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DUBAS o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-01-06 published
DUBAS, Stanley Paul
After a brief battle with cancer Stan passed away peacefully in Victoria, British Columbia on December 14, 2006. He will be dearly missed by his loving wife of 45 years, Helen, his daughters Deborah GROOM (Rob), Heidi (David BRITNELL), and Krista WANSBROUGH (Sean,) and grand_sons Joshua GROOM and John Connor WANSBROUGH. In Toronto he leaves his brother Harry (Georgie), sisters Alys and Ann (Ted), and nephew Ralph (Cathy). He is predeceased by his mother Stella and father Paul. Stan's strength came from his faith, family and Friends. He embraced all of life's challenges in both work and leisure with passion, and his joy of life inspired those who knew him. Stan was born in Smooth Rock Falls, Ontario, February 13, 1936. He attended Royal Military College (CMR) in Saint_Jean, Quebec, received his B.A. Political Science and Economics from the University of Toronto, his Masters in Public Administration from Carleton University and was completing his Ph.D. thesis. His career path included, in Ottawa, Director General, National Health and Welfare; Deputy Director, Treasury Board Secretariat in British Columbia, Director, Management Operations, Ministry of Consumer and Corporate Affairs; Deputy Minister, Ministry of Economic Development and Ministry of Health and Emergency Health Services, Chairman. He will be greatly missed as the Executive Director, James Bay Care Center in Victoria. There will be a Celebration of Stan's Life held on Sat. January 13, 2007 at 2 p.m. at Saanich Baptist Church, 4347 Wilkinson Rd. Victoria. A reception will follow the service. In lieu of flowers donations in Stan's memory to the Saanich Baptist Church Building Fund or the Make-A-Wish Foundation of British Columbia and Yukon would be appreciated.

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DUBEAU o@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.stayner.stayner_sun 2007-10-10 published
DUBEAU, Med
In loving memories of a dear Husband, Father and Grandfather who passed away 2 years ago October 4th, 2005.
Not a day goes by that I don't mention your name,
The good times we shared will always be there.
As I close my eyes and think of you,
Tears of silence often flow though you died 2 years ago.
May you rest in peace my love,
Till we meet again someday.
Med you are so very missed by your wife Jerry and family.
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DUBEAU o@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.stayner.stayner_sun 2007-11-21 published
DUBEAU, Millie
In loving memory of our Mother "Millie DUBEAU" - November 20, "When someone you love becomes a memory, that memory becomes a treasure!" Love and miss you, your daughters; Dar, Sharon, Sheila, Deb, June and Judy
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DUBIN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-08-03 published
DUBIN, Anne Ruth, Q.C.
Following surgery, Anne lost her fight for life on August 2, 2007. Anne was a devoted and loving wife to Charles, her husband and best friend of 55 years. Survived by her brothers and sisters-in-law Myer and Sybil LEVINE and Leonard and Bobbie LEVINE. Predeceased by her sister Molly MYERS. Will be sadly missed by nieces and nephew Francie and Stuart KLEIN and Marcia ROBINSON and grandniece and grandnephew Sherri and Justin.
Anne retired following a long and successful career in corporate law. She was a director of Petro-Canada and a member of the Ontario Law Reform Commission Advisory Board. She was also a director of Telemedia Communications Inc., Morgan Trust Co. of Canada and a former Public Governor of the Toronto Stock Exchange. She was vice-chair Area Committee of the York County Legal Aid Plan, a former member of the Attorney General's Advisory Committee on the Juvenile and Family Court of Metropolitan Toronto, and a former member of the Joint Committee on Penal Reform for Women.
Anne had a long history of community service. She was a vice-chair of York University, a trustee of the Toronto Hospital Foundation, a director of the Canadian Club, Toronto, an Honorary Counsel of the Canadian Red Cross Society, an Honorary Counsel of the Museum Children's Theatre, a director of the Elizabeth Fry Society, a director of the Toronto Mental Health Clinic for Children and Adolescents and its successor, the Hincks-Dellcrest Centre, a director of the Clarke Institute of Psychiatry, and a trustee of the Ontario Mental Health Foundation.
Anne will always be remembered for her intelligence, independence, indomitable spirit, and her dedication and loyalty to family and Friends.
Funeral service will be held at Holy Blossom Temple, 1950 Bathurst Street, Toronto at 11: 00 a.m. on Friday, August 3, 2007. Interment Holy Blossom Cemetery, Brimly Rd. Following interment all are invited to 619 Avenue Rd., Toronto. Memorial donations may be made in memory of Anne Dubin to the Toronto General and Western Hospital Foundation, 416-603-5958. Special thanks to Doctor Phillip ELLISON and nurse Debbie KLATT.

