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Rest In Peace—Hazel Irene MATTHEWS (NEE Boyle)
It Is with great sadness we announce the passing of Hazel in her 99th year on Wednesday, May 5th, 2021 at Health Sciences North.
Hazel was born in Richmond, Ontario on November 13th, 1922 to William and Bertha Boyle (nee Graham) both predeceased. She married her beloved husband James Henry “Harry” Matthews in Ottawa on March 2ND, 1946 and moved to Capreol. She will be sadly missed by her family Charlie “Butch” and Janice Skinner & family, John and Kathy Armstrong & family, Laurie Kyryluk predeceased and son Scott, and Verna Matthews Barstead & family as well as her dear friends Bruna Nordman & family, Sharon Shane & family, Kelly Graham & children, Kim McGee and children, Sister Dianne, Noella Allaire, Sue Armstrong, Carmen & Don Lemeieux, Stella and Andy Boudreau, Don and Shirley Degagne, Harold and Marg Johnson both predeceased & family and Julie Monaghan.
In her younger years, Hazel worked briefly at Statistics Canada. Hazel loved the color purple, going to the slots with Bruna and Julie and going to the Mother House Chapel in North Bay with Sister Dianne. She and Harry made many happy memories at their camp on Lake Wahnapitae. She had a great sense of humor and has left us with many memories we will cherish.
The family would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to Sister Dianne, Lise St. Jacques and Amanda Rainville NP, as well as the staff, nurses and doctors at Health Sciences North 4th floor North Tower, and to all the PSW’s for their care and compassion.
Cremation at the Park Lawn Crematorium. A memorial service will be held at the Jackson & Barnard Funeral Home when the social gathering restrictions ease. Hazel will be buried alongside her husband in the Beechwood Cemetery in Ottawa or in keeping with her great sense of humor, as Hazel would say she is “In the process of moving to her new apartment in Ottawa.” Donations to the Maison McCulloch Hospice would be appreciated. For donations or messages of condolence www.lougheedfuneralhomes.com.
Rest In Peace—Caroline “Carol” CONSTANTIN
It is with heavy hearts and great sadness, that we announce the passing of Caroline Constantin, peacefully with her family by her side, at Joseph Brant Hospital on Wednesday April 14th in her 91st year. She is finally reunited with the love of her life, Raymond Constantin, her husband of 65 years who predeceased her in 2016. Carol will be missed by her children, Suzanne Colasimone (Ray), Michelle Rutledge (Albert) and Robert (Laurie LeBreton). She will also be dearly missed by her six grandchildren, Jason, Angela, Robin, Julie, Nicole & Carly, and her five beautiful great grandchildren. Carol also leaves behind her sister Genevieve and brother Cleophas.
Carol, affectionately known as Mamma to many, resided at LaSalle Park Retirement for the past seven months where she enjoyed the company of the residents and the extraordinary staff that truly made her feel at home. To those who knew her, Mamma had a feisty personality and was extremely creative. Sewing was one of her greatest talents. Some of her favourite pastimes included doing crossword puzzles, reading James Patterson novels and watching her preferred game show “The Family Feud”. She also loved listening to music, especially her son Rob’s rendition of “Harvest Moon”. Neil Young would be proud. However, her absolute most cherished pastime was spending time with her family. She will be sorely missed by her children, grandchildren and lifetime friends Pierrette and Rita. We can hear our dad’s happy fiddle tune greeting his true love home.
The family would like to extend a sincere thank you to all staff at LaSalle and to Doctors and nurses of 4North at Joseph Brant Hospital who extended us such kindness and compassion in our Mothers’ final hours.
A private funeral mass will be held prior to her joining our Father at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations to Joseph Brant Hospital or the Carpenter Hospice would sincerely be appreciated by the family.
Rest In Peace—David Lloyd KING
Passed away peacefully on Friday, March 12, 2021 at Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital at the age of 78. Beloved son of the late Bess and Llyod King. Cherished husband of Kathleen (Simpson) King for 58 years. Loving father of sons, Tony of Gravenhurst, Kris (Paula) of Bracebridge, Greg (Tracey) of Whitby, and daughter Koreen (Rod) of Maple Ridge, B.C. Adored grandfather of Danielle (Mike), Eric, Kyle, Rachael, Maddie, Hannah, Makenna, Jacob, Dalaney, and Kaden. Great-grandfather of Peyton and was anxiously awaiting his second great-granddaughter Nora. Dear brother of the late Bill of Alliston, Jim (Beth) of Atlin, B.C., Roger (Sandi) of Orillia, and Marilyn of Florida. Much loved by his sister-in-law Jenifer Bartlett of Vancouver. Predeceased by his mother-in-law Gertrude Simpson. Loved by many nieces and nephews and extended family members.
David was a “gentle” man full of love, which he instilled in his family, but “strong” of character and principles. David served in the Royal Canadian Airforce and was a proud 55-year member of the Royal Canadian Legion. He led by example and was respected by all. A proud CNR man, he loved his Northern Hornepayne roots and family. He served his community as Councillor, Deputy Reeve, volunteer fire department, and held hockey and recreational executive positions. After moving back to his home in Muskoka, he was recognized for his contributions for numerous community and charity causes. His life-long love for hockey was displayed throughout his career as a player and the captain of Don’s Clippers. He was a former president of the Gravenhurst Minor Hockey Association and was the founder of the Kris King Muskoka Summer Hockey School.
David was a true outdoorsman, who loved nature, fishing, and hunting. He loved their home on the Muskoka River with his dogs. During his life, he was fortunate to have so many special friendships, especially his drop in visits at Kahshe Boat Works. David will be missed and remembered by all who knew him.
In keeping with David’s wishes, cremation has taken place. Due to Covid-19, a Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made to the South Muskoka Memorial Hospital Foundation and may be arranged through Cavill Funeral Home. Please share personal condolences and memories to www.cavillfuneralhome.com.
Rest In Peace—Arnold ARCAND Jr.
The family announces with great sorrow his passing at Maison McCulloch Hospice in Sudbury on Monday, March 8, 2021 at the age of 54 years.
Son of Arnold Sr. and Helen (née Harasym) Arcand. Beloved husband of Jennifer (née O’Sullivan) Arcand. Loving father of Daniel Lamontagne Jr., Hope (Bruno), Cash and Paige Arcand. Cherished brother of Carrie Arcand-Pugliese (Larry). Sadly missed by Jen’s parents, Priscilla and Wayne (predeceased) O’Sullivan, siblings, Allyson, Brian and Kelly along with many nieces, nephews, relatives, friends and ‘fur babies’, Riley, Loco and Jewels. As per Arnold’s wishes there will be no visitation or service.
His family and friends will always remember the special attributes of Arnold. His exterior portrayed rough and rugged but his heart showed his true colours. His children loved his beard and being the colours in his rainbow. “Go Rayside!” will truly be missed in the neighborhood rinks. His lifelong friends, Animal (Guy St.Jean), Steve Spadafore and Steve Dow were with him to his departure and surely have many fond memories of their adventures together. CN was Arnold’s second home. His ‘work family’ was important to him with more than 30 years service and achieving locomotive engineer. His brothers and sisters of Teamsters Local 728 are proud of the footprint he has left for them. His only sibling, Carrie, Mom and Dad would truly attest that he was a protector of all close to him. The entire family now have a large void in their lives which can never be replaced.
The love of his life, ‘Jenny’, was continually there for him and even through their sadness he would always quietly say “Jen stop…I need you to be strong.”
Wife, Jennifer, would like to thank Dr. Singh, Dr. Mocanu, Dr. Sbrocchi, NP Claire Warren, and the Bayshore team for their caring and compassion, along with the many medical staff who had a role in his journey. The overwhelming community support for ‘Fight4Arnold’ will never be forgotten. A celebration of his life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations will be accepted in trust for Cash and Paige at email@example.com or any Scotiabank branch, account # 30262 04974 87. www.cooperativefuneralhome.ca
Rest In Peace—Janice HUGHES (née Dines)
It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Janice Ann Hughes (née Dines) on March 7, 2021 at the age of 66. She was the beloved wife of Peter, mother of Melissa and Michael, sister of Jim (Helene), and aunt to Barbie and Shona. She is predeceased by her parents, Archie and Florence. She will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved her, including her lifelong friend Linnea Cound (Frank), as well as her many friends, extended family, and her colleagues at RE/MAX Chay in Innisfil.
Janice was born in Sudbury, Ontario and lived her childhood in the nearby railway town of Capreol. She maintained her small-town warmth and the mentality of helping others in need throughout her life – acts that were deeply appreciated by those who knew her.
Janice struck out as an adventurous and ambitious young woman to live in Vancouver, Toronto, and then Windsor, where her love of fashion led her to a career with women’s clothing chain Suzy Shier. She wove her own unique thread of creativity through her life, whether she was designing stunning floral arrangements, handmade gifts for her colleagues, or helping clients flawlessly stage their houses. As a real estate agent, she found and excelled in a career that fit her personality – outgoing, bubbly, loving to meet new people and help them. She looked after her family with meticulous care, especially through her great flair for cooking, always remembering to make a special dish of cooked carrots for her “granddog,” Turbo.
Jan will be remembered for her immense efforts to rise above the challenges life presented her, and do her utmost to enrich the lives of others. Her impact will not be forgotten; her spirit will live on in her community and in the many fortunate among us who were affected profoundly by her love.
Visitation will be held at Innisfil Funeral Home on Friday, March 12 from 2-5pm and 6-9pm; due to restrictions surrounding COVID-19, bookings are to be made through the Innisfil Funeral Home website. A private funeral mass will be held for family.
Rest In Peace—Paul “Bernard” CAMIRAND
It is with the deepest sadness, and much love, that the family of “Bernard” Paul Camirand announce his peaceful passing on Saturday, 6th of March, at the age of 94 years.
Forever treasured by his beloved wife of 69 years Theresa, children; Brian (Deb), James (Kate), Jennifer (Tineke), sons, Timothy and Joseph both predeceased and daughter-in-law Donalee predeceased, granddaughters; Ashlee (Jason) and Andrea (Bill), and great grandchildren; Ava, Mia, Gianna, and Myles. Fondly remembered by his in-laws and extended family of nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his parents Joseph and Elizabeth, and eight siblings; Hubert, Victoria, Leah, Thomas, Margaret, Jeanne Eva, Lenard, and his twin sister Bernadette.
A dedicated family man, a gifted and enthusiastic sportsman with a marvellous mind and a servant’s heart, Bernard possessed a love of ancestry and local history, and was an active member of his community and church for over sixty years. His unselfish spirit and love of people will live on through all who were privileged to have known him.
Memorial donations can be made to the Capreol Food Bank or a charity of your choice. A celebration of life will be held at a later date. Cremation at the Park Lawn Crematorium. Arrangements entrusted to the Jackson and Barnard Funeral Home.
Rest In Peace—Barry GREASLEY
Mr. Barry Greasley of Brantford, Delhi, and formerly of Sudbury, passed away at the Brantford General Hospital on Monday, March 1, 2021 in his 83rd year.
Barry had a larger than life personality that will be missed in so many ways, from his interesting and humorous stories to his genuine love of people, children and animals. In 2001 he became Worshipful Master of the Nickel Lodge No. 427 in Sudbury, Ontario. Barry was very active in Nickel Lodge and the camaraderie he experienced there was a great source of joy in his life. Barry spent many satisfying years working at Falconbridge and made many close friendships there. He was a strong family man who shared his love of nature and the outdoors with his beloved children and grandson. Barry was fond of golfing and loved to paint with watercolours and read poetry that he often committed to memory. Barry had a strong Christian faith with one of his favourite Biblical selections being Corinthians 1 Chapter 13.
Beloved husband of Carol Greasley (Martin). Loving father of Derrick Greasley (Sara) and Elizabeth Greasley. Cherished grandfather of Tristan Greasley. Dearest brother of Colleen Jewel (Roy), John Greasley (dec.) (Francis dec.), Dennis Greasley (dec.) (Lorraine), Joan Wade (Jim dec.), Kirk Greasley (Adele). Predeceased by his parents John and Etta (Moore).
In consideration of the continuing health and safety of our friends and family, a Private Family Funeral Service will take place with a second public Celebration of Life at a later date. Memorial donations to the Canada’s Children’s Hospital Foundations, or a charity of your choice can be made through the MURPHY FUNERAL HOME, Delhi (519) 582-1290 (www.mfh.care) and will be gratefully appreciated by the family.
Rest In Peace—Peter DANYLUK
Peacefully passed away on Friday, February, 26, 2021 in Sault Ste. Marie at the age of 92.
Beloved husband of the late Prima Danyluk (nee Dupuis). Loving father of Dennis (Debra) of Sault Ste. Marie, John (Gina) of Iron Mountain, Michigan, Michael (Brenda) of Tara and Peter (Lorraine) of Sudbury. Cherished grandfather of Erica Danyluk-Berlin (James), Andrew Danyluk (Stephanie), Nadia Danyluk (Gareth Lloyd), Jessica Danyluk (Luke Connick), Lianne Streib (Brad), Graham Danyluk (Kristen) and great grandfather of 6. Predeceased by his siblings Mary Zawally (Mike), Liz (Bill), Kay, Phil (Joyce), William and Reg. Brother-in-law of Fluerette Lynch (late Bob) and Larry Dupuis (Debbie). Lovingly remembered by nieces and nephews.
As per Peter’s wishes there will be no funeral service. If desired, memorial contributions payable by cheque or online may be made to the Alzheimer Society. The family would like to thank the management and staff of Extendicare Maple View for their care and support of Peter. Arrangements entrusted to the Arthur Funeral Home – Barton & Kiteley Chapel (492 Wellington St. East 705-759-2522). Please visit the Arthur Funeral Home website obituaries to leave memories and condolences as a keepsake for the family.
Rest In Peace—Beryl Elizabeth Margaret STEPHEN
A loving Mother, Social Worker, Social Justice Advocate, Reiki Master, and Feminist. Beryl was born in 1948 as the 6th of 7 children to Bill and Bella Stephen. She spent her childhood growing up in Capreol and Horn Payne where she loved being in the great outdoors of Northern Ontario. She was a great swimmer and lifeguard at the local beach in Capreol, even saving a man from drowning. After high school she attended McMaster University for Social Work and swam on a synchronized swimming team.
Beryl married Kay McKibbon in 1970 and became not just a Minister’s wife but an instant mother to Katherine. They had two more children and lived in a variety of towns across Ontario including Val Therese, Victoria Harbor, Sunderland, Toronto, and Metcalfe. She was a very spiritual person and loved to sing, organize community events, and help others. In 1986 she returned to Hamilton to finish her undergraduate degree at McMaster and went on to earn a Masters of Arts in Social Welfare Policy as a working single mother.
After graduation Beryl created a home sharing program at the V.O.N. working to match seniors with younger people to help the seniors stay in their home as long as possible. A big part of her life was the loving second family and community she found at the Mennonite Congregation at the Welcome Inn. In 2001 she moved to Calgary to be close to her daughters Heather & Dawna. When her Calgary grandchildren were born, she was a big part of their life often taking care of them when they were babies and preschoolers.
One of her happiest days came in 2013 when she was reunited with her beloved son Trevor, whom she had always longed for and along with Trevor came another granddaughter Hanna.
Beryl is survived by her children, Katherine McKibbon (Marcel), Trevor Burgess (Deborah), Heather McKibbon, and Dawna Cutcliffe (Phil). She will be greatly missed by her grandchildren, Hanna, Josh, Noah, Chloe and Henry and her many nieces and nephews. She is survived by her sisters Sheila Brown and M. Carol Freeman (David), brother Peter R. Stephen (Karen), and sister-in-law Marcia Stephen. Beryl was predeceased by her parents William Peter Stephen and Isabella Stephen (nee Wylie), sister Judith Stephen, granddaughter Lily Cutcliffe, step-son David McKibbon, brothers W. Douglas Stephen and Murray K. Stephen, and her cherished nephew Graham Freeman.
To honor Beryl’s memory donations can be made to Dying with Dignity (https://www.dyingwithdignity.ca/give_today) or Nature Conservancy (https://www.natureconservancy.ca/en/what-you-can-do/donate) or if you prefer, just do something to make your community a better place.
