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Saturday, December 1, 2018 – Page B16


May 21, 1951 November 30, 1998

"There is a road, no simple highway, between the dawn and the dark of night" Robert Hunter Twenty years ago you left us.

Never forgotten, always loved.


Sam, Robin, Leila, Wes, and Hannah are thrilled to announce the arrival of Emma (Emily) Mackay born on October 17, 2018, 3 lbs. 12 oz., at 30 weeks. The ninth grandchild for Mary and Tony Brebner, Toronto, and sixth grandchild for Pat and Mayo Ridesic, Niagara-on-the-Lake.

Emma was an early surprise arrival and she came home on November 20th. Thanks to the doctors and nurses at Mount Sinai and Michael Garron Hospitals who took excellent care of Emma.


Caitlin Vernon and Sebastian Potter announce the arrival of their baby, Felix Henry Vernon Potter, born on November 26, 2018 at 3:14 a.m. at the Toronto Birth Centre. Proud grandparents include Cynthia Gunn, Geoffrey Vernon, Ariel Raya, Julia Bourque and Mark Potter. Aunties include Alexandra Potter, Julia Vernon and Charlotte Potter.

Great- grandparents include Winnifred and Harold Gunn, Debby and Patrick Vernon, Patricia and Charles Bourque, Carmen Cormier and Frederic Potter. Thank you to Riverdale Community Midwives and the staff at the Toronto Birth Centre.


Passed unexpectedly at Toronto General Hospital on November 24, 2018. Greatly missed by sister Karen Alison, children, Alicia and Callum Owen. Renowned sculptor of public and private commissions. Chief among her accomplishments was the 1812 monument on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. Founded the Department of Maxillofacial Prosthetics at Sunnybrook. Passionate and inspirational force who revelled in the beauty of life right until the end.

A celebration of her life will be held Spring 2019. For details:


July 16, 1935 November 28, 2018

It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of our fabulous husband, Dad and Grandpa, John Anthony. He will be hugely missed by his beloved wife Gerry; his wonderful children, Peter (Louise), Rob (Alison), Janet (Ollie); and grandchildren, Damon and Calvin, Stuart and Ben, Isabel and Ella.

John was a graduate of University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry (5T8). He established a successful dental practice where he enjoyed his work and patients for over 40 years. John taught at the U of T Faculty of Dentistry and held several positions at the Royal College of Dental Surgeons. He was President of the Anderson Study Club and a member of the International College of Dentists.

Dad's greatest love was his beautiful cottage in Muskoka, most of which he built himself. His happiest moments were spending time there with family and friends, a legacy he has passed on to the next generation.

When it was too cold to be in Muskoka, Gerry planned exciting trips. Together they experienced adventure, food and wine everywhere they went.

John's motto was "Work hard/ Play hard"; he did both with boundless energy and positive thinking.

Visitation will be held Tuesday December 4th, 7 - 9 p.m., Morley Bedford Funeral Home, 159 Eglinton Avenue West.

Memorial Service will take place Wednesday December 5th, 11 a.m., Grace Church on-the-Hill, 300 Lonsdale Road. Reception follows.

In memory of John, donations to the Sprint Active Living Centre, 140 Merton Street, would be welcome.


October 10, 1925 November 30, 2018

Harry passed away in his home in Oakville, Ontario on the morning of November 30, 2018. At 93, Harry had lived an incredibly full life, relishing his roles as a loving father, grandfather, brother, and uncle; distinguished World War II veteran; plumber and all-around handyman; celebrated former mayor of Oakville; and lifelong protector of public space and municipal heritage.

Harry was born in the upstairs bedroom of his parents' modest home on Trafalgar Road and left us a few kilometres away in the house that he built with his beloved wife Jackie. Although he fought overseas and travelled the world, Harry's greatest accomplishments were in his hometown. While serving as the chairman of the Oakville Planning Board in the 1960s and as the 42nd mayor of Oakville from 1973 to 1985, Harry instituted a town policy to buy up parkland for public use. In the early 1980s, he helped found the Old Oakville Heritage Conservation District and was a proud member of the Oakville Historical Society and the Oakville Heritage Committee. In 2012, the town honoured his civic leadership by creating the Harry Barrett Waterfront Parks System and in 2016 he was awarded a Lieutenant Governor's Award by the National Trust for Canada.

Harry is survived by his daughters Carol and Laurie; his grandsons Chris and Dan; his niece Anne; his great-nephew Ben; his great-niece Amy; and his great-great niece Michaela. He was predeceased by his wife Jackie; his brother Jack; and his sister-in-law Emma; and his son-in-law Roger.

There will be a visitation at Kopriva Taylor Community Funeral Home, 64 Lakeshore Road West, Oakville (one block East of Kerr Street) from 1 - 4 p.m.

on Sunday, December 2nd. The funeral service will take place at 1 p.m. on Monday, December 3rd, at St. John's United Church, 262 Randall St, Oakville. In lieu of flowers, donations are welcome to the Scott Mission or a charity of choice. Online condolences may be left at


Born Waddington, New Zealand, December 3, 1921; died Vancouver, Canada, November 20, 2018.

We are saddened to share the news of Cyril's death just before his 97th birthday. He was a kind and generous man who taught his family to celebrate diversity and adventure, kindness and shared joy. He delighted in good food, travel, politics, gardening, music and his great passion, tennis. He will be mourned by daughter Diana, partner Thomas; granddaughter Eleanor, Liam and their son Arthur Cyril; son Adrian, partner Loreen; granddaughter Juniper, partner Jess; by his extended family Claudia and Kevin and friends around the world.

Cyril was a colonial administrator and economist in the South Pacific before completing his PhD in social anthropology at the London School of Economics. During extensive field work in New Guinea, Fiji and Northern BC, he was supported, as in life, by his wife, Betty. His appointment to the Department of Anthropology and Sociology at UBC began a long career as an international academic, observer, and writer. He continued a family tradition of service as a founding member of CUSO, as Director of a Regional Training Centre for UN Fellows in Vancouver, and with UNESCO, the UN Bureau of Social Affairs, and the International Social Science Council. He served as President of the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, as editor of Current Anthropology, was an Honorary Life Member of the Royal Anthropological Institute and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.

Cyril was an unrepentant thinker and writer. His publications ranged from academic studies (The Indians of British Columbia, Under the Ivi Tree, Changing Melanesia) to philosophical and political analyses of the world around him (Anatomy of a University, Towers Besieged: The Dilemma of the Creative University, The Sorcerer's Apprentice: An Anthropology of Public Policy) . Towards the end of his life, Cyril imagined a better world for his granddaughters and their children in Creating Our Destiny, based on the essay with which he won the Utopian World Championship in 2005.

