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Saturday, June 15, 2019 – Page B19


Barbara Jane Bain passed peacefully on June 8, 2019 at the age of 80 due to complications from Alzheimer's. She was born in Timmins on Valentine's Day in 1939 and raised in Oshawa along with her three brothers.

Barb graduated from the Ottawa Civic Hospital School of Nursing (Class of 1960) and the University of Western School of Nursing, and then worked at the Hospital for Sick Children before her long and happy marriage to Dr. Harry Bain. They retired from Toronto to the south shore of Lake Nipissing and, after Harry died in 2001, Barb moved into North Bay where she found community and support with her Living Fit group. Barb loved gardening, bridge, birding, baking blueberry pies, hosting epic dinner parties, travelling with friends, volunteering and walking fast and far every day. After her diagnosis, she returned to Toronto to be closer to family and lived independently at Briton House for several years before transferring to their excellent memory care floor. We are grateful for the wonderful care and kindness that Barb received from Briton House, where she died with dignity while surrounded by family.

Barb is the much-loved mother of Jennifer and her husband Rick MacKenzie, and Michael and his wife Jennifer Wells. She is the loving grandmother of Sandy Bain (Britt Ziegler) of Regina - and was close to his mom Jennifer Bain (Ron Mang), also of Regina - as well as Lucy, Kate, Gillian, Archie, Hazel and Charlie, all of Toronto. She is the proud greatgrandmother to Calla Katy Bain of Regina. Barbara is dearly loved by her brother Jim Watt and his wife Merridy of Peterborough, and her brother Bill Watt and his wife Susan Murphy, of Vancouver. She had a loving extended family and a wide circle of lifelong friends, including the nursing girls, friends in Sioux Lookout, extended family at Clear Lake/Cache Bay/ Balsam Lake, Hamiltons, Christies, Baileys and Latimers. Barb was predeceased by her infant sister Catherine Ann, brother David and parents Dr. William Gordon Watt and Lillian Watt (nee Alkenbrack).

She was able to donate her brain to the Maritime Brain Tissue Bank for research and will be cremated and buried alongside Harry at a rural cemetery near Lake Nipissing, where the Bain family loved catching pickerel. A private family gathering is planned.

To share memories or make donations to the Alzheimer's Society of Canada or the Temmy Latner Centre for Palliative Care, please visit Barb's memorial website at


August 29, 1922 June 12, 2019 With profound sadness we announce that Mary passed away suddenly in her home on Wednesday afternoon, June 12, 2019. Mary was predeceased by her beloved husband, Denis, and her sister, Rae Preston. She is survived by her three sons David (Betty), Keith (Morag), and Ian (Nikki), all of whom reside in British Columbia. Mary had eight grandchildren: Andrea, Bonnie, Nicole, Stephen, Michael, James, Emily, and Tom, as well as five great-grandchildren: Sierra, Marin, June, Rhame, and Hunter. Mary is also survived by her nephews in Cornwall, England, Paul, Andrew, and Henry Preston and their families.

Mary was born in Cornwall, England, and at the age of 19 she joined the Women's Royal Air Force and served for five years.

Mary met her future husband, Denis, while he was attending the Camborne School of Mines in Cornwall. They were married in Durban, South Africa, Denis' homeland, and then spent 3 ½ years in the Northern Rhodesian copperbelt. They immigrated to Noranda, Quebec in 1952, and remained with Noranda Mines Ltd in mining towns of northern Ontario and northern Quebec moving 23 times in 24 years. In 1969, Mary and Denis moved to London, England, where Denis worked for Consolidated Gold Fields. Son, Ian, joined them, and sons, David and Keith remained in Canada to attend university.

In 1979, they returned to Canada with BP Selection Trust and while in Toronto, Mary volunteered at Princess Margaret Cancer Hospital in the wig boutique. After retirement, in 1989, Mary and Denis moved to Vancouver where son, David, already had a dental practice, and proceeded to have their dream home built in South Surrey, White Rock. Unfortunately, Denis died in 1991, and Mary continued to live in their lovely home until her own passing. Mary had many interests including her love of the game of bridge and her 'bridge club' continued to attend Mary's home until shortly before her death. She very much enjoyed being a member of the Vancouver Cornish Association, the Greater Vancouver Mining Women's Association and it's book club which continued to meet at Mary's home even in the last month before she died. Mary also belonged to the Vancouver Engineers Wives' Association, the South Surrey Garden Club, and the White Rock Hospice Society.

Mary had a great love of gardening and took great pleasure in picking and arranging flowers for her home from her beautiful back yard garden. Mary was very fortunate to have been attended to by her long time loving and competent care givers, Melvie and Margie, and more recently Melanie and Rosel, all who provided excellent devoted service. Mary loved them and we thank them and their families for their years of devotion and compassion.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Peace Arch Hospice Society. A funeral service will be held from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on June 20th at St Mark, 12953 20th Avenue, Surrey, BC, Canada.


Mary Christine ("Chris") Buckner (nee Matthews) died after an illness at the age of 88 at the Elisabeth Bruyère Residence in Ottawa.

She had suffered strokes and vascular dementia in recent years.

Christine was born in East York (Toronto) on November 7, 1930, received her primary education at Hartman Jones Memorial School, her secondary education at St.

Clement's School and graduated from Toronto Normal School (the forerunner of Teacher's College).

She received her Permanent First Class Certificate for teaching in 1953; she taught first grade in Toronto and Winnipeg.

Christine married Charles Henry ("Chuck") Buckner on April 4, 1953 in Toronto. They had two children, both born in Winnipeg: Wendy Louise Buckner, born in 1959, and Brent Charles Buckner, born in 1963. After the family relocated from Winnipeg to Ottawa, Christine along with Chuck was a leader of the local swimming community for many years; Christine was a Master Official and was the Executive Secretary of the Eastern Ontario Swimming Association for five years. After Chuck's retirement they enjoyed proctoring exams for Carleton University, and they were active political volunteers. Longtime residents of Nepean, Chuck and Chris spent many winters at their condo in Indian Shores, FL.

