MOREAU o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2007-12-29 published
MANGER, Marguerite Isobel (née NOBLE)
Suddenly at Grey Bruce Health Services, Owen Sound on Thursday, December 27, 2007. Marg MANGER (née NOBLE) of Owen Sound in her 79th year. Beloved wife of the late Henry James MANGER. Dear mother of Susan and her husband Don YOUNG, Francis and her husband Julian MOREAU, Kathy and her husband Joe SWITZER, Henry MANGER and his wife Cheryl, Phillip MANGER and his wife Judy, David MANGER, Stephen MANGER and his wife Chris, Roxanne MANGER, Vincent MANGER and Blake MANGER. Sadly missed by twenty-three grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Also survived by two brothers Ralph NOBLE and his wife Nancy and Mel NOBLE. Predeceased by two brothers Ken and Norman NOBLE and two sisters Alice and Brenda NOBLE. Friends are invited to the Tannahill Funeral Home 519-376-3710 for visiting on Sunday from 2-4 and 7- 9 p.m. The funeral service will be conducted in the chapel on Monday morning at 11 o'clock. Interment, Glendale Memorial Gardens, Etobicoke. Memorial donations to the Grey Bruce Animal Shelter or the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated.

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MORELLI o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2007-06-07 published
HILSDEN resourceful, considerate helper
By Scott DUNN, Thursday, June 07, 2007
Larry HILSDEN rarely had time to stand still.
The easygoing local landlord of mostly dilapidated buildings always had another faucet to fix or stove to scrounge parts for, so he kept moving to the next task. It was common for him to be working in someone's apartment at 11 p.m.
He was killed by James MORELLI, 34, who was HILSDEN's tenant. MORELLI pleaded guilty on Wednesday to manslaughter and other charges and was sent to prison for five years.
MORELLI was living in a house under renovation with no working bathroom. He was doing work for HILSDEN around the house, including siding it, a court document says.
The night MORELLI unintentionally killed HILSDEN with a kick to the head, he had been arguing with HILSDEN about fixing the bathroom and he wanted a rent receipt. HILSDEN rebuked him for the quality of some of MORELLI's work, said the document, which was filed by the defence based on Crown disclosure of information.
HILSDEN was a slum landlord in some people's books. But that was a matter of perspective.
His tenants were often dangling from society's lowest rung, with no way to afford anything better.
Often they clung to HILSDEN for shelter and support. They depended on his tolerance for late payment.
Not all his tenants were marginalized; some just appreciated his affordable rents.
"He cut everybody a deal, or give them a break, to people who couldn't pay money at the time," Ken HILSDEN said, Larry's next oldest brother. "He'd never turn anybody away."
One of them was James MORELLI. About 2000 MORELLI arrived in Owen Sound on a bus and ended up living in HILSDEN's own house. HILSDEN supported him and paid for him to get his driver's licence. HILSDEN moved Jamie, as he's known, into another of his houses, HILSDEN's family members said.
Larry HILSDEN "bent over backwards" for MORELLI, Ken HILSDEN said.
Larry HILSDEN was a busy man, but easygoing, with a ready smile. He would slap his leg when he laughed, remembered Judy HILSDEN, his sister-in-law.
He would arrive late and leave early from family gatherings, if he got there at all. One had been scheduled to take place a few weeks after he was killed. He'd vowed at the previous gathering never to miss another one because he had so much fun.
"He only worked on urgent and important," said brother-in-law Jim Austin.
"And the list of urgent and critical was never-ending," Ken HILSDEN said.
It was common for HILSDEN to work 20-hour days before spending a month in his favourite vacation site, Rio de Janeiro.
He bought most of his properties in the 1990s, about when his downtown stereo shop, Hilsden Sight and Sound, wound down. By one count he owned 58 properties when he was killed.
For a time Larry HILSDEN owned the Savoy Theatre, now an office and apartment building just north of the Grey Granite Club. He owned the bowling alley nearby, and a Texaco Service Station on 9th Avenue East.
He also owned the Edgewater Inn, once the place to dine in Owen Sound, but not by the time he bought it; the Rock'N Roll dance bar at Sauble Beach and Ted and Grace's hamburger stand near the legion. "He tried everything," Ron HILSDEN said.
He worked in Waterloo at Mutual Life doing data processing and then he did similar work at PPG in Owen Sound.
HILSDEN showed a can-do attitude early.
In the early 1970s there were two computers in Owen Sound and Larry leased time on one at an accounting firm, then used it to do contract computing jobs for other local companies.
"Basically he didn't like working for somebody else," Ron HILSDEN said. "He was a hard worker," said his sister, Nancy Austin.
Ken HILSDEN recalled being "in awe" of his resourceful brother as a teenager.
Larry once bought a'65 Galaxy with a smashed back end. He welded the good front half to back half of another Galaxy he scrounged. Larry was Ken's mentor and inspiration for tackling his own automotive jobs.
Larry HILSDEN married twice and had two kids, Jeff, 42, and Keri, 39. When his first wife died he remarried briefly time but that ended. There are three grandchildren.
At the sentencing Wednesday, Ron HILSDEN said his brother was best man at his wedding and was the person to call for advice. "Until someone or something is gone you don't know their true value."

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MORENZ o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-10-11 published
MORENZ, George N.
Of Etobicoke. In his 77th year, on October 7, 2007 after a battle with cancer, at Trillium General. His wife Helen, children Robert (GUYLAINE), Terry (Sharon), Phil (Chaz), Kyla (George PATTERSON) and grandchildren Eric, Julie, Colin, Caitlyn, Cameron, Karen, Greg, Ariel and Rebecca mourn his passing. He also leaves a brother Ben (Marion) and sister Elaine (Robert MELLOW) as well as nieces and nephews. Memorial service at St Philip's Lutheran Church on October 14, 2 p.m. Donations to your favorite charity in lieu of flowers.

