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CADA o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2008-03-19 published
Arnold Angus Frank CADA
In loving memory of Arnold Angus Frank Cada, March 26, 1922 - March 12,
2008, who passed away at his residence on the Sheshegwaning First Nation
with his family at his side. son of the late Paul Sr. and Rachel Cada.
Predeceased by 5 brothers and 4 sisters. Will sadly be missed by his wife
Georgina Cada and they were together since 1949. Will be dearly missed by
Albert Cada (Debbie), Bertha McKinley (Clifford), Verna Hardwick (Bill),
Marie McLeod (John), Frank Cada, Nancy Cada, Randolph Cada (Tammy), Ann
Cada-Hamelin (Jerry), Grace McLean (Morley), Marilyn Cada (Jim King-
Seguin), Joan Cada, Elaine Salo (Henry). Will also be missed by 18
grandchildren, 7 great grandchildren and also survived by many nieces,
nephews and Friends. He was known most of his life as Angus. He was a
World War II veteran who served overseas in Europe from 1942 - 1946. He
worked as a labourer in the pulp and logging industry, operating a
skidder and log loader. Angus enjoyed his family, hunting, reading and
crosswords. Friends called at the Culgin Funeral Home from 6 to 9 pm on
Friday, March 14, 2008. The funeral service was conducted in the Wm. G.
Turner Chapel on Saturday, March 15, 2008 at 12 noon with Pastor Erwin
Thompson officiating. The Royal Canadian Legion Br. 514 will be
conducting a memorial service. Cremation to follow. If so desired,
donations to the Heart and Stroke or the Royal Canadian Legion Br. 514
would be appreciated. Culgin Funeral Home, 282-2270.

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CADDELL o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2008-03-11 published
CADDELL, Alice Rosemary
Peacefully, at the Scarborough Centenary Hospital, on Saturday, March 8, 2008, at age 81. Alice is survived by her children: Bob, Doug, Marilyn and Bill, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Predeceased by children Sharon and David. Friends will be received at the "Scarborough Chapel" of McDougall and Brown, 2900 Kingston Road (east of St. Clair Avenue E.), on Thursday, March 13 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Funeral Service to follow in the Chapel at 1 p.m.

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CADENHEAD o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-05-29 published
HUMPHRIES, Florence Marie (née WATCHER)
Peacefully at Strathmere Lodge, Strathroy on Tuesday, May 27, 2008 Florence Marie HUMPHRIES (née WATCHER) of Strathroy in her 88th year. Dear mother of Larry HUMPHRIES (Karen) and Mary Anne DUNN (Robert) all of Strathroy. Loving grandmother of Mike DUNN, David DUNN, Paula CADENHEAD, Gordon HUMPHRIES and Debbie RILEY, great-grandmother of Jessie and Jake DUNN and Ryan and Andrew CADENHEAD. Also survived by her brother Fred WATCHER (Voda,) sister Helen PARKER (Allen,) sister-in-law Eva HARRIS and several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her husband Earl (1984), sister-in-law Ann ROGERS and brothers-in-law Fred ROGERS and Alex HARRIS. Marie was an avid golfer, curler and boater and enjoyed fishing. Visitation will be held at Denning Brothers Funeral Home on Friday, May 30th from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. where a complete funeral will take place on Saturday, May 31st at 11 a.m. with Rev. Charles SEED officiating. Donations to the Alzheimer Society or the Strathmere Lodge Auxiliary Memorial Fund would be appreciated by the family. A tree will be planted as a living memorial to Marie.

