GILLAM o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-01-11 published
SEMEREDY, Michael Gillam
After a long and courageous fight, Michael passed away on Thursday, December 28, 2006, at Toronto General Hospital in his 53rd year. At his side was his partner, John Lucas. Cherished brother of Susan (Dan FAIRHURST) and adored uncle of Jaclyn. Beloved son of the late Marguerite "Honey" (GILLAM) and Arthur. Michael was an entrepreneur, jeweler, raconteur, and an A.I.D.S. activist lending his strong voice to Canadian Foundation for A.I.D.S. Research for almost 20 years. Michael will forever be remembered for his gracious hospitality, dry wit an unflagging spirit. John thanks the many individuals who cared for Michael. As per his wish, Michael has been cremated. A celebration of Michael's life will take place on Tuesday, January 23rd, 5: 30-7:30 p.m., 350 Lonsdale Avenue, Function Room. Donations can be made in Michael's memory to Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research, 165 University Avenue, Suite 901, Toronto, Ontario, M5H 3B8 www.canfar.ca

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GILLAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-09-05 published
BROOKBANKS, Rose Josephine (née GILLAN)
(March 19, 1921-September 1, 2007)

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GILLARD o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2007-01-13 published
GILLARD, Beulah
At Valleyview Home on January 11th, 2007, Beulah GILLARD, in her 96th year. Beloved wife of the late Harold GILLARD (1993.) Dear mother of Judy FURRY and her husband John, Woodstock; step-daughters Ruth WELLER, Durham and Doris WOODS and her husband Percy, Stouffville. Also survived by several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Visitation will be held at Williams Funeral Home, 45 Elgin St. from 1: 00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Monday, January 15, 2007, followed by a brief memorial service conducted by son-in-law Rev. John FURRY, at Centre St. Baptist Church at 2: 15 p.m. Memorial remembrances may be made to Centre St. Baptist Church.

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GILLELAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-09-28 published
RITCHOTTE, Francine (1942-2007)
In Saint-Eustache, on September 24, 2007. Died at the age of 65. Mrs. Francine RITCHOTTE, partner of Mr. Pierre VENNE. Resident at Oke, formerly Laval. Mrs. RITCHOTTE will be resting at the Funeral Home Yves Houle, 130 Lindsay St, Drummondville, tel: 1-819-478-0222. Visitation on Friday, September 28 from 5 p.m. and 7-10 p.m. Saturday from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. The funeral will take place on Saturday in the Church Saint-Pierre and Paul to Drummondville and from there to the Yves Houle Crematorium. Mrs. RITCHOTTE leaves in mourning her partner M. Pierre VENNE, her daughter Pascale LEBLANC (Robert GILLELAN,) her granddaughter Vianne, the son of Pierre Venne Pascal Racine VENNE, her sisters Mireille RITCHOTTE, Colette RITCHOTTE (Francois BONIN,) her goddaughter Marjolaine LETENDRE, her godson Olivyer BONIN, her aunts, uncles and the LeBlanc family, her nephews, cousins, and many parents and Friends. Donations to the Cancer Society for the programs that support the victims and their families would be greatly appreciated.

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GILLEN o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2007-09-04 published
GILLEN, Robert Joseph
Peacefully at Grey Bruce Health Services, Owen Sound on Friday, August 31, 2007. Robert (Bob) GILLEN of Owen Sound in his 87th year. Loving husband of Doreen. Dear father of Kathleen MALLION (friend Brian) of Fort Erie, Sheila (John) SMART of Pensacola, Florida, Bryan (Sharon) GILLEN of Owen Sound and Keith GILLEN of Sauble Beach. He will be sadly missed by ten grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and brothers Patrick GILLEN of Markdale and Alexander (Sandy) GILLEN of Mount Forest. Predeceased by his son Raymond, brother James (Jim) GILLEN and sisters Netta MARKHAM, Isabel MERTON and Elizabeth (Betty) MURPHY. Cremation has taken place. A private family service will be held at a later date. Interment Greenwood Cemetery. Memorial donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements entrusted to Grey Bruce Cremation and Burial Services.

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GILLESPIE o@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-11-14 published
LOUGHEAD, George Craig
Passed away peacefully, surrounded by family, at General and Marine Hospital, Collingwood, on Saturday, November 10, 2007, in his 83rd year. George, beloved husband of Victoria (née CURRIE.) Loving father of Judy and her husband Donald COOPER of Collingwood, Kevin and Shirley of Rob Roy, and Debbie and her husband John GILLESPIE of Craigleith. Dear Grandpa of Sabrina, Ameon, Korey, Brandon, Vanessa, and the late Kurt. Great-grandpa of Dyson and Claria. Dear brother of Ormand (Maxine,) Ruth (Oscar) HOPPER all of Collingwood, and the late Burton and his wife Johanna. Fondly remembered by many nieces and nephews. Sadly missed by his special little girl Diva. A funeral service was held at the Chatterson Funeral Home, on Wednesday, November 14, 2007 at 1 p.m. Interment at the Westmount Baptist Cemetery. Donations made to the Canadian Cancer Society or the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family. www.chattersonfuneralhome.com
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GILLESPIE o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2007-11-08 published
GRAINGER, William Frederick " Bill"
Honourary Colonel of the Grey and Simcoe Foresters, O.St.J., CD, Phmb.
After a courageous battle and with great dignity, Bill passed away at his home on Tuesday, November 6, 2007 with his family at his side. Beloved husband of Billie Deyell GOUGH for over 62 years. Cherished father of Penny GARVIN and her husband Ken, Katie GILLESPIE and her husband Tom and Susan DAVEY and her husband John all of Owen Sound. Adored grandfather of Sarah and Heather GARVIN, Mitchell and Megan GILLESPIE and William, Elizabeth and Kathleen DAVEY. Friends are invited to the Tannahill Funeral Home, Owen Sound 519-376-3710 for visiting on Monday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The funeral service will be conducted at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 866 1st Avenue West, Owen Sound on Tuesday afternoon November 13, 2007 at 1 o'clock with Reverend Doctor Ted CREEN officiating. Interment, Greenwood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the Saint_John Ambulance, Owen Sound Branch, the G.B.R.H.C. Foundation or Presbyterians Aiding Nicaragua would be appreciated. Members of the Royal Canadian Legion Br. No. 6, Owen Sound will hold a memorial service at the funeral home on Monday evening at 6: 15 p.m. Members of St. George's Lodge 88, Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons will hold a memorial service at the funeral home on Monday evening at 6: 45 p.m., all Masonic brethren welcome. Messages of condolence are welcome at www.tannahill.com

