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Thursday, March 21, 2019 – Page B21

JAMES NICHOLAS GRAVES

Peacefully at Headwaters Health Care Centre on Monday, March 18, 2019 at the age of 87. Beloved husband of Patricia Graves. Dear father of Wendy Glover (Bruce), Geoff (Cindy) and Jay (Lorrie).

Cherished grandfather of Kirsten, Patrick, Ellen, Cleo, Blake, Erica and Amanda.

Great-grandfather of 5. James will also be greatly missed by other relatives and many friends.

Funeral Service will be held at St. Marks Anglican Church, 5 First Ave., Orangeville on Friday, March 22, 2019 at 2:30 p.m. with visitation one hour prior. Memorial donations to Headwaters Foundation or St.

Marks Anglican Church would be appreciated by the family.

Condolences may be offered to the family at http://www.dodsandmcnair.com

ROBERT MASTERS

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Robert Marvin Masters on March 20, 2019. Peacefully in his home surrounded by his adoring family and loved ones. He was the beloved husband to Sheila for 64 years. Adoring father to his children and their spouses; Randy and Risa, Cynthia and Marc, Russell and Michele, and Jennifer.

Cherished gramps to his grandchildren and their spouses; Mark and Robyn, Michelle, Lily and Zach, Jacqueline and Adam, Gillis, Eric and Lindsay, Jake, Brett, Rachel, and Benjamin.

Special thanks to The Temmy Latner Centre Palliative Care for their excellent service with love and attention. At Benjamin's Park Memorial Chapel, 2401 Steeles Avenue West, Toronto (3 lights west of Dufferin) for service on Friday, March 22, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. Interment in Beth Tzedec Memorial Park. Shiva will be held at 77 Hillholm Road, Toronto.

Memorial donations may be made to Temmy Latner Centre for Palliative Care, 416-586-8283.

C CARL ARTHUR MILLS CD, P Eng

November 25, 1938 March 18, 2019 Born in London, ON, Carl Arthur Mills is survived by his loving wife, Sophia, and son, Milosh (Megan).

In his early life, Carl found direction in friends and mentors found at church, and during his high school years. Later he served with 27 Air Cadets, RCAF Auxiliary 420 (F) and 2420 AC&W Squadrons, and 400 Air Reserve Squadron in Toronto. Upon graduating from University of Waterloo ('65, P Eng), Carl began his electrical engineering career, and rejoined the RCAF reserves in Toronto. He left the reserves in 1983 as Lieutenant Colonel. After retirement he shared his vast knowledge of Canadian military history through lectures, art initiatives and memorial projects designed to honour the past, and to inspire future generations of military historians. His book, Banshees in the Royal Canadian Navy (Banshee Publication, 1991), represents his deep commitment to Canadian military history.

Carl will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or a charity of your choice.

Visitation at York Cemetery & Funeral Centre, 160 Beecroft, North York, will be held Friday, March 22 from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m.

and Saturday, March 23 from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. Funeral service at 2:00 p.m., followed by interment.

AMY MARGARET RACINE (Jeffrey)

June 10, 1937- March 16, 2019

It is with great sadness we report that on March 16, 2019, Amy Margaret (Jeffrey) Racine passed away unexpectedly at her home in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Amy was born in Sandy Cove on June 10, 1937 to Floyd Vertal Jeffrey and Margaret Elizabeth Holmes as the youngest of eight.

After moving to Halifax as a young woman, she met her husband-to-be, Philip Ernest Racine, whom she married in 1957.

After having three children, Amy's adventures with Phil took her to the Caribbean, the Bahamas, Connecticut, Ontario and finally back home to what was first a summer home in Yarmouth and then her permanent residence.

Amy developed a life-long love of sun and tennis through her island life, and, among other pastimes, she worked at the American Red Cross for many years in Stamford, Connecticut. Although Phil passed away in 2005, Amy has continued to live a busy life and became an avid golfer who could still be found on the tennis courts. She will be greatly missed by her family for many reasons, including her contagious laugh and quirky sense of humour; she was also a very strong person and a model of healthy aging.

Amy was predeceased by brothers, Fenwick (Laura), Philip (Helen) and Wendell (Marjorie); and sisters, Florence (Fred) and Reta (Edward). She is survived by brother, George (Jean) and sister, Helen (Raymond); sons, Andy (Debbie), Jeff (Jennifer) and Tim (Corinna); grandchildren, Jody, Ashleigh, Adam, Ellis and Thea; and great-grandchildren, Isaac, Sianna and Rosalie.

As per Amy's wishes, she has been cremated and will be laid to rest next to her husband in the Yarmouth Mountain Cemetery. Donations may be made in Amy's memory to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or a charity of your choice. Online condolences may be sent to: sweenysfh@eastlink.ca or you may sign the guestbook online at: http://www.sweenysfuneralhome.net.

EDISON McINNES TROTT (Ed)

Born in Vancouver January 26, 1917, died in Ottawa March 16, 2019. Son of Alfred Trott and Edna Maud (neé Rundle).