There will be no memorial service as Cyril asked to be remembered around a dinner table with good friends, excellent food and a glass of wine. Donations in his memory may be made to Doctors Without Borders, the UNHCR (United Nations Refugee Agency) or organisations that support the homeless.


December 25, 1928 November 28, 2018 Died peacefully in his sleep at North York General Hospital.

Much loved husband of Isabel "Frankie" (née Frankland), father to Kate (Dominic), Ken (Sheryl) and Jean (José) and Grandad to Joey, Olivia, Julia, Natalie and Christopher.

John was born in Nottinghamshire in the UK, completed his mining engineering degree at Royal School of Mines, Imperial College, London - where he would return in 1961 for a year of graduate work. After immigrating to northern Ontario in the 1950s via mining stints in Mexico, BC and the Yukon, he met and married Frankie in Elliot Lake and later settled in Saskatchewan for a decade.

In the 1970s, the family moved to Toronto where John worked for the provincial Ministry of Natural Resources and Ontario Hydro.

His National Service was with the Royal Air Force and ultimately led to his gaining his pilot licence, owning an airplane and working with the Royal Canadian Air Cadets.

Visitation will be held at the R.S. Kane Funeral Home, 6150 Yonge St., North York, on Monday, December 3rd from 10 a.m. until the time of the funeral service at 11a.m. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to United Church Mission and Service ( or Parkinson Canada (

Condolences may be left at



Celebration of Life Art Gallery of Ontario Walker Court

December 11, 6 p.m.


David passed away suddenly November 8, 2018. Loving husband to Jane; father to Daryl (Helen Taraba) and Devon (Jon Drake); grandfather to Liam, Aiden, Sophie, Hunter and Hendrix.

Loved, remembered, missed.


After a long life and valiant fight, Olive passed away peacefully and surrounded by family at Sunnybrook Hospital on November 24, 2018 at the age of 100.

Predeceased by her husband, Lloyd (1985). Lovingly remembered by her sons, Jim (Beth) of Gravenhurst and Don of Toronto. Special Grandma to Cathryn (Samir Zabaneh) and Peter.

Cherished Great-Grandma to Michael, Nicholas and Leila Zabaneh.

Olive was an elegant, compassionate and generous lady who was loved and cherished by all. She had a rich long life which included teachers' college, significant volunteer work, church and travel, and yet she never forgot her humble beginnings and the importance of family.

She loved gardening, lawn bowling and her beloved Scottie dogs. Although her vision failed in the later years, she continued to read the newspaper every morning, play bridge regularly and enjoy dining out. She always had welcome arms for her three great grandchildren and loved spending time with them. Family and friends were honoured to celebrate Olive's 100th birthday with her this past summer, a very special memory for everyone.

A private funeral has been held. In memory of Olive, donations may be made to Leaside Presbyterian Church or a charity of choice.


Passed away peacefully at Warkworth Place on Saturday, November 17, 2018 in his 83rd year. Loving Dad of Andrew De La Cour, Ryan De La Cour and his wife Laurie. Proud grampa of Chris, Kyle, Tyler, Krystle, Tiffany (Miguel), Tasha, Brittanie, Justin, Jorden and great-grandchild on the way. Cherished brother of Lynne McGee. John will be truly missed by nieces, nephews, Molly, extended family and many friends. Remembered with fond memories by Lyn. A special thank you to all the staff at Warkworth Place for all their care and support.

As per John's wishes, cremation has taken place. Arrangements are entrusted with Weaver Life Center - Campbellford, 77 Second St. In lieu of flowers, a donation may be made to The Bridge Hospice, Warkworth.

Online guestbook and condolences at


88, died November 28, 2018 at VNA Hospice House in Vero Beach.

He was born in London, England and lived in Vero Beach coming from Turville Farm, Carlton Place, Ontario, in 1988.

David was a veteran of the Canadian armed services.

He retired as and the General Manager of BP Belgium and formerly was the Executive VP of BP Canada.

David was a member of St.

Mark's Anglican Church in Vero Beach.

He had a great love of family and adored his grandsons.

David was a graduate of the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor's Degree in Agriculture.

Survivors include son, Andrew K. Deverell, (Brenda) of Carlton Place, Ontario, Canada; grandsons, Michael and Brandon Deverell; and sister, Judith Gurr.

He was preceded in death by his wife 37 years, Fleurette Deverell.

Memorial contributions may be made to St. Marks Anglican Church, P.O. Box 6994, Vero Beach, FL 32961-6994 in lieu of flowers.

A Requiem Mass will be held 11:00 a.m. on Monday, December 3, 2018 at St. Marks Anglican Church, 1795 45th Street, Vero Beach, Florida.

Arrangements are under the direction of Strunk Funeral Home and Crematory, Vero Beach.

A guest book is available at


Beloved wife of George P.

Dickson. Passed November 17, 2018, in Troon, Scotland.

Will be greatly missed by family and friends.

Condolences to


1954 - 2018 Del died on November 26, 2018, surrounded by his adoring daughters, Lauren and Shaundra (Manish); and his devoted wife, Liz Scheid. Beloved by his parents, Delsworth and Charlotte Harnish; and his siblings, David (Cheryl), Jim (Michelle), Nancy, Raymond (Lynda), Heather (Dean), Charlotte and Diane (John). Dear brother-inlaw to Richard, Margaret, Susan and Ray. Loving grandpa to Noah. Fond uncle to his nieces and nephews.

Del earned his Bachelor's and Master's degrees from Queen's University, and his Ph.D. at McMaster University, where he joined the Faculty of Health Sciences in 1994. He began his career as a virologist, then became renowned for his brilliance and leadership in educational innovation. Del was key in developing the extremely popular, inquiry-based Bachelor of Health Sciences Honours program and was the program's first assistant dean, a position he held for 15 years. As vice-dean in the faculty since 2015, he was both collaborative and effective in setting up unique inter-disciplinary programs such as the Integrated Biomedical Engineering and Health Sciences program and the Health Leadership Academy with the DeGroote School of Business.

Del's genius brought a unique view to academia. Complexity sciences and chaos theory became a language for him to describe the world and how it is changing. He saw the need for difference and creativity in bringing about change, and resisted the urge to reward people for repeatedly doing the same things. He was restless and needed to experiment, tinker and wonder aloud about what might be. In a world that privileges knowledge and certainty, he was provocative, always challenging.