A special Thank You to her dedicated nephew Orrin Stephen, his wife Sandy, their son Douglas, and Beryl’s niece Rebecca Stephen and Tori the dog who helped keep up Beryl’s sprits during covid and joined us for a family walk on weekends. It meant the world to her and she was looking forward to when we could start again.
Finally, a thank you to the staff of both Bowcrest Seniors Home and Newport Harbour Care Centre especially: Mayne, Lilia, Michelle, Neneta, Jerry, Belinda, Ranjit, Nancy, Rosie, Meghan, Monica, Mimine, Lorena and others who we didn’t meet.
A virtual Celebration of Beryl’s Life will be held via zoom on March 6, 2021. Please contact family for details (Dawna – firstname.lastname@example.org).
Rest In Peace—Brian YEOMANS
The family wishes to announce the passing of Brian Edward Yeomans at Extendicare-York, on February 21, 2021. He was 66 and persevered the past 2 1/2 years with cancer.
Survived by daughter Chanza, son Jason, grandchildren Samantha and Nicholas; brother Eric (Deborah), uncle to Kirk and Keith (Christine), great uncle to Ally and Bryce. Survived by sister-in-law Lori and brother-in-law Peter (Linda) and daughter Megan. Predeceased by parents David and Betty Yeomans, partners Christine McOrmond and Kim Erskine. Survived and predeceased by many family relatives in the Sudbury, Toronto, and Chatham-Kent areas.. Sadly missed by his two life-long friends Charles Rastall and Graham Toppazzini.
Brian had a varied work history starting out as high school bag boy at the former Dominion store at Plaza 69, and after graduation took on a full time position in many aspects at that store and moved on to the former Dominion store on Notre Dame Ave., and stayed on there after the corporate change to Food Basics and also worked at the Food Basics in Hanmer. Time for change in employment where he worked for several years as a delivery person for Maslack (Falconbridge Rd., location). Then another employment change came when be began working for Curbwalk Construction doing various construction applications that the company specified to perform which meant in town projects and out of town contracts to the far reaches of Northwestern Ontario and to the Eastern regions of Ontario. Unfortunately the Curbwalk Construction owner passed away a few years ago and the company was sold to Terra North Construction where Brian worked there until his retirement three 1/2 years ago.
In his spare during the construction off season he worked at the former Hobby Depot store and participated in town and out of town train shows. He was also a member of the Northern Ontario Railroaders Club (Capreol). Here he spent many hours as a member and volunteer at the Railway Museum, either in performing train layout maintenance or as a guide during special events. When the weather was bright and sunny outside he would be walking the Lake Ramsey boardwalk as much as possible. A few years ago started winter vacationing in either in Florida or Vardero, Cuba.
The family would like to thank the various doctors and their respected nurses for his long and short term care. Special thank you to Doctor: Holub, J. Noble (retired), Shehata, R. Singh (Palliative Management System Clinic). A very heartfelt thank you to the nurses and volunteers (pre-COVID) in the Chemo Suite at the Northeastern Cancer Clinic.
Also, like to thank the nurses and PSW’s at the Clarion Centre, a division of St. Joseph’s Continuing Care. And finally to the nurses and PSW’s Third Floor East, Extendicare-York.
At Brian’s request, there will be no visitation or funeral service. Cremation and internment will be in the family plot at Park Lawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Northeastern Cancer Centre would be greatly appreciated. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Park Lawn Crematorium and Funeral Services.
Rest In Peace—Lloyd GERVAIS
In loving memory of Lloyd Gervais, 77 years. Thursday, February 18th, 2021 at his home, with loving family at his side.
Beloved husband of 56 years to Rachelle Gervais (nee Murphy). Loving father of Paulette (Terry Lemery) and Denise (Murray Campioni). Cherished grandfather of 5 grandsons and 3 great-grandchildren. Dear son of Joseph Louis and Emma (nee Castonguay) Gervais both predeceased. Dear brother of Shirley (Don Degagne) and predeceased by Camille. Dear brother-in-law of Michel (Shirley), Robert predeceased (Cherie), Carmen (Roger), Jean Marc (Kathy), Daniel (Dawn), Marie Anne (Owen), and predeceased by Paul and Regis. Sadly missed by his lifelong friends, Louis Dines and Bob Bonhomme.
Lloyd worked for 35 years for the C.N.R. before retiring in 1996. He loved hunting and fishing and was a self-described “back-yard grease monkey”. He will be lovingly remembered for his love of nature, his generosity of spirit, and his wonderful mischievous smile. Special thanks to the Maison McCulloch Hospice for their care and compassion.
Due to COVID-19, a Memorial Mass will be held in Our Lady of Peace Church, Capreol, at a later date. Cremation at the Park Lawn Crematorium. Donations to the Maison McCulloch Hospice would be appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to the Lougheed Funeral Home, Hanmer/Capreol Chapel, www.lougheedfuneralhomes.com.
Rest In Peace—Carolyn Dorene (Little) HEIMBECKER
Survived by her loving husband of 57 years, Barry Heimbecker. Proud mother of Lorrie Leger (Denis), Derrick Heimbecker, and Angela Heimbecker. Cherished grandmother of Corey Leger, Adam Leger (John Alunan), Kayla Huffles (Derek), Jamie Heimbecker (Jamie-Lee Mimeault), Alicia Switzer, and Brandon Heimbecker-Asturi. Special great-grandmother of Cali-Ann Switzer, Harmony Rae Switzer, and Arie Huffles.
Carolyn was the daughter of Emerson & Annie Little, both predeceased.
Carolyn will be dearly missed by many friends and family. She will be especially missed by her “Nobel Girls” and best friends Colette, Barb, and Carolle; and in-laws Ralph & Cathy and Bob & Judy.
Carolyn was always there to lend a helping hand to friends and family. Her youthful exuberance and quick wit will be missed by all. She was the rock for many of us and never complained through many of life’s challenges. Carolyn enjoyed sitting on the deck, sipping a glass of wine, and admiring her beautiful backyard pond and gardens.
We are grateful for the wonderful care she received at home (Jose & Jasmine) and from the HSN 8th Floor Cardiac Unit staff.A celebration of life will be held in her garden at a later date when it is safe to do so. Donations can be made to the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #179 Wheelchair Fund. Arrangements entrusted to the Lougheed Funeral Home, www.lougheedfuneralhomes.com.
Rest In Peace—Rudolph ‘Rudy’ MAZUCCA
It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Rudy after a lengthy illness on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021 at the Elizabeth Centre.
Dear son of MaryAnne DeStefano and Frank Joseph Mazzuca both predeceased. He is survived by his devoted wife of 58 years Lynda Mazzuca (nee Bell), daughter Shelley (John) and their daughters Martina predeceased, Gabriella and Angelica, and son Richard predeceased (Lynn) and their children Alexander and Mila. Also survived by his brother Edward of Vancouver, British Columbia.
Rudy was a very active and community minded man. He had a successful career in business, owning and operating Drago’s store in Capreol for over 55 years. Rudy had a real history in playing many sports including ice hockey, floor hockey, bowling, curling, cross country skiing and even down hill skiing. The best was playing fast ball with the Capreol Mazzuca ball team, and winning 8 Ontario championships.
A big thank you to family and many friends for their support, kindness and thoughtfulness. A special heartfelt thank you to the family of angels at the Elizabeth Centre for the care, patience and kindness shown towards Rudy.
There will be no visitation or service. Cremation at the Park Lawn Crematorium with internment and a celebration of his life at a later date. Donations to the Alzheimer’s Society would be appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to the Lougheed Funeral Home. For donations or messages of condolence www.lougheedfuneralhomes.com.
Rest In Peace—Jayden ST. AMOUR
It is with great sadness that the family announces the passing of Jayden Faith St. Amour on January 25th, 2021. Jayden was born August 24th, 2001. She was greatly loved by her mother Samantha Nicolls (predeceased) and her father Jason St. Amour (Kathryn). Jayden will be greatly missed by her sisters Emily (Matty), Ramsey, Aubrey, and Brooklyn (predeceased). Jayden was a proud auntie to Elijah and Emmett who she adored. Jayden will be greatly missed by her Papa Harry Nicolls and her Nana Donna Nicolls (predeceased), her Memere Lucille, her grandma Bertha, and her aunts Tammy (Mike), Colleen “Cissy”, Tracy (Kyle), Amy, and her uncle Brian (predeceased). Jayden will also be missed by her cousins Vanessa, Brandon, Nathan, Alexandra, Natasha, Toni, Jordan, Isaiah, Jeremy, Aiden, Olivia, Hailey, and Joshua.
Jayden was a loving sister who would do anything to support her family. They always knew they could count on Jayden for anything because she was a best friend and the glue that held them together, Jayden was young but so full of life, she could turn the smallest gathering into a party. People loved Jayden and she loved everyone, often going out of her way to help others. She and her sisters would always joke that Jayden was the favourite child because everyone leaned on her. Jayden’s time with us was cut short but no one will forget Jayden’s witty attitude and the time and memories they shared with her over the years. Our only hope now is that Jayden is laughing and singing and surrounded by love with our mom, our sister, nana, and uncle. And know you are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure, Our family feels broken but one day we will be together again.
Resting at the Jackson and Barnard Funeral Home, 233 Larch Street, Sudbury. (Friends may call after 10:30am Tuesday. Due to COVID-19 directives, 10 people or fewer are permitted in the visitation room. Face masks are mandatory.) Funeral Service in the R. J. Barnard Chapel, Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021 at 3pm. For those unable to attend the service, it can be viewed by livestream at https://www.oneroomstreaming.com/view/authorise.php?k=161195449098067.
Cremation with interment in the family plot at the Capreol Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to Elijah and Emmett’s Trust Fund would be appreciated. For donations and messages of condolence, www.lougheedfuneralhomes.com.
Rest In Peace—Sean HARRISON
It is with great sorrow that the family announces the passing of Sean Harrison at his home in Coniston on Monday, January 18, 2021 at the age of 37 years.
Sean was born in Belleville on March 4, 1983. He grew up in Capreol and lived in Sudbury.
After graduating from high school, Sean went on to study at Cambrian College to be an Electrician. He had many jobs, but the job he loved the most was being part of the team at M.I.C. Restaurant. Sean loved to cook and listen to music, usually Pearl Jam, but occasionally you could hear Gordon Lightfoot’s music coming from his room. Sean also loved to fish, although, I caught more fish than he did, EVERY SINGLE TIME.
Sean is survived by his father Richard Harrison (Stephanie – predeceased) and his mother Laurie Harrison (nee Sutton) (Don Brosseau). Sean has two beautiful girls who will miss him dearly, Talyssa Ross, age 14, and Emma Harrison, age 13. Sean adored his children so much. Sadly missed by his loving sister Erin Dumontelle (Dan), his niece Hayley Potvin (Brad), his two nephews, Dylan Dumontelle (Kaegan), and Dawson Dumontelle, and his step brother, Marcel Brosseau.
“You will be greatly missed Sean. It seems so hard to comprehend that you’re no longer here. All the happy memories will help keep you near. Sleep well my son. Love Mom.”
Arrangements have been entrusted with Ranger’s Cremation and Burial Services Ltd.
Rest In Peace—Patricia Grace AMES
Patricia Grace Ames (nee Morgan). Passed away peacefully on January 18th, 2021 at Health Sciences North, in her 70th year.
She was a dedicated wife to Douglas, her husband and partner of 49 years, as well as mother to Vanessa (predeceased), Emily (Adam) and Nathan (Alicia). She especially treasured her role as Grandma to Lucy, Dylan and Ellie of the Hallway Runners Club. Devoted sister to John, as well as sister-in-law to Stewart (Judy), Barbara (Anne), Brian (Debbie) and Steven (Debbie). She will be sadly missed by her many nieces, nephews, grand-nieces and grand-nephews.
She was born in Tanganyika to Richard and Doris Morgan (predeceased) and by the age of four had already lived on three continents. This may have accounted for her love of travel and the pursuit of new experiences.
Her life-long love of books inspired her to study English Literature and earn an Honors BA from Laurentian University. This in turn led to her calling as a teacher in the International Baccalaureate program at LoEllen Park Secondary School. Her passion for literature will be greatly missed by all her book club friends, colleagues, and former students.
Her easy laugh and welcoming smile, as well as her enduring kindness to others gained her a loving group of friends of whose support and companionship she was profoundly grateful.
A celebration of her life will be held in the coming months once we are able to gather together once more. Expression of sympathy or donations can be made in memory of Patricia to the Northern Cancer Foundation (www.ncfsudbury.com/in-memoriam)
(Arrangements entrusted to the Jackson and Barnard Funeral Home)
Rest In Peace—Lynne DOLLAR
In Loving Memory of Lynne Marie Dollar 64 Years, who passed away on Sunday, January 17, 2021.
Beloved wife of John Dollar (predeceased) of Hanmer. Cherished mother of Melony (predeceased) and Shawn (Catherine). Treasured grandmother of Jordyn, Austin, and Olivia. Dear daughter of Hugh and Helen Grieve (both predeceased). Sister of Karen Wolstenholme (Rick), brothers Glen Grieve (Barb) and Gary Grieve (predeceased). Best friend Lorie Williamson (Rob) and her family. Not to mention that she will be missed by many others.
Lynne will be remembered by family and friends as a caring and loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend. Her grandchildren were of the most importance to her as you could always find her supporting all their activities as their biggest fan. You could always count on Lynne to do anything it would take to help people who she cared for and stood her ground if anything would ever come in-between them. A special person to many and will be missed forever.
At Lynne’s request their will be no visitation or service. Cremation with interment in the family Plot in Monetville. Arrangements have been entrusted with Ranger’s Cremation and Burial Services Ltd. Online condolences can be posted at www.RangersSudbury.com
Rest In Peace—Terry GRYSCHUK
Terry Gryschuk of Brandon MB (formerly of Kenora and Dauphin) passed away on Thursday, December 3, 2020, surrounded by his family after a brief, but courageous battle with cancer.
Terry was born in Sudbury, Ontario on April 3, 1951 to Elsie (Alexandra) and Peter Gryschuk and was the youngest sibling to Peter and Skip. Terry is survived by Patty Gerrard, his wife and best friend of 38 years and their two children, Dustin and Lauren. He is also survived by brothers, Peter of Capreol, and Skip and his wife, Judi, of Steinbach; sister-in-law Suzanne and her husband, Marny, of Courtenay; as well as numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins. Terry was predeceased by his parents Peter (1998) and Elsie (Sept 2020) Gryschuk; sister-in-law, Charlotte Gryschuk (Dec 2020); niece, April Ann; and parents-in-law, Gordon and Yvonne Gerrard.
Our family wishes to express sincere thanks to our friends who have surrounded us with so much kindness, love, and support. We are truly overwhelmed.
Due to Covid 19, family and friends will gather at a later date to remember and celebrate Terry’s life. If friends so desire, donations in memory of Terry may be made to a charity of one’s choice or to the Kids Help Phone, 300-439 University Ave, Toronto, ON M5G 1Y8 or kidshelpphone.ca.
Rest In Peace—Lorne Andrew MELVILLE
In loving Memory of Lorne Andrew Melville who passed away at age 90 on December 14, 2020 at Oakcrossing Long Term Care in London, Ontario. Loving husband of Anita (predeceased 2014) and sons Terry (Lynne), Allan (Wendy), Darryl, and Michael (Jennifer). Beloved grandfather of Mathew, Paul, Lynsey, Andrew and Keely. Brother of Ernie (predeceased 2019), David, and brother-in-law Allan Redgrift.
Lorne retired in 1989 after a long career at CN and Via as a Fireman and Locomotive Engineer. Lorne and Anita moved to London, Ontario to be closer to family but Capreol was always their home. Lorne was an active community member as Chairmen of the Arena Board, and was a founding architect of the highly regarded Capreol Midget Tournament.
Lorne worked tirelessly for his family and his community and will be greatly missed. Donations in his name to your charitable organization of choice, local food bank, or those who are struggling during these challenging times would be greatly appreciated. An Internment ceremony at Capreol Cemetery for Lorne and Anita will occur at later date.