Wendy died in 2010; Chuck died in 2014. Christine is survived by her son Brent and her sister Anne Tetley (nee Matthews). A memorial service will be held on Monday, July 22 at Pinecrest Visitation Centre, 2500 Baseline Road, Ottawa at 10:00 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada would be appreciated.


On June 10, 2019, with his loving family at his side, Andy passed away at the age of 84 at Toronto General Hospital after a short illness. Beloved husband of 58 years to Marguerite (nee Armstrong); cherished father to Susan (Douglas Pepper), Ann, Andrew (Christine Ansley) and James (Meghan Valentine); dear brother-in-law to Heather Woolf and the late Dr. J.H. (Paddy) Woolf of Bermuda; adoring grandfather to Drew, Sophie, Ansley, Luke, Leo, Thomas and William. He is predeceased by his sister Jean and brother David.

Andy was born on November 24, 1934, in London, UK, to Dr. Andrew Shaw Burns and Susan Cameron Burns. With the outbreak of WWII, Andy left London with his mother and sister to stay with relatives first in Ayrshire, Scotland, then in Bible Hill, Nova Scotia, and finally Bermuda in 1941 where they took up permanent residence and Andy's great love for the island began. He was a student and avid athlete at the Saltus Grammar School, playing soccer and running track at the highest level.

He entered Dalhousie University in 1953, obtained his CA from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Quebec, and an MBA in 1965 from the University of Western Ontario where he was president of his class. He married Marg in 1960 in Windsor, Nova Scotia, and they settled in Montreal where, in 1965 he joined the firm of PS Ross.

They spent many happy years in Montreal, working hard but finding time for skiing and tennis, spending summers in Bermuda and Nova Scotia, and raising three children. In 1976, the family moved to the US where Andy became the Regional Partnerin-Charge of Latin America and the Caribbean for Touche Ross International in New York. They moved back to Canada in 1979, now with four children, and Andy became Partner-in-Charge of the Touche Ross North York office.

Upon retirement in 1996, Andy moved with Marg to Zurich where he was Managing Partner of Deloitte & Touche. In 1998, he and Marg made the exciting move to Bangkok where he served for four years as Managing Partner of Deloitte Touche Tomatsu Jaiyos.

Andy traveled extensively for many years, so much so that his grandchildren said it was easier to name all of the countries he had not visited. Andy and Marg returned to Toronto in 2003 and began spending their winters in Andy's beloved Bermuda, playing golf at Mid Ocean Club and spending time with dear family and friends.

Andy was a generous and supportive father and grandfather who will be remembered for his kindness and wisdom, his sense of humour, and his boundless encouragement of academics and athletics. He loved nothing more than a large family gathering and he was always at the ready with a toast or anecdote. He was an exemplary role model of integrity, loyalty, and hard work but also had a grand sense of fun and at his core he was happy. Andy was greatly loved and will be deeply missed.

Cremation has taken place and a ceremony to remember Andy will be held at Mount Pleasant Funeral Centre, 375 Mount Pleasant Road, Toronto (east gate, north of St Clair) on Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. For online condolences, please visit In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation/Hodgkins Disease Research.


September 6, 1929 May 17, 2019 Patricia Rennie Cordingley, daughter of Grace Fisher Cordingley Lindsay and Ralph Garlick Cordingley and stepdaughter of Guy Bowman Lindsay.

Pat attended Rosedale Public School, Jarvis Collegiate and Trinity College, University of Toronto, graduating in 1951 with a BA (Hons). Then followed a career in Global Affairs Canada; first as a secretary serving in Canadian embassies in Norway and Ireland and at the Canadian High Commission in London and as secretary to the Deputy Under-Secretary of External Affairs A. E. (Ed) Ritchie. In 1965, she took on different duties as a Foreign Service Officer (Consular and Public Affairs) and served in the West Indies, (Trinidad, Barbados, the Windward and Leeward Islands) and briefly in Cuba. Other postings included Los Angeles where she headed up the Consular and Passport Section, Canberra as Public Affairs Officer and temporary assignments in Tel Aviv and New Delhi. Final assignments in Ottawa included Cultural Affairs in East Asia Division (a Canada China Cultural Agreement) and the Environment Division to work on multi-lateral environmental activities following on the work of the Brundi Land Commission.

In retirement, Pat actively supported local and national cultural and other institutions in the spirit of giving back for the opportunities she had during her lifetime.

Friends are invited to visit at the Central Chapel of Hulse, Playfair & McGarry, 315 McLeod Street (at O'Connor) Ottawa, on Thursday, June 20th , from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., followed by Committal Prayers at Christ Church Cathedral Columbarium, 414 Sparks Street, Ottawa, at 4 p.m. In lieu of flowers, kindly consider donations to the National Arts Centre Foundation or Christ Church Cathedral, Ottawa.

Condolences/Tributes/ Donations Hulse, Playfair & McGarry 613-233-1143


At home on Thursday, June 13, 2019 surrounded by family in London, Ontario. Born in Saskatoon on September 10, 1917. The most significant event in David's long life was his courageous participation as a Flight Lieutenant in the R.C.A.F. in World War II. Saved by a parachute when shot down over Germany in 1942 he was a proud member of the Caterpillar Club. He met his wife Gwen when he was posted to England and they became engaged while he was a prisoner of war. They married on May 16, 1945.

Bravely ending dialysis he said "deciding to die was like a bomber raid. Flying into the night he did not know what would happen. He thought he could manage one more flight."

Predeceased by his wife Gwen Mitzman in 1995. He leaves behind children Cheryl (Rod) McKellar, Gail Davidner and Lesley De Pauw; grandchildren Jessica (Peter) Milhausen, Hugh (Kendl) McKellar and greatgrandchildren Jack, Pierce, Clare, Adler and Wynn and many loving nieces and nephews.

A graveside service was held at Restmount Cemetery, London, Ontario, on Friday, June 14, 2019. Special thanks to Dr. Kortas and the dialysis team as well as the palliative care team.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Dialysis Unit at Victoria Hospital through the LHSC Foundation. Logan Funeral Home, London, Ontario, (519) 433-6181, entrusted with arrangements. Online condolences can be expressed at


Marcelle died peacefully on Wednesday, June 5, 2019 in Toronto.

