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HUYBERS 2008-05-14 published
Was called to be with her Lord while peacefully surrounded by her family at Chatham-Kent Health Alliance, Chatham on Mother's Day, Sunday, May 11, 2008, Johanna VAN BILSEN, of Chatham, beloved wife of 53 years to William VAN BILSEN. Born in Holland on June 29, 1930, Johanna came to Canada in 1949 and was the daughter of the late Maria (HUYBERS) and Anthony VAN KESSEL. She will be greatly missed by: her loving children, James and his wife Susan of Elora, Edward and his wife Sherry of Brights Grove, Wendy DUFFY and husband Paul and Stephanie MYERS and husband John all of Toronto, dearest grandchildren Jonathan, Amanda, Johanna, Brandon, Nicholas, Carson, William and Monika and great-granddaughter Tessa, 3 sisters Helen BURGESS of Collingwood, Maria CHAPO of Essex and Terry TRAHAN of Rockwood and a brother Anthony VAN KESSEL of Chatham. She is predeceased by brothers Lawrence and John VAN KESSEL. Johanna was a longtime member of the Ladies Auxiliary of Branch 28 Legion, a volunteer at Saint_Joseph's Hospital and extremely talented chef and cake decorator for many years. Her generosity, loving ways and beautiful smile will always be remembered. Friends and relatives may visit at the Hinnegan-Peseski Funeral Home, 156 William St. S. Chatham from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, where Parish Prayers will be offered 7: 00 p.m. on Tuesday.

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HUYGE 2008-06-06 published
HUYGE, Louise
Of London at 61 years of age at London Health Science Centre - Victoria Hospital on Wednesday, June 4th, 2008. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to The Murphy Funeral Home, Delhi (519-582-1290)

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HUYGE 2008-06-07 published
HUYGE, Louise Marie
Of London, Ontario passed away at London H.S.C., Victoria Hospital, London on Wednesday, June 4, 2008 in her 62nd year. Member of Our Lady of LaSalette Parish, Saint Peter's Catholic Women's League in London and with the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario. Her early years were spent in Kingsville. Moved to R.R.#2 Otterville with family in January 1960. Attended St. Frances School, Delhi and Delhi Secondary School. Graduated in 1969 from Saint_Joseph's School of Nursing as one of the first graduates of their two year program. Her first years in the nursing profession were spent in Tillsonburg. In the mid-seventies, she went to work at Saint_Joseph's, London. At Saint_Joseph's, she was responsible for setting up the C.A.P. Dialysis program, and worked with Doctor CORDY for the entire time she was at Saint_Joseph's. It seemed that Louise ran a solo show moving from one patient to the next. She arrived early for work and left late. Her seamlessly never ending strength lasted the entire time. She always exemplified the professional nurse. No patient was too big a challenge for Louise to help, along with Doctor CORDY's expertise, they enabled many patients to obtain their goals. Louise's nursing career was a fulfilling and rewarding career. She was proud of her accomplishments. She enjoyed her family and special Friends along with her nieces and nephew. She retired September of 2006 and enjoyed her London home and garden with her special friend. Beloved daughter of Patricia M. HUYGE (nee: HARE) and the late Albert R. HUYGE (2005.) Dear sister of Daniel R. HUYGE (Susie), Otterville; Rene HUYGE, Newmarket, Rene has spent the last few months with his sister, and Peter HUYGE of Delhi. Loving aunt to Loretta SIOEN (Michael,) Lindsey HUYGE, Ashley HUYGE, Philip HUYGE and Barbara POOLE (Daryl) and great-aunt to Noah and Eric. Predeceased by her brother Albert P. HUYGE Jr. (2003.) Friends may call at the Murphy Funeral Home, Delhi for visitation on Sunday from 2: 00 to 4:00 and 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. and for prayers said at 7: 30 p.m. A Funeral Mass will be held at Our Lady of LaSalette R.C. Church, LaSalette on Monday, June 9, 2008 at 10: 00 a.m. with Rev. Fr. Alan DUFRAIMONT officiating. Interment in Our Lady of LaSalette R.C. Cemetery. Donations to the London Health Science Centre Dialysis Unit or the Charity of your choice will be gratefully acknowledged by the family.