Rest In Peace—Lucien DENIS
It is with great sadness that the family announces his passing in Sudbury, on Wednesday, December 16, 2020 at the age of 77 years.
Son of the late Albert and late Léonide (née Brabant) Denis. Beloved husband to Anne Denis (née Souliere). Loving father to Daniel Denis, Monique Arbour, Fern Arbour and Gisèle Denis (Mark Benoit). Beloved grandfather to Meagan, Karalynn, Erika, Crystale (Kyle) and Michelle. Cherished great-grandfather to 3. Beloved brother of Rudolph Denis and Paulette, Georgette Greer, Helene Denis and Brian Stevens, Richard and Ghyslaine Denis, Maurice and Helene Denis. Predeceased by his siblings Raymond and Rudy Pharand and Nicole Labelle. He will be sadly missed by 10 nieces and 13 nephews, relatives and friends.
Cremation to take place at the Cooperative Crematorium, Chelmsford. A celebration of life will be held at a later date. Donations can be made by cheque or online to the Ontario Lung Association.
Rest In Peace—Charlotte GRYSCHUK
Rest In Peace—Florence Laura DINES
In Loving Memory of Florence Laura Dines (nee Larsen) 77 years. Passed away suddenly on Thursday, October 29th, 2020.
Beloved wife of Louis Dines for 55 years. Loving mother of Larry (Johanne), Kenny (Christine), Walter (Tammy), Laura Depatie (Claude) and Louis Jr. (Ashley). Cherished Grams of Taylor (Jay), Paige, Mathew, Tyler and Cayden. Dear daughter of Lawrence and Lillian Larsen both predeceased. Dear sister of Lawrence Jr., predeceased (Faye) and Chris (Diane). Sadly missed by nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
There will be no funeral visitation or service. Cremation. A celebration of life will be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, donations to the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 179, Capreol Wheelchair Fund.
Arrangements entrusted to the Lougheed Funeral Home. For donations or messages of condolence, www.lougheed.org
Rest In Peace—Larry Douglas LISKE
In Loving Memory ofLarry Douglas Liske, 77 years. Peacefully, Sunday, October 4, 2020 at Health Sciences North. Beloved husband of Marilyn (Henderson) Liske. Loving father of Darren Liske and David Liske. Cherished son of Herb and Ruth (Bezo) Liske predeceased. Dear brother Lindsay Liske (wife Edith). Special uncle of Jeannie & Jessie and well-loved great uncle. Sadly missed by many cousins.
Larry was a retired teacher who enjoyed curling, and he was an accomplished woodworker.
In lieu of flowers, donations to the Heart & Stroke Foundation or Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated. Memorial Service in the Lougheed Funeral Home Hanmer/Capreol Chapel, 4605 Michelle Dr. Hanmer, Thursday, October 8th, 2020 at 11am. Cremation with interment in the Valley East Cemetery. (Friends may call after 10am Thursday). Due to COVID-19 Pandemic directives, 50 people or fewer permitted in the funeral home. Face masks are mandatory. For donations and messages of condolence, www.lougheed.org.
Rest In Peace—Raymonde PHARAND
It is with heavy hearts that the family announces the passing of Raymonde Pharand (née Denis) at the age of 71, who passed away peacefully at the Elizabeth Center in Val Caron on Wednesday, September 30, 2020.
Loving wife of Rodolphe Pharand (predeceased). Dear daughter of the late Léonide and Albert Denis of Hanmer. Loving mother of Julie Soucy (Denis) of Capreol and Carole Pharand of Hanmer. Loving grandmother to Mikey, Chad, Curtis Pharand of Capreol and Natalie Pharand-Moore (Nick) of Ottawa and Tina Dubois (predeceased). Beloved sister to Georgette Denis, Hélène Denis (Bryan) of Sudbury, Nicole Labelle (predeceased), Maurice Denis (Hélène), Rodolphe Denis (Paulette) of Hanmer, Lucien Denis (Anne) of Capreol and Richard Denis (Ghislaine) of Sturgeon Falls. Raymonde will be greatly missed by many great grandkids, nephews, nieces and her two closest sisters in laws Claudette Gascon and Barb Pharand along with her roommate Cecile Routhier who never left her side till the end.
Raymonde was known for her kind heart who often put other people ahead of herself. She will be remembered for her generosity, wit and laughter and her love for family and friends. She was a very courageous woman who loved to entertain with music and let’s not forget her beer.
The family would like to thank all the staff at the Elizabeth Center with special thanks to Betty, Manon, Louise, Henriette and Christian for the outstanding care Raymonde received all day till she took her last breath. Cremation has taken place at Ranger’s CBS Ltd, in Sudbury. A mass service with her predeceased husband will be held on October 23, 2020 at St-Jacques Church in Hanmer at 1pm with a gathering to follow at Lougheed’s in Hanmer from 2:30-5:30 with music and a lunch.
Due to covid-19 everyone must wear a mask with only 50 people inside at a time.
Rest In Peace—Marleen Ruth NEW
It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Marleen Ruth New on Friday September 25, 2020 at the age of 76yrs surrounded by her loving family. Daughter of the late Argyle New and Audrey (McLeod) (both predeceased), Beloved mother of Mark Ricci (Tanya) of Hanmer and Craig Ricci (Carol) of Capreol. Cherished Nana of Kirsten (Ryan), Raven, Trey, Corbin and Eric, Great Nana to Marshal and Myla. She will be greatly missed by her cousins, nieces and nephews. She will be greatly missed by her friend Allan and many thanks for all that he has done for her.
A celebration of life will be held at a later date to be determined for all close family and friends. Donations to the Heart and Stroke or Diabetes would be greatly appreciated.
Rest In Peace—Andrew Robert STIBLER
In Loving Memory of Andrew Robert Stibler, 87 years.
Peacefully on Tuesday, September 22nd, 2020 at the Elizabeth Centre, Val Caron.
Beloved husband of Olive (nee Watts) Stibler. Loving father of Andy Jr. (Erin), Sharon Wilson (Howard), Kevin and Dan (Nicole). Cherished grandfather of Matthew, Caitlin, Tylor, Brianne and Cory. Dear son of Andrew and Agnes Stibler and son-in-law of Chris and Josephine Watts all predeceased. Dear brother of Joe (Nona) both predeceased, John (Arlene predeceased) and Bernice DeGrace.
Andrew worked on the railroad as a conductor at CN Rail for 40 years. He had a passion for the outdoors, spending time at the cottage, hunting and especially snowmobiling. The family would like to thank the Elizabeth Centre for their care and support.
A Private Family Graveside Service will be held at the Capreol Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or Trinity United Church, Capreol would be appreciated.
Arrangements entrusted to the Lougheed Funeral Home.
For donations or messages of condolence, www.lougheed.org
Rest In Peace—Reta Annie GRANT
In loving memory of Reta Annie Grant (nee North) 95 years. Passed away peacefully at Extendicare York on Monday, September 21st, 2020. Beloved wife of Harold Grant, predeceased. Loving mother of Robert Grant (Dorothy). Cherished grandma of Robyn and Trevor and great grandma of Ayden. Predeceased by her parents William and Annie North (nee May) and siblings Roy and Doris North.
Reta was born in Capreol on August 24th, 1925. She was a life member of St. Peter’s United Church and member of the UCW. She was also a member of the Lockerby Legion for 25 years.
Funeral Service in the R.J. Barnard Chapel, Jackson & Barnard Funeral Home (233 Larch Street, Sudbury) Thursday, September 24th, 2020 at 7 pm. Friends may gather at the funeral home after 5 pm on Thursday. Interment alongside her husband in the Massey Cemetery on Friday at 2 pm. Due to COVID-19 Pandemic directives, 50 people or fewer are permitted in the visitation room, and 80 or fewer in the chapel. Face masks are mandatory.
For those unable to attend the service, it can be viewed by livestream at: https://www.oneroomstreaming.com/view/authorise.php?k=160079782677974. Donations to the Kidney Foundation would be appreciated by the family. For donations or messages of condolence www.lougheedfuneralhomes.com
Rest In Peace—Lyle BLANCHARD
We are sad to announce that on June 6, 2020, at the age of 63, Lyle Blanchard (Innisfil, Ontario), born in Capreol, Ontario passed away.
He was loved and cherished by many people including : his parents, Theodore Blanchard (Ted) and Norma Blanchard (Seikkula); his brother Brian Blanchard; and his children, Samantha Blanchard and Theo Blanchard. He was also cherished by many nieces, nephews and extended family.
Due to COVID-19 the funeral will be held at a later posted date.
If desired, memorial donations may be made to support Stronach Regional Cancer Centre at Southlake Foundation by visiting: https: //southlake. ca/foundation/support-southlake/support-donate/.
Rest In Peace—Kathleen Ellen McQUIGGE
August 9, 1964 – September 2, 2020
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing into the Heavens of Kathleen (Katie) Ellen McQuigge on Wednesday, September 2, 2020 at approximately 8:30 pm with some family by her side.
Katie joins her mother, Brenda Jean McQuigge (predeceased 2016), her father, Allen Ross McQuigge (predeceased 1999), and Kenneth James McQuigge (predeceased 1991). Left to mourn her passing is her sister, Kelly Anne Ouellet (nee McQuigge) and Kathleen’s husband Randy Huber. Kathleen fought a short but courageous battle with “vim and vigour”; however, the cancer eventually won the fight. Her children will continue to keep her memory alive by telling stories and carrying on traditions their mother started. They will visit the places she loved and snuggle her grandchildren as she would have done. Paul Lindsay Derkacz and his wife Sara have two children Emma and Ava, Alan Joseph McQuigge and his wife Tina have five sons and a daughter: Westan, Dustin, Colton, Dalton, Teegan and Krista; Meagan Jean Bedard and her fiancée Fred have Braedon, Gabriella, and Jacob and Steven Derkacz has Mayssen, Kaden and Leighton; Kathleen’s stepdaughter, Melissa Huber has two sons Liam and Lincoln.
Kathleen’s full life including a career with Revenue Canada and as an entrepreneur didn’t impede her time spent with all her grandchildren and her memory will be held close in their hearts forever. Kathleen also leaves behind love in the hearts of her nieces, Hillory, Sarah and Chelsea and her nephew Brooks. Her great nieces will cherish the “hot dog slap” and Auntie Katie’s joking ways – Harlee, Brooklyn, Brynleigh, Koewyn, Addison, Taya and her great nephew Kristian. Kathleen is survived by many other adoring family members and friends. She has touched many lives.
Following cremation, the family will host a Celebration of Life on Saturday, September 12, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. at the family residence in Capreol. In addition to the Celebration of Life, the family will host a celebrational dinner at one of Kathleen’s favourite places, Rocky’s Bar and Grill located at 35 Loonway Road, Capreol, Ontario with a candlelight vigil to follow in the park. Both these events are open to all who wish to join the family and friends of Katie in celebrating her life. Missing you forever. Arrangements have been entrusted to Ranger’s Cremation and Burial Services Ltd. Online condolences can be posted at www.RangersSudbury.com
Rest In Peace—Glenn Earl PRIEST
The family announces with sorrow his passing at Hornepayne, on the 6th day of September 2020, peacefully in his sleep at the tender age of 93 years. Beloved husband of Marian. Dearest, much loved and respected dad of George (Cheryl) of Port Alberni, British Columbia; Marjorie (Vincent) of Kamloops, BC, Brian (Theresa) of Kearney, Ontaro; and Edith (Dennis) of Sudbury, Ont. He is survived by his older brother Gordon Priest (Betty) of Kingston, Ont.
He will be sadly missed by 11 grandchildren and 13 lively great grandchildren.
Glenn and Marian began their life together in 1952 in Mimico. They moved to Hornepayne where Glenn worked on the CN Railroad where they brought their two small children and added two more. He enjoyed 34 years of retirement. He was active in Municipal Politics and served as councillor and Reeve for a time. He was a Mason, an avid fisherman and had an awesome memory for potholes, fine doughnuts and The Cremation of Sam McGee. He was a wonderful dad, a devoted husband, and he will be missed by many many people.
FUNERAL SERVICE Friday September 18, 2020 2:00 PM
Hornepayne Royal Canadian Legion Br. #194
48 Sixth Hornepayne, Ontario P0M 1Z0
Rest In Peace—Marion (Sandy) KRYSTOLOVICH
Born August 28, 1951 in Braunschweig, Germany, and passed away peacefully August 23, 2020 at the age of 68 at Southlake Hospital in Newmarket, ON. Predeceased by son Brandon Krystolovich and mother Gerda Merkel. Survived by loving father Rolf Merkel and husband Leonard Krystolovich. Greatly missed by son Michael (Natasha Collins), step-daughter Natalie (Kirill) Semenov, and step-son Greg Montana. Loved by siblings-in-law Les (Pat), James, Bette (Edward), and Larry. Adored by step-grandchildren Zak and Katie, and fondly remembered by nieces and nephews Matt, Gary (Shawn), Andrea, Jason, Natasha, Alex (Melissa), Brian (Lisa) and Russell (Charlotte).
Sandy was a strong-willed, beautiful, smart, and big-hearted woman. She came to Canada with her parents at a young age and quickly adapted to life in a new country. Sandy worked hard to become an ultrasonographer and diagnostic imaging technician at York Central Hospital while starting a family. She was very compassionate as was shown by her love of animals and never being able to resist helping one in need. Sandy was always very thoughtful and generous, putting the needs of others in front of her own. She was forever fond of fine food, travel and relaxing on the beach. She fought for many years to continue to do the things she loved while enduring a long battle with Multiple Sclerosis.
Cremation and arrangements are entrusted to Marshall funeral home in Richmond Hill. A celebration of life will take place on Sunday, August 30th, in Guelph, with COVID related precautions and restrictions in place. Please contact Natasha Collins (email@example.com) or Michael Krystolovich (firstname.lastname@example.org) for details if you wish to attend. If desired, donations can be made to the MS Society of Canada or the Farley Foundation.
Rest In Peace—Alexandra “Elsie” GRYSCHUK
In Loving Memory of Alexandra “Elsie” Gryschuk, 97 Years. Her family announces with great sorrow her passing on September 8, 2020 at 2:41 P.M. at St. Joseph’s Villa.
Beloved wife of Peter Gryschuk (predeceased). Loving mother of Peter Jamie Gryschuk (Charlotte), Mervin “Skip” Gryschuk (Judi) and Terry Gryschuk (Patti). Cherished grandmother of April Anne (predeceased), Pam Ross (Murray), Paula Hensley (Nelio), Lee Ann Peters (Shawn), Kelly Eisner (Nick), Peter Gryschuk III (Shathel Haddad), Dustin Gryschuk and Lauren Gryschuk. Treasured Baba of Melanie Ross, Alec Ross, Noah Ross, Claire Ross, Alexandra Caldeira, Onnika Caldeira, Brynley Peters, Lane Peters, Camreigh Peters, Ryker Eisner and Sawyer Eisner.
Born at the family farm home in Hafford, Saskatchewan on April 30th, 1923 to Dmytro and Anne (both predeceased). Raised by Dmytro and Netti (predeceased). She attended Grant Country School and left Saskatchewan to work for the special service in Ottawa. She married Peter in Sudbury in 1943.
Dear sister of Paul (Stella) (both predeceased)(Helen), Mike (predeceased)(Delia), Don (Martha), Joe (predeceased) (Angie), Anne (Victor) (both predeceased) and Gerald (Terry). She will be lovingly remembered by many cousins, nephews and nieces. Special thank you to Della Gauthier, Darlene Nepitt, and Tony Skopyk.
Elsie went back to work in 1962 for a short time at Nepitt’s Grocery Store and for two years at Mazzuca’s IGA. Then 20 years for Portlance Lumber. She loved to bake, cook and entertain. She loved to dance and never missed a dance or wedding. She baked and iced wedding cakes for many years. She crocheted, knit, did ceramics and painted. She made Ukrainian easter eggs for pastime. She loved to play cards, bingo and the slots. She loved and was devoted to her family and friends. She was devoted to her church—St. Albans was her second home from the time she moved to Capreol.
The family would like to thank ST. Joseph’s Villa for all their care and compassion during Elsie’s stay there.