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GILLESPIE o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2007-11-30 published
A lifetime of writing from a difficult existence
By Ian GILLESPIE, Free Press Columnist, Fri., November 30, 2007
For years he shuffled along London's streets, clutching tightly to his notebooks, propelled by an urgent need to blacken the pages with the words streaming through his head.
Maybe you saw him. And if you did, maybe you steered a wide path. Because it was clear that something was amiss with Terence (Terry) QUINLAN.
"I called him the Van Gogh of the neighbourhood," says Steve GOODINE, a London police officer who lived near QUINLAN. " You knew he knew about life. You knew he had a lot to offer. But he struggled, because society didn't see him in that light."
QUINLAN's struggles are over now -- he died of kidney failure on December 4, 2006, at the age of 66 in hospital in Exeter.
But the man who will be familiar to many Londoners -- particularly those who frequent the downtown library and coffee shops -- has found some permanence, as his Goderich-based sister Pat MARTIN has now self-published a hardbound copy of his writings.
Although MARTIN had only 52 copies printed and the book isn't available to the public, she sent copies to the London Public Library, several local churches and to the national archives in Ottawa -- acts that ensure her brother's lifelong work will not soon vanish.
"He was always hungry and broke," says MARTIN. "It was hard for all of us to understand Terry. But the people of London and that neighbourhood kept him alive."
Born in Hamilton and raised in Brantford, QUINLAN was the second eldest in a family of 10 children. MARTIN recalls him as a generous boy known as the family's "scholar" for his bookish ways.
But after enrolling in a Guelph seminary at age 20 to become a priest, something happened.
Although MARTIN is unsure if he was ever formally diagnosed, she assumes it was the onset of schizophrenia that dislodged her brother from the "normal" world for the rest of his life.
There were brief stints, she recalls, when QUINLAN held regular employment. But the jobs didn't last.
"He could sometimes be a bit belligerent," MARTIN recalls. "He wanted people to understand him. He needed a lot of attention."
After drifting through Port Bruce, Aylmer and Saint Thomas, QUINLAN eventually landed in London, where he rented a single, windowless room in a house on Colborne Street for nearly 20 years.
"As long as you let him be and let him write, he was a generally happy fellow," says MARTIN. "He spent all his time writing. Besides eating and sleeping, he didn't do anything else."
Although most of his nearly illegible writings ended up in boxes, some of his poems were published in newspapers, including the Toronto Sun, and others were reprinted in church newsletters.
He wrote about a variety of topics.
He wrote about everything from coping with cold and hunger, to tributes to farmers, Terry Fox and Rose Kennedy. For the most part, the poems are laced with gentle humanity. In Kindness, for example, he wrote: "The greatest poem/ Is kindness/ The hand that turns/ A day into a smile/ A fellow into a friend/ A door into a welcome/ And a quarrel into peace."
But what emerges most from talking to MARTIN and GOODINE is not only a portrait of a poet struggling with mental illness, but a picture of a community that cared for him.
MARTIN says QUINLAN's landlords, the Skinners, showed a "gentle tough love" to her brother, while others supplied him with the gloves and shoes that he invariably seemed to lose.
"Terry would drop off his letters and poetry to people," recalls GOODINE, who typed some of QUINLAN's work. "And everyone did what they could to look out for him."
Of course, even simple gestures could go awry. GOODINE recalls giving QUINLAN a handful of winning roll-up-the-rim stubs from Tim Hortons. Later, he learned QUINLAN had redeemed the coupons all at once, consuming six coffees and five doughnuts in a single sitting.
But in the end, GOODINE says QUINLAN's difficult life reminds him to look beyond a person's outward appearance and behaviour.
"I think that's the lesson," he says. "Everyone adds something. Everyone has a gift, or something to share… And we need to be there for them. That's what works."