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DUBINER o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-06-09 published
GOTTFRIED, Sandra " Sandy"
Peacefully at home on Thursday, June 7, 2007 surrounded by her family. Sandy GOTTFRIED beloved wife of Stanley. Loving mother and mother-in-law of Susan and Wayne ROBBINS, Stacey and Mimi, and Sari. Adoring Bubby of Laura, Brent, Alana, Daniel, and Mark. Dear sister and sister-in-law of Marilyn DUBINER, Robert and Gail DUBINER, Roberta and the late Barry DUBINER. Sandy will be lovingly missed by her family and Friends. At Temple Sinai, 210 Wilson Avenue, (east of Bathurst), for service on Sunday, June 10th at 11: 00 a.m. Interment Temple Sinai Section of Pardes Shalom Cemetery. If desired, memorial donations may be made to Temmy Latner Centre for Palliative Care at 416-586-4800 ext. 6664, or The Healing Journey Program c/o Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation at 416-946-6560.

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DUBINSKI o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2007-01-04 published
Wiper-fluid punch suspected in death
By Kelly PEDRO and Kate DUBINSKI, Free Press Reporters, Thurs., January 4, 2007
One person is dead and three are in hospital after drinking punch mixed in an windshield-washer fluid container at two holiday parties in Chatham-Kent.
The host of one of the parties, Rebecca DEMEURICHY, 25, died yesterday after drinking punch that police think was contaminated with windshield-wiper fluid, which contains methyl alcohol.
Her husband, Rob DEMEURICHY, is one of the three people being treated at a London hospital.
Police said they are still investigating whether the contamination was intentional.
One person was in critical and another in serious condition at London Health Sciences Centre after being flown by air ambulance from Erieau.
The parties took place in Erieau, Chatham Kent-Police said. The condition of the third person was not known.
Police are urging anyone who was at DEMEURICHY home at 857 Mariners Rd., or at the home of Mary Lou VIDLER and Hartley VIDLER at 1300 Vidler Ave. between December 23 and January 1, to go to the nearest emergency department immediately.
"The sooner you (go) to hospital after drinking something toxic, the better chance you have," said Doctor Margaret THOMPSON/THOMSON/TOMPSON/TOMSON, medical director of the Ontario Regional Poison Information Centre.
The VIDLERs, in their 70s, and DEMEURICHYs, in their mid-20s, are related, said Insp. George FLIKWEERT.
Police received a call to 857 Mariners Rd. in Erieau yesterday morning.
When they arrived, they found one person dead. Another was taken by helicopter to a London hospital.
Later yesterday, one more person was flown to a London hospital and another person drove themselves, police said.
The death and illnesses are being linked to an alcoholic mixed punch served at the two addresses on December 23 and December 31, FLIKWEERT said.
The drink concoction was mixed in a container and may have had traces of windshield washer fluid.
An autopsy could begin as early as today to determine DEMEURICHY's cause of death.
The mixed drink was served at an open house party at the VIDLER residence on December 23 and again at a New Year's Eve party at the DEMEURICHY home.
Rebecca DEMEURICHY was ill Tuesday, two days after the second party, FLIKWEERT said.
Between 12 and 18 people who were at one or both of the residences have already been contacted and gone to hospital, FLIKWEERT said. He said anyone who was at either house for a drink may have been contaminated.
"People may be laying around thinking they have the flu and in fact it's a… poisoning that may cause serious bodily harm or death," he said.
The problem with drinking "other alcohols" such as those found in gasoline antifreeze and windshield-washer fluid is that the body doesn't metabolize them right away, THOMPSON/THOMSON/TOMPSON/TOMSON said.
Someone who drank "bad alcohol" could just feel drunk, and then feel nothing at all.
"They're not toxic until they're broken down into their byproducts," THOMPSON/THOMSON/TOMPSON/TOMSON said.
If the "bad alcohol" was mixed with the usual stuff people drink at parties -- spirits, wine or beer -- then the symptoms would be delayed, she added, because kidneys first break down the non-toxic alcohol.
Symptoms include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, shortness of breath or difficulty breath or vision changes, said Willi KIRENKO, a nurse practitioner.
She said only people who were at either address and drank an alcoholic beverage should be concerned.
People experiencing symptoms will have blood work taken and will know in about 30 minutes how serious their condition is, KIRENKO said
She urged people to take the warning seriously.
"The treatment for this… is time sensitive," she said.
Poison control has been helping direct the hospital with treatment.
Treatment includes dialysis -- one of the effects of drinking something such as windshield-washer fluid is kidney failure -- and intravenous fluids, THOMPSON/THOMSON/TOMPSON/TOMSON said.
"It's very serious. We could save your life, but you could have permanent blindness… If all the byproducts haven't been made by the time you go to the hospital, we can delay the formation of the byproducts. (But) we can't reverse the problems," she said.
If You Where There
Police ask anyone who was at either address -- 1300 Vidler Ave. or 857 Mariners Rd., in Erieau -- during the holidays to contact Chatham-Kent police at 519-436-6616 and go to the nearest emergency department.

