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HASEN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-06-16 published
HASEN, Jack Austin (1942-2007)
Passed away peacefully, at home with his family by his side, on Thursday, June 14th, 2007. Jack will be forever missed by his loving wife Christina and sons Tyler and Adam. Jack wrote: 'Since I fell in love with Christina, she has been my rock, friend and companion. I will love her forever and will always be a part of her. I have been blessed with 2 wonderful sons, Tyler and Adam, whom I will cherish forever, and blessed with their wonderful mother, Patty HASEN, who lovingly brought them into this world for us.' Jack will be deeply missed by his sister Mussette BARKER, his brother Ken and their families, Christina's family and his many Friends. Jack was a member of the 1968 Canadian Olympic Team (yachting). He was also a long time member of Royal Canadian Yacht Club and Ashbridges Bay Yacht Club. He graduated with his Civil Engineering degree from the University of Waterloo (1967), and finished his M.B.A. at Western (1974). He was a real estate development executive with Hudson's Bay Co., and later with Slough Estates Canada Ltd. as Executive Vice President. The family will receive Friends at the Humphrey Funeral Home - A.W. Miles Chapel, 1403 Bayview Avenue (south of Eglinton Avenue East) from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. on Sunday, June 17th. A graveside service will be held at Mount Pleasant Cemetery with the procession from the funeral home beginning at 11 a.m. on Monday, June 18th. Condolences and memories may be forwarded through www.humphreymiles.com. 'Life has been good and rewarding'

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HASKELL o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-12-18 published
ALLAN, Dorothy (formerly DOYLE, née HOYLAND)
Born in Sheffield, England, Dorothy died peacefully in her sleep on December 16, 2007 at Meighen Manor in Toronto. She was 87. A loving wife, she was predeceased by her first husband Ronald Edward DOYLE (father of her five children) and her second husband Donald Sutherland ALLAN. Beloved mother of Patti (Steve HASKELL) of Waterloo, Dorothy (John McGINN) of Stittsville, Kathy (John BLACK) of Cookstown, Michael DOYLE (Gaston COMEAU) of Crescent Beach, Nova Scotia and Pam DOYLE (Glen EASTON) of Toronto. Cherished Nanny of eight: Matthew (Brook) and Lindsay McGINN; Kate EMMERSON Kira, Alec and Michael BLACK; Megan and Drew EASTON. She is survived by her sister Joan VICKERS, a life long friend and support.
Widowed at an early age, Dorothy was a tremendous role model and inspiration to her young family. Throughout her life, as a mother and educator, she set an example of service. She was a teacher at Central Peel Secondary School in Brampton, Mimico High School, Silverthorn Collegiate and Humber College in Toronto. Dorothy and Don enjoyed sailing and lawn bowling at the Royal Canadian Yacht Club. They were also members of The Graduates Club and avid bridge players. The family would like to express their appreciation to the Davis Wing staff at the Isabel and Arthur Meighen Manor for the wonderful care provided for our mother. A celebration of Dorothy's life, followed by a reception, will take place Thursday, December 20th at 11: 00 a.m. at Turner and Porter Funeral Home, Butler Chapel, 4933 Dundas Street West, Etobicoke, Ontario M9A 1B6 (416) 231-2283. For those who wish donations may be made in her name to your local Alzheimer Society.

