MORAN o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2007-07-09 published
SILVERTHORN, Camilla Cecelia (née MORAN)
Passed away peacefully after a dignified and courageous battle with cancer at the Grey Bruce Health Services in Owen Sound on Saturday, July 7th, 2007 in her 57th year. Camilla was the loving and devoted mother of John and Theresa SILVERTHORN and is survived by their father Jack SILVERTHORN. She was the dear sister of Catherine and Sheumas FAY, Francis and Brenda MORAN, Helen and Frank BEIRNES, Patricia and Bill SCOTT, John and Brenda MORAN and Jerome MORAN. Sister-in-law of Wayne BATTERMAN, Eric and Betty SILVERTHORN, Eldon and Betty- Jean SILVERTHORN, Brian and Elaine MUNDLE, Ivan SILVERTHORN, Sue SILVERTHORN and Brian and Holly SILVERTHORN. Also survived by her mother-in-law Marion SILVERTHORN. She will be sadly missed by her several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her parents: Frank and Mary MORAN, her father-in-law: Irvin SILVERTHORN, a sister: Lorena BATTERMAN and a sister-in-law Donna MORAN. Friends are invited to call at the Currie Funeral Home in Chatsworth on Tuesday afternoon and evening 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m., where Prayers will be said on Tuesday evening at 9 p.m. thence to Saint Paul's Roman Catholic Church in Dornoch where Mass of Christian Burial will be said by Father Steve LACROIX on Wednesday morning at 11 a.m. Interment: Shiloh Cemetery. As expressions of sympathy, if so desired, memorial contributions to the Canadian Cancer Society or a charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family.

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MORAN o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2007-11-23 published
KEFFER, Stella Mary (née MORAN)
In Durham on Wednesday, November 21, 2007. Stella (née MORAN) of Durham in her 90th year. Wife of the late Charles KEFFER. Loved mother of Leonard (Kay) of Owen Sound, Donald of Brampton, Philip (Kathleen) of Durham, Paul of Elmwood, Jerome of Ailsa Craig, Johnny (Linda) of Guelph and the late Edward. Sadly missed by 13 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. The family will receive Friends at the Fawcett-McEachern Funeral Home and Cremation Centre, Durham on Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at Saint Peter's Church, Durham at 10: 30 a.m. on Monday, November 26, 2007. Interment Saint Paul's Cemetery, Dornoch.

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MORAN o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2007-01-10 published
Flora Kathleen (Kay) McALLISTER
In loving memory of Flora Kathleen (Kay) McALLISTER, September 15, 1923 - December 28, 2006.
Kay McALLISTER, a resident of the Pioneer Manor, Sudbury, and formerly of Spring Bay, died at the Laurentian Site of the Manor on Thursday, December 28, 2006 at the age of 83 years.
She was born at Spring Bay, daughter of the late George and Margaret McCOLEMAN) CAMPBELL. Kay enjoyed quilting and had spent much of her life working alongside Gordon on their farm. Her greatest joy and pleasure was her family. She was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother, and had dedicated her life to her family. Many wonderful memories will be cherished by all. Kay was predeceased by her beloved husband Gordon, June 2, 2001. Dearly loved and loving mother of Larry and Shirley of Naughton, Linda McLEAN and Peter HALL of Copper Cliff, Jack and Terri of Massey and Ron of Copper Cliff. Proud grandmother of Anita and Gerry, Tom, Tammy and Brian, Darren and Zacha, Darcy, Brad and Marie, Becky, Brenna and Ashley and great grandchildren Anthony, Johnny, Sarah, Aiden, Mickie Lynn and Casey.
Dear sister of Annabelle McCORMICK of Gore Bay, Eileen and Roy MORAN of Toronto, Ken and Doreen CAMPBELL of Spring Bay, Doug and Monica CAMPBELL of Toronto. Predeceased by sisters Julie WEST, Lois JONES, Wanda ANDERSON, Verzella JEFFKINS and Betty JEFFKINS. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Friends called at the Culgin Funeral Home on Tuesday after 7.00 p.m. The funeral service was conducted in the Wm. G. Turner Chapel on Wednesday, January 3, 2007 at 11.00 a.m. with Reverend Mary Jo ECKERT TRACY officiating. Interment in Grimesthorpe Cemetery. In remembrance, donations to the Alzheimers Society would be appreciated.

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MORAN o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2007-01-10 published
Annabelle Margaret McCORMICK
In loving memory of Annabelle Margaret McCORMICK, a resident of the Manitoulin Lodge, Gore Bay and formerly of Spring Bay. Annabelle McCORMICK died at the Lodge on Wednesday, January 3, 2007 at the age of 80 years.
She was born at Spring Bay, daughter of the late George and Margaret (McCOLEMAN) CAMPBELL. Belle enjoyed quilting and spending time with family. She was married twice. Her first husband Russell KENNEDY predeceased in 1960. She later married Clarence McCORMICK who predeceased in 1989. Dearly loved mother of Doug and his wife Vicki KENNEDY of Spring Bay. Loved grandmother of Douglas and Erica, Cheryl and Darryl and Margaret and great grandchildren Wyatt, Sonja, Johannes, Hunter, Brookelynn, Noah, Kylie, Devon and Jaime. Dear sister of Eileen and Roy MORAN of Toronto, Ken and Doreen CAMPBELL of Spring Bay and Doug and Monica CAMPBELL of Toronto. Predeceased by sisters Kay McALLISTER (December 28, 2006), Julie WEST, Lois JONES, Wanda ANDERSON, Verzella JEFFKINS and Betty JEFFKINS. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Friends called at the Culgin Funeral Home on Thursday after 7.00 p.m. The funeral service was conducted in the William G. Turner Chapel on Friday, January 5, 2007 at 11.00 a.m. With Reverend Mary Jo ECKERT TRACY officiating.
Interment in Grimesthorpe Cemetery.

