Gordon MacFadden , Georges River; two grandsons; a granddaughter; two great-granddaughters and a great-grandson; brother, Spencer, Sault Ste. Andrews Presbyterian Church, North River. Funeral service will be Saturday at 2 p. Beloved wife of the late Vern Burkholder. Eight Grandchildren and three Great-Grandchildren. Joseph Taylor , Dorothy Mrs.
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Jim and Dolly travelled extensively until Dolly's illness and passing in Jim continued to live in the same white house on the corner until his passing. Jim and Dolly loved spending time water skiing and boating with the family in their younger years and found great joy in visits from all the kids and grandkids.
Jim was predeceased by his loving wife Dolly; and brother Ronald Dunne. Pre-deceased by his wife Frieda Miller. Deeply missed by his niece Laura, and the Crozier family. Retired from Consumers Gas after 43 years. He met and married Wilma, and they had children Blake, Linda and his darling Donna.
After 20 years in Rossland working for Cominco, Larry chose a new path and moved to Vancouver where he attended Langara College and earned his degree in Social Work.
He went on to become a federal parole officer, which was the job he was destined to do. In , he met and fell in love with Elsie, the love of his life. Larry and Elsie just celebrated their 30th anniversary in October. He left a blended family of 8 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren, whom he loved so dearly. We will miss you Grandpa Larry. A Memorial Service will be held at He was predeceased by his wife of 60 years, Doris in and his sister, Audrey Monson in Ivan served in the Canadian Navy in the battle of the North Atlantic.
He worked at B. Forest Products in the Plywood Plant until he retired. Ivan was an avid hockey player in his younger years, curled at Victoria Curling Club, enjoyed golf and fishing. Special thanks to staff at 6B South who took great care of Ivan.
As requested by Ivan there will be no service. In lieu of flowers please donate to your favourite charity. A private interment will be attended by family only. He moved to Victoria when he enlisted in the Navy.
After the war, Bob moved to Port Alberni and built a bookkeeping service there. He also worked in auto sales for many years and in semi-retirement as a watchman for MacMillan Bloedel. Bob moved to Echo Village in Port Alberni in Stan returned to England for a torpedo and anti-submarine course. Stan's last five years of his twenty-three year naval career were spent at Halifax in fleet school. Stan attended evening classes there and earned his Bachelor of Education.
In Stan was discharged in Victoria and began a teaching career until retiring in Three years later, Stand and his wife Elinor moved to Qualicum Beach where they joined the local branch. Stan served on the executive for several years and was Branch President in Stan served twenty-nine years in the Legion before his death in He passed away in He was promoted to Lt in In he went to CFB Esquimalt for his final posting and retired in He was awarded the Canadian Forces Decoration.
He was a member of Legion Branch in Lake Cowichan for more than 25 years. He died on 14 Oct Predeceased by his parents and three brothers, he is survived by his wife of 51 years, Heather nee Douglas; daughters, Karen Gammon Dwayne Robinson , Burnaby, B. Grandchildren, Jake Breuker and Brittany Robinson.
Bryan is also survived by his sister, June Wilson, Winnipeg, Man. Numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. His undying love of the sea was with him until the end. He will be lovingly remembered for his outgoing personality, brilliant smile and his great sense of humour.
A celebration of Bryan's life is to be held at a later date TBA. The family wishes to thank the doctors, nurses and staff at The Lodge at Broadmead and a special thanks to nurse Patti who brought a sparkle to his eyes. The Times Colonist 06 Sep Bryan was a member of Esquimalt Dockyard Legion Branch for 30 years.
He died in Victoria on 02 Sep She was born in Nanaimo, February 10, , lived on Gabriola Island for many years, and moved to Ladysmith in George, Stanley and Jack; and niece Rosalie Rodway. She is survived by her older sister, Verna Wargo, Extension; five nieces: Lil served as a WREN from She returned to Ladysmith after completing her service and resumed working with the Comox Logging Company now known as Timberwest until she retired.
Lil joined the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch in Ladysmith in and was an active member until her health failed. The family wishes to express our sincere thanks to Margie and the Staff at Arbour House for their devoted care and attention to Lil. He had started to work as a woodworker at the Restmore Manufacturing Company during the summer and liked the money.
He never spoke about his service, but according to his naval records, he joined as a Steward in August, , and was discharged in October as a Leading Steward. After the war, Thomas returned to his job at Restmore until the company closed and he later worked for the Post Office. Tom was a member of legion Branch 26, South Vancouver for many years. He died in Ro advanced to Stoker 1c on 06 Sep Whenever Roy was asked about his service he would become quiet, teary-eyed, and wouldn't or couldn't say a thing about that part of his life.
