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He utilised some of the early research carried out by the Hungarian inventor Tihanyi to produce the first version of his Iconoscope camera. In the 18th century English gardens and French landscape gardening often featured Roman temples, which symbolized classical virtues or ideals. During this time in 'The Ville', Jack had his first encounters with Grand Lake outside of Fredericton and fell in love with the place. Apart from anything, this meant that its use on outside broadcasts would be a challenge to say the least. She is represented by The Approach, London. Selected group exhibitions include: She was associate editor of American Writing:

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Mike Carkner for his care and attention to dad. In Vancouver, a Celebration of Life for family and friends will be held on November 19th. In Lieu of flowers, a donation to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated. The Times Colonist 05 Oct John retired as a member of the Saskatchewan Commissionaires Corp with over twenty-five years. John was predeceased by his father Stanley Piasecki and mother Angeline Piasecki.

Survived by his sister Vicki Welsh and brother-in-law Bernie Welsh. Memorial donations can be made in lieu of flowers to your local Humane Society. In living memory of John, a memorial tree planting will be made by W. The Regina Leader-Post 03 Oct Fred was preceded in death by his siblings, his beloved wife Kay and daughter Leigh Susan Hobson. In keeping with Fred's wishes, there will be no funeral service.

Interment in Lavender Cemetery, Creemore, Ontario will be private. V9B2S1 would be appreciated. The Times Colonist 06 Oct Stationed in Esquimalt he met the love of his life Delores Waddell and settled in to start a family. Lew took an apprenticeship as an electrician, a proud IBEW Local member traveling throughout BC working many large industrial projects. Lew was instrumental in the success of the Alano Club of Victoria as a director for twenty years.

Many thanks go out to the staff at Kiwanis Pavilion. There will be a small funeral for family and close friends at Hatley Memorial Gardens Friday, October 7th at 2: Retiring in , he moved to Victoria BC. He learned computer programming, and worked for the BC government for 12 years. John is survived by Ritha, his wife of 54 years; sister, Liz: Jane Tyler pre-deceased , James, and Jonathan Tracy ; and 8 grandchildren. Thank-you to Broadmead Lodge where John attended for many years. He had the best of care, and attended 3 or 4 times a week.

This statue is sitting on a bench near the Homecoming statue in the Inner Harbour. The committal of his ashes to the sea will be done by the Royal Canadian Navy. Business attire dress code. Bring your thoughts, memories, and stories to share. We will have some of our own The Victoria Times Colonist 08 Oct Adieu to Betty and Danny and to my five nieces and four nephews.

Predeceased by my parents Dr. My body is donated to the University of Ottawa. October 15 at the Bethany Hope Centre. For inquiries regarding the gathering, call In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to The Salvation Army or May Court Hospice, or any charity of the donor's choice. He passed away peacefully with his family by his side on October 5, at the age of Bob was predeceased by his wife of 58 years Nita Pearl Underhill.

Bob left high school early to enter WWII. He joined the Royal Canadian Navy and spent most of his time guarding convoys on a corvette until the end of the war. After the war he returned to Calgary, his birthplace, and then attended the University of Alberta obtaining his degree in Electrical Engineering. In Bob married Juanita Pearl Crozier.

They had a son Bruce and a daughter Joy and Bob enjoyed a successful career as an electrical engineer. Some of his hobbies were painting, cross country skiing, gardening, Skyline Hiking and travelling.

Bob's greatest enjoyment was his family and his sense of humour was enjoyed and loved by all. Bob's family would like to express their great thanks to the staff of the Kipnes Centre for Veterans for all their wonderful care and compassion. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, October 22, at 1: Born in Bridgeburg, Ontario on January 29, Mr. Learn was self-employed as a carpenter. He was a member of St. Simon Arsenault of Scarborough and Brenda Mrs. Father Ken Cardwell officiated the funeral service held at 11 a.

Interment was in McAffee Cemetery. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his first wife, Jeanette in and several brothers and sisters. Donations made to The Canadian Cancer Society would be greatly appreciated by the family. Death of Jack Metcalfe, teacher counsellor. Metcalfe was a real English schoolmaster interested in his pupils and his subjects. He has given a great deal to the youth of this community because of his background and his knowledge of human nature.

