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201 (Living names removed) GABRIEL, Douglas "Leonard" - Passed away at the Brantford General Hospital on Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010 in his 82nd year due to complications from his heart surgery. Predeceased by his brothers Bill, Reg and Dennis. Loving grandfather of many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Leonard served overseas in the Military in Korea and in Germany. At Leonard's request a private family gathering will take place at the Beckett-Glaves Family Funeral Centre, 88 Brant Avenue followed by cremation. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Juravinski Cancer Centre or the Heart & Stroke Foundation would be appreciated. A tree will be planted in memory of Leonard in the Beckett-Glaves Memorial Forest. GABRIEL, Douglas "Leonard" (I3561)
 
202 (Living names removed) GABRIEL, Mabel Frances. Peacefully at Leisure World on Saturday, December 10, 1994, Mabel Frances GABRIEL (nee GERMAN) in her 102nd year; beloved wife of the late John William GABRIEL; also survived by several grandchildren and many great grandchildren. Friends will be received at the Hill & Robinson Funeral Home, Nelson and Queen Streets on Monday 7 to 9 pm. Service in the chapel on Tuesday at 11 am. Interment Farringdon Burial Ground. Donations to the charity of your choice appreciated. GERMON, Mabel Frances (I3505)
 
203 (Living names removed) GAYTON, John Wilmot June 21, 1935 to January 17, 2007 John is lovingly remembered by his wife Ruth, John is deeply missed, though his sense of fun will always remain with us. Remembered also for his other loves-restoring old cars (any takers?), playing sports (including organizing and competing for Zone 2 in the BC Senior's Games), and his numerous community service and volunteer activities. Please bring a favourite memory (complimentary or otherwise) and join us to celebrate John's life Saturday, January 27, 2007 anytime between 2:00 to 4:30 pm at the Quality Resort Bayside, 240 Dogwood Street, Parksville, BC. Donations may be made in his name to Milner Gardens & Woodlands in Qualicum Beach or to the Heart & Stroke Foundation of BC & Yukon. 332649
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 1/20/2007 - 1/24/2007. 
GAYTON, John Wilmot (I1127)
 
204 (Living names removed) George Gregory NORSWORTHY, age 48, of 726 Red Maple Drive, died Monday, July 10, 2006, at his residence. A native of West Palm Beach, Florida, he had lived in North Carolina for the past 20 years. He was the son of George and Eva NORSWORTHY. He was a self-employed contractor and was of the Native faith. He loved reading, art, writing and the outdoors. He was an active member of Celebrate Recovery Group.

A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. on Friday at Shady Grove United Methodist Church with the Rev. Linwood Kennedy officiating. The family will receive friends from 1 until 2 p.m., prior to services at the church. Memorials may be made to the Montel Williams MS Foundation, PMB 420, 331 West 57th Street, New York, NY 10019. Wells Funeral Homes & Cremation Services of Waynesville is in charge of arrangements. For those who desire, an on-line memorial register is available at www.wellsfuneralhome.com.
 
NORSWORTHY, George Gregory (I6263)
 
205 (Living names removed) Gwen DeCORTE, of Virden, Manitoba formerly of Cromer, Manitoba, beloved wife of the late Bob DeCORTE and loving mother of the late Leigh DECORTE passed away at WestMan Nursing Home Virden Wednesday, April 10, 2019 at the age of 88 years.

Funeral services will be held from G.R. Carscadden Funeral Chapel Virden on Saturday, April 20, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. with Chris Arthur officiating. Interment will be in Kola Anglican Cemetery.

For those who so desire, memorial tributes may be made to Virden and District Health Auxiliary - P.O. Box 2526 Virden, MB R0M 2C0 in memory of Gwen.
 
NORSWORTHY, Anna Gwen Eileen "Gwen" (I5836)
 
206 (Living names removed) HORSWILL Margaret Rose (nee Fairbrother) Passed away suddenly and peacefully at Derriford Hospital on 1st February 2014, aged 80 years. I seldom ask for miracles but today Just one will do To leave the door wide open and see you walking through I'll wrap my arms around you and kiss your smiling face For you were someone special who could never be replaced. Your ever loving husband, Funeral service to be held at Weston Mill Crematorium on Wednesday 12th February 2014 at 12 noon. All flowers welcome. Donations are gratefully received to a charity of your choice. Margaret's family request bright colours to be worn at the funeral service. All enquiries to; Co-operative Funeralcare, Glen Road, Plympton. FAIRBROTHER, Margaret Rose (I14047)
 
207 (Living names removed) In Remembrance: Edward CROWTHER, Worthy Grand Patron, Grand Chapter of New Brunswick 1973-1974. It is with the greatest of sorrow that we record the severing of the Fraternal Link in the Order of the Eastern Star of New Brunswick with the call to the great beyond of Brother Edward CROWTHER. Brother 'Ted' answered the call of our Father to the Grand Chapter on High, May 3, 1994.

He was born in Singapore, Malaysian States, son of the late Cecil & Sarah (nee Rae) CROWTHER. He worked at Stone Consolidated Bathurst for 42 years, retiring in 1978. He was a member and Past Master of Lodge St. John, F. & A.M., Bathurst, serving for many years as Chaplain. He was Worthy Patron of Bathurst Chapter No. 22 for seven times. He was installed as the Worthy Grand Patron of the Grand Chapter of New Brunswick in 1973 serving with Sister Annie Saunders as his Worthy Grand Matron. Brother 'Ted* was a member of St. Albans Anglican Church, Salmon Beach; a member of St. Joseph's Guild; and a licensed layreader.

He is survived by his wife, Lillian May ELLIS; 4 sons: four brothers: Richard, Rev. George, ; Sister Mabel TAYLOR. He was predeceased by sisters Violet & Laurie.