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MORAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-01-04 published
MORAN, Michael Charles Patrick
By Mary MORAN, Page A16
Husband, son, brother, teacher, businessman, artist, runner, skier, cyclist, adventurer. Born September 12, 1958, in Toronto. Died September 30, 2006, of cancer in Barrie, Ontario, aged 48.
As far back as 1970, I can remember sitting in my 12-year-old brother Michael's bedroom wondering why he had a paperback book sitting on his shelf that seemed to be written for grown ups. The well-worn and well-read book, titled Winners Never Quit, lived in my brother's room for years to come.
From a very young age until his very last breath in life, Mike (who was two years my senior, a twin and the youngest -- by 15 minutes of my four older brothers) astonished me with his dogged approach to life. Winners Never Quit was his mantra to live, and as it turned out, to die by.
Mike had many accomplishments in his 48 years. At the age of 10 he won a half marathon, running it in one hour and 48 minutes. That same summer, he went on to run the Toronto Police Marathon where he held the title (and may still do) as the youngest finisher. He completed the race in approximately five hours in the heat of August, with a police escort, to crowds of disbelieving onlookers cheering him into the Canadian National Exhibition stadium.
By the time Mike turned 23, inspired by the tragic death of our second-eldest brother, he chased his dream that he mapped out on the walls of our basement. He rode his custom-made 10-speed bike around North America, riding 15,500 miles in 15 months -- solo.
Mike continued to have many accomplishments in his adult life. To mention a few, he achieved his Level 4 in Nordic Ski Instructor designation, became technical ski adviser, was a part-time teacher at Seneca College, partnered with his wife in a successful outdoor adventure store, and turned into a competitive adventure racer. Unbeknownst to Mike, he inspired, encouraged, and educated most everyone he met during his remarkable life.
When Mike fell sick in March 2006, it shocked our family and the many people he came to know through his adventures. Doctors and nurses alike could not believe Mike's will to live. He took on his illness like every other challenge in his life -- with steadfast determination. In spite of his best effort to fight his disease, sadly, it soon became clear that he would not win this battle. When Mike faced this harsh reality in the middle of September, he accepted it and insisted on having a party at the hospital the day before he died so people would remember him in a happy atmosphere. He spent the last few pain-filled hours of his life ensuring, he said, the perfect thing to make the hundreds of people that came to visit him feel better. Mike lived his life valiantly and to the fullest even in his final days.
Before he passed on the morning of September 30, he asked us to have a celebration of his life rather than a funeral. Held at one of his favourite golf courses, in a room with a 270-degree view of the spectacular fall colours, more than 600 people came. But unlike a traditional funeral, people did not weep and whisper. They studied the picture-boards of Mike's life, told stories of his adventures, read heartfelt poems and articles and sang cheerful songs in his honour. People walked away not sad for Mike's passing but grateful they knew Mike during his incredibly short time on earth.
For me, watching Mike during this challenging last six months was analogous to the many times I stood on the side of the road or track cheering my lifelong hero on as he ran a race. In spite of the horrific pain he endured, he never ever quit. He is, and will always be, a winner.
Mary is Michael's sister.

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MORAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-07-14 published
MORAN, Paul William Leo
Born September 3rd, 1958 in Pouch Cove, Newfoundland, son of James and Theresa MORAN. Passed peacefully at Saint Michael's Hospital, Toronto, July 11th, 2007. Sorely missed by Shakespeare and Tom, his sisters Suzanne, Christine, Deborah, Sheila and Theresa. His brothers Christopher, Leonard and James, together with his many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and Friends in Newfoundland and Ontario. His love of life and infection humour will be remembered by us all.
Toronto Visitation on Sunday July 15th at the Ralph Day Funeral Home, 180 Danforth Ave. from 1-5 p.m. All his Friends are invited, especially from Cabbagetown and all who knew him at "Whatever" in the Queen St. E. and Jones area.
After which Paul will fly back to his family home in Puch Cove, Newfoundland. to rest with his mother and fathers, sister Bernadette and brother Basil.
Torbay, Newfoundland visitation Wednesday July 18th, 10 to 9 at Cauls Funeral Home, Torbay and after cremation, interment will be at St. Agnes Church, Pouch Cove on Friday, July 20th.
We all give thanks for his love and unfailing Friendship. Thanks also to Nurse Dawn and the staff at Saint Michael's Hospital, Toronto.

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MORAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-09-01 published
MAIER, Karl Robert
October 9, 1933 Zeltweg, Steiermark, Austria - August 30, 2007 Scarborough, Ontario, Canada
Peacefully and with his family at his side, Karl was gently lifted to Heaven by angels after a long illness. Husband, best friend and soul mate to his wife Liesbeth of 53 years, outstanding father to sons Robert (Barbara-Anne) and Richard (Daniela), and to his loving daughter Monica (James); brother to Christl (Otmar) and Heinz (Christine) from Austria and Annemarie (Tony) of Germany. Opa captivated his 7 grandchildren, James, Natalie, Ryan, Erik, Olivia, Benjamin and Isabel with stories about nature and his youth. They will greatly miss his loving and caring guidance. Born in the mountains of Austria and a lover of the outdoors, Karl was an avid downhill skier, fly fisherman, hiker, forester, sailor, windsurfer and golfer. He treasured the cottage that he and Liesbeth built with their own hands on Chandos Lake Ontario. Karl passed these passions on to his children and grandchildren and to anyone who was fortunate enough to enjoy some time up at his 'Pleasant Point'. He came to Canada in 1953 at the age of 19 as a trained tool and die machinist and as an engineer from Voest Alpine in Liezen Austria, landing in Toronto working for English Electric (later General Electric Canada) building Canada's first nuclear turbines and retiring only this year as an entrepreneur and owner of PUMA Engineering, the company he founded in 1979. With a smile that could tame any wild beast, Karl had the ability to make Friends in any type of environment and those Friendships, spanning the globe, have lasted a lifetime. Over the years Karl was always proudly and stubbornly, fair and honest, black 'n' white in his dealings never grey. A special thank you to Karl's long time buddy, Doctor Ed MORAN of Millbrook, Ontario who came to visit every week. Ed was generous with his love and caring advice and the two enjoyed their weekly discussions about books, politics and the 'Black Hole' way out there. A memorial is planned for 2 p.m. on Thursday, September 6th, 2007 at McDougall and Brown Funeral Home, 2900 Kingston Road, Scarborough, Ontario M1M 1N5, 416-267-4656. In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate a donation to Doctor Lorne ZINMAN, Neurologist at Sunnybrook Hospital for his ongoing research into neuromuscular diseases.