He had a degree in law, graduating from Osgoode Hall in and as a Canadian Navy lad he rose in the ranks from ordinary seaman he enlisted in October, to Lieutenant Commander. All these experiences had made him a fine teacher and counsellor. Before graduating in law, Mr. Metcalfe received his B. In having decided that teaching was his forte rather than law, he went to Ontario Teachers' College specializing in English and history.

He Came to Amherstburg that year. He will be missed in this community along with his capabilities mentioned above. Metcalfe had a gift of building things not only his house but at present a boat. He was generous with his knowledge and advise when asked as a lawyer, a teacher, a navy veteran or in his carpentry hobby field. He, who was 57, was born in Kingston on Thames in England, a son of the late Dr. He was step-son of Mrs.

Kathleen Metcalfe of Ottawa and step-brother of Donald F. Philip of Brockville and Mr. Rene Monroe of Ottawa. The funeral was conducted by Rev. Ashby in Christ Church on Tuesday morning. Burial was in Rose Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were active, Edgar Scrutton, Gerry St. At the same time Anne's Veteran's Hospital on October 3, Predeceased by beloved wife Vivian Pillage and all his brothers and sisters.

He leaves to mourn his loving son Rod and caring daughter-in-law Marie Jocelyne, his cherished granddaughters Melissa Gregor , Vanessa Craig and most adorable great- grandchildren, Emilia, Willow, Brayden, and Mason. As well as all his nieces, nephews, their families and all his long time buddies. Arthur worked at Canadian National Railway for 42 years. Our family would like to express our gratitude and special thank you to the dedicated nurses of the 14th floor and Physiotherapy group.

Thank you to the doctors, staff and many volunteers for their caring and devoted services. Anne's Hospital Foundation would be appreciated. Beloved husband of the late Margaret who predeceased him on April 28, Proud father of Michael Grace and Julia Dublin. Dear grandfather of Myles, who predeceased him September 3, , and Brianna. Ed is also survived by his former daughter-in-law and cherished friend, Debra.

Ed was also an author with six published books to his credit. He was especially proud of his association with The Royal Canadian Regiment. He was employed with Customs and Excise in Halifax. He is survived by his wife, the former Bernice Macolopolous; a daughter, Heather Mrs.

John DeSaulniers , Halifax; and three grandchildren. He was predeceased by a son, Jack and a brother, Donald. The body is at the family home in Lower Five Island's. Funeral service will be Saturday at 2 p. Burial will be in Five Island's Cemetery. He received his early education at a little one room schoolhouse in Shediac Cape, New Brunswick.

During these early years he spent many happy hours on his grandfather's farm, helping with the chores; and where he learned many important life skills. In , he graduated from Shediac High School at which he was class valedictorian. He was employed for a short time in the general office at the T. He served aboard a corvette, the H. Snowberry, as a coder, until the end of WWII. Most of this time was spent on convoy escort duties during the Battle of the Atlantic.

He was employed for several years as a pharmaceutical representative, then for many years as a chemist with Canada Cement, which involved transfers to various plant locations in Canada.

Returning to the Maritimes, he eventually was employed, until his retirement, as an employment counselor with the federal government. He is survived by two daughters, Debra McKeown of St.

He enjoyed reading, golfing with his brothers, fly fishing with his brothers at their fishing lodge in northern, New Brunswick, and watching his favourite hockey team, the Toronto Maple Leafs on television.

Although his employment took him to different locations in Canada, he still maintained a lifetime membership with the Shediac Bay Community Church and keenly supported its welfare and witness. He was also very active in his wives' churches; St. He enjoyed helping others; improving their day.

He saw the positive in all circumstances and had many joys in life, the greatest of which was the joy of his faith and the pride, love and joy of his family. Heartfelt thanks are extended at this time to the staff of Parkland at the Lakes in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia and also the staff of 5 West of the Camp Hill Memorial Building, Halifax, Nova Scotia, who have provided Harry with loving care and attention, adding greatly to his independence, contentment and quality of life during his later years.

