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Monday, December 3, 2018 – Page B17


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


Peacefully passed surrounded by family on November 29, 2018, at the age of 88. Predeceased by his wife of 60 years, Joyce Collins.

Loving and proud father and grandfather of Elizabeth Jane (BJ) (Ken Janzen) of Rosebud, Alberta; Kathleen, Toronto, Ontario; Joan (Paul Hubert), London, Ontario; children Alexandra |(Adam Johnson) Nicholas and Zachary; Karen (KB Bose), Unionville, Ontario; children Matthew and Meagan Bianco; Meredith (Thomas Flower), Phoenix, Arizona; children Julia and Natalia; and Andrew (Lisa Graff), San Mateo, California; children Samuel and Audrey.

Andy was born at home in Castleton, Ontario to Adra Anna Knapp and Andrew Alexander Kemp. He was the youngest of three boys and was predeceased by his brothers Donald (Jean, Burlington) and Douglas (Billie, Bowmanville). When he was 17, he attended the University of Toronto studying Institutional Management. Upon graduation he found a job in Financial Services and enjoyed a long and interesting career. He was a man of deep faith and enjoyed giving of his time, serving on many boards. He travelled extensively for work and pleasure. Andy's life exuded joy and kindness.

His love of people was surpassed only by his love of Swiss Chalet and strawberry ice cream.

In lieu of flowers, donations can me made to Sleeping Children Around the World: https://scaw. Visitation will take place at Chapel Ridge Funeral Home (8911 Woodbine Ave. Markham) on Monday, December 3, 2018 from 6 - 9 p.m. Followed by a service on Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 1 p.m. with a reception to follow. A Private family Burial will take place on Wednesday, December 5, 2018.


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.


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 flowers donations may be made to the Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation or the Canadian Cancer Society.


Passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on Saturday, December 1, 2018.

Former husband of the late Shirley Max. Loving father and father- in-law of Mitch and Anne, Jordan and Vivian, and Jeff and Emma. Dear brother and brother-in-law of Lillian Birnbaum and the late Saul, and Sylvia Cohen.

Devoted grandfather of Andrew and Rebecca, Rachel and Andrew, Naomi and Richard, David, Ilan, Adina, Yoni, Alicia, Meg, and Noah.

Proud great- grandfather of Charlie and Gabriel. Loving Uncle and Cousin to extended family. Will be sadly missed by his close companion Esther Atkin.

Trusted and devoted physician, friend and colleague, he lived a long life full of friendship, intellect, contribution and adventure.

At Benjamin's Park Memorial Chapel, 2401 Steeles Avenue West (three lights west of Dufferin) for service on Monday, December 3, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. Interment Community Section at Pardes Chaim Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to Foundation Western (University of Western Ontario), 1-800-423-9631, (giving.western .ca) or to a charity of your choice.


March 31, 1926 November 29, 2018

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Helen on November 29, 2018 at 92.5 years of age.

Helen was predeceased by her loving husband, Donald Prowse in 1996 and her son-in-law Chris Rathwell in 2004.

Proud and loving Mother to Bill (Margie), Karen Rathwell, Catherine Blair (Geoff), David (Joanne) and Carolyn Fainmel (Mark).

Loving Grandmother to Christie (Sage), Jocelyn (Reid), Donald, Kaitlyn, Alec, William (Sarah), Kelly, Emily (Brent), John and Allison (Marcus) and Great Grandmother ("GG") to Silas, Landon, Grady, Clayton, Estelle, Abigail and Briar.

Helen was born in Chatham, Ontario. She moved to Toronto as a child where she lived until Don's retirement and then moved to Oakville. She lived her last three years in Guelph at the Village of Arbour Trails.

Helen was known for her subtle sense of humour and strength of character.

She was always up for a game of Rummikub. She was the cornerstone of her large family and will be sorely missed.

A Celebration of Life will be held in the "Town Hall" at Arbour Trails (32 Bayberry Drive, Guelph) on Saturday, December 8th, at 11:00 a.m. If desired, in lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Massey Centre for Women in Toronto or a charity of your choice.


Passed away peacefully at her home on Friday, November 30, 2018 at the age of 98. Beloved wife of the late Dr. C. Borden Sanders (2004). Loving mother of Janet Stuart (Gavin) of Vancouver and Dr. David Sanders (Pamela) of Strathroy. Cherished grandmother of Heather (fiancé Will Connors), Christopher (Nicole) and Cameron (Megan O'Brien) Stuart, Michael and Robert Sanders and greatgrandmother to Amelia Stuart.

Jean graduated from St. Joseph's Hospital in London, Ontario as a Registered Nurse, where she worked in London with the VON, Windsor and Toronto. Living in Welland, Jean was very active.

She was a member of the Welland Hospital Auxiliary, volunteered for Welland/Pelham Meals on Wheels and Blood Donor Clinics.

She was also a long-time member of Central United Church.

The family will receive friends at the H.L. Cudney Funeral Home, 241 West Main Street, Welland on Monday, December 3rd, from 6 - 8 p.m. A funeral service will be held on Tuesday, December 4th, at Central United Church, 12 Young Street, Welland at 12:00 noon.

Private interment will take place in Grand Bend. As an expression of sympathy, donations to Central United Church or Niagara Health Foundation would be appreciated by the family.

Online condolences available at

JUDE GRAVELLE December 3, 2016 A beautiful sunrise, a great book, a suspenseful movie, a friendly dog; and I turn to share... Dear sister I miss you.

MONTE C. HIMAL Forever 28 "O wonderful son that can so astonish a mother."

-- William Shakespeare Your ever present glowing smile, ready wit, determination to recognize POSSIBILITIES in LIMITATIONS, wisdom soothes and remains my BEACON OF HOPE I give you my eternal love! -- Maman (Mom Terry)


In loving memory of our beloved nephew and cherished cousin.

You are gone from our lives but the memories of your courage and determination and of your wonderful sense of humour and glowing smile are etched forever in our hearts. We miss you.

Carole, Neil, Lonna, Mikaela and Gabriella, Steven, Tina, Tamara and Hilary.

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