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MORAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-09-06 published
MAIER, Karl Robert
October 9, 1933 Zeltweg, Steiermark, Austria - August 30, 2007 Scarborough, Ontario, Canada
Peacefully and with his family at his side, Karl was gently lifted to Heaven by angels after a long illness. Husband, best friend and soul mate to his wife Liesbeth of 53 years, outstanding father to sons Robert (Barbara-Anne) and Richard (Daniela), and to his loving daughter Monica (James); brother to Christl (Otmar) and Heinz (Christine) from Austria and Annemarie (Tony) of Germany. Opa captivated his 7 grandchildren, James, Natalie, Ryan, Erik, Olivia, Benjamin and Isabel with stories about nature and his youth. They will greatly miss his loving and caring guidance. Born in the mountains of Austria and a lover of the outdoors, Karl was an avid downhill skier, fly fisherman, hiker, forester, sailor, windsurfer and golfer. He treasured the cottage that he and Liesbeth built with their own hands on Chandos Lake Ontario. Karl passed these passions on to his children and grandchildren and to anyone who was fortunate enough to enjoy some time up at his 'Pleasant Point'. He came to Canada in 1953 at the age of 19 as a trained tool and die machinist and as an engineer from Voest Alpine in Liezen Austria, landing in Toronto working for English Electric (later GE Canada) building Canada's first nuclear turbines and retiring only this year as an entrepreneur and owner of PUMA Engineering, the company he founded in 1979. With a smile that could tame any wild beast, Karl had the ability to make Friends in any type of environment and those Friendships, spanning the globe, have lasted a lifetime. Over the years Karl was always proudly and stubbornly, fair and honest, black 'n' white in his dealings never grey. A special thank you to Karl's long time buddy, Doctor Ed MORAN of Millbrook, Ontario who came to visit every week. Ed was generous with his love and caring advice and the two enjoyed their weekly discussions about books, politics and the 'Black Hole' way out there. A memorial is planned for 2 p.m. on Thursday, September 6th, 2007 at McDougall and Brown Funeral Home, 2900 Kingston Road, Scarborough, Ontario M1M 1N5, 416-267-4656. In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate a donation to Doctor Lorne ZINMAN, Neurologist at Sunnybrook Hospital for his ongoing research into neuromuscular diseases.

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MORAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-09-12 published
MORAN, James Alexander 'Jim'
Peacefully at his home in London on Friday, September 7, 2007 in his 92nd year. Beloved husband of May, née MATHESON (1990) and devoted father of John (1993) and Michael (1949). Dear uncle of Susan PEPPER and Bill HARPER of London, Barbara and Cam STEWARD/STEWART/STUART of Kincardine, and John BROOK of Toronto. Cherished great-uncle of Michael WOOD (Nicole) of London, Kathryn HARPER (Patrick BEDNAREK) of Montreal, Vicky McGEE (Riley) of Edmonton, Craig STEWARD/STEWART/STUART of Port Colborne, and Michael STEWARD/STEWART/STUART of Banff. Born in London, Jim attended Ryerson Public School and Central Secondary School. He served in the Royal Canadian Army Service Corps in England and northwest Europe, 1940-1945. Following the war, he continued with the Royal Canadian Army Service Corps militia in London, serving as Lieutenant-Colonel, 1957-61. Jim worked in human resources for many years, first at Westminster Department of Veterans Affairs Hospital and latterly at Victoria Hospital. After retiring in 1980, he remained active in the Royal London Military Institute, the Royal Canadian Army Service Corps Officers Association, Wolseley Barracks Officers Mess and contributed as a dedicated volunteer for many service organizations, including Middlesex Kiwanis Club and Meals on Wheels. Jim was grateful to all those Friends, neighbours, and professionals who supported his independence and assisted with his care and comfort in his final years. Friends may call on Friday from 2-5 p.m. at the James A. Harris Funeral Home, 220 Saint_James St. at Richmond, London where the funeral service will be conducted on Sa turday, September 15 at 2: 00 p.m. by Rev. Andrew REID. Memorial contributions to the Victorian Order of Nurses Middlesex-Elgin, 200-1151 Florence Street, London, Ontario N5W 2M7, the Kiwanis Club of Middlesex/London, 78 Riverside Drive, London, Ontario N6H 1B4 or the charity of your choice would be gratefully acknowledged.

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MORAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-09-19 published
MORAN, Anne M.
Passed away peacefully at the Royal Victoria Hospital on Sunday, September 16, 2007 at the age of 87. Beloved wife of the late Bill. Loving mother of Judy and John FUKE, Doctor Kevin and Uta MORAN, Darlene and Sam MANTIONE, David (predeceased) and Myrna, and Gary (predeceased). Proud grandmother of Christine, Matthew, Michael, Annemarie, Margaret, Liam, and Erica. Great-grandmother of Kaitlyn. Survived by her sister Kaye and husband Hugh CUDDIE. Friends may call at the Steckley-Gooderham Funeral Home (Clapperton and Worsley Streets) Barrie, from 7-9 p.m. Thursday, and 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Friday. Funeral Mass at Saint Mary's Catholic Church, 65 Amelia Street, on Saturday September 22, 2007 at 10: 00 a.m. Interment Saint Mary's Cemetery. Donations to the Multiple Sclerosis Society or a charity of your choice would be appreciated. Condolences may be forwarded through www.steckleygooderham.com