A memorial service in celebration of Harry's life will be held on Friday, October 21, at 2 p. A reception will follow. Although taken too soon, he was dearly loved and will be remembered for having a life well lived. Thom is survived by his partner and wife of the past 36 years Tanis, his children, Cable, Carrie, Jason and Meagan Tommy , 12 grandchildren, mother in law Fran and extended family and friends in Canada and the U. Thom was born in Ottawa and caught the travel bug at an early age.

Thom treasured his naval adventures, sharing his stories many times over to everyone and found peace in sailing the seas. After leaving the Navy, Thom worked as a heavy duty mechanic with Caterpillar and then began his own business hauling sod and clearing snow in Ottawa.

Thom then took up long distance trucking in his Kenworth, working out of Alberta. Together they grew the business into a successful venture with many buildings in Winnipeg and Manitoba serving as a legacy of his hard work. Sail on Thom, Sail on. A Memorial Service will take place on Thursday, October 20, at 2: After a very courageous battle with cancer our dad passed away peacefully at home on Monday, October 10, At the age of 18 he joined the Royal Canadian Navy, moved to Halifax where he met the love of his life, our mom, Betty who he is now reunited with.

Lawrence was a quiet gentle man. He enjoyed camping, bowling and playing golf. Lawrence was a fan of the Boston Red Sox. Lawrence was a Veteran of the Second World War. He enlisted in the Navy in and spent time on a Mine Sweeper. While still in service, he went to Alberta and trained sea cadets. After the war he became a firefighter for the Department of National Defense.

Lawrence worked there for thirty years. He is survived by his sister, Athena Beauford Mader and brother, Kenneth Isabelle , one granddaughter and one great granddaughter. Visitation will be p. Interment will take place in the Mount Pleasant Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of the H. At the age of 18, he enlisted in the Royal Canadian Navy and began a 37 year career being posted from Coast to Coast, both on sea and land.

At the age of 23, he married his soul mate, and was predeceased by his loving wife, Margaret Cavell Lowe Hecimovich. In addition, Joe was instrumental in the development of the C. He was an avid curler and went on to enjoy being the Co-Chairman of the Brier in Halifax. He and his wife followed the Brier for many years traveling from one end of Canada to the other until he retired in when he then enjoyed the snowbird life in Florida for 10 years. Survived by son, Steven Ms.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or a charity of choice. Percy then pursued a variety of vocations in the private sector. He was predeceased by his parents; brother, Ronald, and his youngest son, Gary. Special thanks to the nurses at Twin Oaks Memorial Hospital. Visitation will take place on Thursday, October 6 from p. Funeral Service will take place in St. Thomas Anglican Church, Musquodoboit Harbour at 11 a.

A Reception will follow in Petpeswick Yacht Club. Born in Simcoe, Ont. Predeceased by his wife, Elizabeth 'Betty' Lofgren. He was an avid bowler, lawn bowled, played pool and snooker. He was a member of Somme Branch Legion. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to the charity of your choice. He was born on a farm in St. Camille de Wolfe, Que.

Gerry married Mary Faulkner in in Rivers, Man. They moved to Nova Scotia in , where they became a fixture on Ross Road. He proudly served in the Korean War, and peacekeeping missions to the Congo and Cyprus. After his military service, Gerry worked at Bluenose Woodworkers for 17 years, allowing him to spend time on his passion of building things. Gerry spent his time raising his children, woodworking, fixing up the house and yard, collecting badges, and spoiling his cats and dogs.

His dedication, selflessness, hard work and love of family will be remembered by all who knew him. He was predeceased by his sisters, Jeannine Morin and Lise Raleigh. Interment to follow at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Canadian Cancer Society. He worked as a painter at St.

Joseph's Hospital until he retired in George married his beautiful bride, Doris Bourgeois, in and together they raised six children. He was predeceased by her in He had numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. A Memorial service will be held Monday, October 17, from 6: Vigil Prayers will be offered at 6: Thank you to the staff of Pinewood Court, Sandpiper, for making Dad feel comfortable and at home during the past few years.