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MOREWOOD o@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-06-13 published
Celebration of Life Service
On Saturday afternoon, May 26 a Celebration of Life service was held for John Oliver RITCHIE in the Annesley United Church, Markdale when a large crowd of Friends and relatives attended.
Prior to the service Bill McMEEKIN provided bagpipe music as the people entered the church. He concluded with playing the hymn "O God of Bethel", a family favourite and the hymn which was played as the Ritchie forefathers boarded the ship to come to Canada.
The eulogy was given by his sister, Rosemary RITCHIE, who related about growing up on the Old Durham Road, Artemesia Township the son and daughter of John and Sadie (Sarah OLIVER) RITCHIE and attending the Old Durham Road School. She recalled many experiences of their young and teenage years and then of John Oliver going off to train for a nurse. She recalled how he graduated from the Owen Sound General and Marine Hospital then obtained his B.A. from Waterloo University before heading west in 1974.
He chose to live in Delta, British Columbia where his great-uncle and former British Columbia premier, John OLIVER, had settled. There he enjoyed nature, creating a wonderful garden and walking his dogs.
He completed a M.A. at Simon Fraser University and became a teacher at the Faculty of Health Sciences at Douglas College where he taught for 30 years. He was much loved and admired by colleagues and students alike.
He enjoyed music and sang with the Vancouver Bach Choir for several years in performances of Handel's Messiah, the Aida performance at British Columbia Place and subsequent travels to perform in Japan.
Rev. Mark WAUGH of Annesley United read scripture and gave the meditation.
George ACHESON and Marilyn GUY sang several solos and duets during the service.
Les MacKINNON, a cousin, recalled memories of John Oliver as did Katie HARRISON, a classmate.
Others taking part and recalling memories were Joe TAILOR/TAYLOR, Lynn MOREWOOD, Katherine HALL, and Mary HALL.
All classmates were presented with roses upon entering the church and at a specific time during the service went forward and placed them on the table at front of the church.
Following the service a time of fellowship was enjoyed in the church's Fellowship Hall.
John Oliver RITCHIE's ashes were interred in the family plot in Evergreen Cemetery, South Line, former Artemesia Township.
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MOREWOOD o@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.stayner.stayner_sun 2007-10-03 published
BROOKS, Allen James
Suddenly in Toronto, September 24th, 2007 in his 55th year. Dear brother of Lorie BROOKS of Meaford, Diane McGOWAN of Oakville, Joy EDWARDS of Collingwood, Kelly BROOKS of Wasaga Beach. Predeceased by his brothers Brian and Roger BROOKS and his parents Donald and Elvie (MOREWOOD) BROOKS. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held at the Watts Funeral Home and Cremation Centre, 132 River Road E., Wasaga Beach Saturday October 13th, 2007 at 11 a.m. (705-429-1040). Interment of Cremated Remains in Lakeview Cemetery, Thornbury at a later date.
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MORGAN o@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-11-07 published
SZOKE, Emma (née MONDICH)
Peacefully at the Brantford General Hospital on Friday November 2, 2007 in her 78th year after a courageous battle with Parkinson's Disease. Emma SZOKE (née MONDICH,) beloved wife of the late Michael SZOKE (1983.) Much loved mother of Katherine STRAUSS and her husband Ken, Dundas, Amy MORGAN and her husband Ron, Scotland, Ontario and Susan CARTER and her husband David, Toronto and Josie McDONNELL and her husband Stephen of New York City. Loving grandmother of Jennifer STROME and her husband Neil, Holly STRAUSS and her fiancée Tim O'BRIEN, Kendra STRAUSS, James MORGAN, Lesley SMITH, Sarah, Anne and Felix McDONNELL and great-grandmother of Samuel STROME. Dear sister and friend of Leslie MONDICH of Brantford. Emma will be remembered as a friend of many. Emma came to Canada as a young girl with her mother to join her father. She and her husband Mike raised four daughters who were the love of her life and later returned to school for a nursing diploma. Emma worked for 17 years at the Brantford General Hospital where she was known for her compassion and excellent nursing skills. Emma loved life and travel. She had a remarkable gift for Friendship and always had a kind word and time for everyone. Emma endured her hardships with courage, equanimity and faith and was a pillar for her family. The family received Friends at McCleister Funeral Home Brantford on Sunday November 4 with the funeral service held in the chapel on Monday November 5 at 11 a.m. Interment will be in Scotland Cemetery. If wished, the family would gratefully appreciate memorial donations to the Parkinson Foundation or the Canadian Cancer Society.
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MORGAN o@ca.on.grey_county.hanover.the_post 2007-11-02 published
DOW, Doris Irene (MONAHAN)
Passed away peacefully with her family by her side at the Hanover and District Hospital on Monday, October 22, 2007. The former Doris Irene MONAHAN, of Durham, in her 77th year.
Beloved wife of Clifford DOW for 57 years. Loving mother of Karen and her husband Larry BUCHANAN, the late Alan DOW and his wife Lois, Garry MONAHAN and his wife Joanne, Kathy and her husband Dave CHRISTIE, Janice and her husband John SILLS, Ken DOW and his wife Karen, Marilyn MacDONALD, Jeff DOW and his wife Mandy, and Ron DOW and his wife Kelly.
Cherished grandmother of 20 grandchildren and her many great-grandchildren. Dear sister of Ruth and her husband Ross HAMILTON.
Visitation was held at the McCulloch-Watson Funeral Home, Durham on Wednesday from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. A Celebration of Doris's Life was held at the Durham Presbyterian Church on Thursday morning at 11 o'clock. Pastor Jack RICHARDSON and Reverend Jim JOHNSON officiated. Words of remembrance were given by Ross MORGAN, Larry BUCHANAN, Meghan DOW and Ron DOW. Kerry WITHEROW sang, “The Rose,&rdquo and Doris's grandchildren Susan, Jason, Mark and Amy BUCHANAN sang, “Thy Word.” The congregation sang, “For You and For Me&rdquo and “In the Garden.&rdquo
The pallbearers were David CHRISTIE, John SILLS, Jason BUCHANAN, Mark BUCHANAN, Landyn DOW and Trevor SILLS. The flower bearers were Susan BUCHANAN, Paul DOW, Angela MONAHAN, Andrea HEIPEL, Krista DOW, Val LOF, Meghan DOW and Kelsey DOW.
The committal service and interment was held at Community of Christ Cemetery, Proton Township. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to Ziontario or Durham and Community Health Care Foundation Durham Hospital would be appreciated by the family.