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MORAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-11-23 published
ROBERT, Joseph Xavier
(November 2, 1938-November 22, 2007)
Passed away peacefully on November 22nd shortly after his 69th birthday, after valiantly battling illness for over two decades. Beloved husband to Ruth ROBERT (MORAN) for close to 45 years. Loving father to Joseph (Linda SIU,) Mark (Jim JOHNSON) and Doug, and proud grandfather to J.R. and Tori ROBERT. Will be greatly missed by sisters Irene SMEATON, Martha HARDY and Michelle ROBERT as well as brothers Paul ROBERT (Sally) and D'Arcy ROBERT in addition to many nieces, nephews and cousins and his Aunt Irene HATCH (Auntie Smart.) Predeceased by his parents Paul and Aileen ROBERT, Ruth's parents Bob and Lorna MORAN and brothers-in-law Hagood HARDY and Gordon SMEATON. Joe was a larger than life character who will not be forgotten by all those that knew him and loved him. Joe spent his career as a stock broker and in his spare time was an avid and accomplished golfer being a life long member of Rosedale Golf Club. Aside from his love of playing the game, he distinguished himself as a member of the Board of Directors of the Ontario Golf Association and the Board of Governors of the Royal Canadian Golf Association where he participated as a Rules Official for the Canadian Open for over 25 years ultimately taking on the role of the head of the Rules Committee for the Royal Canadian Golf Association. Many thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff at Sunnybrook Hospital for their care and compassion over these past two months and to his doctor, Noah FORMAN, who has taken such wonderful care of Joe over the past 20 years. If desired, the family requests that a donation be made to either The Canadian Diabetes Association, 1400-522 University Ave. Toronto, Ontario M5G 2R5 (diabetes.ca) or to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario 2300 Yonge Street, Suite 1300 P.O. Box 2414 Toronto, Ontario M4P 1E4 (heartandstroke.ca)
Funeral Service will be held at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church on St. Clair Avenue East, one block west of Mt. Pleasant, on Monday November 26 at 2: 00 p.m. Interment, Mount Pleasant Cemetery, followed by a reception to celebrate Joe's life.

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MORAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-12-11 published
COOPER, Allan
Peacefully, at Ian Anderson House on December 9, 2007 after a heroic battle with cancer. Born September 20, 1945, Al is predeceased by his father Stanley Allan COOPER, survived by his 97 year-old mother, Isabelle Newcham COOPER. Loving and devoted husband of 23 years to Karen, cherished father of Tom and Alicia. Fondly remembered by his in-laws Tom and Mona MORAN; brother-in-law to Damian, and Kevin and Tracie. 'Special' Uncle to Sarah and Hannah. A man of tremendous honesty and integrity, Al was uncompromising in his principles. Never too busy to stop and say hello to those he knew, and those he didn't necessarily know, Al always put others first. His family extended to hundreds as he genuinely appreciated and respected the efforts of all those who supported him, directly and indirectly, in his various positions throughout his career. Most recently as Chief Executive Officer of The Canadian Depository for Securities Limited, Al was highly respected in his field, both domestically and internationally. Having lost his arm to a very rare form of cancer, Al was truly overwhelmed by the volume of messages of support and encouragement received from around the world. An avid skier and accomplished golfer, Al was particularly attached to the Collingwood area where, over the last 35 years, he enjoyed the tranquillity of his 'oasis' and looked forward to spending quality time with family and Friends. Always remembered for that eternal smile and twinkle in his eye right to the end, Al had a presence that will be sadly missed by his family, Friends and business colleagues. Sincere thanks to this team of dedicated and compassionate specialists: Doctor Howard Seiden, Doctor Brian O'Sullivan, Doctor Peter Ferguson, Doctor David Hogg, Dr. Robert Sauls and Doctor John Radwan and their respective nursing support personnel. Warm thanks also to the staff and volunteers of Ian Anderson House where Al spent his last couple of days. Friends may call at the Turner and Porter 'Peel' Chapel, 2180 Hurontario Street, Mississauga, (Hwy. 10 north of Queen Elizabeth Way), on Tuesday from 7-9 p.m. and Wednesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Mass will be held at St. Christopher's Roman Catholic Church, 1171 Clarkson Road, Mississauga, on Thursday, December 20, 2007 at 11 a.m. If desired, memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or Ian Anderson House.

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MORANIS o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-09-10 published
MORANIS, Terry June (June 9, 1954-September 10, 2006)
Thinking of you everyday. We miss you very much. Love Sadie, Jules, Stephen, Monica and Rebecca

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MORANT o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-12-04 published
McCARTHY, Sister Mary Josephine "Jo", RSCJ
Born in Quebec City on August 4, 1918, Sister McCarthy died at Barat Residence, 1455 Summer Street, Halifax, on December 1, 2007. She was a daughter of the late William A. McCARTHY and Rosa D. RUSSELL. Jo entered the Society of the Sacred Heart in 1937 in Albany, New York where she made her first vows in 1940 and final vows in 1946. Her early education took place in Quebec City where she attended the High School of the Religious of Jesus-Marie in Sillery. She went on to attend Laval University, Seattle University, Université de Montréal and the University of San Francisco where she obtained an M.A. in Theology. Jo began her teaching career in Vancouver in 1940 and subsequently taught in Montreal and was Mistress General in Sacred Heart Schools in Winnipeg and Halifax. Jo had a great love for her students and in turn was greatly loved and appreciated by all those who benefited from her care and compassion. She had a strong love for the Church and in 1978, she eagerly responded to the call to serve the Church of Canada as Ecumenical Officer at the Canadian Council of Catholic Bishops in Ottawa, a position that she held for several years. After this she moved to Toronto where she served with the Paulist Priests in Ecumenism. She served in the leadership of the Religious of the Sacred Heart in Canada as member of the Provincial Council on several occasions. She also contributed to the International Community of Religious of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Rome as a translator. Jo began her retirement at Residence Sophie Barat in Montreal in 1996 and came to Halifax to take up residence at Barat Residence in 2001. She was predeceased by her parents brother, William McCARTHY, and sister, Rosa MORANT. She is survived by her loving sisters, Helen HOOPER and Mary MOORE, Toronto several nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. A Vigil will be held in the chapel of Barat Residence today at 4 p.m. The Liturgy of the Resurrection will take place on Tuesday, December 4, at 3 p.m. in the chapel of Barat Residence, Bishop Emeritus James M. Hayes presiding. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Sacred Heart School of Halifax, 5820 Spring Garden Rd., Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 1X8.