This provocation, knowing that it was in service of truth and of building our lives with intention and integrity, inspired many to bring forth their unique qualities into the world.

The outpouring of affection and appreciation for Del during his short illness and since his passing has been remarkable. Del's kindness and passion for life, work, food, wine, fun and stirring things up will be missed deeply by his colleagues, friends and family. Del leaves a legacy in the programs that he developed and in the many students whom he inspired to innovate and disrupt systems forever.

Visitation will be held on Monday December 3, 2018 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Dodsworth and Brown Funeral Home-Ancaster Chapel, 378 Wilson Street East, Ancaster.

Tributes will be spoken at 7 p.m.

A memorial service will be held at McMaster University at a later date.

Memorial contributions may be made to a scholarship in Del's honour at delharnish or to the Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre Foundation.


June 11,1927 November 15, 2018 Robert passed peacefully at his family home in Etobicoke on Thursday Nov. 15th. Robert was the son of Reginald and Viola (Machum) Haskell of Revere Massachusetts. He is survived by his loving wife of 61 years Marilyn (Stitts), son Roger and two daughters Susan (Thorsten Kaye) and Carolyn.

He was known as "Papa" to his granddaughters McKenna and Marlowe. He served as an Aviation Radioman in the United States Navy during World War Two. Robert was graduated from Tufts University with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration.

He received his MBA from Xavier University. He was an athlete who played football (nose tackle), enjoyed skiing in Vermont with his younger brother Richard (predeceased) and was a member of the Islington Golf Course for many years. He was President of NVF Industries Canada for 35 years. He was a long time member (Deacon/ Finance Chairman) of Kingsway Baptist Church. Bob, as most called him, was also an avid reader who loved exchanging books with friends and a loving man with a dry sense of humour.

Bob's celebration will be held at Kingsway Baptist Church on December 3, 2018 from 11 a.m.1:30 p.m. 41 Birchview Blvd. in Etobicoke. In lieu of flowers, kindly consider donating to Kingsway Baptist Church (www. select Donate Now, enter donation amount, click down arrow on the right under FUND and select 05 - Designated Fund - Indonesian Mission.


Passed away peacefully on November 27, 2018 at age 89.

Predeceased by his son, Nicholas.

He is survived by his loving wife of 59 years, Barbara; children, Ken (Fabienne) Hester; Jim Hester (Amalia Lukacs); Jenny (Mike) Telek; and Paula (Keith) Young. Grandchildren Nicholas, Andrew, Kelsey, Sydney, Laura, William, Thomas, Laura, Tony, Austin, Kaylee.

Celebration of Life will be held from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, December 9, 2018 at The Heritage Village Recreation Club, 3425 Frederick Ave, Vineland, ON. Private memorial will be held at the convenience of the family. Memorial donations may be made to your favourite charity.

Please visit his condolence page at


Passed serenely surrounded by four generations of family members on Thanksgiving night, November 22, 2018, in Longboat Key, FL, in his 92nd year. Cherished by his wife of 31 years, Sue Bassett, Murf, a true renaissance man, an orthodontist in Buffalo, entrepreneur, developer, visionary and founder of the world acclaimed Colony Beach and Tennis Resort on Longboat Key, Florida over 40 years ago.

Survived by his son, Michael (Terri), Katie Moulton (Michael) and Tommy (Jaymie) and step-children, John Bassett (Dianne), Victoria Bassett (Meredith), Carling Seguso (Robert), and Heidi Blair (Chris). Forever a mentor and inspiration, so loved and clearly blessed with 18 grandchildren and 11 greatgrandchildren.

LINDA LANDSBERG (nee Coristine)

1941 - 2018 After a tragic accident on November 20, 2018. Survived by her loving daughters Wendy and Cathy; cherished grandchildren Casey, Brandon, Zachary and Jessica; her brother Ian Coristine and a wide circle of friends.

Predeceased by her daughter Julie and brother Michael.

Visitation and service at Glen Oaks Funeral Home, Oakville, Saturday, December 8th. for details

SHIRLEY LEON (nee Burns, formerly Omstead)

Passed away peacefully on Tuesday, November 27, 2018 in Toronto at the age of 89 after an 11 year battle with dementia. Dearly loved by her late husbands Jack Leon and Duane Omstead. Loving mother to Cherie (Richard), Dana (Helga) and Shawn (Janet) and predeceased by her young son, Brian. Loving stepmother to John (Lisa), Brian (Cathy) and Peggy (Frank). Proud Nana of Stephen, Christopher, Michael, Jacqueline, Jordan, Dave, Amanda, Meredith, Jack, Mark, Michael, Matthew, Vanessa, Lucy, Patrick, Johnny, Shannon, Paul and Barry. Survived by her sister Pat Nicholson and predeceased by her brother Jerry Burns.

All of us will miss her immensely.

Shirley was born on April 13, 1929 in Windsor. She was gifted with an operatic voice, which she used in her early 20's to join the Detroit Civic Light opera. She never lost her love for her singing Irish classics like Danny Boy and Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral all her life and would often entertain family and friends whenever she had the chance. Shirley spent much of her early adult life in Wheatley, Ontario where she met and married Duane Omstead when she was 27 years old. She then split her time between Wheatley and Ft. Lauderdale, Florida through her 30's and 40's. Shirley opened up her home in Florida to everyone and loved to entertain.

While in Florida, she developed her passion for cruising and golf, which she enjoyed throughout her life and passed down both joys to her entire family.

Following Duane's passing, her second life began with Jack Leon in 1982 in Toronto. In 1985, Jack and Shirley bought a cottage on Lake Simcoe in Sutton, Ontario across from the Briars Golf Course. She spent every summer enjoying her family and friends on Hedge Road. Many great family Thanksgivings were enjoyed at the "19th Hole" in Sutton, Ontario and many countless cherished family memories were made. Most of all, Shirley lived for her entire family and was keenly interested in her children and grandchildren's success in whatever they pursued.

She had tremendous pride in everyone in her family. She had more memorable sayings than anyone could ever count and we will miss them all. We want to thank her extremely devoted caregivers who have been her loving companions. We are forever grateful for their care. A very big thank you to the wonderful staff at the Meighen Manor for their loving care during Shirley's six-year stay.

Friends may call at Lambton Golf and Country Club (100 Scarlett Road, Toronto) for a visitation followed by a Celebration of Life on Tuesday, December 4th from 5 - 8 p.m. with speeches and song to commence at 5:30 p.m.

