MALLOY o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-09-22 published
MALLOY, Larry
Passed away peacefully at 12: 07 a.m. Tuesday, September 18th at the Abbotsford Hospital with his wife Sheri, daughter Jennifer and other family attending. Born in Stouffville, Ontario on March 17th, 1943, the first of three sons to Lambert and Virginia MALLOY, he attended school with his brothers Jim and Lorne in Stouffville and Earl Haig High School in Toronto. Working with commercial real estate in Ontario (Paul Anka's parents' Ottawa restaurant included), Larry later moved west to Calgary. His children Steven and Jennifer were born there and Larry leased commercial properties for several years. A story exists that an original six National Hockey League team drafted him, but Larry's verified ice time came as a referee in the Western Canada Junior Hockey League minding Messiers and other future big leaguers. Moving to Vancouver to manage Modern Building Cleaning's British Columbia office, he married Sheri WILCOSH who helped transform an Irish easterner into a British Columbia horseman. Soon Larry was not only riding quarter horses down mountain trails but also running his own company, Detail Building Maintenance. One of the joys in Larry's life was a cattle penning Saturday and he took seriously for many years his role as president of the Pacific Coast Team Penners Club. Gradually, Larry and Sheri moved eastward in British Columbia from the ocean to the town of Mission to accommodate their growing number of grandchildren and horse stock including their donkey Eyore, whose stubbornness rivaled his master's. The words "Cowboy Up" are a call to "get tough and be determined" and Larry admirably fought hard to the end of his life. A celebration of his life and spirit will be held on Sunday September 23rd from 1-3 p.m. at the Zajac Ranch for Children (zajacranch.com 604-739-0444), a charity for children with serious and chronic illnesses and disabilities to which Larry devoted much time, effort and contribution. Western attire is requested but not mandatory. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Zajac Ranch in honor of Larry.

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MALONE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-12-04 published
SOUTZO- MALONE, Ioàna Constance
Passed quietly and without pain, on November 30, 2007. She will be remembered by her daughter, Marina Nicole STURDZA, her step-daughter Deirdre Louise MALONE, and her step-sons Richard Cook MALONE and Robert Nesbit MALONE, and their partners, and members of her extended family in Romania. She was predeceased by her beloved husband, Richard Sankey MALONE on June 24, 1985. In lieu of flowers, her family would appreciate donations to the Canadian Mental Health Association (National), 180 Dundas Street West, Suite 2301, Toronto, M5G 1Z8, tel.# 416-484-7750, or to the Hospices of Hope, 48 Burd Street, Suite 102, Nyack, New York, 10960, tel. #1-845-353-5147, or to Hope and Homes for Children, East Clyffe, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP3 4LZ, tel. #44-1722-790-024. Funeral services will be held at Saint_James The Less Chapel, 635 Parliament St. on Wednesday December 19, 2007 at 2 p.m. A commemorative service will be held at a later date. May she rest in peace and serenity.
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MALONE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-12-07 published
SOUTZO- MALONE, Ioàna Constance
Passed quietly and without pain, on November 30, 2007. She will be remembered by her daughter, Marina Nicole STURDZA, her step-daughter Deirdre Louise MALONE, and her step-sons Richard Cook MALONE and Robert Nesbit MALONE, and their partners, and members of her extended family in Romania. She was predeceased by her beloved husband, Richard Sankey MALONE on June 24, 1985. In lieu of flowers, her family would appreciate donations to the Canadian Mental Health Association (National), 180 Dundas Street West, Suite 2301, Toronto, M5G 1Z8, tel.# 416-484-7750, or to the Hospices of Hope, 48 Burd Street, Suite 102, Nyack, New York, 10960, tel. #1-845-353-5147, or to Hope and Homes for Children, East Clyffe, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP3 4LZ, tel. #44-1722-790-024. Funeral services will be held at St. James The Less Chapel, 635 Parliament St. on Wednesday December 19, 2007 at 2 p.m. A commemorative service will be held at a later date. May she rest in peace and serenity.
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MALONE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-12-15 published
SOUTZO- MALONE, Ioàna Constance
Passed quietly and without pain, on November 30, 2007. She will be remembered by her daughter, Marina Nicole STURDZA, her step-daughter Deirdre Louise MALONE, and her stepsons Richard Cook MALONE and Robert Nesbit MALONE, and their partners, and members of her extended family in Romania. She was predeceased by her beloved husband, Richard Sankey MALONE on June 24, 1985. In lieu of flowers, her family would appreciate donations to the Canadian Mental Health Association (National), 180 Dundas Street West, Suite 2301, Toronto, M5G 1Z8, tel. #416-484-7750, or to the Hospices of Hope, 48 Burd Street, Suite 102, Nyack, New York, 10960, tel. #1-845-353-5147, or to Hope and Homes for Children, East Clyffe, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP3 4LZ, tel. #44-1722-790-024. Funeral services will be held at Saint_James The Less Chapel, 635 Parliament St. on Wednesday, December 19, 2007 at 2 p.m. A commemorative service will be held at a later date. May she rest in peace and serenity. Condolences and memories may be forwarded through www.humphreymiles.com.

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MALONEY o@ca.on.grey_county.hanover.the_post 2007-11-09 published
MALONEY, Bernard Joseph
Bernard Joseph MALONEY of Hanover, passed away surrounded by family on Saturday, November 3, 2007 at the Grey Bruce Regional Health Centre, Owen Sound.
Beloved partner, companion and special friend of Isabelle GATEMAN of Hanover. Loved father of Cindy and her husband Terry DAVIDSON of Walkerton, Joe and his wife Laurie of Smithville and Myra and her husband Kevin SUMMERS of Hanover. Loving grandfather to Alicia and her husband Mike McINTYRE, Jamie, Jake and Scarlett DAVIDSON, Michaela, Tyler, Nikolas, Jason and Meaghan MALONEY, K.J., Colton, Bayden and Raina SUMMERS. Great-grandfather of Cody McINTYRE.
Survived by brothers and sisters Leonard (Anne) MALONEY, Kay FULLER, Jim (Carol) MALONEY, Betty JOYCE, Terry MALONEY, Donna MALONEY, Dan MALONEY and Debbie (Don) DWULIT. Will be sadly missed by Frankie MALONEY and her partner Steve SCOTT, several nieces and nephews, the 11th Ave. Crew and many dear Friends. Predeceased by his parents Patrick and Mary MALONEY, brothers-in-law Chuck FULLER, Ed JOYCE, Bill McDONALD and daughter-in-law Dione MALONEY.
Bernie was born March 21, 1940 in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. His family moved to the Hamilton area in the mid 1980s, where he and Isabelle ran a successful restaurant, "Isabelle's Takeout," for many years. Through the years he volunteered with Hanover Minor Hockey, the Hanover Barons C Hockey Team and the Hanover Legion. He has been actively involved in municipal, provincial and federal politics and loved to travel, walk, sing and enjoy the Friendship and conversations of family and Friends around his kitchen table. “He never met a stranger.&rdquo
A funeral service was held Wednesday, November 7, 2007 at 11 a.m. at the Mighton Funeral Home, Hanover immediately followed by a celebration of his life at the Hanover Legion. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Hanover and District Hospital Foundation or HARC Industries Incorporated.

