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MEECH o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-01-06 published
MEECH, Richard Campbell, Q.C. (September 16, 1921-January 3, Honorary Consul General of Thailand Partner Emeritus and Counsel, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP R.C. ('Dick') MEECH died peacefully at home surrounded by his loving family. He was with his beloved wife of 55 years, Carol; his children Susan, Richard, Peter, Sarah (Sally,) and Nan; his sons-in-law Craig MILLER, Kurt HANZLIK, and Sava TATIC; his daughter-in-law Jill RIGBY; and his granddaughters Madeleine and Nathalie HANZLIK- MEECH and grand_son Rade MEECH- TATIC. He was the devoted son of the late Richard George MEECH, Q.C. and Elizabeth CAMPBELL. He was predeceased was by his adored sister Elizabeth, her husband Stanley PALMER, and his niece Mary Lou BAILLIE. He will be missed by Andrew BAILLIE and his children Emma, Victoria and Oliver. The extended Crockett family in the U.S. also mourns his loss. Dick's Friends and colleagues and anyone who had the chance to get to know him are saddened by his passing. Dick's lifelong love of travel began early, at six months old, when he travelled by ocean liner to Toronto from Portsmouth, England where he was born. Dick distinguished himself early on by winning Cutest Baby Award at the Broadview Boys' Institute Fair. Dick got a kick out of being one of St. Clement's School's oldest male 'sandbox' alumni. Other fond childhood memories relate to his years spent at Ridley College and at Onondaga Camp. He went on to get his B.A. in 1946 from Trinity College, University of Toronto where he joined the Kappa Alpha Society. He then received his LL.B. from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1950 and his LL.M. from Harvard Law School in 1951. During World War 2 Dick served as an Royal Canadian Air Force and Royal Air Force pilot in the United Kingdom, India and Burma (1942-1946). He flew with Royal Air Force Coastal Command out of England in 1944 and flew his own DC3 to India. He flew Air Transport with the 31 Squadron Royal Air Force, dropping supplies to the British Army in 'the forgotten war' in Burma from January to November 1945. He was discharged with the rank of Flying Officer and finally returned to Canada in January 1946. Dick loved practising corporate law. He was a partner of Borden and Elliot (now Borden Ladner Gervais LLP) from 1956 to 1990. He established the Canadian Investor Protection Fund, the Canadian Securities Institute and the Canadian Depository for Securities and was advisor to these self-regulatory organizations as well as the Investment Dealers Association of Canada. He was one of the first lawyers to have expertise in the mutual fund industry. Mr. MEECH was the Honorary Consul General of Thailand. He was appointed Commander of the Most Exalted Order of the White Elephant (Thailand) in 1986 and Knight Commander of the Most Noble Order of the Crown of Thailand in 1990. He was the longest serving Honorary Consul General of the Consular Corps of Toronto (1967-2007). Dick found very rewarding his longtime involvement with the International Bar Association and particularly the Section on Business Law (Chairman, 1982-84). He formed long-lasting Friendships with many lawyers from around the world. Dick was a director of many leading corporations. He was Chairman of the Board of Howden Group PLC (1982-87); Director and Chairman of the audit committees of Barclays Bank of Canada, Budd Canada Inc., the Personal Insurance Company of Canada, Slater Steel Industries Limited and Stanton Pipes Limited; Director, Vice-President and Secretary of Textron Canada Limited, Director and Chairman of Eskofot Canada Limited, Director and President of Austin Knight Canada Inc., and Director, Vice-President and Secretary of Canabam Limited. He was also a Director of Brown Boveri Howden Limited, The Continental Insurance Company of Canada, Canadian Pacific Forest Products Limited, the Dominion Insurance Corporation, Godfrey Howden Limited, the Great Lakes Paper Company Limited, Howden Group America Inc, J.B.A. Software Canada Ltd., R.C. Cola Canada Limited and Textron Canada Limited. Dick took pleasure in being of service to the community and enjoyed working with so many different people. He was a Director of the Harold E. Ballard Foundation at the time of his death and had previously