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CADIEUX o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2008-10-22 published
Charles CADIEUX
March 4, 1917 - October 15, 2008
It is with great sadness that the family announces the passing of Charlie
CADIEUX in his 92nd year at the Mindemoya Hospital on Wednesday October
15, 2008. He was a positive generous man deeply caring of his family,
Friends and community. He and his first wife Irene were business partners
and owners of " CADIEUX Clothing Store" in Mindemoya for over 35 years.
Charlie was a Veteran of WWII, serving overseas in North West Europe with
the Queens Own Rifles as a Platoon Sergeant. He was the representative of
the local veterans in the War Pensioners Association. Deeply interested
in community affairs, Charlie served as a Trustee on the Manitoulin Board
of Education, for over 35 years. He was a member of the Lions Club, the
Masonic Lodge since 1950 and a life member of the Royal Canadian Legion.
He was an avid sportsman, a hockey coach and referee, a hunter and a
fisherman. Gardening was his passion. Beloved husband of his first wife
of 68 years, Edith Irene Polmateer and his present wife Irene Tann-Wood.
Loving father of daughter Rochelle and husband Wayne Neal, son Paul and wife
Margaret, daughter Sherry and husband David Hambly, daughter Michelle and
husband Ernie McDermid, and son Pierre and wife Teresa. Lovingly remembered
by his 14 grandchildren Murray, Andrew, Yvette, Suzette, Jean Paul,
Rachel, Noah, Cody, Kyle, Brian, Marilyn, Melissa, Joshua and Nicole, 12
great grandchildren, and many nieces, nephews, relatives and Friends.
Dear brother of the late Joseph, Donald and Carol. Survived by brother Ted.
Visitation was 7-9 pm Sunday at Mindemoya United Church. Funeral service
was 1 p.m. Monday October 20, 2008 at Mindemoya United Church. Burial of
ashes in Mindemoya Cemetery. As expressions of sympathy donations to the
Little Current dialysis unit or the Mindemoya Hospital Auxillary would be
appreciated.

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CADIEUX o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2008-10-22 published
Ronald George Thomas TANN
March 21, 1937 - October 12, 2008
Died suddenly in Mindemoya on Sunday at the age of 71. Beloved husband of
Ann Marie (née Bowerman) for 51 years. Dear father of Natalie and Ron
Morningstar of Blind River, Kellie and James Hunter of Mindemoya. Much
loved grandfather of Mitchell and Jenna Hunter and special grand_son
Quintin. Will be missed by siblings Irene (husband Charlie CADIEUX) of
Mindemoya, Lorna (husband Clayton Van Horne) of Little Current, and Cliff
(wife Marie) of Mindemoya. Sister-in-law Lynda (husband Barry VanHorne)
of Lively. Predeceased by parents Lawrence and Elizabeth (née Hammond)
Tann and brother-in-law Charlie Wood. Ron was a jack of all trades. He
took pride in his hobbies and workmanship. Whatever he tackled he did
well. Ron was a friend to all. Visitation was from 7-9 PM Wednesday.
Funeral Service was 11: 00 am Thursday at the Island Funeral Home. Burial
at Mindemoya Cemetery. Donations to Mindemoya Hospital Auxilary would be
appreciated.

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CADIEUX o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2008-11-05 published
Lorna Elizabeth VANHORNE
October 1930 - October 2008
In loving memory of Lorna Elizabeth VANHORNE who passed away in Sudbury on Thursday, October 30, 2008 at the age of 78. She will be sadly missed by husband Clayton. Cherished mother of Marie LEPAGE (husband Paul) of Sudbury, Ronnie SLOSS of M'Chigeeng, Marilyn GOODINE (husband Len) of Saint Catherines, Danielle (predeceased,) Janet TAILOR/TAYLOR (husband Dennis) of Whitefish, and son Victor who resides at home. Beloved grandmother of Penny Murphy (husband Patrick), Steven Dionne (wife Tina), Shawna McGRAW,
Tyler, Brittany and Tara Sloss, Todd Noble (wife Katrina), Cindy Houle
(husband Jason), Tammy Mutch (husband Les), and Crystal Taylor (friend
Mike). Predeceased by granddaughter Echo Dee. Loved by her many great
grandchildren. Predeceased by parents Lawrence and Elizabeth Tann. Dear
sister of Irene CADIEUX (husband Charlie predeceased,) Cliff Tann (wife
Marie), Ron Tann (predeceased) (wife Ann Marie) all of Mindemoya.
Predeceased by brother-in-law Charlie Wood. Dear friend of Cathy and
Morley, and will also be missed by feline friend Bessie. Visitation was 7-
9 pm Sunday. Funeral Service was held at 11 am Monday, November 3, 2008
at the Island Funeral Home with Reverend Faye Stevens officiating. Cremation.
Donations to Manitoulin Health Center Aux. or Mindemoya Hospital Aux. would be appreciated.