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MALONEY o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2007-07-03 published
MALONEY, Helen or “Lena” (née PHILLIPS)
Passed away, surrounded by her family at Meaford Hospital on Friday, June 29, 2007 in her 87th year. Survived by her loving husband of 64 years, Larry (Lawrence Owen), her sons, Peter and partner Jin ZHE (Meaford, Ontario and Changchun, China,) Denny and wife Lyn (London, Ontario and Naples, Florida), Terry (London, Ontario), and Murray and wife Joani (Meaford, Ontario). Predeceased by her sons Larry, Jr. and Philip. Grandmother of Kevin and fiancée Nicole (Dallas, Texas), Craig and wife Sherry (Toronto, Ontario), Karen ZIMMERMAN and husband Craig (Oakland, Iowa,) Kelly (Pickering, Ontario), Michael (London, Ontario), Chris and Brendan (Meaford, Ontario,) and Andrea FISCHER and husband Chris (Wasaga Beach, Ontario.) Great-grandmother of Haley Navaisha MALONEY and Ava FISCHER. Predeceased by her sister, Evangeline, and her brothers, Dimitri (Jimmy) and Cyril (Carl), she is missed by sister, Nadejda (Annie) RAINVILLE (Toronto, Ontario,) her brother, Methody (Ted) PHILLIPS (Lackawanna, New York), daughter-in-law of Suzanne MALONEY. sister-in-law, Wynn (Newmarket, Ontario) and nieces and nephews, Dianne PAPADOPOLOUS, Gerry RAINVILLE, Sharon RAINVILLE, Stacey DELMONT, Shelley VRANJES, Peter PHILLIPS, Johnny PHILLIPS, Ed PHILLIPS, George MALONEY, Mike MALONEY, Mary MALONEY, Mark MALONEY, Bridget MALONEY, Carole BEST, Tommy BEAUVAIS, Peggy BEAUVAIS, Brian BEAUVAIS, Diane PIRIE, Cathy BEAUVAIS, Paul MALONEY, Tim MALONEY, Pat MALONEY, Helen HUTCHINGS, Fred RAPLEY, Penney BROWN, Elizabeth LEATHERDALE, and Georgea WAFFLE. Born May 27, 1921 in Toronto, eldest of six children born in Canada to Dina and Petre FILEFF, former Greek and Turkish subjects, from Western Macedonian mountain village of Trsye, who immigrated after World War I and adopted the anglicized name PHILLIPS. Lived on Wilkins Avenue in Cabbagetown area of Toronto. Attended Sackville Street School and Central Tech. Attended St. Cyril and Methody Macedonian Orthodox Church. Lifetime member of Daughters of Macedonia and Trsye Benevolent Society. Raised through the depression, she worked as a housekeeper and seamstress, for room and board and going dancing with sisters “Vee” and “Annie” at the Palais Royale or Masonic Temple. During the early years of World War 2 she met, and fell in love with a gentleman of the Air Corps, then Royal Canadian Air Force Airman L.O. MALONEY, to whom she was wed in 1943, after he returned from radar duty in England. Helen joined Larry when he was stationed at Royal Canadian Air Force Station Bagotville in 1944. After Sgt. MALONEY's demobilization, they started a family, living in a flat on Balsam Avenue in the Beach area of Toronto. While in Toronto, the family were members of Saint Michael's diocese. In 1951 the family moved to Point-aux-Trembles area of Montréal and later to St. Michel (1953-1972) at the northeast end of Montréal Island. While in Montréal, the family were members of St. Brendan's diocese. In 1972, moved to Scarborough, Ontario. Following Larry's early retirement in 1978, Helen and Larry wintered in Largo, Florida for 28 years of well-earned recreation and leisure time. In 2003, Helen and Larry moved to the family estate near Meaford, Ontario. Helen was the consummate homemaker, a skilled manager, budgeter, purchaser, chef, knitter, sewer, clothier, seamstress, launderer, cleaner, practical nurse and psychologist. She made it all seem easy. To children she was a cub and scout organizer, protector, comforter, supporter and healer. To her peers she was a graceful dancer, astute bridge partner, champion bowler, occasional golfer and good fun to be with at social events. To her husband, Larry, she was a lifelong friend, companion, partner and counsellor. Larry says that Helen saved him from an unstable life pursuing impractical daydreams. Between 1945 in Toronto and 1963 in Montreal, Helen gave birth to six sons. It was the great regret of her life that she never had a daughter, and so it was that she had a special affection for her nieces, grand-daughters and great-granddaughters. Helen was, in a category she herself sometimes applied to people, a “giver”. She was a good person with commendable standards of conduct and morality. Helen was always concerned about the feelings of others, always ready to lend a helping hand, always ready with a kind word. There are very few like her. She will be missed. Service held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, 3 July 2007 at Gardiner-Wilson Funeral Home, 60 Denmark Street, Meaford, Ontario. (519) 538 2550 Visitation begins at noon. The family receives visitors at home following service. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Alzheimer Society.