been active in numerous organizations, including the Salvation Army (Advisory Board), Sunnybrook Medical Centre (Trustee, 1966-81) and then Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre (Trustee Emeritus), Queen's University (Trustee, 1980-92), Canadian Club of Canada (President, 1974-75), National Club (President, 1980-81), Textron Canada Charitable Foundation (1972-98). He was delighted to contribute his time over the years to Havergal College, Ridley College, Harvard Law School Assn., and Wellesley College Cdn. Foundation. Dick's passions were numerous and included golf, tennis, skiing, fishing, walking (Himalayas, Thailand, Alps), singing, dancing, games of every description, and travel with family and Friends. He valued the time he spent at the following clubs: York, National, Toronto, Toronto Golf, Granite, and B&R. Dick's eyes twinkled with his love of life, his wonderful sense of humour and his delightful sense of playfulness. He treated everyone with respect and kindness and always tried to see the positive side of life. We are so happy he was in our lives. He was a true gentleman and a class act. A Celebration of Life Service will take place at 3: 30 p.m. on Tuesday, January 9th, 2007 at The Anglican Church of St. Clement, Eglinton located at 59 Briar Hill Ave (corner of Duplex and Briar Hill Aves.). The reception following the service will be held at the York Club. A private family burial will take place. If desired, In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to The Temmy Latner Centre for Palliative Care (416-586-4800 ext. 8290), the Salvation Army, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, or a charity of your choice. If you have a story or memory you would like to share with the family, please send it c/o Susan MEECH, Box 82, 33 Hazelton Ave, Toronto M5R 2E3. Condolences and memories may also be sent to meech12345@yahoo.ca. Arrangements are under the direction of the Humphrey Funeral Home - A.W. Miles Chapel http://www.humphreymiles.com (416-487-4523).

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MEECH o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-10-10 published
MacKINNON, Kenneth Joseph Chisholm, M.D., F.R.C.S.C.
Mahoney's Beach, Antigonish County, died peacefully at age 86 on October 8, 2007 surrounded by his family at Saint Martha's Regional Hospital, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, of prostate cancer. A man of deep faith, humility, compassion and intellectual curiosity, he touched and changed many lives. His many interests included fly-fishing, gardening, meditation and his property at Mahoney's Beach. Born in Antigonish in 1921, he was the son of Doctor William Francis and Mary (CHISHOLM) MacKINNON. He graduated from St. Francis Xavier University and Dalhousie Medical School. After his marriage to Ann Frances MEECH in 1945, he practiced medicine with his father in Antigonish and his father-in-law Doctor Lloyd MEECH in North Sydney before moving to Montreal. They resided there for over 30 years where they raised their nine children. He is survived by his second wife Beryl MacINTOSH; children: Sheilagh (William HUDON), Southside Harbour, Nova Scotia and Denver, Colorado Jo Ann (Chris MURPHY), Halifax; Doctor David (Geraldine), Tappan, New York; Mairi (Sasha MANACAS), Montreal; Doctor Susan (Bruce TUCKER), Highland Park, New Jersey; Kenneth (Laura SANTINI), Montreal Dr. Laura (George CAWKWELL), Kingston, Ontario; Kathryn (John METCALF,) Halifax; daughter-in-law Diane, St. Andrew's, Nova Scotia. He is also survived by his sisters Maureen MacGILLIVRAY and Patricia MacNEIL and brother Rev. Gregory MacKINNON of Antigonish 24 grandchildren; 2 step-grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren, many nephews and nieces. He was predeceased by his parents, his first wife Ann, son Wm. Lloyd of St. Andrew's, Nova Scotia; 5 siblings, 2 in adulthood (brothers William and John of Antigonish.) Doctor MacKINNON received his postgraduate medical training at McGill University, joining the staff of the Royal Victoria Hospital and McGill University in 1953. He was appointed Urologist in Chief at the Royal Victoria Hospital in 1959 and Professor of Surgery and Chairman of the Division of Urology at McGill University in 1969. In his latter years at the Royal Victoria Hospital, he was Chairman of the Medical Board and Director of Professional Services. In 1958, he