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CADIEUX o@ca.on.manitoulin.howland.little_current.manitoulin_expositor 2008-12-03 published
Charlie CADIEUX was a humble war hero and proud provider
By Lindsay Kelly
MANITOULIN – The passing of Remembrance Day, when we recall the courage and sacrifice of our soldiers, was especially poignant this year for Islanders, as Manitoulin is also mourning the passing of one of its veterans of the Second World War.
Nearly a month before Remembrance Day, at the age of 92, Mindemoya veteran Charlie CADIEUX died on October 15 after a long illness. He is survived by his second wife, Irene, two sons and three daughters, 14 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
Described by loved ones as a “positive, generous, deeply caring man,” Mr. CADIEUX wore many hats in the community, but he began his career as a military man, after enlisting in the Queen’s Own Rifles regiment of the Canadian Forces.
Initially, Mr. CADIEUX was sent to Halifax to man a harbour gun on Signal Hill, and later was transferred to Newfoundland where he was made gun sergeant and demo expert. He would never disclose the details of the destruction he witnessed, but has said that he was lucky to have made it to old age. “Only half my men returned,” he acknowledged in 2006 on the occasion of his 90th birthday party. “Most of them were killed, so I’m very lucky man to be 90.” The soldier eventually found himself on the front lines of the Second World War in Normandy earning 11 medals for his service to Canada, including the Victory Medal, a Normandy medal with his name on the back and a Holland medal. But Mr. CADIEUX declined to accept the glory associated with war. “The government tried to make heroes out of us but we weren’t heroes,” he once said of his time in the war. “We were scared a lot of the time and we did what we had to do because we were fighting for our country.” His travails on the battlefields of France were a long way from the small town of Stouffville, Ontario where Mr. CADIEUX grew up alongside five siblings – four boys and a girl – and where he mastered the culinary art of baking fresh bread and cooking roast beef, potatoes and macaroni and cheese. Blessed with a photographic memory, schooling came easy for the young student, but before he was able to graduate from elementary school, he was called away to assist with the family’s delivery business after his father became ill. Though he went back to school later, determined to finish his education, it didn’t take long before the young entrepreneur returned to work.
“My family wanted me to return to Grade 5 and continue my education,” he told the Expositor in 2006. “I tried, but the difference in size and
experience with the average 10-year-old was too much. After two weeks, I left to work in the local creamery.”
Mr. CADIEUX enjoyed a happy family life, marrying his sweetheart Irene PALMATEER in 1937 at the age of 20. Together they had five children and settled in Mindemoya, where they remained until Irene’s death in 2005 of Alzheimer’s. After 68 happy years together, his wife’s death left a huge hole in Mr. CADIEUX’s life, but three years later, the nonagenarian found love again with his second wife, also named Irene.
She was beside him in 2006 as he celebrated his 90th birthday with family, Friends and members of the Mindemoya community. “People don’t realize how lonely you get,” he said at the time, patting the hand of his second wife. “But eventually, I got over that, and met this beautiful woman and we got married.”
Mrs. CADIEUX said she will miss her husband, who, although she married late in life, proved a constant companion, and their union made for some very happy moments.
“He was a terrific man,” she said following his death. “I’m really going to miss him. We had a great two and a half years.”
She recalled his passion for sports – “baseball, hockey, any sport you can name” – and said he even contemplated competing as a professional boxer at one time, but seeing many people get hurt curbed his interest. “He had a French name – he had a Catholic father and a Protestant mother – and he lived in a predominantly English town, so he got in a good many fights,” she chuckled. “That’s probably where he got his training.” Mr. CADIEUX had been a skillful athlete since his youth, when lacrosse and hockey were his favourite sports, even competing in the ring for the army in Newfoundland. Later, he applied the same passion to helping local youth on Manitoulin.
“He would help the kids that had no money for sports to pay for their dues for the teams, or their skates or sticks, and he refereed games,”
Mrs. CADIEUX said.
He was also a successful businessman, and for 35 years, people travelling through Mindemoya could shop for garments locally by making a stop at CADIEUX Clothing, the clothing store he operated with his first wife. In the midst of his busy work life, Mr. CADIEUX found time to perfect his carpentry skills, building two homes, his store and a cottage, in addition to hunting and fishing. He also worked to better his community serving as trustee for the Manitoulin School Board from 1947 to 1982, which included setting up Manitoulin Secondary School in 1969, becoming a member of the Lions and serving as a Mason. “He was always looking to do something for someone else,” Mrs. CADIEUX recalled.
Mr. CADIEUX remained a soldier to the end, and up until just before his death, he could be seen attending Remembrance Day services and visiting graves of soldiers as a member of the War Pensioners of Canada, placing plaques on their graves recognizing their service. He was able to attend a ceremony in Espanola this past June, at which time he was honoured with a long-service medal for this contribution to the organization. Reflecting on his life a few years ago, Mr. CADIEUX said he wouldn’t change anything in his life, and he remained happy to live on Manitoulin Island or, as he called it, “God’s country.”
“I really feel proud that I could contribute something valuable to my country, and also give to my community and to my family,” he said at that time. “Even in the hungry thirties, the kids were in school and food was on the table.”
Manitoulin Expositor, December 3, 2008, page 15