After he was discharged, Roy moved to Nelson, BC where he became quite successful in the real estate business. Roy died in Jan She passed away in Allan was a Legion member in Vancouver.
Alfred died in John died in Ernie - was born in Vancouver, BC on 03 Oct Ernie was on duty in the North Atlantic when they captured an enemy submarine. He was discharged in with the rank of Petty Officer. Ernie passed away in At the time of the sinking he was an Able Seaman. Only 65 of the member crew survived. He was a member of Legion Branch in Ladysmith for 58 years. Vince died n Lawrence from on.
On one trip, the small boats encountered such fierce storms and high waves that the crew lost sight of the mast tops of the lead ship and it took eighteen hours to reach Pictou, NS. They tied up alongside a lend-lease destroyer from the U.
They went ashore to eat for the first time in a day-and-a-half and were so bedraggled people thought they were shipwreck survivors. He was on convoy duty in the North Atlantic, on patrol n the seas around Britain, the Mediterranean off Africa, and the Murmansk run to Russia in winter where the crew had to chip off the ice formed by waves washing over the ship to prevent the ship from sinking. When the war ended in Europe, Lyle volunteered for service against Japan but the war in the Pacific ended while he was enroute.
He wad discharged in Esquimalt on 08 Jan Lyle died on 24 Nov He and his family came to Canada in when Alex was just five years old. The ship supported the D-Day operation on 06 Jun Alex sailed on Uganda for a goodwill tour after the war, departing Esquimalt in February The ship circumnavigated South America and returned to Esquimalt three months later in May Alex left he Navy in March Alec's service to his country extended beyond his RCN service; he worked for thirty-two years in the Federal Public Service as a Customs Officer until In , Alex added the Centennial Medal to his list of service medals for his "valuable service to the nation.
Beloved husband of Lois. Loving father of Paul and his wife Faye. Dear Poppa of Lindsay. Funeral service in the chapel on Wednesday at 3 p.
John was 15 years old when he joined the RCNVR and had lied about his age so he could enlist - with his father's reluctant permission. His father signed the paperwork to allow him to join. While his service records give his date of birth as 14 Mar , John's family has confirmed his date of birth to be 14 Mar Don attended The Gagetown Grammar School from until when he left school after the Christmas break. He joined the local cadet corps in his area until April when he enlisted in the Royal Canadian Navy.
Don was a very good student and while at school, was considered a very promising young artist. He did many paintings for local people in the village. As well as being a great young artist, he, being an admirer of boats and anything nautical, built several models of boats of all descriptions. Don also followed the directions of his parents, particularly his mother, and attended church regularly.
There is a plaque with his photo hanging in the Parish Hall of the St. John's Anglican Church that served also as the Sunday School acknowledging Don for having a perfect attendance record for 7 yrs. Don also played local sports, namely hockey and softball and because of him being mature for his age, excelled in both.
Don was the eldest of the family and it seemed that every 2 or 3 years, there arrived a new sister. This happened four times and by then he was quite unhappy about the fact that it appeared that he was not to have a brother! He must have said a few prayers during all those years in Sunday School because on January 29th, , his first brother arrived.
My mother told me that he immediately went out to the shed and built me a boat. In April of , Don signed up for the Canadian Navy. He was able to visit his father's relatives in Scotland in the short time he was at sea.
Submitted by John's brother Alex McGibbon. Letter from Lt A. Dear and loving husband to Janet for more than 70 years. Great Grandpa to Justin and Matthew Diguer. He is survived by his sister Marie Galvin. Jack's accomplishments were many. He was a long-standing member of Trinity United Church, Hannon.
He was also a former board member of the Hamilton-Burlington United Way. Many thanks to the wonderfully kind and caring staff at the Villages of Wentworth Heights. He was a navy veteran, life time member of the Hanley Legion, Farmer, avid sports fan, enjoyed reading and travelled extensively. A service of remembrance will be held on Saturday, Jan.
A private family interment of cremated remains will take place at Hanley Cemetery. Beloved husband of the late Mona. Cherished father and father-in-law of Inez and Michael Gloven. Will be sadly missed by his many nieces and nephews, relatives and friends. Shiva to be held at Gailcrest Circle, Thornhill, after 1: Donations may be made to Hill House Hospice , or to a charity of your choice.
The National Post -7 Aug Photo of Edward's Headstone. He was a proud veteran of The Royal Canadian Navy and served overseas for several years. Funeral mass at 10 a. Peter Andrews, for their care and compassion. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Alzheimer Society would be appreciated. After his varied and interesting life, making friends wherever he went, he passed away peacefully surrounded by his family and the magnificent staff at Pioneer Elder Care.