Due to Covid-19 A Memorial Service will be held at a later date. Donations to St. Alban the Martyrs Church in her memory would be greatly appreciated. (Arrangements entrusted to the Lougheed Funeral Home) No funeral details available.
Rest In Peace—Elaine MAZZUCA
As if 2020 hasn’t been hard enough, it is with great sadness the Mazzuca and Desjardins family announce the passing of their matriarch, Elaine Audrey Mazzuca, on Friday, August 21st, 2020 at the age of 88.
Elaine was born on April 6th, 1932 to Fred and Martha Desjardins. She was a Garson girl who moved to Capreol with the love of her life, Mario, in 1952 to start a family and career. Together they owned and operated Mazzuca Motors for 30 years. During that time, it flourished from a gas station to a successful business. You always knew you could find Elaine at the bank, religiously, on Tuesdays and Fridays.
You could also find her on the dance floor of every party, sporting a rye and water in her hand. Over the years, she was blessed to travel all over the world with her family and friends. In her senior years, she loved spending time with her siblings, and extended family. She thoroughly enjoyed her trips to the casino with Dellie, her partner in crime. Elaine was an avid Toronto Blue Jays fan through the good and bad times. It was not uncommon to walk into her house and hear her cursing the tv when the Jays were on one of their many losing streaks.
She truly was the life of every party, and in her later years, when arthritis got the best of her, the cane and walker that replaced her dancing shoes were used as props anytime a favourite song of hers came on.
Elaine was the proud mother of 4 daughters: Marilyn (Robert Fitzsimmons), Rosanne (Anthony Piselli), Joanne (Michael Bartoli), and Ann Marie (predeceased, Mike Rusin). She was an amazing Nonie and best friend to Farra, Carly (Nathaniel Oelsner), Krista (Kyra de Lege), Vanessa, and Michaela (Tyler Matthews).
Dear sister of Doris (predeceased, Jack Laking), Donald (Mari predeceased), and Myrna (Gerry Regimbald). Loving sister-in-law to Frank (Rose, both predeceased), Valentino (Violet, both predeceased), Albert (predeceased), Rose, and Delphine (Armand Sbrega predeceased).
Special friend to Ellen and Bruno Blasutti, Linda and Richard Chenier, Jackie Labre, George Boucher, Pauline McKinley, Noella Allaire, and many more.
The family would like to thank her homecare workers, who gave her the ability to remain in her own home as long as she did. We would also like to thank the staff on the 8th floor at Health Sciences North for the wonderful care they provided to Elaine over these past few months. In Elaine’s own words, she was “treated like a Queen”.
2020 has not been the best year for our family. Covid made her passing that much more difficult as many of us were not able to physically visit her in the hospital. We are extremely fortunate for the time we did have with her, and we are at peace knowing she is reunited with Mario and her darling Ann Marie.
Nonie – Save the last dance for us!
In lieu of flowers, donations to the Sudbury Therapeutic Riding Program or the Maison McCulloch Hospice would be appreciated.
Resting at the
Lougheed Funeral Home
4605 Michelle Drive, Hanmer
Friends may call 4-8pm Monday.
Funeral Mass in
Our Lady of Peace Church
Tuesday, August 25th, 2020 at 11am.
Interment in the family plot at the Capreol Cemetery.
Due to COVID-19 Pandemic directives, 50 people or fewer are permitted in the visitation room, and 60 or fewer in the church. Face masks are mandatory. For donations or messages of condolence, www.lougheed.org.
Rest In Peace—Hector PROULX (updated)
It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Hector Proulx at the age of 89, on January 15th, 2020 at Guelph General Hospital.
He was predeceased by his parents Henry and Aurore Proulx. Predeceased by sisters Lucille, Carmen and Isabelle and his brother Gerald. Survived by numerous nieces and nephews. He retired from CN Rail in 1989 after 42 years of service. This left him more time to enjoy what he loved best, being out in nature. There were lots of stories about blue berry picking and cutting wood with his friend Guy Gagnon.
We know he is smiling now as he sits in a field of blue picking blueberries that were, as he used to say, “As big as your thumb.”
Thank you to the staff and residents of Riverside Glen for the care and friendship you showed him during his time in Guelph. Thanks to the paramedics, nurses and doctors of Guelph General Hospital for their compassion and words of comfort.
A memorial service will be held at the Lougheed Funeral Home, 4506 Michelle Dr., Hanmer on Saturday, September 19th, 2020 at 1:30pm. Friends may gather after 1pm Saturday followed by the interment in the Capreol Cemetery.
Rest In Peace—Richard MAZZUCA
The family announces with great sadness the passing of Richard Mazzuca at Maison McCulloch Hospice, Thursday, August 20, 2020 at the age of 52 years. He leaves behind his wife Lynn and children Alexander and Mila.
Richard was the son of Rudy and Lynda Mazzuca, and brother to Shelly Mazzuca-Rumball (John). He leaves behind Gisèle and Gord Nichol, Rhéal and Diane Leblanc, Pierre (Julie-Ann) Leblanc, Eileen (Ollie) Gorman, Jennifer Nichol, Andrea (Bud) Dzuirban, and Cindy Mathieu as well as his nieces and nephews.
During Richard’s palliative care, Lynn, Alexander and Mila were blessed to be part of the Maison McCulloch Hospice family. We will always be grateful for this.
In keeping with the family’s wishes a private funeral Mass will be held. Donations to the Maison McCulloch Hospice (by cheque or online) will be appreciated. Funeral arrangements entrusted to the COOPERATIVE FUNERAL HOME, Sudbury. www.cooperativefuneralhome.ca
Rest In Peace—Sharon Louise BRAZEAU
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Sharon Louise Brazeau on July 31, 2020. She passed away in the comfort of her own home surrounded by her family.
Predeceased by her husband, Gilles Brazeau. Loving mother of Rodney Brazeau (Tiffany) and Renée Ross (Jamie), stepmother to Angela Briere (Mike) and Grandmother to Andrew, Matthew, Gabriel, Connor, Parker, and Mason. Special aunt to Michael (Ginny) and Kelly (Sam) as well as many great nieces and nephews.
Sharon loved to spend time with her family and cherished her church, Trinity United in Capreol. She will greatly miss her outings to the Sudbury Theatre Centre with her special Capreol girls and fun outings with many friends.
In keeping with Sharon’s wishes, there will be no service or visitation. A celebration of life will take place at a later date. Special Thanks to our amazing nurses from Bayshore, especially Kelly Adams. Sharon received excellent care from Palliative Care Nurse Practitioner Daniele Drouin and her team at Maison McCulloch Hospice.
Memorial donations can be made to either the Maison McCulloch Hospice or the Trinity United Church in Capreol. Arrangements have been entrusted to Ranger’s Cremation and Burial Services Ltd. Online condolences can be posted at www.RangersSudbury.com
Rest In Peace—Rodolphe (Rudy) Edward LABELLE
Rodolphe Labelle passed away at Falconbridge Extendicare, Wednesday, August 5, 2020 at the age of 78 years.
Beloved son of Edward and Gabrielle Labelle (both predeceased). Dear brother of Betté and Aline of Hanmer. Cherished husband of Dianne Labelle (née Souliere). Loving father of Michel and Raymond (predeceased) Labelle, grandfather to Zachary and Alysha.
He was a loving man who was always active and enjoyed life to the fullest. Rudy will be sadly missed by family and friends. Thank you to the staff at Falconbridge Extendicare. Cremation services by Simple Wishes of the North – Sudbury.
Rest In Peace—Neil “Bud” TRAIN
Train, Neil, Irving, “Bud”, age 77, formerly of Capreol, passed away peacefully on July 30, 2020 in Hamilton Ontario. He was born March 28, 1943, in Capreol, Ontario to Neil and Barbara (Stoltz ) Train. Bud will be lovingly remembered by his sister Patricia (Jack) Desrochers, William (Katy), John (Mena), Robert (Ida), David, and John Jr., and many many nieces and nephews.
Bud spent his early years in Capreol, working in the Capreol Hotel along side his father/owner. The latter part of his working life was spent in Hamilton where he worked for many years until retirement from St. Peter’s Hospital.
Bud lived a simple but very happy life. He had an uncanny ability to reach people in a deep, positive way. He always took the time to listen and help others in any way he could. He touched so many people’s lives in so many ways with his kind heart.
Bud will be deeply missed by all his family and many friends.
Cremation to follow
Rest In Peace—Darlene BELAIRE (Hoffman)
Beloved wife of Armand Belaire predeceased. Loving mother of Kevin Belaire (Lou-Ann), Ricky Belaire predeceased, Steven Belaire (Irene), and Brian Belaire (Deanna). Cherished grandmother of Brandon, Lacey, Christopher, Rebecca (Selacia), and Brady. Dear daughter of the late Alfred and Pearl (Vaillancourt) Hoffman both predeceased. Dear sister of Percy Hoffman (Jeannine), Wally Hoffman (Patsy), Terry Hoffman (Donna), Armand Gallagher (Lucy), and Gladys Ryan (Kevin). Special sister in law to Jeanie O’Malley (Gary predeceased) and Iona Blackley (Don). Sadly missed by dear family friend Colleen Dole Belaire.
Funeral Service in the Lougheed Funeral Home Hanmer/Capreol Chapel
4605 Michelle Dr. Hanmer. Tuesday, June 30th, 2020 at 1pm. Interment in the Capreol Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations to Diabetes Canada would be appreciated.
Friends may call after 10:30am Tuesday. Due to COVID-19 Pandemic Directives, 50 people or fewer may attend the visitation and service. Facemasks are mandatory.
For donations and messages of condolence, www.lougheed.org.
Rest In Peace—Sally MURPHY
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Sally Murphy (nee Sweezey), 83 years of age, at Health Sciences North on Monday, July 20, 2020.
Beloved wife of Gerald Murphy. Loving mother of Alan (Theresa), and Gary (Pauline). Cherished grandmother of Ben (Veronica), and Steven (Christine). Dear sister of Boyd Sweezey (predeceased) and missed by her nieces Lori, Susan, and their families. Sally will be remembered by Gerald’s siblings Mary, Doug, Paul, Dave and their families. Sally was a great cook and homemaker, who always enjoyed going to the Sunday service at the United Church in Capreol.
As per her request, there will be no visitation or service. A Celebration of Sally’s Life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations made directly to the Alzheimer Society would be greatly appreciated. Arrangements have been entrusted to Ranger’s Cremation and Burial Services Ltd.
Rest In Peace—Sheldon John KELLY
After his courageous battle with cancer, Sheldon Kelly, age 63, of Winnipeg, MB, passed away on Sunday, July 12, 2020. He is survived by his wife Suellen Kelly; son, Nicholas Kelly; daughter, Sydney Winter (nee Kelly); son-in law, Steven Winter; granddaughter, Sophie Winter; sister, Valerie Tryon; brother-in-law, Allan Tryon and niece Allison Tryon.
Rest In Peace—William Freddrick ORR
In loving memory of William Freddrick Orr who passed away peacefully at the Mindemoya Hospital on Sunday, June 28, 2020 at the age of 85.
Beloved husband of 62 years of Barbara Anne Orr (nee Fraser) (predeceased). Loving father of Janice (Marc), Billy (Anita), David (predeceased) and Don (Adeline). Cherished grandfather of Holley, Amanda, Karly, Riley and Haley. Great-grandfather to many great-grandchildren. Predeceased by his parents Russell and Edna Orr. Survived by his sisters Minnie and Elsie. Predeceased by his siblings Russell, Carl, Howard, Caroline and Eila. Bill will be missed by his many nieces, nephews, family members and friends.
Bill was born in Hornepayne, Ontario where he grew up. He married his wife Barbara of 62 years in Hornepayne. Bill worked for Canadian National Railway for 42 years before retiring to Manitoulin Island. Bill enjoyed hunting, fishing and spending time in the bush. As per Bill’s wishes, a private burial will be held on the Island. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Mindemoya Hospital Auxiliary.
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Life’s Railroad To Heaven
Life is like a railroad,
With an engineer that’s brave.
We must make the run successful,
From the cradle to the grave.
You will roll up the grades of trial,
You will cross the bridge of strife.
See that Christ is your conductor
On the lightning train of life.
Always mindful of obstructions.
Do not falter, Do not fail.
Keep your hand upon the throttle
And your eye upon the rail.
Rest In Peace—Bob BIRNIE
Bob passed away Sunday, 21 June, 2020, at the age of 86.
His ashes will be buried on Tuesday June 30th 2:00 P.M. at the Capreol Cemetery. All friends welcome.
Rest In Peace—Paul LAVIGUEUR
It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Paul Lavigueur on Wednesday, June 3, 2020.
Beloved husband of Linda Lavigueur (McCormick) predeceased. Loving father to Dawn (Mark Tocholke) and Greg (Theresa Bohan). Paul was cherished by his grandchildren Amanda, Meghan, Kendall, Julia, and Benson. Dear son of Philias and Dorothy Lavigueur both predeceased and brother to Teresa McCrae (Jim) and Brian (predeceased).
Paul retired from the Power Department at INCO to live at his residence at the family camp with Linda. He enjoyed a lifetime of camping and fishing. Paul volunteered at the Capreol Legion Branch 179. He was looking forward to the next fish fry. Paul was always willing to help anyone as he was a Jack of all Trades. He will be missed by his family, friends, and his furry companion Bo.
A celebration of life will be held at a later date. Donations in memory of Paul can be made to the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 179 (Capreol) or the Ontario SPCA. Arrangements entrusted to the Lougheed Funeral Home, www.lougheed.org.
Rest In Peace—Irene WATTERS
With sadness our family announces the passing of our mother Ethel Irene Watters, mother of 9, grandmother of 17, great-grandmother of 9 and great-great-grandmother of 6.
Beloved wife of the late Percy Watters, loving mother of Leona Greene (Vander predeceased), Romana and Jack Boyd (both predeceased), Marlene Paul (Bruce predeceased), Linda Ross (Leo), Susan Lammi (Fred), Stanley Watters (predeceased), Jim Watters (Ruth), Raymond Watters (predeceased)(Marion), Steve Watters (Janis), also predeceased by her brother Art Skinner (Florence) and sisters Marg Orser (Jim) and Betty Graham (Lyle).
Mom was born in York Twp. Toronto in 1917. There she met and married Dad in 1938, they moved to Norman Twp in 1944.
A special thank you to the P.S.W.s, Nurses and all who helped in caring for Mom at Pioneer Manor. We know her wit, her sense of humor, her determination and her appearance kept all of you on your toes and we thank you for your patience and understanding. Sadly missed by all her family and friends.
A Private family interment will be held in the Capreol Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to Cystic Fibrosis Canada or the Northern Cancer Foundation would be appreciated.
Arrangements entrusted to the Jackson and Barnard Funeral Home, Sudbury
Rest In Peace—Joseph Robert Samuel “Bobby” GELINAS
It is with profound sadness that we say goodbye to Bobby, who fought as hard as he could against severe health issues over the last few years until his body had enough. He was in his 75th year. A loving brother, uncle and brother-in-law, he was pre-deceased by his mother Kathleen and his father Maurice and siblings Joe, Eddy and Carol-Ann. Loving brother to sisters Glenda, Helen, Sandra, Susan and brother Norm.
Being a young gay man in the 70s and early 80s wasn’t an easy life but as a true testament to his character, he refused to hide who he was. He took action to live the life he wanted and to live the life he was supposed to live. He was an inspiration to many. Bobby lived big and loved big no matter the consequences. He was a proud uncle who held his 26 nieces and nephews, as well as his great and great-great nieces and nephews, close to his heart. He loved to tease them and seemed to find great pleasure in getting them into trouble with their parents. He was so proud to hear about their successes and accomplishments. He never failed to make them laugh and always made them feel they were special to him. Bobby loved disco, loved dancing and loved to party – cranking up the tunes on one of his prized stereos, not only listening to but singing along with his favorite divas – Céline, Babs, and Patsy, to name a few.
Although born and raised in the small CN town of Capreol, he loved to travel and he lived in sunny hot places like Hawaii and San Diego where he worked as a bartender before settling in Vancouver. He had a love for the west and bought a house in Saskatchewan, where he lived until his health and missing his family brought him to St. Luke’s Independent Living Retirement Home in Cambridge.