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MALONEY o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2007-11-06 published
MALONEY, Bernard Joseph
Of Hanover, passed away surrounded by family on Saturday, November 03, 2007 at the Grey Bruce Regional Health Centre, Owen Sound. Beloved partner, companion and special friend of Isabelle GATEMAN of Hanover. Loved father of Cindy and her husband Terry DAVIDSON of Walkerton, Joe and his wife Laurie of Smithville, and Myra and her husband Kevin SUMMERS of Hanover. Loving grandfather to Alicia and her husband Mike McINTYRE, Jamie, Jake and Scarlett DAVIDSON, Michaela, Tyler, Nikolas, Jason and Meaghan MALONEY, K.J., Colton, Bayden and Raina SUMMERS. Great-grandfather of Cody McINTYRE. Survived by brothers and sisters Leonard (Anne) MALONEY, Kay FULLER, Jim (Carol) MALONEY, Betty JOYCE, Terry MALONEY, Donna MALONEY, Dan MALONEY and Debbie (Don) DWULIT. Will be sadly missed by Frankie MALONEY and her partner Steve SCOTT, several nieces and nephews, the 11th Ave Crew, and many dear Friends. Predeceased by his parents Patrick and Mary MALONEY, brothers-in-law Chuck FULLER, Ed JOYCE, Bill McDONALD and daughter-in-law Dione MALONEY. Bernie was born March 21, 1940 in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. His family moved to the Hamilton area where he grew up and worked for many years. He moved to Hanover in the mid 1980s where he and Isabelle ran a successful restaurant 'Isabelle's Takeout' for many years. Through the years he volunteered with Hanover Minor Hockey, The Hanover Barons Junior C Hockey Team and the Hanover Legion. He has been actively involved in municipal, provincial and federal politics and loved to travel, walk, sing and enjoy the Friendship and conversations of family and Friends around his kitchen table. 'He never met a stranger'. A funeral service will take place on Wednesday, November 7, 2007 at 11: 00 a.m. at the Mighton Funeral Home, Hanover, immediately followed by a celebration of his life at the Hanover Legion. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Hanover and District Hospital Foundation or HARC Industries Incorporated. Further information and register book available at www.mightonfuneralhome.ca

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MALONEY o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2007-12-29 published
DUNLOP, William Clarence “Bill&rdquo
Passed away in London on December 25th, 2007, as the result of an accident, Bill DUNLOP of Port Elgin. Husband of the former Marion HAY. Father of Jamie of Mississauga, and Brad and his fiancée Lianne TURTURICI of Brooklin. Brother of Donna MALONEY- CLARKE and her husband Jack of Cambridge, Norma GRAHAM of Midland, Dorothy BEAUCHAMP and her husband Maurice of Penetang, Eugene DUNLOP and his wife Coline of Belwood, Margaret JOHNSTON and her husband Herb of Cambridge, and Dianne DUNLOP of Cambridge. Brother-in-law of Allan HAY and his wife Heather of Owen Sound, and Madalene and her husband Don RIDDOLL of Maple Creek, Saskatchewan. Bill will be missed by his many cousins, nieces, nephews and their families. He is predeceased by his parents Lavina and Clarence DUNLOP, by Marion's parents Jim and Helen HAY, and by his three brothers-in-law Frank MALONEY, Russ PENDER and Murray GRAHAM. Friends may call at the W. Kent Milroy Port Elgin Chapel, 510 Mill Street, Port Elgin, (Town of Saugeen Shores) from 12: 00 to 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 2nd, 2008. A remembrance of Bill's life will be held in the chapel on Wednesday at 2: 00 p.m. followed by a reception in the Community Room of the funeral home. Memorial contributions to the Ontario Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy. Portrait and memorial online at www.milroyfuneralhomes.com Please note the change of time of services.

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MALONEY o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2007-06-09 published
Husband charged in wife's shooting death
By Patrick MALONEY, Sun Media, Sat., June 9, 2007
Eugena SMITH, whose husband is now charged in her death, was a sweet woman who worked several jobs and loved her little girl, Friends say.
The 33-year-old Saint Thomas resident was found dead in her Balaclava Street home early Thursday in a reported shooting.
Her estranged husband, Michael SMITH, 35, is charged with first-degree murder.
"She was a good lady, hard worker. Just a quiet person," said a friend who asked his name not be published. "Everybody misses her."
Eugena worked part time at a local Chinese restaurant and reportedly also cleaned houses. It's unclear what Michael did for a living, though they had lived in the home for about a year.
The couple had a daughter -- believed to be about three years old -- and police said yesterday the youngster wasn't in the home at the time of her mother's death.
"She wasn't there and she's safe," Saint Thomas police Const. Anders NIELSEN said. "She wasn't exposed to what happened, directly."
The friend described Michael SMITH as a "nice person" but added that in "the last few months, they had problems."
Neighbours heard him working on interior renovations until late Wednesday.
It was about 6: 30 a.m. Thursday when James MORPHY, a nearby resident with a police scanner, heard officers called to a shooting at 9 Balaclava St.
He said he heard officers say a conflict erupted when a woman told a man she was leaving him.
Investigators yesterday termed SMITH's death a "domestic-related homicide." Michael SMITH will appear in court via video on Monday.
Between 1993 and 2006, there were no homicides in Saint Thomas. But over the past year there have been three, including this latest case.
"It goes to show you that no community is immune," NIELSEN said.