was a key member of the transplant team which performed one of the first successful kidney transplants in the world. He held visiting professorships at 13 medical centres in Canada, the U.S. and Israel. In 1979, he and Ann moved to Nairobi, Kenya where he was Executive Director of the Aga Khan Hospital. They returned to Nova Scotia in 1982 where he became Chief of Staff at the Halifax Infirmary and Adjunct Professor of Urology at Dalhousie University. H Eng established a Palliative Care Unit at the Halifax Infirmary. He and Ann moved to Antigonish and in semi-retirement, he directed the Palliative Care Unit at Saint Martha's Hospital and helped establish others around the province. Among many honours, Doctor MacKINNON was awarded Doctor of Laws by Dalhousie University and St. Francis Xavier University and received the Canadian Urological Association Achievement Award. He served as President of the Canadian Urological Association and the Canadian Academy of Urological Surgeons. He loved and lived life with passion. Visitation will be in C.L. Curry Funeral Home, 135 College Street, Antigonish on Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral mass will be in St. Ninian's Cathedral on Friday at 11: 00 a.m. Burial in the parish cemetery. Donations in memory may be made to the Palliative Care Society of Antigonish Town and County, P O. Box 996, Antigonish, N.S.. B2G 2S3 or L'Arche Antigonish, 4 West Street, Antigonish, Nova Scotia B2G 1R8. Online condolences: www.clcurry.com

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MEEHAN o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2007-11-26 published
Top judge retained common touch
By Jim BROWN, Canadian Press, Mon., November 26, 2007
Ottawa -- If ever a man was in love with the legal profession, devoted to its traditions and steeped in its history, it was Joseph Antonio Charles LAMER, the 16th chief justice of Canada.
But if ever a man managed to keep the common touch while walking with the high and mighty, it was also the guy from gritty, east-end Montreal known to Friends and colleagues as Tony.
LAMER, 74, died in the overnight hours between Friday and Saturday, surrounded by family members.
He had been in and out of hospital several times in recent years suffering from recurring heart problems.
In nearly 20 years on the Supreme Court of Canada, half of them as chief justice, LAMER never lost his taste for the simple pleasures.
On sunny summer weekdays he frequently fled the austere confines of the court to stroll the Sparks Street Mall in downtown Ottawa at lunchtime, grazing on the fare offered by street vendors.
Saturday mornings often found him among the shoppers at the Loblaw's supermarket a few blocks to the east along Rideau Street.
"I would see him sitting at the snack bar with a hotdog and a Coke, shooting the breeze with whoever else was there taking a break from groceries," recalled Eugene MEEHAN, a prominent Ottawa lawyer and longtime friend.
"I doubt anyone knew his day job."
Renowned for his expertise in criminal law, LAMER built a reputation on the bench as a man who could see through the legal maze to the human issues at stake in the courtroom.
"He was a champion of rights and liberties," said Bernard AMYOT, president of the Canadian Bar Association.
"It was under his watch, especially as chief justice, that many Charter cases started to percolate up to the Supreme Court."
LAMER's folksy personal manner was more than a facade. Although he was the son of a lawyer, he was born on July 8, 1933, into the same rough-and-tumble neighbourhood where his father had grown up and insisted on staying.
"Everybody went to the penitentiary except two guys," LAMER later reminisced about his boyhood playmates.
"I saw these people turn into holdup men, one of them committed murder. The girl across the street became a prostitute."
LAMER took another route, to College St-Laurent, one of the schools where the francophone elite of the day sent their children, then to the Universite de Montreal for a law degree.
During 12 years in private practice he made a name as a criminal lawyer -- and successfully defended Quebec nationalist Pierre Bourgault on a charge of inciting the 1968 St-Jean-Baptiste Day riot where the crowd showered Pierre Trudeau with debris.
A year later Trudeau, the arch-federalist Liberal prime minister, appointed LAMER, at age 36, as a judge of Quebec Superior Court.

