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Monday, February 12, 2018 – Page B17

JEAN MARGARET WILMOT BOULBY (née Saxby) July 24, 1931- February 8, 2018

Beloved wife of the late Mark Boulby; mother of Marion, Sarah (and Perry); grandmother to Thomas; sister of Gillian (and Keith); aunt to Anna, Helen and Neil; great-aunt to Ella, Tia, Siara and Inigo; and sister of Eunice (and family).

Jean was educated at the Maynard School in Exeter and studied for a year at St. Hilda's College, Oxford. Jean left Oxford (after an adventure) and joined the Royal Air Force. She served as an officer in the RAF until her marriage to Mark. Jean then worked for the Inland Revenue until Marion was born. Jean immigrated with her family to the United States where she lived in New York and Ohio. She immigrated again with the family to Canada, initially living in Vancouver. Jean studied history at the University of British Columbia and obtained a B.A.. Her M.A. thesis on fish markets must remain a work in progress. Jean worked in credit at a department store in Vancouver and later in a diamond business in Toronto. Jean was always young at heart. She had a wide circle of friends. She made art and great food. She was the centre of our family and we shall miss her.

Visitation at the Mount Pleasant Funeral Centre - 375 Mount Pleasant Road on Tuesday, February 13 at 2 p.m. with service in our Chapel at 3 p.m. Cremation. In lieu of flowers, donation can be made to Doctors Without Borders or the Temmy Latner Centre. For online condolences please visit


Passed away with family by her side on Saturday, February 10, 2018 at Bridgepoint Active Healthcare in Toronto, Dorothy Eleanor Drake (nee Knapman). Dorothy was born in Picton, Ontario, on December 31, 1926, the daughter of Harold Knapman and Bernice Clapp. She attended Queen's University in Kingston, from which she graduated with a degree in biochemistry. In 1950 she married Hugh Drake, with whom, over the course of many years, she travelled widely, sharing her passion for the fine arts and a mutual love of sailing and skiing. She spent nearly every summer of her ninety-one years at her beloved family cottage on Stoney Lake, Ontario.

Dorothy was the mother of four much loved daughters, Susan (Ian Masters), Julia (John Reardon), Christine and Sarah (Bill Tinney); grandmother to Kiva Reardon, Ella and Angus Wright and Rebecca and Keltie Wellwood; greatgrandmother to Olive Wright and Skylar and Frances Docherty; and the sister of Harice Parkinson. She was predeceased by her husband, Hugh; and daughter, Susan. A memorial service will be held at a later date to celebrate Dorothy's long, rich and love-filled life. If desired, donations can be made to Bridgepoint Health Foundation (14 St. Matthew's Road, Toronto, Ontario M4M 2B5). Condolences, photographs and memories may be forwarded through www. When the voices of children are heard on the green And laughter is heard on the hill, My heart is at rest within my breast And everything else is still.

SIMON RITCHIE FODDEN March 24, 1944 - February 10, 2018

Simon Ritchie Fodden ended his four-year battle with cancer in the early hours of February 10, 2018. He was surrounded by loving family, and the tender care of staff at Kensington Hospice in Toronto. Simon was a proud and loving father to his two daughters, Rebecca and Jennifer; and grandfather to Jack, Asha, Mia and Josephine. Simon is survived by wife and best friend, Christine Hawkes; her children, Alexandra and Martin; and her grandchildren, Kate, Tomas, Kristine and Elsa. Simon was born in Leeds, England on March 24, 1944. He was the eldest of six children born to Jean and John Henry Fodden. He is survived by siblings, Digby, Joy, Paul, Tony and Liz. Graduate of Princeton University, Johns Hopkins, and Osgoode Hall, law professor and associate dean of law, author, blogger, founder/publisher of, lifelong learner, ecclectic collector of interests and curiosities, aesthete, fashion plate, craft beer lover, foodie, charming conversationalist, music lover, technophile, web designer and all-around early adopter of innovation. Online before online was a place to be.

Friends, family, colleagues and followers of Simon's work are invited to come together to remember him at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 13th at the I-Zone Lofts, 326 Carlaw Avenue, in Toronto. A celebration of Simon's life will follow, from 3:00- 5:00 p.m. at Allen's Restaurant and Pub, 143 Danforth Avenue. All are welcome to join in one or both events.