Loving husband of Evelyn nee Tsui for 42 years. Father of Steven and Ryan Pemberton. He will be remembered for his signature Sir Pemberton's Sauces and Spices. Ben was also a proud Naval Reservist at H. If you so desire, donations made to the Nathan T. Deslippe Memorial Fund www.

Visiting Tuesday from Interment Heavenly Rest Cemetery. The Windsor Star 15 Oct Clyde was a long time resident of Calgary, spending over 40 years in the food sales industry. He was active in the Alberta Progressive Conservative Party, serving on several government committees.

Additionally he had a long-time involvement with the Calgary Stampede and a host of other community organizations. Clyde received many accolades for these efforts, including the Queen's Diamond Jubilee medal as well as citations from several Alberta Premier's and the Canadian Prime Minister.

He was predeceased by his wife of 67 years, Ruth. He is survived by his son, Robert and daughter-in-law, Gillian. In keeping with Clyde's wishes, no funeral service will be held. If friends so desire, donations may be made in the donor's choice of charity. The Calgary Herald 14 Oct Born April 30th, in Riverton, Manitoba, Cliff was very proud of his roots on the farm and his Icelandic heritage. Cliff was a medic in the Royal Canadian Navy and later became a pharmaceutical rep.

He will always be remembered for his positive attitude through all challenges and his unforgettable sense of humour. Cliff leaves behind his wife, best friend, and soul mate Barbara, daughters Sharleen Mike and Shannon, sons Scott and Paul, his children by marriage Jason Sonya , Jordan Dawn , and Shannon, many grandchildren and great grandchildren, as well as siblings, Elma, Leonard, Melvin, Arlene, and Don.

Predeceased by oldest brother Laurence. The Victoria Times Colonist 14 Oct Ken was born in Saskatoon and raised in Lloydminster. He will be greatly missed for his wisdom, his correction of our grammar and his humour! Remember, life is a two way street No service by request. The Vancouver Sun 15 Oct Within a few months the family moved back to Ottawa where Shanly became a successful real estate broker.

Not long after war broke out, Fred was loaned to the Royal Navy and volunteered for the submarine service. After serving with distinction in the North Sea and the Mediterranean, he was given command of a submarine and completed several successful patrols in the Far East.

In he met Mary Clarke, a Wren officer stationed in Colombo, Ceylon and two years later they were married. The couple settled in Ottawa where they raised their family and Fred eventually became a partner in E.

Fred was imbued with a good-natured sense of humour. He is remembered as a devoted, kind husband, a loving father, a doting grandfather, and a gentle great-grandfather. Our family is deeply grateful to the staff of the Edinburgh Retirement Residence for their consistent kindness and care over the past several years.

Memorial service to be held at The Church of St. Bartholomew, MacKay Street, Ottawa at Light refreshments will be served in the Church hall following the service. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the charity of your choice. The Ottawa Citizen 17 May Clint was a member of the Canadian Armed Forces Navy for 25 years, joining in He later served as a submariner aboard the Ojibwa, Okanagan and Onondaga, finishing his distinguished career.

He was one of the first African Canadians to serve aboard a submarine and was the first black coach of a military football team for Stadacona and the Fleet Club. He was actively involved in many sports such as football, baseball, darts, pool, softball and hockey and was inducted into the Nova Scotia Sports Hall of Fame. Clint comes from one of the oldest musical families in Nova Scotia and played many musical instruments.

He was a member of the Police Boys Club and was an excellent singer. Clint was truly a special person who touched the lives of all he knew in a very special way. He will be sadly missed and remembered by his family and many close friends.

A special thanks to Pastor and friend, Rev. Lionel Moriah for his strength during our trying times. Visitation will be , p. Funeral service will be held 2 p. Burial will be in Dartmouth Memorial Gardens. Repast to follow in Atlantic Funeral Home, Dartmouth.

Born near Windsor, Ont. Tom had a distinguished career in the Royal Canadian Navy from to He was a man of many talents - fine cabinetry, wood carving, painting and dancing, and he could fix almost anything. Travel was another of Tom's passions and he and Janet were true "shunpikers". In their old camper van, they crossed the USA and Canada, twice to Alaska, once to the Northwest Territories, traveling the back roads whenever possible.