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HASKETT o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-07-18 published
The last survivor of Canada's camps for First World War 'alien enemies'
As a girl, she was one of 5,000 Ukrainian Canadians and about 3,500 Eastern Europeans who were interned under the War Measures Act and held prisoner behind barbed wire
By Allison LAWLOR, Special to The Globe and Mail; Globe and Mail archives, Page S8
Halifax -- After years of trying to convince her children that she had been imprisoned as a little girl in an internment camp in Spirit Lake, Quebec, Mary Manko HASKETT fought to ensure that all Canadians, would remember what had happened to her and thousands of others during the First World War.
At first, her children were unable to find the place on a map and assumed their mother was confused and had referred instead to something that happened in Ukraine. But in 1986, after reading a newspaper article, they finally understood the truth of her tragic story of being forced to live in a bush camp in rural Quebec in 1915.
She was one of 5,000 Ukrainian Canadians and about 3,500 Eastern Europeans who were interned under the War Measures Act and accommodated at 24 camps across the country until 1920. Another 80,000 people, the majority Ukrainian, were forced to register as "enemy aliens" and required to report to local authorities on a regular basis. Most had come to Canada at the turn of the century, when the government encouraged Ukrainian immigration with promises of freedom and free land.
"I have lived with memories of that injustice all my life," she once said. "I can never forget what was done to my family and me. We were innocent and yet we were treated as enemy aliens."
After the war ended, the matter was forgotten by the rest of Canada, said Ms. HASKETT, who was the last known survivor of the camps. "For many years, it was almost as if it was all a bad dream, a nightmare it would be best if we forgot, certainly not something other Canadians wanted to talk about with us, the victims."
For years, Ms. HASKETT served as the honorary chairperson of the National Redress Council of the Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Association. "I don't want an apology. How can anyone today apologize for something that happened 80 years ago?" she once told Lubomyr Luciuk of the Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Association. "I want people to remember."
Ms. HASKETT's parents, Andrew and Katherine MANKO, arrived in Canada from an area of Ukraine that belonged to Poland, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, in the early 1900s. When war broke out against Germany, Austria, Hungary and other parts of Eastern Europe, her family and thousands of others like them were regarded as enemy aliens. Depending on where they lived, some were forced to turn over money and property - which, according to McGill University historian J.H. Thompson, the government later auctioned for 10 cents on the dollar or kept. Some of that wealth is still in federal coffers.
Starting in 1914, camps and work sites were set up in British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Those of German heritage were sent to the more comfortable camps -- even though Imperial Germany was the wartime enemy -- while racist attitudes of the day pushed most of the Ukrainian detainees to the wilds of northern Quebec and the backcountry of British Columbia and Alberta.
In April, 1915, it was the Mankos' turn. The federal government rounded them up with several other Ukrainian families from a parish in Montreal's Point St. Charles area and put them on a train. They were taken hundreds of kilometres away to an internment camp behind barbed wire at Spirit Lake, known today as Lac Beauchamp, in Quebec's Abitibi region. It didn't matter that Mary, then 6, and two of her siblings were born in Canada.
"It wasn't fair they were taken out there. They had done no wrong," said her daughter, Fran HASKETT. "It was very sad."
At Spirit Lake, Mary and her brother, John, sisters Annie and Carolka, and her parents, all lived in a bunkhouse in the woods. Because she had been so young, Ms. HASKETT remembered very little of her time at the camp except for mental images of soldiers with bayonets standing guard, and of her father returning, half-frozen, after spending the day cutting firewood and clearing forests. The children were not allowed to attend school and the family was issued only two pairs of stockings. To make matters worse, Carolka died at the camp before she had reached her third birthday. The family was never able to locate her grave.
Hers was one of many deaths. Some internees were killed trying to scale the barbed-wire fence; others simply gave up and committed suicide. Overall, 107 detainees died in the camps.
Most internees were forced to do heavy labour and had their belongings confiscated, Doctor Luciuk said. At the Spirit Lake camp, the first internees had to clear the bush to create farm land. "It was an experimental farm carved out of the woods," he said.
On June 14, 1916, the Mankos were released. But it wasn't until 1920 that the last of the camps were closed.
"After a while, it became obvious that they posed no threat," said Doctor Luciuk, who teaches political geography at the Royal Military College in Kingston. For 20 years, he has scoured federal documents, interviewed survivors and written books about the events.
Why Ms. HASKETT and all the others were interned remains open to debate. Some historians point to xenophobia; others suggest wartime fervour. Canada was aligned with Britain against Austria-Hungary and was facing a labour shortage. The internment camps provided cheap or free labour to build the country's infrastructure and economy.
After the Manko family was released from the Spirit Lake camp, they made their way to Toronto and opened a grocery store in the Cabbagetown neighbourhood. They later moved to Mississauga, where Ms. HASKETT spent the majority of her life. "They never had much money," Fran HASKETT said. "They could stretch it."
Ms. HASKETT worked at a Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. plant for a time. In 1930, she married Frank HASKETT, a factory worker and union man. They had five children, losing one boy to a heart defect when he was less than a year old.
While raising her children and taking care of the family home, she formed a club with some women in the neighbourhood. They would regularly meet, away from their families, to talk, play cards or go to see a show. She always loved singing Ukrainian and other folk songs. "She was vivacious and had a wild sense of humour," Fran HASKETT said. "She was such a people person."
In 1986, Ms. HASKETT read a Globe and Mail article about the internment camps. The story had been written by Doctor Luciuk, and she tracked him down. "She was in no way bitter," he said. "She didn't see herself as a victim."
Ms. HASKETT wasn't interested in an apology or compensation for herself or any of the descendents of internees - she simply wanted the government to acknowledge that the internment had occurred, and that the value of the internees' confiscated wealth and forced labour to be put into an endowment fund to be used for educational purposes so that no other Canadians would ever again suffer in the same way.
On November 25, 2005, royal assent was given to Bill C 331, The Internment of Persons of Ukrainian Origin Recognition Act. The act acknowledges that persons of Ukrainian origin were interned in Canada during the First World War and legally obliges the government to negotiate "an agreement concerning measures that may be taken to recognize the internment" for educational and commemorative projects. So far, the latter mandate has not been fulfilled.
"We always hoped we would secure a timely and honourable redress settlement that Mary could bear witness to as the last known survivor of Canada's first national internment operations," Doctor Luciuk said. "I hope that when we secure our settlement, and we will, Mary will be there in spirit."
Mary Manko HASKETT was born in Montreal on August 10, 1908. She died of pneumonia at a long-term care facility in Mississauga on July 14, 2007. She was 98. She is survived by her son John and by daughters Fran and Dianne. She was predeceased by her husband, Frank, and by sons Ronald and Paul. A funeral mass will be held at St. Christopher's Catholic Church in Mississauga today at 10 a.m.