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MALONEY o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2007-09-16 published
Horsewoman killed by train
Shirley STOREY waited for one train, but was hit by a second leaving the Western Fair.
By Patrick MALONEY, Sun Media, Sun., September 16, 2007
A woman involved in a Western Fair competition was struck by a train and killed just outside the fair grounds yesterday, the second straight year that tragedy has marred the exhibition.
Shirley STOREY, 62, of Clinton, was waiting at a level crossing at Rectory Street with four others -- including her husband, Jim -- as a westbound train trundled past.
With the warning lights still flashing, the group began to cross when the other four noticed a freight train heading east. But Shirley STOREY, described by Friends as a "super lady," didn't see it coming.
"I was in the (Agriplex) when I heard the train brakes," said Ted LANSBERGEN, who, like STOREY, was at the fair for a equestrian competition organized by the Mid-Western Ontario Horseman's Society.
"It was terrible," LANSBERGEN said. "She's a hard-working lady. A good couple, good hard-working family."
The 7 a.m. incident blocked the tracks for about three hours, forcing local Via passengers to board buses yesterday morning.
Those involved in the horse riding competition park their trailers in a gravel lot on Rectory Street, immediately south of the train tracks running south of York Street. They walk across the tracks to the nearby Agriplex.
Making the tragedy all the more stunning is the fact Jim STOREY was there when his wife was struck by C.N. train 398, which was Toronto-bound.
He had to be pulled from the scene by Friends within the close-knit equestrian community, one witness said.
"(Shirley and Jim) were attached at the hip," said Lynn EATON, a friend and director with the horsemen's society. "They were always, always together.
"He went to a (recent) competition in Strathroy (alone) and he went home because he couldn't be without her. He missed her."
This weekend's event did go on as scheduled despite the tragedy, EATON said.
"Shirley had a plaque she always carried with her… That's what we read when we had a moment of silence for her," EATON said. "Shirley would have wanted it to go on.
"I was just joking with her (Friday) night. It's just a shock."
A tearful LANSBERGEN said the STOREY clan had been competing at Western Fair for close to a decade.
Though everyone knows to be careful on the tracks, he expressed surprise that trains travel so fast through the city.
The lights were activated and warning arms down at the time of the tragedy, London police Sgt. Greg BLUMSON said.
Though it isn't common for two trains to cross paths at the same time at a level crossing, a C.N. spokesperson said it does happen and pedestrians should be aware of that.
"If you have two tracks there, always expect a second train," Frank Binder said yesterday. "It's a tragedy for the family, it's tough for our crews (but) if the lights and bells are activated, always expect a train.
"And whatever number of tracks are there, that's how many trains there could be."
Another tragedy cast a pall over the Western Fair last year, when Londoner Janet RUDD, 32, choked and collapsed while playing a fair-run game in which she stuffed marshmallows in her mouth and tried to say the words "chubby bunny." She died in hospital.
"It's a sad note for all of us, especially those of us who knew Mrs. STOREY," fair manager Dave TAILOR/TAYLOR said of yesterday's death. "We certainly feel for the family."

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MALONEY o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2007-12-10 published
Deadly triangle
A London teacher and one man are found dead in a car. Another man is shot in a parking lot.
By Joe BELANGER, Patrick MALONEY and Joe MATYAS, Sun Media, Mon., December 10, 2007
A London teacher is dead and a colleague recovering in hospital after a stunning parking lot ambush yesterday that preceded an apparent murder-suicide 300 kilometres away.
Angela SEDORE, 40, was found dead in her sport utility vehicle near Peterborough just hours after Ed DICKSON/DIXON -- a fellow teacher at Ashley Oaks elementary school -- was shot by SEDORE's boyfriend outside a south London plaza, family members say.
SEDORE's sister said she had been dating a man named Ray KING for two years.
The bodies of KING and SEDORE were found, apparently shot to death, in her sport utility vehicle south of Peterborough following a police chase.
"This guy obviously came for one thing and that was to kill all three of them," DICKSON/DIXON's father, Ken DICKSON/DIXON, said.
DICKSON/DIXON's father said it appears a phone call to his son's home from a colleague whom his son had just started dating may have set the tragic chain of events in motion early yesterday.
DICKSON/DIXON, 36, told his father SEDORE sounded distraught and wanted to meet him, so he decided to go see if everything was all right. He later described to his father a chilling scene.
Upon arriving at the parking lot outside the A and P store at Wellington and Commissioners roads about 1: 40 a.m., he approached the woman's vehicle when a man hopped out, armed with a gun.
The man fired, the bullet ripping through one side of DICKSON/DIXON's stomach and out the other, then through the window of his Jeep, he told his father.
"If he didn't turn (his body,) he'd be a dead man," Ken DICKSON/DIXON said after visiting his son in the hospital. "A gunshot wound to the stomach, you're a dead man."
Remarkably, Ed DICKSON/DIXON told his father he jotted down the licence plate number as the vehicle drove off.
Within an hour, SEDORE's apartment on the second floor of a quaint Hyman Street home was swarming with police officers whose dramatic arrival stunned neighbours.
Durham regional officers, east of Toronto, were on alert for SEDORE's sport utility vehicle in connection with the London shooting and would soon be following it.
About 4: 45 a.m. yesterday, the Ontario Provincial Police was asked to follow the sport utility vehicle as it travelled north on Highway 115, which runs from Highway 401 to Peterborough, SEDORE's home town.
The sport utility vehicle drove over a police spike belt and went into a ditch, about 10 kilometres south of Peterborough. SEDORE and a man found inside were dead of apparent gunshot wounds.
Police sources told Sun Media the dead man in the sport utility vehicle is Ray KING, 41.
A neighbour, who described SEDORE as a "wonderful" person, said the teacher had been dating a man named Ray.
Having dramatically changed his appearance -- dropping 30 pounds and getting a new haircut -- he was visiting her in London this weekend, the neighbour said.
Officers from the Ontario Provincial Police and city police were at SEDORE's apartment for much of yesterday, taking away a slew of items including her computer, a neighbour said.
SEDORE's birth mother, who only met her now-grown daughter three years ago, was stunned by yesterday's tragedy.
"There's no words to say how I feel," Johanna YATEMAN said when contacted at her Peterborough home. "I feel great, great loss."
The Special Investigations Unit, which probes any civilian death involving police, is investigating the case.
"This is a tragic circumstance and there's a lot to be done," the Special Investigations Unit's lead investigator, Allan EATON, said.
Ken DICKSON/DIXON, who travelled to London from Detroit during the weekend for a family Christmas party, said his son was conscious but struggling in the aftermath of his close call. "He's starting the goofy stuff -- 'I should have called the police (before going),' " he said.
Several teachers at Ashley Oaks, reached at their homes yesterday, declined comment.
A huge swath of the parking lot at the busy south-end plaza -- which houses several restaurants and a busy grocery store -- was taped off for hours as officers scoured around DICKSON/DIXON's green Jeep, a bullet hole clearly visible in its side window.
Shoppers coming in and out of the A and P were stunned by the scene.
"This city is getting bad," said one elderly woman. "You've got to have eyes in the back of your head."
DICKSON/DIXON's shooting happened fewer than 24 hours after the death of Anthony BRUN in an Old South home a few blocks away. A man [later identified as Gordon Tyler McCURDY] has been charged with second-degree murder in the 24-year-old's death.
What Happened
Late Saturday Night: Londoner Ed DICKSON/DIXON gets a distraught-sounding call from a fellow teacher at Ashley Oaks elementary school. He goes to meet her at the A and P store parking lot at Wellington and Commissioners roads, arriving about 1: 30 a.m. yesterday.
A man with a gun exits the woman's vehicle and fires a shot that rips through DICKSON/DIXON's stomach. The vehicle takes off. Wounded, DICKSON/DIXON jots down the licence plate and calls police.
Yesterday, 4: 45 a.m.: Durham Regional Police ask Peterborough Ontario Provincial Police to intercept an sport utility vehicle, wanted in a London investigation, along Highway 115, which extends north from the 401 toward Peterborough.
The sport utility vehicle runs over a police spike belt south of Hwy. 7A and ends up in a ditch, 10 km south of Peterborough.
Ontario Provincial Police find the bodies of a man and a woman Ray KING of Belleville and London teacher Angela SEDORE -- in the sport utility vehicle. They appear to have been shot to death. The sport utility vehicle is registered to SEDORE.

