman Henry, grand_son Norman Francis, sister Anne McGEE, brother Tom KELLY, sisters-in-law Eleanor ROBERTS, Marcella SULLIVAN, Mary McCARTHY, Berta KELLY, brothers-in-law Bill MASON, Joe McCARTHY and Gord McGEE. Friends and family will gather for the Funeral Mass on Thursday, January 12, 2006 at 10: 00 a.m. at St. Aidan Church (3501 Finch Avenue East). Visitation will take place at Jerrett Funeral Home (6191 Yonge Street) on Tuesday, January 10 and Wednesday, January 11 between 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Save A Family Plan would be appreciated.

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JAMIESON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-01-19 published
TONGE, Hazel (INNES)
Passed away at Dufferin Oaks Home for the Aged, Shelburne, Ontario on Tuesday, January 17, 2006, in her 83rd year. Beloved wife of the late Bill TONGE. Loved mother of Bill TONGE Jr. (Frances) and Jackie COLE (John.) Loving gram of Jennifer, Lori and Brian, Julie and Chris. Loved great-gram of Sam, Ben, Max and Wil. Predeceased by her sister Anetta JAMIESON. Resting at the W. John Thomas Funeral Home, 244 Victoria Street E., Alliston from 11: 00 a.m. on Friday, January 20, 2006 until time of Funeral Service in the Chapel at 1: 00 p.m. followed by cremation. If so desired, memorial donations to the Alzheimer Society would be appreciated.

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JAMIESON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-02-04 published
HOFFMAN, Katherine Elizabeth " Liz" (née NUTTER)
Liz passed away peacefully at her home with great courage and dignity from malignant melanoma on January 27, 2006. To deeply mourn her passing, so thankful for her life, are her loving family, her beloved daughter Andrea HOFFMAN (Matt TORMEY,) her mother Audrey NUTTER, brother John NUTTER, sister Patricia (Bob) JAMIESON, Auntie Bobbie and Uncle Dave GRANT and family, Barry HOFFMAN and the HOFFMAN and Potter families. She was predeceased by her father Philip NUTTER. To all of Liz's Friends who loved her, you are her family as well and we know that you will miss her as deeply. Liz achieved a tremendous amount during her life. She is remembered for her determination to stand up for the rights of those without a voice, for her passion for books and making them accessible to everyone, for the pleasure she took in travel and her admiration of different cultures, and most fondly for her deep love and appreciation of family and Friends. Liz gave wholeheartedly to her Friends and always held them dear. She was so grateful for all of the love and support that she received over the past months - every call, every card, every flower and every prayer was deeply cherished and gave her added strength. Liz was born in Winnipeg in 1951, later moving to the Ottawa area with her family. She graduated with an Honours Degree in Public Administration from Carleton University in Ottawa and pursued further study on scholarship at the Syracuse University School of Public Administration, New York. Liz raised her family and spent most of her career in Toronto. She returned to Winnipeg in 2000. Liz's deeply rooted sense of fairness and social justice led to a career as ombudsperson with distinguished service at Carleton University, the University of Toronto, Ryerson Polytechnic University and the Ontario College of Art and Design. For the past five years she worked in Winnipeg as a Senior Investigator with the Office of the National Defence and Canadian Forces Ombudsman. She was a founding member and a past president of the Association of Canadian College and University Ombudspersons. She was also a founding member of The Forum of Canadian Ombudsman and remained actively involved as a member of the Board. The opportunity to volunteer with diverse groups and individuals in the community gave her great pleasure. For over twenty years Liz was committed to keeping the public library systems strong and maintaining public access to information while preserving individual privacy. She was past president of the Ontario Public Library Association and on behalf of this Association and the Ontario Ministry of Culture and Communications chaired the development of the Ontario Public Library Strategic Plan. She contributed as a committee chair to the development of Winnipeg's Millennium Library. She was a member of the Executive Committee of the Canadian Commission for United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization a member of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Network for the Advancement of Research, Industry and Education; a member of the Federal Government's National Community Access Programme Advisory Board; a member of the Federal Government's Information Highway Advisory Council; and founding chair of Canada's Coalition for Public Information. A special joy was in representing Canada as keynote speaker (National Information Policies: Canadian Approach) at the 49th International Federation for Information and Documentation Conference and Congress held in Jaipur and New Delhi, India. Liz's leadership, service and commitment toward the betterment of her local, provincial, national and global communities have been highly recognized. She was honoured with many awards from the organizations with which she worked. Commendations were received from both the Prime Minister and the Governor General of Canada. Liz believed in living each day to the fullest. She travelled extensively with her family throughout North and South America, Mexico, the Caribbean, Europe and Asia. She enjoyed diverse activities including book clubs, cultural festivals, cinema, theatre, live music and billiards. Most recently Liz's quiet time was spent at her dream retreat Skye Cottage, Victoria Beach. Our lives are richer for having known Liz. She touched and contributed to the lives of many. The family invites Friends to share in a remembrance and celebration of Liz's life at the Renaissance Hotels Northern Lights Ballroom in the Rogers Centre, Toronto on Saturday, February 11th at 1: 30 p.m. This is the site where Liz hosted the initial visionary meeting of the future Ontario Digital Library. A similar gathering is being held at the Inn at the Forks, Winnipeg, on Saturday, February 4th. Flowers gratefully declined.