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MORASH o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2007-10-02 published
HOLK, Terrence Edward
At Grove Park Nursing Home in Barrie on Saturday, September 29th, 2007, at the age of 85, Terry HOLK of Barrie and formerly of Port Elgin passed away. Husband of the former Helen TRAVIS. Father of Mavis and her husband Allan SHANKS of Wheatley. Grandfather of Brian and his wife Dawn of Houston, Texas, Stepfather of Tammie and her husband Danny MORASH of Barrie, Andre Robert and Kelly CLARK of Port Hope and Tanya and her husband Scott THEDE of Port Elgin. Brother of Frank and his wife Reta of Hamilton. He is survived by grandchildren Samantha, Kelly, Cory, Ashley, Colton, Garett, Brad and Elisa and by many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his first wife Mavis and son Terrence. Friends may call at the W. Kent Milroy Port Elgin Chapel, 510 Mill Street, Port Elgin, (Town of Saugeen Shores) from 7: 00 to 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 2nd, and from 2: 00 to 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday. Funeral services will be conducted in the chapel on Wednesday at 4: 00 p.m. with the Rev. Margaret GREENHOW officiating. Interment Sanctuary Park Cemetery. Memorial contributions to the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #340 Poppy Fund would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy. The Royal Canadian Legion Branch #340, Port Elgin will hold a memorial service in the chapel on Tuesday evening at 6: 45 p.m. Memorial and portrait online at www.milroyfuneralhomes.com

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MORASH o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2007-10-03 published
HOLK, Terrence Edward
At Grove Park Nursing Home in Barrie on Saturday, September 29th, 2007, at the age of 85, Terry HOLK of Barrie and formerly of Port Elgin passed away. Husband of the former Helen TRAVIS. Father of Mavis and her husband Allan SHANKS of Wheatley. Grandfather of Brian and his wife Dawn of Fort Worth, Texas, and Robin HOLK of Hamilton. Stepfather of Tammie and her husband Danny MORASH of Barrie, Andre Robert and Kelly CLARK of Port Hope and Tanya and her husband Scott THEDE of Port Elgin. Brother of Frank and his wife Reta of Hamilton. He is survived by grandchildren Samantha, Kelly, Cory, Ashley, Colton, Garett, Brad and Elisa and by many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his first wife Mavis and son Terrence. Friends may call at the W. Kent Milroy Port Elgin Chapel, 510 Mill Street, Port Elgin, (Town of Saugeen Shores) from 7: 00 to 9: 00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 2nd, and from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday. Funeral services will be conducted in the chapel on Wednesday at 4: 00 p.m. with the Rev. Margaret GREENHOW officiating. Interment Sanctuary Park Cemetery. Memorial contributions to the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #340 Poppy Fund would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy. The Royal Canadian Legion Branch #340, Port Elgin will hold a memorial service in the chapel on Tuesday evening at 6: 45 p.m. Memorial and portrait online at www.milroyfuneralhomes.com

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MORASUTTI o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-07-18 published
MORASUTTI, Pompea (née BRATTI)
Peacefully in her sleep at home in her 105th year on Sunday, July 15, 2007. Pompea, beloved wife of the late William (Guglielmo). Loving mother of Melvin and his wife Norma and Vivian and her husband Luciano MANZON. Nonna Pea will be missed by Susan and Simon ASARO, Cathy and Sal LUNETTA, Bill and Lisa, Bill and Mary, Janet and Dave BIDINI, and Melanie and Dwayne Gale. Great-grandmother of Nicholas, Billy, Daniella, Laura, Joanna, Stephanie, Jennifer, Julia, Cecilia, Lorenzo and Sophia. Predeceased by her 13 brothers and sisters. She will be missed by her many nieces and nephews. Family and Friends will be received at the Ward Funeral Home - Weston Chapel, 2035 Weston Road (North of Lawrence Ave.) on Wednesday from 2-4 and 6-9 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Our Lady of the Assumption, 2565 Bathurst Street, Toronto on Thursday, July 19, 2007 at 10 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. A special thank you to Maria for your care. Memorial contributions may be made to the Villa Leonardo Gambin, 40 Friuli Court, Woodbridge, Ontario L4L 9T3. Condolences may be sent to pompea.morasutti@wardfh.com

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MORAVEC o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-07-28 published
MORAVEC, Col. Bohumil Jan " Bob"
Passed away in Kensington Gardens in Toronto on Sunday, July 15th, 2007 in his 94th year. Beloved husband of Georgina MORAVEC, dear brother, uncle and great uncle, army officer, traveler, huntsman, writer and great friend to many, he will be sadly missed by family and Friends in Canada, U.S.A. and Czech Republic. Memorial service will be held at Kensington Gardens in Toronto (North building), 45 Brunswick Avenue, on Wednesday August 1st, 2007 at 14: 30. In lieu of flowers a donation to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated.

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MORAWETZ o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-06-15 published
MORAWETZ, Oskar
On Wednesday, June 13, 2007 at Leaside Retirement Residence. Oskar MORAWETZ, loving father and father-in-law of Claudia MORAWETZ and Kevin TAIT/TAITE/TATE, and Richard MORAWETZ and Marzena PEKALA. Dear brother and brother-in-law of Herbert and Cathleen MORAWETZ, John and Maureen MORAWETZ, and Sonja and the late Richard SINCLAIR. Devoted grandfather of Andrea and Heidi. A memorial service and reception will take place Thursday, June 28th at 7: 00 p.m. at Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Building, 80 Queens Park, Toronto. If desired, memorial donations may be made to the Oskar Morawetz Entrance Scholarship in Music, University of Toronto, 416-946-3580, or to Parkinson's Society of Canada, 416-227-9700, or the Regent Park School of Music, 416-364-8900.