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MALONEY o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2007-12-10 published
'An amazing guy' lost
Family say Anthony BRUN, who was killed Saturday, would do anything for them.
By Patrick MALONEY, Sun Media, Mon., December 10, 2007
A 24-year-old Londoner slain this weekend was remembered yesterday as a well-liked man who would do anything for his parents and brothers.
Anthony BRUN, a John Paul II alumnus who worked with a relative in the flooring business, died in hospital following an incident inside an Old South home early Saturday.
"He was a wonderful young man," Mary BRUN, Anthony's stepmother, said yesterday.
"My son, my beautiful son was taken. And it shouldn't have happened."
Added BRUN's 14-year-old brother, Nick, "He was an amazing guy. All my family think he's an amazing guy. I loved him."
Relatives say BRUN was out with acquaintances Friday night and returned to one of their homes, at 189 Belgrave Ave. just south of Emery.
London police were called at about 7 a.m. Saturday following what was described as a "disturbance." A relative says BRUN was found injured on the front lawn.
He was later pronounced dead in hospital. A man who lives at the home is charged with second-degree murder in London's fourth homicide of 2007.
As an active teenager, BRUN was a basketball player who spent years refereeing tournaments across the city.
"He was… well-liked by people," said his emotional father, Luigi. "I'm shocked. I cried all night (Saturday) night. He was my oldest son, you know?"
About a year ago, BRUN crossed paths with police as a witness to a shooting inside Robinson Hall, a posh downtown nightclub.
He was arguing with a cousin, Luciano BALDINELLI, over a gold chain when a third man shot BALDINELLI. BRUN wasn't charged in the incident, a relative said.
The funeral is slated for 11 a.m. Thursday at Saint Mary's Church on Lyle Street.
Gordon Tyler McCURDY, 33, who lives at 189 Belgrave Ave., is charged with second-degree murder.

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MALONEY o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2007-12-26 published
Widow found slain
Her son is charged with murder in the death in the complex in Westmount.
By Katherina DEHAAS, Patrick MALONEY and Daniela SIMUNAC, Sun Media, Wed., December 26, 2007
Cranbrook Trace is a caring little community, a clutch of high-end London condos where residents greet their neighbours by name and keep an eye out for one another.
Some in the Westmount complex would dutifully check in on Helen VICARY, calling every few days to say hello and see how the kind, elderly widow was getting along.
Then, a few weeks ago, she stopped answering the phone.
She was no longer seen picking up her mail, either.
Now, a 48-year-old man, identified by neighbours as VICARY's son, is charged with second-degree murder in the death of a woman whose body was found at his mother's home on Christmas Eve.
Police haven't publicly identified the woman.
"We did notice that we hadn't seen (VICARY) in awhile," Eric JOHNSON, who lives a few doors away, said yesterday. "In the last month, we hadn't seen her at all."
Monday, London police swooped down on the VICARY home, unit 23 at 505 Cranbrook Rd., while searching for someone reported missing that morning.
A woman was found dead inside.
That night, neighbours say police went door-to-door asking about Helen VICARY.
Craig James VICARY, 48, whom, neighbours identified as Helen's son, is charged with second-degree murder. He had been living at the condo, police said yesterday.
With investigators still scouring the home for evidence, neighbours who would be otherwise occupied with the holiday were shaking their heads over the city's sixth homicide of the year.
"Obviously, we're all shocked by it," said one man. "It's really not hit home yet. We really haven't had a whole lot of time to reflect on it."
One neighbour said VICARY moved into the condo about three years ago but had lived alone since her husband died Christmas Day two years ago. Her grown children live in the area.
Investigators were first called to the condo Monday after a report of a missing person. Police haven't said who notified them of the disappearance.
Police then searched for a brown, four-door Pontiac Grand Am, which was registered to Helen VICARY.
JOHNSON, who described the elderly VICARY as kind and friendly, said the homicide is "unnerving… a close community. A lot of elderly people and we watch out for each other."
The Christmas Eve discovery marked the third serious incident in London this month. Early December 8, 24-year-old Anthony BRUN was found injured outside an Old South home and later died in hospital. Gordon Tyler McCURDY, 33, is charged with second-degree murder. Later that day, teacher Ed DICKSON/DIXON was seriously hurt in a south-end parking lot shooting. Angela SEDORE, who taught with DICKSON/DIXON, was killed in a murder-suicide, apparently at the hands of Ray KOVACS, whose body was found in her sport utility vehicle after a police chase.