Donations may be made to either the Salvation Army, Meighen Health Centre, 155 Millwood Road, Toronto ON M4S1J6, or the Alzheimer Society of Toronto, 20 Eglinton Ave West, 16th Floor, Toronto, ON M4R 1K8. Online condolences may be made through


March 10, 1972 November 24, 2018 It is with profound sadness that the family of Ken announce his sudden and tragic passing.

Beloved husband of Lindsay.

Amazing father of Lauren, Ryan and Hannah. Cherished grandson of Mary Macleod. Treasured son of Gordon and Elizabeth and loved brother of David and John.

Ken was a great friend to many in the community and the first to offer his help to anyone in need.

He enjoyed spending weekends in Creemore visiting his parents and skiing at Devil's Glen Ski Club. In the summer months he could often be found golfing at TGC. Above all else, he enjoyed spending time with his family, of which he was immensely proud.

Friends may call at the Turner & Porter Yorke Chapel, 2357 Bloor St. W. (East of the Jane subway) on Sunday, December 2nd, from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. A Celebration of Life will be held at The Old Mill, 21 Old Mill Road on Monday, December 3, 2018 with family and friends gathering at 6:30 p.m. for words of tribute at 7 p.m. All are welcome to come and share their favorite stories about Ken. If friends so desire, memorial donations may be made to Mount Sinai Hospital.

Online condolences may be made through


November 26, 1940 November 15, 2018 Born in Brantford, Ontario and longtime resident of Toronto, Brian McKenzie Malcolm passed away November 15th, surrounded by his three sons, Bruce, Cameron and Duncan; and loving wife, Marnie (Perigoe) Malcolm. Son to Ewart and Irene (Bowden) Malcolm; and older brother to Blair, Marney (Horton), Rod and Scott Malcolm. Brian and Marnie married in Agincourt, Ontario on May 20, 1967, and Brian graduated from Queen's University with a Bachelor of Arts in 1971. Brian's role with Trust Companies Victoria and Grey, and National Trust, took his young family to Kingston, Cobourg, Orangeville, Port Credit and North Bay; finally settling in Toronto. Through school, business, church, Ski Patrol and Rotary, he formed lasting friendships, many of which continued to this day.

In 1989, Brian left the Trust business and joined the Presbyterian Seminary, Knox College, as the Administrator at the University of Toronto campus. He particularly enjoyed working with students and the fledgling Ecumenical Chaplaincy at the University of Toronto. He continued on the Chaplaincy Board and the Board of Evangel Hall in Toronto for many years following retirement.

Whether it was through his support of the churches he attended, or other organizations his family was involved with, his was a life of service.

Brian loved being with family at the cottage on Balsam Lake.

He reveled in watching his sons; beloved daughters-in-law (Jennifer, Courtney and Julia); and grandchildren (Paige, Graeme, Whitaker, Celeste, Lila, Colin and Deirdre) grow and love the outdoors as he did.

Music was a lifelong passion for Brian. Although his clarinet took him on many adventures as a young man, it was choral music that inspired him throughout his life. A long-time member of the Mississauga Choral Society, he also sang in church choirs as part of his expression of faith.

A Celebration of Life will be held in Eglinton St. George's United Church, 35 Lytton Boulevard, Toronto on Friday, December 7th, at 1:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Ecumenical Chaplaincy at the University of Toronto (, Evangel Hall Mission ( or Eglinton St. Georges United Church ( Condolences, photographs and memories may be forwarded through www.


November 26, 2018 It is with great sadness that we announce the peaceful passing, on November 26, 2018, of our beloved husband, father and grandfather, the Honourable Louis Marceau, in his home in Québec city, surrounded by his family. Husband to late Céline Michaud (1969); he leaves behind his wife, Suzanne Duquette; and his children, Danièle (Yves Fradet), Marie-Odile (Leung Chow), Patrice (Susan Fan) and Nathalie (Gilles Boucher); his grandchildren, Chloe (FrancoisXavier Picard Rens), Max, Jasmine (Thomas Bernard), Emilie and Abigail; Yves's children, Vincent (Hélène Marchand), Amélie (Michel Couture), Olivier (MarieÈve Bergeron) and their children.

He also leaves behind his sisters, Elizabeth (Yvon Gauthier) and Marguerite (late Marc Dorion); his brothers, Picard (Lilia Chaloux), Pierre (Danielle Roy) and Michel (Paulette Girard); his predeceased siblings, Gilles (Charlotte Couture), Claude (GeorgetteTremblay), Patrice, Paul, Marie (late Louis Lemieux), Vincent (Danielle Gagnon), André (Ann Lacourcière) and Robert (Thérèse Marier); his brothers-in-law, Jean Duquette (Doris Thomas) and Marc Michaud (Louisa Goodyear); his sisters-inlaw, Martine (Pierre Lachance), Mélanie (Michel Ste-Marie) and Chantale; his godchildren, Pierre Duquette, Renée et Marie Marceau; as well as many nephews and nieces.

Born in Québec city in 1927, Louis Marceau was a scholar, a humanist, a man of profound integrity. He studied law at Laval University, followed by a Doctorat d'État at La Sorbonne in Paris, completed with honors. Soon after joining the faculty of law at Laval University, he became its youngest Dean in 1964 and went on to head a lasting reform of the faculty. In 1969, he was named by the Québec legislature Ombudsman of Quebec, the first provincial ombudsman and gave the institution its foundations. In 1976, he was appointed judge at the Federal Court, Trial Division, and in 1982, at the Federal Court of Appeal, until his retirement in 2000. He infused his decisions with a mastery of language, a cartesian logic faithful to his training as a civiliste, a deep sense of human rights and equality, and a humble respect of traditions and institutions. At the end of his distinguished career, he resumed an old passion that he approached with his legendary discipline and mastery: golf.

With an unwavering faith in God, Louis Marceau lived a life of selfless devotion to the public service, to his family and friends who will miss his intellect, strength of character, grace and kindness.

The family will receive your condolences at the Coopérative funéraire des deux rives, 693 ave Nérée Tremblay, Québec, on Friday, December 7th, from 18h00 to 21h00 and from 13h00 Saturday, December 8, at Église St-Dominique, 175 GrandeAllée west, Québec, where a religious ceremony will be held at 14h00. The family is inviting you afterwards to a reception at the Administrative Centre of the Cimetière Saint-Charles, 1460 boulevard Wilfrid-Hamel.

Memorial donations may be made to the Quebec Diocese or the parish of St- Dominique, Québec.

Online condolences:


April 23, 1954 - September 29, 2018

Richard Meech's life was full of laughter, love, a wide-ranging curiosity and the search for wisdom.

Sadly, Richard died unexpectedly of urosepsis after a prostate biopsy.