In lieu of flowers, please join us is supporting the wonderful work of the Daily Bread Food Bank, where Simon volunteered over many years, or Kensington Hospice.


The family members of Lillian Bernice "Bernie" Mallory (née Boothe) express their gratitude for having shared the life of a woman whose kindness, graciousness, and impish sense of humour will be missed by all who knew her.

Born in 1920 in Vancouver, Bernie was the daughter of the late Howard and Mabel Boothe, wellknown theatre owners. She was also predeceased by brothers, Jack and Frank Boothe; and sister, Audrey Fletcher.

Bernie was married for 68 years to Malcolm (Mike) Mallory, who passed away in 2012. Their lives took them to various locations throughout Ontario and France, where Bernie became known by friends and colleagues as a warm and generous hostess with a sparkling wit and a universal graciousness. She was quick to make friends and slow to lose them.

Bernie was a past member of the Ontario Film Review Board and an active community volunteer, donating her time to multiple charities, including Hope Air and the Cancer and Arthritis Societies.

She will be remembered by the staff and members of Lambton Golf Club, where she participated in golf, bridge and social events into her 90th year.

She is survived by her three children, Michael Mallory (Norah) of Fredericton, NB, Ginny Tullis (Blair) of Stouffville ON, and Stephen Mallory (Jill) of Toronto.

She took great pride in her nine grandchildren, Mara Mallory (Patrick Parent), Bridget Tutschka (Mark) of Saint John, Michael "Butch" Mallory (Courtney Steeves) of Fredericton, Annie Mallory, of Orlando, Cam Tullis (Lise), Alison Dwoskin (Dan) of Toronto, Michelle Lomano (Mathew), Susan Mallory (Paul Santacroce) of Stouffville, and Graham Mallory of Toronto.

Bernie's children would like to give special thanks to the Parkview Nursing Home staff for the care they extended their mother. Very special thanks to Maria Johnson for many years of thoughtful and compassionate care to both their parents.

At Bernie's request, there is no visitation or funeral. The family plans to hold a celebration of this special life at a later date.

For those who wish, memorial donations may be made to organizations that benefitted from Bernie's volunteer efforts, including Hope Air, the Arthritis Foundation and/or the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.


It is with sorrow we announce the death of Ralph Duncan Mathieson on February 10, 2018 of Parkinson's Disease.

He was in his 87th year.

Beloved husband of sixty-two years of Beverley Jeannette Mathieson (Baxter). Dear father of Tanya (David Lonsdale) of Guelph, Kimberley (Paul Bradley) of Toronto, Duncan (Susan Pychyl) of Pickering, and Jamie (Michele Schneider) of Charlottesville, Virginia.

Loving grandfather of Michael (Katie Golding) Lonsdale; Charlotte and Georgia Bradley; Ian (Julia Winters), Andrea, Tori, and Emily Mathieson; and Jesse and Maggie Mathieson. Greatgrandfather of William Lonsdale and Elise Mathieson.

Survived by brother, George (Bernice Oliver) Mathieson, of Sarnia; and sister, Elizabeth Driscoll, of St John's, NL.

Cremation has taken place.

The family would like to thank Cathy Crane for her hours of dedicated nursing, she surely was a guardian angel. Also sincere thanks to the staff of Winbourne Park for their care and professionalism. A memorial gathering will be held at a later date.

CAROLYN ANN MCCREARY July 13, 1941 - February 10, 2018

Carolyn Ann McCreary (née Ward) passed away at Kingston General Hospital on February 10, 2018.

She was 76.

Carolyn was born in Stratford and raised in Lindsay, Ontario.

A nursing placement in Kingston led to meeting her husband, Dr. Bruce McCreary. Carolyn dedicated her full time to raising their four children while Bruce worked at his psychiatric practice across Eastern Ontario.

Carolyn had bipolar disorder, a condition she battled with courage and strength. It did not shake her love for her family. It did not keep her from raising her children and encouraging them to find their places in wide ranging careers.