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MORGAN o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2007-01-08 published
BLENDER, Michael Carol
Of Chesley, passed away peacefully at South Bruce Grey Health Centre, Chesley on Saturday, January 6, 2007 in his 80th year. Beloved husband and friend of Alma. Loving father of Paul and his wife Leena of White House, Tennessee, Carol and her husband Alvin JOHNSON of Rochester, New York, Stephen and his wife Margie of Owen Sound and Timothy and his wife Pradelia of Kemble. Michael will be sadly missed by his grandchildren Anton (Dawn), Seth, Ramsey, Jennifer, Jonathan, Taylor and Dennis. He will be fondly remembered by his brother Jack of Regina, sister Ann BESSE of Winnipeg and sisters-in-law Bertha and Muriel BLENDER, both of Regina. Predeceased by brothers, Ted, George, Dan, Alex, Bill, John, Nicholas and Peter; sisters Eva BLENDER and Helen TAILOR/TAYLOR and his parents, Anton and Mary (MORGAN) BLENDER. Visitation will be held at Cameron Funeral Home, Chesley on Monday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. A funeral service will be held at Saint Mark's Lutheran Church, Chesley, Tuesday, January 9th, 2007 at 11: 00 a.m. Interment in Chesley Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the Saint Mark's Lutheran Church or the Canadian Cancer Society would by appreciated as expressions of sympathy.

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MORGAN o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2007-12-03 published
CATER, Frank
Former Inspector of Detectives with the Metropolitan Toronto Police Force and Former Mayor of the Town of Port Elgin 1980-1985 - At Lee Manor Owen Sound, on Friday, November 30th, 2007 in his 91st year. Husband of the late Ruth SHEPPARD who predeceased him in 1987. Loving Dad of Lynne ARMSTRONG of Port Elgin and her friend Jim MORGAN, and Janie and her husband Leonard MOULDER of Owen Sound. Dear grandfather of Kimberley ARMSTRONG of Mississauga and Robert ARMSTRONG of Calgary. He is survived by his brother Grant CATER of Burlington and by his dear friend Patricia WILLIS of Waterdown. Predeceased by his son-in-law Harold ARMSTRONG. Friends may call at the W. Kent Milroy Port Elgin Chapel, 510 Mill Street, Port Elgin (Town of Saugeen Shores) on Monday, December 3rd, from 2.00 to 4.00 and 7: 00 to 9:00 p.m. Funeral services will be conducted in the Chapel on Tuesday at 2: 00 p.m. with the Rev. Robert WIDDOWSON officiating. Interment Sanctuary Park Cemetery, Port Elgin. Memorial contributions to the Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Diabetes Society or the Kidney Foundation would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy. Portrait and memorial online at www.milroyfuneralhomes.com

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MORGAN o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2007-12-19 published
MENARY, Kathleen " Keen"
Passed away peacefully in her 78th year at Lee Manor Nursing Home in Owen Sound on Monday December 17th, 2007. Kathleen was born on April 6th 1929 in Schumacher/Timmins, she later married Frank MENARY of Lion's Head. Survived by her children - Kathleen BROWN (Robert,) Sonja, Erika and Keith all of Keller Texas, Frank MENARY (Patricia), Frank Jr., Nina and Allan all of Barrie, Ontario, Melanie CRAWFORD (Tracy,) James and Shannon and two great-granddaughters Colleen and Lindsay all of Owen Sound, Marcella PIGGOTT (Ralph,) Ryan and Nicole all of Innerkip Ontario. Also survived by her sisters Florrie MORGAN and Patricia PAUL both of Hamilton. Predeceased by Ivy FOX and Jack KEEN formerly of Montreal and Jake and Edna HORNER formerly of Hamilton. Her children would like to thank Dr. MARSDEN and the nurses and staff at Lee Manor for attending to Mom. Private viewing only. Rest in peace Mom.

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MORGAN o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2007-01-03 published
HOLLIS, Joyce
At the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance on Tuesday January 2nd, 2007 Mrs. Joyce HOLLIS of Chatham in her 72nd year. Beloved wife of the late Reginald HOLLIS (1985.) Loving mother of Brian and his wife Diane HOLLIS of London, and Cheryl PAWLAK and her husband Dave of Chatham. She will be fondly remembered by her grandchildren Tanya, Wade, Jami, Kyle and Ryan. Dear sister of Ron MORGAN of Chatham, and dear sister-in-law of Margaret HALL of Chatham. Joyce was a member of Legion Branch #28 Ladies Auxiliary. Family and Friends are invited to the Alexander Funeral Home, 245 Wellington West, Chatham, 519-352-2710 on Thursday from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. The funeral service for Mrs. HOLLIS will be conducted from the chapel of the funeral home on Friday January 5th at 1: 00 p.m. Interment Maple Leaf Cemetery. Ladies Auxiliary Branch #28 and #628 Legion Memorial Service will be held in the funeral home on Thursday evening at 6: 45 p.m. Friends planning an expression of remembrance are asked to consider the Lung Association and Ontario Heart and Stroke Foundation. Family and Friends may send on-line condolences at www.alexanderfuneralhome.ca

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MORGAN o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2007-01-12 published
MORGAN, Mary Kimberly " Kim" (née DURRAND)