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MALONEY o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2007-12-26 published
City loses 'remarkable force'
By Patrick MALONEY and Claire NEARY, Sun Media, Wed., December 26, Beryl IVEY, the London icon whose philanthropy touched education, health care and the arts in London and beyond, has died. She was 82.
Though she and her husband of nearly 60 years, Dick, moved to Toronto about 18 months ago, her love of the place she called home since arriving for university never waned, her family says.
"She missed London enormously," her son Richard IVEY said from his Toronto home last night.
"She loved London and she loved many of the institutions, big and small, in London."
IVEY was felled by a heart attack Sunday and hospitalized in Toronto. She died there yesterday morning, three days shy of her 83rd birthday.
But on Monday -- Christmas Eve -- she was in "vintage form," her son said. "So, we all got to say hi and bye."
As news of the death spread yesterday, praise poured in for IVEY, who, along with her husband, donated an estimated $150 million and left a lasting mark on the Forest City.
"This city and province and country has lost a great Canadian," said Tony DAGNONE, former chief executive of the London Health Sciences Centre.
At the University of Western Ontario, whose prestigious business school bears the Ivey name, there's no overstating the effects of her generosity, said University of Western Ontario president Paul DAVENPORT.
"I feel an enormous admiration for all she's done for London and for Londoners," he said. "The Ivey family is the foremost benefactor of (Western). There's no doubt about that."
Far from just a financial donor, the modest, five-foot-two IVEY believed passionately in the institutions she supported, said London member of provincial parliament Deb MATTHEWS. IVEY's legacy in London, said Mayor Anne Marie DECICCO- BEST, will live on indefinitely.
A private funeral will be held in London Friday, her birthday, and a memorial at a later date. She will be buried in London.
Born Beryl NURSE in 1924 in Chatham to a Canadian army lieutenant-colonel who taught elementary school, and a former military nurse, IVEY was a celebrated track star who arrived at University of Western Ontario in 1943. It was the academic scholarship she received that would inspire her generosity years later, she said in a 2005 interview.
She graduated valedictorian from University of Western Ontario-affiliated Brescia College -- to which she would years later give $750,000 for a library expansion -- and became a teacher at Beal secondary school in London.
She married Dick IVEY, who she met in her first year at University of Western Ontario, and joined his wealthy family, co-founders of the Empire Brass Manufacturing Co., now known as Emco.
In the 1950s, the pair had four children, to whom Friends say they passed along their sense of generosity. It was Dick's father, Richard G. IVEY, who in 1947 incorporated the Ivey Foundation.
Beryl is credited with the business-like approach to philanthropy the family adopted in the 1970s.
She and Dick passed along control of the foundation to their four children in 1997.
The list of organizations the Ivey generosity helped is long and distinguished: University of Western Ontario and the London Health Sciences Centre, the Grand Theatre, Museum London, the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame and Parkwood Hospital.
For Beryl and Dick, travel also was a passion. Business often took them to Europe, but they also made several trips to Africa and to the remote Arctic.
They were art enthusiasts, and Beryl's love of the outdoors was referenced by Friends last night, with one calling her an "amazing gardener."
To celebrate the 55th anniversary of their mother's graduation from Western, IVEY's children created the Beryl Ivey Garden at the university, which includes plants from her own garden.
About two years ago the couple moved to Toronto to be closer to their children, effectively severing the historic family's last physical presence in London.
In June, Beryl was named to the Order of Canada. It was an honour she eagerly anticipated receiving this February, friend Bill BRADY of London said last night. While she will be remembered for her generosity, BRADY -- who called IVEY "a remarkable force" said she was anything but a cheque-writer. "She was no pushover.
"You had to make a strong case for (support); you had to prove it was worthwhile."

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MALONEY o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-01-13 published
McMORRIS, George Coulson (1926-2007)
Commander, Royal Canadian Navy and Canadian Air Force (ret.)
Peacefully on January 11, 2007 at the Trillium Health Centre in Mississauga, Ontario. He leaves his cherished wife of 56 years, Gene (MacMINN,) his daughters Robyn McMORRIS and Nicola MALONEY (Randy) and grandchildren Candice and Michael with very special memories. Predeceased by his parents George and Margaret McMORRIS and his brother Lawrence (Sam) McMORRIS (Joan,) he is also survived by his sister Beth GOLDSTONE (Bill.) Born in Edmonton, he spent his youth in Saskatoon and Winnipeg before enrolling at Royal Roads Naval College as a cadet in 1943. Upon graduation in 1945 he began a naval career that took him overseas to England and Scotland and from coast to coast in Canada, serving on submarines and destroyers and becoming the first Canadian naval officer to command both a submarine and a destroyer. After his naval career ended, George and his family moved to Toronto where he pursued a variety of careers, retiring in 1991 as the General Manager of the Etobicoke Olympium. In retirement he was able to devote more time to his many passions including woodworking, upholstery and travelling and golfing adventures with Gene. A hole in one at the Humber Valley Golf Course was one of the highlights of George's retirement. Most recently, he experienced great pleasure from becoming a dog owner, as evidenced by the large photographs of 'Cookie' that he circulated widely to family and Friends. The family would like to thank all of George and Gene's family, Friends and colleagues for their love and Friendship during George's lifetime, as well as the staff at King Gardens and Etobicoke General Hospital in his last few months. Particular mention must be made of the very caring nursing staff at Trillium Health Centre in Mississauga, who made his last days very comfortable. Special thanks also go to George and Gene's Friends from Lion's Gate whose support enabled them to remain in their home and independent until the last few months. George felt very blessed to count such caring people among his circle of Friends. A memorial service to celebrate George's life will be held on Wednesday, January 17, 2007 at 3: 00 p.m. at The Simple Alternative Funeral Centre, 1535 South Gateway Road, Mississauga, Ontario, L4W 5J1, 905-602-1580. A reception will follow immediately after the service. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Alzheimer Society, www.alzheimer.ca would be most appreciated.

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MALONEY o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-07-14 published
TAILOR/TAYLOR, John Garth
Died on July 7, 2007 in Oakville, Ontario, Canada at the age of 88. He is predeceased by his parents, Mabel Burnett FORBES and John Henry TAILOR/TAYLOR, an infant brother and older sister, Mabel Ethelwyn McATHEY. He leaves his beloved wife Rita, his dear daughters and sons-in-law, Karen and Ronald HUDSON of Milton, Ontario, Ruth and Robert ANDERSON of Geneva, Switzerland, Anne and Kim MALONEY of Westford, Vermont, grand_sons Stephen, Thomas and Harry ANDERSON, brother-in-law, Gordon McATHEY of Sarnia, Ontario, and five nieces and one nephew. A special thank you to Karen, Monica, George, Holly, Angela, Edna and the staff at Northridge. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on August 25th at Knox Presbyterian Church in Milton, Ontario. For those who wish to contribute to Garth's memory, in lieu of flowers please send donations to The Salvation Army.