Carolyn had a sharp wit and little patience for pretence. She sought to have real and meaningful conversations with everyone she met. Carolyn was predeceased by her husband, Bruce, by just a few months. She is survived and missed by her children, Rick (Lois), Janet (Bernard), Alison (Martin) and Andrew (Paula). Loving Nan to Alison, Kevin, Liam, Jacob and Ruby. Carolyn is also survived by her brother, Robert; and many nieces and nephews.

A memorial to celebrate Carolyn will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 15th at the James Reid Funeral Home, 1900 John Counter Blvd., Kingston. In lieu of flowers, donations to the charity of your choice would be appreciated by Carolyn's family.


It is with immense sadness that we announce that Arthur Morris passed away suddenly in his home near Elmsdale, NS on February 7, 2018.

Born to Thomas and Rachie Morris (Pulsford), he was predeceased by his wife of 66 years, Dorothy Morris (Ronald); and his younger sister, Eleanor Williams. He is survived by his youngest sister, Margaret Evans and her family. He is also survived by his children, Wendy, Brian (Stephanie), Susan (Brian), and Andrew; grandchildren, Cori, Ruth, Erik (Alicia), Tegan; and great-grandchild, Ray. Born in Toronto to Welsh immigrants, the family returned to England in 1938 to Chingford, just in time for World War II where they all survived the Blitz.

Arthur left school at 15 and joined Reuters but quickly decided it did not suit his thirst for knowledge or adventure. At age 17, he threatened he would run away to sea if his parents didn't sign the papers for him to join the Royal Navy. He joined the Royal Navy where he quickly caught the attention of his senior officers and was one of only three men in the Royal Navy at that time to follow the path to commission.

He graduated from the Institute of Mechanical Engineers and also became a Diving Officer.

Arthur met the love of his life, Dorothy, in 1947, when he bumped into her at a skating rink in Dunfermline, Scotland, and they were married on April 30, 1949 in Scotland.

Arthur always wanted to return to Canada, and the young family settled here in 1961 as Arthur had transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy. He retired in 1974 as a Commander, having served on different ships including HMCS Bonaventure and HMCS Nipigon.

He was cited for bravery for taking charge and saving lives during the fire at sea on board HMCS Nipigon. He was the Commander of NETE (Naval Engineering Test Establishment) in Lasalle, Quebec and oversaw the design of the Tribal class destroyers.

After his retirement from the CAF (now RCN), he joined with his good friend, Lucien Ledaire, and formed the company Ledaire, Morris and Associates, Architects and Engineers. They designed or redesigned many office, commercial, industrial and apartment buildings including Scotia Stadium at Cole Harbour Place, Pope John XXIII Church, as well as the bandstand at Sullivan's Pond.

Upon retiring for the second time in 1986, he and Dorothy sailed the high seas for 13 years on their boat Cabot's Mathew. They visited over 40 countries from South America to Norway, Turkey and the Black Sea, including spending six months in Paris. They had many adventures and side trips including climbing one of the pyramids at Giza, Petra in Jordan and trekking in Nepal.

The stories Arthur told captivated people wherever he went. He continued to learn, travel and make new friends right till the end, having been on safari in Kenya in November 2017. Anyone that had the incredible pleasure to meet him would attest to the amazing soul that he was. He had many interests including ham radio (VE0FC and VE1FCA) and spent many happy hours chatting with and supporting a large network of friends that were very dear to him. Arthur and Dorothy were avid skiers and Scottish Country Dancers in their younger years and were members of the Halifax Field Naturalists. They both loved to read and Arthur had an insatiable thirst for knowledge that continued right to the end. He loved to share his stories and experience with those who needed help or advice, whether it be family or friend. Arthur met many strangers but he always left the encounter with a friend.

Arthur has been cremated as per his wishes. Celebration of Life to be held at Brightwood Golf and Country Club, 227 School Street in Dartmouth, Sunday, February 25th from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friends of Arthur and family are all welcome at the gathering to share memories and stories. Please email to: ettingerfuneralhome@hotmail. com or phone 902-435-2608 if you will be attending. Donations in Arthur's memory can be made to the Salvation Army.