Ivan returned home to St. Catharines at the end of the war and in joined the St. His marksmanship was exemplary and after years on "the beat" he became a Patrol Sergeant, as well as becoming the Firearms Instructor for the Niagara Regional Police Service at the training facility on Cataract Road in Fonthill.
As a police officer he faithfully served the people of St Catharines for 34 years. Together they raised four children and he eventually became the proud Poppa of 10 Grandchildren, 9 Great-Grandchildren and 3 Great-Great Grandchildren.
Ivan will be tremendously missed and remembered by his four children: Ivan also leaves behind his 9 Great Grandchildren: Ivan was an involved citizen in his hometown throughout his life. He was an active member in many Civic organizations, and contributed much to his community through them. Among other positions, Ivan served as the President of the Carribean Club, was an original member and President of the Niagara Twinning Association, formed his own steel band - the Sunburst Steel - and was active in the Frontier Pistol League.
Dad was a Past Executive Member of the St. As recently as last week he received his 40 year pin as one of the longest serving members of the International Police Association. Ivan is predeceased by his brother Alan Chamberlain, Sonja of St. He will be remembered by his brother Earl Chamberlain Joan of St. Ivan will be sadly missed by his family, extended family, many friends and shipmates. He will be remembered forever in our hearts. Details for his Memorial Service will follow at a later date.
Beloved husband o f the late Elinor Veitch. Loving father of James T. Dear brother of the late Florence Edwards of Manitoba. Funeral service will be held at St. George's Church, Allandale on Saturday, August 2nd, at Interment Barrie Union Cemetery. Memorial donations to the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College would be appreciated by the family. Cooper moved to Saint John at the age of 8. He then worked as an orderly at the Saint John General Hospital until his retirement.
He was predeceased by his parents Archibald and Ester Cooper, five sisters and two brothers. The funeral service will be held on Monday at 1 p. Interment in Fernhill Cemetery. Beloved husband of Mary. He played hockey for his school team, and was a centre for the Kapuskasing All Stars. Ernie was a proud veteran of the Royal Canadian Navy.
He enlisted in and served as a jeep driver, training new reserves and as a radar operator until when he left to devote himself to his family. Ernie loved to travel and was always ready to 'hit the road'.
He and his wife Phyllis shared many journeys together over their 59 years of marriage. He especially loved travelling to Naval reunions where he shared good times and 'raised a glass' with his many friends and shipmates over the years. He will be cremated. A celebration of his life will be held at 12 noon on Saturday, December 3, at the C. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Quilts of Valour at www.
He was predeceased by his parents Pietari and Ida, brothers Kauko and Ron twin , son Brian and loving wife of 60 years Doreen. He had a love of hockey supporting the Edmonton Oilers. He and Doreen had a love of cruising — taking many trips globally. Since after the passing of Doreen, Don has clocked up over hours of volunteering at Edmonton General.
He also took up dancing lessons and participated in local competitions. Interment to follow Westlawn Cemetery. The family is sincerely grateful to the staff of Ward 43 Tertiary Palliative Care at the Grey Nuns for their kind, compassionate care in his final days.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to Cross Cancer Centre or charity of your choice. We will miss your smiling face and twinkling blue eyes, Dad. Loving father of Richard and grandfather to Samantha and Brendan, sadly predeceased by daughter Robyn. The Toronto Star 29 Nov CORDONI , Dante 16 Jan - 19 Nov - Dad was a man that touched everyone's lives he came in contact with, known for his wisdom, his diplomacy, his easy laugh, his kindness, his politeness, and of course the toothpicks and spearmint gum in his shirt pocket.
He loved his wife, Margaret, and his kids, grandkids and great grandkids unconditionally, and taught all of us that there was nothing in the world we couldn't accomplish if we wanted it enough. He had a diverse work life, starting out as a gunner in the Canadian navy, then a commercial fisherman, then a welder, then a business agent for the Pile Drivers Union where he fought for worker's rights.
He retired to a life of sport fishing, travelling, and gardening with his best friend mom and now they are together once more. He loved a glass of wine at the end of the day and we will drink to him and remember him for his love, his humour and his favourite saying - "It's a real eye catcher! He is survived by his wife of 58 years Barbara; daughter, Colleen Lody ; son, Bill Corliss ; daughter, Christine Ernie ; grandchildren, Dennis, Michael, Allison and Curtis as well as many relatives and friends who will miss his larger then life personality.