She was born on the Caribbean Island of St.

Vincent, the third of eleven children. In her final year of high school she was the island's top girl student and was awarded the Island Scholarship, which paid for her university education. With rumblings of war in Europe, her parents did not want her to go to Britain as other scholarship winners had done, so she came to Canada to study at McGill University instead.

Two years after graduating from McGill with a Bachelor of Arts degree, she was hired in 1944 to teach Spanish and Sewing classes at Havergal College, where she was much loved and respected until her retirement in 1984. To honour the many contributions she made to the school during her 40-year tenure, a Havergal House was named after her in 1995. She visited the school for the last time in 2010 to celebrate her 90th birthday with students, faculty and staff of the Marcelle De Freitas House.

Throughout her life Marcelle was deeply involved in service activities in Toronto.

She was tireless in her support of the outreach work of St. Stephen-In-The-Fields Anglican Church (College St.)

Stop 103 (now The Stop) and many other organizations.

She loved children, was a wonderful cook, a gracious hostess and a warm and loving person of great integrity, compassion and goodness.

Her friends thank all those who cared for her at Lakeside Extendicare. As per her wishes, cremation has taken place. A memorial service with Eucharist will be held at the Chapel of St. James-theLess, 635 Parliament Street on Wednesday, July 3rd at 10:30 a.m. The Havergal community will mark a celebration of her life this coming fall. In lieu of flowers, Marcelle wished for donations to be made to the Havergal College Foundation, Lakeside Extendicare, or St.

Stephen-In-The-Fields Anglican Church.

Condolences may be forwarded through


Passed peacefully in her 86th year at her home in Horseshoe Valley surrounded by family on June 14, 2019.

Anne was an amazing wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She will be deeply missed by her husband of 62 years, Col.

Robert Douglas. Mother to Cameron (Debra), Katherine.

Robert Gray (Ellen).

Grandmother to Jessica (Richard), Kasandra (Daniel), and Jillian. Greatgrandmother to Anthony, Caleb, Cole, and Franklin.

As per Anne's wishes, the funeral will be a private event, family only, to be held at St.

George's Anglican church in Barrie, Ontario.

In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate a donation to "The Douglas Bursary" St.

John Ambulance, 15 Toronto Street, ON, M5C-2E3


Eleanor Enkin (née Wolfe) died peacefully at home in Victoria, BC, on June 10, 2019.

She was born August 3, 1925.

Beloved wife of Murray Enkin, mother of Susan Boron (Doug Boron, died 2018) of Hanover, ON, Nomi Kaston (Jack Kaston) of Victoria, BC, Jane Enkin (Justin Lewis) of Winnipeg, MB, and Randy Enkin (Eva Bild) of Victoria, BC. Sister of Roy Wolfe (died 2014) and Raymond Wolfe of Boston, MA. Predeceased by her parents, Wolf and Ethel Wolfe. Deeply loved and fondly remembered by grandchildren, Adam, Yoni, Daniel, Simon, Hannah, Shlomo, and Sunny; greatgranddaughter, Ayana; and many nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and relatives in Hamilton, Toronto, Victoria, Montreal, Israel and around the world.

Donations to a charity of your choice would be lovely.

Murray Enkin wrote: "Dear family and friends, I am devastated at having to tell you that my loving, much loved wife, Eleanor died, died today less than a week before our 72nd anniversary. She lived fully and joyously for 93 years, so she did not die young. She lived life fully, loved her family and friends totally, and was as fully loved in return. Her end was rapid, peaceful, and, in its own way, as beautiful as her life. She died in my arms, as I kissed her. She will live on, in my memory, the memories of our children, our grandchildren, our greatgrandchild, and so many of you."

Eleanor was a talented photographer, skilled at portraits and a pioneer of birth photography. She was a speaker, research bibliographer and a wonderful writer. She had a great love and knowledge of classical music and traditional jazz, and was a highly learned supporter of the arts. She loved to name every flower she saw. Everyone who met Eleanor will remember her as a caring listener, welcoming and endlessly nurturing.


Passed away peacefully aged 93 on June 9, 2019, surrounded by her family at Belmont House, Toronto. She will be lovingly remembered and greatly missed as a truly devoted mother by her son, Nigel (Elizabeth) and daughter, Suzanne; as beloved grandmother to Diana and Peter Etherington and Christopher Birley whom she adored.

Born October 18, 1925 in London, England to parents, James Muirhead and Catherine (nee Loeper of St. Petersburg), Stella attended a private girls boarding school where she became their fastest runner, then at 19 she joined the British land army in Germany. Back in the UK, after graduating from Pitman's College, Stella became a medical secretary at Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, before she immigrated to Canada and worked for TGH neurosurgeon Dr. Harry Botterell.

Stella married Englishman Donald Etherington and raised their children in Toronto with reverence for British culture and hearty embrace of Canada. Stella worked hard and sacrificed much to give the best she could to her children.

She was kind and generous with many lifelong friends admiring her fortitude, courage and loyalty as a "true friend." She was a gracious hostess, avid tennis player at Moore Park, and animal lover - especially of her cats Pushkin and Tinkerbell.

After two decades working at TVOntario, Stella regularly volunteered to help others and enjoyed lectures at University of Toronto. Her last years at Belmont House were enriched by her new friends, devoted personal caregivers and staff to whom we give our heartfelt thanks.

A "Celebration of Stella's life" will be held at Belmont House, 55 Belmont St. on Friday, June 21 at 11:00 a.m. with lunch reception to follow. In lieu of flowers, kindly donate to the Canadian Memorial Hangar Fund (reg. Canadian charity 89315 1654 RR01) for the Yorkshire Air Museum "Home of the Halifax" to honour our fighters or a charity of your choice.


Born in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, July 7, 1929, died in Ottawa, June 12, 2019, loving husband of Elizabeth, father of Saskia (John), Eduard (Cynthia) and Pieter (Kristie), grandfather of Charlotte, William, Kate, Simon, Clara and Joshua.