Condolences, words of comfort and memories of Arthur may be shared with the family at:


Alan, beloved husband and dearest friend of Chaviva Hosek for 37 years. Born Birmingham, England, April 27, 1939, died Toronto, Ontario, Canada, February 5, 2018.

Son of a sheet metal worker, an industrial designer by temperament, meticulous user of language and logic, honest to a fault with an overdeveloped sense of fairness, snappy dresser, obsessive and strategic shopper.

He lived his life honestly, compassionately and on his terms.

Son of Thomas Joseph Pearson, died in 1998, and, Jessie Wright, died in 1956. Educated at King Edward VI School, Birmingham; the University of Birmingham, B.Comm. Married Gloria Ifill, who died in 1981; son, Graham Calvin Pearson who died in 2013.

Lieutenant Royal Warwickshire Regiment, UK, seconded to the Ghana Army, 1959-1962. Senior Research Consultant to The Economist Intelligence Unit, London, UK, 1962-1966. Federal Public Servant Canada, 1966-1981.

President of the Couchiching Institute on Public Affairs, 19841986. President of the Stafford Beer Foundation, 1986-1999.

President of Alan Pearson Associates, 1981-2004.

Shiva visits will take place on Thursday, February 8th from 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. and on Sunday, February 11th from 4:00 - 8:00 p.m.

There will be a reception in Alan's honour to be held at The York Club, 135 St. George Street, Toronto, on Monday, February 12th from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Pathways to Education, Toronto

Condolences, photographs and memories may be forwarded through

ROB SWINSON August 8, 1965 February 12, 1993

It is 25 years since your life was cut short by someone who chose to drink and then get behind the wheel of a car.

You are still missed every single day. Our love for you will go on forever.

Mom, Dad, Ian and Lucy, Emma and Chris, Matthew and Maggie "Please stay safe, drive sober"


On Friday, February 9, 2018 at Sunnybrook Hospital. Bill Rattner, beloved husband of Hedy. Loving father and father-in-law of Genna and Virg Colucci, and Jodi Rattner.

Loved son of Sherrie and the late Jack Rattner; and loved son-in-law of Jean and the late Bill Chase.

Dear brother and brother-in-law of Terry and Alan Lustig, Robert and Jan Rattner, and Shirley Chase and Jimmy Gladstone.

Devoted grandfather of Daniel, and Alessia.

At Benjamin's Park Memorial Chapel, 2401 Steeles Avenue West (three lights west of Dufferin) for service on Monday, February 12, 2018 at 1:00 p.m.

Interment Temple Har Zion Section at Pardes Shalom Cemetery. Shiva at 171 Corner Ridge Road, Aurora. Memorial donations may be made to the SunnybrookHospital Foundation, Attention: Dr. Bjarnason Kidney Cancer Research, 416-480-4483.


Born October 5, 1927. Passed away peacefully in the early morning hours of February 9, 2018, surrounded by her devoted family at Southlake Regional Health Centre, Newmarket in her 91st year.

Predeceased by her much beloved husband, John, in 1991. Mom was the spirited instigator and planner of countless family gatherings.

There was nothing she loved more than to be surrounded by the conversation and laughter of her children, Mark (Patty), David (Sandy), Wendy (Michael), Peter (Jennifer) and Cynthia (Mark); and her grandchildren, Anna (Jason), Erin (Marc), Lindsay (Keith), Emily, Stephen, James, Meagan (Alex), Jonathan, John, Sophie and Madison.

She was so delighted to become great-grandmother to Brooks. Dear sister of Ron Newton (Marj) and Roy (and the late Ruth) Newton.

Funeral service to be held at St. John's York Mills Anglican Church, 19 Don Ridge Dr., Toronto on Wednesday, February 14th at 2 p.m.

Reception to follow in the Garnsworthy Room. If desired, memorial donations can be made to the Hospital for Sick Children or the charity of your choice.


Passed away on February 7, 2018 at the age of 75. Mother of Emily and Nicolas; motherin-law of Julian; sister of Deborah; sister-in-law of Jack; and grandmother of Charles.

Sympathy may be expressed through donations to the Alzheimer Society of Canada.

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