Bobby will be remembered for always trying to make a person feel good with a compliment or a kind deed; his non-stop chatter; his teasing, joking and deep laughter; his phone calls and never-ending voicemails with Gloria Gaynor’s “I will Survive” and a chirping bird in the background; his 4 sugar, 3 cream McDonald’s coffees; and his passion for bees, insects, butterflies and birds. We love you Bobby and we miss you already. In lieu of flowers, donations to the AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo & Area (acckwa.com) would be appreciated.
Funeral Service in the Lougheed Funeral Home, Hanmer/Capreol Chapel, 4605 Michelle Drive, Hanmer, on Thursday, June 11th, 2020 at 11am. Due to COVID-19 directives, 10 people or fewer may attend. Interment in the Capreol Cemetery. For donations and messages of condolence, www.lougheed.org.
Rest In Peace—Ronnie Kline
We have been unable to find an obituary for Mr. Kline. If anyone has a copy or knows where it can be located please contact us. Thank you.
Rest In Peace—Elizabeth Marianne BAILLARGEON
It is with great sadness the Baillargeon family announces with sorrow the passing of our mother Elizabeth Marianne Baillargeon on March 30, 2020, at the age of 80.
She was born in Longlac ON, daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth (Ishkwaanden) Dore. Beloved wife of Jacques Baillargeon (predeceased). Loving mother of Michel (Lynette) of Barrie, Line (Denis) of Capreol, Chantal (Norm) of Hanmer, Jack (Tracy) of Garson, Eric of Capreol, Pascale (Chris) of Sudbury. Dear sister Judy Rasevych (nee Dore) and Predeceased by her siblings Linus, Isabelle Levina and Joey. Cherished grandmother of Aleah. Jorden. Jessica, Chris, Tasha, Calvin, Tiffany, Shane, Dustyn, Kayla, Austin, Braydon, Willow, Faith, Ethan, Kaylee, Justin, Bradley, Matthew, Isaiah, Alissa, Kyarah, Malachi. Loving great- grandmother of Ryley, Madyson, Trista, Jorgia-Lee, Varyk, Lilly, Rylan, Nicholas, Connor, Jayden, Addilynn, Cayden, Jaimielyn, Landyn, Grayson and Anastasia.
She had a true passion for religion and loved helping those in need with a prayer. She loved her family. There was a lot of love in our mom’s life. Even though she is gone now, we know that her legacy will live in our hearts forever. Her life was a living example of a Bible verse Ephesians 4:32 “And be kind and compassionate to one another, forgive one another, just as God also forgave you in Christ.”
Due to unforeseen circumstances we cannot have a funeral. We will have a celebration of life at a later date. Special Thanks to our cousins Tammy and Deacon Micheal Robinson for the live Facebook church service on April 3, 2020. She would have loved it. Our mother Elizabeth will be missed by many. Psalm 23:4 “Even though I walk through the Valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they will comfort.” Amen
Arrangements entrusted to the Lougheed Funeral Home.
Rest In Peace—James Conrad (Jim/Duke) WEBSTER
It is with profound sadness our family shares the passing of James “Jim/Duke” Webster suddenly at his home in Capreol on May 1, 2020. Jim was only 79, but has joined his beloved Christine Webster (predeceased 2004), his best friend and wife of 43 years.
Jim was a supportive and loving husband, father, and grandfather who adored his family and the Toronto Maple Leafs equally. There may have been the odd day when the scales tipped in the Leaf’s favour. Jim enjoyed engaging in conversations with friends and neighbours and always had a story to share. He took great pride in his home and lawn where the grass was manicured with a level and scissors. He looked forward to his adventures and excursions with family and could spend hours shopping with grandkids. He was an avid dancer with moves for days and a singing voice that entertained the family. Jim was fortunate to have found love and life with Carolyn Fortin for the last 12 years, even during hockey season.
Jim was born in Kirkland Lake, Ontario October 9, 1940 son of James and Rita, brother to Daniel and Jackie (predeceased). He married Christine Olive Yaworski, the love of his life, in Kirkland Lake in 1960 and the journey began. His career involved policing and the gas industry where he retired from in 1999. His family will be eternally grateful for his legacy of love include his four children Lorrie (Paul) Sabourin, Wendi (Dale) MacCormack, Lisa (Robert) Smith, and Jamie (Amanda); his grandchildren Jennifer (Gilles) Paul, Amanda (Brenton) Dukeshire, Jesse (Natalie) Hawrelluk, Joel (Cassy) Hawrelluk, Joshua (Natalie) Webster, Kylee (Ken) MacCormack, and Cassidy Smith; and his great grandchildren Emma, Maxine, Benjamin, Jaxen, Taryn, Tanner, Robyn, Mackena, Mya, Cameron, Abel, Luca, Nova, Nathan, Natalia, Noah, Nolan and baby Hawrelluk arriving in June.
Although his passing brings a tremendous loss for all, we find comfort and solace in his reuniting with our Mom and will be laid to rest with her in Kirkland Lake. We share with you the message that hangs in his kitchen-‘Live Well, Laugh Often, and Love Much’ especially in these challenging times. There will be a celebration of life at a later date. The family would like to thank the Paramedics, Police Officers and neighbors for their compassion and support. In Jim’s memory and in lieu of flowers, donations to Health Sciences North Foundation would be appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to the Cooperative Funeral Home, Sudbury.
Rest In Peace—Barbara Anne ORR
In Loving Memory of Barbara Anne Orr (nee Fraser) who passed away peacefully at the Mindemoya Hospital with her husband at her side on Tuesday, April 21, 2020 at the age of 84.
Beloved wife of 62 years to Bill Orr. Loving mother of Janice (Mark), Billy (Anita), David (predeceased), and Don (Adeline). Cherished grandmother of Karly, Riley, and Haley. Predeceased by her parents Rolo Fraser and Elizabeth Fraser (nee Barr). Will be missed by her siblings: Ruth (predeceased), Don (predeceased), and Caroline. Barb will be missed by many nieces, nephews, family members, and friends.
Barb was born on the Wilson farm in Spring Bay. She taught Grades 1 through 8 in a one-room schoolhouse in Poplar in 1955 when she was only 19 years old. Barb was always a very generous and caring teacher. She also taught in Capreol. She later moved to Hornepayne where she met the love of her life, Bill. They were married in July of 1957. When she moved back to Manitoulin she became very involved in the history of Central Manitolin. She served in the Historical Society where she was instrumental in telling the stories of some of the old buildings. She also taught Sunday School at the Mindemoya Missionary church where she won an award. She was also a member of the Horticultural Society and served as secretary of the Seniors’ Club. In her spare time she loved flowers, gardening, and playing the piano. When she was growing up she would play the piano everyday with her father. Barb’s favourite Psalm was Psalm 91.
A private service was held at Island Funeral Home on Friday, April 24, 2020 at 11am with Pastor Ray Kloetstra officiating. Burial followed in the Mindemoya Cemetery. Donations may be made to the Mindemoya Hospital Auxiliary or to the Mindemoya Missionary Church.
Rest In Peace—Ida-May WENDORF
Rest In Peace—Rhoda LE CAPPELAIN
Rhoda Le Cappelain passed away peacefully April 8, 2020 at Pine Grove Care Centre in Kamloops BC. She was predeceased by her husband Albert and lovingly remembered by her son, Brian Le Cappelain, daughter-in law, Karen, and grandchildren, David & Cheri, as well as nieces and nephews.
Rhoda was born in 1925 in Hornepayne. She lived in Capreol from early 1950’s till 1978 when Lowphos Ore mine closed .While in Capreol she was active as a bookkeeper for a number local businesses and St Albans Parish. Rhoda and Albert moved to Logan Lake in 1978 where Albert worked at Lornex Mine (Now Highland Valley Copper). She maintained contact with many friends from Capreol .
She continued her community work in Logan Lake with Search & Rescue and was the Area co-ordinator for the Province of BC Emergency program. She was also appointed a Canon in the Anglican Church where she was very active until a stroke required her to move into long term care.
Memorial services are postponed due to the current Covid 19 issues.
Rest In Peace—John PETROFF
It’s with great sadness we announce the passing of John Petroff on April 8, 2020, 88 years old of Manitoulin Island and formally of Capreol.
Predeceased by his parents Pete and Anna Petroff of Brent. Survived by his wife Marilyne (nee Stein), son’s Bryan (Cathy), Terry (Ann Marie), Allan (predeceased) and Donny (Cindy). Cherished grandfather of Elliott, Issic, Paul (Priscilla), Shannon (Jeremy VanDenbroek), Russell, Avery and Savannah. Dear brother of Eileen Deering (Jack) from Ottawa both predeceased and brother in law of Donna and Robert Mersereau. Dear uncle of Adele Deering (Jim Tays) and their children Peter and Aaryn and Jeffery (Marlenee) Deering.
John started his railroad career as a Hostler in Capreol then went to Hornepayne to become a Locomotive Engineer. He moved back to Capreol as an engineer for 38 years, retiring in 1989. John enjoyed fishing, boating, gardening and spending time at their summer home on Manitoulin Island and his beloved homestead in Brent (Cedar Lake).
A celebration of Life will be held at a future date when the restrictions for Covid-19 have been lifted. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Jackson and Barnard Funeral Home. For messages of condolence, www.lougheed.org
Rest In Peace—John ‘Satch’ COLASIMONE
It is with heavy hearts we announcing the passing of John “Satch” Colasimone who passed away peacefully at home on April 11th at the age of 65.
John was born on October 20th, in Sudbury to Henry and Thelma Colasimone (predeceased). John is survived by his wife, Christine, and children Johnny (Kali) and Catherine (Mitch).
Loving brother of Audrey (predeceased), Norm (Joyce) Colasimone, Arlene (Jim) McBride, Raymond (Susie) Colasimone, Beverley (Barry) MacDonald, Rhonda (Robert) Greco, June (Frank) Healy, Perry Colasimone and Bernice Colasimone (Danny). He will be missed by his many nieces and nephews and many close friends like Al, Doc, Huck, and Judi.
He enjoyed a lifelong career at Canadian National Railway, where he made many long-lasting friendships, and worked many different roles ultimately retiring as a Train Master. He was very passionate about the town of Capreol where he served on the local council, spearheaded the Save the Rail campaign, sat on the Capreol CAN Committee, and co-founded the Capreol Daycare. Despite all of these roles, his favorite position was being the Assitant Super Attendant of Ella Lake. Ella lake was his favorite place, spending all his summers on the Hanky Panky Sandpan and where he created the Back 40 for all of us to enjoy amazing music and create memories to last a lifetime. We know he will forever be watching all the concerts at the Back 40 with us.
There will be a celebration of life at a later date when we can all get come together in his memory.
Rest In Peace—Steven Leo LEPKI
It is with deep sadness we announce the passing of Steven Lepki in Harlingen Texas on March 22 at the age of 69 years.
Beloved husband Lise Lepki. Predeceased by his mother Hermance (Proulx) and father Wilfred. Loving father of Judith (predeceased), David in Sudbury and Eric in Harlingen Texas. Cherished grandfather to Nathaniel (Samantha) and Lauren in Sudbury. Dear brother of Susan (Gerald McMillian predeceased) of Sudbury, Mark (Tracey) of Capreol and Paula (Todd Campbell) of North Bay. Dearest brother in-law of Rachelle and Gary Kuzyk of North Bay.
Steven grew up and was raised in Capreol Ontario and then moved to Harlingen Texas in 1990.
Rest In Peace—Shelley Jayne PAGE
Peacefully passed away on Monday March 9, 2020 at the age of 58. Shelley joins her spouse and partner of 35 years, Rod Albert who predeceased her on March 2, 2020. Sadly missed by her siblings Brenda Carey, Debbie Lynch and Brent Page.
Shelley was born in Cochrane, Ontario on May 26, 1961, the youngest of four children. Raised and educated in Capreol, Shelley was not only a gifted student, but an all-around athlete excelling in basketball, cross-country running, badminton, tennis, golf and softball. Her love and passion for sports was only exceeded by her life-long love of learning. After graduating from the University of Toronto with a Master’s Degree in English, Shelley became an English secondary school teacher in 1985. Her passion for teaching and the quality of public education led to her early involvement with the Ontario Secondary School Teacher’s Federation in her Durham local. Local leadership led to provincial leadership and in 2010, Shelley was hired by OSSTF as an Executive Assistant serving the needs of members across Ontario. Shelley worked primarily in the area of collective bargaining where she was a strong and articulate advocate for members. She proudly served her Union for almost 10 years.
Shelley maintained a life-long commitment to fitness, especially long-distance running. She loved hiking and working out. Her enjoyment of hiking in the Rockies and on Manitoulin Island led to her love of Nature and to a profound commitment to the Nature Conservancy of Canada. Shelley enjoyed her Manitoulin property more than anything else for the last 25 years. If you were her friend it meant that you were invited to THE COTTAGE, a rare privilege!
The Nature Conservancy of Canada is working to conserve another tract of land on Manitoulin Island, which ultimately will include the Shelley Page Turtle Trail in honour of Shelley’s passion for nature and the island. Manitoulin Island is one of the most biologically rich areas of Ontario, making it a high priority for conservation. To contribute to this project in honour of Shelley, please call The Nature Conservancy at : 1-800-465-8005 and ask that your donation go to the Shelley Page Turtle Trail
All are welcomed to the MCEACHNIE FUNERAL HOME (28 Old Kingston Rd. Ajax) 905-428-8488 to remember Shelley and her partner Rod on Saturday April 4, 2020 from 2pm until the time of memorial service in the chapel at 4pm. Online condolences may be made at www.mceachniefuneral.ca
Rest In Peace—Donna NICOLLS
In Loving Memory of Donna Nicolls, February 16th, 1954 – February 24th, 2020.
Beloved wife of Harry Nicolls. Loving mother of Tammy (Mike), Colleen, Tracy (Kyle), Amy, Samantha (predeceased) and Brian (predeceased). Cherished grandmother of Vanessa, Brandon, Nathan, Alexandra, Natasha, Jordan, Isaiah, Jeremy, Aiden, Toni, Olivia, Hailey, Joshua, Emily, Jayden, Ramzey, and great-grandchildren Caleb, Evah, and Elijah. Dear daughter of Bertha Wheeler (Ambrose) and Raymond Wheeler (predeceased). Dear sister of Edward (Linda), Gord (Gail), and Max (predeceased).
Funeral Service in the Lougheed Funeral Home, Hanmer/Capreol Chapel 4605 Michelle Drive, Hanmer Friday, February 28th, 2020 at 2:30pm. (Friends may call after 1:30pm Friday). Interment in the Capreol Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to Emily, Jayden, and Ramzey’s Trust Fund would be appreciated.
Rest In Peace—Samantha NICOLLS
In Loving Memory of Samantha Nicolls, October 3rd, 1981 – February 21st, 2020.
Lovingly remembered by Rick. Beloved mother of Emily (Matty), Jayden, and Ramzey, and cherished grandmother of Elijah. Loving daughter of Harry Nicolls and Donna Nicolls (deceased). Dear sister of Tammy (Mike), Colleen, Tracy (Kyle), Amy, and Brian (predeceased). Sadly missed by many nieces and nephews, aunts and uncles, cousins, friends, and her grandmother Bertha Wheeler (Ambrose).
Funeral Service in the Lougheed Funeral Home, Hanmer/Capreol Chapel 4605 Michelle Drive, Hanmer Friday, February 28th, 2020 at 2:30pm. (Friends may call after 1:30pm Friday). Interment in the Capreol Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to Emily, Jayden, and Ramzey’s Trust Fund would be appreciated.
Rest In Peace—Elie Hector PROULX
It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Hector Proulx at the age of 89, on January 15th, 2020 at Guelph General Hospital.
He was predeceased by his parents Henry and Aurore Proulx. Predeceased by sisters Lucille, Carmen and Isabelle and brother Gerald.
Survived by numerous nieces and nephews.
He retired from CN Rail in 1989 after 42 years of service. This left him more time to enjoy what he loved best, being out in nature. There were lots of stories about blueberry picking and cutting wood with his friend Guy Gagnon.