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HUYNH o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-01-19 published
Stray bullet ended father's dreams of building a new life for his family
By Anthony REINHART with a report from Cassandra DRUDI, Page A1
In a neighbourhood nicknamed "airport" for all the Chinese newcomers it attracts, MAO Hou Chang had fast become a fixture on the sidewalks of Gerrard Street East, building his new life one orange at a time.
He could be found there most days, pointing customers to the best fruit in his bins in front of the Fu Yao Supermarket, a teeming hub for shoppers in Toronto's East Chinatown.
Thursday evening was no different, until just after dark. In the place where he made his modest living, Mr. MAO wound up dead in a blast of gunfire meant for someone else. A stray bullet hit him in the torso.
The death of 47-year-old Mr. MAO, the second killing of an innocent bystander in less than a week, sent a fresh wave of exasperation across Toronto, whose stone-faced mayor, David Miller, visited merchants before renewing his call for a federal handgun ban. It also echoed the Boxing Day, 2005, death of Jane CREBA, a 15-year-old caught in a shootout as thousands of shoppers clogged downtown Yonge Street.
Yesterday, as Mr. MAO's killer remained unknown and police made their presence felt on foot, in cruisers and on horseback, his community stumbled back to work amid a swirl of bitter winds and tough questions: Who did this? How could they? Why him?
"I think he had just come down in the front to take a look only" when the shots rang out, said William CHUI, who owns a bookshop near the grocery store. "He was shot down without any purpose."
The purpose of Mr. MAO's move to Canada two years ago was, by all accounts, a familiar one: to build a better life for his family. His 23-year-old son and 18-year-old daughter had joined him in Toronto, while his wife stayed behind in Fuzhou, a city of 2.6 million and capital of Fujian province on China's southeast coast.
His many customers knew him simply as "Mr. MAO," a quiet and likeable man with a helpful streak running through his hard work ethic.
"He's kind," said Trinh HUYNH, a neighbourhood resident for whom Mr. MAO would measure out lettuce into a plastic bag. "He's a very hard worker, even cold time he'd work outside," she said.
"We're all upset," said Mr. B. KONG, who owns a flower shop just east of the grocery and sent a bouquet to the store just before noon yesterday, when police gave it the go-ahead to reopen.
"It's never happened like this; this is a safe area," said Mr. KONG, who moved to Toronto from Hong Kong 15 years ago. "That kind of people, they come from another area," he said, referring to the gunmen.
Like many Toronto neighbourhoods, East Chinatown has evolved markedly in the 30 years since Mr. CHUI opened his bookstore, but not in a way that would explain Thursday's brazen gunfight, he said.
The Chinese population has shrunk to "two small clubs," mainly new arrivals to Canada and elderly immigrants who find city living convenient.
Gone, Mr. CHUI said, is the group in between, working families who have fled to suburban Markham, Richmond Hill, Scarborough and Newmarket.
As East Chinatown has shrunk, the residential streets around it have become increasingly gentrified as young professionals move in and start families.
At the same time, rough edges remain. Yesterday, in an alley behind the supermarket, three young people ducked into a parking garage to huddle around a lighter with pipes held to their mouths, and the notorious Don Jail looms at Gerrard Street and Broadview Avenue. Last October, a man who was arrested after Ms. CREBA's death was shot dead near the jail after visiting an inmate on a Sunday afternoon.
Whatever the outcome of Thursday's violence, Mr. MAO will be missed by those who had come to know him.
Dale CHEUNG, who as president of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce spent much of his day trying to calm the frayed nerves of merchants, spent time with him last week, and again on Thursday, just before he was killed.
In the first instance, Mr. CHEUNG enlisted Mr. MAO's help in hanging 40 red pennants from poles along Gerrard Street to mark Chinese New Year on February 7.
"Because he's tall guy, he was good for helping me hang the banners," Mr. CHEUNG said, using the present tense to describe his deceased friend, as the newly bereaved often do. "He said, 'Okay, no problem,' " and spent two hours doing the work for no charge."
As evening fell on Thursday, Mr. CHEUNG stopped off at the supermarket to buy some fruit.
"He chose some oranges for me," he said. "He told me the oranges are very good, very sweet."
With that, Mr. CHEUNG walked down Gerrard Street to his office. He didn't hear the shots.
"I didn't know until this morning," he said. "I'm not happy to hear this news."

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HUYSE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-07-14 published
VAN HUYSE, Julien C. " Van"
(February 5, 1920-July 11, 2008)
Peacefully, at home surrounded by his loving family on Friday, July 11th, 2008 in his 89th year. Beloved husband of Victoria Marie and the late Eileen VAN HUYSE (1990.) Loving father of William (Mary), Carolyn DELANEY, Nadine (Peter KIRK), David (Maureen), Jocelyn (Paul WILSON), Steven (Judy), Gary (Cindy), Shelly (Don McPHAIL) and loving step-father to James GUIGNARD, Cathy (Rob,) Teresa (Denis HUNTLEY), Janet (Terry) and Brenda (Winston). Cherished papa to many grandchildren and many great-grandchildren. Survived by his dear sister Paula HENDERSON and predeceased by his sister Yvonne McLAREN. Van will be missed and lovingly remembered by his extended family and many Friends.
Friends may visit on Tuesday, July 15, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the R.S. Kane Funeral Home (6150 Yonge Street, at Goulding, south of Steeles). Funeral service will be held at the R.S. Kane Chapel on Wednesday, July 16, 2008 at 11 o'clock. Cremation. Interment, Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery at a later date. As an expression of sympathy, donations may be made to the Sunnybrook Hospital Foundation - Veterans Care Fund or Canadian Diabetes Association. Condolences R.S. Kane 416-221-1159

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