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GILLESPIE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-06-14 published
McKINLAY, Ronald Archibald
Born in Toronto in 1924. Suddenly, Monday evening, June 11, 2007 at Muskoka Mills, Georgian Bay -- his true heaven on earth. Loving husband, father, grandfather and brother. Survived by his wife, Hilda; children and spouses Henry and Yvonne McKINLAY, Mildred and Brian GILLESPIE, Ronald (Bill) and Kimberly McKINLAY, James McKINLAY and Gina ELSLEY, grandchildren Jennifer, Andrew, Calum and Darcy; brother Alan and sister Carol SCHNURR. He attended Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute and the University of Toronto, where he was one of the first group to pass through the University Naval Training Division at the University of Toronto before serving as an officer at sea in the Canadian Navy (Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve) during World War 2. In 1949 he was graduated with a B.A.Sc. from the Faculty of Engineering University of Toronto, and in 1952 with an M.Com. from the Business School at the University of Toronto, and subsequently became a Certified Management Accountant. He held positions in industry with The Canadian Kodak Co. Ltd., Reliance Electric (Canada) Ltd. and the Coffield Washing Machine Co. Ltd. Subsequently he was Industrial Advisor for the Bank of Montreal, dealing with problem commercial and industrial accounts from Newfoundland to British Columbia. In 1966 he joined The Clarkson Co. Ltd., the trustee wing of what was then Clarkson Gordon, where he stayed until his first retirement in 1985, the last three years as Chairman. At the time of the bank and trust company failures in the 1980s, he was asked to chair the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation, where he stayed for seven and a half years, dealing with the problems involved in those failures. He retired for the second time, in 1992, but was then asked to join the Newcourt Credit Group as Chairman, where he remained until his last and final retirement in 1998. Some of his directorships were with Champion Road Machinery Ltd. in Goderich, Ontario, Canadian Life and Health Insurance Compensation Corp., Toronto, Nu-West Group Ltd., Calgary, and H and K Equipment Ltd., Toronto. He was a Fellow of the Institute of Canadian Bankers; a Fellow of the Society of Management Accountants, of which he was Ontario President and then Canadian President. He was also a member of the Senate of the University of Toronto for eight years. Although Ronald had many outside interests, his greatest was his membership of over fifty years in Metropolitan United Church in Toronto, where he was, for two separate periods, Chairman of the Board of Trustees. On his retirement from the Newcourt Credit Group, his retirement gift was an echo organ for the balcony of Metropolitan, adding to the church's glorious five-manual Casavant organ, which is one of the finest concert organs in Canada. Ronald and Hilda moved to Barrie, Ontario less than a year ago, to be closer to their cottage at Muskoka Mills, and it was there that he left us. There will be a private family service this week, and in the fall a memorial organ and choir concert at Metropolitan United Church in Toronto. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Ronald McKinlay Organ Fund at Metropolitan United Church, 56 Queen Street East, Toronto, M5C 2Z3, would be gratefully received and can be made through Steckley-Gooderham Funeral Home (30 Worsley Street), Barrie. Condolences may be forwarded to the family through www.steckleygooderham.com

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GILLESPIE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-08-11 published
GILLESPIE, Gene
Peacefully at Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital on Saturday, August 4, 2007 at the age of 85. Gene, beloved wife of the late Roy GILLESPIE. Loving mother of Kent and his wife Jose, James, and Karen and her husband Steven HARTLEY. Fondly remembered grandmother of Craig, Thomas, Jonathan and Heather. A memorial service will be held at Trinity Anglican Church, 26 Stavebank Rd., Port Credit, on Saturday, September 8, 2007 at 11: 00 a.m.

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GILLESPIE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-08-22 published
GILLESPIE, Betty Patricia (née YOUNG)
After almost eighty wonderful years, Betty passed away peacefully at home on August 20, 2007, surrounded by the loving support of her husband Andrew and children: Ian (Jaqueline,) Dawn LOUCKS (Barry,) Gail PETTINGER (Bill,) and Bruce (Patricia.) Betty, a woman of great beauty, empathy, spirit and quiet strength, was born in Montreal, Québec. in 1927; daughter of H. Maitland and M. Patricia YOUNG (née THOMPSON/THOMSON/TOMPSON/TOMSON.) Predeceased by her brothers Ian and Brock, survived by sister Margot TAILOR/TAYLOR (Gary) and brother Ross (Alicia), Betty will also be greatly missed and cherished by all of her family, including twelve grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren, and by Friends throughout the world. Mum was a beautiful woman in many ways: a devoted wife, an incredible mother, always a good listener and considerate of others' needs. She encouraged her children always to look for the good in people and in life's situations. Her grandchildren and great-grandchildren would be unanimous on the recent quote of one, 'G.G., you're the best brownie maker ever!' Having travelled the globe extensively with Andrew, she was always most at home in her coastal British Columbia environs, where she spent many pleasurable hours with family and Friends. No service by request. A gathering for close family to celebrate Betty's life will be held in Victoria near the date that would otherwise have seen Betty celebrating her sixtieth wedding anniversary with her beloved husband. The family offers thanks for the wonderful support, care and kindness of the Victoria Hospice Society and Beacon Community Services home care givers. No flowers by request. If desired, the family would appreciate donations made to the British Columbia Lung Association or a charity of choice.

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GILLESPIE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-08-25 published
GILLESPIE, Betty Patricia (née YOUNG)
After almost eighty wonderful years, Betty passed away peacefully at home on August 20, 2007, surrounded by the loving support of her husband Andrew and children: Ian (Jaqueline,) Dawn LOUCKS (Barry,) Gail PETTINGER (Bill,) and Bruce (Patricia.) Betty, a woman of great beauty, empathy, spirit and quiet strength, was born in Montreal, P.Q. in 1927; daughter of H. Maitland and M. Patricia YOUNG (née THOMPSON/THOMSON/TOMPSON/TOMSON.) Predeceased by her brothers Ian and Brock, survived by sister Margot TAILOR/TAYLOR (Gary) and brother Ross (Alicia), Betty will also be greatly missed and cherished by all of her family, including twelve grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren, and by Friends throughout the world. Mum was a beautiful woman in many ways: a devoted wife, an incredible mother, always a good listener and considerate of others' needs. She encouraged her children always to look for the good in people and in life's situations. Her grandchildren and great-grandchildren would be unanimous on the recent quote of one, 'G.G., you're the best brownie maker ever!' Having travelled the globe extensively with Andrew, she was always most at home in her coastal British Columbia environs, where she spent many pleasurable hours with family and Friends. No service by request. A gathering for close family to celebrate Betty's life will be held in Victoria near the date that would otherwise have seen Betty celebrating her sixtieth wedding anniversary with her beloved husband. The family offers thanks for the wonderful support, care and kindness of the Victoria Hospice Society and Beacon Community Services home care givers. No flowers by request. If desired, the family would appreciate donations made to the British Columbia Lung Association or a charity of choice.