Together they explored the towns and villages of all four Atlantic provinces. The family will receive visitors in J. Snow Funeral Home on Wednesday, December 27, from and p. There will be a reception and tributes in the funeral home on Thursday, December 28, at 2 p.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Prostate Cancer Research Foundation of Canada. Amherstburg lost one of its most colorful figures and leading citizens Tuesday morning in the death of Captain J. Death was due to complications that followed a kidney ailment. He became ill early Sunday morning and was taken to the hospital via ambulance later in the day. Captain McQueen gained an enviable reputation by his 'know-how' in marine salvage work and his firm McQueen Marine Limited gained a reputation up and down the Great Lakes for being able to do the impossible.

During his career as head of his company he guided some of the most important salvage jobs on the Lakes which included the raising of the passenger ship Tashmoo at the Brunner Mond Canada, Limited dock in Amherstburg, removing the sunken tanker Hydro from the Cleveland Harbor, raising the large Boland and Connelius freighter George F.

Rand off Port Huron and the salvaging of the German freighter Wallschiff from the channel off Sarnia. At that time he was awarded the contract for servicing the channel buoys from Pointe Pelee to Windsor. He still held this contract at the time of his death. His first tug was the Max L. In latter years he gained considerable fame for the ice-breaking activities of his tugs and these were started with the Max L. After the Max L. Still later he designed and had built for his company the Atomic which proved to be one of the best all-around tugs on the Great Lakes.

He spent a good deal of time at the shipyards at Owen Sound while she was on the ways directing every last detail as to her construction. It was Captain McQueen's personality and drive that was responsible for the carrying on of the races staged by the International Tugboat Racing Association, and his tug Atomic won this classic international event more than any other tug. He gained an ambition last summer when he brought the race to Amherstburg when it was held in connection with the celebration that marked the beginning of the multi-million dollar project of deepening the connection channels in the Great Lakes.

He headed the important parade and tugboat race committee of that international event. In January , he disposed of his marine contracting business however, he remained as chairman of the board and in an advisory position.

At the outbreak of that war he enlisted as a trooper in the Seventh Canadian Mounted Rifles and went overseas with his friends from Amherstburg. After active service he transferred tot he Royal Navy where he remained until after the end of hostilities.

He served with distinction at the memorable Battle of the Zeebrugge on the Belgian Coast. Here British ships and their crews displaying unforgetable heroism sank old ships, filled with concrete, to block exit from a busy submarine base.

After the ships were sunk the crew members climbed up on the moll and were taken off by small British ships, one of which was under the command of Captain McQueen. He gained the rank of full commander. In this position he displayed fine leadership. Captain McQueen was born in Kingsville. His parents resided on Pelee Island but his mother was brought from the island across the ice to Kingsville for the birth of her child during bitter January weather. He came to Amherstburg to live when still a boy, when his parents moved here.

His father Captain John McQueen was well known along the Amherstburg waterfront as a capable skipper. In spite of his busy marine life Captain McQueen took time to take part in community service. He was known and worshiped by every youngster in town. Captain McQueen loved Amherstburg and through his efforts the town got a lot of international publicity. Many men in high positions came to know and love Amherstburg through their association with Captain McQueen.

It was Captain McQueen's lifelong ambition to have his own yacht. First he purchased the Priscilla that was wrecked several year ago in Lake Huron. He then designed and supervised the building of the Sheltie on which he and Mrs. McQueen lived all summer. The yacht was moored in from of their property on Dalhousie Street South. Besides his wife and mother, mentioned above, he is survived by two brothers and two sisters. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 1.

Lovingly survived by his wife Barbara and his children: Fondly remembered by his nieces and grandchildren. Let your soul and spirits fly into the mystic.

In our hearts always and forever. In lieu of flowers, donations to University of Toronto Soldiers' Tower Restoration Fund would be appreciated by the family. He was predeceased by his parents Theodore and Ruth Mikolas. Kars East of Hwy on Monday, October 16th from 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 p.

