Above all, in this time of immeasurable loss, we know your faith was ever present and unwavering. Beloved partner of Sarah Paton. Loving and proud father of Liam. Devoted uncle of Millie. Calvin will be deeply missed by his aunts, uncles, extended family, many friends, and the boys at All Flags Auto. Faye was raised in her beloved hometown of Claremont where she taught Sunday School at the United Church and played baseball for many years. Faye was a country music recording artist and was known for her powerful voice.
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Faye was a devoted mother, storyteller, sharp-witted comedian, book-keeper, homemaker, and cook. Faye suffered from chronic pain associated with rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, kidney disease, and battled issues with depression and anxiety. She was fiercely loving and loyal to her family.
She is predeceased by her parents. Predeceased by her p arents Bob and Helen Wilson. Susan will be missed by her cherished four legged companion, Bruce, and her extended family , in-laws, and friends. Jensen, Dr. Creighton, 61 of Uxbridge, Ontario passed away peacefully at home, on Tuesday July 2nd, after a very long and courageous battle with cancer. Poppa C, as he was known by his Grandchildren, Austin, Mason, Arizona, and Dawson, will remain in their hearts forever.
A special Thank you to our best friends, Nancy and Harold for their love and support always. In Lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the Canadian Cancer Society or to your favourite charity would be greatly appreciated by the family. With deep sadness we announce the passing of Barry Aldred, who died on Sunday, June 30, at Port Perry Hospital after a lengthy illness. Barry loved his family deeply and encouraged his children to live their life to the fullest.
Barry was born on August 25, in Toronto. He worked as a trader on the TSE for approximately 20 years and had multiple careers throughout his life. He loved jazz and held firm political beliefs, constantly challenging himself by seeking out people with opposing views. Always ready with a spontaneous joke, Barry was known for his quick wit and subtle sense of humour.
Barry is deeply loved and will be forever be missed. The family would like to thank the staff at Port Perry Hospital, particularly Dr. Dayall and Merrilee Brown, for their compassion and understanding throughout his illness. Donations may be made to the Salvation Army, which Barry supported throughout his life.
Contact her at or jaldred81 gmail. Edith passed away peacefully in her sleep at Uxbridge Cottage Hospital at 94 years of age. Edith was born and raised in Norwood, Ontario. In Edith moved to Toronto where she lived, worked, married and raised a son Paul with her husband George Turner. After George passed away in Edith remarried to John Smith who passed in , following John in Edith remarried Milton Girard unfortunately Milton passed away in Edith had a 40 year career with Rockwell International in Toronto supervising teams building military communications equipment for the Canadian and United States military.
Edith was very proud of the work she did winning awards for zero defects years before the term was even coined. Edith moved to Stouffville in to be closer to family where she lived until when Edith moved to Douglas Crossing in Uxbridge. Edith's final year was enjoyable at Douglas Crossing where she made many new friends including Ruth, Barb, and Angie; Edith loved her suite at Douglas Crossing.
A funeral service will be held in the chapel on Saturday, July 6, at 1p. Immediately following the service, interment will be held at Resthaven Cemetery in Scarborough. Many thanks to the team at Uxbridge Cottage Hospital for the care provided to Edith in her final days. Loving husband to Leah Burgess. George was predeceased by his first wife Malletta and his daughter Elizabeth.
Cherished by many grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. George will be fondly remembered by extended family and friends.
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Family and friends are invited to call at the Low and Low Funeral Home, Reach Street, Port Perry on Sunday, July 7, from 12pm until time of service in the chapel at 2pm. Suddenly at his home on Monday, July 1, in his 74 th year. Loving father to Janet Alfredo deceased and Michelle deceased. Lovingly remembered by his two grandchildren Alex and Joseph. Brian will be fondly remembered by his nephews, nieces, extended family and friends. A service will be held in the chapel on Saturday, July 6, at 11a. Immediately following the service, Brian will be laid to rest at the Pine Grove Cemetery, Prince Albert; after which a reception will be held at the funeral home.
Our family appreciates the support we have received during this very difficult time. Retired Teacher from Uxbridge Public School, passed away at home, in the garden on Saturday June 29, , in her 89 th year.
Dear wife of the Late William C. Survived by Brother Bill Watson. Annabell will be missed by her many Nieces, Nephews, her loving community, friends, and neighbours who made it possible for her to stay on the farm. Burial will follow at the Sandford Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to Community Care Uxbridge , or a Charity of your Choice would be appreciated by the family.
objectifcoaching.com/components/mexico/rencontre-avec-femmes-de-lest.php Passed away peacefully at Parkview Long Term Care in his 92 nd year. Harvey is predeceased by his wife Doreen , his step son in law Bill and siblings Randall, Eola, Frances and Lloyd. He will be missed by his grandchildren, nieces, nephews and friends. Immediately following the service, Harvey will be laid to rest at the Uxbridge Cemetery. A reception will follow. Born in Horsham, St.
Faiths, Norfolk, England on December 12, Dorothy passed away peacefully with her family by her side on Sunday, June 23, in her th year. Beloved Wife of the late John Ellis Devoted Nanny of 12 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren and 23 great-great-grandchildren.
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The family wishes to thank the staff at Victoria Manor, Lindsay, for the exceptional care given to Dorothy in her last few years. Loved son of the late Henry and Edythe. Dear brother to Vince Augusta and Ken Dianne. Loved great uncle to 16 nephews and nieces and to 7 great-great nephews.
Gary will also be missed by his friend Wendy Hawgood. Immediately following the service, Gary will be laid to rest at the Uxbridge Cemetery. A reception will follow at the Baptist Church. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Gary may be made to the Canadian Baptist Ministries. She will be missed tremendously by her daughter Celine, and son in-law Dan, as well as extended family and friends.
Isobel was a special individual who made a positive impression on everyone who crossed her path. She was a generous and giving person who seldom, if ever, complained. She always had a good word for everyone, and was upbeat and pleasant, even when in excruciating pain. Isobel lost her husband of 64 years Roger, several years ago, and that left a huge void in her life. But she always remained positive, spending countless hours watching TV with Celine or reading with her dog Sookie by her side.
Over the past three months, Isobel was bedridden, and her health declined rapidly. The doctor, nurses, and personal service workers came to the house and provided her with excellent care.
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During those visits one thing became abundantly clear, they recognized how special Isobel really was, and bonds of friendship were immediately established. When notified of her passing, many offered kind words, and described how this frail Scottish senior had touched their lives. Isobel was a modest women, who went through life with a kind word and a smile.
Her currency was her character, and the way she treated and loved people. Isobel always left everyone feeling good about themselves, friends and strangers alike. Kenneth was born September 20, in Toronto, Ontario and passed away on June 20, at the age of 78 after a valiant battle with terminal cancer. He had many loyal customers over the years as the store catered to the niche market of hard to fit feet.
He often recalled his earlier days as a youth working as an usher in the beautiful Eglin and Winter Garden Theatre. Ken has had a love for film and would while driving through the city, point out the location of long ago closed theatres such as the Shea Hippodrome theatre where the new Toronto City Hall now stands and tell the story of film chosen to close the theatre an Elvis film , which caused such an uproar that the theatre had to eventually close with another film deemed as more suitable.
That film was Casablana. Ken grew up in the Danforth area and was the oldest of 6 children. Ken is predeceased by Sonia and Tracey A gathering to celebrate his life will be held on Saturday, July 20, from 11am-2pm at the home of his daughter, Tammy.