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GILLESPIE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-09-01 published
GAMBAROTTA / WEBB
Nick and Katie are delighted to announce the birth of their first born daughter, Sarah Anne Cynthia Gambarotta, on August 29th, 2007, at 2: 10 p.m., weighing 7 pounds and 13 ounces. Proud grandparents are Cynthia and Ian WEBB, and Adriana and Sandro GAMBAROTTA. Proud great-grandparents are The Honourable Alastair GILLESPIE and Diana GILLESPIE, Donald WEBB, Gabriella and Giovanni ANDREANI, and Graziella GAMBAROTTA. Proud new aunts Daniela GAMBAROTTA and Vanessa WEBB, and new uncle David WEBB.

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GILLESPIE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-09-10 published
MATTHEWS, Jack E.
Lakefield, Ontario April 6, 1928-September 7, 2007
Jack died peacefully in his sleep on Friday, September 7, 2007. He is survived by his wife and partner of 56 years, Jane (nee GILLESPIE;) sons Angus (Sandy) and Tam (Jan) and grandchildren Alec, Christopher, Geoffrey and Alison. A visionary educational leader, Jack served as a teacher and Headmaster at Lakefield College School in Ontario; founding Director of Lester B. Pearson United World College near Victoria, British Columbia; founder of the Trent University International Program and a Board member of the Peterborough Canoe Museum. He was a dynamic and much loved presence in each of these bold endeavours, touching the lives of so many students, colleagues and Friends throughout the world. The classrooms he really loved to share were the rivers, lakes, mountains and oceans of Canada where nature shaped his soul and nurtured his grand passion for life. A memorial service will be held at Lakefield College School on Sunday, September 30, 2007 at 2: 00 p.m. Arrangements entrusted to the Hendren Funeral Home, Lakefield, Ontario. Donations in memory of Jack may be made to the Jack and Jane Matthews Scholarship Funds established at Lakefield College School and Lester B. Pearson College.

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GILLESPIE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-09-13 published
MATTHEWS, Jack E.
Lakefield, Ontario April 6, 1928-September 7, 2007
Jack died peacefully in his sleep on Friday, September 7, 2007. He is survived by his wife and partner of 56 years, Jane (nee GILLESPIE;) sons Angus (Sandy) and Tam (Jan) and grandchildren Alec, Christopher, Geoffrey and Alison. A visionary educational leader, Jack served as a teacher and Headmaster at Lakefield College School in Ontario; founding Director of Lester B. Pearson United World College near Victoria, British Columbia; founder of the Trent University International Program and a Board member of the Peterborough Canoe Museum. He was a dynamic and much loved presence in each of these bold endeavours, touching the lives of so many students, colleagues and Friends throughout the world. The classrooms he really loved to share were the rivers, lakes, mountains and oceans of Canada where nature shaped his soul and nurtured his grand passion for life. A memorial service will be held at Lakefield College School on Sunday, September 30, 2007 at 2: 00 p.m. Arrangements entrusted to the Hendren Funeral Home, Lakefield, Ontario. Donations in memory of Jack may be made to the Jack and Jane Matthews Scholarship Funds established at Lakefield College School and Lester B. Pearson College.

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GILLESPIE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-09-24 published
GILLESPIE, Harriot
Peacefully at Carefree Lodge, Toronto on Friday, September 21, 2007, in her 93rd year. Wife of the late Robert and mother of Jay and Michael. Survived by her sister Helen MAZEWSKI. Private Arrangements.