Edison was predeceased by his siblings, Jack, Harry, Bill, Julie and his twin brother Doug (Maggie).

Predeceased by his wife, Ellen Joyce (Joy) Trott in 2014.

Father of Susan Lafleur (predeceased) and grandfather to her sons Benjamin (predeceased Patrice) and Adrian (Libby), great grandfather to Gabriel and Dylan, Noah and Eloise, Australia. Father of Christopher (Lindsay), Australia, and grandfather to their daughters Alexandra (Ally), Vancouver and Tallulah, Australia. Father of Trevor (Susie), Calgary. Favourite uncle to many nieces and nephews across Canada.

Belovèd patriarchal figure to many children he met.

Special thanks to his friend Laurie and the attentive staff at Thorncliffe Place, Bells Corners, for love and laughter during his residence there.

They remember he said: "I will close my eyes and open my heart."

Ed and Joy would be the first to raise a gin and tonic to his extraordinary life shared with so many. He was raised in Portage La Prairie and Winnipeg. During WW II he initially joined the army then transferred to the RCAF (midupper and tail gunner). He completed his degree in agriculture and mathematics at the University of Manitoba, then moved to Ottawa, built a house at Crystal Bay where he and Joy raised Susan, Christopher and Trevor right on the Ottawa River.

Everyone will remember his subsequent remodelling of Cooper Street and design and building of and "the round house" immediately west of Ottawa.

He had long career with the Federal Civil Service in Ottawa, retiring after thirtyfive years. He and Joy travelled regularly to visit family in England, Canada, and Australia. Their mutual commitment to travel took them to Germany, Sweden, Russia, the Ukraine, Hawaii, the far east including China, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.

His was an adventurous life, lived to the full, with zest, excitement, and most of all love.

TERRY DEAN VAUDRY

Terry Dean Vaudry, 48, of Pembroke and Toronto, passed away on March 10, 2019 in West Palm Beach, Florida while doing one of the things he loved most, scuba diving with his son, Morgan.

He leaves his wife, Lori (Henderson) Vaudry; his mother, Verla (Condie) Vaudry; his sons, Morgan Vaudry and Ryan Marks; his daughters, Isabel Vaudry, Grace Vaudry and Sara Marks.

He also leaves his sisters, Brenda Albert and Kelly Smith; his brother, Brian Vaudry, as well as many close friends. He was predeceased by his father, Murray Vaudry.

Terry was the ultimate family man who always prioritized his wife and children and loved to see them happy. He also adored his two dogs, Penny and Piper (and Scrappy), and was referred to as the "Mayor of the Rosedale Dog Park." He was a kind, generous, intelligent, funny and remarkable man who will not be forgotten.

From a young age, Terry always knew he wanted to own his own business. He was determined to start working as soon as he could and became a paper boy at the age of nine. In high school he worked as a Disc Jockey to make extra money.

It was only after a few years of working full-time for a logistics company that Terry made the courageous decision to start his own firm, North American Logistics (NALSI) in 1997. Building up NALSI was a passion of Terry's and the company was always an extremely important part of his life. He thought the world of the NALSI team. Terry also held the position of Chief Executive Officer and Board Member of Pacific Safety Products (PSP) from 2012-2016. He was proud to be a part of their mission of "bringing every day heroes home safely." While he was a very successful businessmen, he remained genuine and modest throughout his career and in his approach to life. It was a rarity to see him wearing a suit, as he felt most at home in khaki shorts and a golf shirt.

Visitation is scheduled from 2:00-4:00 p.m. and 6:00-8:00 p.m. on March 25, 2019 at Humphrey Funeral Home on Bayview Avenue, Toronto.

Funeral services will be at 3:00 p.m. on March 26, 2019 at Rosedale United Church, Toronto. Please also join us for a reception following the service at the church. We will be sure to have a big tray of egg salad sandwiches which Terry always said were "the best things about a funeral."

Donations in memory of Terry should be made to "whatever matters most to you." If you do not have a personal cause, any of these would be appreciated by the family; Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Toronto or Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH).

ROBERT D. WILSON

(1944 - 2019)

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Bob Wilson on Sunday, March 17, 2019. He will be forever missed by his wife, Anne (nee Keenan); son Michael, of Toronto; and daughter, Julie (Xavier Josset) of France; granddaughter, Justine; and his brother, John (Karen); as well as his extended family and friends.

Bob grew up in Fergus, son of Eva and Doug Wilson. He graduated from University of Toronto and Osgoode Hall Law School, residing at Knox College Residence. He practised civil litigation law at Bassel Sullivan for many years, followed by 16 years at LawPro. Bob enjoyed playing and coaching hockey, skiing, reading and jazz music.

A celebration of Bob's life will be held on Saturday, March 23, 2019 from 2 to 6 p.m. at Vaughan Estate, Estates of Sunnybrook, 80 Armistice Drive, Toronto. Memories and condolences may be left at http://www.aftercare.org.


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