He immigrated to Canada in 1954 and lived in Halifax, Montreal, Glengarry County and Ottawa.

A commercial artist by profession, he also taught anatomy and technical drawing at Dawson College in Montreal for many years, the best years of his life he always said. Jan was also a successful artist whose paintings were collected by enthusiasts all over Canada.

A funeral will be held at St.

Finnan's Cathedral on Friday, July 5, at 11:00 a.m. Instead of flowers, donations to The Bruyère Foundation, which allowed Jan and his family to receive such compassionate care, would be appreciated.


It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Stuart, on Tuesday, June 4, 2019. We will miss his kind heart, his goofy humour, his wit and his selfless care for everyone around him. Thank-you to the staff at Providence Care Hospital in Kingston for their support during his last days.

Stuart's wife Colleen, his stepchildren Shaun and Georgina, brother Bob (Carol), sister Joan (Ian), nephew Drew (Maria) and niece Christie will continue to cheer on Leeds in Stuart's honour. We're going to miss you mate. #weareleeds.

Online condolences may be directed to,

DR. LESLIE JENEY (née Laszlo)

1928 - 2019

Toronto psychiatrist and upstanding member of Toronto's Hungarian community, passed away peacefully June 11, 2019, aged 90. Born in Budapest, Hungary he escaped after the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. After settling in Toronto in 1957 he completed his specialty training in psychiatry. In addition to his private practice, he was on staff at St. Joseph's Health Centre, Toronto for 37 years. He is survived by Dr. Piroska Jeney, his wife of 66 years, children Dr. Christa Jeney (Tom Magyarody), Dr. Elizabeth Jeney, grandchildren Dr. Nora Magyarody (Dr. Aleks Meret), Dr.

Katherine Magyarody PhD (Iliya Sigal), and Michael Jeney; greatgrandchildren Eva, Lea, and Aaron.

Dr. Jeney will be remembered for the great love of his family, his deep commitment to his faith and the care of his patients. He loved the outdoors and was a wonderful storyteller. He will be sorely missed. The funeral will be held at First Evangelical Lutheran Church (116 Bond St, Toronto) on Monday, June 17, 2019 at 10 am. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Hungarian Lutheran Church (administrative mailing address: 34 Langbourne Place, Toronto, ON, M3B 1A9) in memory of Dr. Leslie (Laszlo) Jeney.


July 21, 1925 - June 10, 2019 Audrey died peacefully at her home in Toronto on June 10, 2019 after a long illness.

Predeceased by her parents, James Willis Wood and Helen Wood (nee Porter); and her siblings, Shirley and Barbara.

She is survived by her loving husband, Donald; and her children, Michael (Susan), Margaret and Christine (Borys).

Audrey was born in Cavan County near Peterborough, graduated from University College in the University of Toronto, and went on to have a successful career as the Head of History at Midland Avenue Collegiate Institute in Scarborough. There, she made many friends and worked tirelessly for the benefit of her students. She was a lifelong member of the University Women's Club, an accomplished pianist, an avid student of history, a world traveller and an antique collector.

The family is grateful for the compassion and dedication of Audrey's many caregivers, which allowed her to remain in her home with Donald and her beloved Dalmatian Gloria.

We would like to thank Dr.Zysman and St. Elizabeth's Society. A private service will be followed by interment at St. Paul's Anglican Cemetery.

JOAN KISHNER (nee Maron)

Surrounded by her family, Joan Kishner passed away on June 11, 2019, at the age of 74 in Toronto, Ontario. Dearly loved wife of 52 years to Gerald "Yank" Kishner.

Cherished mother to Jeffrey Kishner (Jennifer Gotlieb) and Jennifer James (Courtney).

Adored grandma to Joshua and Ariel Kishner. Joan will also be sadly missed by her brother, Robert Maron, and is predeceased by her parents Arthur and Helen Maron.

Joan was born in Montreal, Quebec, and in her childhood, excelled in both academics and athletics. She enjoyed horseback riding, sailing, tennis, and was an expert skier. Joan met the love of her life, Yank, while working at Mont Gabriel, where she was a ski instructor and he was ski patrol. In her late 20s, Joan was diagnosed with a life-threatening illness.

Her legendary strength, courage and ability to conquer adversity were embedded and would take her from one achievement to another throughout her life.

After graduating from McGill University, Joan and Yank married and attended graduate school at Syracuse University, where she was top of her class. Afterward, they moved to Detroit, MI. It was here that she developed her lifelong passion for helping those less fortunate by working with at-risk youth.

In 1973, they moved to Toronto, Ontario, to start a family. While championed with keeping the family organized and cared for, Joan continued to work with several charitable organizations. Later, she created an Alzheimer's research initiative at The Clark Institute, and created and led fundraising platforms at Crohn's and Colitis Canada.

She was able to increase funds raised for the annual gala twentyfold and was recognized with an award from the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario.

Most of all, Joan cherished spending time with friends and family. Whether demonstrating her amazing prowess at scrabble and backgammon on the docks of De Grassi Point, playing bridge at BallenIsles, spending winter weekends at the slopes in Collingwood, cheering on her children at sporting or dance events, or playing board games with her grandchildren, she made an enduring impact on many people.

Funeral to be held on Thursday afternoon, June 13 at Steeles Memorial Chapel, at 1 p.m. For details: http:// Or call: 905-881-6003. In lieu of flowers, donations to Crohn's and Colitis Canada would be appreciated.


At Alexandra Marine & General Hospital in Goderich on Friday, June 7, 2019, Mr. Rob Lane of Benmiller in his 54th year. Beloved partner of Janice Collins and devoted single father of Kyli of Toronto, Mikenna of Toronto and Jimmy Lane of Sudbury and also extended family Matt, Lindsay and Levi Sloetjes of Toronto and Wesley Sloetjes of Crete, Greece. Loved by his mother, Mary Catherine Lane of Seaforth; siblings, Brian Lane of Oakville, Barry Lane of Palm Desert, Denise (Lane) and John Rishworth of Oakville, Brendan and Julie (Ciccarelli) Lane of Aberfoyle, Sean and Cathy (Sowerby) Lane of Benmiller; The Collins Family; and many lucky nieces, nephews, and friends.

