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LOCH o@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.collingwood.the_connection 2008-03-07 published
Expressive works reflected small-town Ontario
Brian JONES (June 1, 1950-February 27, 2008)
An ordinary guy with a tremendous talent say Friends
A noted member of the Canadian art scene will be remembered Saturday as an unpretentious and figurative artist whose works captured distinctive scenes of small-town Ontario life.
Brian Rendel JONES, 57, died last Wednesday at Collingwood General and Marine Hospital after a brief illness. He was born June 1, 1950 in Chatham, Ontario, and is survived by his wile Susanne Tausig JONES and a brother, Bradley.
As a teenager JONES saw a future in a visual arts career and attended H.B. Beal Secondary School in nearby london, a school which had been developing promising Canadian artists such as Murray Favro, Greg Curnoe and Jack Chambers.
He described Chambers, who he apprenticed under for a short time, as a key influence.
The bright colours, flattened spaces and rounded human figures set in typical small-town settings were self-described as the "neighbours style" by JONES, a departure from his early interest in photorealism. Another influence was Stanley Spencer, but JONES' work was less haunting that Spencer's village portrayals. He managed to capture nostalgia, humor and only occasional hints of darkness in his portrayals of people in everyday scenes.
Toronto art dealer Alan LOCH said JONES devoured art books and was an avid student of the modern masters.
In 1982 JONES was introduced to the Queen as a young Canadian achiever.
He moved to Toronto from the London area in 1984 then to Collingwood in 2000, living in a community that might be imagined in his work.
A Facebook group, Brian Jones Fan Club, is gaining members who are Friends and acquaintances of the artist. They recollect his charm, corny jokes and singing.
"He had a great talent, but he really did not have a big ego," London art dealer Michael GIBSON said in an interview this week "He was a normal guy who liked to play darts and listen to the Beatles."
JONES followed the music of the 50s and 60s, collected guitars, old televisions and radios as well as mechanical toys.
The life of Brian JONES will be remembered at a memorial service at Fawcett Funeral Home, 82 Pine Street, Collingwood, at 11 a.m. Saturday followed by a gathering at The Admiral's Post, 2 School House Lane.
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LOCH o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-03-05 published
Artist who specialized in the everyday enjoyed success that was extraordinary
Originally a photo realist, he returned again and again to the well of inspiration that was his childhood. His work is an exploration of memory and an affectionate record of a vanished life
By Kate TAILOR/TAYLOR, Page S7
Ontario artist Brian JONES wore a suit only twice in his life: the day he was married and the day he met the Queen. From boyhood, he knew that his mind full of shapes and colours and his love of popular culture could never be contained within a 9-to-5 job. By the time he was a teenager, he had picked the visual arts as a career.
Mr. JONES was a figurative painter who specialized in distinctive scenes of small-town Ontario life in a signature style featuring bright colours, flattened spaces and curiously inflated human figures. Influenced by the haunting village scenes of 20th-century British realist Stanley Spencer, he achieved an odd mix of nostalgia, humour and the occasional hint of menace with his slightly off-kilter images of neighbours shovelling snow or walking dogs, lunching office workers fending off a bee or children dwarfed by looming parents.
Returning again and again to the well of inspiration that was his own childhood in Chatham, Ontario, he set many of his paintings in the 1950s and 1960s, including men in homburg hats and cars with fins in paintings that often used a low perspective point as though recorded from a child's point of view. At their most arresting, his paintings read as much as an exploration of visual memory as they do an affectionate record of daily life in a simpler era.
"I always described his works as too much line, too much colour: you either love it or you hate it. But if you love it, boy, you love it," said his Toronto dealer, Alan LOCH. " The paintings made you smile."
Mr. JONES spent his boyhood in Chatham, where his father worked as an appliance salesman at Eaton's while his mother, who had worked for Union Gas before her children were born, cared for the family. He showed talent with a pencil from as early as age 5. As a teenager devoted to both playing guitar and drawing pictures, he left home to study art at H.B. Beal Secondary School in nearby London.
Beal was famous as the technical high school that had nurtured a previous generation of London artists, most notably Greg Curnoe, Murray Favro and Jack Chambers, with whom Mr. JONES apprenticed briefly after graduation.
He helped out in Mr. Chambers's studio during the period that the renowned realist was painting Sunday Morning No. 2, an image of the artists' young sons watching cartoons on the living-room television. When he left the studio, Mr. Chambers offered him his choice of payment - either money or art. Mr. JONES picked a watercolour of a papaya that later showed up in the background of one of his own paintings, Cold Front.
Mr. JONES positioned himself as an heir to Mr. Chambers's and Mr. Curnoe's legacy of a determinedly local and unapologetically representational art that offered a vigorous retort to international abstraction. Initially a photo realist himself, he gradually developed an expressive approach he referred to as his "neighbours style," with its bright colours and rounded figures.
While his subject matter was always local, he was an avid student of the modern masters, including Pablo Picasso and Francis Bacon, and admired both Mr. Chambers and the Dutch master Johannes Vermeer for their ability to paint light. "He devoured art books like they were going out of style," Mr. LOCH said. "He absorbed everything."
Mr. Spencer remained perhaps his greatest artistic influence. The idiosyncratic British painter was, like Mr. JONES, deeply rooted in a small place and used the local to capture the universal. Mr. Spencer spent most of his life in the village of Cookham in Berkshire, using it as the backdrop both for everyday scenes and for his biblical paintings, such as Christ Preaching at Cookham Regatta. Both Mr. Spencer's affectionate view of human foible and his rounded figures are echoed in Mr. JONES's neighbour paintings, which include an image of children in winter warming their hands on the dryer vent at the side of a house.
These were always paintings that people liked. From the start of his career, Mr. JONES met with commercial success, declining to apply for government grants and paying the rent on his London apartment by selling the paintings he placed in the window of the art shop downstairs. He began showing at the Nancy Poole Studio (now merged with the LOCH Gallery) in Toronto in 1975, and mounted an exhibition there about every 18 months afterward, including what was to be his last show in November, 2007, just two months before his diagnosis with cancer.
"People realized really early how good he was," said Michael GIBSON, a London art dealer who also sells his work. "A lot of it was about regionalism, a movement that came out of London. Brian was one of the sparks."
In 1982, Mr. JONES was introduced to the Queen as a young Canadian achiever, and in 1984 he left London to make the move to Toronto, where he painted in a McCaul Street apartment overlooking the Art Gallery of Ontario and Ontario College of Art and Design.
"I do like to paint simple, unpretentious things," he wrote in an artist's statement in 1990. "Small houses, kitchens with breakfast nooks, garages and backyards, with people going about their daily activities. Things that I know and remember. The familiar scenes may look mundane on the surface, but I think they say a lot about our lives. Sometimes, the quiet neighbourhoods that I paint are pierced by a threatening undercurrent and a vaguely sinister quality. Sometimes it is all sunshine and light, with happiness as the key emotion. I never know which feeling will overtake me [when I begin.]"
His eye was always looking for images he wanted to paint, but he could never be given commissions. Mr. LOCH remembers one client who particularly wanted him to paint a picture of a panting dog hanging out a car window. It struck her as a typically Brian JONES image and while the dealer agreed with that judgment, he did not pass on the request. "You could never influence him to paint something."
Mr. JONES continued to paint in his neighbours style throughout his Toronto years and returned to small-town life itself when he and his wife, journalist Susanne Tausig JONES, moved to Collingwood, Ontario, in 2000.
He remained a great fan of the music of the 1950s and 1960s, and an enthusiastic guitarist. He was also an avid collector of popular art forms, including guitars, old television sets and radios, and, most of all, toys. The McCaul Street apartment was overrun by the couple's huge collection of antique mechanical toys; their Collingwood garage houses two cars from the 1950s.
"You get a sense of who he is by looking at his paintings," Mr. GIBSON said. "He had this great talent, but he really did not have a big ego… People think artists are different, but they are not: He was a normal guy who liked to play darts and listen to the Beatles."
Brian Rendel JONES was born June 1, 1950, in Chatham, Ontario He died of pancreatic cancer in Collingwood, Ontario, on February 27, 2008. He was 57. He is survived by wife, Susanne Tausig JONES, and by his brother Bradley.

