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MUCCIACCIO o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-04-23 published
YOUNG, Murray
Peacefully at Kipling Acres Nursing Home on Saturday, April 22nd, 2006. Murray YOUNG, dearly beloved husband for 62 years to Betty (née PALSER.) Beloved father of Paul and his wife Lynanne YOUNG, Beth RIGGS and Tom YOUNG and his wife Gloria. Loving Poppa of Michelle YOUNG, Christina and her husband Peter MUCCIACCIO, Meaghan, Devin and Michael RIGGS. Great-Poppa to Peter MUCCIACCIO. Arrangements entrusted to Newediuk Funeral Home, Kipling Chapel, 416-745-7555. Murray will be cremated and a memorial service will be announced at a later date. As expressions of sympathy, donations to St. Paul the Apostle Church or the Alzheimer Society would be appreciated by the family.

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MUCHIN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-07-18 published
LOCHHEAD, Kenneth Campbell (1926-2006)
Peacefully, at home, following a lengthy illness with cancer, on Saturday, July 15, 2006 at the age of 80 years. He leaves a loving family, wife Joanne (BRYERS,) former wife Patricia (POOLE,) children Colin (Svitlana MUCHIN,) Allan (Sonia DODICH,) Merrill (Andy BOISSINEAU,) Jennifer, Tessa and Pauline, grandchildren Tavis, Stefan, Danika, Ivana, Marina, Neven, Alyssa and Brendan, brother Douglas and a large extended family. Ken loved to paint, and through painting found his own expression for love, joy, and the celebration of life. He was a dedicated teacher, inspiring two generations of art students at colleges and universities across Canada. Ken was also an avid hockey fan and an enthusiastic supporter of the Ottawa Senators. Ken was an Officer of the Order of Canada, recipient of an Honorary Doctor of Laws, University of Regina, and a 2006 recipient of the Governor-General's Award in Visual and Media Arts. Friends may gather for a memorial reception to celebrate Ken's life at Carleton University Art Gallery, St. Patrick's Building, 1125 Colonel By Drive on Thursday, July 27 from 4-7 p.m. As an expression of sympathy memorial contributions to the charity of your choice would be appreciated.

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MUCHIN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-07-21 published
LOCHHEAD, Kenneth Campbell (1926-2006)
Peacefully, at home, following a lengthy illness with cancer, on Saturday, July 15, 2006 at the age of 80 years. He leaves a loving family, wife Joanne (BRYERS,) former wife Patricia (POOLE,) children Colin (Svitlana MUCHIN,) Allan (Sonia DODICH,) Merrill (Andy BOISSINEAU,) Jennifer, Tessa and Pauline, grandchildren Tavis, Stefan, Danika, Ivana, Marina, Neven, Alyssa and Brendan, brother Douglas and a large extended family. Ken loved to paint, and through painting found his own expression for love, joy, and the celebration of life. He was a dedicated teacher, inspiring two generations of art students at colleges and universities across Canada. Ken was also an avid hockey fan and an enthusiastic supporter of the Ottawa Senators. Ken was an Officer of the Order of Canada, recipient of an Honorary Doctor of Laws, University of Regina, and a 2006 recipient of the Governor-General's Award in Visual and Media Arts. Friends may gather for a memorial reception to celebrate Ken's life at Carleton University Art Gallery, St. Patrick's Building, 1125 Colonel By Drive on Thursday, July 27 from 4-7 p.m. As an expression of sympathy memorial contributions to the charity of your choice would be appreciated.

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MUCK o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-09-23 published
PERKINS, James Kendall
James Kendall PERKINS, age 69, of Manistee, Michigan. Mr. PERKINS was born March 23, 1937 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, son of Kenneth and Arlotta PERKINS. He graduated in 1954 from Union High School, Grand Rapids, Michigan. He received a bachelor's degree in Political Science and Economics from the University of Michigan in 1958 and a Master's of Public Administration from the University of Michigan in 1959. Mr. PERKINS was a career public servant. He was proud to have served as City Manager of Two Rivers, Wisconsin; Budget Director for the City of Toronto; Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer for the Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton, and City Manager of Saint John, New Brunswick. He lived in Canada for 20 years before returning to the United States. He is survived by four children: Susan PERKINS (Jay HOFFMAN) of Grafton, Wisconsin Mary DURHAM of De Pere, Wisconsin; James 'Bo' (Charleen) PERKINS of Two Rivers, Wisconsin; and Jane (Stuart) MUCK of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. He is also survived by his mother, one sister, two brothers, and eight grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his father. He loved them all. The body has been cremated under the care of Johnson Funeral Home of Manistee. A memorial service will be held at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 410 Second Street, Manistee, at 4: 30 p.m. on Friday, September 29, 2006. Memorials to the family are appreciated.