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JAMIESON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-02-17 published
ROME, George Lenard
Peacefully on Thursday, February 16, 2006 at the Peterborough Regional Health Centre, Palliative Care Unit at 76 years of age. Loving husband of Jean (QUINN) for 56 years. Beloved father of Steve and his wife Kelly of Sault Ste. Marie, David and his wife Debra of Ottawa, Debbie LUCAS and her husband Robert of Minneapolis, and Brad and his wife Laurie of Sudbury. Cherished grandfather to Chris, Matt, Michael, Sarah, Lauren, Katie, Joshua, and Mandie. Dear brother of Muriel MONAHAN and her husband Bud, Evelyn BROCKLEY and her husband the late Arthur, Barbara McILMOYLE and her husband the late Ivan, Margaret PULCINE and her husband the late Harry, Millie HUGGINS and her husband Gord both predeceased, Shirley JAMIESON and her husband Buck both predeceased. Dear brother-in-law of Joan KIRKUS and her husband the late Ernie, Ed WILLIAMS and his wife the late Muriel. Remembered by numerous nieces and nephews. Memorial service to held at St. Matthew's United Church Peterborough, on Saturday, February 18, 2006 at 2 p.m. If desired memorial donations to the Peterborough Regional Health Centre Palliative Care Unit or the charity of your choice would be appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to the Nisbett Funeral Home and Chapel 600 Monaghan Rd. S., Peterborough 705-745-3211.

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JAMIESON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-04-01 published
TRUDEL, Louise M., R.N.
Louise passed away on March 23, 2006 at Toronto Grace Hospital after a two year struggle with cancer. Born in St. Boniface, Manitoba on August 23, 1936, Louise was predeceased by her parents Margherita (Rita) Chevrier TRUDEL and Doctor Jean-Joseph TRUDEL, her brothers Doctor André TRUDEL (Anne) and Hubert TRUDEL (Annick,) her nephew Scott JAMIESON, and her niece Yvonne PREFONTAINE. She is survived by her brother Robert TRUDEL (Louise,) sisters Solange HESS, Valerie JAMIESON and Rose-Marie TRUDEL, nieces and nephews, nineteen great-nieces and nephews, and by many close Friends, including her circle of O.R. nursing Friends and her very close friend Lloyd BODIE. After graduating from St. Boniface School of Nursing in 1958, Louise worked at various hospitals in Manitoba and Ontario before pursuing Post-Graduate studies at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Maryland. She moved to Toronto in 1966, beginning a 30 year career at Toronto Western Hospital where she excelled as an Operating Room nurse and supervisor, also playing a significant mentoring role to many nurses who remained close to her throughout the years and who provided heartfelt support during her illness. Louise will be remembered for her beautiful smile, kindness, warm and friendly manner, sense of humour, and gift for Friendship. Highly competent and keenly intelligent, Louise was also modest and low-key. She was a pillar of strength for all those in her life, and faced her own illness with her customary strength of character, spirit, and positive attitude. While the cancer overcame Louise's body, she was certainly not defeated by it, rather she was victorious in handling it with courage, grace and style, and her last months and days were happy and peaceful ones. Louise continues to serve as an inspiration to her Friends and family, and she played a special role in the lives of her nieces and grand-nieces as a model of independent living who was also feminine and caring - a career woman who went on exciting adventures around the world, yet never forgot her family and Friends back home and took the time to correspond and keep in touch. Louise was a cultured person in the larger sense, firmly grounded by an understanding of the past and her French-Canadian roots, but open-minded and interested in new ideas and approaches as well. She was an avid and discriminating reader, as well as an independent thinker. She enjoyed music, literature, art and design. Louise had excellent taste and believed in quality, and was a connoisseur of fine crystal and china. Louise was a lover of nature and the great outdoors too, and believed in fitness of mind and body. As a young woman, Louise distinguished herself as a leading speedskater, winning many awards across Canada and the United States. Night after night Louise would brave the cold Winnipeg winter weather, working that outdoor oval at the Norwood - St. Boniface Speedskating Club, pushing herself to be her best, becoming National Junior Speedskating Champion and also earning a place in Manitoba's Sports Hall of Fame. Speedskating gave way to downhill skiing, with Louise taking yearly trips to Vail and other top destinations, also going on many hiking and birding expeditions and remaining active throughout her retirement and illness. Family was all-important to Louise. She was a loving daughter, sister, and aunt, and was the Toronto anchor for the Chevrier-Trudel family, especially for the many nieces and nephews who lived and traveled there over the years, opening her home on countless occasions and hosting birthday celebrations marked by her love and individual flair. She had a gift for knowing how to make people feel special, not only acknowledging hallmark events in their lives but also in supporting their individual talents and endeavours and following their careers with interest. Her family history was a source of great pride to Louise - a rich and colourful history, so much a part of Canada's history replete with coureurs de bois, fur trade merchants, city fathers and Members of Legislative Assembly and senators, with Suffragettes and community leaders, with clergy and teachers and public servants, with writers and artists and actors - all their contributions equally celebrated by Louise. This passion was nurtured by her mother, and shared with her brother Hubert. He was the historian and archivist, Louise the keeper of the stories and protector of family artifacts and heirlooms. Yet she also did her share of gathering pieces of the story, mostly in the form of (all those!) newspaper clippings. Part of Louise's legacy rests in the way she transmitted this rich heritage to the next generation. The family would like to thank everyone who provided caring support and expressions of love and kindness, with a special mention to Louise's 'wonderful team' of specialists at Princess Margaret Hospital and to her Friends Lenore, Shirley, and Joan. Louise found immense solace in being at home in her final months, and greatly appreciated the devotion and care provided by her dear sister Val and her friend Lloyd who made that possible. In accordance with Louise's wishes, no formal service will be held. An interment will take place later this spring at St. Boniface Basilica Cemetery, where she will rest next to her parents. Condolences may be forwarded to Trull Funeral Home. Donations may be made to Toronto Grace Hospital, which provided exceptional care to Louise and family in her final hours. Thank you Louise, for all the interest, encouragement, and kindness you've shown us. We love you and cherish the love you've given. Watch over us. "Et certes il existe, l'irréparable, mais il n'y a rien là qui soit triste ou gai, c'est l'essence même de CofE qui fut ". "Traveler, there is no path. The path is made by walking".