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MALONEY o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-10-25 published
UTECK, Carl George
Proud father and devoted baseball fan, Carl died peacefully, after a brief illness, on Monday, October 22, 2007 in Ottawa. Predeceased by his wife JoAnne and son Larry (Sue MALONEY.) Survived by daughters Barbara (Graham FRASER,) Katrine, Anne and son Joe, and by grandchildren, Malcolm (Stacey DEWOLFE,) Nick (Glenda HEATHCOTE), Colin (Courtnay SCHAPANSKY), Luke, Cain, Spencer and Kate and great-grandchildren, Lydia, Owen, Satisa, Patrick, Meike, Graycee and Isis. Interment Service at 3 p.m. Monday, October 29th at Park Lawn Cemetery, 2845 Bloor Street West, Toronto. The family wishes to acknowledge the caring staff at New Edinburgh Square. Special thanks to palliative care nurses Maryse BOUVETTE and Carol YARNELL. Donations in memory of Carl may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society.

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MALONEY o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-12-26 published
Benefactor Beryl IVEY dead at 82
By Patrick MALONEY and Claire NEARY, The Canadian Press, Page A7
Toronto -- Beryl IVEY, an iconic philanthropist who for decades supported education, health care and the arts across Ontario and beyond, died yesterday at 82.
Ms. IVEY suffered a heart attack Sunday and was hospitalized in Toronto.
She died there yesterday morning, three days shy of her 83rd birthday.
Ms. IVEY's son Richard said that his mother was in "vintage form" right up until her death.
As news of the death slowly spread, praise poured in for Ms. IVEY, who, along with her husband, donated an estimated $150-million to various causes through the Ivey Foundation.
"This city and province and country has lost a great Canadian," said Tony DAGNONE, former chief executive of the London Health Sciences Centre.
At the University of Western Ontario, whose business school now bears the Ivey name, the effects of her generosity cannot be overstated, University of Western Ontario president Paul DAVENPORT said. A private funeral will take place in London on Friday and a memorial will be held at a later date.
Born Beryl NURSE in 1924 in Chatham, Ontario, she was a celebrated track star when she arrived at University of Western Ontario in 1943. She married Dick IVEY, whom she met two months into her first year at University of Western Ontario.
Dick's father, Richard G. IVEY, incorporated the Ivey Foundation in 1947. Beryl, however, is credited with the businesslike approach to philanthropy the family adopted in the 1970s.
In June, she was named to the Order of Canada.
Her friend Bill Brady - who called Ms. IVEY "a remarkable force" - said she was "no pushover" when it came to cash.
"You had to make a strong case for [financial support]. You had to prove it was worthwhile. I can't think of another philanthropic family who did the kind of research they did."

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MALONYAY o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-10-12 published
MALONYAY, Margaret Marica (née HOLLO)
Died peacefully at Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto on Monday October 8th, 2007 in her 99th year. Born in Budapest, Hungary, Margaret MALONYAY finished her Sr. matriculation in 1928 there where she continued her education. She married her first husband, who was an officer in the Hungarian army in 1943. He was executed by the Soviets in 1945 during the siege of Budapest. Widowed and heart-broken by the loss of her husband, Margaret came to the United States in 1947 where she managed her uncle's hotel at Virginia Beach. After the sale of the hotel, in 1956, she moved to Toronto with her uncle Steven HOLLO and his sister. Here, In 1963 she married her second husband Laszlo MALONYAY. Margaret held leadership positions in numerous Hungarian organizations in Canada. She was a founding member and treasurer of the United Hungarian Fund for many years. Under her leadership the Annette Day Nursery was flourishing for decades. Margaret MALONYAY was an active member of the Board of Directors of the Rakoczi Society, later Rakoczi Foundation and worked to raise funds for more scholarships for the Students Without Boundaries programme. She was one of the initiators and lifelong directors of the following non-profit Hungarian Canadian Housing Corporations: Rakoczi Villa I, Rakoczi Villa II, Villa Otthon I, Villa Otthon II and First Erdelyi House. These housing corporations built 560 apartments for needy families and individuals in Canada. She is mourned by her devoted niece and nephew and extended family here in Canada as well as Hungary. The entire Hungarian community of southern Ontario but especially of Greater Toronto feels the sadness of her passing. A prayer service will be held on Monday, October 15th at 7 p.m. with visitation until 9 p.m. at the Morley Bedford Funeral Home, 159 Eglinton Ave. W. (2 stop lights west of Yonge St.). A Funeral mass will be held on Tuesday, October 16th at 10 a.m. at St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church, 432 Sheppard Ave. East. Reception celebrating her life will follow the mass in the church hall. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the charity she cared so passionately about: The Rakoczi Foundation, Students Without Boundaries Program, 80 Carlton St. Toronto, Ontario M5B 1L6.

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MALOUF o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-09-24 published
ROSSY, Edmund P. (1928-2007)
Passed away peacefully, at the age of 79 years, after a courageous battle with cancer, on September 22, 2007. Beloved husband of Shirley, loving father of Carol (Peter MALOUF), Alan (Roula ZEENNI) and Joanne. Cherished grandfather of Stephanie, Patrick, Christopher, William and Daniel MALOUF; Michelle, William and Christopher ROSSY; Philip and Eric TABAH. Proud uncle to his many nieces and nephews. son of the late Salim and Katrina, brother to Georgette CHACRA, Michael (Celia SHAMY), Agnes, Edward, Raymond and the late Theo, Walter, Fred and George. He will be remembered as a loving and devoted husband, father, grandfather and friend. His commitment, sense of duty and generosity was much appreciated through his involvement with his church and its beautification program. He was a past president of St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church and a life member of the Order of St. Ignatius. Edmund was a partner of "S. Rossy Inc" and founding partner of "Dollarama" stores. He was highly respected by his employees and associates. Dad will always be remembered for his courage, grace and honour. God bless you Dad. We will cherish you and your legacy forever. The family will receive condolences at St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church, 555 Jean Talon East, Montreal, on Sunday from 7-9 p.m., Monday from 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. and Tuesday, September 25, 2007 from 10 a.m. followed by the funeral at 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church would be greatly appreciated. The family wishes to express their gratitude to Doctor April Shamy, Doctor David Melnychuk, Doctor Barry Stein; oncology nurses Graetha and Kathy and caregiver Mina as well as the lovely palliative care team at the Jewish General Hospital.