Funeral Service will be held in the chapel on Tuesday, October 17th at 2 p. Those wishing may make memorial donations to the Palliative Outreach Program, Canadian Cancer Society, or the charity of their choice. The Ottawa Citizen 14 Oct At the age of 19, he had a motor bike accident and one of his legs had to be amputated just below the knee. He spent a year in hospital then and always walked with a limp after that.

He had a "tin leg" which was uncomfortable and never enjoyed walking or swimming again. His "tin leg" did not stop him from serving his country and Edward joined the Royal Navy and attended the naval training college at HMS Worcester.

It was in Canada that he met Helen Douglas and they were married in December 23, He had a small tug, Transport 3 at his disposal. In he moved to Prescott, Ontario to a similar post, and a couple of years later to Prince Rupert, British Columbia.

There he was able to acquire a helicopter, with floats, to enable it to land on water, in order to visit lighthouses. After retiring he returned to England, where he died in the fall of Bob will be lovingly remembered by his wife Anna of 57 years and his two children Derrick Tamsin and Calvin Christine.

Bob will be fondly remembered by his three grandchildren Yma, Martin and Carson. Bob and Anna were married in Musquodoboit Harbour, N. S on May 30th, Bob proudly led the expansion of TMA across Canada. In , at the age of 55, Bob retired from TMA to enjoy more time with family and friends. Bob had a deep passion for the ocean. At Bob's request there will not be a funeral or visitation. The family would also like to express their thanks to CST. Bob was in his th year. His marriage to Libbie was one of great happiness.

Their love was a source of strength to our blended family which has been a truly loving experience for all. Great-grandchildren Declan, Callum, Adelaide and Benjamin are also saddened by his passing. After a distinguished year career with the Robert Simpson Co.

Friendships made there have lasted a lifetime. The family extends its sincere thanks to the staff at St. Joseph's Health Centre for their excellent care.

An interment with follow up reception will be held at a time to be announced. If desired, donations to the Ontario Friends of Schizophrenics or the Alzheimer Society would be appreciated. The Toronto Star 19 Oct Vic was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

After five years and many ports of call, he knew the west coast would become his home. Vic lived an interesting life. Although quite young, he remembered riding in trucks and jeeps driven by the base officers.

While there he worked with other military personnel to intercept and interpret what was called Cold War 'signal intelligence'. After ending his service, Vic returned to Winnipeg where he convinced his mother and stepfather Herbert Bert Metcalf to move with him and his young family to Vancouver.

Both during his tenure and after his retirement in , he worked with the BC Teacher's Federation BCTF engaged in conflict resolution and peer support across the province. He was very proud of this work and was highly regarded by both clients and colleagues. He believed in giving back to the community. His early community service included coaching little league baseball and hockey teams; however, his love for education and community guided him into political activity, eventually running for and being elected as School Board trustee Vancouver Island North to and as trustee for the Sointula Waterworks Improvement District A lover of the arts: Galleries - Live jazz and blues, and Indigenous creations.

He loved red wine; books; gardens. He loved building and renovating — he and his wife Sandra built a beautiful waterfront home in Sointula on Malcolm Island as well as a vacation home in Bahia Asuncion, Baja, California, prior to returning to the lower mainland in Victor loved his family.

A celebration of life will be hosted for family and friends on October 29 from 2: Suite Braid St. In lieu of flowers a donation to the BC Cancer Foundation would be appreciated. After joining the Navy in , he returned to Winnipeg in where he met Lillian, and ten months later they were married on October 11, Together Bob and Lil raised three children.

On September 15, , Bob started a new life within the fellowship of A. Dedication and commitment to the A. The family wishes to thank Dr. Bob's funeral service will be held Friday, October 21, at 2: Interment will take place in Winnipeg at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations to Regina Wascana Grace Hospice are respectfully requested. Burton proudly served his country by joining the Canadian Forces in Burton travelled the world during his career and wanted to share the travel bug with his number one priority in life, his wife Cindy.

They enjoyed many trips together and loved taking their yearly trip down south where Burton enjoyed wearing his flashy Hawaiian shirts and relaxing in a lounge chair while sipping his favourite beverages.