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LOCHHEAD o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-03-12 published
FRASCATI- LOCHHEAD, Rev. Dr. Marta (formerly DERRA, née FRASCATI)
Marta is predeceased by her father Piero FRASCATI, and her husbands Walter DERRA and David Morgan LOCHHEAD. She is survived by her daughter Francesca DERRA, mother Nicla FRASCATI, sister Liana SAMMARTINO, and brother Pier Luigi FRASCATI.
Marta was born in Livorno, Italy on April 16th 1953. In Livorno, she received her Diploma in Education at the Instituto Magistrale. She received further training in Education at the Faculty of Pedagogy of the University of Florence. Marta followed her family and immigrated to Canada with her daughter in 1975. After a number of years spent in Alaska, she and her daughter settled in Vancouver in 1984. Marta studied at the Vancouver School of Theology, where she received a Master of Divinity in 1988. In that same year she joined the United Church of Canada, following a strong call to the ministry. In 1990 she received a Master of Theology. In 1991 she was ordained minister. In 1994, she received a doctorate in the Philosophy of Religion from the University of McGill in Montreal.
Marta served a number of parishes in the church. She served as minister on Gabriola Island, British Columbia, and in Howick, Quebec. Most recently she had served as the Westminster Pastoral Charge in The Pas, Manitoba. Marta had also been the Director of Pastoral Care at Fair Haven United Church Homes in Burnaby and Vancouver, and was recently the Corrections Chaplain in The Pas. Marta had also been a professor of Theology at St. Andrew's College, in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
All through her life, Marta remained close to her Catholic spirituality. In the later years, Marta returned to the Catholic Communion.
Marta believed that she had received a great gift to be able to know in depth two great traditions like the Catholic and the Protestant. She believed in Ecumenicism.
Ut Omnes Unum Sit
That All Become One
Words cannot express the profound effect she had on the lives of many people. She was adored, beloved, and cherished. She was an intelligent, passionate, thoughtful and generous person. She had the most beautiful smile and infectious laugh. Marta will be deeply missed by her Friends and colleagues, but especially by her family and her devoted and loving daughter, Francesca. She will not be forgotten and will be in our hearts and minds forever.
She died at 6: 10 p.m. on March 7, 2008 after a six year struggle with ovarian cancer. Her funeral will be held at Sacred Heart Church in Ladner, British Columbia on Wednesday, March 12th at 10: 00 a.m., Fr. Michael Martell and Rev. Brian Burke presiding.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the British Columbia Cancer Society: http://donate.bccancerfoundation.com/goto/Marta.frascati-Lochhead
Walkey and Company Funeral Director 604-738-0006