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MORGAN o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2007-01-13 published
ZIEGLER, Thomas Calvin
At London Health Sciences Centre, University Hospital following a stroke in September 2006. The family sadly announces his death on January 11, 2007. Survived by Elizabeth Maria (BOL.) Loving father of Dorothy MORGAN (William,) Carolyn GOULDEN, and Bruce and Dina ZIEGLER all of London. Grandpa to Crista and Ashlee GOULDEN, Nikita ZIEGLER and Cody and Brittany CRAFT. Tom will be remembered by his family and Friends looking back at the years he spent at Gord Chant Auto Parts, time spent on the water boating and camping and all the good times bowling. Thank you to all the doctors and nurses at University and South Street Campus. Special thank you to Sharon (7th floor) for all your care and compassion. No funeral service at Thomas's request. Cremation. Arrangements entrusted to London Cremation Services. 519-672-0459

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MORGAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-06-23 published
McHENRY, Elizabeth Margaret
Peacefully, in the arms of her loving family, on June 15, 2007 at the age of 57. Daughter of the late Elizabeth (Lily) and late James Patrick (J.P.) McHENRY of Sarnia, Ontario and Feeny, Northern Ireland; Cherished wife of Michel Myles OUIMET and loving mother of Jonathan Benjamin McHENRY- OUIMET (Suzy RANGER) and proud grandmother of Megan; Sister of Patrick (Lynn) of Cornerbrook, Nfld; Claire (Paul DION) of Penatanguishine; Brian (Helen) of Poplar Hill Anne (Jack BROWN) of Bright's Grove; Cavan (Anne) of London Mavourneen of Oakville; Francey (Michael MORGAN) of Peach Tree City, Georgia; and Terrance (Janet) of Sarnia; Sister-in-law of Philippe of Montreal, Peter (Basilica) of Saint Anne de Bellevue Joanne of Montreal; Stephen (Hanna) of Embrun. She will be missed by many nieces and nephews and by her best Friends, Claude Vickery, Carol Pritchard, Agnes Laroche, Rita Danis and Bonnie Cameron-Ross. A graduate of Northern Collegiate, Sarnia and Queens University, Kingston, in Psychology and Education, she worked for the Integra Foundation as Camp Arts and Crafts Director in the Haliburtons. She then taught for the Renfrew County and Carleton Boards of Education in Special Ed. Retired in 1981 for health reasons, Elizabeth founded and served as President and Executive Director of the Canadian Marfan Association until 1990 when she suffered a stroke. She was also a community activist in Aylmer, where she opened her first national Marfans Association office. She helped found Access Aylmer and the English Cultural Resource Centre (precursor to Outaouais Alliance). Elizabeth spent many years overcoming her physical difficulties, regaining her speech and her mobility without ever losing her sense of humour. She enjoyed laughing with family and Friends and loved music and writing poetry. Elizabeth's family wishes to sincerely thank the wonderful staff on the 3rd Floor of the CHLD Renaissance for the loving and generous care provided to Elizabeth. Visitation Friday July 6, 7: 00 to 9:00 p.m. at Beauchamp Funeral Home, 47 Denise Friend Street, Aylmer, Québec (819-684-1155). Funeral mass at Saint Mark's Church, rue Principale Aylmer, July 7 at 11: 00 a.m. Reception to follow in church basement. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Elizabeth's name may to be made to the Canadian Marfan Association, (http://marfan.ca/)

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MORGAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-07-21 published
MORGAN, Marjorie C. (January 1, 1915-July 10, 2007)
After spending the last ten of her 92 years locked in the present, albeit imperfect, tense of Alzheimer's Disease, Marjorie MORGAN, cherished and adored mother of: Joanne MORGAN, Vancouver, Doctor Terry MORGAN, Red Deer, Lesley GARDINIER (David), San Diego, John MORGAN, Edmonton, Judy KUBRAK, Ladysmith; grandmother of Suzanne DALEY, David KUBRAK, Calgary, Stewart MORGAN, Red Deer and Doctor Scott MORGAN, Ottawa; great-grandmother of Aurelia and Zenara DALEY of Calgary, departed this earth in the loving and serene manner we prayed she would take flight - cradled in the arms of her youngest daughter Joanne. Marjorie fulfilled the feminist dream, long before it was fashionable. Remarkably, she found a way to 'have it all' while caring for a husband and five children, as well as leading a long and accomplished career as a professional fiction writer, teacher, speaker and artist. Born in Saskatchewan and educated in Alberta where she relocated as a young child, Marjorie's fiction writing for both adults and children has been published in three countries, six anthologies and fourteen books as well as in countless magazine and newspaper articles. Marjorie also wrote for radio, television and film. Her screenplay for 'Marie-Anne,' written at age 62, was one of the first Canadian feature films ever produced in Alberta. It has been screened in North American and European theatres as well as on television. Filmed in 1977 at Fort Edmonton, it chronicles the adventures of Alberta's first white woman, Marie-Anne Lagimodiere (grandmother of Louis Riel), and her fur trader husband, Jean Baptiste in the early days of the West. Starring the late John Juliani and Andree Pelletier the film also introduced Tantoo Cardinal, who later went on to major roles in Dances with Wolves and Legends of the Fall. As a writer/instructor/speaker for the Canadian Author's Association, Alberta Culture and Canada Council as well as a long time writer-in-residence for the Edmonton Public School Board, Marjorie took great pride in inspiring scores of children and adults to launch their own successful writing careers. Among the many awards bestowed on Marjorie during her career are a City of Edmonton Literary Achievement Award in 1978; and the Media Club of Canada Memorial Medal for best radio writing in 1969. Marjorie was also a talented artist. Her paintings hung in the Edmonton Art Gallery, the Alberta Lieutenant Governor's house, the University of Alberta and numerous private collections. Most importantly, Marjorie valued her family above all else: taking joy in her children and their offspring's achievements and adventures. She was tender and loving, yet independent and feisty. She had pluck. She wasn't afraid to go after what she wanted, like embarking on a writing career while her youngest children were still infants. To the very end she remained proud, courageous and engaged in life. Shy throughout most of her earlier life, in her later years Alzheimer's in some ways liberated her to boldly ask for all the affection she craved. She of ten held out her arms inviting hugs and kisses from family, Friends, care workers and strangers alike, while frequently repeating her private mantra '55555' to remind herself of her 5 beloved children. Thanks to Doctor Wakefield, the nurses, care workers, and dedicated support staff of Banfield Pavilion in Vancouver, British Columbia who cared for our mother in such a loving, professional and compassionate manner. Special thanks also to Sestilia Pettovello, and Nadia Guolo who showered Marjorie with all the kindness, care and love they dedicated to their own mother Theresa. A family memorial service will be held in Edmonton where she will be laid to rest in Mount Pleasant Cemetery. In lieu of flowers please make donations to the Alzheimer Society.