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MEEHAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-01-02 published
SCRUTTON, Sheila
After much suffering on Sunday, December 31, 2006 in her 81st year. Beloved wife of the late Donald "Wink" SCRUTTON. Loving mother of Lorie GIBSON (Jim,) Michael SCRUTTON (Kathy,) Trisha LOLLAR (Mark), Susan JOLICOEUR (Ron), Alison MEEHAN (Dan) and Jennifer LOVE (mike.) Proud grandmother of Cathy (Dave,) Jimmy (Allison), Elizabeth, Matthew, Kate, Ben, Mitchell, Julie, Ian (Kim), Laura, Jane, Maddie and Campbell; great-grandmother of Zach and Sam. Survived by her sisters Lisa WELLBELOVE, Jessie ROSE and Audrey WHITE/WHYTE. Predeceased by her brother Edgar EWART and sister Marion CAMPBELL. Friends and family will be received at the James Reid Funeral Home, Cataraqui Chapel (1900 John Counter Blvd at Highway 2) on Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral Service to be held in the Chapel on Thursday, January 4, 2007 at 11 a.m. Private Family Interment Cataraqui Cemetery. As an expression of sympathy, memorial donations made to the charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family. www.jamesreidfuneralhome.com

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MEEHAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-10-01 published
LYND, Patricia (née MEEHAN)
Peacefully surrounded by her family at the York Central Hospital on Saturday September 29, 2007 in her 85th year. Beloved wife of Ben for 53 years. Loving mother of Kathleen and her husband Willem JANSEN and Megan and her husband Serge BRIERE. She will be sadly missed and fondly remembered by her nieces Pat, Suzanne, Mary-Catherine and Laura and nephews Bob, Tom, Laurie, Peter, Malcolm and sister-in-law Jane. A memorial service will take place at a later date. Interment Newmarket Cemetery. As expressions of sympathy donations to the Ontario Humane Society or the Ontario Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to the Thompson Funeral Home, Aurora, (905) 727-5421.

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MEEHAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-10-30 published
MEEHAN, Justice Michael
71 years, Friday, October 26th, 2007 in Sudbury. Survived by daughters Patricia Lynn MEEHAN of Sudbury, Diane Michelle MEEHAN of Little Current, Kathryn L. MEEHAN of Kitchener and Maia WERTHEIM of Toronto, grand_sons; Reid and Evan CORMIER, Brock Meehan TAUS, Luke and Owen SINCLAIR. Predeceased by his parents Thomas and Winnifred 'Honey' MEEHAN. Michael was the Senior Partner of Meehan, Maranger, Horeck and Pharand with branches in Sudbury, Espanola and Manitoulin Island, he served as the Federal Prosecutor for the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin. He served on City Council, with distinction. Michael was appointed, the youngest ever at the time, to the Federal Bench, in 1973. As a Judge he was active in many Ontario Districts, including a tenure as Regional Senior Justice of Lambton County. He completed his time as a Justice in his home town of Sudbury, as the longest serving Justice in Ontario. He was a member of the Canada Pension Appeals Board. An avid sailor and outdoorsman, he was very proud of his Irish heritage. Michael was widely travelled, but most happy at his cottage on Birch Lake. Resting at the Jackson and Barnard Funeral Home, 233 Larch St. Funeral Mass in Christ the King Church, Wednesday, October 31st, 2007 at 10 a.m. Prayers 8 p.m. Tuesday. Donations to the Cancer Center or Sudbury Arts Council would be appreciated. (Friends may call 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Tuesday).