Burton was an honest, kind, compassionate person who could annoy you one minute and make you laugh the next. Burton fought his cancer head on and surrounded himself with only positive family and friends. He remained positive and optimistic to the bitter end by focusing on the future and not the past. He never gave up hope and provided comfort to others who were also receiving chemotherapy treatments. His family extends a huge thank you to all the nurses on the 11th Floor at the Dickson Centre who provided top notch health care during his two rounds of chemotherapy and also to Dr.

Mark Walsh and Dr. Nathan Lamond at the QE II who never sugared-coated his diagnosis and always remained positive and kept Burton's best interest in mind. Also thank you to Dr. Swift at CFB Halifax who Burton often spoke fondly of and considered him not only his doctor but friend.

He also leaves behind his children Liam and Molly, United Kingdom. He leaves behind his sisters and brothers: He is predeceased by brothers Ray and Steven and sister Wendy. A funeral service will take place at J. Cherished husband of Jeannine.

Devoted father to John Betty. Dear grandfather to Patrick. Predeceased by his brothers George and Donald. Fondly remembered by his extended family, nieces, nephews and friends. An original member and instructor of the Ottawa Police Underwater Squad. Former member of the Cameron Highlanders Pipes and Drums. Ottawa, ON , on Tuesday March 3, from and pm. Funeral Service to be held in the chapel on Wednesday March 4, at 11 am. Interment to take place at St. Bernard's Cemetery in spring.

The Ottawa Citizen 28 Feb He was predeceased by his son, Donald Moors in age 19 , and his daughter Valerie Cheng in age He was also predeceased by his parents Gwendoline and Walter, brothers Arthur and Lloyd, and sister Helen.

He is also going to be missed by his grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and friends. Dave was born in Winnipeg on January 11, and grew up on the family farm in Sanford, Manitoba. He would often reflect on those early years. He cherished the memories and always had a story to tell of farm life with his family. In he joined the Royal Canadian Navy and was trained as a Torpedoman. He would often remind us of a short assignment operating a crane at Lombard Place, Portage and Main.

While in Seven Sisters he met his one and only, Joy Craig. Their courtship included lots of dancing. They married in in Seven Sisters and they later moved to Dad's hometown of Sanford eventually settling in Transcona where they remained in their home for 56 years. After a lengthy stay at Seven Oaks Hospital Dad was able to be reunited with Mum in May of this year living in the same unit at Middlechurch home.

He loved going to the cottage, fishing, gardening, but mostly cherished special times with family. He loved to travel and took the family on many ventures and in retirement he travelled to many destinations with Mum.

Dad was very thankful for the staff at Seven Oaks especially "David's Girls", he was also sincerely grateful for the outstanding care and compassion shown to him and his family by all the staff at Middlechurch Home. He earned the reputation of being a kind and gentle man. In lieu of flowers, if friends so desire, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society Bladder.

A funeral service will be held on Wednesday, October 26, at Close in our hearts you will always stay. Loved and remembered every day. Funeral Arrangements in Care of: Ken retired after 40 years of employment at Vancouver Pile Driving. A small private Celebration of Life will be held at a later date with family in Alberta. In the early hours of October 17, Don passed away with his wife, Ruth, at his side.

He will be greatly missed by Ruth; his children: Cheryll Geoff and Jonathon Nicole ; his grandchildren: Angellana and Austin; his honorary grandchildren: Chloe, Jeffrey, Maria and Isabelle; and the many friends that Don made wherever he went. At the age of 17 Don joined the Navy and shipped off for great adventures. In , Don and Ruth met at the Montgomery legion sparking a love affair that spanned more than 35 years. Don was an avid outdoorsman, loved to play crib with his brother, made the best meatloaf in the world and taught his granddaughter, Tatum, the fine art of garage sale'ing.

Don was described as a big teddy bear that brightened the day of everyone he met. At the celebration, friends will be given the opportunity to share stories and their memories of Don. In lieu of tributes, donations may be made to the Kingsway Legion Branch Cave for their wonderful care and treatment of Don.