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MORGAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-07-25 published
DUCKWORTH, Sally Anne (née MORGAN)
With immense sadness, the family announces the loss of Sally on Monday, July 23rd, 2007 in Toronto in her 69th year. Predeceased by her loving husband Jim. Sally will be dearly missed by her daughter Leslie (Mario), and sons Rick (Edith) and Wayne (Bonnie). Sally was a devoted grandmother to Jessica, Meredith and Robert, and Emily and Earl. Sally is survived by her sister Judy (Gerry) and brother Jim (Jennifer). The family will receive Friends at the Humphrey Funeral Home - A.W. Miles Chapel, 1403 Bayview Avenue (south of Eglinton Avenue East), from 7-9 p.m. on Thursday, July 26th. Memorial service in Leaside United Church, 822 Millwood Road on Friday, July 27th at 1: 30 p.m. with reception to follow. For those who wish, contributions can be made to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada, 936 The East Mall, Toronto M9B 6J9. Condolences and memories may be forwarded through www.humphreymiles.com.

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MORGAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-10-18 published
MORGAN, Dorothy Ann Mary (née PHILLIPS)
(February 1, 1909-October 14, 2007)
In the company of her daughter, son and elder granddaughter, Ann (Dolly) MORGAN died peacefully on the evening of October 14, 2007. It was the end of an astonishing life. Born in London, she learned the city by heart, developing a particular affection for 'her' bridge, Westminster, across which she so often crossed from her home in Kennington. She remembered the First World War, growing into adulthood in the vibrant 1920s, and life in the London of Olivier and Toscanini in the 1930s. While teaching school she met Islwyn MORGAN. They married in 1935 and moved to Cardiff, where their children Janet (1937), Richard (1945) and John (1948), were born. In 1958 the family emigrated to Canada. After Islwyn died in 1966, most of the MORGANs moved to British Columbia, and Dolly eventually settled in Vancouver. There she later was fortunate enough to meet and marry Clem PENNEY. Dolly thoroughly enjoyed her new life. Even after Clem's death in 2002, Dolly maintained her own household until an illness required her move to Carlton Gardens in Burnaby, where she spent her last few months very comfortably.
Dolly is survived by her daughter, Janet and son, John, as well as daughters-in-law Bronwen and Jeannine, and former son-in-law Norman WEBSTER. She was predeceased by her elder son Richard (1990) and son-in-law Bob BACON (1998.) In addition, Dolly was deeply fortunate to enjoy grandchildren Julian (Cindy), Chris, Sarah and Sian (Buz), and great-grandchildren Helena, Rhys, Brandon and Dylan.
Dolly's interests ranged widely. She was an addicted (and accomplished) crossword puzzler, avidly attacking the Globe's infamous Saturday puzzles, though even when she attained the right answer, she admitted she could not always fathom the clues. She read voraciously, particularly enjoying mysteries; she also had a lifelong passion for classical music and theatre. She possessed a quick mind, a strong wit, a good sense of humour, a commitment to left-wing politics, a convinced doubt concerning religion and yet an appreciation of its music and ceremony, a belief in the necessity of charity and a dedication to her family.
Living ninety-eight years, Dolly became not only the grand matriarch, but also an institution, in the MORGAN family. She was much loved and we all miss her beyond our ability to say. Nos da, Dolly.

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MORGAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-10-19 published
MORGAN, Dorothy Ann Mary (née PHILLIPS)
(February 1, 1909-October 14, 2007)
In the company of her daughter, son and elder granddaughter, Ann (Dolly) MORGAN died peacefully on the evening of October 14, 2007. It was the end of an astonishing life. Born in London, she learned the city by heart, developing a particular affection for 'her' bridge, Westminster, across which she so often crossed from her home in Kennington She remembered the First World War, growing into adulthood in the vibrant 1920s, and life in the London of Olivier and Toscanini in the 1930s. While teaching school she met Islwyn MORGAN. They married in 1935 and moved to Cardiff, where their children Janet (1937), Richard (1945) and John (1948), were born. In 1958 the family emigrated to Canada. After Islwyn died in 1966, most of the MORGANs moved to British Columbia, and Dolly eventually settled in Vancouver. There she later was fortunate enough to meet and marry Clem PENNEY. Dolly thoroughly enjoyed her new life. Even after Clem's death in 2002, Dolly maintained her own household until an illness required her move to Carlton Gardens in Burnaby, where she spent her last few months very comfortably.
Dolly is survived by her daughter, Janet and son, John, as well as daughters-in-law Bronwen and Jeannine, and former son-in-law Norman WEBSTER. She was predeceased by her elder son Richard (1990) and son-in-law Bob BACON (1998.) In addition, Dolly was deeply fortunate to enjoy grandchildren Julian (Cindy), Chris, Sarah and Sian (Buz), and great-grandchildren Helena, Rhys, Brandon and Dylan.
Dolly's interests ranged widely. She was an addicted (and accomplished) crossword puzzler, avidly attacking the Globe's infamous Saturday puzzles, though even when she attained the right answer, she admitted she could not always fathom the clues. She read voraciously, particularly enjoying mysteries; she also had a lifelong passion for classical music and theatre. She possessed a quick mind, a strong wit, a good sense of humour, a commitment to left-wing politics, a convinced doubt concerning religion and yet an appreciation of its music and ceremony, a belief in the necessity of charity and a dedication to her family.
Living ninety-eight years, Dolly became not only the grand matriarch, but also an institution, in the Morgan family. She was much loved and we all miss her beyond our ability to say. Nos da, Dolly.