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MEEK o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2007-01-08 published
PARKINS, Dorothy Inata
Of Saint Thomas, on Saturday, January 6, 2007, at the Saint Thomas-Elgin General Hospital, peacefully surrounded by her loving family, in her 73th year. Beloved wife of the late George Ewin "Ted" PARKINS and loved mother of Perry and his wife Sandra, Marty and his wife Michelle, Steven and Jeff and his wife Suzanne and Brad PARKINS. Much loved grandmother of Kelsey, Katie, Maggie, Craig, Aaron, Hollice, Madison, Hunter, Aleisha and Kara. Dear sister of Elinor MEEK of Willowdale and Marjorie and her husband Jim TRUMAN of Saint Thomas. Predeceased by 4 brothers Ralph, Cameron, Calvin and Raymond and by a sister Ruth FREEMAN. Dear sister-in-law of Orva and her husband John 'Jock" BOGART of Shedden and Dorothy PARKINS of Saint Thomas. Sadly missed by a number of nieces and nephews. Dorothy worked at the C.I.B.C., Hayes Dana and after retirement she worked for Tim Horton's. She was a member of the Elgin Labour Centre where she volunteered, an associate member of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 41, and was a 10 year member of the Rehoboth Support Centre. She also actively visited shut-ins. Resting at Williams Funeral Home, 45 Elgin Street, Saint Thomas where funeral service will be held Wednesday at 1: 00 p.m. Cremation to follow. Visitation Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Remembrances would be appreciated to the Rehoboth Support Home, the Canadian Cancer Society or the Heart and Stroke Foundation.

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MEEK o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-09-20 published
MEEK, Queena Anne (formerly POCOCK, née WILSON)
Peacefully, in Toronto, on September 17, 2007, after a long life. Queena was born on December 12, 1909, the younger daughter of the late Alice (née BRADLEY) and Joseph WILSON. She is pre-deceased by her sister Eva (Alfred;) and her late husbands Clarence POCOCK and Haldon MEEK. Queena is survived by her nephew, Doctor Ronald FOOTE, and his wife Sybil, as well as their children, spouses and five great-grand nieces and nephews: Andrew and Lori FOOTE and their sons Eric and Adam; Victoria FOOTE and John LORINC and their sons Jacob and Sammy; and Trevor FOOTE and Robin KING, and their daughter Corrie. Queena worked for many years as a secretary in the accounting firm of Clarkson Gordon. In her spare time, she enjoyed tennis, travelling and bridge. She was also blessed with a wry sense of humour, a warm smile and an abundance of common sense. Queena's family would like to extend its gratitude to Miriam Deschamps and Juliette Delpesph for all the compassion and generosity they've provided Queena in the past several years. Private funeral arrangements have been made.

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MEEN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-08-11 published
BINDER, Marilyn Patricia (née MEEN)
Marilyn Fought For Life. Marilyn Patricia (MEEN) BINDER passed away on August 4, 2007, surrounded by devoted family at her home in Bellingham, Washington. She was 49. Marilyn had waged a valiant battle with kidney cancer for almost four years. The disease knocked her to the mat more than a few times. Always, she mounted a new and of tuntried defense drawing from experimental drug protocols. Diagnosed well after the disease had spread, Marilyn humbled us with her courage and exceeded all expectations of life expectancy in her determination to survive for her husband and children. She was educated at York Mills Collegiate Institute in Toronto, Ontario, where she was born. She graduated with a Bachelor of Economics from McMaster University in nearby Hamilton, and was working as a bank manager when she married her college sweetheart, Richard BINDER. The couple raised sons Michael, now 18, and Derek, 15, in Pickering and Barrie, Ontario, before moving to Kelso, Washington, in 1994 and on to Bellingham six years later. Marilyn knew what Friends were for and attracted an everexpanding circle in her chosen role as hockey-, soccer- and tennis-mom. Coordinating the Fairhaven Chess Club for three years, her Friends recall that, over time, her place became an open house for socializing 'chess parents' while the kids played downstairs. In spare time, she joined in charity walkathons and volunteered her time at Butler Acres Elementary School in Kelso, and Happy Valley and Fairhaven schools in Bellingham. Close Friends cherish memories of Marilyn - active on holidays, on boat rides in Muskoka and the Okanogan, and parasailing, skiing and cheering from the sidelines of her boys' games. We picture her in more private moments with dog Sara and cat Raja, knitting or needlepoint at the ready, and a listening ear and open heart for any friend who might call. Marilyn's generosity towards her Friends was returned in kind in the ups and downs of illness. Our family remains evergrateful to many Bellingham neighbours and Friends, longtime Friends in British Columbia and Ontario, and 'the angels of Longview,' whose near-daily mailings brought support from the day of diagnosis to the day of her passing. Her unfailing humour, smile, and style will be deeply missed, not only by immediate family but by her parents Arthur and Shirley MEEN of Toronto, sisters Jennifer, Liz and Christine (BINDER) and their families, and in-laws Hermann and Doris BINDER. In recognition of researchers and physicians who specialize in kidney cancer treatments, Marilyn has asked that donations be directed to the Kidney Cancer Association at www.kidneycancer.org, so the fight may ultimately be won. A Celebration of Marilyn's Life will be held at 11: 00 a.m. on Saturday, August 11th, at Bayview Chapel in the funeral home (Lakeway and Woburn). You may share your thoughts and memories of Marilyn in the on-line memorial guest book at www.molesfuneralhomes.com

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MEER o@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-07-11 published
VAN MEER, Harvey James
At Headwaters Health Care Centre, Shelburne, on Monday, July 9, 2007. Harvey James VAN MEER of Dundalk in his 76th year. Loved father of Brian VAN MEER and wife Flo of Mount Forest and Bob VAN MEER and wife Kelly of Harriston. Loving grandfather of Willie, Deanna, Rebecca, Tatum and Justin. Dear brother of June GAGNON and husband Ray of Desbarats, Earl VAN MEER and wife Davida of Sundridge and Allan VAN MEER and wife Josephine of Sundridge. Brother-in-law of Mary ADAM/ADAMS of Sundridge. Also survived by his many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by parents James and Elsie VAN MEER and brother Jimmy VAN MEER. Cremation has taken place. A celebration of Harvey's life will be held at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #285, Dundalk on Saturday, July 21, 2007 at 3 p.m. Memorial donations to the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #285, Dundalk or the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the famihy. Online condolences may be made at www.hendrickfuneralhome.com
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MEERSTRA o@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-12-12 published
HOWCHIN, Mildred
Heartfelt thanks to our relatives and Friends for the prayers, floral tributes, donations, phone calls, sympathy cards and tributes given when we lost our mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, Mildred. Sincere appreciation to Bill MEERSTRA who conducted the service, to the casket and flower bearers and to Mary GAULT for serving the lunch. These acts of kindness mean so much to us. Thanks also to the people in the community, the Bethel Bible church members, neighbours, Tammy WEBB and others who enriched her life. Your kindness will sustain us through the days ahead.
- Dianne DEAN, Wayne HOWCHIN, Gwen FISCHER and families.
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MEESER o@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2007-01-10 published
McFARLANE, Rhoda Maggie Priscilla (née HENRY)
Peacefully at Dufferin Oaks, Shelburne, on Thursday, January 4, 2007 in her 100th year. Dear wife of the late Earl McFARLANE (1991.) Beloved mother of Donna BEAN and Sharon (Albert) MEESER of Shelburne and Douglas (Avril) McFARLANE of Etobicoke. Cherished grandmother of Bob BEAN and Rhonda BEAN of Orillia; Brenda MALLETTE of Barrie; Betty (Brian) TRAVERS of Phelpston; Valerie McFARLANE (Yavuz CAN) of Innisfil; Marylee (Doug) LEE of Aylmer; David McFARLANE of Burlington; Elaine, Jeanette and Carolyn McFARLANE of Toronto and nine great-grandchildren. Dear sister of Doris (Harry) SAWYERS of Shelburne. Predeceased by her brother Branter HENRY, sister Musetta WATSON and grand_son Kevin BEAN. The family received Friends at the Doney Funeral Home on Saturday and Sunday. The funeral service took place in the funeral home chapel on Sunday, January 7, 2007 at 3 p.m. Donations to Dufferin Oaks Auxiliary or Headwaters Health Care Centre, Shelburne would be appreciated.
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