He along with his wife moved from Vancouver to West Kelowna in to enjoy retirement. There they expanded their circle of friends and enjoyed attending the West Kelowna Warriors games and trips to "The Shack".
Bill loved to socialize and was always the life of the party. He will be missed by all. A service to celebrate his life will be held on Wednesday, December 7, at 2: Beloved husband of Betty Ashbourne and father of four: Also survived by sisters- in-law, brothers-in-law and many nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. After the war he married Betty and moved to Stratford to teach Phys Ed at The Stratford Collegiate Vocational Institute now Stratford Central Secondary School and when Stratford Northwestern Secondary School first opened he continued teaching and coaching there, choosing the team colours garnet and grey and the school's mascot, the Husky.
Sports were a central part of Eric's life throughout his youth and adult life. Later he became a Guidance Counsellor. He loved puttering in the gardens of his homestead. Many summers were spent at Kettle Point where he was Captain of Watermanship at The Ipperwash Army Camp during the summers and once retired, became a snowbird spending time with family and friends in Florida. There, he continued to play tennis, golf and cards and enjoy dancing and fishing.
Eric was past President of the Kiwanis Club of Stratford, a member of Avondale United Church and contributed behind the scenes during many election campaigns. The family would like to thank Dr. Thompson and the Spruce Lodge staff who cared for Eric. Friends and relatives are invited to the memorial service at 2 p. Eric's ashes will be spread in God's Holy Acre, St. James United Church, later in the spring.
Donations may be made through the funeral home to The Alzheimer Society of Perth County and to Spruce Lodge, specifically for their gardens which he often enjoyed. Bruce was predeceased by wife Sandy , and his siblings Jim and Edith. Born in Calgary, Bruce was raised in the Drumheller Valley until his late teens. He joined the Navy in and served a 5-year hitch.
After being discharged in , he moved to southern Ontario and began his manufacturing career with Hamilton Steel eventually North American Rockwell. He married his wife, Sandy, in and soon after they started their family with the arrival of the first of three daughters later that year. Growing homesick, Bruce moved his family to Calgary in , where he continued manufacturing springs with Standens until his retirement in The family would like to thank the staff at the Peter Lougheed Hospital for their excellent care of Bruce this past year.
In lieu of flowers or gifts, the family respectfully requests that donations be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association or the MS Society of Canada. The Calgary Herald 05 Dec Chuck was born in Nanton, AB, and spent his early life on the farm with his parents Charlie and Daisy, and his eleven siblings.
Chuck's life journeys were highlighted by serving in the Royal Canadian Navy during WWII, and meeting and marrying Phyllis; the two of them embarking on a 69 years long loving relationship together. All that knew Chuck knew that he enjoyed a good laugh; more so, he loved making others laugh and he was good at it! The only thing he loved more was his family. Well, back at ya Chuck! Chuck leaves behind his loving wife, Phyllis; daughter and son-in-law, Joyce and Peter Bourassa; son and daughter-in-law, Doug and Sandra Waddell; his two grandchildren, Darrin Baker Pam and Kendra Baker Larry ; along with numerous great-grandchildren, nephews, nieces and friends.
Chuck was predeceased by his parents, Charlie and Daisy; his son, Kenneth; as well as many of his siblings. Condolences may be forwarded through www. Cherished husband of Lela "Lee" nee Budreau for 62 years. Proud papa of Brittney, Laura and fiance Joe. Dear brother- in-law of Larry and Linda Budreau. Reunited with his parents, Arthur and Maria Zurkan and his 7 siblings. Survived by many nieces and nephews. In , he moved his family from Kenora to Windsor, where he owned and operated Play Mor Billiards until his retirement.
Ernie was an avid sports fan, enjoyed his time at the race track and playing pepper with his friends. If you so desire, donations made to Hospice of Windsor would be appreciated by the family. A special thanks to Dr. Jhawar, Jennifer, and Hospice of Windsor for all their compassionate care.
Memorial visiting Monday from 10 a. John Gillis Memorial Lodge. Funeral Service to be held on Sunday, September 28, , at 2: Interment to take place in the Church Cemetery. Donations to Belfast Cemetery or Gillis Lodge would be appreciated.
He is survived by his wife Shirley and long time friend Marilyn Mensforth. Robin was predeceased by his mother and father and one sister Audrey. Robin was born in and raised in Winnipeg. He and his wife, Shirley, resided for many years in the Transcona area. He worked for the CNR for 42 years. Robin and Shirley spent many winters in Florida, where they met many wonderful people with whom they became friends. In later years, Robin and Shirley took up golf as a means of recreation.