Predeceased by his father, Jack Lane; sister-in-law, Susan Lane; and nephew, Elliot Lane.

A private Goodbye to Dad/Rob/ Dobber/Laner will be held. As expressions of sympathy, memorial donations to the Alexandra Marine and General Hospital Foundation would be appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to Falconer Funeral Homes - Bluewater Chapel, Goderich.

Messages for Rob's family are welcome at


Retired President of Renown Steel Corporation. Passed away on Wednesday, June 12, 2019 at Extendicare Peterborough, at the age of 88. Alex was the beloved husband of Shoshana Lewis. Proud father of Martin Lewis and the late Andrew Lewis; and step-father to Neil (Irene) Danics, and Roy (Carol) Danics. Grandpa Alex will also be missed by his many grandchildren.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Sunday, June 16, 2019 from 2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

at the Ashburnham Funeral Home, 840 Armour Road, Peterborough. If desired, donations to the Alzheimer Society may be made through the funeral home or online.


November 7, 1933 August 19, 2018 Beverley was born in 1933, to William and Alice Butler, the younger sister of Barbara (1926 2006), in Toronto. She attended St. Clement's School (1951) and Trinity College, University of Toronto (1954) with summers spent up at Sparrow Lake.

Beverley was predeceased by her first husband Donald Lewis and her second husband Peter O'Conner. She is survived by her children Janet, Peter and Bill and Peter's children Steven, Jeff, and Barbara and 9 grandchildren.

She married Don in 1955, a union that would last 44 years. They to Montreal in 1967 where she was an active member of The Junior League and president in 1972. After moving back to Toronto in 1979 she opened, with her friend Gail Dawson, the boutique Beverley Gayle, which would become a fixture on Mount Pleasant Road.

The Anglican Church was an important part of her life. She was a long-standing parishioner at St. John's York Mills where she served as Warden from 1993-96.

After Don's sad passing in 1999, an old childhood friend who had recently lost his wife, came into her life, Peter O'Connor. They married in October of 2000.

Thus began the next chapter in her life. She and Peter travelled extensively from their homes in Las Vegas and Scottsdale. Peter passed away in 2017.

An interment ceremony will be held at 10:00 a.m. on June 24th at St. John's - York Mills Anglican Church (19 Don Ridge Drive, North York) with a Celebration of Life reception to follow at 12:00 p.m.

at The Cricket Club (141 Wilson Avenue, Toronto).

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. John's York Mills Anglican Church in Toronto or St.

Clement's School in Toronto.


It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Kathy McGregor (nee Murphy). She died peacefully after a short illness on Monday, June 10, 2019 in her 76th year, and spent her last days with her devoted husband John McGregor, her partner for over 40 years, her sons, dear family and friends.

Kathy was the cherished mother of Chris Watson (Meredith), Matthew Watson (Grace), and Kevin Watson, predeceased in 2012 (Christi). Kathy was a loving grandmother, or as she like to be called "MIMI", to Sadie, Kieran, Charlie, Owen, Francis, Olivia and Gwyneth. She was a beloved sister to Peggy, Maureen, Patrick and Dennis. Kathy was predeceased by her brother Kevin and her parents John and Peggy Murphy.

Born March 14, 1944 in Chicago, Illinois, Kathy spent her youth in Lacrosse, Wisconsin and attended Marymount Manhattan University and Marquette University. She moved from Lacrosse to Toronto in 1965. Kathy started selling real estate in 1977 and retired after spending a successful 30 years with Royal Lepage. Many of her former clients are close friends today. Kathy and her husband John travelled extensively and enjoyed memberships at The Lambton Golf Club, The Caledon Mountain Trout Cub and the Lost City Golf Club in Atlantis, Florida.

Kathy will always be remembered by family and her many friends for her unconditional love, loyalty, generosity, compassion and extreme zest to live life to the fullest. She was quick, funny, bold and would strike up a conversation with anybody. Kathy's intense love also extended to animals as well, especially her West Highland Terriers. She will be greatly missed by her family and friends and any person lucky enough to meet her.

The family would like to express our deepest gratitude to Dr.

Normand Laperriere, Dr. Warren Mason, Dr. John Bryson, Annie, Tharsika, Rebecca, Deborah, Lorna, Carolyn, Deven, Yaa, Kaitlin, Linda and the rest of the incredible staff at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre. In lieu of flowers, please donate to

There will be a celebration of life at Lambton Golf Club, 100 Scarlett Road, Toronto, Ontario on Monday, June 24th from 1 p.m.

to 4 p.m.


Shirley (nee Smith), dearly loved wife of the late David Menzel, died at the Bradgate Arms in Toronto on June 12, 2019 at the age of 92 years.

She leaves behind; her brother, Cyril Smith (June) of Ottawa; niece, Kathy Smith (Brad Crewson) of Duncan, BC; and David's daughters, Anne Larson (Erling) and Sara Menzel and their children, Alison Schubert (Ted), Clare and Connor Brackley; and great- grandchildren, Max and Magnus Schubert.

Shirley had a passion for life and brought a sense of fun to everything that she did. She was a dedicated volunteer with both Sunshine Centres and Christ Church Deer Park and was always ready to extend a hand to those in need. The family would like to thank all the people who supported and cared for Shirley over the last while: especially Anne Larkin, John Deliakis and the staff at the Bradgate Arms and Retire-AtHome Services. We are grateful for your kindness.

Funeral services will be at Christ Church, Deer Park, 1510 Yonge Street on Monday, June 24th at 2 p.m. Flowers gracefully declined. If you wish, a donation to Sunshine Centre for Seniors or the Scott Mission would be appreciated.


On June 8, 2019, our family and her many, many friends lost a very special person. Diane was so loving, caring, and compassionate.

She will be missed by so many.