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GILLESPIE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-10-29 published
Jack MATTHEWS, 79: Educator
Influenced by a sabbatical year spent teaching at Gordonstoun School in Scotland, he saw education as a period when students should spend as much time outdoors as they do indoors
By Alicia PRIEST, Special to The Globe and Mail, Page S12
Victoria -- Jack MATTHEWS believed that education - the right kind of education - was the world's last great hope. An Ontario private school headmaster steeped in British boarding school traditions, he left a secure post at a time of great uncertainty to become the founding director of British Columbia's Lester B. Pearson College. Later, he went on to develop the Trent University International Program.
Education under his watch meant spending as much time outdoors - sailing, star-gazing and debating philosophy around a campfire - as indoors. Students adored him for his open mind and for his unflappable faith in what they could do.
To know Mr. MATTHEWS, it helps to know a bit about Pearson College and the global educational movement that spawned it. One of 12 United World Colleges on five continents, PC, as the school is called, is huddled on a forested bay about 30 kilometres west of Victoria on Vancouver Island. Inspired by its namesake - former Canadian prime minister and 1957 Nobel Peace Prize recipient, Lester B. Pearson - the college offers an international baccalaureate diploma for 200 students from about 100 countries. Students are selected on merit alone and attend on full scholarship. Pearson aims, like all United World Colleges, to promote international goodwill by bringing together young people from every possible religion, race and political persuasion in a community of respect, service and outdoor activity.
Raised in Peterborough, Ontario, Mr. MATTHEWS was the youngest of three boys. His father, Gordon MATTHEWS, ran a meat-packing company. His mother, Agnes EASTWOOD, was a homemaker. A close, active and conservative family, they spent summers on Chemong Lake in Ontario cottage country. Competitive sailing, swimming and canoeing became an integral part of young Jack's being, and his love for wind and water would take him far and years later inspire his own children (son Tam MATTHEWS crewed on three Canadian Olympic sailing teams).
In the 1940s Mr. MATTHEWS' two older brothers went to war, while he, because of age, sought adventure closer to home. A natural athlete, he played football and basketball at Western University where he studied sciences, planning a career in medicine. But after graduation he completed a second degree in business, aiming to work in his father's company. In 1951, he married his high-school sweetheart, Jane GILLESPIE. The following year, their son Angus was born. Two years later, he was asked to teach one session of chemistry and coach football at nearby Lakefield College School - a private boys' school then known as The Grove. Dynamic, energetic and devoted to his charges, he stayed stay on and subsequently obtained a teaching certificate. In 1955, his son Tam arrived.
The pivotal moment in Mr. MATTHEWS's professional life came in 1963. While on sabbatical from Lakefield to teach at Gordonstoun School in Scotland, he met the school's founder, the German educational philosopher Kurt Hahn. A fierce critic of the Nazis, Mr. Hahn had fled Germany in the 1930s and had gone on to establish the Outward Bound Schools, the Duke of Edinburgh's Award and the United World Colleges movement. At the time, there was only one United World College - Atlantic College - in Wales. Distressed by the devastation wrought by two world wars, Mr. Hahn believed that people in their formative years would learn to see others as individuals rather than as aliens or adversaries if they faced mental and physical challenges together. It was a philosophy that Mr. MATTHEWS came to fully embrace.
Although he returned to Lakefield the next year and was immediately appointed headmaster, Mr. MATTHEWS remained bound to the idea of promoting world peace through education.
Soon thereafter, he became enmeshed in discussions about where and how to establish a United World College somewhere in North America. Prominent United World College committee members included Canadian Senator Donald Cameron, Mr. Pearson and Lord Mountbatten, war hero and member of the Royal Family. Lord Mountbatten also served as president of the United World College organization. Without knowing how the college would come about, they chose Mr. MATTHEWS as designate headmaster. That decision, says retired Canadian senator John Nichol, proved instrumental in ensuring PC's success.
"If you wanted to make a movie about this kind of educational institution, regardless of the plot, and you went to central casting to pick the director, you'd pick Jack," says Mr. Nichol who became Pearson College's chairman of the board. "He was strong. He was wise. He was fair. He was theatrical. He loved his role with the students and he was intellectually and physically courageous."
The following year - in 1971 - Mr. MATTHEWS resigned from Lakefield to devote all his energy to United World College efforts. It was a risky move. No funding, let alone a location for the college, had been secured. At one stage, it came perilously close to being set up in the United States.
Mr. MATTHEWS once described the tension in the room during one critical meeting in Britain where that choice was made.
"Lord Mountbatten," he recalled, "had an unusual way of running a meeting, but in his mind it was completely democratic. He listened to what everyone said, arrived at his own decision for action, and stated that decision in a most forceful way. He then paused for 30 seconds and, unless someone objected, he assumed it to be a unanimous decision."
After an enthusiastic presentation by the American committee, Lord Mountbatten turned to Mr. MATTHEWS and said, "Jack, I want you to run the school in Vermont for five or 10 years and then you can start the school in Canada. Now, that's all decided."
A 30-second pause followed, at the end of which Mr. MATTHEWS declined. "I am going to be headmaster of the Canadian college."
His decision was immediately seconded by then high commissioner for Canada Jake Warren who spoke on behalf of Mr. Pearson. Lord Mountbatten acquiesced.
Over the next two years, Mr. MATTHEWS, Mr. Pearson and others struggled to construct a unique educational institution from scratch. That meant raising funds to buy a site, build a campus, find faculty, and provide full scholarships for students from around the world. In the midst of these efforts, in late 1972, Mr. Pearson died. However, his death helped to spur the college's development because it became a way to honour his memory.
"Dad tapped into an enthusiasm for Canada when he tapped into Mike Pearson's Friends," son Angus MATTHEWS says.
As founding director, Mr. MATTHEWS scrambled to find instructors capable of teaching English-as-a-second-language, French, German, Spanish and Mandarin Chinese. But languages were just the basic requirements. They also needed people who were sailors, scuba divers, foresters, marine biologists, mountain climbers, musicians, dramatists, artists and who, above all, were willing to live in an intimate multicultural village where they would be called on by students day and night. After advertising in newspapers worldwide, he received 2,700 applications for 12 positions. The college opened in 1974, and for the next 10 years Mr. MATTHEWS moulded a campus culture far removed from his White, Anglo-Saxon, Protestant roots - no uniforms, no prefects and few rules.
"It was a freeing up of the traditional British boarding-school regime," says former PC secretary, Judy Scott, who recently retired after 33 years. Yet, Ms. Scott says, Mr. MATTHEWS "tried to instill in the students a respect for one another and for human kind&hellip quite a challenge when you are 16 and 17 years old."
The first few years were a mixture of chaos, exhilaration, near-disaster and triumph. There were floods, fires and fierce winter storms, but Mr. MATTHEWS loved a challenge and expected others to do likewise. Confident and calm, he rarely lost his temper.
For all that, University of Montreal professor Patrice Brodeur, a PC graduate of 1981, recalls one winter day when the headmaster went ballistic. Along with some other Western students, Mr. Brodeur had decorated a Christmas tree in the common room and, in jest, hung it upside down. Mr. MATTHEWS crossed the campus in record time.
"We had trespassed the line of the acceptable in terms of youthful experimentation," says Prof. Brodeur, who teaches religion. "Jack was firm and clear that respecting each other's symbols was part of learning how to practice international understanding, starting with our own culture."
Despite the obvious satisfaction he enjoyed from steering PC safely through stormy seas, Mr. MATTHEWS served for just 10 years. Years later, Angus MATTHEWS recalls why: Sitting in his office one day, his father saw four animated first-year students coming his way. They burst into his office and excitedly proposed something they wanted to do at the college.
"That's a great idea," he replied. "But we tried that three years ago and it just didn't work." The students seemed to accept his decision and left, yet their body language had totally transformed. He leapt out of his chair, ran out the door and brought them back.
"You know, that didn't work three years ago and the reason it probably didn't was because you weren't here to make it work," he told them. "Let's give it a try."
That night he told his wife that it was time to move on. "I'm in a pattern," he said. "I'm starting to not see the new things."
In 1984, Mr. MATTHEWS returned to Ontario and for the next seven years helped to develop the Trent University International Program. From there, he officially retired but kept involved by becoming a board member of the Canadian Canoe Museum in Peterborough and worked toward its opening on July 1, 1997. Happier outside than in, he raced sailboats until a few years ago when failing health shut the door of his favourite classroom - the rivers, lakes, mountains and seashores of Canada.
Jack MATTHEWS was born in Peterborough, Ontario, on April 6, 1928. He died peacefully in his sleep in Lakefield, Ontario, on September 7, 2007. He was 79. He is survived by his wife, Jane, and by sons Angus and Tam. He also leaves numerous grandchildren.