They enjoyed this sport for many years. We would like to thank the doctors and staff of Concordia Hospital for their care and concern of Robin. North, on Friday, Jan. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. He has been a resident of Lewis County since He completed high school in Victoria, BC, then enlisted in the Royal Canadian Navy, serving as a radar technician on a mine sweeper that participated in the invasion of Normandy.
After completing his schooling, they moved to Seattle, WA where he worked as a golf pro for 10 years, prior to settling in Centralia A man of strong convictions, he took an active interest in his community, school boards and in local politics. He was accessible to people needing business or personal advice.
He enjoyed fishing, golf, and gardening. He was preceded in death by his brother, Clem. Cremation arrangements are under the care and direction of Newell-Hoerling's Mortuary in Centralia. A Memorial gathering will be scheduled at a later date, and at his wish, his cremated remains will be scattered at sea. The Chronicle, Lewis County, Washington. He was predeceased by wife of 69 years, Muriel and his daughter, Helen Armitage; sister, Doreen Armitage.
He is also survived by his sister, Bessie and his nieces and nephews in Huddersfield. Following his service, he transferred to the Queen's Own Life Guards Regiment and continued his music career in the band. He ended his military career in and began teaching music in the Dartmouth school system. He introduced the instrumental music program at Prince Andrew High School. He worked with the Dartmouth Senior Centre and St.
Luke's Anglican Church choir. He also worked with the Kiwanis Music Festival and would adjudicate at festivals throughout the region. Few Nova Scotians have contributed more to music in the region as a player, adjudicator, conductor and teacher. Cremation has taken place.
A memorial service to celebrate Jack's life will be held at 2 p. Luke's Anglican Church, 9 Veterans Ave. Reception to follow in the church. Interment in Dartmouth Memorial Gardens to take place at a later date. Memorial donations may be made to St. He was a son of John Arthur and Monica Deloughery , deceased. He was educated in Ottawa and Eganville, Ont. In April he married the love of his life, Shirley Kelly, who predeceased him in May of Next came a tour in Whitehorse with a six-month side trip to Alert, N.
In he was employed with Canada Post in Greenwood where he finally retired in He was a proud sponsor of World Vision and contributed much to many charities. Visitation will be held p. Funeral service will be held 11 a. Interment will be in St. A reception for family and friends will follow in the Kingston Legion. By request, family flowers only.
Grampie leaves behind 31 grandchildren and 17 greatgrandchildren. Affectionately known as DoDo, our Dad lived a long and very productive life.
He managed his affairs based on hard work, honesty and having faith in Catholicism. To reinforce his deep faith one of his favorite saying was 'God bless you'. He was a man of solid principles and values in life and he always encouraged us to do better. His intellect was keen and he was a strong advocate of the value of education. Dad had instilled in all of us that family came first and that hard work would never hurt anyone. Dad participated in public service virtually all his life; first through military service in the Royal Canadian Navy onboard HMCS Chebogue, then as Captain on the car ferries that plied the Strait of Canso.
When the ferries stopped operating, Dad spent the next 27 years working for the Department of Highways at the Canso Causeway Tolls where he retired as a Supervisor. Although Dad retired from his day job, he continued to fish lobster until he was Funeral mass will be in St.
Family flowers only please. Memorial donations can be made to Mulgrave and Area Resting Place or a charity of your choice. A debt of gratitude is expressed and extended to all caregivers, especially the folks from Continuing Care that helped make Dad's latter days comfortable and dignified. A special thank you to the Palliative Care Team of Dr. Philip Cooper and his family physician, Dr. When war was declared in , Bill was one of a small number of trained and experienced naval officers.
The Chilliwack then served on convoy escort duty in the Atlantic on the famous "Triangle Run. He passed away on Oct 28, at Mayne Island. Cliff, a local Burnaby boy, was soon off to Esquimalt for training as a telegrapher. With the end of the war in Europe, Cliff awaited a possible assignment to the Pacific Theatre but a critical family illness prompted a compassionate leave and Cliff returned home.
While attending to his family, the war ended. Cliff went on to enjoy a happy and successful life in business and the community. He married Mary, a nurse whom he met in Esquimalt during training, and for the next sixty years were together raising four children and enjoying their seven grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. He came to Powell River in August and worked on the wharf at the mill until he retired in He served 33 years in the Royal Canadian Navy.
He loved working on cars and would often help anyone he saw stranded on the roadside. He could repair anything that had a plug, but was most passionate about his Ford Mustang, a car he owned for 48 years. He was often seen working on it in his front driveway, and made friends with many people who stopped for a closer look. John gave to several local charities.