Born on October 5, 1945 in Kelowna, BC, she was predeceased by her mother, Chiyo, and her father, Akira Shishido. Diane and Bill married on September 14, 1968 and were blessed with two wonderful daughters, Alison Marconicchio (Vito) and Zoé Doyle (Mike), both born in Thunder Bay. But the greatest joys in her life were her two young grandchildren, Coco Doyle (5) and Bonham Doyle (2). Coco and Bonham could not possibly have been more loved by any Nanée. She loved to get them treats.

Diane had many accomplishments in her life. She was among the last graduates of the TGH School of Nursing. She worked as a nurse, a clinic co-ordinator, and as a medical secretarial instructor at Herzing College where she became the Head Teacher and ultimately Director of the College.

On retirement, she applied her enthusiasm for and love of life to her family and to volunteer and cultural activities. Being a consummate people person, and also very determined, she became a terrific fundraiser, particularly in the theatre sector where she helped found The Company Theatre whose productions received popular and critical acclaim, the most recent being the award-winning production of Jerusalem.

Diane made friends easily. She just attracted people to her given her varied interests, her sense of humour, and her caring nature.

She loved being with her friends and learning about their lives and families, but she particularly loved their shopping and dining outings. Regarding her illness, Diane was stoic, positive, brave, and comforted by how full her life had been. Her only real regret was in not being able to watch Coco and Bonham grow up.

Diane leaves behind her brother, Ron Shishido (Valerie, Lindsey and James, Logan) and sister Sherry Usami (Koji, Lauren and Kyle and Aria, Justin) as well as many relatives from Japan.

Many thanks from the family to the wonderful doctors, nurses, and staff at TGH and the PMH palliative care unit for the wonderful care and comfort they provided her.

A private service will be held on Monday, June 17 and a celebration of her life will be held at a date and venue to be announced.

Arrangements entrusted to Turner & Porter Yorke Chapel. If desired, donations in memoriam may be directed to the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation.

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In loving memory of Joan Patricia Neylan (née Parkinson) of Toronto, who died at the age of 89 on June 13, 2019, at the Isabel & Arthur Meighen Manor, Toronto.

She was married to the late Daniel Neylan for 53 years. Mother of Tracy and her husband, Michael Fitzmaurice; Michael and his wife, Jennifer Usatis. Beloved "Emma" to her four grandchildren, Connor, Rowan, Sophie and Ben.

Following graduation from the University of Toronto in 1951, Pat joined the staff of Chatelaine magazine for eight years. She then became one of the small group of pioneering female copywriters in the male-dominated ("Mad Men" era) advertising world, working at J. Walter Thompson and McCann Erickson. She retired after 20 years in publishing at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.

A lifelong sportswoman, Pat enjoyed many hours and activities at the Cricket Club. She spent winters at Osler Bluff Ski Club and summers at Glenwild in Muskoka. An avid traveller, she and Danny embarked on many adventures across the seven continents upon retirement. Pat used her organizational expertise to plan many a family ski holiday, picnic, beach holiday and exotic Christmas vacation, and more.

With her trademark curiosity and passion for life, she always enjoyed meeting new people and exploring new cultures. She will be missed by her many pals on the ski slopes, tennis courts and at the bridge and card tables of the world.

A celebration of Pat's life will be held at the Mount Pleasant Funeral Centre at 375 Mount Pleasant Road, Toronto, on Wednesday, June 19, 2019, from 1-3 p.m. In lieu of flowers, a donation to the Parkinson Society of Canada in Pat's name would be greatly appreciated by the family.


April 21, 193 0 June 8, 2019

Beloved wife of 66 years to Robert. Loving mother of Christopher (Karen), Ellen (Greg) and Claire (Dale). Adored Grammy of Olivia, Julia, Renee and Luke and Great Grammy of Penelope.

Predeceased by her daughter, Francesca and dear brother, Douglas Green.

We will love you forever and always.

Special thanks to the staff at Belmont House, 2 West. A private family memorial will be held at a later date.


QC On Monday, June 10, 2019 Peter Howard Hunter Ridout died against his wishes. When told by his attending physician that death was imminent, at age 93, his response was "SO SOON?" His wit, intellect and heart were intact to the end. He was incredulous that nothing else would cooperate! Predeceased by the love of his life and wife of over 50 years, Judith Jane Blackey; and his sisters, Joan Bruce and Katharine Knier Kortright; he achieved a Ridout age benchmark through life balance, persistence, curiosity, and four walks a day with his best friend, Charlie. Peter is survived by two generations, Antoinette Ridout and Rob Armstrong of West Vancouver, Thomas and Jana Ridout of Toronto, Peter Ridout and Jacqueline Barron of Calgary, James and Megan Ridout of Toronto and grandchildren, Rebecca, Talia, Samuel, Matthew, Amelia, Charlie, Griffin, Brooke, Leo, Cormac, Jardine, and Blackey.

Peter survived boyhood as a citizen of the Republic of Rathnelly, where fingers in toasters, firecrackers in gas tanks, and the local toughs claimed numerous victims and warned future generations off all kinds of danger. Brown School and ultimately University of Toronto Schools instilled in Peter hard work, perseverance, knowledge, and inquisitiveness.

His summers were spent first as a caddie in 1942 and then a bellhop in 1946 and '47 at Banff Springs Hotel, all the while enjoying mountain hikes, motorcycle rides to Lake Louise, golfing, and camaraderie.

He formed lifelong friendships and an attachment to Western Canada and the mountain parks.

Peter attended Trinity College, U of T. After graduating, he spent a year in Abitibi and then enrolled at Osgoode Hall leading to a career in law. He started practice in 1953 with his friend and brother-inlaw, Maxwell Bruce, and practiced for 40 years, most recently as a partner at McMillan Binch. His legal career was eclectic and followed his interests. He was not a litigator but litigated complex matters to the Supreme Court of Canada with success. His practice touched numerous areas in which he excelled becoming a trusted advisor to many. He was always generous to his colleagues, especially those he mentored. His only bias was excellence.

Peter's interests were many and reflected the Canada of his generation. Canoe tripping, Collingwood, Muskoka, Georgian Bay were hallmarks of a life well lived. On a ski vacation at Tremblant while teaching Judith to ski by demonstration, he fell deeply in love. In competition, he won her hand starting his favourite journey in life. Four children followed and a life full of adventure. When not a gentleman farmer, his devotion was to Grace Church on the Hill and its community although less so the 8am service. He served on numerous boards and gave his time generously to the needs of the community.