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GILLESPIE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-10-30 published
MacHUM, Donald Alexander
Donald Alexander (Sandy) MacHUM died comfortably at his home in Edmonton, Alberta on October 24, 2007 at the age of 79. He was the son of Donald Wilfred MacHUM and Mary Gibson Merritt MacHUM of Wolfville, Nova Scotia. He was predeceased by his wife Jean in 1997 and his brother Larry in 2005. He is survived by his children Mary, Alison, and Donald, their respective partners David, Keith and Karalee, his grandchildren Scott and Max, and his dogs, Teddy and Tessie, all of Edmonton, Alberta. His sister, Kathryn GILLESPIE, lives in Calgary. He was a graduate of Acadia University (B.A., B.Ed.), Dalhousie Law School (LL.B.) and Harvard Law School (LL.M.). He held senior executive roles with Algoma Steel Corporation Ltd. in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario and Oxford Development Group in Edmonton. He retired in 1981 to enjoy years of happy travel with Jean and his family and to pursue his interests in woodworking, family history, military history and gardening. He was a singularity, and will be missed by many. He had a great life, the perfect wife and a family he loved and who loved him. A private family service will be held. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the charity of your choice.

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GILLESPIE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-11-09 published
GRAINGER, William Frederick " Bill"
Honourary Colonel of the Grey and Simcoe Foresters, O.St.J., CD, Phmb.
After a courageous battle and with great dignity, Bill passed away at his home on Tuesday, November 6, 2007 with his family at his side. Beloved husband of Billie Deyell GOUGH for over 62 years. Cherished father of Penny GARVIN and her husband Ken, Katie GILLESPIE and her husband Tom and Susan DAVEY and her husband John all of Owen Sound. Adored grandfather of Sarah and Heather GARVIN, Mitchell and Megan GILLESPIE and William, Elizabeth and Kathleen DAVEY. Friends are invited to the Tannahill Funeral Home, Owen Sound 519-376-3710 for visiting on Monday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The funeral service will be conducted at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 866 1st Avenue West, Owen Sound on Tuesday afternoon November 13, 2007 at 1 o'clock with Reverend Doctor Ted CREEN officiating. Interment, Greenwood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the Saint_John Ambulance, Owen Sound Branch, the G.B.R.H.C. Foundation or Presbyterians Aiding Nicaragua would be appreciated. Members of the Royal Canadian Legion Br. No. 6, Owen Sound will hold a memorial service at the funeral home on Monday evening at 6: 15 p.m. Members of St. George's Lodge #88, Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons will hold a memorial service at the funeral home on Monday evening at 6: 45 p.m., all Masonic brethren welcome. Messages of condolence are welcome at www.tannahill.com

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GILLESPIE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-11-30 published
WILSON, John Reginald " Reg"
Rauni's 'Big Boy' slipped away quietly late Monday night at Mount Sinai Hospital. It was the way Reg would have wanted. No fuss. No bother. No unnecessary sadness. Born January 13, l919 in Tilbury, Ontario, Reg was shy of his 89th birthday. There were no surprises in store for that celebration because he would have hated that. What would have been there is the beautiful love he inspired in all around him. His special love of 20 years, Rauni GILLESPIE was always at his side. Their life together was one of enjoyment and shared experiences. Theatre, walks, Friends and travel (Australia, Turkey, Caribbean… you name it). They were a handsome couple. From Tilbury Reg moved to Saint Mary's where he was raised by an aunt and uncle and savoured the life of one of Canada's special small towns. He joined the Royal Canadian Air Force in 1940 and served overseas returning in 1944. After moving to Windsor in 1947 he began his long and admirable career with Seagram's. He soon became V.P. and sales manager, ultimately advancing to Toronto to the position of District Sales Manager of Calvert Distillers. His Windsor Friends will remember him as one of the city's most active and dedicated citizens. The Windsor Jaycees, AKO fraternity, the Windsor Kiwanis Club, Ad and Sales Club, Branch 94 of the Royal Canadian Legion and Beachgrove Golf Club all benefited and were served by his energy and loyalty. Married to the former Jean CLARK, they had two children, Richard (Gloria SMITH) and Barbara (Terry O'MALLEY) to whom he was devoted. After his wife's death Reg continued his residence in Toronto. Reg is survived by Ms. GILLESPIE, his children and half-brother Alexander WILSON (Georgina) and a large array of Friends gained through his passion for curling, tennis, bridge and 45 years at his alternate home St. George's Golf Club. His presence is gone but his memory will be with us forever. His was a wonderful life. And as he would say 'I love you, too'. A funeral service will be held at the Humphrey Funeral Home - A.W. Miles Chapel, 1403 Bayview Avenue (south of Eglinton Avenue East), on Friday, November 30 at 12 noon. Private internment will be held Friday, November 30. Remarks and condolences can be registered at www.humphreymiles.com