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LOCK o@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.stayner.stayner_sun 2008-04-02 published
LOCK, Irene " Rene" Minnie
Passed away peacefully, at Leisureworid, Creedon Valley Nursing Home, Creemore, on Saturday March 29th, 2008, in her 87th year. Irene, beloved wife of the late Bill (1988). Loving mother of Carolyn (Dick) SIMMS of Mississauga, Peggy (Norman) CRUICKSHANK of Collingwood, Laurie and the late Janice of Wasaga Beach and Len of Surrey, British Columbia Grandmother of nine and great-grandmother of five. Sister of Alfred (Lil) GEORGE of Toronto. Visitation will be held on Wednesday April 2nd, 2008, from 1-3 p.m. followed by a funeral service at 3 p.m. at Chatterson Funeral Home, 404 Hurontario Street, Collingwood. Spring interment at Stayner Union Cemetery. Donations made to Royal Victoria Hospital Cancer Care Centre or the charity of choice would be appreciated by the family. www.chattersonfuneralhome.com
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LOCK o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-01-12 published
SHAW, Grace (née LYDIATT)
December 27, 2007, after a brief illness. She is survived by her partner, Brian LOCK, her 3 children, Roger and Amanda of Kelowna, and Jeffery of Vancouver, 9 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren - the last surviving child of the Jeffery and Clara LYDIATT family.
Writer, Broadcaster, Municipal Councilor, Shop-keeper and consummate hostess, she loved and was fully engaged in life wherever possible. Her enthusiasm, sense of humour and energy were maintained to her last days. Her sense of decorum, leadership and maintenance of standards were a model for us all. She will be missed by those who knew and loved her.
A celebration of Gracie's life will be held in Vancouver in early February. For further information please contact Amanda@teetimes.ca. In lieu of flowers, please send donations in Grace's name to The Elizabeth Fry Society of Greater Vancouver.

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LOCK o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-04-19 published
EARLE, John P.B.
On April 2nd, 2008, at Saint Michael's Hospital, Toronto in his 82nd year. Formerly of Montreal, he is survived by his sister Frances Duncan LOCK and his brother Arthur P. EARLE. Interment at Montreal Memorial Park, private funeral.

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LOCK o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2008-03-10 published
MURPHY, Dianne (née McPHEE)
Dedicated Teacher for over 30 years with the Toronto District Catholic School Board and active member of Girl Guides since 1977. Suddenly, in her 67th year, on Thursday, March 6, 2008 in Ajax Pickering Hospital. Dianne, loving wife of the late Tom. Dearly missed by daughter Kathleen and son-in-law Barry LOCK, daughter Margaret and Liam LAWS. Grandchildren Owen and Hannah LOCK will miss their Grandma's spoiling. Loving sister of Donald McPHEE and his wife Judy and sister-in-law of Crawford and Margaret MURPHY and Rosemary MURPHY (the late Ted.) Special aunt to her neices and nephews. Dianne will be missed by her many family and Friends. Resting at the Paul O'Conner Funeral Home, 1939 Lawrence Ave. E. (between Warden and Pharmacy), from 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, March 11, 2008. Funeral Mass Wednesday morning at 10 a.m. in Annunciation Church (Victoria Park, south of Ellesmere). Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Donations to Girl Guides of Canada, Ontario Council would be appreciated by her family.

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LOCKE o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-05-08 published
JEFFERSON, Norman Roy
71, of Saint Marys and formerly of R.R.#1, Fullarton passed away at Saint Marys Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, May 6, 2008. Beloved husband of Barbara (BEARSS) JEFFERSON whom he married on October 6, 1962. Dear father of Debra JEFFERSON (Carmen AIELLO,) Anne (Larry) SCANLON, Steven (Cathy) JEFFERSON and Donna (Brian) LOCKE. Loving grandpa of Christopher and Timothy AIELLO, Jeffrey, Matthew and Elizabeth SCANLON, David and Claire JEFFERSON. Dear brother of Mary (Bill) CHESSELL, John JEFFERSON, Ruth LAING, Margaret CLELAND, Olive (Don) RIEHL, Eva (Gordon) LAING and Ina (Bill) LAIDLAW. Lovingly remembered by the Bearss family. Predeceased by his parents John and Jeanette (RINGLER) JEFFERSON, sister Laura LAFORGE, brothers-in-law Bob LAING, Bruce CLELAND and Charles LAFORGE and sister-in-law Norma JEFFERSON. Norm was a faithful member of Thamesview United Church and served his community in many different ways. Friends will be received at the Lockhart Funeral Home, 109 Montreal Street, Mitchell on Friday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The funeral service will be held at Thamesview United Church, Fullarton on Saturday, May 10, 2008 at 11: 00 a.m. with Rev. Susan CAMERON officiating. Interment in Bethel Munro Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to Camp Bimini Pool Fund or Thamesview United Church would be appreciated. Online condolences at www.lockhartfuneralhome.com.

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LOCKE o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-05-24 published
CLARK, Carol
Cancer cannot silence courage, nor can it steal eternal life, Mom has shown us that. Cancer cannot suppress memories and for that we are grateful. The family of the late Carol CLARK wish to express our heartfelt and sincere thank you to our family and Friends for the flowers, donations, food, cards and love and kindness given to us in our time of sorrow. To Doctor REID, Dr. LOCKE and Doctor MOTSUE - we are at a loss as how we say "thank you" for giving us more time with our Mom because of your care. She had great respect and trust in you and your care teams. We appreciate everything you did and nothing we say could express just how much! To Barbara, Amy and Amanda. Thank you for all your time spent caring for Mom, this enabled her too stay at home where she wanted to be. Also to the nurses from St. Elizabeth, Community Care Access Centre and the Red Cross, we wouldn't have been able to do it without you. And to Trish, for doing such a great job at keeping Mom 'on her toes', and keeping those darn socks on!!! To everyone who went to visit and spend time with her, who wrapped their love around her during her difficult battle so she knew she was never alone. Thank you. May Mom's laughter, love, courage, patience, strength and endurance live on in all of us. Kathy, Brenda, Sandy, Kelly and Cheryl Clark.

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LOCKE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-02-05 published
SAMPSON/SAMSON, Douglas Elliott (1922-2008)
Passed away suddenly at Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria, British Columbia on Thursday, January 31, 2008, in his 86th year. Douglas spent his time between his home in Ottawa and Victoria. He served in the Second World War and retired from the Navy as a Commander in 1973. Predeceased by his wife Else in 1988, his parents Ethel and Edgar SAMPSON/SAMSON, brother Gordon and sister-in-law Joy LOCKE. Survived by brother Donald (Betty Anne) of Waterloo, brothers-in-law Jack LOCKE of Vancouver, Bud MOXON (Pauline) of Halifax, and six nieces and nephews. Sadly missed by Audrey THURBER of Victoria, loving companion and friend, her children and spouses, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Following his years in the Navy, Douglas was a consultant to the Department of Supply and Services, P.S. Ross and Partners, Intercon Consultants, Officer in Charge of the Naval Benevolent Fund, Auditor for the Royal Canadian Legion at Bell's Corner. Following Doug's wishes, there will be no visitation or service. Burial will be in the Beechwood Cemetery, the National Military Cemetery of the Canadian Forces in Ottawa. As expressions of sympathy, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation.