A lifelong student at University of Toronto he devoured books, current affairs and always connected to the world around him. He was also a student of French and dressed with flair and purpose. Travel was with intent, highlighted by many unique destinations, China in 1972 and most recently a multigenerational family trip to the Western Front to trace the WWI experience of Col James Arthur Blackey, his father in law.

With a reduced range of athletic goals in his later years, golf, billiards, the sport of bridge and accompanying friendships brought constant joy to his calendar. In addition he relished his next doctors' appointments and humoured doctors and nurses alike always asking about their schooling and upbringing.

His loyalty to family and friends, spanned every part of his life and all generations.

Peter's final steps were taken at Pleasant Prospect, his farm of 50 years in the Pretty River Valley, on a beautiful day with Spring flowers, birds in abundance, and views into the middle distance. From there he took his leave and we are poorer for his absence.

A Memorial Service will be held at Grace Church on the Hill at 3 p.m. on Monday, June 17, 2019.

Reception to follow.

In Peter's memory, memorial donations may be made to Collingwood General and Marine Hospital or University of Toronto School (UTS).


February 20, 1925 April 30, 2019 Ruth passed away peacefully in her 95th year, in the loving presence of family, at Sunrise of Thornhill. She was born in Doucet, Quebec to Harold and Mary Hinman and spent most of her youth in Montreal, where she met her husband, Arnold.

They were core members of the Dominion Douglas United Church "Young" Couples Club, the source of many deep and long lasting friendships, and Ruth was a hard working member of the UCW. Ruth and Arn relocated to Toronto in 1978 and soon became involved in activities at Fairlawn Avenue United Church and also took up square dancing with great enthusiasm. Ruth carried on bravely after Arnold's passing in 1999 and continued to spend summers at the family cottage at Lac Marois for many years.

Though her later years were impacted by vascular dementia and increasing frailty, she retained her kind heart, her appreciation of people and her sense of humour to the end.

Ruth will always be remembered and cherished by her three children, Ken (Susan J. Peterson), Don (Lynn) and Lois (Phillip Wattam); her five grandchildren, Stephanie Papini (Rocco), Jessica Russell, Sarah Wattam (Marko Skof), Jocelyn Wattam (Shawn Williams) and Christopher Wattam (Christina Campsall); her surviving brother, Allan Hinman (Sherry); her five great-grandchildren and her niece and nephews.

The family wishes to thank caregivers from Seniors For Seniors for years of home care and those at Sunrise for care in her final months.

A celebration of Ruth's life will be held at Fairlawn Avenue United Church, Toronto, on Monday, June 17 at 11:00 a.m. Donations in her memory may be made to the Alzheimer Society of Toronto at Condolences may be sent to the family at


Katherine Moulton Stevens died peacefully in Toronto on June 13, 2019. Kitto, as she was known to her family, was born on November 26, 1917 in Oakville to Gladys (née Walker) and John Guest; she was the youngest of four children. Her father was Headmaster at Appleby College, which she and her sister, Elizabeth, attended for several years, despite the fact that it was a boys' school. At the age of 12, she went to Ovenden College in Barrie, and later to the University of Toronto, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree. In 1940, she married Major James G.

(Hamish) Osler of Toronto, who was stationed in England at the time. Their daughters, Mary and Kathy, were born in 1941 and 1944, respectively; Hamish was killed in France in 1944. In 1947 Kitto married Major J. Hugh Stevens, who moved to Canada for exactly that purpose (and never regretted it for a moment). In addition to Mary and Kathy, they had three children, Jean (Jennie) in 1948, John in 1949, and Alison in 1951. Hugh Stevens was an executive at Canada Wire and Cable Company, and they travelled throughout the world during his career. Kitto was an outstanding golfer, and tolerated tennis for the sake of the company and five-pin bowling for winter exercise.

She loved singing, and taught us many of the music hall favourites we still sing at family get-togethers. She was an excellent story-teller who specialized in accounts of mischief and derring-do. But most of all, she was our rock and centre, and her family is grateful for the many years she was with us. With all of her people she had particular, rich and sustained relationships, and we each have special and personal memories that frame her love for us and express our love for her. There is at least one memory that we all share, which is Kitto sitting in her long chair in the verandah at the white house at De Grassi Point, where she spent almost all the summers of her life. It will be called "Kitto's Chair" for many years to come, whoever should be sitting in it.

Kitto was predeceased by her daughter, Mary; her second husband, Hugh; and her first husband, Hamish. She is survived by her daughters, Kathy, Jennie (Mehmet), and Alison (John); and her son, John (Nancy; Glenda); by her grandchildren, Kathy, Susie, Rachel, Hugh, Alison (Jamie), Stephanie (Brian), Yasemin (Liam), Jem (Aimée), Sahra (Dave), Flickerine, Luke (Lizzie), Leslie (Texas), Valerie (Brendan), Alexander, Kristin (Jess), Jennie, and Danielle (Tim); and by her greatgrandchildren, Thomas, Jackson, Elise, Beatrice, Clementine, Olivia, Duncan, Hamish, Callum, Lucy, William, Juliet, Emre, Kai, Zoe, Dylan, Alegria, Sam, Sterling, Ella, Cayden, and Harper. For Mira BransbyWilliams and Michèle MarteauD'Autry, Kitto was their Canadian mother; they gave her many fond memories and much love.

There will be a private interment and, later in the year, a celebration of Kitto's life. In remembrance, the family welcomes donations to the Children's Aid Society, Janet McDonald Scholarship, 25 Spadina Ave., Toronto, ON, M5R 2S9 and the Providence Health Care Foundation, 3276 St. Clair Ave. E.,Toronto, ON M1L 1W1.


Passed away peacefully in East General Hospital in Toronto, on Wednesday, June 12, 2019 at age 85.

Born May 31, 1934 in Tallinn, Estonia.