We know he is smiling now as he sits in a field of blue picking blueberries that were, as he used to say, “As big as your thumb.”
Thank you to the staff and residents of Riverside Glen for the care and friendship you showed him during his time in Guelph.
Thanks to the paramedics, nurses and doctors of Guelph General Hospital for their compassion and words of comfort.
A memorial service and interment will take place in Capreol, Ontario with the date to be announced later.
Rest In Peace—Bruce GAMBLE
In loving memory of Bruce Gamble who passed away, surrounded by his loving family, at Maison McCulloch Hospice, Wednesday, February 5th, 2020, at the age of 83 years.
Son of the late Wilfred and the late Harriet (née Hennessy) Gamble. He is now reunited with his beloved wife and dancing partner of 63 years Eliane Gamble (née Prévost) predeceased on September 23rd, 2019. Proud father of two caring daughters that were at his side until the end, Marlene Côté (Victor Wright) of Cochrane and Lorraine Beadman of Capreol. His two grandsons that he both called ‘‘Sport’’, Ryan Heatherington of Smooth Rock Falls and Brad Beadman (Ellen Somers) of Halifax, NS., and his granddaughter that he called ‘‘Sunshine’’, who held his hand until his passing, Kristy Beadman (Camille Lemieux) of Capreol will forever cherish fond memories of him. He was also blessed with great-grand-children Rylan, Jérémie, Alexandre, and Jonah. Beloved brother of Mary Walker (late Bill) of North Bay. He will be missed by his sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, friends, and by his dog Daisy.
Bruce was a passionate trucker and enjoyed the road. He loved to tell stories, jokes, and reminisce of his many adventures. In his younger days, he flew his Cessna plane discovering Cochrane from an aerial view. He loved dancing the night away with his beautiful soulmate Eliane. An avid outdoorsman and fisherman, he loved spending time on Ryan’s Lake. He also enjoyed camping with his family at René Brunelle Provincial Park in Moonbeam. He will be remembered for his willingness to help others and for his great sense of humor. He loved gardening and watching the hockey game on television and at the arena.
The family would like to extend their gratitude to the caring staff at Maison McCulloch Hospice for their dedication and love expressed to Bruce.
A private family service will take place at a later date. Interment of cremated remains will take place in the Cochrane Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to the COOPERATIVE FUNERAL HOME, Hanmer, ON. Donations (cheque only) towards the Maison McCulloch Hospice or to the René Brunelle Provincial Park for Disability Upgrades would be greatly appreciated. To make a donation in memory of Bruce & Eliane Gamble, please complete the form: http://www.ontarioparks.com/pdf/donate/donation_form.pdf and make the cheque payable to: Minister of Finance – Ontario Parks.
Rest In Peace—Patricia PITRE
In Loving Memory of Patricia Clara Pitre (nee Harvey) 96 years Peacefully, Sunday, January 26th, 2020 at Pioneer Manor, Sudbury.
Beloved wife of Alcide Joseph Pitre predeceased October 30th, 2004. Loving mother of Teresa Ayerst (Larry), Diana Mathany (John), Russell Pitre (Charlotte), Philip predeceased 1985, and David (Brenda). Cherished grandmother of Terry Lee (Claude), Glenn (Linda), Darrin (Carole), Mark (Tiina), Todd (Kim), David (Melissa), Ashley (Ryan), Lisa, and Tyrell. Loving great-grandmother to Lauryn, Ryan, Patrick, Matthew, Andrew, Alexandra, Hannah, Olivia, Audrea, Gabriel, Joshua, and James. Dear daughter of Russell and Marie (nee Shayer) Harvey both predeceased. Special sister in law to Aleitha Pitre. Sadly missed by loving nieces and nephews.
Patricia married Alcide in 1942 in Capreol, where they raised their five children.
Patricia enjoyed reading, television, and puzzles, and was devoted to her loving family.
The family expresses their appreciation to the staff at Pioneer Manor, Dr. McAllister, and Dr. Gill for their excellent care and support. Resting at the Lougheed Funeral Home, Hanmer/Capreol Chapel 4605 Michelle Drive, Hanmer (Friends may call 6:30pm to 9pm, and after 9:30am Friday) Funeral Mass in Our Lady of Peace Church, Capreol Friday, January 31st, 2020 at 11am. Interment in the family plot at the Capreol Cemetery.
Donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Maison McCulloch Hospice would be appreciated. For donations and messages of condolence, www.lougheed.org.
Rest In Peace—Sue Ann GRIFFITH
In Loving Memory of Sue Ann Griffith 71 years. Passed away peacefully on Monday, January 20th, 2020 at Extendicare York. She left behind her family Gillies Moise and loving children Griff Moise of Capreol and Tara Moise-McVeety (Ryan McVeety) of Redbridge and the loving Nana of Landen McVeety. Sue Ann is predeceased by her parents Thelma and Doug Griffith and her sister Holly Griffith. She will be sadly missed by her beloved Cat Houdini.
There will be no visitation or service. Cremation will take place with a private family gathering at a later date.
Donations to the NEO Kids Foundation or the Northern Cancer Foundation – Cancer Center would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements entrusted to Sudbury Park Lawn Cremation Service.
Rest In Peace—Doreen ARDIEL
In Loving memory of Doreen Evelyn Ardiel (nee Windrim) 92 years Tuesday January 14t, 2020 at Extendicare Falconbridge, Sudbury.
Beloved wife of Orval Ardiel predeceased. Loving mother of Karen (Mike Sawyer), Debra (Michael Dashnay) and Tracy (Dean Konrad). Cherished grandmother of Alanna, David, Elwood, Robin, Christopher, Lindsay, Justin and great grandchildren Sara, Kayla, Jared, Thomas, Brandon, Curtis, Calvin, Jessica, Ayden, Danilynn, Gwen, Connor and great great grandchildren Jamie and Landon. Dear daughter of Cecil and Sarah (Shaw) Windrim both predeceased. Dear sister of Jane McCron (husband Robert), Elwood Windrim predeceased (wife Jean), Velma Arnold (husband Allie) both predeceased. Sadly missed by many nieces and nephews.
The family thanks Doreen’s special friend Angel McKee and all the staff, especially Rita at Extendicare Falconbridge for their excellent care and support, and the staff at Pharmasave at Hanmer Mall for their excellent service and help.
In lieu of flowers, donations to Maison McCulloch Hospice, Sudbury Breast Cancer Survivors or Alzheimer Society. Funeral Service at the Lougheed Funeral Home Hanmer/Capreol Chapel 4605 Michelle Drive, Hanmer Saturday January 18th, 2020 at 2:30pm Cremation with interment in the family plot at South River Friends may call after 12:30pm Saturday
Rest In Peace—John D. PIANOSI
John was a devoted husband to Sheila (Orasi) for 52 years, and a loving father to Marie, and to the late Vicki-Lynn. He cherished his role as Nonno to Vicki and David’s children, Ben, Jillian, and Joey. John was the first born in his large family, and will be missed by his siblings Jean Beaudet (the late Andre), Margaret Faye (Peter), Barb Jennings (Greg), Pauline Welsh, Jim Pianosi (Ann Coles), David Pianosi (Aimee), and Gary Pianosi (Lucy). Dear brother in law to Shirley Orasi (John Hynes), and a beloved uncle to dozens of nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his sisters Diane Henderson (Randy) and Mary Ann, and by his parents Ezio & Olvide (Biondi).
John was a dedicated teacher and principal, who inspired generations of students throughout the Greater Sudbury area. His many friends in Capreol and Sudbury will have fond memories of floor hockey, bowling, and sharing funny stories.
Resting at the Jackson and Barnard Funeral Home 233 Larch Street, Sudbury (Friends may call 2-4; 6-8pm Tuesday with parish prayers 3pm Tuesday). Funeral Mass in Our Lady of Hope Church 591 Brennan Road, Sudbury Wednesday, January 15th, 2020 at 10:30am. Cremation at the Park Lawn Crematorium.
In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of John to the Cardiac Inpatient Fund at Health Sciences North would be most appreciated. Online donations can be made at www.hsnfoundation.com, and for donations and messages of condolence, www.lougheed.org.
Rest In Peace—Ann Marie Mazzuca
Let us tell you a story about a true warrior.
In 2003, our beloved Ann Marie Mazzuca was told she had brain and lung cancer, and was given 9 months to live. Against insurmountable odds, she beat cancer. Unfortunately, cancer had her number and would return again 3 more times. She was often regarded as an inspiration to many other people she met at the cancer centre, who were also fighting the big fight. After an on and off battle over 17 years, she is finally at peace, and heaven gained another angel on January 8th, 2020.
Annie grew up in Capreol, and shared her father’s love of cars. She and her husband Mike owned and operated Western Valley Auto Sales for 16 years before entering retirement. She loved long car rides, poutine, cheesecake, and a fresh car wash. She especially enjoyed travelling all over North America with her sweetheart, Mike, and her trips to Panama City with Anthony and Rosanne.
She is survived by her mother, Elaine, and predeceased in 2000 by her father Mario. She leaves behind her husband Mike, who never left her side, and her wonderful stepchildren, Andrea (Sheldon Chamberlain) and Jarrett Rusin. She will be dearly missed by her sisters Marilyn (Bob Fitzsimmons), Rosanne (Anthony Piselli), and Joanne (Mike Bartoli), as well as her nieces Farra, Carly (Nathaniel Oelsner), Krista (Kyra de Lege), Vanessa, and Michaela (Tyler Matthews). She will always be remembered as “granny Annie” to her step-grandchildren, Hayden and Owen. Special sister-in-law to Karen Selk (Tim). She will be missed by the Mazzuca, Desjardins, and Rusin families, as well as her many friends. Annie and Mike cherished the time spent with their dear friends Laurie and Wayne, Cheryl and Rick, and Diane and Jeff.
A special thank you to Tina Carriere for the compassion she showed to Annie and our family during Annie’s hardest moments. The family would also like to thank Dr. Pablo Cano for your dedication to Annie over all these years.
Never once during any of her battles with cancer did she ever want sympathy or people feeling sorry for her. She was the strongest person we’ve ever known, and we will miss her very much. Although she was taken far too soon, we know she put up one hell of a fight, right up until the very end. We know she’s watching over us, saying “Quit crying and put a smile on your face,” and that’s exactly what we will try to do.
In lieu of flowers, donations to the Maison McCulloch Hospice would be appreciated.
Funeral Service in the
Lougheed Funeral Home
4605 Michelle Drive, Hanmer
Monday, January 13th, 2020 at 11am.
(Friends may call 2-5; 7-9pm Sunday and after 10am Monday).
Interment in the family plot at the Capreol Cemetery.
For donations and messages of condolence, www.lougheed.org.
Rest In Peace—Sylvia ST GEORGE
It is with sorrow the family announces the passing of Sylvia Nicole St George at the age of 38 years. She will be deeply missed by her father Raymond St Georges (Carol), mother Debra-Ann St George (née Croteau) and her big brother Shannon St George (Stephanie). Sylvia will forever be remembered by her beautiful daughter Samantha Sturgeon. She is reunited with her Papa and Nanny, Fred and Colleen Croteau. Lovingly remembered by her Nanny and Pepère Laurette and Roger Carriere. She will never be forgotten by her stepsisters, their husbands, and her large array of nieces and nephews. Sylvie will be deeply missed and fondly remembered by many Aunts, Uncles and many cousins.
Sylvia Nicole St George was born on March 9th, 1981. From the time she was born she was fierce and wild. Sylvie was spirited, beautiful and loyal to her friends and family. She loved to drive with her windows down and her music up. As the saying goes, she danced like no one was watching, and frankly, she wouldn’t have given a damn even if they were. She lived life “fast fast” with fun always in the cards. Sylvie or “Feachie Peachie” as Papa Croteau called her, loved being outside. She loved camping, canoeing and spent countless peaceful hours at Paradise Lake in Capreol.
She adored her daughter Samantha, who will keep a part of Sylvie with all of us. Sylvie and her brother Shannon had a strong bond from the time they were little, and held each other both up and accountable through all the years they were given with each other. Sylvia battled bravely against depression for much of her time here, but her life deserves to be remembered by the beauty, the artistic spirit and the spontaneity that those 38 years brought her and those around her. She was a wonderful daughter, a proud mother, a loving sister and a loyal friend.
In lieu of flowers, a Go-Fund-Me has been set up for Sylvia’s daughter, Samantha. Please visit http://gf.me/u/xap65w or search for “In memory of Sylvia; for Sammy” to donate. A celebration of life will be taking place Saturday, January 11th, 2020 at the Italian Club in Copper Cliff from 12pm to 4pm. Arrangements in care of Simple Wishes of the North, Sudbury.
Rest In Peace—John S. TYE
In Loving Memory of John Stanley Tye 68 years Monday, December 30th, 2019 at his residence. Beloved husband of 43 years of Shirley Tye (nee Jokinen). Cherished son of Jack and Ethel Tye both predeceased. Loving brother of Lual Campbell (husband Roy) of Elliot Lake. Dear brother in law of Rauno “Ron” Jokinen (Maja Jokinen) of Val Caron, Erik Jokinen (Tess) of Blind River, Ritva Sanz of Newmarket, and Caroline Jokinen of Sudbury. Sadly missed by many nieces, nephews, and their families.
John retired from PLC Department, General Motors, in Oshawa after 26 years as a licensed electrician and then worked part-time for the Applied Research Department at Cambrian College for about 9 years.
In lieu of flowers, donations to the Hannah Lake Bible Center (c/o Canadian-Finnish Evangelization Society Inc) would be appreciated.
Resting at the Jackson and Barnard Funeral Home 233 Larch Street, Sudbury (Friends may call 6-8pm Friday January 10th, 2020 and after 10am Saturday January 11th 2020). Funeral Service in the R. J. Barnard Chapel Saturday, January 11th, 2020 at 11am. Interment in the Civic Memorial Cemetery. For those unable to attend the service, it can be viewed online at www.livememorialservices.com. For donations and messages of condolence, www.lougheed.org.
Rest In Peace—Gregory ‘Gregg’ J. VAILLANCOURT
Sadly Gregg passed away on Saturday, December 14, 2019 after a courageous battle with cancer. Born in Capreol, Gregg was the son of Edgar (Tates) and Lil (predeceased) and was the second of four boys. He will be dearly missed by brothers Don (Evelyn), Bob (predeceased) (Laurie), Allan; nieces and nephew Leigh Ann, Michael V and Chantal, and loved one Michael M, as well as so many other friends and family members near and far.
Gregg was a CN rail man starting in Capreol and made many stints to the south and north building and repairing the tracks on ‘his machine’.
Gregory James – or “Leggs” to his friends – liked to read a good book, cook up great meals, go on his annual fishing trip with Don and dear friends Tony, Tom and others over the years; and to be with his brothers and his ‘sis’ E. A good part of Gregg’s life centred around the Legion spending tons of hours with his best friend ‘Cracksie’ (predeceased), helping with events, playing shuffleboard or organizing the hockey pool and sharing a few cold ones with his good friends Phil, Frank, Gerry and many others. Then there was his sweet Scarlett, you would often see him with Scarlett on his lap as she looked out the window of the car.
Very special thanks to Dr. Singh and resident Megan; JP, Stacey, Kelly and Christine who so genuinely cared about him and so kindly helped us.
In keeping with Gregg’s wishes, cremation has taken place.
A Celebration to remember Gregg will be held in the Spring at the Capreol Legion, details to be confirmed. In the meantime, please take a moment to make a toast to Gregg – may he rest in peace.
Donations in his memory can be made directly to the Capreol Legion Branch 179 at 16 Young Street, Capreol, ON P0M 1H0 or to Health Sciences North. Arrangements have been entrusted to Ranger’s Cremation and Burial Services Ltd. Online condolences can be posted at www.RangersSudbury.com
Death is nothing at all. I have only slipped away to the next room. I am I and you are you. Whatever we were to each other, That, we still are. Call me by my old familiar name. Speak to me in the easy way which you always used. Put no difference into your tone. Wear no forced air of solemnity or sorrow. Laugh as we always laughed at the little jokes we enjoyed together. Play, smile, think of me. Pray for me. Let my name be ever the household word that it always was. Let it be spoken without effect. Without the trace of a shadow on it. Life means all that it ever meant. It is the same that it ever was. There is absolute unbroken continuity. Why should I be out of mind because I am out of sight? I am but waiting for you. For an interval. Somewhere. Very near. Just around the corner. All is well.