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MORAWETZ o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-06-20 published
Czech wartime refugee became one of Canada's greatest composers
Originally a pianist, he forced himself to write a fugue a week until he had mastered composition. He rejected avant-garde electronic and 12-tone techniques in favour of laments and tributes that probably drew inspiration from his memories of Europe, writes Sandra MARTIN
By Sandra MARTIN, Page S9
A Czech refugee from Nazism, Oskar MORAWETZ was 23 when he arrived in Toronto, but he remained a European in his sensibilities and his musicianship throughout his long and prolific career as one of Canada's best known and most frequently performed composers. Known for his deep emotion, lyricism and melodic line, Prof. MORAWETZ wrote more than 100 orchestral and chamber works, including Carnival Overture, Piano Concerto No. 1, Memorial to Martin Luther King and From the Diary of Anne Frank. His music, both vocal and instrumental, was performed by such musicians as Glenn GOULD, Maureen Forrester, Ben Heppner, Anton Kuerti, Yo-Yo Ma, Lois Marshall and Zubin Mehta.
His knowledge of the great European composers was encyclopedic, which made him a valuable teacher and mentor. In his own work, he eschewed his colleagues' embrace of avant-garde electronic and 12-tone techniques in favour of deeply felt emotional laments and tributes that probably drew their inspiration from his memories of Czechoslovakia, as it was before Hitler occupied the country, and the trauma both of his own escape and the horrific fate of many of his Friends and extended family members.
Pianist Mr. Kuerti remembered Prof. MORAWETZ as a composer "whose eclectic style was reminiscent of music written 50 to 75 years earlier, as were, among others, Bach and Brahms in their time.
"He was in no way experimental or avant-garde, during a time when radical innovation and destruction of tradition were highly prized by the critics and other would-be oracles, if not by the general public. For this he earned considerable disdain. But his music is absolutely sincere, just as his personality was, and it was extremely well crafted and has a distinct aroma of its own.
"He had an uncanny memory for a great deal of music from the past, and from his acquaintance with it he knew thoroughly all about balance, form, orchestration and sound colours. Had he been a visual artist, one would admire how wonderfully he could draw, rather than just splash paint on a canvas. I think some of his best works should continue to keep a foothold in the repertoire."
As well as two Juno awards, three senior fellowships from the Canada Council and a Golden Jubilee Medal, Prof. MORAWETZ was awarded the Orders of Ontario and Canada. Although he could speak several languages, he never lost his heavy Czech accent.
Oskar MORAWETZ was born January 17, 1917, in Svetla nad Sazavou, Czechoslovakia, the second son of four children of a secular Jewish couple, Richard and Frida (GLASER) MORAWETZ. His father made his living running jute factories that had been founded by his grandfather. When Oskar was 3, the family moved to Upice, a mill town in the foothills of the Sudeten mountains in western Czechoslovakia, where Mr. MORAWETZ and his older brother owned a jute factory, although they continued to spend their summers at the ancestral family estate in Svetla. As a child, Oskar loved building blocks, playing the piano and listening to music. When he was 10, his father moved the family to Prague so that the children could attend high school. They lived in a large apartment in the centre of Prague close to theatres and coffee houses and enjoyed an affluent, cultured lifestyle, complete with skiing vacations at Christmas and Easter.
By 1932, Mr. MORAWETZ was president of the International Cotton Congress, and Oskar was studying piano and theory at the Prague conservatoire under Karel Hoffmeister and Jaroslav Kricka, in addition to his academic classes. Fascinated by music, Oskar was barely interested in other subjects and did poorly in school despite extra tutoring. He graduated in 1935 and then suffered such a severe nervous breakdown (exacerbated by a fear that his fingers would lose the ability to play the piano) that his parents took him to Vienna to see a psychiatrist, who treated him for several weeks before the overwhelming sadness lifted.
Oskar had such an acutely developed ability to sight-read orchestral scores that George Szell recommended him for a position as assistant conductor of the Prague Opera. Despite his longing to become a musician, he never questioned his father's wish that he take forestry at university. In 1937, two years after he began studying forestry, he finally won his father's permission to move to Vienna to study piano. A year later, after he watched Adolf Hitler parade through the streets of Vienna, the anti-Semitism he had already endured increased dramatically and, following a run-in with the Gestapo, he headed home to Prague.
That September, England and France signed the Munich Agreement, giving Germany the Sudetenland, the sections of Czechoslovakia that were heavily populated with Germans and contained most of the country's fortifications. Mr. MORAWETZ sent Oskar to Paris, ostensibly to study music, but really to get him out of the country, and sent his son John and daughter Sonja to England. On March 15, 1939, Hitler marched his troops into Prague, slept in the Royal Castle and boasted that Czechoslovakia had ceased to exist. Mr. MORAWETZ was doubly marked because of his Friendship with political leaders Jan Masaryk and Edward Benes. Nevertheless, he managed to acquire exit permits for himself and his wife and fled to England, then sailed for Canada, arriving in September of 1939.
Oskar, thinking he was safe in Paris, where he was enjoying his musical life immensely, had declined to accompany his parents. But he was treated like an enemy alien and his bank account was frozen. After a series of harrowing near-arrests, he acquired an exit visit that took him from France to Italy by way of Switzerland, where he was helped by a former business associate of his father. In March of 1940, three months before the fall of France, he flew from Rome to the Canary Islands and boarded a ship sailing to the Dominican Republic. From there, he set off for Canada, landing on June 17, 1940. His brother Herbert and sister Sonja had come here in December of 1939; his brother John and his bride Maureen arrived after the war in November of 1946. The family was finally safely reunited in Toronto, although many of their relatives had been murdered in concentration camps. By then, Oskar, who had been rejected for military service because a chest X-ray had revealed dormant tuberculosis cells, had become a naturalized Canadian citizen.
From afar, Oskar had seen Canada as a cultural backwater, but it actually provided him with a nurturing artistic environment. He lived with his parents and dedicated himself to studying music. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in music (1944) and a doctorate in composition (1953) from the University of Toronto, studying under Leo SMITH and Albert GUERRERO -- two of his fellow piano students were Mr. GOULD and John Beckwith. Initially, he wanted to be a pianist, but because he had to write an original composition to complete the prerequisites for his bachelor's degree, he forced himself to write a fugue a week.
"He was very frustrated at first," said his daughter Claudia, "but after writing 40 or 50 of them, he found them easier to do." His graduate composition was his first string quartet, Opus 1, and it won a Composers, Authors, and Publishers Association of Canada award. In 1946, he began teaching at the Royal Conservatory of Music, was appointed to the faculty of the University of Toronto as an assistant professor six years later, where he continued to teach composition and harmony for the next three decades.
On June 7, 1958, at the age of 40, he married Ruth SHIPMAN, a pianist and piano teacher from London, Ontario, in a ceremony at Bloor Street United Church in Toronto. (Mr. GOULD played the organ.) The MORAWETZes settled in a house in Forest Hill, with him occupying an upstairs room furnished with a Heintzman piano and a large oak desk, where he composed music. There was a second piano in the living room, a Steinway grand, that Prof. MORAWETZ played occasionally, but it was used much more frequently by his wife, who gave music lessons there. Her office, aside from the kitchen, was in the basement.
Two years after his wedding, Prof. MORAWETZ won the first of three Senior Arts Fellowships from the Canada Council, which gave the young couple the opportunity to travel in Europe, attending concerts and making connections with musicians and, coincidentally, conceiving Claudia, their first child (now a computer scientist) who was born in 1962. Their son Richard (an economist) followed in 1966.
About this time, Russian cellist Mstislav Rostropovich asked Prof. MORAWETZ to compose a work for cello and orchestra. He said later that he was having trouble finding the inspiration to write a note until he watched the "slow, sad and very moving" funeral procession for Martin Luther King in Atlanta, three days after the civil-rights leader's assassination on April 4, 1968. When he saw the inscription on Rev. King's gravestone, taken from his favourite spiritual - "Free at last, thank God Almighty I am free at last!" - he resolved to write a work dedicated to Rev. King's memory: "I saw clearly in front of me the form, content and orchestration of my composition." Memorial to Martin Luther King was first performed by the Montreal Symphony Orchestra in Another death, long after the fact, inspired another of his memorable musical eulogies. In a radio interview in 1990, Prof. MORAWETZ spoke about the inspiration for From the Diary of Anne Frank (1970), explaining that he hadn't read the diary when it was published in the early 1950s because it reminded him too painfully of the fate of so many of his Friends and family members. When he read it in 1968, he was haunted by the entry in which Anne writes about her friend Hanneli Goslar ("Lies Goosens" in the published diary), who was arrested and sent to a concentration camp while the Frank family was in hiding in Amsterdam. The two girls met up again briefly in Bergen-Belsen in the last months of the war. "I still think it's the most moving passage of the whole book… [it] is nothing else but a prayer for the survival of her friend Lies," Prof. MORAWETZ once said. Soprano Lois Marshall premiered the work with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra in May of 1970.
Prof. MORAWETZ's marriage was not a harmonious one. The couple separated in 1982 and divorced two years later. At 67, Prof. MORAWETZ found himself not only divorced, but retired from his teaching job at the U of T. After some initial dilemmas about housekeeping, he settled happily into a busy lifestyle of composing, giving guest lectures and travelling for most of the next decade. He gave his last performance as a pianist in March, 1992. Two years later, the Elmer Iseler Singers sang one of his last major commissions, Prayer for Freedom, at the inaugural concert in the North York Performing Arts Centre. The work, which was commissioned by the Canada Council, draws on two anti-slavery poems written by 19th-century African-American writer Frances E.W. Harper, reflects Prof. MORAWETZ's thematic commitment to human rights and social justice.
The following year, in May of 1995, he went back to Prague, the city he had fled nearly 60 years earlier. He fell into a depression that was compounded by his failing eyesight and the arthritis that stiffened his fingers and made it difficult for him to play the piano. The breakdown may have been a reverberation of the severe depression he suffered as a teenager, with both episodes linked by a fear of being cut off from his music. He was never able to compose music again.
Six years later, he fell and hit his head, suffering brain damage that severely affected his memory and his ability to express himself. In 2002, after being diagnosed with Parkinson's syndrome, he moved into a retirement home in Toronto. Several symphony orchestras in Canadian cities, including Toronto, Edmonton and Ottawa played concerts of his works in January to celebrate his 90th birthday, and the University of Toronto music faculty organized a tribute to the man and the musician.
Oskar MORAWETZ was born on January 17, 1917, in Svetla nad Sazavou, Czechoslovakia. He died in his sleep at Leaside Retirement Residence in Toronto on June 13, 2007, of complications from Parkinson's syndrome. He was 90. He is survived by two children, two grandchildren and extended family. There will be a memorial service on June 28 at 7 p.m. in Walter Hall at the U of T's Edward Johnson building.