We will celebrate Richard's life on Tuesday, December 18th, at the Great Hall, Hart House, University of Toronto. The ceremony will begin at 1:30 p.m. (Doors open at 1 p.m.)

Richard was the beloved son of Carol Crockett Meech (d. 2018) and Richard C. Meech, Q.C. (d. 2007). He was named after his grandfather Richard George Meech, Q.C. (d. 1990).

Richard will always be remembered by his loving partner of 24 years, Jill Rigby; his close siblings Susan, Peter, Sarah (Sally) and Nan; his extended family; his friends and the many others whom he connected with along the way.

Richard was educated at Blythwood Public School, Upper Canada College, Queen's, Harvard, the Sorbonne and the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris (as a Rotary International Scholar). An avid reader, intrepid traveller and attentive listener, he never stopped learning.

Working with Butterfield & Robinson unleashed in Richard a love of adventure and a fascination with foreign cultures. His adventures continued around the world with his creative collaborator Michael Grant in their Emmy Award-winning Millennium: Tribal Wisdom and the Modern World, a series of ten one-hour films seen by over 70 million viewers worldwide.

His other film and television production work included 72 Hours: True Crime, the Gemini-nominated film In the Shadow of a Saint: The Ken Wiwa Story, and several episodes of both Exhibit A: Secrets of Forensic Science and National Geographic's 13-part series Doctors Without Borders: Life in the Field.

In 2010, Richard wrote, directed and produced Ayahuasca: Vine of the Soul, a documentary reflecting his strong intuition that a radical shift in consciousness is necessary for truly comprehending the natural world.

Three years ago, Richard and Jill moved from Toronto to Salt Spring Island, B.C. Amid the natural beauty of the island, they planned exciting new projects and adventures.

Recently Richard had begun attending courses in the Philosophy, Cosmology and Consciousness department of the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) in San Francisco. He hoped to teach there one day and to create a film or series in collaboration with Sean Kelly and others at CIIS. He was excited to have found a group dedicated to exploring the same set of ideas that had been inspiring him for his entire adult life.

Richard sought a deeper understanding of the human condition in the modern world and felt a strong desire to contribute to the ongoing transformation of our culture. What he might have done next in his life journey, we can only imagine.

The original obituary for Richard, containing additional information, was published on October 13, 2018.

Condolences, photographs, or memories may be forwarded to family members at

The Richard G. Meech Anima Mundi Scholarship Fund will provide financial assistance to Canadian students in the department of Philosophy, Cosmology and Consciousness (PCC) at the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS). The PCC department aims to shape the leadership necessary for profound, progressive transformation of social institutions and individual consciousness.

For more information or to contribute please contact rgmeechscholarship@


September 30, 1941 November 21, 2018

Ed was predeceased by his parents, N. John and Mary (Ballachey) McNeill. Dearly loved brother of Gary (Pat), Bill (Brenda) and Margie (Peter Kelly). He will be missed by his companion Gene and loving friend for life Marilyn. Ed followed the lives of his nieces and nephews, Kristi (Oliver), Gord (Celeste), Katie (Ben), Tom (Lindsay), Sheila (Geoff) and Mary (Josh), with great interest and loved getting to know their children Addison, Ben, Fergus, Gracie May and Jack.

Ed loved history, especially family history, and was a wealth of information on any topic. We will all miss him.

Our family would like to thank all the doctors, nurses and other staff at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre (Sunnybrook Campus) and Sunnybrook Veterans Centre ~ K-Wing for their outstanding care during Ed's illness. We greatly appreciate all of their kindness and concern.

In keeping with Ed's wishes, there will be no funeral service. A celebration of Ed's life will be held at a later date.

Condolences, photographs and memories may be forwarded through www.


Surrounded by his loving family, Michael Joseph O'Connor passed away peacefully on Wednesday, November 28, 2018. He is survived by his beloved wife, Jeanne Marie (Trudeau) and adoring daughters, Louise McGill (Michael), Jane Neal (Andrew), Michelle O'Connor Coughlan (Donald), Carolyn O'Connor (Kostas); and grandchildren, Stephanie, Meghan and Cameron McGill; Andrew, James and Alexandra Neal; Mikayla and Alexander Gardias; and many beloved nieces and nephews.

Michael was born in Marmora, Ontario, on February 27, 1924, the son of Edward Donald O'Connor and Maude Marie Hogan. He is predeceased by his sisters, Mary Donnelly, Margaret Courneya, Joan Verrault; and brother, Breen O'Connor. Following his graduation from St. Michael's College at the University of Toronto, he pursued a career in the pharmaceutical industry, retiring as Vice President of Marketing at A.H. Robins Canada Inc.

Our father dedicated his life to his family, and his greatest joy was spending time with us. We will forever cherish every moment we spent together. He was the most loving, patient and devoted husband, father and grandfather, who was loved by his entire extended family.

He was a voracious reader, who possessed an endless intellectual curiosity and a thirst for knowledge. He touched the hearts of everyone he came into contact with. Not only was he adored by his family, but he was loved and respected by all who knew him. He inspired everyone with his courage, his incredibly positive attitude and caring ways.

Our heartfelt thanks and deepest gratitude for the outstanding and compassionate care provided by the physicians at Joseph Brant Hospital, Burlington, including: Dr. Lisa Christjanson, Dr. Wesley Reimer, Dr. Michael Mills, Dr. Keith Greenway and Dr. Samir Kalia. We also wish to sincerely thank the nursing team who went above and beyond in caring for our father, and the entire hospital staff who did so much to brighten his days.

A memorial service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, December 28 at St. Andrew Church in Oakville, with a reception to follow. In lieu of lowers donations may be made to the Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation or the Canadian Cancer Society.


(Born April 14, 1937) passed away on Sunday, November 25, 2018 in Sapporo, Japan after a lengthy illness.

Peter was born in Manchester, England, the eldest of four boys (Peter, Philip, David and Steven).

Peter often recalled with great pleasure his time growing up with his brothers and particularly his early schooling at Lymm Grammar School. In 1960 he graduated from the University of London with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Science and became a member of the Royal College of Surgeons. He married Mary Elizabeth Olley (nee Sharpe) in May 1958 and welcomed his first child, Deborah in 1962. His son Stuart followed in 1965. Peter immigrated with his young family to Canada in 1967 and welcomed two more daughters, Sarah in 1970 and Rebecca in 1972.