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HASKEY o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-08-27 published
DI PAOLO, Frank Paul
(Actuary, Former Vice President Confederation Life)
After a lengthy illness on August 24th, 2007 in his 81st year. Beloved husband of Stella. Dear father of Maria and Paola and her husband James WYLIE. Sadly missed by his brother-in-law Peter HASKEY. Friends may call at the Morley Bedford Funeral Home, 159 Eglinton Ave. W. (2 stoplights west of Yonge St.) on Monday, August 27th from 7-9 p.m. Funeral Mass at Holy Rosary Church, 354 St. Clair Ave. W. (east of Bathurst St.) on Tuesday, August 28th at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to the charity of one's choice would be appreciated.

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HASLAM o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-12-28 published
HOWARD, Daniel James
Daniel our most precious 1st born child has passed away on Wednesday, December 26, 2007. Beloved son of Jane and John and dear brother to Andrew. Daniel struggled with his disability for 20 years, but finally lost his battle at North York General Hospital surrounded by his family. Dear grand_son of Donald and the late Shirley HOWARD of Renfrew and Charles and Coreen FENTON of Toronto. Nephew of Pamela FENTON and Ann and Stephen HASLAM and cousins Rebecca and Claire and many other family members. He will be lovingly remembered and sadly missed by his Aunt Susan HOWARD of Munster Hamlet. He was beautifully cared for by his nurses Jean, Dana, Sheila, Susan, Shenaz and many other caregivers over the years. He will be missed by all his teachers and fellow students at Park Lane School. Special thanks to Doctor Leo LEVIN, Donna and the staff at Markham Pediatrics and Doctor R. MUNN for all their support. Thanks to the Hospital for Sick Children and all the staff that cared for him there. Friends may call on Friday, December 28th, from 7-9 p.m. at the R.S. Kane Funeral Home (6150 Yonge Street, at Goulding, south of Steeles). Funeral service to be held on Saturday, December 29 at 9 a.m. in the chapel. Interment Westminster Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Hospital for Sick Children, Easter Seals or President's Choice Children's Charity. Condolences - www.rskane.ca R.S. Kane 416-221-1159