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GILLESPIE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-12-24 published
RAYNER, George Joseph Cameron
Peacefully in Brantford, Ontario, on Friday, December 21, 2007, George RAYNER, a cherished husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, friend and proud Canadian, died in his 88th year. Beloved husband of Phyllis (née GALLAGHER) for 56 years; wonderful father of Shelagh (Bruce PETERSON), Mississauga; Moira (Les WHITE/WHYTE), Ottawa; Barbara, Strathroy; and George (Lori LUFF), Mississauga. Devoted Papa of Susan, Kathryn, and Brian PETERSON; Emily, Elizabeth, Fraser, Anna, and Mary WHITE/WHYTE; and Abigail, Joshua, Zachary, and Jessica RAYNER. Dear brother of Mary HADDON; predeceased by Father Frank RAYNER, OMI, Angus RAYNER, and Patricia POCOCK. Survived by Michael HADDON, Joseph POCOCK, Richard and Mary GALLAGHER, Louis and Vivian GALLAGHER, cousin Frederick FLAHIFF and many cousins, nieces and nephews. Born June 3, 1920, in Victoria, British Columbia, to George Jabez RAYNER and Margaret Irene GILLESPIE, George was a wireless operator for the Royal Canadian Air Force from 1939 to 1947, serving overseas for five years in World War 2. He later met Phyllis in Toronto where they settled before moving to Brantford in 1968. George represented eight counties for the Ontario Federation of Agriculture, helped set up the Egg Board, and worked at the Brantford Y. He was a life member of the Knights of Columbus and a volunteer on the Library Board, at St. Vincent de Paul Society, and with the Canadian Mental Health Association. In retirement he learned to cook, play the trumpet, and curl. He loved his family, Friends, curling, a good joke, bridge, and travel. He was a wonderful, gentle man of faith who will be greatly missed. Visitation at McCleister Funeral Home, 495 Park Road North, Brantford, Wednesday, December 26, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Mass at St. Basil's Church, Brantford, Thursday, December 27 at 11 a.m. Interment Saint_Joseph's Cemetery, Brantford. If desired, the family would appreciate memorial donations to the Saint_Joseph's Lifecare Foundation or the Canadian Mental Health Association. McCleister (519) 758-1553 mccleisterfuneralhome@rogers.com

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GILLETT o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-10-04 published
GILLETT, Ileane F.
Vibrant, loving, quick-witted and joyful -- a woman of great outer and inner beauty. Our beloved mother, grandmother, aunt and friend left on her next great journey on the first day of autumn surrounded by love and flowers in her adopted Denman Island home. Wonderful wife to John for 64 years, loving mother to Leslie, "supergrandma" to Simon, Zoe, Emma and Nik, special aunt to Lanett and John, Randel and Lynda, John and Mary, and Kelvan, mother-in-law to Bill. Her brother Lloyd was very dear to her as was his wife and her long-time "sister" Dayle. Other people who held special places in her heart include Auntie Phyllis, Godfrey and Sally in England, Glenys Wilson, Nan and Buck Buchanan, Keith and Katherine Brown, Shirley and Sandy Smart, "first son" Andre Bouchard, and the ladies of the Anglican Church Women at St. Stephens's Anglican Church in West Vancouver. A recent addition was her friend and caregiver Joy Lance. Ileane's legacy is one of active love, quick-wit, readiness for adventure, service to family and community, and a quiet insistence on doing the right thing for the right reason. Her firm gentleness and zany spirit will live on in her family and Friends and we know she will continue to care for us all forevermore.

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GILLHAM o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2007-01-03 published
BALL, Alta M.
Quietly surrounded by her family at Saint Thomas Elgin General Hospital -- Palliative Care on January 01, 2007, Alta M. BALL passed away at the age of 91 years. Predeceased by her loving husband R.C.. Loving mother to Marlene CARTER and her husband Ralph of Aylmer, Arthur BALL and his wife Rosemary of Aylmer. Beloved grandmother to Tammy McDONALD and her husband Bryan of Chelsea, Quebec, Carmon CARTER and his companion Pam MacDONALD of Saint Thomas, Stacey UNDERHILL- BALL of Saint Thomas, Sherry BALL and her companion Anthony AUSTIN of Quebec. Great-grandmother to Brianna McDONALD, Braedon McDONALD, Andrew MacDONALD, Daniel LYNCH, Caitlin AUSTIN, Tamera MILLER and her husband John, Jesseka BARBEAU, Cody UNDERHILL, Braydon UNDERHILL, Trevon BALL. Predeceased by her grand_son Kevin CARTER (1964,) her sisters Dorothy RAVIN, Helen CHILTON. Friends will be received at the Ostrander's Funeral Home, 43 Bidwell St. Tillsonburg (519 842-5221) on Friday, January 05, 2007 from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The funeral Service will be held on Saturday, January 06, 2007 at 1: 00 p.m. at The Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Church, Townline Rd., Tillsonburg with President Mark GILLHAM officiating. Interment in the Guysborough Cemetery. Memorial donations to the Terrace Lodge Auxillary, Heart and Stroke Foundation and Alzheimer's Society would be appreciated. Personal condolences may be sent to www.ostrandersfuneralhome.com