Peter had a long and distinguished career at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Ontario starting as a Research Fellow in the Division of Cardiology and ultimately becoming the Director of Cardiovascular Research and a Professor of the Research Institute at SickKids. Peter was most proud of his research work leading to the development of an innovative treatment for newborn infants born with a typically fatal heart defect. This treatment resulted in the survival of countless otherwise terminally ill children.

In 1986, Peter re-located to Edmonton, Alberta where he became Professor and Chair of the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Alberta Hospital, a position he held until 1996.

Following his retirement Peter moved to Sapporo, Japan with his second wife Setsuko Ogawa where he enjoyed travel, reading and watching his beloved Manchester United Football Club.

Peter is survived by his wife Setsuko, his children and stepchildren, his brothers, Mary and grandchildren.

Peter's awards, professional designations and charitable associations are too great to list but to us he was our much loved husband, father, brother, grandfather and we will miss him.

A service was held in Sapporo, Japan.


Ph.D., FRSC, LLD, OBC May 12, 1925 - November 26, 2018 Howard Petch was born to Thomas Earle and Edith May (Painter) in Scarborough Township, York County, Ontario less than ten miles from the farms settled in the 1790s and 1830s by his German-American and British ancestors. His three siblings are still living: William James in British Columbia, Naureen Elizabeth Brodie and Donald John in Ontario. Howard died in Victoria, which he considered Canada's most livable and beautiful city.

WWII ended six months after Howard completed his training as a navigatorair bomber in the RCAF. He used his veteran's credits to attend the Veterans Session initiated by McMaster University in January 1946 and graduated in 1949 (BSc in Chemistry and Physics). Howard pursued graduate studies at McMaster (MSc 1950) and the University of British Columbia (PhD 1952). After postdoctoral research at McMaster and Cambridge University, where he held a Rutherford Memorial Fellowship, he joined the faculty at McMaster. In addition to his professorial appointments, he was Chair of the Department of Metallurgical Engineering (1957-1961), Director of Research (1961-1963) and Principal of Hamilton College (1963-1967) at McMaster. He moved to the University of Waterloo in 1967 where he served as Vice President Academic, Acting President and President (pro tem).

While a student at McMaster, Howard met, fell in love with and married the first of two remarkable women with each of whom he would spend many great years. Rosalind (Lindy) June Hulet, also a student and a RCAF veteran, and he married in the summer of 1949. Their first child, Stephen Howard (Sue Fraser) was born in 1952 in Vancouver and is now retired, after a career as a playwright, and lives in Vancouver. Patricia (Tricia) Louise Cook was born in 1954 in Hamilton and lives in Burlington where she raised three gifted children: Michael David (Vanessa Lamb), Jennifer Diane Edith van Hardenberg (Michael van Hardenberg) and Katherine Rosalind (Christine Taylor) are actively pursuing careers in Melbourne, San Francisco and Montreal, respectively. Sadly, their third child Suzanne died a few days after in 1959, and Rosalind died in January 1975, bringing great grief to all the family.

On January 1, 1975, Howard took on the duties of President and Vice Chancellor of the University of Victoria (UVic). While maintaining its reputation for excellent teaching, he proceeded to lead it on a program of growth and development, which laid the foundation for UVic to become, as it is today, one of Canada's outstanding universities. He also played a wider provincial role by promoting greater access, particularly for rural young people, to postsecondary education, by advocating for science, engineering and high tech industry and in fostering working relations among the Province's postsecondary institutions.

While attending a reception at UVic, he met a vivacious young woman, Linda Jean Schlechte, who was lecturing in the Faculty of Education. They married in 1976, and their son, Jeremy Earle, was born in Victoria in 1977. When he retired in 1990, Howard took on major responsibility for running the household and raising Jeremy, so Linda could devote her time to developing her management consulting business. She was remarkably successful and had business clients as far east as Halifax and as far north as Inuvik. Now living in Toronto, Jeremy (Suzanne Turner) is involved in teaching, research and management in health and health policy and raising two very active children, Clara born in 2014 and Henry born in 2017.

Howard's interests and contributions extended well beyond academe through service on countless committees, task forces, commissions and governing bodies from the municipal to the national level. He served on the Science Council of Canada, Defense Research Board, British Columbia Arts Council, Science and Technology Centre, Pickering Airport Commission, Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope, Asia Pacific Foundation, Victoria Foundation, Premier's Summit on the Economy (BC), Senior's Advisory Council of BC, and Business and Industrial Development Commission of Victoria. His service has been recognized through the award of numerous honors including Fellowship in the Royal Society of Canada, several honorary degrees (McMaster, Waterloo, UBC, Simon Fraser, and UVic), Centennial Medal, Confederation Commemorative Medal, Queen's Jubilee Medal, Honorary Citizen of Victoria, and the Order of British Columbia.

His love for nature, especially bird watching and gardening, brought him serenity and great joy to the end.

A celebration of Howard's life will be held on Sunday, December 16, at 3:00 p.m. at University of Victoria's Cadboro Commons, 3800 Finnerty Rd., Victoria (use Parking Lot 5 off Sinclair Rd.).


It is with great sadness that the Powell family announces the death of their dearly loved youngest sibling, David. Born in Port Arthur in 1962, David was adored by his four sisters, Mary, Joan, Martha, and Catherine. His only brother, Peter, was in equal measures his mentor, his friend, and his rival (mainly in chess. See below).

David was a happy and wellloved child who attended St.

Andrew's School and Bishop Gallagher Senior Elementary School before earning admission to Upper Canada College. During these formative years, David grew into a fierce and loyal friend and forged many life-long relationships. He also honed his love of live music with frequent nocturnal (read: unsanctioned) outings to downtown music venues. Following high school in Toronto, Dave explored his academic options at Fanshawe College, London and at Queen's University, Kingston. It was at Queen's that Dave became friends with Gord Downey and the boys of The Tragically Hip. Impressed by his affable personality, attention to detail, and confident intelligence, Dave was named the band's tour manager, a job at which he excelled for the next nine years. For years following, Dave entertained his family and friends with hilarious tales of life on the road. There were very few big cities in North America or Europe that Dave couldn't recall in detail, listing off names of bars and restaurants and recounting various hijinks involving the boys.

Dave was a true student of music.

From his early years at Thunder Bay's Avila Centre to the end of his days, he loved to spend time listening to and making music.

Whether he was buying used guitars, teaching guitar technique, or mastering the Theremin, Dave always had a deep understanding of music, and a half-dozen fine guitars close at hand. Returning to Thunder Bay after his life with The Hip, Dave enjoyed regular garage band gigs at his home with his many musical pals.