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HASLETT o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-06-11 published
AMUNDRUD, Gordon Leonard (1924-2007)
World War II Veteran Department Of National Defence
Peacefully, at the Perley and Rideau Veterans' Health Centre on Friday, June 8, 2007. Predeceased by his beloved wife, Barbara (née HASLETT.) Loving father to David (Bev,) Gail (Jim,) Beverley and Karen (Benoit). Cherished grandfather of Andrew, Erik, Kirsten, Lauren, Justin, Alex and Matt. Dear brother of Howard (Helen) of Cochrane, Alberta; Marjorie (Louis) of Calgary; Kenneth (Molly) of Edmonton; Norman (Margaret) of Stony Plain, Alberta, and Marlene (Ron) of Regina. He will also be sorely missed by his many cousins, nieces and nephews. Near and dear to his heart was Vania, who provided care and comfort for seven years. Born and educated in Aylesbury, Saskatchewan, Gordon enlisted at age 18. He served as a pilot in the Royal Canadian Air Force and saw combat duty with Royal Air Force 76 Squadron out of Holme-On Spalding Moor, attaining the rank of Flight Lieutenant. He earned his Mechanical Engineering Degree at the University of Saskatchewan. A Gas Turbine Engine Specialist, he was involved with the Avro Arrow, the Bras d'Or Hydrofoil and the four Tribal Class Destroyers. Gordon was active as a coach in minor baseball and hockey, and as a volunteer in competitive swimming. His passions were photography and all outdoor activities. Friends are invited to visit at the Central Chapel of Hulse, Playfair and McGarry, 315 McLeod Street, on Tuesday from 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel of the Perley and Rideau Veterans' Health Centre on Wednesday at 3 p.m. The family would like to thank the kind and caring staff and Dr. TOBIN of Gatineau 2 North, where he spent his final 5 years. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alzheimer Society of Ottawa or to the Perley and Rideau Veterans' Health Centre.

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HASSELL o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-07-26 published
BURRELL, Joan Marguerite (née HASSELL)
By Anne SCANLAN, Page L8
Mother, "Nana," wife, sister, friend. Born September 11, 1930, in Toronto. Died April 28 in Toronto of leukemia, aged 76.
Joan was a woman of style and class, best known in her later years as the matriarch of the family home in North York. The role of doctor's wife fit her like a slipper, although it was hardly as glamorous as she might have first imagined.
The third daughter of Beth and Jack HASSELL, Joan was a city girl. It was in the city that she met medical student Archie BURRELL, on a date arranged by Joan's sister, Carol, who was dating Archie's University of Toronto med student pal, Douglas BRODIE. Doctors BURRELL and BRODIE were destined to be brothers-in-law.
The bride soon followed the groom back to the countryside from which he hailed, specifically as the town doctor in Dundalk north of Orangeville, Ontario (Archie was from nearby Hanover.) Dundalk's claim to fame is that it's Ontario's highest point (526 metres) it's unlikely that the high point of Joan's career as a doctor's wife was the day a patient came by the house with four recently slaughtered chickens as payment for Doctor BURRELL's services.
More to her liking was the response at the local general store when Joan first arrived: "You just leave the bags here and we'll deliver them to you. You're the new doctor's wife."
Joan and Archie had six children: four girls and two boys. (Two of the girls were delivered by Archie himself because he beat the scheduled doctor to the delivery room.) Joan and her young family learned quickly that a country doctor was on permanent call.
She became the wife of a city doctor in 1962, when the family moved to North York. Life with Joan was always an adventure. No matter where the out-of-town destination, the car wouldn't get far before Joan would find a lake suitable for a spontaneous swim.
In the fall of 1982, Joan and Archie ventured to Saudi Arabia, where Archie worked in a hospital clinic. They used Jetta as a jetting-off point to travel in Europe and Asia. After returning to Canada, Joan followed her husband to the north, where Archie filled in for doctors on vacation.
In her later years, Joan loved nothing more than being surrounded by her six children and 10 grandchildren. Her laughter could fill a room. Music was also close to her heart. Joan sang in the choir of the Forest Grove United Church, and would often have a grandchild seated next to her on the piano bench at home.
On the night of Joan's final family Christmas gathering, her family surrounded her as she played Christmas carols deep into the evening. She never looked more content.
Anne SCANLAN, Joan's daughter, submitted this on behalf of siblings John, Sylvia, Elaine, Ruth and Andrew.

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HASTED o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-11-14 published
BELFORD, Alice Grace (née HASTED)
Passed away peacefully at Stevenson Memorial Hospital in Alliston, on Sunday, November 11th, 2007, at the age of 94. Grace BELFORD, beloved wife of the late Joseph F. BELFORD. Dear mother of Joan BELFORD (Peter WHITE/WHYTE) of Toronto and Richard of Saskatoon. Fondly remembered by step-grandchildren Darren WHITE/WHYTE (Katherine) of Kingston, and Laura (WHITE/WHYTE) NEWSOME (Don) of Roanoke, Virginia. Predeceased by her brother Syd HASTED. Born in Toronto in 1913, Grace attended George Syme Public School and Runnymede Collegiate. After she married Joe in 1939, they moved to the country where Joe took over the Tottenham Creamery. Both Joe and Grace became Tottenham stalwarts as members of Christ Church (Anglican), the bridge club, the lawn bowling club, and supporters of every community undertaking. After recovering from Joe's unexpected death in 1982, Grace went on to enjoy travelling the world, and involvement in the horticultural society, the library, and the Tottenham food bank. Four years ago, she entered a new life chapter first at Simcoe Village, and later at Simcoe Manor. Visitation at the Rod Abrams Funeral Home #1666 Tottenham Rd., Tottenham (905) 936-3477 on Thursday November 15th, from 6-9 p.m. Memorial Service to be held Friday, November 16th at Christ Church (Anglican) Tottenham at 11: 00 a.m. If desired, donations may be made to Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation or a charity of your choice.