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MALOWANIEC o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-06-13 published
LOJEK, John Stanley
On Monday, June 11, 2007 at Saint Mary's Hospital. John LOJEK in his 66th year of Elmira. Beloved husband of Sophie (GARBACKA) LOJEK. Dear father of Margaret of Elmira, Laura and Sean SMYTH of Kitchener, Monika of Elmira. John was the last surviving member of his family having been predeceased by his parents William "Bill" LOJEK and Irene MALOWANIEC. John was born in Zywiec, Poland and came to Canada in 1956. He attended Del la Salle College in Toronto, then attended University in Windsor where he received his undergraduate degree. He then received his graduate degree in plant pathology at the University of Toronto. John was then employed in Elmira at Uniroyal Chemical where he continued his research. In 1980 he started his own interest in natural garden products. John's research led to many patents in the field of natural garden products focusing on acid rain and dedicating his life to the betterment of the natural environment. The family will receive their Friends and relatives at the Dreisinger Funeral Home, Elmira on Wednesday (Today) from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Teresa of Avila R.C. Church, Flamingo Drive, Elmira on Thursday, June 14, 2007 at 10: 30 a.m. with Rev. Sudie MacDONALD, C.R. officiating followed by interment in St. Teresa's R.C. Cemetery, Elmira. Parish Prayers will be offered at the funeral home on Wednesday afternoon at 4 p.m. In John's memory, donations to Tree Canada Foundation or Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario would be appreciated by the family as expressions of sympathy.

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MALTA o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-05-29 published
HOBBS, Eva Ilona (née STUMPF)
Passed away on Sunday, May 27, 2007 in her 78th year. Beloved supporting wife of Doctor Kenneth HOBBS for over 52 years. Dear mother to John HOBBS, Anne Elizabeth and her husband Greg MALTA, and Mary Katherine and her husband Joe COLASURDO. Devoted grandmother (Nagyi) to Mikaela, Brady, Eric and Angelina. Eva is survived by sister Betty JENKINS of Stoney Creek, brothers-in-law John and his wife Audrey HOBBS, and Bill and his wife Anna HOBBS. Eva and her husband Doctor Kenneth HOBBS have devoted the last 30 years to helping others around the world on their humanitarian missions. Eva was a friend to many and touched all who knew her. Eva will be greatly missed around the world. Resting at the Armstrong Funeral Home, 124 King Street East, Oshawa, with funeral service at Saint Mark's United Church, 201 Centre Street South, Whitby, Ontario, on Thursday, May 31, 2007 at 11 a.m. Interment Groveside Cemetery. If desired, memorial contributions to the Children's Wish Foundation would be greatly appreciated, in lieu of flowers. Visitation Wednesday 3-5 and 7-9 p.m.

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MALTAS o@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.stayner.stayner_sun 2007-12-05 published
MALTAS, Katharine
Passed away on Monday December 3, 2007 at the General and Marine Hospital, Collingwood in her 67th year. Beloved wife of Don. Loving mother of Scott and his wife Michelle and Shawn and his wife Monica. Predeceased by her daughter Diane. Dear grandma of McKenzie, Jacob, Zachary, Alyssa and Madelyne. Sister of Doug and Bob CROSBIE. Friends were received at the Carruthers and Davidson Funeral Home, 7313 Highway 26 (Main St.), Stayner (705-428-2637) from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. on Tuesday December 4, 2007. Funeral Service will be held at Centennial United Church, 234 William Street, Stayner on Wednesday December 5, 2007 at 1 o’clock. Interment Stayner Union Cemetery. If desired, donations in Kathy’s memory may be made to Centennial United Church or the General and Marine Hospital Foundation. For more information or to sign the online guestbook, log on to www.carruthersdavidson.com
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MALTAS o@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.stayner.stayner_sun 2007-12-12 published
MALTAS, Kathy
The Family of the late Kathy MALTAS would like to extend thanks to all our relatives, Friends and neighbours for their generous support and expressions of sympathy. We appreciated all the food sent to our home, and flowers and donations made in her memory We would also like to thank Reverend Paul BROUGHTON for his kind words, and the Centennial United Church ladies for providing the lunch. Additionally we extend a special thanks to the Carruthers and Davidson Funeral Home, and for the attention given by the doctors and nurses at the Collingwood General and Marine Hospital.
Don, Scott and Michelle, Shawn and Monica and Families
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MALTIN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-08-28 published
SHOCKETT, Bess
On Monday, August 27, 2007 at North York General Hospital. Bess SHOCKETT, beloved wife of the late Barry SHOCKETT. Loving mother and mother-in-law of Elka SHOCKETT and Donald SOKOLSKI, Michael SHOCKETT and Cynthia RUSCHIENSKY, and Eric SHOCKETT. Dear sister of the late Sam and Ben MALTIN. Devoted grandmother of Joshua. At Benjamin's Park Memorial Chapel, 2401 Steeles Avenue West (3 lights west of Dufferin) for service on Friday, August 31, 2007. Interment New Fraternal Section of Pardes Shalom Cemetery. Shiva 25 Canyon Avenue #2103. Memorial donations may be made to the Bess SHOCKETT Yiddish Fund c/o U.J.A., 416-631-5685

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MALUSKE o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2007-12-31 published
MALUSKE, Gertrude Marie (née MINKE)
Of Owen Sound, formerly of Chesley, passed away peacefully at Lee Manor, Owen Sound on Friday, December 28, 2007 in her 91st year. Loving mother of Betty Anne and her husband Ross SCOTT of Kitchener and Craig and his wife Nancy of Clavering. Cherished grandmother of Trevor, Todd, Tyson and Scott and step-grandmother to Wayne and Julie. She will be missed by her great-granddaughters Georgia and Claire as well as step-great-grandchildren Kate and Sam. Gertrude was predeceased by her husband Arthur (1978), siblings Edna KUHNSENHAUSER, Melvin MINKE, Pearl McGEE and Elmer MINKE and her parents, Christian and Anna (BURMEISTER) MINKE. Visitation will be held at Cameron Funeral Home, Chesley on Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. A funeral service will be held on Wednesday, January 2, 2008 at Saint Peter's Lutheran Church, Sullivan Township at 11 a.m. Spring interment in Desboro Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to Saint Peter's Lutheran Church would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy.

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