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Monday, November 26, 2018 – Page B20


On Friday November 23, 2018 at her home. Beloved wife of the late Dr. David Borensztajn. Janine will be missed by many family and friends. A graveside service took place on Sunday, November 25, 2018 at 1:30 p.m. in the Community Section of Pardes Shalom Cemetery. Rest in peace Janine.


Barbara passed on Thursday, November 22, 2018, just shy of her 99th birthday. Barbara was a remarkable woman adored by many. Her positive energy brought smiles and laughter everywhere she went.

Barbara grew up on her family's dairy farm, Devon Holsteins, in Fredericton, NB before moving to Toronto, ON with her husband where they made wonderful memories with their family at their home on Lytton Blvd., hobby farm in Kendall, ON, and cottage on Grand Lake, NB in the summers.

Predeceased by parents Helen (Lint) and Douglas Neill. Loving wife to Dr. Manzer Bunker (predeceased). Dear sister of Ronald (predeceased) (Lorraine) and Albert (Pete). Mother to Jane (predeceased), Douglas (Colleen, predeceased), and John (Terry).

Grammie to Kirby (Mandi), Julie (Dave), Kendall, and Kristine (Tim); Great-Grammie to Paisley Jane. Aunt (and great-aunt) to many nieces and nephews, cousin to many more. Missed by daughter-in-law Joanne (Guido).

Cremation has taken place.

A celebration of life is scheduled for Friday, November 30, 2018, from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. in the event room at 18 Concorde Place, Toronto, ON. Memorial donations can be made to the Sunnybrook Hospital Foundation. Please visit tribute/details/5491/BarbaraBunker/obituary.html#contentstart for more details.


March 18, 1 933 November 24, 2018 After a long struggle with Parkinson's disease, Heart Disease and Dementia, Bob passed away peacefully at his home in Kingston.

Beloved by his late wife of 54 years, Doris Emma Burnside (nee Peters), devoted father of Janet (Colin Kelly), Jillian (Don Bradley) and Jay Joyce (Michelle Marshall). Proud grandfather of Jeffrey Prozeller (Brianna Dwornik), Jennifer Watts (nee Prozeller, David Watts) and Nichola Burnside-Marshall. Bob was predeceased by his sister Denise Blakely. Much loved uncle of many nieces and nephews.

Bob graduated from Queen's University, Science '56, Chemical Engineering and had a 32 year career with Esso Chemical and Imperial Oil, attaining the rank of Vice President. Upon retirement in 1988, Bob returned to Kingston and his alma mater to assume the role of Associate to the Principal of Queen's University, a position he held for seven years. During his time at Queen's, Bob was instrumental in the establishment and reorganization of the planning, giving and advancement department at Queen's. Bob was the recipient of the Queen's Distinguished Service Award, Queen's Padre Laverty Award, Queen's Herb Hamilton Award and Rotary Paul Harris Award.

Bob had a long history of active volunteerism, serving as President of Queen's Alumni Association, Princess Street United Church in leadership positions, a dedicated Rotarian, chaired the Engineering Advisory Council at Queen's, served on the Board at KGH, was involved with Kingston Economic Development and the Chamber of Commerce. Bob was a dedicated philanthropist, giving $1,000,000 donation to the Queen's University Innovation program in 2011 along with other significant gifts to the causes dear to his heart at Queen's and within the Kingston community. Bob was nominated, in 2014, for the Philanthropist of the Year. Bob was known, loved and respected within his community of friends and family.

Bob was above all else loyal and a man of his word. Bob had a great sense of humour and had knack for making even the toughest challenges seem doable.

Donations in lieu of flowers to the Science '56 Entrance Bursary Fund at Queen's University or Princess Street United Church. The family will be forever grateful for the care provided to Bob by our care team, Don, Amanda, Justin, Aimee, Lisa, Chris and Michele.

The team was instrumental in ensuring Bob's quality of life and enabled him to remain in his own home - there are no words to express our thanks. Friends will be received at the Robert J. Reid & Sons "The Chapel on the Corner", 309 Johnson Street, Kingston from 7:00 pm - 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 27th. The Funeral Service will be held at Princess Street Untied Church, 484 Albert Street, Kingston on Wednesday, November 28, 2018 at 11:00 a.m.