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HASTIE o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2007-08-04 published
KOBE, Dale Karl
In Durham Thursday August 2, 2007. Dale KOBE of Hanover, formerly of Durham in his 64th year. Beloved husband of Diane (née HASTIE.) Loving father of Stephen (Jacklyn), Bryan (Branda), and Jannette (Harry) BAILEY all of Durham. Loved brother of Gary (Hermaine) of Kitchener. Sadly missed by grandchildren Mark, Amanda, Brett and Tom and his nieces and nephews and their families. The family will receive Friends at the Royal Canadian Legion, Durham on Tuesday from 10 a.m. until 12 noon. Funeral Service will be held at the Royal Canadian Legion, Durham at 12: 00 noon on Tuesday August 7, 2007. Interment Durham Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to Fawcett-McEachern Funeral Home and Cremation Centre, Durham.

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HASTIE o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2007-09-17 published
RYDALL, Joan Adeline (née FERGUSON)
Peacefully at her son's home at R.R.#2, Durham on Saturday, September 15, 2007. Joan (née FERGUSON) of Orangeville in her 62nd year. Loved mother of Sherry OUTHWAITE and Alan LEIBTOG of Hamilton and Calvin (Maureen) of R.R.#2, Durham. Loving sister of Jack (Hazel) of R.R.#2, Hanover, Jessie PITTMAN of Scarborough, Ella (Roy) WHITE/WHYTE of Midland, Norman (Derlene) of Port Elgin, Mike of Alma, Joyce (Bob) BARHAM of Walkerton, Jean (Keith) HASTIE of R.R.#2, Priceville and Nancy (Robert) TALBOT of Walkerton. Sadly missed by her grandchildren Erin, Katey, Becky and Amy. Predeceased by her parents Irwin and Janet and her sister Gladys HELM. The family will receive Friends at the Fawcett-McEachern Funeral Home and Cremation Centre, Durham on Monday from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service will be held at the Royal Canadian Legion, Durham at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, September 18, 2007. Interment Amos Cemetery, Dromore.

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HASTINGS o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2007-12-29 published
THOMPSON/THOMSON/TOMPSON/TOMSON, Mary Elizabeth (McBRIDE, née SACZKOWSKI)
After a two year courageous battle with cancer, Mary (née SACZKOWSKI) of Shallow Lake passed away Thursday, December the 13th, 2007 in her 49th year. Beloved wife of Tim. Loving mother of Chris GIERUSZ (Courtney HOFELS) Bolton, and Amanda GIERUSZ (Chris PARISIEN) Shallow Lake. Devoted grandmother to Alex, Nicholas and Noah. Cherished sister of Cyndi (Tom FRAME) Acton, Ellen (Jeff CAMBELL) Torrance and Richard (Cathy) Kingston. Predeceased by parents Richard and Wilma (Graham HASTINGS.) Daughter-in-law of Georgina THOMPSON/THOMSON/TOMPSON/TOMSON, Meaford and sister-in-law of Jim THOMPSON/THOMSON/TOMPSON/TOMSON (Sue BROWN) Shallow Lake. Former employee of Maple View Residence of Owen Sound. A celebration of Mary's life will take place Saturday, January the 5th, 2008 at Victoria Parks Community Centre, 35 Victoria Cres., Mono Mills from 1: 00 pm-3:00 p.m. If so desired, donations to the Terry Fox Run would be appreciated (as per Mary's wishes).