Rest In Peace—Robert ‘Bob’ ROY
The family announces with great sorrow his passing, Friday, December 13th, 2019 at the age of 70 years.
Son of the late Leo and the late Lillian (née Roche) Roy. Loved husband of Jocelyne (née Sirard) Roy. Dear father of Tamara (Don) Molloy and Kristie (Pierre) Gionet. Cherished grandfather of Ellen (Jeffrey), Evan, Ean, Samuel and Maxim. Dear brother of Victoria (David) Ridgway, Susanne Roy, Joanne (Jon) Naismith and Mary Jane (Rene) Roy-Ephraim. Brother in law of Daniel (Sirard), Michel (Elaine) Sirard, Gaston (Arlene) Sirard and Carmen (Pierre) Rivers. Robert will also be missed by many nieces, nephews, family and friends.
The family will receive relatives and friends at the COOPERATIVE FUNERAL HOME, 4570 St-Joseph St. Hanmer, Wednesday, December 18th, 2019 from 1 to 4 p.m.
A funeral service will follow at 4 p.m. in the Cooperative Funeral Home Chapel.
Donations by cheque only to Autism Ontario, Diabetes Canada or CNIB would be greatly appreciated. www.cooperativefuneralhome.ca.
Rest In Peace—Neil David MARQUIS
A crack opened in our world yesterday, and it is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our brother and friend, Neil David Marquis, following a courageous battle with cancer.
Neil, the son of Nelson and Jean Marquis (predeceased), was born in Capreol, Ontario. The second of seven children, Neil recalled recently how growing up he felt he was the luckiest of children for living in such a loving family. He remembered lying in bed at night listening to his parents plan their summer camping trips – a summer ritual, during which the tent trailer would be loaded and the children would all tumble into and out of the car, as the family made its way across the continent.
Neil lived his life to the fullest; he played hockey for the Sudbury Wolves, excelled in tennis, and loved strolling the warm beaches of Corfu. He was a walking encyclopaedia of music and regaled his nieces and nephews with his knowledge.
When Neil moved to Moncton, NB, he met his wife, Karen Trites (predeceased) and eventually found his true calling working with amateur theatre in Kentville, NS. Living in Toronto over the past few years, Neil developed close friendships with his neighbours. When they visited Neil in the hospital during his treatments, they referred to each other as “brother”, and that is what Neil was – a loving and kind brother.
Neil will be sorely missed by his sister, MaryJane (Chet) of Killarney, Ont., sister, Patti of Wasaga Beach, Ont., Phil (Debra) of Muscat, Oman, Tom (Rose) of Oakville, Ont., Teresa of Ottawa, Ont., and Tony (Jennifer) of Barrie, Ont. His many nieces and nephews will always remember Neil for his gentle nature and sweet smile. He taught us all to look at things and people with the sensitivity they deserved.
A Visitation will take place at ROSAR-MORRISON FUNERAL HOME & CHAPEL, 467 Sherbourne Street, Toronto, on Friday, December 13, 2019 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. A Celebration of Life will follow at the Shambhala Meditation Centre of Toronto, Suite 300, 670 Bloor Street West, Toronto, beginning at 1 p.m. Cremation to take place. If desired a donation in memoriam may be made to a charity of choice.
As Cohen sings, “There is a crack in everything”, but we know, “that’s how the light gets in.”
Rest In Peace—Wendy Sue TAYLOR
It is with heavy hearts that the family of Wendy Taylor, of Capreol, ON, announce her sudden passing on Saturday, November, 9th, 2019, at the age of 65.
She leaves behind her loving husband of 45 years, Glenn Taylor of Capreol. Loving mother to Amanda (Riley) McDade, and proud granny to Jacob McDade, of Saint-Bruno, QC.
Loving daughter of Geraldine and Thomas McDonald (predeceased); raised by loving aunt Gertrude LeCain and cousin Jim LeCain (both predeceased).
Loving sister to Trudy (Eddie) Doran, Linda McQueen, Sandra (Wesley McLean predeceased) Patsy Toderian(predeceased), Gary McDonald (predeceased), Tommy (Lucille predeceased) McDonald, Teddy Kathleen (predeceased) Timmy McDonald, and Lorne (Carol) McDonald, all of Thunder Bay. Jim (Denise)LeCain of Capreol, Carol (Ian) Tissington, and Jane Kelly(predeceased). Sister-in-law to Garth (Diane) Taylor, Gayle (Peter) Perry (predeceased), and Grant Taylor (predeceased). Wendy will be greatly missed by many more family members and friends.
Wendy was a kind, caring, and thoughtful person, who was always there for her family and friends. She always put the needs of those she loved ahead of her own. She most enjoyed spending time with her grandson Jacob, who was the light of her life and who would make her eyes sparkle whenever she saw him or heard his voice. She also enjoyed spending time with her husband, reading a good book, and sending random witty messages to her daughter that made her smile. She will be the star that shines bright on us always.
As per Wendy’s wishes no services will be held.
Memorial donations may be made to SickKids Foundation.
Rest In Peace—Don GASCON
Don passed away peacefully on Sunday November 17, 2019 at the Hornepayne Community Hospital. He is survived by his wife Margy and stepdaughter Madison (partner Erica). Don will be sadly missed by his beloved canine companion Ripley who was always by his side. Don is predeceased by his father Claude Gascon and is the loving son of Anne Gascon (friend Larry), brothers Clyde (wife Lisa) and Rob (wife Grace). Don was dearly loved by his entire family and will be missed immensely by all.
Don loved his career with CN Rail and made many lifelong friendships with coworkers in various departments. Don was an avid fisherman, enjoyed hunting, camping, playing guitar, horseshoes, cheering for the Habs and butter tarts. Don’s sense of humour was second to none. He was a playful, loving and generous man who wanted everyone around him to have a good time.
The family is thankful to the staffs of the medical facilities where Don received treatment and care. We also express our gratitude to the communities of Hornepayne and Capreol for your thoughtfulness and support…we will always remember your kindness.
Don’s wonderful spirit, joy and love for life will never be forgotten. A memorial service will take place in Capreol at a later date. Memorial donations made to the Hornepayne Community Hospital would be greatly appreciated. (Arrangements entrusted to the Kerry Funeral Home, Wawa, 1-800-439-4937). www.kerryfuneralhome.ca
Rest In Peace—Magdalena CROUCH
Lena passed away peacefully as Manitoulin Centennial Manor.
Predeceased by her loving husband John Crouch 1991 and Johann Kraft 1942. Survived by her children Bruno (Joanne) Kraft, Hans (Diane) Kraft, Lee (Debbie) Crouch, Brooke (Charlie) Crouch, Bob (Grant) Crouch, Steve Crouch, Barrie (Jeannine) Crouch and Debbie (Randy) Prescott.
Loving grandchildren Susan, Robert, Melissa (Peter), Erynne, Shannon, Ryan (Brittany), Dorrie (Joel), Samantha, Rachel (John), Cory (Susanne), Bob, Bruno (Debbie), Kathleen, Danny and many great grandchildren. Sadly missed by many nieces and nephews in Germany.
Predeceased by her parents Michael and Theresa (Maver) Kaltenecker and her 7 siblings Barbara, Marie, Fanny, Alois, Georg, Hans and Joseph.
Lena came to Canada in 1953 with her 2 boys working hard on the farm, she and her boys built a nice home in Val Caron in 1961. She met John in 1971 and they married in 1972. Lena raised her second family with many good memories. Enjoyed traveling the world.
Lougheed Funeral home
Hanmer/ Capreol Chapel
4605 Michelle Drive, Hanmer
(Friends may call 2-4pm Sunday)
Our Lady of Peace Church
26 Dennie Street, Capreol
Monday November 18th, 2019 at 11am
Interment in the Capreol Cemetery.
Donations to Manitoulin Centennial Manor would be appreciated.
For flowers, donations, or messages of condolence, www.lougheed.org.
Rest In Peace—Jeffery GRIEVE
In loving memory of Jeffery Grieve who passed away at his residence on Tuesday, November 12, 2019 after a long courageous battle at the age of 38.
Beloved husband of Ashley Moore-Grieve. Devoted father to Cora Rose Marie. Cherished son of Gary Grieve (predeceased) and Lorna Kardal. He will be sadly missed by his father-in-law Ted and mother-in-law Sue Moore. Loving brother of Joyce, Erica, Thomas (Behrang), brother-in-law of Sean (Tasha) Moore. He will be remembered by his nieces and nephews Justin, Nicholas, Ila, Dara, Liam, Kenny, Lilja, Thomas “LT”, Jacob and Ryan. He will be deeply missed by many friends, extended family and his two canine buddies Doba and Odie.
A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, November 23, 2019 at the Capreol Lions Club, 2 Stull St, Capreol from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Arrangements have been entrusted to Ranger’s Cremation and Burial Services Ltd. Online condolences can be posted at www.RangersSudbury.com
Rest In Peace—Trudy FLEMING
It is with great sorrow the family announces the passing of our Matriarch Trudy Fleming. She passed away peacefully on Monday November 11, 2019 with loving family at her side.
Trudy is survived by her husband Tom Fleming, her four children; Connie, Cathy (Carlo), Carolyn (Conrad), Tom (Kelly), her surviving siblings; Sherry (Grant), Allen (Linda), Bernie (Darcy), Tammy. She will be greatly missed by her seven grandchildren, three great grandchildren.
At Trudy’s request there will be no funeral service. There will be a celebration of life at a later date.
Rest In Peace—Alistair MACLEAN
Rest In Peace—Genoveffa “Jenny” DEL PAPA
With great sadness, the family announces the passing of Genoveffa at the Elizabeth Centre on Wednesday, October 23rd, 2019 at the age of 98. Born in Pisterzo, Italy, she was the wife of John Del Papa predeceased 2000. Loving mother to Rosie Mazzuca (Bobby predeceased) and Phil (Linda). Cherished grandmother to Perry (wife Debbie), Connie (husband Reg Simpson), Robbie (wife Jane), Aaron (wife Laurie), and Cary (wife Jen), and many great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. Dear sister to Archangela (Angelo), Natalina (Nick), Angelina (John), Fred (Minnie) all predeceased. Special sister-in-law to Sparky Lambovitch (husband Johnny predeceased). Sadly missed by many nieces and nephews.
Jenny was a housewife and enjoyed cooking and baking for the many dinners and suppers where family gatherings occurred. She always had a kiss, a smile, and a hug for everyone.
The family expresses their appreciation to all the PSWs, staff, nurses, doctors, and volunteers at the Elizabeth Centre for their care and support.
In lieu of flowers, donations to the Alzheimer Society or Our Lady of Peace Church would be appreciated.
Resting at the Lougheed Funeral Home, Hanmer/Capreol Chapel
4605 Michelle Drive, Hanmer
(Friends may call 2-5; 7-9pm Friday).
Funeral Mass in Our Lady of Peace Church, Capreol
Saturday, October 26th, 2019 at 11am.
Interment in the family plot at the Capreol Cemetery.
For donations and messages of condolence, www.lougheed.org
Rest In Peace—William “Bill” McNABB
In loving memory of William Irwin “Bill” McNabb who passed away on Monday, October 7th, 2019 at Health Sciences North at the age of 86.
Beloved husband of Helen McNabb (Cole) predeceased Aoril 7, 2019. Loving father of Carroll Dunford (Jerry) of Winnipeg, Wayne predeceased 2002, Douglas of Innisfil and Glenda of Capreol. Cherished grandfather of Thomas Dunford of Montreal and Dale McNabb of Val Therese. Predeceased by his parents John and Nora (Frederick) McNabb. Dear brother of Jean Cook (Lyal) both deceased, Doreen Davies (Lloyd) both deceased, Marly Clark (Cliff) of Washago and Jerry deceased (Melloney of Bracebridge). Dear uncle to Alan, Kelli, Kim, Leanne, Angela and Krysta.
At Bill’s request, there will be no visitation. A private family service will be held. Cremation at the Park Lawn Crematorium with burial of ashes beside Helen in Capreol. (Arrangements entrusted to the Lougheed Funeral Home).
Rest In Peace—Eliane GAMBLE
In loving memory of Eliane Gamble who passed away suddenly at her residence in Capreol, Monday, September 23rd, 2019, at the age of 84 years.
Daughter of the late Aldège and the late Germaine (née Hotte) Prévost. Beloved wife and dancing partner of 63 years to Bruce Gamble. She was a loving and caring mother to her two daughters Marlene Côté (Victor Wright) of Cochrane and Lorraine Beadman of Capreol. She cherished every moment spent with her wonderful grandchildren Ryan Heatherington of Smooth Rock Falls, Kristy Beadman (Camille Lemieux) of Sudbury, and Brad Beadman (Ellen Somers) of Halifax, NS. She was also blessed with great-grand-children Rylan (mother Melonie Loubert), Alexandre, Jérémie, and Jonah who will forever keep fond memories of her. Beloved sister of Marcel Prévost (late Ruth) of Peterborough, Lisette Szack (late John), Denyse Drisdale, and Gilbert Prévost all of Kapuskasing, Brenda Carradus (late Robert) of Ottawa, and Sheila Prévost (friend Gerry Poulin) of Colborne. Predeceased by her siblings Roland Prévost (Ethel of Cochrane), Maurice Prévost (late Élise), Albert, and Gene. She will be missed by her dog Daisy.
Eliane had a zest for life and enjoyed playing cards, shopping, gardening, and feeding the hummingbirds and chipmunks in her backyard. She loved camping, especially with family at René Brunelle Provincial Park in Moonbeam. In her younger days, she enjoyed bowling, cross country skiing and participated at many Easter Seal Snowarama in Cochrane. She loved to dress up and enjoyed dancing the night away with her favorite dance partner, Bruce.
She will be remembered by all for her outstanding cooking and baking skills, especially her homemade buns. Everything she made from her kitchen was made with love and with outmost dedication to her family.
A private family service will take place at a later date. Interment of cremated remains will take place in the Cochrane Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to the COOPERATIVE FUNERAL HOME, Hanmer, ON. Donations (cheque only) towards René Brunelle Provincial Park for Disability Upgrades would be greatly appreciated.
To make a donation in memory of Eliane Gamble, please complete the form: http://www.ontarioparks.com/pdf/donate/donation_form.pdf , and make the cheque payable to: Minister of Finance – Ontario Parks.
Rest In Peace—Jean-Pierre “JP” BECHAMP
Rest In Peace—William Richard HOAG
With heavy hearts we share the sorrow of the sudden passing of William Richard Hoag. He was a devoted family man always willing to help anyone and everyone. The love of his life was his family and especially his grandchildren.
He battled many challenges with his illness over the years and always won until now. He never lived his life with his illness but always in spite of his illness.
Survived by his wife Kathy, daughter Laurie (Robin), son Trevor (Stephanie), sister Brenda (Jim), brother Neil (Sheila), Mother and Father in Law Hector and Mary Beth Leduc, brothers-in-law James (Lisa) and Bill Leduc. A wonderful Grandpa to Timothy, Jesse, Sophie, and Tessa. Special uncle to Jade, Chelsea, Tyler, Ryan, Grant, Kirk, Mallory, and Russell. Great uncle to Ashlynn, Sienna, Casen, Colin, Benjamin, and Owen. Special cousins Sandra and Francis. Special aunt Karen with Kirstii and Liisa. Predeceased by his parents George and Kaarina (Niemi). A very special thank you to his other caregiver, Laurie V.
He will be missed on Bright Lake (Iron Bridge) riding around on his scooter checking out the boat launch, fishing on the pontoon boat and visiting with neighbours.
Richard attended the Parkinson’s Exercise group twice a week and had many, many friends there. He was a man who never gave up. His sense of humour carried him through his challenges. He had such a strong will to live and would try to work at something every day of his life. He cherished being alive. He will be sadly missed in a lot of ways. HE WAS OUR HERO!