In addition to music, Dave had many interests. He inherited his father's mechanical ineptitude although he had a closet brimming with time-worn tools and he was entirely comfortable with wellused and unreliable cars. He was an avid radio hound, tuning in at all hours of the night to old serials and current talk shows, following the airwaves from the far east to the deep south. Dave was a weak but exciting chess player, which suited his brother; the two were equally matched. Dave was also an avid reader and an energetic debater. And whether you agreed with him or not, everyone was certain on one point: Dave had an opinion on every subject known to man.

In sum, Dave was a bright, funny, loyal, argumentative, loving, and beautiful brother.

He will be deeply missed by Peter, Mary (Bob Segworth), Joan (Dino DiGiuseppe), Martha, and Catherine. Dave loved all his nieces and nephews, and he had a special bond with Pete's daughter, Claire. They found comfort near the bounds of norm, as artists will do, and they recognized the love in that kinship. Uncle Boog, as they called him, will be sorely missed by Charlie and Claire Powell; Kate and Jane Leadbeater; Max, Martha, and Sam DiGiuseppe; and Brent McIntosh. David was predeceased by his parents, Evan and Audrey Powell.

A service to remember David will be held on Friday, December 7, 2018 at Sargent & Son Funeral Home beginning at 12:30 p.m.

As expressions of sympathy, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or The Thunder Bay & District Humane Society. On-line condolences may be made at

It matters not how a man dies, but how he lives. The act of dying is not of importance, it lasts so short a time.

Samuel Johnson


BA, CFA Born June 23, 1933 died peacefully surrounded by loved ones on November 28, 2018 at Toronto. Devoted husband of Carolyn (nee Starr, deceased 2006) for 45 years. Father of Katy, Patrick (Rebecca) and John (Bridget). Grandfather to David and Mary. Survived by sisters, Carolyn and Dianne. Much loved by many nephews and nieces.

Cherished friend of Ann Hanna.

As Founding Partner and former Chairman of Toronto based financial management firm, DavisRea Ltd., David dedicated his career to providing exceptional service to his many clients. He was a proud "old boy" of St.

Andrew's College and remained a stalwart supporter and volunteer to the end of his life. An accomplished artist and chef, these were more than simple hobbies, David based his love of travel and his time at his Georgian Bay cottage around these activities. Sharp dresser, model train enthusiast, student of Roman history, classical music aficionado, all describe our dear father. We will miss his unique energy and joie de vivre.

Service at 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at Grace Church on-the-Hill, 300 Lonsdale Road, Toronto.

Reception to follow. Donations may be made to Belmont House or the Movement Disorders Clinic at Toronto Western Hospital.


1931 - 2018 Died peacefully after a long struggle with Parkinson's in Sarnia, Ontario on November 17, 2018. He is deeply mourned by his wife Lainey, his children Ralph Rozema, Patricia Rozema and Gary Rozema and their spouses, Emmy and Nid, his grandchildren Jacoba, Evelyn (Evy), Kiran John (KJ), Tina, Tammy and great-grandchildren Shauna and Mitchell, as well as brothers and sisters-in-law, friends and many nieces and nephews.

As a prominent developer and philanthropist in his community, he touched the lives of many. He was predeceased by his first wife and the mother of his children, Jacoba Beredina Vos Rozema in 1992 who was also loved by many.

Our hearts are broken.


On Thursday, November 29, 2018 at his home. Beloved husband of Natalie. Loving father and fatherin-law of Tori and Howard Taylor, Ken and the late Juliet Schacter, Jon, and Jamie and Sari Schacter.

Dear brother and brother-in-law of the late Edith and Bernard Krakauer, and Lynda and Harvey Rilander. Devoted grandfather of Olivia, Sydney, and Austin.

At Temple Sinai Congregation, 210 Wilson Avenue, Toronto for service on Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 1:30 p.m. Interment in the Temple Sinai section of Pardes Chaim cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to The Dr. I. Bernard Schacter Neurosurgical Fund at Toronto Western Hospital Foundation 416-603-5300.


November 4, 1923 November 24, 2018 Her family is saddened to announce the passing of Pauline Miriam Scott (née Hill) on November 24, 2018 in Ottawa, the loving matriarch of a large, extended family.

Predeceased in 2014 by her husband of 68 years, Charles F. Scott QC, she will be deeply missed by her three sons, Charles (Catherine), Andrew (Erika) and Paul; seven grandchildren, Charles (Laura), Heather Davidson (Adam) and Jennifer Wellman (Michael), Elizabeth (Andrew Womak), Katherine (Bradley Boehringer), Caroline and Christine Scott; and nine great-grandchildren, Alexander, Sabrina and Orion Scott, Jake and Bailey Davidson, Olivia, Riley and Matthew Wellman and Ellis Boehringer.

Her grandchildren and her greatgrandchildren were her delights and she took pleasure in gardening with, and reading to, them.

Pauline also leaves her brother, Frederick W. Hill Jr. (Elaine).

Pauline was born in Toronto, the eldest child of Frederick W.

Hill and Miriam (Lord) Hill. She attended primary and secondary school in Forest Hill Village (Toronto) and became a student at Victoria College in the University of Toronto, where, as a first year student, she met her fourth-year husband-to-be, Charles F. Scott of Ottawa, at a North House dance.

After graduation in 1945 with her BA and in 1946 with a Diploma in Child Studies, she married and, somewhat to the consternation of her mother, moved to Ottawa, where her husband returned to practice law.

In Ottawa, she became engaged with the University Women's Club and the Maycourt organizations and served on the national executives of both. She had many wonderful friends in Ottawa and elsewhere and, in later years, travelled and cruised with her husband and their friends to Europe, China and the Caribbean.

She was an enthusiastic and talented gardener, a passion which she has passed to some of her grandchildren. Mum also enjoyed many wonderful summers at the family cottage on Big Rideau Lake where, for 60 years, she supervised three generations of children and grandchildren learning to swim in the cove and to water ski, sail and boat from the dock. After a wonderful time at the cottage and many visits there from the family this past summer, Pauline celebrated an early 95th birthday party at the cottage with a large number of children, grandchildren, greatgrandchildren and their spouses at Thanksgiving.

We are left with wonderful memories of a gracious and loving lady.

A family funeral service has been held and Pauline will be buried with her husband in Beechwood Cemetery.


April 9, 1957 November 26, 2018 It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Spencer Alan Tighe on November 26, 2018 after a short battle with a rare cancer.