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HASTY o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-05-29 published
DESROCHES, Pierre (1931-2007)
In Longueuil, on May 24, 2007, of cancer, died Pierre DESROCHES, formerly Executive vice president of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, executive director of Telefilm Canada, Officier des arts et des lettres de la France, Doctor Honoris Causa of the Faculty of Arts of Ottawa University, surrounded by his family. Dearly beloved Denise MacBETH, loving father of Daniel (Helene ALLARD) and Anne-Marie (Normand HASTY,) loved grandfather of Marie-Eve, Elise, Claude, Thomas and Mathilde, survived by his brother Marc and his sisters, Denyse, Monique and Micheline. The family will receive their Friends at the Groupe Yves Légaré, 2750 Marie-Victorin E., in Longueuil, (514) 595-1500 on Thursday, May 31st from 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m. Funeral service will be held on Saturday, June 2 at 11 a.m. in the Cathedrale St-Antoine de Padoue, corner of St-Charles St. and Chambly, in Longueuil. If desired, memorial donations may be made to Ste-Justine Hospital Foundation (neonatalogy), to La Fondation du Père Lindsay or to The foundation of Les Jeunesses musicales du Canada.

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HASWELL o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2007-07-27 published
CROSSEY, Linda Ann (née BROOKING)
Peacefully at the Grey Bruce Health Services in Owen Sound on Thursday, July 26th, 2007. Linda Ann CROSSEY (née BROOKING,) of Owen Sound. Loving wife of Glenn (Archie) CROSSEY for 45 years. Much loved mother of Brentt CROSSEY and his wife, Janice, of Kitchener and Michele WHITE/WHYTE and her husband, Don, of Wiarton. “Gammie“ to Lauren and Hannah WHITE/WHYTE and Erica and Beth CROSSEY. Dear sister of Greg BROOKING and his wife, Patricia, of Annan. Sister-in-law of Don CROSSEY (Sylvia) and Bill CROSSEY (Mary,) all of Bowmanville. Most cherished friend of Linda WATSON, of Oshawa and Patricia HASWELL, of Owen Sound. Predeceased by her parents, Howard and Dorothy BROOKING. The family will receive Friends and relatives at the Brian E. Wood Funeral Home, 250 - 14th Street West, Owen Sound (519-376-7492) on Saturday, July 28th, 2007 from 1: 00-4:00 p.m. If so desired, the family would appreciate donations to the Grey Bruce Health Services Foundation as your expression of sympathy.

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HASWOOD o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2007-01-03 published
George Archie "Waabaankwad" (Paul) WAHSQUONAIKEZHIK
In loving memory of George Archie "Waabaankwad" (Paul) WAHSQUONAIKEZHIK, August 3, 1931 - December 19, 2006.
Waabaankwad of South Bay (Wikwemikong) passed away at the Plummer Hospital in Sault Sainte Marie in his 75th year.
Loving son of Margaret and John (Paul) WAHSQUONAIKEZHIK, both predeceased. Dear stepson of Daniel and Julia WEMIGWANS. Loving father of Viola (late Frederick) RECOLLET of Sault Sainte Marie and Robert MADAHBEE of Ottawa. Beloved grandfather to Holly (Albert,) Tracey (Jamie), Crystal and Rheal. Great grandfather to Chelsey, Eva-Marie, Hayden and Wassnodeh. Dear brother to Theresa HASWOOD (Tully) of Rock Springs, New Mexico, Christina SINOBERT (Cecil) of Sagamok, Bernadette RECOLLET (Stanley, predeceased) of Wikwemikong, Josette WAHSQUONAIKEZHIK (Brad) of Sudbury, Jean DEBASSIGE of Sudbury, Ernest (Annette) of Keshena, Wisconsin, Gabriel of Birch Island, Francis (Beverly) of Sault Sainte Marie, Luke (Tara) of Fort Alexander, Manitoba, Christopher of Sudbury, Thaddius LAVALLEE of Wikwemikong, Tina McCURLEY (Ken) of Birch Island. Predeceased by siblings Rita, Annette, Bertha, Celina, Patricia, Ida, Joseph Louie and Adam. He will be sadly missed by many nieces and nephews, adopted and step-family members, extended family throughout the pow wow circle, Friends. Archie enjoyed hunting, fishing, playing baseball, step dancing, joking and story telling. Archie attended numerous pow wows, carrying the Veterans Staff. Archie served in WW2 and the Korean War. Rested at South Bay Community Centre from 7 pm, Thursday, December 21, 2006 until the Funeral Mass on Saturday, December 23, 2006 at 11 am. Burial in Veterans Cemetery.

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