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MORBEY o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-07-24 published
WIGHTMAN, Ruth Naomi (née SINGLETON) (1924-2007)
Passed away in Kingston on July 22, 2007, surrounded by her four children. She was predeceased by H.D. "Hank", her husband for 52 wonderful years. Ruth was the loved and loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother of Joe (and Chris) and their children Andrew, Beth, and Peter; Mary (and Phil) PROSPERO and their children Joe and Robert; Susan (and Phil) MORBEY and their children Naomi (and Jessee) RODRIGUEZ (and their children Elowyn and Caladh,) David, Eddie, and Andrew; and Tom (and his former wife Mary-Jean McINTYRE) and their children Douglas, Anne-Marie, and Spencer. She was the sister of Ross and Dick SINGLETON and was predeceased by her brother Pat and parents Omer and Naomi. Born in 1924, Ruth was raised in Saskatchewan, obtained her B.Sc. (U. Manitoba) and moved to Ontario. She loved the cottage, playing bridge, cryptic crosswords, and reading, and was known for her high intelligence, witty correspondence, and thoughtfulness. She will be sadly missed by her family and many Friends. The family will receive Friends at the Wartman Funeral Home, 448…Camden Rd. at Newburgh Rd., Napanee K7R 1G1, (613-354-3722) on Tuesday 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service in the Chapel on Wednesday, July 25, 2007 at 1: 30 p.m. Friends wishing to make a donation in her name are asked to consider Care Canada or TVO.