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CADOTTE o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-06-14 published
VOISARD, Marie Antoinette (née STERLING)
Of Leamington and formerly of Wallaceburg, passed away peacefully in Leamington on Thursday, June 12, 2008 in her 95th year. Born in Paincourt, Marie was raised in Port Lambton and married her beloved husband Alexander H. VOISARD in August of 1929 and was predeceased July 3, 1977. Loved daughter of Honore-Hyacinthe "Jesse" and Roseanna (METEVIER) STERLING. Loving mother of Jack and Isabelle of Utah, Lee and Terry of Amherstburg, Anita CAMPBELL of Windsor, Merle KISS of Barrie and Sonya and Ralph McFADDEN of Qualicum Beach, B.C.. Dear grandmother of 18 grandchildren, 43 great-grandchildren and 13 great great-grandchildren. Sister of Dora FLYNN, Vina MURPHY, Mae BENOOT, Verna COLEMAN, Elma MELOCHE and the late Felix, Treffley, Leo and Harvey STERLING and Leila CADOTTE. Friends may call at the Haycock-Cavanagh Funeral Home, 409 Nelson Street in Wallaceburg from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. on Monday. The Funeral Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated at Our Lady Help of Christians Church on Tuesday, June 17 at 11 a.m. The interment will follow at Riverview Cemetery. If desired, remembrances to the charity of your choice may be left at the funeral home. 519-627-3231. Online condolences may be sent to mvoisard@cavanaghfuneralhome.ca

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CADWELL o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-07-08 published
READHEAD, Ross Edmund
At the Henderson Hospital, Hamilton on Sunday, July 6, 2008 (on his 85th birthday) in his 86th year, Ross READHEAD, loving husband and best friend of Helen Verneicea READHEAD (née SMART.) Father of Lois JACKSON and her husband Don of Saint Thomas, Edmund Ross READHEAD of Vancouver Island, Anne READHEAD and John KUEHNL- CADWELL of Welland. Stepfather of James BROWN and his wife Sharon of New Dundee, Jonathon BROWN and his wife Catherine of Collingwood, Susan BROWN and Judy JORDAN of Toronto, Belinda Solly and her husband Jeffery of Brooklyn, Ontario, Peter BROWN and his wife Andrea of Waterloo. Loving grandfather of Tina and Matt GRAY/GREY, Susanne and Keith WALKER, Katie SMITH and Daryl HEYWOOD, Brandy And Michael HOLMES, Robin JACKSON and great-grandfather of Stephen and Austin, James and Dylan, Jack, Liam and Carter. Brother of Audrey (the late John) RAE, Joyce (Patrick) BRICKER, Donna REID. Ross READHEAD was a United Church minister; was a Columnist with the Brantford Expositor, where he wrote a weekly column in the Religion section; a graduate of McMaster University; a former probation and parole officer in Simcoe and Brantford for many years; was an avid curler and a member of the Brant Curling Club charter member of the Probus Club. Cremation has taken place. A memorial service celebrating Ross's life will be set at a later date. If wished, memorial donations to the Mission and Service Fund of the United Church would be gratefully appreciated. Funeral arrangements entrusted to McCleister Funeral Home, 495 Park Road North, Brantford 519-758-1553 www.mccleisterfuneralhom

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