Evening service and visitation will take place on Tuesday, June 18 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Russian Orthodox Church Christ The Saviour Cathedral, 823 Manning Street and Follis. Funeral service on June 19 at 10:00 a.m., followed by interment at York Cemetery, Section N.

Léon leaves behind his beloved wife Rosy, his extended family and many friends. Léon was a scholar, traveller and pilgrim.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Doctors Without Borders or The Bruce Trail Association.


Died peacefully on June 8, 2019 at the age of 72. Known professionally as "Tara Somerville", she was born in Toronto, Ontario to Archibald Burnside Whitelaw and Margaret Somerville Whitelaw (McKibbin).

At the age of 15 she began modern dance with teachers, Mary Wigman and Biannca Rose in the German School. She also danced with the Toronto Dance Theatre with Trish Beatty.

When Tara was 17, she founded a small group in 1964 (Three for Dance) at a theatre at Ryerson with George Sanford and Jon Bush. She began serious training in ballet in her early twenties at the Royal Academy of Dance, London, England. She also trained at the National Ballet of Canada under Lois Smith, Betty Oliphant and David Adams.

Her life of dance changed abruptly when at 18 she was diagnosed with leukemia. She was unable to dance for 2 years while she underwent bone marrow transplants. Her career became very eclectic based on treatment and school. She danced (briefly) with Ballet Rambert in London, the Joffrey Ballet (4 years) as well as experimental groups connected with the National Ballet of Canada.

In 1976, when Tara was 29 she moved to New York City and studied at the Joffrey Ballet, School of American Ballet under Balanchine and New York Conservatory for the Arts.

She began choreographing and teaching at Carnegie Hall, the Louisville Ballet Company, Conservatory for the Arts and Theatre Dance where she was involved in dance groups such as Chet Walker's Fosse projects and Staten Island Ballet Company.

Theatre Dance closed in 1993 and Tara lost her "home base" in New York City. She moved upstate to upper New York State (Woodstock) and taught at the Conservatory for the Arts, Mt. View Studio, Madeline's Dance Centre, formed a Children's Performing Group and Adult Dance Group and was "artist in residence" at Holy Cross Church. She also worked with the Renaissance Fair at the Performing Arts of Woodstock and with the Byrd-on-a-Cliffe Theatre.

In approximately 2007, Tara was diagnosed with Parkinson's and in 2015 she returned to Toronto to be close to her family. Margaret is survived by her sisters, Kathryn, Robin and predeceased by Susan and brothers, James, Richard and Chris. She has a niece, Aislynn, nephews, Andrew and Drake and great nieces, Arwen and Isla.

A private memorial will be held at a later date. The family wish to thank the staff on the 6th floor at Midland Gardens for their compassionate care.


June 12, 2019, peacefully, at the age of 90, at Blanchelande Park Nursing Home, Guernsey, UK.

Predeceased by his beloved wife Anne and grandchild Mathew. He is survived by daughters Debbie (Dave), Sally (Paul), and Catherine (Len), grandchildren Daniel (Abby), Kristin, Kelly and Josh, and great-grandchildren Ira and Lev.

Upon graduating from Queens' College, Cambridge in the UK, Steve worked in Borneo for 5 years. In 1957, Steve and Anne made the decision to immigrate to North America. They began life in Canada in Vancouver and from there moved to Regina. Steve worked for the provincial government in financial control and economic development.

In 1968, Steve started working with Parsons and Whittemore, Inc. (P&W), of New York and was involved in the development of turn-key projects in the pulp, paper and chemical industries, notably the start-up of pulp mills in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and Nackawic, New Brunswick. He was the general manager in charge of construction in New Brunswick. In 1972, Steve was made CEO, Canadian Operations and in 1979 was appointed a Director and member of the Executive Committee of the parent company in New York.

Steve left P&W to join two partners specialising in the reorganisation, rescue, refinancing and turn-around of companies involved in retailing, shipbuilding sawmilling and machinery manufacturing.

He ended his career in the role of Project Director of the $1250 million Japanese/ Canadian joint venture pulp and paper mill in Howe Sound.

Steve and Anne retired to Guernsey in 1991. He volunteered extensively and was instrumental in the redevelopment of Les Bourgs Hospice. His latter years were spent caring for Anne after she developed Alzheimer's.

Anne died in 2017.


Born in Toronto, Ontario on April 27, 1977, and died on Georgian Bay, Ontario on June 16, 2012. His father, Geoffrey; sister Jennifer; loving family and friends honour Colin's courage, wisdom and goodness. Colin was raised by his parents, Geoffrey and Elaine, in Toronto, Canada and then in Hilton Head, South Carolina before his return to Canada.

Colin found fulfillment and achieved in sports, Outward Bound, the arts and academic pursuits. He was brilliant and charming. Also a natural helper and led by his love of children, Colin created a high school mentoring program for younger students. He graduated Salutatorian of his class and attended McGill University. Early in adulthood Colin's life was changed by the onset of a devastating mental illness that he fought with immense resourcefulness and bravery.

Even in the face of terrific emotional hardship, Colin could draw from within himself love, fortitude and grace. He extended kindness to strangers and had a deeply felt desire to create a better world. In Colin's life and in his last stand to create peace out of chaos, he was heroic.

Now through the night there shines the light of a spirit that is free... to fly.

The Boone Family In Loving Memory


November 27, 1997 June 18, 2016 Unable are the Loved to die For Love is Immortality...

Emily Dickinson With love, Mom, Dad and Matt In Loving Memory


July 26, 1920 June 16, 2018 Always so good, unselfish and kind Few on this earth her equal we find.

Sincere and true, in her heart and mind, Beautiful memories, she left behind You are not forgotten, dear mother.

Our hearts still yearn for your smiling eyes and your adventurous spirit.

Your loving family In Loving Memory


April 29, 1930 - June 16, 2018 Forever in our memories and in our hearts, love always.

Lorraine and Family In Loving Memory I


June 25, 1994 - June 16, 2009 Our loss is the Father's gain.

Missed every moment of every day.

Love Always Mom, Dad, Joss and Theo 'Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be terrified; do not be discouraged; the Lord God will be with you wherever you go.' Joshua 1:9

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