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MUCKLE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-04-15 published
TIMBRELL, Robert Walter, C.M.M., D.S.C., C.D., Rear Admiral R.C.N. (Ret'd)
Passed away at home in Chester Basin, Nova Scotia, on April 11, 2006. Robert TIMBRELL was educated in West Vancouver where he lived from the age of two months with his mother and new stepfather (Jupp). At age 15, he joined H.M.S. Conway in Liverpool, England, for naval cadet training and he completed midshipman training with the Royal Navy in Portsmouth; although he was registered with the R.C.N., at that time there was no naval training in Canada (1937). He served on battleships in the Mediterranean and North Atlantic, and in June 1940, was called at 20 years old to skipper a millionaire's yacht from Portsmouth to Ramsgate and thence to Dunkirk to help lead the British Army back to England, as it was all in France. Many close calls later, from E-boats, minefields and enemy air attacks, he and his crew of woodsmen from Newfoundland and engineers from London Transport and six guardsmen and their sergeant had made many trips and had rescued a thousand men (out of the 400,000 on the beaches. He was decorated by King George VI as the first Canadian naval officer to be awarded the Distinguished Service Cross in World War 2. Shortly thereafter in October he survived the sinking of H.M.C.S. Margaree, but only after some harrowing hours with only twenty others on a life raft in the North Atlantic no lights, no radar, heavy seas. He returned to Canada and joined "hunter-killer" groups of destroyers searching for subs in the U-boat war, as he was a Tas specialist. He was executive officer of H.M.C.S. Micmac post-war and Commanding Officer of H.M.C.S. Swansea; then to H.M.C.S. Ontario as training officer of cadets, and it was then that Princess Elizabeth and Prince Phillip were transported from Prince Edward Island to Sydney. He became Vice Commandant of Royal Roads Service College, and after a staff course at Greenwich in the United Kingdom, was the first Commanding Officer of the St. Laurent, at that time a new class of destroyer which was built at Vickers in Montreal. After two years he was posted to Shearwater as X.O., then to a three- year posting to the staff of Saclant in Norfolk, Virgina, after which he was appointed C.O. of the aircraft carrier H.M.C.S. Bonaventure which also included ferrying Canadian troops to Cyprus. Concluding a two-year sea service he went to Winnipeg on the staff of Training Command. These were unhappy years for an R.C.N. officer in a green uniform, and many retired, but he stayed and went with General Jean Allard to begin the process of reducing Canadian forces from Lahr, Germany and various other European bases. Then came a posting as Senior Defence Attaché at the Embassy in Washington, D.C., and after that, back to Halifax as Maritime Commander. He retired in 1973 and was honoured with a companionship in the Canadian Order of Military Merit. He became president of the Dominion Marine Association which dealt with ships (and ship owners) on the Great Lakes and Sir Lawrence Seaway, and held that post until 1985, when he left Ottawa and retired to Chester Basin with his wife of nearly sixty years, Patricia, (JONES) of Halifax, who survives him. Also surviving are his daughter, Nancy TIMBRELL- MUCKLE, Ottawa, and grand_son Sub-Lieut. Antony Timbrell MORROW, presently in Victoria, British Columbia. There will be a memorial service at a later date to be published. Arrangements are entrusted to Davis Funeral Home, Chester (902-275-3811).

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MUCKLE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-06-13 published
Canadian hero of World War 2 has full military funeral
Canadian Press, Page A12
Halifax -- A Canadian war hero who braved enemy fire to rescue hundreds of British troops 66 years ago on the beaches of Dunkirk received a full military funeral yesterday at Canadian Forces Base Halifax.
Rear Admiral Robert TIMBRELL died peacefully at his home in Chester Basin, Nova Scotia, on April 11 at the age of 86.
"There are three words to describe my father," said his daughter, Nancy Timbrell MUCKLE at the funeral. "Patience, persistence and perfection."

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