A celebration of his life will be held on September 18, 2019 starting at 4pm with a service to follow at 7pm with refreshments afterwards at the Lougheed Funeral Home, Hanmer/Capreol Chapel, 4605 Michelle Drive, Hanmer. Private Interment to follow.
In lieu of flowers donations to the Parkinson’s Support Group of Sudbury for their exercise program would be appreciated. For donations and messages of condolence, www.lougheed.org.
Rest In Peace—Sara “Sally” WOOD
“A limb has fallen from the family tree”
Sara (Sally) Ida Jean Wood (Bridge), age 73, transported suddenly from her earthly to heavenly home on Tuesday, August 27, 2019.
Sally was born December 21, 1945 in Sudbury to Percy (Locomotive engineer) and Eileen Bridge. Predeceased by husband Charles (Chuck) Wood. She worked at the CPR Telegraph office in Sudbury for many years, transferring to Toronto CN/CP Telecommunications as a Telegraph Operator. Sally lived life to the fullest. She was an animal lover, advocate for others, with us through every crisis, determined and vocal as required, kind hearted and feisty to the end. Sally’s favorite things were the simple pleasures of life, trees, flowers, birds, family and friends at The Carriage House. Sally is survived by her brother, Wesley (Sue) Bridge, sisters Irene (Gerts) Lemanis, Janet (Bill) Tulloch, special cousins Ardell (Russell) Paul and Ruth (Bill) Dottin and many more wonderful cousins. Lovingly remembered by nieces and nephews, Clark Bridge, Jordan, Erin; Jason (Trudy) Bridge, Riley, Kailey; Jim Bridge, Morgan, Olivia, Zoey; Colin (Suzie) Lemanis, Carson; special nieces Dawn Lemanis; Ashley (Luc) Boulanger, Lincoln, Scarlett; Theresa (Fabian) Theriault, Harper and Haven. Fondly remembered by friends Allan, Diane and Millie. Presently with all her fur babies Toby Boots, Mandy Muffin, Christopher David, Jackson, Lacy Lee and Biscuit.
Mum, as Jondah said, “Aunt Leen will set another place at the table cause she loved to feed everyone”.
A service will be held at the TRINITY UNITED CHURCH, 72 Young Street, Capreol, on Friday, September 6th, 2019 at 11: 00 a.m. officiated by Rev. David Spencer. Those who so desire may make a memorial donation in memory of Sally to Wild at Heart Refuge Centre, 95 White Road, Lively, Ontario, P3Y 1C3 or Trinity United Church in Capreol, Ontario.
Rest In Peace—Maurice “Moe” CHENIER
The family announces, with sorrow, his death at Hornepayne Community Hospital in the early morning on Tuesday, August 13, 2019 at the age of 65 years. Beloved husband of Marilyn Chenier, dearest father of Beverly Allen (Jody) and Melissa Chenier (Noah) and precious grandfather of Braeden, Mystie, Curtis, Nathan, Nicholas, and Sarah. He is survived by his mother Nada Chenier; his eleven siblings Jackie Doucet (Hector), Elaine Sheedy (Rae), Robert Chenier (Jean), Lorraine Psarras (Panos), Laurent Chenier (Francine), Paul Chenier (Fran), Paulette Ellis (Peter), Daniel Chenier (Jessica), Joanne Chenier, Rosanne Portelance (Hector), Carmen Pavlakos (Nick); his sister-in-laws Judy Kilby & Brenda Mercer (Kevin) as well as many nieces & nephews and countless friends. He was predeceased by his father Lucien Chenier, his father-in-law Gordon Mercer, his mother-in-law Elsie Mercer, his brother-in-law Wayne Mercer and his sister-in-law Linda Mercer.
Moe was born and raised in Hanmer, Ontario, hired on the Canadian National Railway in 1972, married his cherished wife in 1973, following a move to Hornepayne in 1985 where he raised his family. Moe was a kind, caring, selfless man who cherished and loved his family unconditionally. He was a devoted Montreal Canadiens fan, loved Rock n’ Roll, especially “The Beatles”, loved fishing and treasured many great moments at Nagagamisis. He spent many hours reading books, doing crossword puzzles and undertaking woodworking projects. Moe prepared many meals over the years; he was a good cook – the best cook, who made exceptional gravy! Moe loved and carried Jesus in his heart. It gives us comfort knowing he will be in Jesus’ arms for eternity.
A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. Donations to the Hornepayne Community Hospital would be appreciated. Messages of condolence may be placed at the Residence funeraire Fawcett Funeral Home website at www.rfffh.com
Donations may be made to:
Hornepayne Community Hospital
Hornepayne, Ontario, ON P0M 1Z0
Rest In Peace—Amy BRISCOE-AMIRO
Amy was born in 1929 to Victor & Amy (Pilon) Aubin – predeceased 1952 & 1929 respectively. Survived by sisters Valerie and Adele in Manhattan Beach, California, and predeceased by brothers Raoul and Conrad, and sisters Sylvia Cantwell, Annette Black, and Victorienne Jutras. Amy was raised by her loving parents, James and Virginia (Aubin) Brady, who both predeceased her in 1969.
She married her loving husband, Jack Briscoe, in 1951. They had 4 wonderful sons, Douglas (Sylvia), Hilary (Joan), Lawrence (Meredith), and William (Gail). These four sons gave Amy four much-loved granddaughters – Heather (predeceased in 1974), Jaime, Jodi, and Amy, and a great-grandchildren, Payton Rose, Cayden, Bowen, Carter and Brady. Jack passed away in 1969. Amy married her beloved husband, Douglas Amiro, in 1976 and then had four stepchildren, Brian (wife Leslie), Sandra Furlonger, Randall (wife Karen), and Joel (wife Sandra). Douglas passed away in 1996. She is also survived by 16 step-grandchildren: Christopher, Elishia, David, Ryan, Joseph, Tyreece, Thomas, Paige, Aaron, Gemma, Stacy, Jack, Randy, Vanessa, Sarah, and Courtney, as well as many step-great- grandchildren.
Amy enjoyed gardening, genealogy, and playing cards, but most of all she loved her family. The would like to extend their heartfelt thanks to the staff at Elizabeth Centre for the wonderful supportive given to Amy and her family over the last 5 years, thank you.
At Amy’s request, there will be no visitation or service. Cremation with interment in the Capreol Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations to the Northern Heritage Railroad Museum of Capreol, Heart & Stroke Foundation or the Cobalt Floor of Elizabeth Centre in Val Caron would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements entrusted to the Lougheed Funeral Home, Hanmer/Capreol Chapel. For donations and messages of condolence, www.lougheed.org.
Rest In Peace—Barbara ROBITAILLE
In Loving Memory of Barbara “Barb” Margret (Mercier) Robitaille, 75 years, Thursday, August 15th, 2019 at her home, very peacefully.
Beloved wife of Richard Robitaille. Loving mother of David (Trina), Lisa (Kevin) and Stephanie (Tom). Cherished grandmother of Lucas, Nolan, Matthew, Megan, Nathan, and great grandchild Travis. Dear daughter of Romeo and Alma Mercier both predeceased. Dear sister of Vivian (Marcel), Brian (Donna), and predeceased by Sandra. Dear sister in law of Diane “Putch”.
Born and raised in Cobalt, Ontario, she graduated from nursing and worked at St. Joseph hospital in Toronto and Misericordia Hospital in Haileybury. She also provided relief work in Fraserdale, Ontario, a small Ontario Hydro community.
Barb and Richard were married for 50 years. His employment took them to 7 locations across the province throughout the years and finally taking up residence in Capreol, Ontario since 1975.
She was a proud homemaker always decorating her home; she was a wonderful baker and an avid shopper. The shining light of her life was her grandchildren. It must be said that she cherished the family pets. Her highlight vacation was in Orlando, Florida where all of the family gathered to celebrate and enjoy the gifts of life.
At Barb’s request, there will be no public visitation or service. Cremation at the Park Lawn Crematorium. Donations to the HSN Leukemia Unit would be appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to the Lougheed Funeral Home – Hanmer/Capreol Chapel. For donations and messages of condolence, www.lougheed.org.
Rest In Peace—Fran SHAYER
SHAYER, Francoise (nee Picard) – The family announce with great sorrow her passing in Kenora Ontario on Tuesday, January 1st, 2019 at the age of 87 years.
Wife of the late Donald Shayer. Beloved mother of Joyce (Lee) and Glenn (Sue). Dear sister of Marcelle Gervais (late Peter) and Rita Labine (late Edouard). Sister of recently deceased Albert (Madeleina). Predeceased by her siblings Simone Cooper (late Newton), Beatrice Martin (late Peter), Remi (late Madeleine), Lucien (late Pauline), Arthur (late Florida), Rolland (Edna), Jean-Paul (late Dorothy), and Therese Garrow (late Bob).
Funeral prayers at the Lougheed Funeral Home Hanmer/Capreol Chapel (4605 Michelle Drive, Hanmer) on Tuesday, August 20th, 2019 at 11:00 am. Friends may gather at the funeral home after 10:30 am.
In lieu of flowers, donations to the Kenora Cat shelter, Kenora Its a Dog’s Life, or Lake of the Woods Hospital Foundation.
Rest In Peace—Guy HARRISON
Rest In Peace—Donna WHITE
In loving memory of Donna White (nee Vardy) April 30/1946-July 7/2019. Passed peacefully at Royal Victoria Hospital surrounded by her loving family.
Donna is survived by her loving husband Garth of 51 years, proud mother to Jason (Heather Posadowski) and Mia (Ryan Degazio). Devoted Nana to Nathan, Tori, Bauer and Ellie.
Donna will be deeply missed by her sister Gail and brother Mike, she will also be missed by many valued family and friends.
Donna was a very strong woman who had a 46 year career as a Registered Nurse.
Donna’s life will be celebrated at Christ the King Church in Sudbury on Saturday Aug 10/2019 at 11:00am. Family and friends are invited to a reception to follow. In lieu of flowers, donations to the SPCA would be appreciated.
Rest In Peace—Elva THOMAS
|THOMAS, Elva (nee Robertson) – In loving memory of Elva Thomas (nee Robertson) who passed away on Saturday, June 6th, 2019 at Extendicare York at the age of 88. Beloved wife of Fred Thomas predeceased 2009. Loving mother of Raymond predeceased (Adele of Ottawa) and Donald (Frances predeceased) of Elliot Lake. Cherished grandmother of Brent, Heather, Tim, Kirk and Janna and great grandmother of Riley. Will be missed by her stepdaughter Bertha Robertson (Wallace) of Beachburg. Dear sister of Gwen (Earl Berry) of Deep River, Barry (Dianne) of Forrester Falls and the late Esther Sage (Pat), Gail Robertson and Margaret Davidson (Don) all predeceased. A memorial service will be held at Trinity United Church, 72 Young Street, Capreol on Tuesday, July 16th, 2019 at 11am. Interment of ashes will take place at the Capreol Cemetery. Donations to Trinity United Church would be appreciated. (Arrangements entrusted to the LOUGHEED FUNERAL HOME )|
Rest In Peace—Wade MOXAM
|MOXAM, Wade – It is with profound sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Wade Moxam on July 4, 2019 at the age of 53. |
Born in Sudbury January 17, 1966, Wade grew up and lived in Lively until he married Deborah on July 27, 1991. Loving and devoted husband to Deborah (Mousseau) for 28 years. Beloved father of Donalda (Roman), Daniel, Damara, Xavier,Carson, all of Capreol. Very special Uncle/Surrogate Dad to Thomas. Special Foster father too many children and everyone who called him “Dad”. Forever cherished by his Sister-in-law & God-Mother Elizabeth Mousseau. Son of Natalie & Oliver Moxam (both pre-deceased). Son-in-law of Donalda & John Mousseau (both predeceased). Brother-in-law to Norman Mousseau (predeceased). Survived by his sisters Pat DiPasquale (Larry) of Fort McMurray Alberta, Brenda Johnson (Jim) of Worthington, Valerie Salo (Ken) of Naughton,Tania Swanson (Todd) of Worthington. Also survived by many cousins, nieces, nephews.
Wade worked for Community Living of Greater Sudbury for over 27 years, spending most of those years at Grandview Residence with ‘his boys’. Wade was a dedicated family man who always put his family and friends first. His favourite things were going to camp, Halloween, and on-line slots. Wade had a unique personality, quick wit, and infectious laugh. He will be dearly missed by all how loved and knew him.
Resting at JACKSON & BARNARD FUNERAL HOME , 233 Larch St. Sudbury (Friends may call Thursday, July 11 from 2-5pm and 7-9pm). Celebration of life Friday, July 12, 11am, at Holy Redeemer Church, 1887 Bancroft Drive. Cremation with interment in the family plot at St. Stanislaus Cemetery Floral tributes are graciously declined by family due to severe allergies. Donations can be made to The Damara Moxam Trust Fund. For donations, or messages of condolence, www.lougheed.org.13340263
Rest In Peace—Sandy ROSE
Rest In Peace—Tammy Ann FREDRICKSON
The Honorable Tammi Fredrickson of Coon Rapids, beloved wife, mother, sister, friend, and avid REO Speedwagon fan, passed away June 3, 2019. Tammi was born in Sudbury Ontario and spent her childhood years in Capreol, Ontario and then Hibbing, Minnesota.
She is survived by husband Tom; children, Kate and Mike; sister, Wendy (Rob) Hayes; and mother-in-law, Dee Dee.
She was preceded in death by parents Ross and Eda and father-in-law, Glen.
Tammi leaves behind friends too numerous to mention including the Investors, the Island Lake crew, the Thursday Night crew, and many friends made through her children’s youth sports. She also leaves dear family throughout Ontario, including Toronto, Sudbury, Cornwall, and Parry Sound.
Appointed as a judge in the Tenth Judicial District by Governor Tim Pawlenty in 2006, Tammi served her community until her death. She is a former City Attorney for Coon Rapids. Tammi graduated from William Mitchell College of Law, J.D. (magna cum laude) and the University of Minnesota, B.A. As a judge, Tammi was most proud of co-founding the Anoka County Veterans Court (helping vets access resources available to them and address their outstanding legal issues) and training and mentoring new judges across the state of Minnesota.
A special thank you from the family to the University of Minnesota Oncology and Palliative Care teams and the staff at J.A. Wedum Residential Hospice. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to the University of Minnesota Masonic Cancer Center, The Breath of Hope Lung Foundation, or to the discretion of the family.
Details on a reception to be hosted by the family will be shared at a later date.
Rest In Peace—Donald GILL
Rest In Peace—Colleen SHPAIUK
In loving memory of Colleen Shpaiuk who passed away at Pioneer Manor on Tuesday, May 21st, 2019 in her 97th year. Beloved daughter of Elie and Mary Shpaiuk (both predeceased). She was born in Sellwood, Ontario on September 9th, 1922. Dear sister of Victoria, Orest (Ernie predeceased), Olga and Victor (both predeceased as infants). Dearly loved cousin of Robert Jaworski predeceased (Margaret) and their sons Douglas (Loretta) and Gregory, and Donald Jaworski (Faye) and their sons Robert (Amy) and Kevin; George Spence (predeceased), Elaine Laney (Dwight predeceased), Patricia Mackie (George predeceased), Mary Wilson (Lynn), Faith Pinchak, Robert Shpaiuk (Diane), Robbie Ann Pagnutti (Douglas) and their families. Sadly missed by many friends. Colleen worked for many years as Executive Secretary at the Foundation Company of Canada in Toronto and subsequently returned to Sudbury as Executive Secretary to the Chairmen of what was then the Regional Municipality of Sudbury. Upon retirement there she continued to work at OSSTF until the age of 74. She was a devout Anglican and longstanding member of St. James Anglican Church. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Northern Cancer Foundation, Church of the Epiphany or a charity of your choice would be appreciated. Resting at the Jackson and Barnard Funeral Home 233 Larch St., Sudbury (Friends may call after 10am Saturday) Funeral Service in the R. J. Barnard Chapel Saturday, May 25th, 2019 at 11:30am Interment in the family plot at the Park Lawn Cemetery. For donations or messages of condolence, www.lougheed.org