He will be deeply missed by his wife and soulmate, Catherine, children, Evan and Alexandra, father Wray (Molly), brother, Brian (Kathy), nephew, Grayson, mother-inlaw, Helen, brother-in-law, Grant, and a circle of close friends. He was predeceased by his mother Mildred. With a passion for education and learning, Spencer received a degree at Queen's University, his medical degree from the University of Toronto, and completed his residency in psychiatry at the University of Ottawa. He spent a number of years in private practice and psychopharmacology research and consulting before returning to his true passion for community-based mental health and spent over a decade with ACTT (Assertive Community Treatment Team) at Pinecrest-Queensway Community Health Centre. He was committed to enhancing the quality of care for people with complex needs, and proudly served as a steering committee member and mentor for the Collaborative Mental Health Network (CMHN) of the Ontario College of Family Physicians.

Spencer's kindness, compassion, wisdom, and wit touched the lives of everyone around him. With a brilliant mind and wicked sense of humour, Spencer had an inspiring ability to always see and appreciate the beauty in our complex world. Above all, he was truly a devoted husband and father who cared deeply and unconditionally for his family.

In celebration of his life, a service will be held at Bayview Yards, 7 Bayview Road, on Saturday, December 8, 2018 at 4:30 p.m. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Spencer, please consider The Ottawa Mission to honour his dedication to offering hope and dignity to the most vulnerable.


"Veritas Via Vitae" November 3, 1922 November 23, 2018 Do not stand by my grave and weep; I am not there.

I am with the wind and the earth and the sea; I am back with nature - I am all around you.

It is with great sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of James R. Tyrrell in his 97th year at St. Joseph's Lifecare in Brantford on Friday, November 23, 2018. As a devoted father, mentor, and leader to many, he will be dearly missed by family, friends and colleagues.

Predeceased by his loving wife Sylvia Mary Tyrrell (nee Shackell) and his devoted companion Marjorie Stapleton of Hamilton, Jim is survived by his son Brian of Killaloe (Genevieve) and his daughter Janet of Brantford (Randy Johnson). He will be fondly remembered by his grandchildren Meghan Cameron, Agnes Joy and May Grace. He was predeceased by his father Lt. Col. J.R.J. Tyrrell, I.M.S., CIE; his mother Doris Tyrrell; and his sister Mary (Maryam Abdullah) of England.

Jim was born in 1922 in Indore, central India and educated in India, England and Ireland. After serving five years with the R.A.F.

as an observer in WWII on a tour with Transport Command Dorval, he finished his education at Trinity College, University of Toronto and Osgoode Hall Law School. He practiced law briefly in Toronto with the firm Day, Wilson, Campbell, and then moved to Simcoe and continued to practice law from 1955 to 1991 with the law firm of Brimage, Tyrrell, Van Severen and Hominiuk. Jim was appointed Queen's Counsel in 1970 and was awarded the Law Society of Upper Canada Bicentennial Award of Merit for public service in 1997. Outside of his career, Jim was deeply involved in community activities in Norfolk County including the Haldimand-Norfolk District Health Council, the Lynnwod Arts Centre, the Eva Brook Donly Museum, the Norfolk Information Centre, the Trinity Anglican Church Board of management and he also served as a member of the Simcoe Kinsmen and Rotary Clubs. In his retirement he lived at the Meadowlands Retirement Home in Ancaster and was a member of St. Stephen-on-the-Mount Anglican Church in Hamilton, the Royal Botanical Gardens and was a strong supporter of the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra.

He will be remembered as a gracious person who always helped family and friends, an avid gardener who grew magnificent roses and a man of great integrity with a strong sense of justice who made significant contributions to the welfare and rights of others.

His wisdom, wit and kind heart will be missed dearly by his family and all who knew him.

A special thank you to the compassionate care workers at St. Joseph's Lifecare in Brantford.

Cremation has taken place and ashes will be buried at Oakwood Cemetery in Simcoe. A memorial service will take place at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donate to a charity of one's choice.

Condolences can be sent to M.A.

Clark & Sons Funeral Home, 567 Upper Wellington St., Hamilton ON.


1929 - 2018

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Doris on Monday, November 19, 2018, at 89 years young after a long battle with cancer.

She was the beloved wife of Charlie for 60 years prior to his passing in 2011; and dear sister to Margaret and Robert.

Loving mother to Judy (David), Peter (Kim), and Pam (deceased husband Grant); proud grandmother to Ryan and Tucker; and proud stepgrandmother to Jennifer, Stephanie and Kaitlyn.

Doris was a voracious reader, bridge player, and a proud volunteer at the Princess Margaret Hospital.

A celebration of her life will be held at Delmanor, 187 Wynford Dr., Toronto on Sunday, December 2nd, between 1:00 and 4:00 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, a donation to the Canadian Cancer Society ( would be gratefully appreciated.

Condolences, photographs and memories may be forwarded through http://www.humphreymilesnewbig

CAROL WONG (nee Robertson)

1936 - 2018

Carol Wong (nee Robertson), born Oakville, Ontario, 1936, passed away peacefully at home Saturday, November 24, 2018, leaving husband Ronald; children Peter/Tayana, David/Wendy, Geoffrey/Mandy, Jennifer/ Stuart, Terry/Michelle and 7 grandchildren. Carol was quiet, unassuming, caring and loved by all who knew her. Cremation to follow a private service. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Canadian Jamaican Medical Assistance Society if so desired Condolences may be made by visiting

JOAN WYKES (nee Nightingale)

Peacefully at Christie Gardens in Toronto on November 24, 2018 at the age of 91. Beloved wife of the late E. Harold; mother of Julie Cays (Ian) and the late Christopher John. Proud Nana of Graeme Wykes and Matthew, Andrew and Erin Cays. Lovingly remembered by Graeme's mother, Gillian Johnston.

Joan was born in Annfield Plain, County Durham, U.K.

She graduated from the University of Liverpool as an architect and practiced in Durham until she married Harold in 1955 and soon moved to Toronto. After a hiatus to care for Julie and Christopher, she took a course at University of Toronto on "Second Careers for Women" in the 1970s and returned to work at an engineering firm as a draftswoman. Joan was a lifelong volunteer with many organizations, including the Dorothy Ley Hospice and St. George's Church on-the-Hill.

She was a strong, independent and optimistic woman who never failed to look elegant. Despite much sadness in her life, she continued to say how grateful and lucky she was. Her beautiful blue eyes and bright humour will be remembered by all who encountered her. Heartfelt thanks to the caring team at Christie Gardens as well as her dear friends Tess and Roselyn.

Cremation to be arranged by Morley Bedford Funeral Services with a celebration of life to be held at a later date. If desired, in lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to The Dorothy Ley Hospice or the Christie Gardens Foundation.

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