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LOCKE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-03-28 published
DUNCAN, Gaylen Arthur
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Gaylen Arthur DUNCAN who was taken from us too early, in his 61st year, on March 26, 2008. He was the beloved husband for forty years of Arlene and proud father of Gaylen (Alison), Krista (Michael DONALDSON,) Meghan (Stefan HAAG) and Robert. He was the adoring grandfather of Avery, Taylor and Graydon. Forever remembered by his devoted mother Frances Duncan LOCKE, mother-in-law Myrtle NICHOLSON and siblings John (Helene,) Gord (Libby,) Jennifer (Greg THOMPSON/THOMSON/TOMPSON/TOMSON), Jamie, Diane (Michael LEUTY), Susan (Ron SCHIRLIE). He is reunited with his father Gaylen R. DUNCAN, father-in-law Robert NICHOLSON, step-father Doctor Jack LOCKE and granddaughter Caleigh. Gaylen will be fondly remembered by his 12 nieces and nephews. With our family, mourn many Friends and colleagues around the world who will remember with great respect his intelligence, sharp wit and sense of humor. Gaylen was a senior corporate executive with diversified experience in both the public and private sectors for over 30 years. His B.A. from McGill, law degree from Dalhousie and a PhD in computer law from the University of Texas were just stepping stones in his life long thirst for knowledge. Internment will take place this thanksgiving weekend in Georgeville, Quebec, where he will rest in peace at the place closest to his heart. A memorial service will be held at Eglinton St. George's United Church (35 Lytton Blvd.) on Sunday, March 30th at 2 p.m. Reception is to follow at the church. In lieu of flowers, donations to Eglinton St. George's United Church would be appreciated.

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LOCKE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-05-12 published
SEYMOUR, Barbara Ann (née WARD) (1929-2008)
It is with great sadness that the family of Barbara Ann SEYMOUR announces her passing, with her family by her side, on Saturday, May 10, 2008 at the Hamilton General Hospital in her 79th year. Loving wife of her late husband Richard Hamilton Merritt SEYMOUR (1998.) Much loved Mother of Carolyn LOCKE (Ottawa,) Jim (deceased,) Ward (Lori) SEYMOUR of Aurora, Marion (Kerry) LICHTY and Rick (Kathy) of St. Catharines. She is leaving behind nine loving grandchildren Tom, Jeffrey, James and Michael SEYMOUR, Meredith, Will and Drew Lichty, Madison and Gregory SEYMOUR; and her beloved canine companion Molly. Fondly remembered by her sister-in-law Eleanor WARD of Toronto and her family. Barbara was an avid tennis player, curler and bridge player, a lifetime member of the St. Catharines Golf and Country Club, past president of the Maycourt Club and a past president of the Ridley College Women's Guild. She also enjoyed spending her winters in Florida, notably Sanibel Island and later Naples, and her summers at West Winds on Horn Lake in Burk's Falls, which she's done since 1942. Memorial Visiting will take place at the Hulse and English Funeral Home and Chapel, 75 Church St. St. Catharines (905-684-6346) on Wednesday, May 14, 2008 from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. A Celebration of her life will be held at Ridley College on June 9, 2008 at 11 a.m. followed by a reception at the St. Catharines Golf and Country Club. If desired, memorial donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, Salvation Army or Lincoln County Humane Society would be appreciated by her family.

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LOCKETT o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-01-24 published
MUTTON, Clifford Arthur
Died peacefully with his family at his side at Bluewater Health - Palliative Care on Tuesday, January 22, 2008 at the age of 88. Beloved husband of Helen for 63 years. Loving father of Paul, Burnaby, David, Uxbridge and Barbara (Gary) MORRIS, St. Catharines. Dear brother-in-law of Dorothy GLOVER and Mary MUTTON. Also surviving are several nieces and nephews. The memorial service will be held 11 a.m. Saturday at Central United Church (corner George and Brock Sts.,) Sarnia, officiated by the Rev. Gary CARRUTHERS and the Rev. Dr. Don LOCKETT. As an expression of sympathy Friends who wish may send memorial donations to The Canadian Cancer Society, 714 Lite Street, Point Edward, N7V 1A6 or the Canadian Kidney Foundation, 546 N. Christina, Sarnia, N7T 5W6. Arrangements by McKenzie and Blundy Funeral Home, Sarnia (519-344-3131). Messages of condolence and memories may be left at www.mckenzieblundy.com

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LOCKEY o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-05-02 published
SHEPHERD, Frederick William
At his residence on Wednesday, April 30, 2008. Frederick William SHEPHERD of Elgin Manor and formerly R.R.#1, Springfield in his 91st year. Beloved husband of the late Olive (SHIPP) SHEPHERD (1973.) Dear father of Nancy PROCTOR and husband Tom of London, Rosemary SHEPHERD and husband Phil ZAVITZ of Saint Thomas and David SHEPHERD and wife Doreen of R.R.#1, Springfield. Loving grandfather of Barbara KOYOUNIAN and husband Peter, Janet WRIGHT and husband Chris, Brad PROCTOR and wife Cheryl, Doug KOPETSKI and wife Kailee, Dylan, Ethan and Tanner SHEPHERD. Great-grandfather of P.J., Johnathon, Nathan, Edward, Patricia, Caitlin, Brittney, Cole, Emalee and Everett. Predeceased by 5 sisters and 2 brothers. Born in Ostrander, Ontario on August 01, 1917 son of the late William and Anne (LOCKEY) SHEPHERD. Fred was a farmer. Friends may call at the H.A. Kebbel Funeral Home, Aylmer on Friday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. where the funeral service will be held on Saturday, May 3, 2008 at 1: 00 p.m. Interment, Aylmer Cemetery. Rev. Wendy MILLIKEN, officiating. Donations to the Dialysis Unit at London Health Sciences Centre would be appreciated. condolences can be made kebbelfuneralhome.com

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LOCKHART o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-06-23 published
McINTYRE, Helen F.
At Alexandra Hospital, Ingersoll on Saturday, June 21, 2008, Captain (retired) Helen F. McINTYRE, of Ingersoll, in her 87th year. Daughter of the late George and Pearl McINTYRE. Dear sister of Muriel LOCKHART of Ingersoll and the late John LOCKHART (1997.) Aunt of the families of Lynda REESOR (Ron), Helen LOCKHART, Al LOCKHART (Cheryl), Bill LOCKHART (Anna), Mary ROBERTSON (Ron) and Polly McDONALD (Bob) and Jessie's children Colin and Fiona. Predeceased by her sister Jessie CRAIG (1993) and brother-in-law Ken CRAIG (1998.) Helen was in the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps and served in the Korean War, nursing near the front lines. She remained in the army until her retirement in 1971 and had postings in Germany (3 tours) and various bases in Canada. Cremation has taken place. A Memorial Service will be held at Saint Paul's Presbyterian Church, Ingersoll on Tuesday, June 24, 2008 at 1: 30 p.m. Rev. Dr. Lonnie ATKINSON officiating. Memorial donations to Alexandra Hospital Foundation, Palliative Care of Alexandra Hospital, Alzheimer Society or Ontario Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by calling McBeath-Dynes Funeral Home, Ingersoll (519-425-1600). The family wishes to thank the staff of Oxford Manor, Alexandra Hospital and Woodingford Lodge, Ingersoll for their patience and excellent care of Aunt Helen for the last few years.

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LOCKHART o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-07-12 published
LOCKHART, George W. (1909-2008)
Passed away peacefully on July 5th, 2008, in his 99th year. He is survived by his wife, Reta (STEWARD/STEWART/STUART, GATES) of Victoria, British Columbia; daughter-in-law, Barbara in Orillia, Ontario; three grandchildren, Kerry BYRNELL and her husband, Alan in Barrie, Ontario, George LOCKHART in Aurora, Ontario, and Michael LOCKHART and his wife, Wendy in Kitchener, Ontario; eight great-grandchildren, and six nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his former wife, Doris (JACKSON) in 1991; his grand-daughter, Lisa in 1983 and his son, Douglas in 2008. By profession he was an Accountant working mainly in the agricultural field. He was a "D-Day" veteran of the Canadian Scottish regiment in World War 2. At his request there will be no funeral service. His remains will be cremated. Sequoia Gardens Memorial (250)-658-6202

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LOCKHART o@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.collingwood.the_connection 2008-04-18 published
COLLINS, Walter Edward
The family of Walter COLLINS would like to thank all those Friends and relatives who brought so much love, Friendship and joy into the life of our husband, father and grandfather.
On the sad occasion of his sudden passing, we would like to send sincere thanks to the attending Wasaga Beach Paramedics, Ontario Provincial Police and the Fire Department. Thank you for the professionalism shown and the respect for Walter's dignity that he was so deserving of Thank you to all those who telephoned, emailed, sent flowers and donated to the Canadian Diabetes Association. Thank you to Doctor James LANE and all the staff at Stayner Medical Centre for 20 years of care, compassion and patience. Also, to Irma and all the staff at the Wasaga Beach IDA.
Special thank you to Watts Funeral Home in Wasaga Beach for the care and respect given to Walter's service. A very special thanks to Darrin WATTS for going above and beyond the call of duty in preparation for Walter's final journey home.
Thanks to Noreen, her daughter Suzanne, Wilma, Luanne, Eddie and Arlene. The Dyconia (Pat and John), and the many more Friends who helped with the food. To The Beacon (Guy) for the get together after the service.
To Walter's sister Eileen BURNELL and Chad WALLACE who spoke at the service. Chad, Patsy and Doug WALLACE who sang so beautifully. To the Toronto Emergency Medical Services Honour Guard and all former co-workers, especially to Paul HESS, his partner for 30 years. To Reverend Keith LOCKHART, who oversaw the service. To Julie SHAND and Kirk WHITLOCK who prepared the wonderful slide show, thank you all so very much.
To Robert FRIEND, our rock and anchor, Thank You.
To his brothers of the Wasaga Wobblers, we know it was all about the love. Foward… he got his hat.
May his memory always bring a smile to everyone he knew. He touched us all with his special gift of true Friendship. We love you all.
The COLLINS Family
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LOCKHART o@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.stayner.stayner_sun 2008-01-23 published
GOSS, Tom
We want to say Thank You to the Medical staff in Emerg, Transplant, and Physio at Toronto General and Collingwood General and Marine Hospitals. Special thanks to Doctor CORNELL and the wonderful nurses who cared for Tom and me during his last hospital stay in Collingwood. All the cards of condolence, donations to charities in Tom's name, offers of food and help were overwhelming. The support and kindness from extended family, old Friends and new, from Probus Club members, Woodworkers Club, the Monday night bowling bunch in Collingwood, neighbours, baseball, golf, school, physio, fellow transplantees, the Georgetown Lions, and fellow workers at Avro, Air Canada and Canadian Airline Pilots Association, will never be forgotten. Thank You to Rev. Keith LOCKHART for his support and to Al DAVIDSON for his kind words at the funeral. We appreciate the kindness and assistance from Shawn and Paula DAVIDSON and their staff at Carruthers and Davidson in Wasaga Beach. It was quite a send off for Tom.
Bev GOSS and Family
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LOCKHART o@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.stayner.stayner_sun 2008-02-27 published
BILOUS, Morris William
(Former Owner of the Crest Hardware Store in Wasaga Beach)
On February 23rd, 2008 at the General and Marine Hospital, in his 84th year. Morris BILOUS beloved husband of Evelyn BILOUS of Wasaga Beach. Visitation was held at the Watts Funeral Home and Cremation Centre, 132 River Road E., Wasaga Beach, on Tuesday February 26th, 2008 from 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service was conducted by Rev. Keith LOCKHART on Wednesday February 27th, 2008 at 1 p.m. Spring burial in Stayner Cemetery.
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LOCKHART o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-02-07 published
DE GROOT, Doctor Hero, (F.R.C.S.C)
Suddenly at his residence, at the age of 92 years. Beloved husband of the late Breg Struivig DE GROOT. Loving father of Mieke ALLAN and her husband Bob of Whitby, Heero of Thurlow, and Jan and his wife Ruth of Vancouver. Loved Opa of Sam, Nicholas, Rebecca and Emma all of Vancouver, British Columbia. Predeceased by his sister Rity TIRION and brother Jan DE GROOT. The family will receive Friends at the Weaver Family Funeral Home-East Chapel, 29 Bay Street, Trenton on Thursday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service to be held at the East Chapel on Friday Febuary 8, 2008 at 11 a.m. Rev. Laura LOCKHART officiating. Interment Carrying Place Cemetery Annex. As expressions of sympathy, donations to the Plainfield Children's Homes (cheques only please) would be appreciated by the family. Online guest book and condolences at www.weaverfuneralhomes.com

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LOCKHART o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-06-12 published
HARDISTY, David Godfrey
Passed away peacefully on Tuesday, June 10, 2008 in his 63rd year at Trillium Health Centre, Mississauga. Predeceased by his parents Ray and Hilda. Loving brother of John and his wife Pat LOCKHART, Stephen and his wife Mary, and Peter and his wife Manny. Fondly remembered by his niece Lisa and nephews Michael, Richard, Andrew, James and Raymond. He will be sadly missed by his extended family and Friends. Friends may call at the Turner and Porter Butler Chapel, 4933 Dundas St. W. (between Kipling and Islington Aves.) on Saturday, June 14, 2008 for a Memorial Visitation from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. If desired, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family.

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LOCKHART o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-06-27 published
LOCKHART, David Robert Donald
Much loved son of John A. and the late Margaret LOCKHART of Huntingdon, Quebec passed away on June 24th in Vancouver where he had made his home for most of the last 30 years. David will be greatly missed by his twin brother Peter, his sisters Andrea and Nancy, his brother Robin, Murray Frum, Karyn LOCKHART and Michael BAILEY, nieces and nephews Ryan, Alexis, Michael, Tamara, Benjamin and Gabriel, dear friend Chris Mancini and many cousins and extended family. David had a big heart and his circle included many, all of whom mourn his passing. The family wishes to extend a special thanks to our loving cousin Margaret RAMSDALE. A memorial service will take place in Vancouver later this summer.

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LOCKHART o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-06-28 published
LOCKHART, David Robert Donald
Much loved son of John A. and the late Margaret LOCKHART of Huntingdon, Quebec passed away on June 24th in Vancouver where he had made his home for most of the last 30 years. David will be greatly missed by his twin brother Peter, his sisters Andrea and Nancy, his brother Robin, Murray Frum, Karyn LOCKHART and Michael BAILEY, nieces and nephews Ryan, Alexis, Michael, Tamara, Benjamin and Gabriel, dear friend Chris Mancini and many cousins and extended family. David had a big heart and his circle included many, all of whom mourn his passing. The family wishes to extend a special thanks to our loving cousin Margaret Ramsdale. A memorial service will take place in Vancouver later this summer.

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LOCKHURST o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2008-03-15 published
O'LEARY, Mary Catherine (née FOLEY)
Mary passed away peacefully at the Georgetown Hospital on Thursday, March 13th, 2008 after a determined battle with cancer. She was the best friend and loving wife of Michael and the much loved mother of Catharine and Lee ROBSON, Colleen, Christine and Rob LOCKHURST and Erin. Mary is survived by her brother Father Terry FOLEY and her sister-in-law Eileen FOLEY and was predeceased by her parents Ruth and Leonard FOLEY and her brother Barry. She will be missed by her brother-in-law John O'LEARY and her sister-in-law Maureen and her husband David YOUNG, as well as many nieces and nephews. The family will receive Friends at the MacKinnon Family Funeral Home, "Shoemaker Chapel" 55 Mill Street East, Acton, (1-877-421-9860 - toll free) on Saturday from 7-9 p.m. and on Sunday from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Vigil prayers on Sunday afternoon at two o'clock. Friends are invited to meet the family at the Parish of Saint_Joseph, Patron of Canada, 64 Church Street East, Acton on Monday, March 17th, 2008 at eleven o'clock where the Funeral Mass will be celebrated by Father Bob BULBROOK. Interment at Fairview Cemetery, Acton. Remembrances to the Georgetown Hospital Foundation or the Acton Branch of the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences and donations may be made at www.mackinnonfamilyfuneralhome.com

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LOCKIE o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-04-29 published
SMITH, E. Raymond
At London Health Sciences Centre University Hospital on Friday, April 25, 2008, E. Raymond SMITH of London in his 80th year. Husband of Betty SMITH of London. Dear father of Deborah and her husband David AUSTIN and Karen SMITH all of Markham and Greg and his wife Eva SMITH of Lucan. Loved by 3 grandchildren Matthew, Mark and Danielle. Dear brother of Shirley LOCKIE and her husband Gordon of Barrie, Eilleen SCOTT and her late husband Donald of Toronto. Survived by nieces and nephews. Friends will be received at the Logan Funeral Home, 371 Dundas St. (between Waterloo and Colborne St.) on Thursday, May 1, 2008 from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. A private family service will be held later. Friends who wish may make memorial donations to charity of choice. On line condolences www.loganfh.ca A tree will be planted as a living memorial to Raymond SMITH.

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LOCKING o@ca.on.grey_county.hanover.the_post 2008-01-18 published
LOCKING, Howard Elgie
Howard Elgie LOCKING passed away peacefully in Hanover, at the age of 80.
He is survived by his loving wife Stella LOCKING. Loved father to daughters Sharion and her husband Carl SEARLE of Kitchener and Linda and her husband Wallace MILLER of Elmwood. Father of Julia VAN DER AA and husband John of Mitchell, Fred LOCKING and his wife Bonnie of Arthur, Percy LOCKING, Donna and Cathy. Stepfather to Sheila HOFFMAN and Don HOFFMAN. Loving and proud Papa of Carey and her husband Chris BRUBACHER of Moorefield and Karen and her husband Jamie RAFTIS of Moorefield. Grandfather of Derek CHERREY, Tanya POL; Nicholas LOCKING, Mark LOCKING and Kristopher LOCKING Brenda MILLER of Hanover and Tammy and her husband Todd HARRIS of Owen Sound. Loved "Big-Papa" to his great-grandchildren Brooklyn COPLAND and Zackary BRUBACHER. Great-grandfather to Savannah, Daria and Cohen POL; Audric CHERREY and Cameron, Emily and Gabrielle HARRIS. Remembered by sister, Leona HERMAN of Hanover. Will be missed by Shirley and Wayne LACKENBAUER of Kitchener. Predeceased by his siblings Melvin, Roy, Hazel and Verna and one daughter, Shearle, and grand_son Dan MILLER.
Howard was born in Hanover on March 4, 1927, being one of six children of George and Annie (NEWTON) LOCKING. He loved animals and outside of farming spent his younger years in trucking and construction business. He was an avid horse lover, owning many, and was a familiar face around the local racetracks.
A time of remembrance will be held at Mighton Funeral Home, Hanover on Friday, January 18, 2008 from 10 a.m. until the time of a Memorial Service at 11 a.m. Cremation has taken place. Interment in Hanover Cemetery.
In Howard's memory, expressions of sympathy to the Humane Society, Heart and Stroke Foundation or Cancer Society were appreciated.

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LOCKINGTON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-05-28 published
John McMULKIN, 92: Steelmaker
Engineer 'was a giant of the Canadian steel industry'
By Allison LAWLOR, Special to The Globe and Mail, Page S8
Events that transpired following a research trip to Austria in the early 1950s turned a Hamilton-based inquiring metallurgical engineer into a pioneer of modern steelmaking. Called "the father of oxygen steelmaking in North America," John McMULKIN convinced the managers of Dofasco in 1954 to invest in a new process that would not only catapult the company into a major Canadian steelmaker, but at the same time revolutionize the industry.
As the inaugural head of Dofasco's research department, he travelled the world in search of new technologies. Aware that Austria and Germany had been developing techniques to use oxygen in the steelmaking process during the Second World War, he decided to visit Austria in the early 1950s to see what it was all about.
"He realized it [the technology] was going to be a breakthrough," said Norm LOCKINGTON, retired vice-president of research at Dofasco (now called ArcelorMittal Dofasco).
Like most North American steel firms at that time, Dofasco was using an open-hearth furnace to make steel. In that process, carbon-rich molten iron is burned in gigantic open hearths for hours to allow the carbon to burn off and produce steel. In contrast, Austrian steelmakers had discovered that pure oxygen blown into the furnace at a high pressure dramatically accelerated the process. What would take up to 16 hours to produce in the old open hearths took half an hour in the oxygen furnace, Mr. LOCKINGTON said.
Mr. McMULKIN returned to Canada excited by what he had witnessed in Austria and was impatient to try it at home. He ran trials at the plant in Hamilton and successfully persuaded his superiors at Dofasco to install a basic oxygen furnace in 1954. When the furnace churned out its first batch of steel, Dofasco became the first company to apply the technology outside of Europe. "Within 10 years, steelmaking had changed," Mr. LOCKINGTON said. Before long, companies across the United States were knocking at Dofasco's door, anxious to learn how they too could implement the new technology.
The oxygen furnaces - which today stand five storeys high and hold enough steel to make 200 cars - remain the common standard for steelmaking around the world. More than half of Dofasco's steelmaking today comes from an oxygen furnace and the remainder from an electric arc furnace.
"He was a giant of the Canadian steel industry," said Gordon IRONS, director of McMaster University's Steel Research Centre. "He put Dofasco on the map. Before he came along they were a small company, but they became a large, successful company that put a great emphasis on research and development."
Raised in the steelmaking city of Sault Ste. Marie in Northern Ontario, John McMULKIN was an only child. His father was the well-regarded owner of a dry-goods store who was also active in local politics. After receiving a scholarship, young John headed off to the Michigan College of Mining and Technology, where he studied metallurgical engineering.
After graduation, he returned home to work at Algoma Steel. He later joined the Ontario Research Foundation in Toronto, where, during the war years, he worked on plate welding for light armoured vehicles. In 1945, at Toronto's Deer Park United Church badminton club, Mr. McMULKIN met his future wife, Margaret. A year later they were married.
Immediately following the war, he went to Dofasco in Hamilton on a research fellowship. A year later, he joined its staff and was asked to start up a research department. By his retirement in 1985, he had 80 people working with him.
"He was a one-person research department in the early days. He could just make things happen in a hurry," Mr. LOCKINGTON said. "He was sometimes frustrated that things couldn't happen as fast as they did in the early days."
While some considered him gruff or impatient, everyone respected his knowledge of the industry, his dedication to his job and his intelligence. "He had an inquiring mind and a very brilliant mind," said his wife, Margaret McMULKIN.
While basic oxygen steelmaking remained the crowning achievement of his career, Mr. McMULKIN would go on to make other major improvements in steelmaking. Under his guidance, Dofasco became the first company in Canada to add an electrolytic tinning line used to make tin-plated steel for tin cans. He is also credited for developing Dofasco's mining properties.
While he retired in the mid-1980s, he continued to stay abreast of new advances in steelmaking. He often visited his old office and still felt connected to the company. As much as he was fascinated by the science of steelmaking, he liked people just as much. "He was the kind of person who saw it as his role to mentor young people," Mr. LOCKINGTON said.
Aside from being awarded an honorary doctor of engineering degree from the Michigan Technological University, Mr. McMULKIN also received almost every award available from steelmaking industry associations.
Francis John McMULKIN was born on December 7, 1915, in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario He died February 18, 2008, of prostate cancer. He was 92. He leaves his wife, Margaret, and children Bruce and Mary McMULKIN.

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LOCKWOOD o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-05-26 published
SHARPLES, Jean Gertrude (née BROWN)
With her family by her side at Mount Hope L.T.C. on May 25th, 2008, Mrs. Jean Gertrude SHARPLES (née BROWN) of London in her 92nd year. Beloved wife of the late Harry SHARPLES. Loving mother of Yvonne and her husband Jim LOCKWOOD. Cherished grandmother of Trudy and Dan FISCHER, Nancy JOHNSON and Steve KUCHTA, Shari PUEHRINGER and Jeff CARPENTER, Rick and Brenda JOHNSON, Marcy and Mark ATCHISON, Kathy FISCHER and John MacDONALD. Great-grandmother of Mike, Crystal, Kate, Blair, Cole and Brandi. Great-Great-grandmother of Cameron. Dear sister and best friend of Helen FORTH, sister-in-law Violet BROWN, step sister Toni GRONERT and predeceased by brothers Glen, Murray and Bill BROWN. Special thanks to everyone on MV1 and SM5. Visitation will be held in the Needham Funeral Chapel (520 Dundas Street, London) on Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. where the funeral service will take place on Wednesday May 28, 2008 at 1 p.m. Interment to follow at Dorchester Union Cemetery. In memory of Jean, contributions to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, Alzheimer Society, Wellspring or Mount Hope L.T.C. would be greatly appreciated.

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LOCKWOOD o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-06-24 published
LOCKWOOD, Bea (COUSINS)
Peacefully at London Health Sciences Centre, Victoria Hospital, on Saturday, June 21st, 2008 Mrs. Bea (COUSINS) LOCKWOOD of London in her 102nd year. Beloved wife of the late Jack LOCKWOOD. Loving mother of Dick LOCKWOOD and his wife Joan of London. Also loved by her grandchildren Dan, Geoff and Katie and her many nieces and nephews. The family will receive Friends one hour prior to the funeral service being conducted in the chapel of the A. Millard George Funeral Home, 60 Ridout Street South, London on Wednesday, June 25th at 12: 30 p.m. with Reverend Doctor Frank MEADOWS officiating. Interment in Oakland Cemetery, Delaware. As an expression of sympathy memorial donations may be made to the charity of your choice. Online condolences accepted at www.amgfh.com The family would like to express their appreciation to Cathy and Ross CHAPIN and the staff of Inspirit Residences, together with Doctors and Nurses at London Health Sciences Centre on floor C6-100 for their care and kindness. A reception will follow at the Highland Country Club, 279 Commissioners Road East, London, Ontario.

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LOCKWOOD o@ca.on.simcoe_county.nottawasaga.stayner.stayner_sun 2008-07-09 published
LOCKWOOD, Buddy Buddah
Suddenly in Warrington Road June 25, 2008. Buddy beloved companion of Karen and Jon. Buddy is predeceased by brother Chimo and sister Caley. Buddy leaves his sisters Meisha and Millie, and brothers Thal, Max and Caleb. Buddy was laid to rest beside his brother Chimo at home. Memorial donations to the Humane Society of your choice would be appreciated by Buddy's family. Special thanks to Doctor Pat KLYMUS her gentle assistants and Mr. Ryan VERSTEGEN who provided loving care until we could get there. And to Mr. McCOY and Carol Day RICE for notifying us. Your kindness will not soon be forgotten.
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LOCKYEAR o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-05-27 published
MORRISON, Joan
With her beloved Gus and Casey by her side, Joan MORRISON of London, passed away in her sleep at home on May 25, 2008 in her 82nd year. Predeceased by her husband Donald (1992) and brother-in-law Angus (1992) and his wife Letitia (2005). Cherished aunt of Sharon and Bill MacDONALD. Loved by nieces and nephews Linda MORRISON and her late husband Don (1993,) Alan and Maureen MORRISON, Joan and Stewart LOCKYEAR. Joan will be sadly missed by her great-nieces and nephews. A graveside service will be held at Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens, 2001 Dundas Street East, London, on Thursday, May 29, 2008 at 11 a.m. In memory, donations to the Don Morrison Law Bursary at the University of Western Ontario would be appreciated.

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LOCKYEAR o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-07-07 published
LOCKYEAR, Anita " Joan"
At London Health Sciences Centre Victoria Hospital at 5 a.m. on the 6th day of the seventh month of 2008, Anita 'Joan' (McLEAN) LOCKYEAR in her 69th year, after a long and courageous battle with cancer, passed away. Joan will be lovingly remembered by husband Stewart. She was a loving mother to Jamie and Nancy (John) TICKNOR and Grandma of Michael and David. Predeceased by her mother Letitia and father Ralph and step-mother Esther and step-father Angus. Loved by her brothers, sisters, nephews, nieces, cousins and Aunt Winkie. She was a proud charter member of the Forest City Decorative Artists. Cremation has taken place. A service to celebrate her life will be held at Saint Paul's Cathedral, 472 Richmond Street (at Queens), on Wednesday, July 9th at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated. Online condolences accepted at www.memorialfuneral.ca

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