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JAMIESON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-04-26 published
DRENTH, Ellen " Aaltje"
Peacefully at the Leisureworld Nursing Home on April 25th, 2006, in her 92nd year. Beloved wife of the late George DRENTH. Loving mother of Ted DRENTH and his wife Judy and Ellen JAMIESON and her husband Bill. Dear grandmother of Nicole and Dave VEITCH, Kevin DRENTH, William JAMIESON and Jon JAMIESON. A private family service has taken place.

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JAMISON o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-11-13 published
VITOLS, Val
Passed away on November 10, 2006 at home in Oak Vay Village, British Columbia after a brief struggle with cancer. Born on April 3, 1921 in Zaube, Latvia he is survived by his daughter, Jill, son, Kristjan, son-in-law Mark JAMISON, daughter-in-law Jennifer MacKAY and grandchildren Malcolm and Molly JAMISON and Ella and Everett VITOLS. No flowers, but donations may be made to the Sierra Legal Defense Fund, Suite 214-131 Water Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V8B 4M3.

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JAMISON o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-11-18 published
VITOLS, Val
Passed away on November 10, 2006 at home in Victoria, British Columbia after a brief struggle with cancer. Born on April 3, 1921 in Zaube, Latvia, he was predeceased by his wife Barbara in 1997. He is survived by his daughter, Jill; son, Kristjan son-in-law Mark JAMISON; daughter-in-law Jennifer MacKAY; and grandchildren Malcolm and Molly JAMISON and Ella and Everett VITOLS. No flowers, but donations may be made to the Sierra Legal Defense Fund, Suite 214-131 Water Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V8B 4M3.

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JAMISON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-01-17 published
JAMISON, Jonathan Sampson
At Headwaters Health Care Centre, Orangeville, on Sunday, January 15, 2006 in his 56th year; beloved husband of Frances Sarah MURPHY loved father of Paul JAMISON and his wife Danielle of Woodbridge, Joanna JAMISON of Toronto, Robert JAMISON of Hockley Valley dear brother of Alec, Joyce and Janet; also sadly missed by his other relatives and many Friends and co-workers at Siemens Canada Ltd. Friends may call at the Dods and McNair Funeral Home and Chapel, 21 First Street, Orangeville on Thursday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service will be held in the chapel on Friday, January 20, 2006 at 11: 00 a.m. As expressions of sympathy, donations can be made to the Canadian Cancer Society - Pancreatic Research. (Condolences may be offered to the family at www.dodsandmcnair.com)

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