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GILLIES o@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-09-19 published
GILLIES, James Wright
Newmarket, (son of the late Mary and Milton GILLIES, Dundalk) passed away in the South Lake Regional Health Centre, Newmarket, on Monday, September 10, 2007 in his 91st year. He is survived by his beloved wife Mae, his children Michael, Linda, Martin and Jeffrey; five grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren three sisters, Dorothy (Jim) SCOTT, Islay BESLEY, Barbara (Arvo) KAASALAINEN, and two sisters-in-law, Gladys (Bernie) TOMPKINS and Muriel GILLIES. He was predeceased by sister, Rillie RATHBUN, two brothers, Bill and Don, and brothers-in-law Nelson RATHBUN and Rev. Bruce BESLEY. Many nieces, nephews and Friends will mourn his loss. Cremation has taken place. A Family Memorial Service will take place at a later date in Dundalk.
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GILLIES o@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-12-12 published
NEUMANN, Siegfried Paul
Very suddenly in the comfort of his home in Osprey Township on Friday, December 7, 2007. Siegfried Paul NEUMANN in his 74th year, loving husband of 49 years and soul mate of Francis. Dear father of Liane (Tom) GILLIES of R.R.#4 Dundalk, and Tina (Paul) LISANTI of Maxwell. Special Opa to Mandi and Sierra GILLIES and Alysin LISANTI. He is survived in Canada by one brother Edward NEUMANN of Wasaga Beach, two nieces and one nephew and their families. A Celebration of Life for "Sigi" will take place at the Dundalk United Church on Thursday, December 13, 2007 at 2 p.m. Cremation has taken place. If desired memorial donations to the Dundalk Fire Department, Centre Grey Hospital, or to a charity of your choice would be greatly appreciated.
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GILLIES o@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-12-19 published
NEUMANN, Siegfried
We would like to say a sincere thank you to everyone who expressed their sympathy at the time of our sudden loss of Siegfried. Thank you to all our Friends, family and neighbours for your floral tributes, cards, visits, food, phone calls, and donations to charities. Special thanks to the Emergency Medical Services Team and Dundalk Fire Department for their very quick response and dedicated efforts. To our weekend neighbours Ed and Carol PALOZZI, words cannot describe our gratefulness for your support that night. To Rev. Janet ERIKSEN and Norm JACK for your professional, patient, and compassionate service at this very difficult time. To the United Church Women for preparing and serving lunch following the service. A kind thank you to Rhonda at ABC Flowers for that extra effort you do for us. Thank you to Muriel GILLIES for finding an answer for the many questions she was asked. Your kindnesses and support at this time is greatly appreciated.
- Francis NEUMANN, Liane and Tom GILLIES, Tina and Paul LISANTI, and Families.
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GILLIES o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-06-06 published
GILLIES, Margaret Ann
On June 2nd, 2007, beloved wife of Doctor Richard R. GILLIES, in her 75th year. Dear mother of Bruce (Wendy TOTTEN,) John, Elizabeth and Martha. Loving grandmother of Steven, Merrin and Robbie GILLIES. Sister of John CRAIN (Florence) and Judith DINSDALE- TAPE (Norman). No visitation. All are welcome to the Service of Thanksgiving at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, corner of Kent and Wellington, Ottawa, 11 a.m. June 9th, with reception following to celebrate her life. Private family graveside service. In lieu of flowers, donations to Hospice at Maycourt, Ottawa Salus or St. Andrew's Church. Her love, courage and strength inspire us. She will be dearly missed by all.

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GILLIES o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-06-09 published
GILLIES, Margaret Ann
On June 2nd, 2007, beloved wife of Doctor Richard R. GILLIES, in her 75th year. Dear mother of Bruce (Wendy TOTTEN,) John, Elizabeth and Martha. Loving grandmother of Steven, Merrin and Robbie GILLIES. Sister of John CRAIN (Florence) and Judith DINSDALE- TAPE (Norman). No visitation. All are welcome to the Service of Thanksgiving at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, corner of Kent and Wellington, Ottawa, 11 a.m. June 9th, with reception following to celebrate her life. Private family graveside service. In lieu of flowers, donations to Hospice at Maycourt, Ottawa Salus or St. Andrew's Church. Her love, courage and strength inspire us. She will be dearly missed by all.

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GILLIES o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-06-16 published
BEARD, Ann Marie (formerly DAY, née HUGHES)
Loving wife of John BEARD, passed away peacefully on the morning of June 15, 2007. Former wife of W. Morrison DAY and a long-time resident of Collingwood, she is survived by a large and loving family: her daughter Sarah DAY, son-in-law David GILLIES and granddaughters Emily and Erin; stepson Terry DAY (and Linda,) grandchildren Martha BRIGDEN (and Mike,) Scott DAY (and Lisa,) Heather KIRK (and Emile;) stepdaughter Christie DAY (and Robert HYLAND;) stepson Ian DAY and grandchildren Riley, Ivory and Sierra and great-grandchildren Noah, Avery, Riley, Dylan, Charlotte, Haley and Kendra. Ann Marie was an active member of the All Saints Anglican Church, and a generous supporter of the World Wildlife Foundation and the First Nations Peoples of Canada. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. Service to be held at All Saints Anglican Church, 32 Elgin Street, Collingwood, on Wednesday, June 20, 11: 00 a.m. Visitation from 10: 00 a.m. at All Saints. Friends may leave condolences by visiting www.fawcettfuneralhomes.com

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GILLIES o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-10-17 published
GILLIES, Jayne (March 21, 1916-October 15, 2007)
Jayne died in the Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital on Monday October 15, 2007 at the age of 91 years, predeceased by husband G. Brodie GILLIES (1981.) Survived by son Rob, daughter Jacquie and brother Phil NIMMONS. Predeceased by her sister Arlene PACH. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Boyce Funeral Home, Chapel, Visitation and Reception Centre 138 Daniel St. N., Arnprior. A memorial service will be held in The Boyce Funeral Home Chapel on Friday October 19, 2007 at 2 p.m. with Rev. Dr. Richard HOLLINGSWORTH officiating. A reception will follow in The Boyce Reception Centre. In remembrance, donations to "Partners in Caring" of Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital would be appreciated by her family. Condolences/Tributes at www.boycefuneralhome.ca

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