The Edmonton Journal 22 Oct Amphialos from their sinking ship by HMCS Athabaskan, Able Seaman Patterson, in his capacity as a ship's diver, dived overboard to the aid of a survivor in the water about 70 feet from the ship, and by his efforts, was largely responsible for bringing the man safely aboard.

The seas at the time were running from 10 to 14 feet. Throughout the whole of the rescue operation, this man displayed personal courage and skill of a high order. He proudly served his country in the Royal Canadian Navy 8 years and was a proud Canadian Legion member for 71 years.

On returning from the war, he worked in a bush camp where he met the love of his life, Mary Fairall, a camp cookie. They were married in August and were happily together for 64 years. Harry was predeceased by his parents, his loving wife Mary, his eldest grandson Kevin Kupper and by his brother Ron.

He is survived by: Harry had 3 loves; his family, food and sports. He coached baseball in his younger years and continued to enjoy spending time with Brian and his grandsons at Blue Jay games. He built skating rinks for his children, later his grandchildren, and many happy hours were spent outside.

He also liked to attend the Ice Dog games in Dryden. He has since resided with his daughter Bev in Waldhof. Poppy, as he was affectionately known, enjoyed his past winters in Arizona, Florida and Victoria with his children. Poppy always had snacks for his grand-dogs and a truck full of treats for all the dogs in town. Harry was proudly affiliated with the Masons for 67 years. Poppy attended all the luncheons in the area, enjoying fish fries, turkey dinners and breakfasts. He was a generous man who supported all local endeavours, especially those involving children's activities.

His infectious laugh could be easily heard throughout a crowded room. A celebration of Poppy's life will be held on Monday, October 24, at 11 a. Interment will be in the Waldhof Cemetery. Danny served in the Royal Canadian Navy from A celebration of Danny's life will be held in Spring in Ottawa.

A graveside service will be held in Dartmouth Memorial Gardens in Summer He was born September 30th, in Gravelbourg, Sask. He is survived by his brothers, Arthur and Keith; and his sister, Evelyn. He was married for 30 years divorced to Betty Ryan of Dartmouth and has three children: Larry began his life on the farm in Gravelbourg, Sask.

Larry was an entrepreneur owning several businesses throughout his life including Mr. One of his favorite positions was when he worked as Regional Sales Manager for Universal Warranty traveling throughout the Atlantic Provinces. Larry was also a Social Services Care Provider and worked at home taking in and providing care for several people with disabilities.

He was very happy in his last job working in the Canadian Corps of Commissionaires as security at Halifax International Airport. He was a year member of the Royal Canadian Legion. He never realized his lifelong dream of becoming a lawyer, but he was very happy to enact the dream numerous times in court for several speeding violations. Larry will be lovingly remembered for his great humour, the best conversations, and for his generosity and kindness.

He loved to make people laugh and was known for great pranks and jokes. He made people feel very comfortable and it was so easy to talk to him about anything. With a lawyer-like mind, he gave great advice. He lived by the motto 'I don't get mad, I get even' and he applied it by always paying good deeds back to the person.

If you did something nice for him, he would make it his mission to return that kindness and more. He was notorious for being early and prepared for everything; never late. This was true for everything from never-missed birthday and holiday cards, to work, to meet-ups, and everything in between.

We are thankful for our time with Larry. Memories and stories of his love, generosity and fun sense of humor will eventually bring us comfort, but his passing leaves a gigantic void in all of our lives. It was Larry's wish that there be no funeral service. Committal of his ashes to the sea will be performed by the Royal Canadian Navy. A permanent marker will be placed with his family in Gravelbourg.

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of a loving husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother, uncle, and friend. He was born in Stellarton, a son of Olga and Alfred Caulier. In his youth he was an avid hockey, rugby and football player. He enjoyed his later years doing outdoor work, enjoying his grandchildren, visiting shut-ins, and watching sports. Alfred spent 25 years in the Royal Canadian Navy before retiring and had a second career with Michelin Tire in Granton.

Alfred is also survived by sisters-in-law, Eva and Diane Aikens. Visitation will be held and p. Porter Funeral Home, 55 Almont Ave. Burial will be in Church Brook Cemetery. Rich is survived by his brothers Michael, Phil and Conrad, and his sister Rose.

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