Arrangements entrusted to Robert J. Reid & Sons Funeral Home "The Chapel on the Corner", 309 Johnson Street, Kingston 613-548-7973.

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It is with deep sadness to announce the passing of our dear mother, Anne Goldman on Friday, November 23, 2018 at Valleyview Residence.

Born in Toronto on January 26, 1924, to Louis and Toby Weidman. Beloved wife of the late Harold Avrom Goldman, darling mother and mother-in-law of Heather and the late Robert Kaplan, Louise and Ken Hill, and Cheryl Goldman and Barbara Goldman. Beloved and cherished grandmother of Shelby and Allison, Harley, Jacki and Naz, Darlene and Dino, Benjamin, Olivia, Dani and Amy, Michael, and Jonathan, and the late Christopher. Great-grandmother of 14, and great-greatgrandmother of 3. Dear sister and sister-in-law of the late Ruth and Mort Norris, the late Sol and Molly Weidman, and the late Feigie and Schmiel Pancer. Mom will be deeply missed by many nieces, nephews, family, and friends.

At Benjamin's Park Memorial Chapel, 2401 Steeles Ave. West, Toronto (3 lights west of Dufferin) for service on Monday, November 26, 2018 at 2:30 p.m. Interment following at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park, Veterans Section. Shiva at35 Bales Avenue in the party room on the main floor. Underground parking available through the concierge. Shiva on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, from 2 - 4 p.m. and 7 - 9 p.m. Memorial donations may be made to a Na'Amat Pioneer Woman T o r o n t o , 416-636-5425.


November 7, 1934 November 17, 2018 Born in Toronto, Ontario Resided in Chicago, Illinois Deone Jean Griffith Jackman left this earth on November 17, 2018.

She passed away peacefully at home with her son and family by her side. She celebrated her 84th birthday on November 7th. Deone was born in Toronto, Ontario, the only surviving child of parents Thomas and Jean (Hargrave) Griffith.

She grew up in the High Park area of Toronto and on Manitoulin Island where she helped her parents run "Griffith's Fishing Camp" during the summers.

Deone was a graduate of Trinity College (5T7) at the University of Toronto where she enjoyed acting at the Hart House Theatre, as she had at Humberside Collegiate. At Trinity she met her first husband and the father of her two children, Frederic (Eric) Jackman. After they moved to Chicago she earned a graduate degree in Child Development at the Erikson Institute. Retiring from a career as a psychotherapist, she became an avid collector and supporter of the arts. Along with her husband Eugene Goldwasser, she founded the Jackman Goldwasser Residency at the Hyde Park Art Center, a community art center on the South Side of Chicago.

Professor Goldwasser, University of Chicago biochemist, noted for isolating the hormone erythropoietin, preceded her in death in 2010.

Deone was concerned for and dedicated to advancing human rights. She traveled to countries in need and gave generously to human rights organizations.

She is survived by her daughter, Tara Jackman Nolan; son and daughter-in-law, Tom and Lisa (Hendrickson) Jackman; and beloved grandsons, Alexander and Jonathan Nolan.

The family thanks caregivers Gina Balzano, Alicia Means and Jasmine Sheppard for their compassionate support.

Memorial gathering: December 2nd, 6:00 PM; Hyde Park Art Center, 5020 S Cornell Ave, Chicago, IL 60615 In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Hyde Park Art Centre, Jackman Goldwasser Residency Program.

Online condolences may be left at: www


Surrounded by his family, Stephen died peacefully at the age of 81 on Wednesday, November 21, 2018. Predeceased by his dear wife, Jean, he is survived by his children, Mary Eleanor, Stephanie (Greg) and Alex (Neel); and grandchildren, Hannah and Thomas. Son of the late Drs. John and Eleanor Long, he is also survived by his brother, John and was predeceased by his sister, Nancy and brother, Robin.

A graduate of Forest Hill Collegiate and the University of Toronto (engineering), Stephen had a long and rewarding career with Imperial Oil. He was the consummate "family man," an engaged father who took great pride in his children's and grandchildren's accomplishments, no matter how big or small. With a wide smile and genuine laugh, he was always welcoming to old and new friends alike. He had an adventurous and gregarious spirit, he saw the potential of turning an old schoolhouse into a treasured family retreat, spearheaded family road trips to the east and west coasts, travelled extensively with Jean and friends, and visited his children in far off places. Stephen's close circle of lifelong friends and their families were always in evidence at annual cottage weekends, camping and ski trips and frequent social gatherings. He was always active, a gifted racquet player who transitioned to aquafit later in life.

In retirement, Stephen was eager to keep his mind active as well; he and Jean joined the Academy for Lifelong Learning at the University of Toronto, played bridge and he particularly enjoyed reading about and discussing finance and politics.

Stephen was also community oriented and volunteered with local organizations and in many capacities at Calvin Presbyterian Church. Jean's death earlier this year was a devastating blow to Stephen. He still forged ahead, his lymphoma in remission, only to be beset by a second form of cancer, melanoma, which spread too quickly for effective treatment.

He was, however, able to enjoy a cross-Canada train adventure a month before his death.

A funeral service, followed by a reception, will be held in Calvin Presbyterian Church, 26 Delisle Avenue on Saturday, December 1st, at 2:00 p.m., followed by a reception. Contributions in Stephen's memory may be made to the Ride to Conquer Cancer through goto/stephenlong.

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Peacefully at St. Joseph's Hospice, London on Saturday, November 24, 2018 at the age of 83.

Son of the late Dr. George and Lila (Mackie) Morphy. Beloved husband of Cathy Morphy. Loving father of Brad (Kimberly), Cheryl Payne (Todd) and Rod (Deb). Dear brother of Nelson Morphy (Janice) of London and John Morphy (Fran) of Oakville. Loving grandfather of Addison, Victoria and Michael.

Uncle of Richard, Lianne, Lauren and Scott; and stepfather of Justin Pilgrim.

After attending The University of Western Ontario, Don spent his life in the corrugated paper box business, starting in 1956 at Canadian International Paper Co.

in London. In 1965, he moved to Quigley Containers in Waterloo as plant manager. In 1970, he started his own company, Morphy Containers Ltd. in London with three people. The company employed approximately 130 people when it was sold in 2009.

Don was a member of the London West Rotary Club in the early 60's. Later he was on the board of directors of the London Chamber of Commerce, London Junior Achievement and Museum London. He was quite involved with his industry trade association, The Association of Independent Corrugated Converters, (A.I.C.C) and served terms as president of the Canadian region and also the international group of 13 regions in 1984-85. He was inducted into the A.I.C.C. Canada Hall of Fame in 2010.

Don loved cars and was a member of the Porsche Club of America (Upper Canada Region).

He participated in many Driver Education events at road tracks such as Mosport, Watkins Glen and Shannonville.

Special thanks to the staff at St. Joseph's Hospice.

The funeral service will be conducted at Harris Funeral Home, 220 St. James St. at Richmond, London on Wednesday, November 28, at 12 noon, with visitation preceding from 11 a.m. -12 noon.

Reception to follow. Interment Woodland Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations could be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or St. Joseph's Hospice.


Peacefully passed Friday, November 23, 2018 surrounded by his family, with a strong sense of love in the air. His family is grateful to have had such a strong, adventurous and humorous man in their lives for so long.

Don leaves behind his wife, Carol, who lovingly cared for him to his last day. He was the kind and supportive father of Scott (Jackie), Linda (Peter) and the fun loving Grandpa to Declan, Magnus, MacKenzie, Kennedy and Charlize.

Survived by his lifelong friend and brother, Bill (Joy), and spoke fondly of reuniting with his parents, William and Edith.

Don was born and raised in Toronto and spent his summers with his family on Lake Muskoka. He replicated this on Shadow Lake where he warmly welcomed all family and friends, encouraging a fun time. He raised his family in Toronto while he worked as an entrepreneur in the insurance industry. In retirement, Don and Carol traveled throughout North America, often visiting Scott and family in time to attend their neighborhood street party.

Don was known for his passion of building resulting in numerous boats, a car, a cottage, and an airplane. Don was always quick to help others with every project under the sun. He donated time to The Salvation Army and was proud of his work with Dr. Morton of the Odette Centre in their efforts to eradicate cancer. It was important to Don to feel that he had given during his lifetime.

A Celebration of Life will take place this Saturday, December 1st, between 3:00 and 5:00 at Leaside Gate (955 Millwood Road) followed by a private family service. Our heartfelt thanks to Sunnybrook Palliative Care for their kindness and support, we are forever grateful! In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to The Odette Cancer Centre in honor of Don.

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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