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DUBINSKI o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2007-05-27 published
Teen charged after mom killed
The 'dedicated, doting' mother of five was biking when struck by a driver accused of drunk driving.
By April KEMICK and Kate DUBINSKI, Sun Media, Sun., May 27, 2007
A mother of five is dead and a teenager charged with drunk driving causing death after a crash west of London that could have been prevented, police say.
Mary Beth THOMAS, 47, of Middlesex Centre, was riding her bike north along Coldstream Road when she was hit by a northbound car near Sinclair Drive about 9 p.m. Friday.
THOMAS, lauded by those who knew her as a "dedicated, doting" mother of five, was taken to University Hospital in London, where she died of her injuries.
The driver of a Plymouth Neon, Andrew Raymond DAVIS, 18, also of Middlesex Centre, has been charged with impaired driving causing death, possession of marijuana and breaching conditions.
"She was just the most devoted mother and wife," said Rev. Pam TOLMAY of Vanneck United Church, where THOMAS was a lifelong member.
"It's a devastating loss for her children, her family and this community."
Described as an avid sports fan who "took great pride in watching all of her children play minor sports," THOMAS supported 4H Junior Farmers and was an active member of her church.
"She was an incredible person," said fellow church member Ken NIXON.
Area police and activists against drunk driving expressed disappointment about the nature of the crash.
"This is a preventable tragedy that happens all too often," said David FINLEY, community leader for Mothers Against Drunk Driving in Haldimand-Norfolk.
"This type of thing shatters families and causes irreparable damage that is needless."
Ontario Provincial Police spokesperson Const. Michelle SMITH said THOMAS's death was preventable.
"It's always (a) tragedy when anybody loses their life. And this one could have been avoided," SMITH said.
"We want to remind drivers to look out for cyclists. It's nice out now, and cyclists are out, both adults and children.
"We also want to remind drivers to drive sober."

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DUBINSKI o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2007-07-22 published
Manhunt in Huron County
Ontario Provincial Police swarm a rural Huron County township seeking Jesse IMESON, 22, right, wanted in a Windsor killing.
By Kate DUBINSKI and April KEMICK, Sun Media, Sun., July 22, Const. Charlie RAE of the Huron Ontario Provincial Police stands watch over the perimeter of a cordoned area just south of Crediton, where police continued their hunt last night for a suspect in the slaying of a Windsor man. (Susan BRADNAM, Sun Media)
Police officers and dogs combed a rural area of Huron County yesterday as they searched for an "armed and dangerous" suspect in a Windsor homicide.
Dozens of Ontario Provincial Police officers and dogs scoured a five-kilometre-wide stretch of land in Stephen Township -- from Ausable Line to Parr Line north of Mount Carmel Drive -- in search of Jesse Norman IMESON, 22.
IMESON is wanted by police in connection with the slaying of Carlos RIVERA, 26, of Lasalle.
The search for IMESON -- which earlier had police scouring Grand Bend, after investigators found the slain man's car there -- began when RIVERA's Friends reported him missing to Windsor police on Wednesday.
He was last seen at 6 a.m. that day.
Investigators tracing RIVERA's movements went to the Tap, a gay strip club in Windsor where he tended bar. RIVERA didn't show up for his Wednesday night shift, which wasn't like him, Friends said.
RIVERA was last seen in his silver two-door Honda Civic, which was being driven by IMESON, police said.
Police went to IMESON's Erie Street apartment in Windsor Thursday night and found RIVERA's "decomposing" body, said Windsor police Staff Sgt. William DONNELLY.
Police then found RIVERA's car in Grand Bend early Friday.
There, investigators obtained video of IMESON and another man at Gables, a Main Street bar.
The surveillance images were taken sometime between Wednesday and Friday, police said.
Police fear the man in the video with IMESON might be in danger, and searched the town for clues to their whereabouts.
"We've been doing door-to-door searches, going to businesses and asking them if they recognize anyone," Lambton Ontario Provincial Police Const. Todd MONAGHAN said yesterday.
"We're hoping the public knows something, or perhaps Mr. IMESON can put an end to this and come speak to us."
The man with IMESON has collar-length hair and was wearing a dark ball cap and white shirt, police said.
IMESON is six-foot-one, 200 pounds with short, almost shaved brown hair, brown eyes and numerous tattoos on his arms.
Windsor police said IMESON is known to police.
Last night, an Ontario Provincial Police helicopter joined the manhunt for IMESON in Huron County.
As night fell, marked and unmarked cruisers -- along with armed officers -- lined a perimeter in Stephen Township that framed corn fields, wooded areas and the Ausable River.
Passing motorists were warned not to pick up hitchhikers, and area homeowners were told to keep vehicles and homes locked.
"I've got my doors locked and I'm staying inside, because you just don't know," said one woman, who didn't want her name used.
Wayne GLANVILLE, whose property borders the search area, said it's rare to see such a police presence in the quiet countryside.
"It makes me a little nervous," he said of the suspect on the loose.
The Stephen Township area is full of nooks and crannies where a suspect could hide, said Huron Ontario Provincial Police Const. Jeff WALRAVEN.
"There's so many different avenues -- trees, bushes, holes," he said.
But scouring for suspects is "something the Ontario Provincial Police excels at," he added.
WALRAVEN wouldn't comment as to how long police would remain on the perimeter.
RIVERA was a "nice guy" who always had a smile for everyone, said one Tap employee who didn't want to be named.
"It's really scary. I'm hoping the police can find who did this."
An autopsy on RIVERA was slated for yesterday in London. No results have been released.

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DUBOIS o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-11-13 published
DUBOIS, Macy
We announce with great sadness that Macy DUBOIS passed away suddenly on November 9th, 2007. Born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland, on December 20th, 1929, Macy obtained an Engineering Physics degree from Tufts University, served as an officer in the U.S. Navy, and received his Masters of Architecture from Harvard University in 1958.
In addition to having been the principal of a successful architectural practice, he was President of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, President of the Royal Canadian Academy of the Arts, an Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, Chairman of the Toronto Chapter of the Ontario Association of Architects and a teacher and lecturer at numerous Universities in Canada and the United States.
Macy is survived by his wife Helga PLUMB, his children Mark and Lindsay DUBOIS, from his first marriage to Sarah BUCHANAN, his step-sons Colin and Marc PLUMB, his granddaughters Andrea and Sofia, his sister-in-law Mildred DUBOIS, and their many family members.
A small family service took place in Toronto on Monday, November 12th. A memorial celebration will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers we are establishing an award in Macy's name. For further information please contact macyduboismemorial@gmail.com

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