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MORBROOK o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-10-24 published
CHARLTON, Isabel Leask (née FINDLAY) (1911-2007)
Died peacefully at Queen's Square Terrace, Cambridge, Ontario October 20, 2007. Predeceased by her husband David S., her dear sons Tony, David and Bill and her sisters Betty WOOD and Margaret AMBROSE. Loving 'Granny' to Eleanor, Ted, Ian (Sara,) Brefney, Jenny, Emma, Andrea (Jonathan WILLSON), Gillian (Michael FULLILOVE) and Gordon and her four great-grandchildren Abigail, Sam and Lucy CHARLTON and Patrick FULLILOVE. Dear mother-in-law to Joan, Anne and Janet. Aunt of Fiona WOOD, Judy AMBROSE, Tim CHARLTON, Diane WOODSIT, Louise WOOD and Jim AMBROSE. The family would like to thank the devoted staff of Queen's Square Terrace, Lisa (Bayshore Services,) Anne HIGGINSON and loyal friend Theresa (Trisha) MORBROOK. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Scott Mission, 502 Spadina Ave., Toronto, Ontario M5S 2H1, Central Presbyterian Church, 7 Queen's Square, Cambridge, Ontario N1S 1H4 or a charity of your choice. A memorial service will be held at Central Presbyterian Church, Cambridge, Ontario on November 10, 2007 at 2: 00 p.m.

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MORBY o@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.stayner.stayner_sun 2007-11-07 published
TROTT, Jim (November 4, 1944-October 29, 2007)
Suddenly at home in his 63rd year. Beloved husband of Sandra (MORBY;) loving father of Lori and son-in-law John CLARKE of Creemore, Natasha of Glencairn, and Alana and son-in-law Robert McCLEARY of Glencairn. Cherished Popa to Jackson and Presley CLARKE and Wyatt McCLEARY. Jim will be sadly missed by his brothers Bill and his wife Betty, Murray, Norm and his wife Krys, Howard, and sister Bonnie and her partner Doug; and by his sisters-in-law Helen and her husband Terry and Barb and her husband Herb. "Uncle" Jim will be sadly missed by his many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his parents Edward and Lorraine TROTT, brother Alan and son James Jr. Jimmy was a loyal and trusted friend and will be greatly missed by his many Friends. Visitation was held on Thursday, November 1, 2007 at Fawcett Funeral Homes -- Creemore Chapel, 182 Mill Street, from 2-4 and 7-9 in the evening. A Memorial Service took place on Friday, November 2, 2007 at 11: 00 a.m. at Saint_Johns United Church, 192 Mill Street, Creemore. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Avening United Church, Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Hospital for Sick Children would be appreciated by the family. Friends may visit the on-line memorial at www.fawcettfuneralhomes.com
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MORDEN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-06-13 published
HUBAND, Mildred Frances (MORDEN)
On Monday, June 11, 2007, one day short of her 103rd birthday, at Belmont House, Toronto. Predeceased by her husband Doctor Allen R. HUBAND. Mildred HUBAND was born and educated in Hamilton, Ontario, where she taught school before joining her husband as companion and helpmate during 50 years of dedicated work in the United Church of Canada. They served churches in Brantford, Chesley and Woodstock, Ontario, before moving to Calgary in 1940, Winnipeg in 1948, and finally to Kingsway Lambton United Church in Toronto in 1955. After retirement in 1967, she continued to serve the Church with her husband in various capacities while at the same time enjoying cottage life at Lake of the Woods and winters in Florida. In 1992 the HUBAND's moved to Belmont House, Toronto. Mildred HUBAND was a woman of considerable tact, charm and kindness. She was a skilled artist and talented craftswoman and above all, she was known for her sense of fun and her incredible enthusiasm for life. After more than a century of living, she has left a warm and enduring legacy and will be sadly missed by her four children: Rolph (and Eleanor) of Oakville, Ontario; Charles (and Marilyn) of Winnipeg, Manitoba; Mary (and Kenneth HARDY) of Ottawa, Ontario; and Donald (and Ann) of Guelph, Ontario; also by 12 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and four nieces. She will be fondly remembered by the congregations she and Allen HUBAND served, as well as by a host of Friends. There will be a private cremation. The family extends special thanks and appreciation to the staff at Belmont House, especially the nursing team, and in particular to Rose CADIOGAN for her kindness. A Service of Remembrance will be held at Kingsway Lambton United Church, 85 The Kingsway, Toronto, on Wednesday, July 4, at 2: 00 p.m. The Family will receive Friends at a reception following the service in the Ladies Parlour of the Kingsway Lambton Church.

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MORDEN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-10-17 published
MacFARLANE, Ross
On Tuesday, October 16, 2007 of cancer in his 58th year at his beloved cottage. Survived by his loving wife Kathy, daughters Patricia (Christopher) BENNETT and Jennifer (Joshua) BRANSFIELD and granddaughters Ashley, Abigail and Hailey. He will be lovingly remembered by his father Ronald M. MacFARLANE, sisters Frances (John) HARDING and Gillian (Neil) McCARNEY and their families, mother-in-law Patricia MORDEN and sister-in-law Anne (Brian) MORDEN- MAYES. Friends may call at the Turner and Porter "Peel" Chapel, 2180 Hurontario Street, Mississauga, (Hwy. 10 north of Queen Elizabeth Way), from 6-9 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday. Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Friday, October 19 2007 at 11 a.m. Cremation to follow with interment in Wellington, Prince Edward County. If desired, donations may be made to the charity of your choice.

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