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MORGAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-11-03 published
GARDNER, Major General James C., CD
At the Royal Victoria Hospital, Barrie on October 29th, 2007. Born in Regina, Saskatchewan, on December 6th, 1920. Beloved husband of 63 years to Joyce (née MORGAN.) Loving Father of Bob (wife Linda) and twin daughters Dianne and Deborah. Jim was pre-deceased by sisters Lois and Klela. General Gardner had a long and distinguished career in the Canadian army. He attended the Royal Military College, joined the British army at the beginning of World War 2, and served with the Royal Tank Regiment in East and North Africa. He was a prisoner of war in Italy, escaping several times, finally successfully in 1943. He joined the Canadian army in 1944, serving in many parts of Canada, England, Germany, Tanzania and Belgium, retiring as a Major General in 1975. General GARDNER was the first commanding officer of the newly re-formed Fort Garry Horse, commander of Canadian Land Forces Europe and a senior officer in North Atlantic Treaty Organization. He served as Honorary Colonel of the Lord Strathcona's Horse from 1978 to 1982. Jim will be remembered for his dedication to duty and family, sense of humour and living to his regimental motto of 'Deeds Not Words'. A private Family Service was held at the Steckley-Gooderham Funeral Homes (201 Minet's Point Road at Yonge Street) Barrie on Thursday November 1st, 2007. Interment Barrie Union Cemetery. Donations in lieu of flowers may be made to the Royal Victoria Hospital, Barrie. Condolences may be forwarded to the family through www.steckleygooderham.com