An Eastern Star Service was held at Elhatton's Funeral Home on Thursday, May 5, 1994 and the Funeral
Service was held from St. Alban's Anglican Church, Salmon Beach, on May 6.
 
CROWTHER, Edward Thomas Cecil (I11215)
 
208 (Living names removed) Irene Norsworthy PILERT: A private celebration of Irene PILERT's life will be attended by family and friends at a later date. She died Friday afternoon August 24, 2007, at her Ormond Beach home. Born in Summerfield, Fla., on June 13, 1917, Mrs. PILERT moved to this area in 1948 where she worked as a sales associate for Susan & Katinka's fashion store on Seabreeze Blvd. Locally, she was a member of St. James Episcopal Church and the Oceanside Country Club. Her interests included golf, tennis, bridge and gardening. Mrs. PILERT leaves her twin grandchildren: three great-grandchildren, Connor BORRIES and Kambyl BORRIES, Raleigh, and Carsen JONES, Layton; her daughter-in-law, Irene PILERT was preceded in death by her husband, Edward PILERT, Jr. in 1987 and her two sons, William D. BORRIES in 1998 and Jerry D. BORRIES in 1996.

ORMOND BEACH -- Irene Norsworthy PILERT, 90, a retired sales associate for Susan & Katinka's Clothiers, Daytona Beach, died Friday at home. Mrs. PILERT was born in Summerfield and moved to this area in 1948 from Orlando. She was a member of St. James Episcopal Church and Oceanside Country Club. She enjoyed golf, tennis, bridge and gardening. Survivors include two grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and Queen Owens who provided for her care. Haigh-Black is in charge.  
NORSWORTHY, Irene L. (I4910)
 
209 (Living names removed) It is with great sadness that the UDT-SEAL Association informs the membership on the passing of GMGCM Everett BARRETT - Class 6.

GMGCM Everett BARRETT passed away early on 01/14/2010 following a long battle with cancer. He is preceded in death by his daughter Debbie.

Master Chief BARRETT served in UDT 22, Seal Team 2 and EOD. He mentored many a young sailor and pushed them to be more then they dreamed they could be. Master Chief had the voice of a man that learned to whisper in a sawmill. There will not be any service or memorial at Everett request. At this time, there may be a gathering at the Lake Wales Florida Moose Lodge on Saturday 23 January to toast and roast his life. If the Association receives details on the gathering, we forward to the membership.
 
BARRETT, Everett E. (I4406)
 
210 (Living names removed) It is with great sadness that we, the family, announce the death of Crystal (Pease) (Daley) CROWTHER, 94, of Manoir Brise, Union St, Bathurst and formerly of St. Annes Ct, Fredericton, NB, which occurred Monday (October 4, 2010) at the Chaleur Regional Hospital, Bathurst. Born in Portland, Maine, U.S.A., to the late Ida (Main) (Pease) ANNIS and the late Samuel PEASE, and sister to the late Eddy PEASE.

Crystal lived most of her adult life residing in Portland and Fryeburg, Maine. An honour graduate of both Portland High School and Keith Paris Art School, Crystal mostly worked in art design. A former member of St. Pauls United Church, Fredericton, N.B. and the Fredericton Society of Artists, Crystal was an accomplished seamstress, and homemaker as well as an avid bridge player. She was best known for her beautiful paintings which grace the homes of family and friends. She was talented in all 3 medians: oil, acrylic, and pastel. When spending summers at her Janeville cottage, she enjoyed being among the "downshore" people and attending Central United Church. She spent numerous hours walking the beach and looking for treasures given up by the waters of Chaleur Bay. She especially enjoyed this time of year when Mother Nature's foliage appears in such a magnificent array of colours.

She was predeceased by husband Lloyd B. DALEY (1984), daughter Marcia DALEY (1985) and husband Rev. George L. CROWTHER (2006). She was the last surviving member of her immediate family.

A memorial service, in celebration of Crystal's life, will be held at Central United Church, Clifton, N.B., Thursday October 7th, 2010 at 3:00 PM. Family members will receive condolences in the Church at 2:00 P.M., previous to the service. Burial will take place in the Stonehaven Cemetery. Donations to honour Crystal's memory, may be made to The Palliative Care Unit at Chaleur Regional Hospital, Central United Church Clifton, or Special Olympics which Crystal supported for many years. Arrangements are in the care of Elhatton's Funeral Home (ww.elhatton.com), Bathurst.
 
PEASE, Crystal Alison (I11206)
 
211 (Living names removed) John Sidney MOORE: March 27, 2007. The death occurred at the Riverview Manor on Tuesday, March 27, 2007 of John Sidney MOORE formerly of Murray River in his 89th year. Beloved husband of Ethel (Gosbee) MOORE, Murray River. Predeceased by brothers William and Chester MOORE. Resting at Southern Kings & Queens Funeral Home, Murray River for visitation on Wednesday, March 28 from 2-4 and 7-9pm. Funeral service from the funeral home Chapel on Thursday, March 29 at 2pm. Interment in the Murray River Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations gratefully accepted to the Alzheimer's Unit of the Riverview Manor or the PEI Humane Society. MOORE, John Sidney (I1460)
 
212 (Living names removed) John Timothy BROOKS: age 85, Springhill, Cumberland Co., passed peacefully away Sunday, June 19, 2005, at his home, with his family by his side. Born in Middle Sackville, Westmorland Co., N.B., he was a son of the late Roy A. and Maude R. (Hicks) BROOKS. He was a member of the Springhill Baptist Church and he served overseas with the Artillery during the Second World War. Prior to his retirement, he was employed with Correctional Services Canada in Dorchester, New Brunswick, and in Springhill. He was an avid gardener and he also enjoyed hunting and was an avid bowler. He was the last surviving member of his immediate family. Surviving are his wife of 63 years, the former Hilda M. HICKS; children, Eric J. BROOKS (Faye), Dartmouth; David E. BROOKS, at home; Brenda M. TOUPIN (Rick), Chignecto, Cumberland Co.; Victor H. BROOKS (Bette), Mississauga, Ontario; Joan C. ALLEN (Frank), Chignecto; Faye I. BROOKS, at home; eight grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren.]] He was predeceased by son, Alan R. BROOKS; brothers, Lorne, Maurice, Norman, Ora, Frank and Fred BROOKS; sisters, Eleanor and Ruth BROOKS. Cremation has taken place at the request of the deceased. A private graveside service will be held in Hillside Cemetery, Springhill, on Thursday, June 23, at 2 p.m., Rev. Perry Hanley officiating. Donations may be made to the G.O.V.R.C. Workshop, Springhill, Springhill Baptist Church Memorial Fund or a charity of your choice. Arrangements are entrusted to Allen's Funeral Home, 60 Water St., Oxford. BROOKS, John Timothy (I986)
 
213 (Living names removed) LOCK, Samuel Denzil 'Denny'. Aged 91 years, passed peacefully away on October 12th 2008. Loving Husband of the late Lillian, much loved Father of The funeral has been arranged for Tuesday, October 21st at 12.00 noon at the North Devon Crematorium, Barnstaple, followed by a thanksgiving service at South Molton Parish Church at 2.00 p.m. Family flowers only, donations if desired will be for the British Legion, may be given at the service or sent to H. N. Blackmore & Sons, Funeral Directors, 116 East Street, South Molton, North Devon, EX36 3DB.  LOCK, Samuel Denzil "Denny" (I11911)
 
214 (Living names removed) Lucille S. ROBINSON. Longtime McAllen resident, Lucille S. ROBINSON, went to our Heavenly Father on March 9, 2016 at the age of 94. She was born in Dallas, Texas to James Albert and Maybelle C. SMITHAM. Albert SMITHAM moved his family to the valley in the early 1920s to San Juan, Texas where he worked as an engineer for Valley Iron Works. When Lucille was about 4 years old, the family moved to McAllen, one block south of her future husband, Morriss Henry ROBINSON. Lucille and Morriss grew up together, attended classes together and graduated from McAllen High School the same year. Morriss attended Texas Tech University until the beginning of WW11, when he joined the Naval Air Corp. Lucille went to McAllen Business College and started working for Lloyd Bentsen Sr. at Bentsen Development upon graduation. Lucille and Morriss were married in 1942 and remained each other's best friend throughout their 70 year marriage.

Lucille was active in community work, a life-long member of the First Presbyterian Church of McAllen where she sang in the choir for more than 25 years and joined the Women of the Church to achieve many community outreach goals. She earned many close friendships and served her community well, working on projects with Junior Service League / Junior League of McAllen, Inc. and P.E.O. Chapter BV. She also enjoyed the stimulation and camaraderie as a member of the 20th Century Book Club. Lucille was devoted to her Christian faith, her family and her many friendships. Her charm, kindness and ever-present wit will be greatly missed by all.

Lucille was predeased by her husband, Morriss Henry ROBINSON, her son, Morriss Henry ROBINSON, Jr., her daughter, Sharon Dell ELLIOTT, her brothers, Nicholas Luke SMITHAM, Lyman Elgyin SMITHAM and James Earl SMITHAM.

Visitation will be held at Kreidler Funeral Home on Saturday, March 19, 2016 from 1-2 pm, and immediately followed by the memorial service.


Published in The Monitor (McAllen, Texas); 17 March 2016 
SMITHAM, Lucille R. (I6156)
 
215 (Living names removed) March 27, 1986 Allouez. Mary FOREMAN, 73, a lifelong Copper Country resident, passed away Thursday evening at the Houghton County Medical Care Facility where she had been admitted recently. She was born November 28, 1912 in Copper City, a daughter of Frank & Minnie HALL. As a child she attended the Mohawk Schools. She was a cook for the Waarala Walgreen Agency of Calumet for many years. For the past 45 years she had made her home in Allouez. On January 10, 1930 she was married to Willard FOREMAN in Mohawk. She was a member of the National Lutheran Church of Calumet.

She is survived by: Her husband, Willard; 2 sons, 2 daughters, 14 grandchildren; 17 great grandchildren; 2 brothers, Frank HALL of Calumet; and Percy HALL of Mohawk; 2 sisters, Clarice (Cyril) CROWLEY of Calumet; and Lillian (William) ZAPPA of Mohawk;
numerous nieces, nephews & cousins. Erickson Crowley Funeral Home, Calumet.
 
HALL, Mary Ellen (I2466)
 
216 (Living names removed) Marguerite T. NORSWORTHY, 93, of New York Boulevard, Est [sic] Lake Weir, died Monday (March 17, 1986) in an Orlando hospital. A native of Honesdale, Pa., she came to East Lake Weir from Leesburg in 1950. She was a retired hairdresser and opened the first beauty shop in Leesburg in 1923. She was a member of The Presbyterian Church of Weirsdale, the East Lake Weir Yacht Club, and the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Survivors include her step-daughter, Irene PILOT of Ormond Beach; three nieces, and one nephew, . Page-Theus/Guardian Funeral Home. Leesburg. TAMBLYN, Marguerite A. (I8160)
 
217 (Living names removed) MILBURN. South Shields. Suddenly on September 17, 2008 aged 24 years, Damon. Much loved son Family and friends please meet for service at South Shields Crematorium Chapel, on Thursday September 25, 2008 at 11.30am. Damon will be resting at The Co-op Chapel of Rest, Westoe House, South Shields where floral tributes may be sent. Any enquiries Tel. 0191 4555521. Will be forever in our hearts. MILBURN, Damon (I9940)
 
218 (Living names removed) MILLINOCKET - Elizabeth O. (Tinkham) "Mim" CAMPBELL, 89, passed away Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2011, at her home. She was born Nov. 3, 1921, in Millinocket, daughter of Robert J. and Lottie M. (Knowlton) TINKHAM. Elizabeth was a graduate of Stearns High School, Class of 1939. On Oct. 10, 1940, she married Earlan B. CAMPBELL, and together they shared 31 years, and raised three sons before he passed away in 1971. In addition to her husband and her parents, Elizabeth was predeceased by a brother, Robert K. TINKHAM. At Elizabeth 's request, there will be no viewing. Graveside services will be held in the springtime at a date to be announced. Arrangements are by Lamson Funeral Home, Millinocket.

Published in Bangor Daily News on January 19, 2011 
TINKHAM, Elizabeth O. "Mim" (I13345)
 
219 (Living names removed) Millinocket---Herbert J. TINKHAM, 81, passed away at a Howland health care facility on October 25, 2005 after a brief illness. A long time Millinocket resident, he was born on October 26, 1923 in Passadumkeag, the son of Frederick and Ida (Mason) TINKHAM. From 1943 to 1946, Herb served in the U.S. Army in Europe under General George S. Patton and fought at the invasion of Normandy Beach and the Battle of the Bulge. A proud veteran, he was a member of the VFW Post 4154 in Millinocket. In 1951, he married Alexine LANDRY and they had two children, He went to work at Great Northern Paper Company, retiring in 1986 after more than 30 years. In his earlier years, he enjoyed hunting and fishing at camp in Passadumkeag. He enjoyed visiting with family at Eddie and June's camp at Ambejujus Lake, traveling to Florida, and visiting with friends over coffee at McDonald's in Millinocket. Herb was predeceased by his loving wife of 52 years, Alexine, in 2004. In addition, he was predeceased by his brother, Leo TINKHAM; his sisters, Effie TINKHAM and Harriett SIMOND; and nieces, Janice WINTER and Shirley SIMOND. Per Herb's wishes, there will be no visiting hours. A Graveside Service will be held at Millinocket Cemetery on Monday, October 31, 2005 at 11 AM. Friends who wish to do so, may make memorial contributions to the Katahdin Area Support Group, 10 Field St., Millinocket, ME 04462. R.L. Bouchard Funeral Home and Cremation Services has been entrusted with these arrangements. TINKHAM, Herbert J. (I13337)
 
220 (Living names removed) MILLINOCKET: Alexine L. TINKHAM, 79, died at a Howland healthcare facility on Sunday, Jan. 25, 2004. She was born March 23, 1924, in Millinocket, the daughter of Alex and Annie (Boutot) LANDRY. Alexine was a lifelong resident of Millinocket, and a graduate of Stearns High School. She was a communicant of St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church and a 50-year plus member of the Daughters of Isabella. She volunteered at her church for the CCD program and also at St. Martin's Harvest Teas. Alexine was a loving wife, mother, and sister who brought a lot of sunshine to many people's lives. She was a proficient homemaker and will be remembered as a loving and caring woman. She is survived by her husband of 52 years, Herbert TINKHAM of Howland; two children: Friends may call 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 30, 2004, at R. L. Bouchard, 11 Tamarack St., Millinocket, where the Daughters of Isabella will recite the rosary at 7 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 31, 2004, at St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church, Millinocket. If friends wish, memorial contributions may be made to the Muscular Dystrophy Association, State of Maine Chapter, 222 Auburn St., Portland, ME 04103. For online register book, please visit www.bouchardfh.com. LANDRY, Alexine (I13338)
 
221 (Living names removed) Morris Brehaut DERBY

My friend, my mentor, my father.

Morris passed away peacefully in his sleep early on the morning of March 13, 2015. Born December 5, 1932 in White Sands P.E.I. he led a life of simplicity, humility, integrity, and honour, on his own terms, that should serve as a reminder to us all what our real purpose in life should be. His kind and gentle nature will be missed by many. He leaves behind a legacy of genuine care and compassion that has informed generations of our family, near and far.

Morris is survived by his son and his daughter in-law along with his sisters and his brother . Morris is predeceased by his father William and mother Marjorie, his brother Ralph, his wife Connie, and his beloved granddaughter Alexis DERBY. So many family and friends, whose lives he touched, are feeling his absence.

There will be no service or memorial, that was not his way, but we should all take a few minutes from time to time to reflect how he helped each of us on our way. If it suits you personally feel free to make a donation to your favorite charity in his name.
 
DERBY, Morris Brehaut (I1005)
 
222 (Living names removed) Mrs. Grace Norsworthy PERSBACKER, 79, 13804 Cherry Brook Lane, Tampa, Florida, passed away Tuesday afternoon. Funeral services will be held Friday morning at 10:00 o'clock from the Chapel of the F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home, 5101 Nebraska Avenue, with the Rev. Billy Dean Case, pastor of the Seminole Heights United Methodist Church officiating. Friends and relatives are requested to meet at 12:0 noon at Parrish Cemetery in Manatee County for graveside service and interment. The family will receive friends at the funeral home Thursday night from 8:00 until 9.00 pm. A native of Illinois, Mrs. PERSBACKER had lived in the Tampa area since 1917. She graduated from Southern Florida College of Lakeland and had taught school for twenty eight years in Florida public schools, mainly in Hillsborough County. She was a member of the Seminole Heights United Methodist Church and the National Retired Teachers Association. Survivors include two sons, Charles J. NORSWORTHY, Tampa, and three daughters, Mrs. Thelma N. SEYLLER, Tampa, one sister, Mrs. Hazel LEVERETTE, Baton Rouge, Louisiana; fourteen grandchildren and six great -grandchildren. NICHOLAS, Grace Violetta (I5009)
 
223 (Living names removed) Mrs. Philip W. WINKLER of 16 Homewood Ave., died Tuesday at the Sunnyside Home after a lengthy illness. She was 73.

The former Jesse Ann MYERS, she was born Aug. 3, 1895 in Doon, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Allen MYERS and lived in Kitchener for the past 26 years. Previously, she lived in Saskatchewan for 23 years. Mrs. WINKLER was a member of the First Baptist Church, Waterloo.

Surviving are her husband, to whom she was married in 1917, one son, William A., RR 2, Wellesley; three daughters, 12 grandchildren and one great grandchild. She was predeceased by a son, daughter and sister.

The body is at the Edward R. Good Funeral Home, Waterloo, where Rev., R. E. Robinson of First Baptist Church will conduct the service Friday at 2 pm. Burial will be in Memory Gardens, Breslau.
 
MYERS, Jessie Ann (I12941)
 
224 (Living names removed) NESSWORTHY. South Shields. Peacefully at home, surrounded by her loving family on January 23, 2009, aged 85 years, Lilian (nee HALLS). Devoted wife of the late Joe, Friends please meet for service and cremation at South Shields Crematorium on Friday, January 30, at 11am. Family flowers by request, donations to St. Clare's Hospice. A donation box will be provided at the crematorium for after the service. All enquiries to Co-operative Funeral Care. HALLS, Agnes Lilian (I7819)
 
225 (Living names removed) New Glasgow: Ross Welton SEWELL, age 70, View Street, New Glasgow, passed away on Wednesday, February 8, 2012 in the Palliative Care Unit of the Aberdeen Hospital, New Glasgow, with his family by his side. Born in New Glasgow, Ross was a son of the late Joseph and Winifred (Gunning) SEWELL. Ross worked for 28 years as a Social Worker with the Dept. of Community Services. In retirement, he remained dedicated to serve his community by being a founding member of the Pictou County Prostate Cancer Support Group. He developed a love for antiques and was an avid gardener. Ross traveled regularly to Vancouver with his wife to visit their daughters.

He was predeceased by brother Gerald.

Visitations will be held from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Sunday at Eagles Funeral Home, Westville. His funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Monday from Christ Anglican Church, Stellarton, with Rev. Archdeacon Peter Armstrong officiating. Burial will be in the Auburn Cemetery, Westville. Donations in his memory may be made to Christ Anglican Church or the Aberdeen Palliative Care Society. www.eaglesfuneralhome.ca
 
SEWELL, Ross Welton (I9184)
 
226 (Living names removed) NORSWORTHY MITCHELL, Elsie. Died peacefully on Thursday, May 5, 2005 at the age of eighty-four years, with her family by her side. She was predeceased by two wonderful husbands, the late Justice James E. MITCHELL, and the late Edward C.V. NORSWORTHY. She will be missed by her sons, Special thanks to the caregivers and nurses at Complete Care Coordination who assisted her in her final months. A celebration of her life will be held on Monday, May 9 at 2 p.m. at St. Andrew's Dominion-Douglas Church, 687 Roslyn, Westmount. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Montreal Association for the Blind, or a charity of your choice. Published in the Montreal Gazette from 5/7/2005 - 5/9/2005 Elsie (I9024)
 
227 (Living names removed) NORSWORTHY, Hugh: Died peacefully from complications of Alzheimer's on January 23, 2013. Predeceased by his brother Ed and his sister Bea. Born in Montreal in 1921, attended Selwyn House School and Bishops College School. Attended McGill in 1939. Joined the RAF at the start of WWII. Served in England flying cross channel bombing missions. In 1944, was made Squadron Leader of RCAF Typhoon Squadron 439. Participated in D Day and the Battle of Normandy and was awarded the DFC. After the war returned to McGill and earned a BA and an MBA from Harvard Business School. Joined Alcan, and had a long and rewarding career making lifelong friends. After retiring from Alcan, taught at the McGill Business School. Dedicated volunteer to various organizations, particularly two terms as Chairman of the Board of Selwyn House and 25 years with the VON. For those who wish, donations may be made to the Alzheimer's Society. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, February 2 at 11:00 AM at Rosedale United Church, 159 Roxbough Drive, Toronto. Published in The Gazette on January 26, 2013 NORSWORTHY, Lieut. Hugh Hoyles (I1747)
 
228 (Living names removed) On October 23, 1998 John Collingwood HARRIS passed away at his summer home in East Bideford at the age of 48 years. He was born in Summerside, April 30,1950 to Eileen (JENKINS) and Shelton HARRIS. John lived in Summerside and attended Parkside Elementary School and Summerside High School. After completing Grade 12 John married and moved to Brampton, Ontario and attended Sheridan College studying chemistry. For eleven years John lived in Swan Hills, Alberta working for the Amoco Oil Company. He enjoyed the Alberta wilderness with many fishing and camping expeditions. In 1991 John and his 2 sons moved back home operating C&C Pavement Painters Ltd. John was a man with strong family values, known for his good humour and interest in young people and his love for the Island. He is survived by two sons, His largely attended funeral service was held October 25, 1998 from the Moase Funeral Home, Summerside. The service was conducted by Rev. Linda Berdan. In The Sweet Bye and Bye and Safe in the Arms of Jesus was rendered by Jim Hodge. Organist was Evelyn Morrison. Pallbearers were George HARRIS, Leslie HARDY, Shelton HARDY, Thomas BRADSHAW, John READ and Wayne CROSSMAN. Flowerbearers were Irene DAVISON, Joan FERGUSON, Mike CROSSMAN, Apollo BRADSHAW, and Pam READ. John was gently laid to rest in Floral Hill Memorial Gardens, Fredericton, P.E.I. (Islandregister.com)

 
HARRIS, John Collingwood (I1608)
 
229 (Living names removed) Pansy Isabelle HERON, 90, of Pictou, passed away at the Aberdeen Hospital, New Glasgow, surrounded by her loving family on December 27, 2011. Born February 18, 1921 in Cape Bear, Prince Edward Island, She was predeceased by her husband, Roland and son, Grant. At her request there will be no visitation and a private family service only. Arrangements have been entrusted to McLaren Funeral Home, PictouBROOKS, Pansy Isabelle (I1066)
 
230 (Living names removed) Phyllis C. HIGGINS: 1918 - 2003. Private family graveside services, with the Rev. Kent Harrop officiating, were held in Evergreen Memorial Park, McMinnville, for Phyllis C. HIGGINS of McMinnville. She died at The Hamptons on Oct. 4, 2003, at the age of 85.

She was born Sept. 9, 1918, in Fresno, California, the daughter of Robert and Leonora Champion BORROWDALE, who were missionaries. She spent the first 18 years of her life in India. After college and her marriage to Ivan HIGGINS on Oct. 30, 1947, in Hyattsville, Maryland, she started a mission service in India and Burma with her four children. She returned to the United States in 1954, moved to Australia in 1957, back to India in 1967, then to Canada. She retired to the Napa Valley in California in the late 1970s. Throughout her career she taught high school, served as a preceptress of women and worked as an administrative secretary.

She and her husband moved to McMinnville in 1990 to be near their children. Mrs. HIGGINS was preceded in death by her husband in 1997 and by a daughter, Ivy OLSON.

Her family said she will be remembered and revered as a loving, cheerful and industrious woman, who led a life of adventure and is now resting beside her husband in Evergreen Memorial Park.
 
BORROWDALE, Phyllis Charlotte (I9284)
 
231 (Living names removed) Reuben Alexander MOORE; 1920-2011. At the Dr. John M. Gillis Memorial Lodge in Eldon on Thursday, November 24, 2011, of Reuben Alexander MOORE of Murray River, age 91 years. Pre-deceased by parents John S. and Priscilla MOORE (nee GRATTO), brothers, John Jr., Chester, Bill and Clarence and sister Annie MACLEOD. Resting at Ferguson's Montague Funeral Home from where the service will take place in the Funeral Home Chapel on Sunday at 2:00 pm. Interment in the Murray River Cemetery. Visitation: Saturday 6-8 pm only. If so desired, memorials to Alzheimer's Society would be appreciated. www.fergusonsfh.com. MOORE, Reuben Alexander (I1461)
 
232 (Living names removed) Rev. George Llewellyn CROWTHER of Fredericton passed away April 14, 2006 at the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital after a brief illness. Born on March 13, 1917 in Singapore, Malaysian States, he was the son of the late Cecil and Sarah (Gray) CROWTHER. He is survived by his wife Crystal Alison (Pease) CROWTHER and four sons: In addition to his parents, George was predeceased by his first wife, Pearl Iris (Clapham) CROWTHER in 1985; three brothers: Richard (Edna), Edward (Lillian) and Lionel; and two sisters: Laura (Hubert) DRILLEN and Violet. The Crowther family moved from Singapore to Ceylon (Sri Lanka) to England and finally to Canada arriving on May 5, 1929 where they established themselves on a farm at Salmon Beach, near Bathurst on the shores of Chaleur Bay. During the Second World War, George proudly served his Country with the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) achieving promotion to the rank of Flight Sergeant. His exceptional marine knowledge and love for the water led to his appointment as commander of a crash boat deployed throughout the North Atlantic Coastal Regions to conduct search and rescue operations. Upon discharge in 1945, George accepted employment with the Bathurst Power and Paper Mill where he was employed for 18 years. In 1963, George answered a Divine calling and commenced study to become a Minister with the United Church of Canada. After several years of study at Mount Allison University and Pine Hill Divinity College (now known as the Atlantic School of Theology,) Rev. George CROWTHER graduated with his undergraduate degree, Bachelor of Theology and was ordained as a Minister in the United Church of Canada in May, 1968. For almost a half century, his ministry has brought happiness to the lives of those he served. Rev. Crowther was passionate about life and he enjoyed visiting those less fortunate, especially through personal visitation with shut-ins. Rev. Crowther served many pastorates throughout the Maritimes and Quebec at Welsford, Blackville, and New Bandon, New Brunswick; and Danville-Asbestos and Ormstown, Quebec. As a summer student, Rev. CROWTHER served at numerous churches throughout Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Well into retirement, he continued performing marriages and baptisms for family and friends. His last official function being the baptisms of two of his great grand-daughters in 2003. In 2001, Reverend and Mrs. CROWTHER moved into Saint Anne's Court where George has enjoyed playing the organ, singing, and playing cards with his many friends. While at Saint Anne's Court, George continued his ministry as a member of Saint Paul's United Church. Service to others has been his legacy; these last few weeks has shown how a man so enchanted by life can be at peace with life's end. The Funeral Service for Rev. George CROWTHER will take place Tuesday, April 18, 2006 at St Paul's United Church Fredericton at 2 pm with a reception to follow in the Church Hall. If desired, donations may be given to the Fredericton Food Bank, Transition House or any charity in Lieu of Flowers. Interment will take place at Stonehaven, N.B. at a later date. McAdam's Select Community Funeral Home has been entrusted with arrangements. www.mcadamsfh.com CROWTHER, Rev. George Llewellyn Facey (I10885)
 
233 (Living names removed) Robert Charles "Bob" WEIGHER, 88, passed away peacefully on March 25, 2016 at Los Robles Regional Hospital in Thousand Oaks.

Born June 28, 1927 in Pueblo, Colorado to Charles and Lucille WEGHER, he grew up in Walsenburg and nearby Trinidad before moving to Durango in 1941. As a young man he developed a love of music, often writing his own arrangements, directing his own bands and playing local venues. He also enjoyed sports, excelling at both baseball and football, the latter he played during his time at Durango High School.

At the age of 17 during his junior year in 1944, he enlisted in the United States Navy and served for 18 months in the Pacific Theater of World War II aboard the escort carrier U.S.S. Hoggatt Bay (CVE-75) as a tail gunner of a TBM torpedo bomber. He flew missions in the Battle of Lingayen Gulf and the Battle of Okinawa, once narrowly escaping from his sinking aircraft when its engine lost power during a carrier landing and crashed into the ocean. He concluded his military service as part of the American occupational forces in Northern Honshu, Japan before returning home in 1946.

After his honorable discharge from the Navy, he graduated with the Durango High School class of 1947 before spending two years at the Kansas City Conservatory of Music. In 1949, he married Charlene PLUNKETT and the couple made their home in Durango after a temporary stay in Santa Monica, California where Bob worked for the Douglas Aircraft Company.

From 1951 to 1966, Bob worked at Durango Music selling instruments and playing local gigs with his jazz band, The Bob Wegher Orchestra. He also was an avid hobbyist, building and flying powered control-line model airplanes in his spare time. In addition, he was a member of the highly-regarded Durango Drum and Bugle Corps, competing very successfully at the national level throughout his tenure.

In 1966, now the parents of three boys and two girls, Bob and Charlene moved their family to Denver, Colorado after Bob took a district sales manager position with the Wurlitzer Company selling musical instruments in a territory that spanned 13 western states. In 1973, they moved to Westlake Village after Wurlitzer made Bob their West Coast Regional Sales Manager, a position he held until 1981 when he took a similar position with King Musical Instruments that later became part of United Musical Instruments. During his time with Wurlitzer, King and UMI, he was consistently among each company's very top sales people each year, often finishing as their number one producer.

He retired in 1993, spending much of his time playing his saxophone, collecting jazz sheet music and enjoying his family that eventually included 14 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

Bob passed on his life-long passions for music, aviation and football to all of his children in one fashion or another. He was an avid Denver Bronco fan and was extremely happy to enjoy their victory in Super Bowl 50 this past February. He was a very friendly and compassionate man with a sterling sense of integrity. He loved animals, great jazz and a glass of red wine or a Beefeater martini with dinner, especially if he was hosting his children and grandchildren at a fine restaurant. He was extremely proud of two things in his life - his service to his country in the Pacific and his family, all of whom loved him very much and who will miss him dearly.

He was preceded in death by his mother Lucille (1967), father Charles (1987), wife Charlene (1996), son Michael (2004) and younger brother Jack (2015). He is survived by his daughter and 21 grandchildren and great-grandchildren. His ashes will be interred in Durango in June.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alzheimers Association of America.

For those who wish to attend, a Rosary will be held at St. Columba Catholic Church, 1830 E. Second Ave., Durango 81301 at 7pm on Friday, June 17. The burial will take place at Greenmount Cemetery, 900 Cemetery Rd. Durango 81301 at 10am on Saturday, June 18.

To Plant Memorial Trees in memory, please visit our Sympathy Store.


Published in The Durango Herald on Jun. 9, 2016. 
WEGHER, Robert Charles "Bob" (I12833)
 
234 (Living names removed) Roma Laraine PHANEUF, 1927-2010. The death occurred peacefully, at her late residence, surrounded by her loving family, on Saturday, December 11, 2010, of Roma PHANEUF, of Summerside, aged 83 years. Born in Murray River, she was the daughter of the late William "Bill" and Edna (JENKINS) JENKINS. Predeceased by her husband Russell PHANEUF; brothers Lester and Bennett JENKINS; and by her sister Olive "Babe" POWELL. Resting at the Moase Funeral Home, Summerside, (98 Water Street - private entrance in rear of Waterfront Mall - former S.R.D.C. Office), until Wednesday, then to St. Paul's Church, Summerside, for funeral mass at 2:00 p.m. Interment in St. Paul's Cemetery, Summerside. Visiting hours Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Memorial donations to the East Prince Home Care, Palliative Care Program or Home Instead Senior Care would be appreciated. JENKINS, Roma Laraine (I5713)
 
235 (Living names removed) Roslin: John Masson WHITE: Funeral service for John Masson WHITE, life resident of the Roslin district will be held Wednesday from the Grant Funeral Home with service in the chapel at 1:30 p.m. conducted by Rev. Everett Hawkes. Interment will be in Roslin Presbyterian Cemetery. Mr. WHITE died Sunday morning in Belleville General Hospital. He was in his 60th year.

Born at Roslin, he was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William H. WHITE and had worked for Chisholm's
Lumber Company for 20 years, retiring three years ago because of ill health. For the past year he had delivered mail on the RR 1, Roslin route. He was a member of the Tweed Presbyterian Church. He is survived by his wife, the former Marie COLLINS,
(Ontario Intelligencer) 
WHITE, John Masson (I11812)
 
236 (Living names removed) Ruth N. PIPHER; Elkhart... Ruth N. PIPHER, 99, Americana Healthcare Center, formerly of 916 Laurel St., died at 1:55 p.m. Sunday (Nov. 11, 1990) at the nursing center. She had been a patient there for one year. She was born Aug. 10, 1891, in Elkhart. As Ruth N. COUNTER, she married Earl H. PIPHER on June 18, 1913, in Elkhart. He died May 20, 1972, in Elkhart. Surviving are two sons, seven grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Walley-Mills-Zimmerman Funeral Home, where services will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday. The Rev. James Willyard of Bethel United Methodist Church will officiate. Burial will be in Rice Cemetery. Mrs. PIPHER attended Riverside Bible Church. Memorials may be given to any charity. COUNTER, Ruth Naomi (I7965)
 
237 (Living names removed) Sally Ann SMITHAM, age 14, left us to return to God on August 10, 2005 in Dallas, Texas. Sally was a rising freshman at Highland Park High School. Her beautiful energy was, and remains, a presence in our world that will continue in the minds and hearts of her parents, her brothers, and her sister, . Beneath our sadness lies an awareness that Sally is experiencing a glorious unfolding that will continue to deepen her joyful, powerful and eternal connection with those who loved her and that we will see her again.

A memorial service will be held at 11:00 A.M. on Monday, August 15, 2005 at Fellowship Bible Church Dallas, 10310 N. Central Expressway, Dallas, TX. Visitation will be Sunday, August 14, 2005 from 6 - 8 P.M. at Eastgate Funeral Home. A private family burial will take place at Hillcrest Memorial Park. Memorials may be made to a scholarship honoring Sally's life at Highland Park Education Foundation, 4201 Grassmere Lane, Dallas, Texas. www.eastgatefuneralhome.com"
 
SMITHAM, Sally Ann (I11806)
 
238 (Living names removed) SCHNARR: Donald T., At St. Mary's Hospital on Wednesday, May 12th, 2010 after a determined battle with lung disease. Donald Theodore SCHNARR aged 79 years. Donald owned and operated Parkway Painters for over 40 years until his retirement. Loving father to Predeceased by his wife Doris (1997), his son Richard (1986), parents Henry and Emma (nee DEMMERLING), his sisters Esther, Margaret, Verna, Elsie and Ruth, and brothers Gordon, Arthur and Allan. The Schnarr Family will receive friends at the Ratz-Bechtel Funeral Home, 621 King Street, Kitchener on Friday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service will be held in the chapel on Saturday at 1:00 p.m. with Pastor Mark Ehlebracht officiating, reception to follow in the Ratz-Bechtel Family Center. Private family interment at Parkview Cemetery, Waterloo. As expressions of sympathy donations to the Lung Association or the Canadian Diabetes Foundation would be gratefully appreciated. On line condolences may be made at www.ratzbechtelfuneralhome.com SCHNARR, Donald Theodore (I11243)
 
239 (Living names removed) SLATER, Ted - Peacefully at home, in the presence of his loving family on Wednesday, 17th August 2016, much loved and sadly missed . Funeral service to be held at St. Martin's Church, Brampton on Monday, 22nd August at 2.00pm, followed by interment in the cemetery. Family flowers only. The family would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank the staff from Hospice at Home, family GP Dr. Low, Brampton District Nurses and the Artemis Carers Team for all their care and kindness shown to Ted.
Published in the News and Star on 19th August 2016 
SLATER, Edward "Ted" (I8899)
 
240 (Living names removed) TAYLOR, Rosina (Rose), (Nee Nessworthy) Peacefully in hospital on 17th April 2019, aged 97 years. Beloved Wife of the late Jack. Greatly loved Mam of and a loving Gran and Great Gran. Private cremation at South Shields Crematorium. Would family and friends please meet for a celebration of Rose's life at St. Margaret's U.R.C, 2nd May at 4.45pm. Family flowers only please. Donations, if so desired, to St Margaret's U.R.C. Safe in the arms of the Lord. Published in Shields Gazette on Apr. 26, 2019 NESSWORTHY, Rosina (I6883)
 
241 (Living names removed) The death occured at the Prince County Hospital in Summerside, Wednesday, June 19, 2002, of Bennett JENKINS of 465 Gallant St., Summerside, age 69 years. Born at Point Pleasant, P.E.I., he was the son of the late William E. JENKINS and Edna JENKINS. six grandchildren; sisters Olive (Babe) POWELL of Winfield, B. C., Roma PHANUEF of Summerside, and Yvonne DECOSTE of Summerside; Predeceased by brother Lester S. JENKINS. Resting at the Moase Funeral Home in Summerside. Visiting hours Friday 7-9 p.m. A graveside service will be held at Peoples Cemetery in Summerside, Saturday at 11 a.m. Memorial donations to a charity of your choice would be appreciated. JENKINS, Bennett (I5710)
 
242 (Living names removed) The death occured in his late residence on Tuesday, December 3, 1985 of Lester S. JENKINS, of 15 Noonan St., Summerside, age 65 years. Born at Murray River, he was the son of William and Edna (Jenkins) JENKINS. He was the owner and president of Jenkins Brothers Ltd., until his retirement in 1977. He was a member and past president of the Summerside Royal Canadian Legion, a member of the Price County Horsemen's Association and a former member of the Hiram and Lebanon Lodge. He is survived by his wife, the former Marie GAY, and three children, Mosye, St. Eleanors, Also by seven grandchildren, as well by his mother, Mrs. Edna JENKINS, of Summerside and a brother Bennett of St. Eleanors and four sisters, Mrs. Roma PHANEUF, Wilmot; Olive (Babe) Mrs. Cecil POWELL, Winnipeg, Manitoba; Yvonne DECOSTE, Summerside, and a half brother,

Resting at the Moase Funeral Home where funeral service will be held on Thursday at 11 a.m. Interment in People's Cemetery, Summerside. