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TAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-01-22 published
CHANNELL, Albert "Al" Montague
Passed away on Friday, January 18, 2008 at his home in Waterloo, Ontario, surrounded by his loving and caring family - Audrey (ALEXANDER,) his beloved wife of 53 years, and sons Scott, Brent and Craig. Al will be greatly and sadly missed by son Scott, daughter-in-law Marlene and grandchildren Kate, Jane and Scott Jr. (North Vancouver, British Columbia), son Brent, daughter-in-law Denise and grandchildren Vanessa and Victoria (Oakville, Ontario) and son Craig, daughter-in-law Lori and grandchildren Kayla and Mellissa (Plymouth, Michigan), as well as brother Doug (Mississauga, Ontario) and sister Barbara (MILLER) (London, Ontario.) Al was predeceased by his parents Harold A. (1989) and Grace E. (Perry 1986). Al was born in Sherbrooke, Québec, on November 10, 1927. He lived in various cities in Quebec and Eastern Ontario until joining the Royal Canadian Navy and serving on the HMCS Red Deer during the Second World War. Al then settled in Montreal, joining the Royal Bank of Canada in 1947. He enjoyed a very successful 40 year career with numerous stops in Montreal, as well as New York City, Havana, Moncton, Vancouver and Coral Gables, Florida, where he retired as Vice President - Latin America/ Caribbean in November of 1987. In retirement, Al and Audrey split their time between Waterloo, Ontario and Sarasota, Florida. Al was extremely proud of his 3 sons and 7 grandchildren, traveling often to see them in many of their sporting and academic activities. Al believed in giving back to the community. Throughout his life he was involved with many charitable and volunteer organizations, including the Waterloo Home Support Services Program, where he was a volunteer driver for many years. Being an avid tennis player, Al joined the Waterloo Tennis Club and played with and against younger opponents right up until October 23, 2007. He was then hit with the scourge of cancer in early November 2007. Al's battle with cancer was short and courageous. His family would like to thank Doctors MOOLMAN, WARD and TAN, the nursing staff at the Grand River Regional Cancer Centre, the nurses on the 8th floor of the Grand River Hospital, the Community Care nurses (Sara, Paula and Joan) and the nurses at Bayshore Home Health and the Red Cross for their care and compassion towards Al and his family during this difficult time. In lieu of flowers, a donation to the Canadian Cancer Society, Canadian Red Cross, Canadian Diabetes Association or a charity of your choice in Al's honour would be greatly appreciated. Cremation has taken place. A celebration of Al's life will be held Friday, January 25, 2008 from 2: 00-4:00 p.m. at the Erb and Good Funeral Home at 171 King St. South, Waterloo, Ontario 519-745-8445 or www.erbgood.com

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TANDON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2008-03-11 published
DHAMIJA, Rohit
Peacefully at Saint Michael's Hospital, Toronto, on Thursday, March 6, 2008 at the age of 44. Loving husband of Poonam, and loving father of Prateek, and Sahaj. son of late Chuni Lal and Krishna DHAMIJA. Dear brother of Jagmohan and Neeraj DHAMIJA and Shashi TANDON. He was an active member of the Burlington soccer league, and General Secretary of Vaishno Devi Temple. He was an accomplished and dedicated Occupational Therapist in Burlington. Visitation at Smith's Funeral Home, 1167 Guelph Line (one stoplight north of Queen Elizabeth Way), Burlington (905-632-3333) on Thursday, March 13, 2008 from 10: 30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., then to Bayview Cemetery and Crematory, 740 Spring Garden Road, Burlington for a Cremation Service at 1 p.m. www.smithsfh.com

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TANDY o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-04-26 published
MANN, Alice Elizabeth " Bette"
Suddenly on April 23rd, 2008 at London Health Sciences Centre-University Hospital, in her 79th year. Loving mother of one son Bruce (Cheryl). Predeceased by her daughter Penny, her parents, sister Ruth and brothers Fred and William. Survived by her son-in-law Gerry TANDY, sister Grace (Howard) SIMS, sister-in-law Audrey DAVEY and several nieces and nephews. Always loved by five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Cremation has taken place.

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TANENBAUM o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-04-21 published
TANENBAUM, Anne
Passed away peacefully at her residence on April 20th, 2008 in her 99th year.
Beloved wife of the late Max TANENBAUM. Dear mother of Joey and Toby, Minda and Les FELDMAN, Tauba and Sol SPIRO, Howard and Carole, Larry and Judy, Carol and the late Harold. Caring sister to Bill and Noah WOLF, and to the late Jack WOLF, Molly RAFAEL, Dorothy ROHER and Esther CARMEN. Loving grandmother to 22 grandchildren and 43 great-grandchildren.
Anne lived her life in the spirit of giving, not only to family and Friends, but also to the many Canadian and Israeli institutions, in support of education and healthcare. Her generosity was felt by all who knew her.
The family expresses deep gratitude to her wonderful companion Perlita FALLORINA and her other caregivers Esti and Charity, whose support provided assistance and Friendship. Donations may be made to the Max and Anne Tanenbaum Fund at Beth Tzedec Synagogue. For funeral information please contact Benjamin's Park Memorial Chapel, 2401 Steeles Avenue West (416) 663-9060, for service information please call Monday April 21st after 10: 30 p.m.

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TANGELDER o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-03-04 published
VANGURP, Jacob Abraham
In His appointed time, Sunday March 2, 2008, and with eternal peace, Jacob Abraham VANGURP, by grace went to be with his Lord and Saviour, in his 66th year. Surrounded and ever loved by his family, Wilma (née DIELEMAN,) and Children: David and Charlene VANGURP (Jordan, Aaron, Josiah); Lois and Bob FORSYTH (Cherish, Emalie); Jana and Richard HAMSTRA (Ben, Jeffrey, Janelle, Sarah) Carol and Johan TANGELDER (Ethan, Cayla, Julia); Susan and Eric KNIGHT (Joshua, Rachel); Nancy and James ELISEN (Calvin, Craig); Ellyn and Keith SINKE (Lily, Phoebe); Joel and Amy VANGURP (Grace). Youngest brother of Jack VANGURP; Nellie; Gerrie SAARLOOS; Harry and Jane Ida and George JANSSEN; Casper and Gretha; Neil and Theresa; Predeceased by, Parents Casper and Ida VANGURP; Floor SAARLOOS; Marie VANGURP Margaret and Jack KAASTRA. Visitation Wednesday, March 5, 1-3 and 7-9 at Tillsonburg Christian Reformed Church, Concession St. W. and a Celebration of Life, Worship Service, Thursday March 6 at 2: 00 p.m. Memorial donations to the Immanuel Christian School or the Canadian Cancer Society may be arranged by contacting Ostrander's Funeral Home, Tillsonburg (842-5221).

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TANGNEY o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-03-12 published
HALE, Eileen Elizabeth (MALONE)
Peacefully surrounded by her loving family at Palmerston and District Hospital on Monday, March 10, 2008. Eileen Elizabeth (MALONE) HALE of Harriston in her 85th year. Beloved wife of Edward HALE and mother of Carolyn HEFFERNAN of Guelph, Patricia HEFFERNAN and her husband Reid and Elizabeth BOYCE and her husband Tim, all of London and Larry HALE and his wife Fran of Harriston. Lovingly remembered by her grandchildren Greg and Meaghan HEFFERNAN, Andrea HEFFERNAN, Christian HEFFERNAN, Jeremy HEFFERNAN, Sara BOYCE, Matt and Ben BOYCE, Jennifer HALE, Laura HALE and Julie HALE and great-grandmother of Isabelle, Blake and Rachel. Eileen will be sadly missed by her brother Ken MALONE of Ottawa, her sisters Gladys O'DWYER of Mount Forest and Marcia MORRIS and her husband Pat of Guelph and by her brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law Anna HALE, Rita TANGNEY and Mary HALE, all of Mount Forest, Mary and Rene LORD of Cambridge, Tom and Cecile HALE of Baden and Jean HALE of Gueph. She was predeceased by her sister-in-law and brothers-in-law Helen and Charlie DADSWELL, Peter O'DWYER, Leonard HALE, Joe TANGNEY, Gerald HALE, Louie HALE and James HALE. Friends may call at the Hardy-Lee Funeral Home, Harriston, on Wednesday from 2: 00 to 4:00 and 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. with vigil prayers for Eileen at 8: 45 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated from Saint Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church, Harriston on Thursday, March 13 at 11: 00 a.m. Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery, Mount Forest. Memorial donations to Saint Thomas Catholic Church or Palmerston and District Hospital would be appreciated.

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TANGUAY o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-03-22 published
MCINNES/MCINNIS, Hector Macneill, Q.C.
Chester, Nova Scotia (July 26, 1933-March 18, 2008)
It is with great sadness that the McInnes family announces the passing of Hector MCINNES/MCINNIS on Tuesday, March 18, 2008. Born in Halifax, he was the eldest son of the late Donald MCINNES/MCINNIS and Betty (ROWAN- LEGG.) He is survived by his wife, Beverley (SMITH) of 48 years; three sons: David (Julie GROULX,) Ottawa; Robert (Joan CULLUM), Prospect; Andrew (Lesia ETTINGER), Tantallon and eight grand children: Griffin, Kerry, Kesha, Ben, Will, Callie, Rowan and Charlie. He also leaves two brothers, Stewart (Shirley BOWNESS), Halifax; Roderick (Daniele TANGUAY), Toronto; a sister, Ann (Eric RICE) Vancouver; and eleven nieces and nephews and five grand-nieces and grand-nephews. After graduating from Ashbury College in Ottawa, Hector received his Bachelor of Law degree from Dalhousie University and his Master of Laws from Harvard Law School, both with high honours. He was called to the Nova Scotia Bar in September 1957 and began the practice of law with McInnes Cooper as the firm's third generation McInnes. Hector proudly built upon the legacy of his father, Donald MCINNES/MCINNIS, and his grandfather, Hector MCINNES/MCINNIS, for forty years, devoting his whole career to the firm and its clients. Hector was a gifted corporate and commercial lawyer, and his advice was much sought after by companies large and small, local and international in scope. His contribution was significant with his effort spent developing the economic cornerstones of the Province of Nova Scotia. He was appointed Counsel to the firm in 1994. Hector was always an active member of the legal community, as a member of the Canadian Bar Association and the Nova Scotia Barristers' Society. He also contributed his experience to many volunteer organizations, serving as President of the Halifax Young Men's Christian Association, President of Symphony Nova Scotia, Chairman of the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and Vice President of Neptune Theatre. Hector served as a director and officer of numerous Canadian corporations. He was a member of St. Matthew's United Church, the Halifax Club, Royal Nova Scotia Yacht Squadron, Ashburn Golf Club and Chester Yacht Club. Hector retired to his beloved Chester and spent many recent winters at The St. Andrews Club in Delray Beach, Florida, enjoying his time with family and Friends (and every crossword puzzle and book he could get his hands on). In accordance with Hector's wishes, a private family service will take place with internment at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax. A visitation for Friends and colleagues will be held at the home of Stewart and Shirley MCINNES/MCINNIS, 490 Francklyn Street, Halifax on Saturday, March 22, 2008 from 2: 00-5:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers and in Hector MCINNES/MCINNIS' memory, you may choose to donate to the QE2 Foundation, 5A Nursing Education Fund (Radiation Oncology), 1278 Tower Road, Centennial Building, Room 1 - 040, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3H 2Y9, tel: (902) 473-7932; or the Provincial Autism Centre, 1456 Brenton Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3J 2K7, tel: (902) 446-4995. On-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.mem.com

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TANGUAY o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-04-26 published
MOORE, Barbara Jean (née MOONEY)
It is with great sadness that the family announces the death on April 23, 2008 of Barbara MOORE at the Élisabeth Bruyère Health Centre in Ottawa. Barbara was born in Saint John, New Brunswick, on February 13, 1930, the daughter of the late John Patrick MOONEY and the late Evelyn Margaret MOONEY (LAWLOR.) Barbara was predeceased by her loving husband of fifty years Raymond Edward MOORE and infant daughter Mary Diane. Surviving are her children Mary E. MOORE (Jean-Claude TANGUAY) of Toronto, Maureen G. MOORE, John L. MOORE, Raymond A. MOORE (Nicole D.) and David P. MOORE, all of Ottawa. Barbara is survived by her grandchildren Philippe C. MOORE, Michel L. MOORE, Rachel G.R. MOORE and Eric D.R. MOORE. Barbara is predeceased by brothers John P. MOONEY (Rosemond I. MOONEY) and Patrick J. MOONEY and by her sister Geraldine M. MOONEY of Fredericton Junction, New Brunswick. Barbara is also survived by her loving sisters M. Kathleen MacDOUGALL (the late Joseph A.,) Constance T. MARR (the late Ralph B.,) Gertrude M. MOONEY all of Saint John, New Brunswick, and Evelyn L. MORRIS (Denis J.), Halifax Nova Scotia. Barbara is also survived by loving sister-in-law Helen M. ROSS (Cyril B.) of Woodstock, New Brunswick. Barbara will be missed by her many relatives, Friends and colleagues. Barbara grew up in Saint John, New Brunswick and graduated from St. Vincent's High School. Barbara received her Bachelor of Science degree at St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia in 1951 and worked for the New Brunswick Department of Health until 1955 when she moved to Ottawa. A long time member of the Dieticians of Canada Barbara taught home economics for many years until her retirement from D'Arcy McGee High School in Gatineau, Québec. Friends may pay respects at the Kelly Funeral Home 1255 Walkley Road (east of Bank) Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral Tuesday to Holy Cross Church, 685 Walkley Road, for Mass of Christian Funeral at 11 a.m. Interment Hope Cemetery, Ottawa, Ontario. In memoriam donations to a charity of choice would be appreciated. Kelly Funeral Home 613-731-1255

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TANK o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-03-24 published
RENNIE, Winnifred (formerly TANK)
Peacefully, at the Trillium Health Centre, Mississauga, on Thursday, March 20, 2008. Loving mother of Richard (Christina) TANK, Bob (Karen) TANK and Lorraine TANK (Gordon OHLKE.) Adoring grandmother of Suzanne (Cam), David, Lindsay, Lisa, Melissa, Katie and Charley. Survived by her brother Albert DAVIDSON. Predeceased by her husbands Lawrence TANK and James RENNIE, as well as by her sisters Mabel, Grace, Hilda and Florence. Friends may call at the Turner and Porter Peel Chapel, 2180 Hurontario St. (Hwy. 10, North of Queen Elizabeth Way) on Tuesday from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Wednesday, March 26, 2008 at 2: 00 p.m. Interment Springcreek Cemetery. If desired, donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family.

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TANKUS o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-02-08 published
GOLDSTEIN, Saul
The family of Saul GOLDSTEIN, aged 97, lovingly honour his memory at the home of Roger and Rose GOLDSTEIN, 243 Dunvegan Rd, Toronto. Shiva services will be held from February 7 to Feb 12, at 7.00 a.m. and 5.20 p.m. Saul is survived by his son Roger (Rose) GOLDSTEIN and daughter Vivienne (Gidon) TANKUS, grandchildren Elliott, Rochelle, Erik SEGELBAUM; Andrew, Mathew, William, and Emily GOLDSTEIN.

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TANN 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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TANNER o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2008-04-08 published
McTEER, Linda Elaine
Suddenly at North York General Hospital on Friday April 4th, 2008 at the age of 55 years. Linda McTEER of New Dundee and formerly of Paisley. Linda was born in Walkerton on March 3rd, 1953 and was raised in Paisley. She was the sixth child of seven of the late Harold and Irene (MOONEY) McTEER. She worked 25 years with the Economical Insurance Company in Kitchener before finishing her insurance career with Hallmark Insurance in Scarborough. In 1980 Linda was appointed guardian of the family of the late John and Marjorie (McTEER) TANNER who are left to mourn her passing: Clifford and Joanne, Jim and Cindi, Connie and her friend Jim STRAUS all of Port Elgin, Carl and Debbie, Cindy SWEIGER, Jeff and Bonnie all of Paisley and all of their children. Predeceased by the youngest Laurie Ann TANNER (1988.) Also left to mourn her passing are her siblings, Gladys and John TURNBALL of Waterloo, Shirley and Bob CURRIE of Paisley, Glen McTEER of London and Rhonda McTEER of Wingham, Keith and Rhonda McTEER of Newmarket. She is also survived by her stepmother Marge McTEER of Durham. She is predeceased by her brothers Lorne (1990) and Wayne (1994). She also leaves to mourn many nieces and nephews and great nieces and great nephews. A graveside service will be held at Purdy Cemetery on Friday, April 11th, 2008 at 11: 00 a.m. with Rev. Judy ZARUBICK officiating. Following interment, a celebration of Linda's life will take place at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #295, Paisley. Memorial contributions to the Paisley Health Clinic would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy. Portrait and memorial online at www.milroyfuneralhomes.com

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TANNER o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-03-09 published
HOLME, Jeanne Dorothy Amelia (PAETZ)
After a lifetime of serving her Lord by her many works at Trinity Lutheran Church, and her devotion to her family, Jeanne Dorothy Amelia HOLME (PAETZ,) answered her Lord's call after a valiant battle with cancer on March 7th, 2008. Loved and remembered by her husband Robert of 57 years, along with their daughters Deborah HOLME and Heather and Doug ELLIS. Her spirit will be carried on in her grandchildren Sarah and Cameron GRIFFIN, Naomi and Gregory McCULLOCH and her cherished great-grand_son Tavis. Always close to her heart are her siblings Robert and Lucille PAETZ, Gary and the late Carol TANNER, Susan PAETZ, Eloise KARL and her much thought-of nieces and nephews. Visitation will be held at Forest Lawn Memorial Chapel, 1997 Dundas St. E. (at Wavell), on Sunday March 9th, 7-9 p.m. Monday March 10th, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Visitation will continue on March 11th at 10 a.m. with Service following at 11 a.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church, 746 Colborne St. The Rev. James GAREY officiant. Interment to follow at Mount Pleasant Cemetery. Donations in memory of Jeanne to Trinity Lutheran Church - T.L. Ristine Bursary, Schuller Library Fund, or the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

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TANNER o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-06-16 published
TANNER, Paul
Peacefully, on Saturday, June 14, 2008, at Saint Thomas Elgin General Hospital, Paul TANNER passed away in his 78th year. Beloved husband of the late Monna TANNER (2007.) Dear father of Vickie SODERMAN, Patti TANNER, and Marvin and his wife Laura. Sadly missed by grandchildren; Kris, Holly, Brandi, TANNER, Jennalea, Robin, Maycala, and Saralyn and five great-grandchildren. Survived by sister Elizabeth THOMPSON/THOMSON/TOMPSON/TOMSON (George.) Predeceased by his mother Heilda GOULDEN (Carl) and father Leopold TANNER. Friends will be received at Forest Lawn Memorial Chapel, 1997 Dundas Street East (at Wavell), for visitation on Wednesday from 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service will be held in the chapel on Thursday, June 19, 2008 at 11 a.m. with interment to follow at Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens. In memory, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated.

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TANNER o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-07-07 published
SHEFFER, Alma Alma Mildred (née SAUNDERS)
Age 87, formerly of Brigden, died peacefully at Fiddick's Nursing Home, Petrolia, on Sunday, July 6, 2008, with her family by her side. Survived by her family Shirley and Roy COOPER of Wyoming, Marion and John FORD of Brigden, and Evelyn and Rae JAPP of Brigden. Grandchildren Bev WRIGHT, Stephen and Elizabeth COOPER, Sandra and David BERRY, Carol FORD and Jeff TANNER, Bonnie and Joe DAWSON, Vicki and Chris CRAN, John and Shannon FORD, Eddy and Carrie JAPP, Barry and Trisha JAPP, and Jeffery and Rachel JAPP, 23 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great-grand_son. Also survived by her sisters and brothers-in-law Thelma SAUNDERS, Dorothy and Jacob SPENLER, Marion CODLING, Ruby and Sherman BAILEY, Stella SHEFFER, and Floyd and Rita SHEFFER. Predeceased by her parents Thomas and Rachel Jane (WILLIAMSON) SAUNDERS, brothers and sisters Stella, Cecil, Nettie, Bettie, Jacob, Marion, Earl, and three infants and a granddaughter Mary Kathleen FORD. It was Mother's wish that there be a private service following cremation. Interment at Saunders Family Cemetery, Brooke Township, Lambton County. Sympathy donations may be made to the C.E.E. Hospital Foundation, Petrolia, (the Pat Mailloux Cataract Clinic Memorial Fund), or the charity of your choice. Memories and condolences may be sent online at www.smithfuneralhome.ca Arrangements entrusted to Smith Funeral Home, 1576 London Line, Sarnia.

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TANNER o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-07-26 published
HITCHCOCK, Margaret Isabella (MacKENZIE)
Peacefully, surrounded by her loving family at Bluewater Health - Mitton Site on Thursday, July 24, 2008, Margaret Isabella (MacKENZIE) HITCHCOCK, age 89, of Sarnia, loving wife of the late Ralph HITCHCOCK (1995.) Dear mother of Mary HITCHCOCK, Raymond Edward HITCHCOCK, Margaret Diane BARCROFT and her husband Jerry and Elizabeth Anne FLETCHER and her husband Herbert Jr. Grandmother of Michael, Suzanne, Johanne, Angela, Lisa, Todd, Angela, Herbert III and Daniel. Also survived by many great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Sister of Dorthea LAWRENCE. Predeceased by her daughter Donna HITCHCOCK, brother Albert MacKENZIE and great-grandchildren Terrance MATHEWS and Summer TANNER- FLETCHER. Mrs HITCHCOCK was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch #62. Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel of the D.J. Robb Funeral Home, 102 N. Victoria Street, Sarnia, on Monday, July 28th at 1: 00 p.m. Interment in Resurrection Cemetery. Visitation at the funeral home on Sunday afternoon and evening from 2: 00-4:00 p.m. and 7:00-9:00 p.m. Sympathy may be expressed through memorial donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation. (cheques only please). Messages of condolence may be sent to the family through djrobbfh@ebtech.net

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TANNER o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-02-11 published
ESKRITT, Leslie Joseph
Joe ESKRITT passed away at his home on the morning of February 7, 2008. Beloved husband of Diana ESKRITT who predeceased him in September. Devoted father of Jodi Ann and Ian Joseph (Jeremy Lin EVANS- ESKRITT) and proud grandfather of Keagan Leslie and Loghan Dawn. Brother of Jeanette (George POAG), Nita (Jack VICARY) and Susan (Peter TANNER.) The family wishes to thank everyone for their continued support through Dad's illness. Memorial Service will be held in the chapel of James Reid Funeral Home, Cataraqui Chapel (1900 John Counter Blvd) on Saturday, February 16, 2008 at 3 p.m. Reception to follow in the James Reid Reception Centre. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Multiple Sclerosis Society or ALS Society would be appreciated by the family. www.jamesreidfuneralhome.com

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TANNER o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-05-13 published
SWEENY, Ella Elizabeth
In her eighty-fourth year, on May 11, 2008, at Toronto Western Hospital, of complications following a heart attack. Beloved wife of the late Thomas Gray SWEENY, dear mother of Carolyn TANNER (Curt PEOPLES,) David TANNER (Amanda,) and Robert TANNER (Dalia,) loved sister of Gordon FORSTER, cherished grandmother of Ashley, Lindsay, Stephen, Peter, Georgia and Charlie. She leaves also the extended SWEENY family, Joan THOMPSON/THOMSON/TOMPSON/TOMSON, Jim SWEENY and Heather THOMPSON/THOMSON/TOMPSON/TOMSON and their children, Claire, Mary, Bridget, Johanne, and Tamara, and Robert SWEENY and Elizabeth-Anne MALISCHEWSKI and their daughter Charlotte-Anne, who welcomed her into their lives almost twenty years ago and added immeasurably to her happiness. Our thanks to the wonderful staff at Kensington Gardens and to the many doctors and nurses at Toronto Western whose compassionate care made this time easier.

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TANNY o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-07-18 published
GOLD, Faye
On Friday, July 13, 2008 at North York General Hospital. Faye GOLD, beloved wife of the late Irving GOLD. Lovingly remembered by Albert KAPUS. Loving mother of Marsha WRIGHT. Dear sister of Ruth SWARTZ. Devoted grandmother of Alisa and Mark TANNY and Marci and Daniel FRANK and great-grandmother of Ethan. At Benjamin's Park Memorial Chapel, 2401 Steeles Ave W (3 lights west of Dufferin) for service on Friday, July 18 at 10: 00 a.m. Interment Temple Sinai Synagogue Section of Pardes Shalom Cemetery. Shiva 44 Stubbs Dr. #612. Memorial donations may be made to The Alzheimers Society of Ontario 416-967-5900.

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TANSLEY o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-04-01 published
ELLIOT/ELLIOTT, Heather Lynn (née TANSLEY)
Suddenly at her home in Woodstock on Friday, March 28th. Loving mother of Stephanie of Vienna and Matthew of Stratford. Cherished grandmother of Hailey, Raven, Tyson and Shayne. Heather will be sadly missed by her mother, Marilyn Elliott of London and sisters and brother Rose of Stratford, Maureen and Ken, Beachville, Colleen, Saint Marys, Sandra, and Earl and Trudy of Alvinston. Predeceased by her father Clifford TANSLEY and sister Carole (November 2007). Friends may call at the W.G. Young Funeral Home, 430 Huron Street, Stratford, on Wednesday from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. funeral following at 1 p.m. As expressions of sympathy donations to the Diabetes Association or charity of one's choice.

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TANTON o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-03-29 published
TANTON, Margaret (née ALLISON)
Peacefully at Strathroy Middlesex General Hospital on Thursday, March 27, 2008, Margaret TANTON (ALLISON) passed, in her 78th year. Predeceased by her husband John (2005). Loving mother of her sons Robert (Carol), Doug (Cecilia), Peter, David (Shaunda) and daughter Sheila. Predeceased by her son John (1949). Cherished grandma of 14 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. Dearly missed by her sister Judy GNAY (Bill) and her brother Bob. Predeceased by brother Frank (Jean) and sister-in-law Edna ALLISON. Predeceased by her parents Robert and Thelma ALLISON. Visitation will be held at Denning Bros. Funeral Home, Strathroy, on Monday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. where the Funeral Service will take place on Tuesday, April 1, 2008 at 1 p.m. with Rev. Charles SEED officiating. Interment to follow in Strathroy Cemetery. Donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or the Strathroy Middlesex General Hospital Foundation. A tree will be planted as a living memorial to Margaret.

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TANTON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-07-03 published
Champion of culture in Canada 'epitomized the values of the NAC'
Third-generation member of famous newspaper family grew up in a lifestyle of privilege and chose the diplomatic corps over journalism. Later, he helped launch the National Arts Centre and the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa
By Sandra MARTIN, Page S9
Passionate, romantic, a lover of culture, the high arts and beautiful women, Hamilton SOUTHAM was in many ways an 18th-century gentleman, given to quoting poetry, rereading the classic works of literature and history, attending opera, ballet and theatrical performances, and collecting paintings by modern masters. Until the end of his days, he expressed his faith in the ultimate meaning of life by quoting these lines from Milton's Samson Agonistes: "All is best, though we oft doubt, /What th' unsearchable dispose/Of highest wisdom brings about, / and ever best found in the close."/
Born into the third generation of the Southam newspaper dynasty, he grew up in a gilded world of wealth and privilege, in which winters were spent in Florida and summers in Europe and the family enclave at Big Rideau Lake near Ottawa. Fighting for his country for six years in the Second World War stiffened the public-service component of his complicated character. After working in journalism, he turned his back on the family business and opted for diplomacy in its Pearsonian heyday, serving as ambassador to Poland, among other postings. But it was his lengthy tenure in the trenches of the cultural, linguistic and nationalistic battlefields that forged his legacy as the builder and founding general director of the National Arts Centre, a visionary fundraiser and force behind the Canadian War Museum, the Canadian Battle of Normandy Foundation and the Valiants Memorial and an active contributor to many other cultural institutions.
How fitting that such a Canadian giant should die on Canada Day, said Peter Herrndorf, president of the National Arts Centre, describing Mr. SOUTHAM as a man of exquisite taste with a single-minded devotion to the arts and an incredible capacity for Friendship. "He had been for many years, well before I came here, one of my heroes and he stayed a hero though my professional life. Never did I imagine that I would not only build on Hamilton's legacy at the National Arts Centre, but also become his friend," said Mr. Herrndorf. "He became like a second dad to me, both in personal terms and very much in professional terms - and in typical dad terms, he was both wonderful in his support and tough when I wasn't living up to what he expected. It's a big loss because he epitomized the values of the National Arts Centre."
Gordon Hamilton SOUTHAM was born in December, 1916, and named after an uncle who had been killed two months earlier at the Battle of the Somme. His family called him Hamilton because he had an older cousin, Gordon, who lived next door, in what amounted to a family enclave in the elite Rockliffe Park area of Ottawa. His parents' house, called Lindenelm, later became the Spanish embassy.
Hamilton's father, Wilson SOUTHAM, the oldest of six sons of William SOUTHAM (1843-1932,) the proprietor of The Hamilton Spectator and founder of the Southam newspaper empire, was the publisher of the Ottawa Citizen. Hamilton's mother, Henrietta CARGILL, was the daughter of Conservative politician Henry CARGILL, who died after collapsing on the floor of the House of Commons.
The youngest of his parents' six children, Hamilton went to Elmwood School and then Ashbury College, the private boy's school in Ottawa. In those days, French was taught as though it were a dead language, so it was years before he became bilingual. But the school did nurture his love for Latin, the classics, and poetry, which he delighted in declaiming until the end of his life. He also played Gratiano in The Merchant of Venice, "lightly with exactly the right touch of flippancy," according to drama critic Ted Devlin.
After doing summer-school classes at Glebe and Lisgar Collegiates, he entered Trinity College at the University of Toronto in 1934. He graduated with a degree in history in 1939, having taken a year out, halfway through, recovering from a serious car crash that left him with a crooked smile - a rugged distinction in a classically handsome face. After U of T, he sailed to England intending to do a master's degree in modern history at Christ Church College, Oxford. Almost as soon as he arrived, Britain declared war on Germany and he enlisted in the British Army as an officer cadet in the Royal Artillery.
Simultaneously, he renewed his Friendship with Jacqueline LAMBERT- DAVID, the daughter of a sculptor from a land-owning French family. They had met in Canada that summer through family Friends. When the hostilities commenced, she managed to make her way back to London by ship from New York because the United States was still neutral. They married in London on April 15, 1940, while he was in training. (They eventually had four children and were divorced in the late 1960s; she died in 1998.) A month after the wedding, he received his commission as a lieutenant.
Meanwhile, the 40th battery of the Canadian Field Artillery (in which his uncle and namesake, Gordon SOUTHAM, had served) had mobilized for active service under Frank Keen, assistant editor of the Hamilton Spectator, as the 11th Army Field Regiment, 40th Battalion of Hamilton. As soon as the battalion arrived in England, Lt. SOUTHAM applied for a transfer from the British Army so that he could serve with the Canadian Forces. By the autumn of 1943, the 1st Canadian Infantry Division, which was heavily engaged in Italy, urgently needed replacements. He volunteered to join the Royal Canadian Horse Artillery. He fought in the battle of Ortona in December, 1943, and the final battle of Monte Cassino from April to May, 1944, and was part of the advance of the Canadian Army up through Italy and later from Marseilles northward in France. He was mentioned in dispatches for "gallant and distinguished services" and demobilized with the rank of captain.
After the war, he worked briefly for The Times of London before returning to Canada and an uneasy job as an editorial writer for the Citizen in 1946. "I couldn't write quickly enough," he said in an interview at his home in Rockliffe in 2004. "My editor would give me a subject - 500 words on such and such a subject by 3 o'clock. My instinct was to go to the parliamentary library for a week and then come back with the 500 words," he said. "I was wretched." He went to his uncle Harry SOUTHAM, then publisher of the Citizen, and said, "I can't manage to do this, so I am going to External Affairs."
He wrote the examinations and joined the department in 1948 under Lester Pearson at a time when Canada "had a role to play" and when being part of the foreign service was "riding the crest of a wave, as far as I was concerned." It was "a wonderful time," Mr. SOUTHAM said, his eyes flashing under his expressive beetle brows. "Bliss was it in that dawn to be alive, But to be young was very heaven!" he said, quoting Wordsworth.
In 1949, Mr. SOUTHAM (and his family, which now included a second son, Christopher, who is now called Abdul) was posted to Stockholm as third secretary under ambassador Tommy Stone. After nearly four years, they returned to Ottawa before being posted to Warsaw as chargé d'affaires in March, 1959. By then, the Southams had two more children, Jennifer and Michael. This posting was one of the highlights of Mr. SOUTHAM's diplomatic career because he solved the "Polish Treasures" problem.
After Germany invaded Poland on September 1, 1939, the curator of Krakow removed a number of treasures from Wawel Castle, including tapestries and the sword of state. Following a circuitous route, they ended up in museum warehouses in Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec City. After the war, Poland, then behind the Iron Curtain, requested the return of its state treasures. That was fine with the Canadian federal government, but not with Maurice Duplessis, then premier of Quebec. He refused to hand anything over to a Communist government. Amid the diplomatic fracas, "we never sent an ambassador there and they never sent an ambassador here," Mr. SOUTHAM explained.
Mr. Duplessis died in office in September, 1959, and was succeeded by Paul Sauvé, "a more rational man" who agreed to ship the treasures back, causing Poland and Canada "to unfreeze their governments and to exchange ambassadors." And so, Mr. SOUTHAM's grateful government promoted him "sur place" to the rank of ambassador in April, 1960.
In 1962, the Southams returned to Ottawa, where he was appointed head of the information division at External Affairs. He was at work one day when he received a visit from Faye Loeb of the IGA grocery chain. She wanted him to help spearhead a citizens' move to build a performing arts centre in Ottawa. Rashly, he promised to find an appropriate candidate and, if necessary, to take charge himself.
"Time ran out and Faye came back," is the way he described his assumption of the leadership of the National Capital Arts Alliance in 1963. At its height, the alliance included about 60 arts organizations in Ottawa. They raised enough money (about $7,000) to commission a feasibility study, which recommended both the building of a performing arts centre and the holding of an annual national festival in Ottawa. In 1964, Mr. SOUTHAM took the completed study (with its projected costs of $9-million) to his old boss Mr. Pearson, by this point prime minister, and persuaded him that the proposed building would be an ideal centennial project for the federal government.
"He thought about it for a month and then came back and said, 'We'll do it,' Mr. SOUTHAM said. "After that, it was his project and he never gave up on it." The prime minister arranged for Mr. SOUTHAM to be lent from External Affairs to Secretary of State, which appointed him co-ordinator of the National Arts Centre in February, 1964.
The decision about the architect for the new facility was left up to Mr. SOUTHAM. He recommended Fred LEBENSOLD, who had already built the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver, had won the competition for Confederation Centre in Charlottetown, and would later build Place des Arts in Montreal. Mr. LEBENSOLD did a quick estimate of $16-million and signed on as architect. Mr. SOUTHAM was appointed inaugural director of the National Arts Centre in 1967 and oversaw the construction of Mr. LEBENSOLD's hexagonal buildings on 2.6 hectares on the banks of the Rideau River, defending vociferous criticism along the way as the costs spiralled to a final tally of more than $46-million. (By this time, Mr. SOUTHAM's first marriage had disintegrated. He married Gro MORTENSON of Oslo in 1968, with whom he had two children, Henrietta and Gordon. He and his second wife were divorced in the late 1970s, but as with all of Mr. SOUTHAM's wives, she remained on affectionate terms with him.)
The multifaceted performance centre, with three halls including the country's first professional opera house, two restaurants, two theatre companies and its own touring symphony orchestra, opened in June of 1969 with the National Ballet of Canada performing two commissioned ballets - The Queen by Grant Strate to music by Louis Applebaum, and Kraanerg by Roland Petit to music by Iannis Xenakis. The following night, when the ballet danced John Cranko's Romeo and Juliet, something went wrong with the technology in the orchestra pit. Conductor George Crum and some of his musicians slowly ascended above stage level, leading Mr. Crum to say later that it was "the only time I ever looked down on Celia Franca," who was performing as Lady Capulet. After two terms as director-general, Mr. SOUTHAM stepped down in March of 1977.
Less than a year later, after a short respite spent sailing his yacht, Mr. SOUTHAM was persuaded by secretary of state John Roberts to become chair of Festival Canada and take charge of the national celebrations on Canada Day. He was paid a dollar a year and required to appear before a Commons committee to answer questions about his mandate and budget. When some members criticized the fluently bilingual Mr. SOUTHAM for preparing a report in English - he said later that he hadn't had time to have it translated - he sent a letter resigning from his post in French to the minister. It was rejected and Mr. SOUTHAM oversaw celebrations in hundreds of communities across the country and a blow-out televised extravaganza on Parliament Hill on the theme "You and Me - Le Canada, C'est Toi et Moi." In the 1980s, Mr. SOUTHAM was a partner in Lively Arts Market Builders, a scheme to create a television channel devoted to producing and broadcasting plays, concerts, films and programs on the arts. The group received a cable television licence and launched the pay-television C Channel in January, 1983. But it failed to attract subscribers and went into receivership six months later. Rogers Cablesystems Inc. bought its pay-television licence that December for $12,500.
(The following year, Mr. SOUTHAM married for the third and final time. Marion TANTON, a French woman he had known and loved for many years, was the wife of the late Pierre CHARPENTIER, a former Canadian ambassador, and the mother of his three children. She died of cancer in May, 2005.)
In January, 1985, prime minister Brian Mulroney appointed Mr. SOUTHAM chair of the Official Residences Council, a civilian oversight group he had established amidst mounting criticism of the cost of maintaining official residences. Mr. SOUTHAM's tenure was not an easy one; there were political brawls about work done on the speaker's house in Kingsmere; on Stornoway, the residence of the opposition leader; and on both official prime ministerial residences.
His beloved National Arts Centre went through a long period of turmoil beginning in the mid-1980s, involving funding crises, a revolving series of chairs and artistic directors and a strike by the National Arts Centre orchestra, before it began to stabilize more than a decade later with the appointment in the late 1990s of David Leighton as chair of the board and Mr. Herrndorf as president and chief executive - thanks in no small part to Mr. SOUTHAM's behind-the-scenes lobbying. Early in 2000, during Mr. Herrndorf's tenure, a grateful National Arts Centre renamed its opera auditorium Southam Hall in his honour and threw a lavish party for him on his 90th birthday.
After attending the rededication of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier on September 17, 1999, Mr. SOUTHAM met some Friends for lunch at the Rideau Club. He had been "moved" by the ceremony and by governor-general Adrienne Clarkson's "wonderful" speech, and he began thinking that the fallen soldier "should have some company on Confederation Square," rather like the "great cloud of witnesses," described by St. Paul in his epistles. Those lunchtime musings led to his final public campaign, which was realized seven years later when Governor-General Michaëlle Jean unveiled the $1.1-million Valiants Memorial. He considered the Valiants his second great project after the National Arts Centre. "Parliament Hill is full of statues of prime ministers and politicians, some of them good, some of them not good. But in Ottawa, there shouldn't just be statues of politicians," he said. "It is the capital of the country and there should be statues of the men and women who have made this country."
Aside from building monuments to others, Mr. SOUTHAM enjoyed sitting in the study of his Ottawa home, a well-proportioned, light-filled room lined with bookcases, rereading the complete works of Anthony Trollope and "contemplating three generations of reading." He had his grandfather's books on the top shelf, his father's Everyman editions on the second and his own books on the third shelf. As well, he was examining his own soul. "I have lived my life, and that which I have done may God himself make pure," he said. "I meditate and I don't compare today with yesterday. I have more important comparisons, concerning my inner life, and I have much to think about." He was an Anglican, but he "was thinking the same thoughts" as a Catholic or a Jew or a Muslim. The soul is a more important part of our being than character," he said. "It is essential."
And so he spent his last years in contemplation and in visiting with close Friends and family, enjoying life and engaged with the world around him.
On Canada Day, he was about to go for a drive with his valet when he suddenly felt tired. He lay down for a rest and quietly died.
Gordon Hamilton SOUTHAM was born in Ottawa on December 19, 1916. He died July 1, 2008, at home in Ottawa of complications from cancer. He was 91. He is survived by his second wife, Gro MORTENSON, his six children and his extended family. A private family funeral is planned followed by a memorial service at St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church, Ottawa, later in July.

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TANTOT o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-07-07 published
SOUTHAM, Gordon Hamilton
Hamilton SOUTHAM died peacefully at home on Tuesday July 1st at the age of 91. He was born in Ottawa on December 19th, 1916, the youngest child of Wilson Mills SOUTHAM and Henrietta Alberta CARGILL. After graduating from the University of Toronto with a degree in history in 1939, he abandoned his graduate studies at Christ Church College, Oxford in order to join the war effort and enrolled in the British Army as an officer cadet in the Royal Artillery winning his commission in 1940. That same year, when the Canadian Army reached Britain, he transferred to the Canadian 11th Army Field Regiment, 40th Battalion of Hamilton (in which his uncle and namesake, Gordon Hamilton, had served until he was killed in action at the battle of the Somme in 1916). In 1943, responding to an urgent call for replacements at the front, he volunteered to join the Royal Canadian Horse Artillery in Italy. He saw action at the battle of Ortona as well as the final battle of Monte Cassino and was mentioned in dispatches.
After the war he worked at the Times of London and the Ottawa Citizen before joining the Department of External Affairs in 1948. He was posted to Sweden from 1949 to 1953, and in 1959, was posted to Poland, where he served first as chargé d'affaires and later as ambassador. On his return to Ottawa in 1962 he was appointed head of the information division of External Affairs. In 1963 he assumed the leadership of the National Capital Arts Alliance, a grouping of some 60 arts organizations in Ottawa pressing for the building of a national performing arts centre. A feasibility study was commissioned and the Pearson government was persuaded to adopt the project in celebration of Canada's centennial. He was appointed co-ordinator of the National Arts Centre, in February, 1964 with the task of overseeing the construction and planning the programmes and activities of the new institution. After the National Arts Centre's opening, in 1969, he served two terms as director-general before stepping down in 1977.
Of particular note among his many activities since his retirement from the National Arts Centre are his founding and presidency of the Canadian Mediterranean Institute from 1980 to 1986 and a variety of initiatives aimed at raising public consciousness of the importance of the military in Canadian history. He was a founder of the Battle of Normandy Foundation, 1992, one of the main initiators of the new War Museum, inaugurated in 2005 and the founder and president of the Valiants Foundation, responsible for the erection of the Valiants Memorial on Confederation square, in Ottawa, inaugurated by Governor-General Michaëlle Jean in He married Jacqueline LAMBERT- DAVID in 1940 and they had four children, Peter, Abdul, Jennifer and Michael. In 1969, he married Gro MORTENSEN, and they had two children, Henrietta and Gordon. In 1981 he married Marion TANTOT, mother of Frederic, Manon and Virginie. He shared with Marion his retirement years in Grignan, France, and Ottawa. Marion died in 2005. He will be sadly missed by Gro Mortensen SOUTHAM, his children, his ten grandchildren, and his extended family and Friends. A private family funeral was held on Friday and a memorial service will be held at St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church 125 Mackay Street, Ottawa, on Sunday July 20th at 1 p.m.
If desired, donations can be made in his memory to the National Youth and Education Trust at the National Arts Center P.O. Box 1534, Stn B, Ottawa Ontario K1P 5W1.

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