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MORGAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-12-03 published
He served with the British at Tobruk and became major-general in North Atlantic Treaty Organization
As an officer cadet at Royal Military College in Kingston, he was so impatient to fight in the Second World War that he joined the British Army, writes Sandra MARTIN. As a prisoner of war, he was branded an 'incorrigible escaper'
By Sandra MARTIN, Page S10
A charismatic career soldier, James GARDNER enlisted in the British Army early in the Second World War because he wanted to fight in a tank corps, but spent most of the war as an incorrigible escaper from German prisoner of war camps. He lived to tell many tales of his escapades behind enemy lines and to serve with great distinction in the peacetime army of the Canadian Forces.
James Charlton GARDNER was born in Regina in 1920, the middle child and only son of Norman and Gertrude (née MORGAN) GARDNER. His father was a businessman and his mother was a nurse. When he was in grade 11 at Regina's Central Collegiate he met Joyce (Joy) Morgan, who was a year younger, and they began dating. After high school, he entered The Royal Military College in Kingston in the fall of 1938 because he had "always wanted to join the military and serve his country."
He was eager to go overseas after the war erupted in September, 1939, and keenly wanted to join a tank corps. Canada didn't have one, so in 1940 he quit Royal Military College and enlisted in the British Army, where he was posted to the Royal Tank Regiment and served in the Eighth Army in North Africa. He saw action and was captured when the Eighth Army crossed from Egypt into Libya in November, 1941, and tried to relieve Tobruk, which was besieged by German forces under the command of General Erwin Rommel.
By all accounts, Lieutenant GARDNER was a resolute, athletic and patriotic young man who was determined to escape his German captors and get back to the front lines. After making it back to his regiment, he was captured again.
Stories abound about his escapades as a prisoner of war over the next three years. A skilled bridge player, he was invited to be the fourth in a regular match with three well-heeled British aristocrats. Once, after trying and failing to escape, he heard one of the other players shout, " GARDNER, you have ruined our bridge game," as he was marched back into the prisoner of war camp for a stint in solitary confinement.
As the war continued and the Allies, under Gen. Bernard Montgomery, began to make inroads against Gen. Rommel, the Germans decided to transfer their prisoners of war by ship from Africa to Italy. The prisoners, who included a goodly number of sailors, plotted to overtake the ship once it was at sea. A mole reported the scheme to the Germans, who immediately changed plans to send the prisoners of war by submarine, according to a tale that Lieut. GARDNER loved to tell years later in the officers mess. After that experience, he said he never wanted to sail in a submarine again.
However he made it across the Mediterranean Sea, he was delivered to a prisoner of war camp in southern Italy. He escaped from there and began walking "up the boot" hoping to connect with Allied forces, having heard rumours that they had made large-scale amphibious landings at Salerno near Naples in September, 1943.
Another story has him identified as "an incorrigible escaper" who was being sent by train to Germany to a more secure prisoner of war camp along the lines of Colditz Castle near Dresden. Somewhere south of Milan, he managed to jump off the train onto a truck and slide under its tarpaulin until he could evade his captors.
According to another account, Lieut. GARDNER was hiding in woods by the side of a road when a strange vehicle, which turned out to be a jeep, which had gone into full production while he was a prisoner of war, stopped and two English-speaking soldiers got out. They were laying line for an observation post. Recognizing the soldiers by their English accents and their "blue" language, he surrendered, was interrogated and was shipped to a base hospital in Algiers. He was finally transferred to the Canadian forces and sent home in late spring, 1944.
In June, he became engaged to Joyce, his loyal Regina girlfriend, and that November they were married in Winnipeg. They went east to his first posting as a lieutenant at Camp Borden near Barrie, Ontario
Lieut. GARDNER was unusual as an aspiring officer in the postwar Canadian military. He had no common experience with the other applicants for the regular army because his active service had all been with the British Forces, said retired Major-General Philip Neatby. "He was an anomaly in that all the other applicants were 'macaroni eaters' in the Italian campaign or else they had served in northwest Europe, but he had done neither," he said. "Therefore his peers had no notion of how good a soldier he had been and what his experience had been, so his reputation, which developed rapidly, was based on his [performance] as a very, very solid, competent staff officer."
He was posted to Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians) and was made second-in-command by 1956. Two years later he was promoted to lieutenant-colonel. "He was a firm believer that soldiers expect to be properly trained, properly led and properly equipped. And by properly led [I mean] by people who are competent, who anticipate what the challenges are going to be and who train the men properly for them and [ensure] that they are never committed to unnecessary risk or unnecessary work," Maj.-Gen. Neatby said. "Everything is purposeful and that is exactly the way he operated."
As the Cold War ramped up in the mid-1950s, the Department of National Defence decided to add a fourth armoured regiment to the regular army. On October 10, 1958, the brass announced that the new regiment, which was called the 1st Fort Garry Horse, would be based at Canadian Forces Base Petawawa in the Ottawa Valley under the command of Lt.-Col. GARDNER. (The militia regiment in Winnipeg became the 2nd Fort Garry Horse.) The regiment's first Centurion tank rolled past George Pearkes, the defence minister in prime minister John Diefenbaker's government, on November 19, 1958.
"He was a totally dedicated individual and probably one of the finest trainers I ever served under," said Colonel John Roderick, who joined the Fort Garry Horse in 1961. "We were training for war, notwithstanding we were in Camp Petawawa. It was as though we were facing the Russians on the other side of the Ottawa River. It was that level of intensity," he said. "He set the standards for the rest of my career."
Because of Lt.-Col. GARDNER's lofty reputation as a military instructor, he was replaced at the Fort Garry Horse in August, 1961, and sent back to Royal Military College, the same school he had left two decades earlier without a degree. There he worked as director of cadets, a position he held for three years.
It was an unusual posting for a former commanding officer, according to Col. Roderick. "He was sent in to put the military back in the Royal Military College. If you wanted something done right you got Jimmie GARDNER to do it."
The Fort Garry Horse was disbanded in 1970 in an overall reduction of the armed forces ordered by then prime minister Pierre Trudeau its remaining members were absorbed into Lord Strathcona's Horse.
After Royal Military College and a brief posting in Ottawa, Lt.-Col. GARDNER was one of more than 30 military personnel who went to Tanzania as military advisers as part of Canada's contribution to the newly sovereign country's defence and security forces. He was in Tanzania for about two years from 1964 to early 1966.
Another short posting in Ottawa followed. He was promoted to colonel and sent to Britain to the Imperial Defence College (now the Royal College of Defence Studies), an organization that trains senior officers for executive responsibility by "developing their analytical powers, knowledge of defence and international security, and strategic vision."
After finishing his course work, he was promoted to brigadier-general and sent to Germany as commander of the 4 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group in Soest from 1968 to July, 1970. Canada's North Atlantic Treaty Organization Brigade served in Germany from 1951 to 1993 - from the beginnings of the Cold War through the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Again he went back to Ottawa for another two years, then to Brussels in about 1973, serving with North Atlantic Treaty Organization until 1975, when he retired from active service with the Canadian Armed Forces at 55 as a major-general.
Lord Strathcona's Horse appointed him colonel of the regiment, a position he held from November, 1978, to 1982. Two momentous events occurred during his tenure. A Canadian Pacific train carrying explosive and poisonous chemicals derailed in Mississauga on November 10, 1979. The toxic spill precipitated the evacuation of more than 200,000 people, and Maj.-Gen. GARDNER was called in to help plan and execute what was then the largest-ever peacetime exodus. Less than two years later, he and his wife were invited to the wedding of Prince Charles, the regiment's colonel-in-chief, and Lady Diana Spencer at Saint Paul's Cathedral in London on July 29, Unlike many former soldiers who retired from the armed forces, he had no urge to work in academia or the private sector. His goal was to play golf and enjoy life. He and his wife moved to Barrie in the mid-1970s. After she suffered a stroke in the late 1980s, he became her principal caregiver. In May, 1994, Royal Military College retroactively awarded him a bachelor of military science in recognition of his war service.
James Charlton GARDNER was born in Regina on December 6, 1920. He died at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Barrie, Ontario, on October 29, 2007. He was 86. Predeceased by his sisters Lois and Klela, he is survived by his wife, Joyce, his son, Bob, his twin daughters, Dianne and Deborah, and his extended family.

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MORIN, Edward " Ed"
Retired Sergeant Queen's Own Rifles and veteran of World War Two, Ed MORIN of Meaford passed away peacefully at the Meaford Hospital on Friday August 31, 2007 at the age of 83. Loved father of William ‘Bill' MORIN and his partner Susan BROWN of Meaford and sadly missed grandfather of Laurie and her partner Steve BALL of Edmonton, Alberta. Fondly remembered by his wife Elizabeth of Meaford and by her family: Jeff BROWN and his wife Brenda and their children Tyler, Jennie and Ben of Paynes Mills, and Patty BROWN of Sackville, New Brunswick. Predeceased by his wife, the former Shirley Christine BROWN. Family will receive Friends at the Ferguson Funeral Home in Meaford on Sunday evening from 7 until 9 p.m. Funeral and committal services, officiated by Pastor Steve BEDARD, will be conducted at the funeral home on Monday September 3, 2007 at 11 o'clock with cremation to follow. Interment of Ed's ashes will take place at Stayner Union Cemetery at a later date. As your expression of sympathy, donation to the Ontario Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Meaford First Baptist Church would be appreciated.

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MORIN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-06-19 published
ZINIAK, Zinaida " Zina"
Registered Nurse, Maternity Ward, Saint_Joseph's Hospital for over 30 years. Peacefully at Baycrest Hospital on Sunday, June 17, 2007. Zina, beloved wife of the late Sergei Khmara ZINIAK. Dear mother of Ina and her husband Philip BOYKO- VEKIN and Madeline and her husband Alex MORIN. Grandmother of Andre, Misha, Dimitri, Grisha and Alex. Loving sister of Dimitri NIKITIN and the late Serge NIKITIN. Zina will be lovingly remembered by Mara SERBIN. Friends may call at the Cardinal Funeral Home, 366 Bathurst Street (north of Dundas) on Tuesday from 6-pm. Panachyda on Wednesday evening at 7: 00 p.m. in Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church (23 Henry Street, south of College). Funeral Service in the Church on Thursday morning at 10: 00 a.m. Interment at York Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Palliative Care unit of Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre would be appreciated. Online condolences can be made at www.cardinalfuneralhomes.com

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MORIN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-10-15 published
MORRISSETTE, Gaëtan C. (May 9, 1910-October 11, 2007)
In Montreal, on October 11, 2007, Gaëtan C. MORRISSETTE passed away peacefully at the age of 97. He was the husband of the late Lilliane BILODEAU and of Françoise STRINGER. He will be missed by his wife Françoise, his children Lise (Roch DUFRESNE,) Paul (Hélène LALIME,) Jean (Margot MICHAUD) and Pierre; his grandchildren Suzanne, Claire (Robert RODFORD), Julie, Sylvie (Jean-Philippe MORIN,) Natalie (Philippe BOISVERT,) Michael and Marc; his great-grandchildren Alexie, Lilianne, Ariane, Sacha, Benjamin, Emily and Ryan, and several sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nephews, nieces and Friends. He will be remembered for his long and prestigious career with Standard Brands Limited (later Nabisco Brands Limited) from 1930 to 1988. He served as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer from 1961 to 1975, Chairman of the Board (1975-1983) and Honorary Chairman of the Board (1983-1988). Funeral service will be held at noon, Wednesday October 17, 2007 at Centre funéraire Côte-des-Neiges, 4525 chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges, Montreal (Quebec) H3V 1E7 (1 888-342-6565). The family will be present to greet relatives and Friends at the Centre from 10 a.m. According to his wishes, in lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Fonds de Recherche de l'Institut de Cardiologie de Montréal, 5000, rue Bélanger, Montreal (Quebec) H1T 1C8. The family wishes to express their sincere appreciation to the staff of the Centre d'hébergement Champlain in Verdun, and to Ms Johanne Rondeau, for their compassionate and tender care towards Mr. MORRISSETTE.

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MORIN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-12-07 published
TESSIER, Charlotte (née MORIN)
On Thursday, December 6, 2007, after a courageous battle with cancer, Charlotte (MORIN) TESSIER, MBA, age 69, passed away at home, as she had wished. Beloved wife of Brian O'LEARY, mother and confidante to Maxime, cherished sister of Muriel, Jessica, Monic and Nicole. Charlotte will be also greatly missed by her daughter-in-law, Tonya, and her beloved grandchildren Catherine and Nicolas, as well as her many Friends and former colleagues. In truth, she will be sadly missed by everyone whose life she touched. Memorial donations can be made to the Temmy Latner Centre for Palliative Care at Mt. Sinai Hospital.

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MORIN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-12-15 published
TESSIER, Charlotte (née MORIN)
On Thursday, December 6, 2007, after a courageous battle with cancer, Charlotte (MORIN) TESSIER, MBA, age 69, passed away at home, as she had wished. Beloved wife of Brian O'LEARY, mother and confidante to Maxime, cherished sister of Muriel, Jessica, Monic and Nicole. Charlotte will be also greatly missed by her daughter-in-law, Tonya, and her beloved grandchildren Catherine and Nicolas, as well as her many Friends and former colleagues. In truth, she will be sadly missed by everyone whose life she touched. Memorial donations can be made to the Temmy Latner Centre for Palliative Care at Mt. Sinai Hospital.

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MORIN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-12-21 published
GODFREY, Mary Elizabeth (née MORIN)
Passed away peacefully with family at her bedside after a courageous battle with cancer on December 19, 2007, at the age of 86, at West Oaks Long Term Health Care Facility, where she resided since August 2007. Beloved wife of the late Gordon M. GODFREY, P.Eng. (mining), June 2, 1973. Devoted and loving mother of Gordon (Carol), Elizabeth EVERARD (Michael), Patricia, John (Vicki). Cherished nana to Ryan (Erin), Colleen, Steven, Kevin (Alaina), Dylan and Patrick. Born March 13, 1921 in Toronto to Harold (Harry) MORIN and Mary (Molly) (née BOURKE.) Predeceased by her two sisters Margaret PEACOCK and Katrine CURTIS. Mary lived in Timmins until 1956, before moving to Elliot Lake where she resided until 1967. For the last 29 years, Patricia lived with Mary in Oakville. Mary's joy for travel took her around the world. Cruising, accompanied by her daughter Patricia, was a favorite pastime over the last 15 years. Mary is fondly remembered by many nieces and nephews in eastern and western Canada, especially Margaret Ann ANDES, her Friends, neighbours and life long friend Mary (Everard) LAST also from Timmins. Mary lived a quiet life dedicating time to enjoy her family. According to her wishes, only immediate family will preside at the cremation at Glen Oaks Crematorium, Oakville followed by a private interment at Spring Creek Cemetery, Clarskson, Ontario. A memorial service celebrating her life to be held in spring, 2008. Her family thanks Doctor Debra FELDMAN and Staff on the 3rd floor, East and West Wing, Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital as well as Doctor Ling HUANG and the staff at West Oaks Long Term Care Home for providing wonderful care, compassion and support to Mother and her family. We also express our deepest gratitude to Patricia, daughter and life companion for her devoted care giving to Mother in her final years. Mother's courage, strength, wisdom, unselfish ways, wonderful sense of humour, will live on in our hearts. Your family is so proud and blessed to have you as our beloved Mother. Donations if desired may be directed to the Canadian Cancer Society.

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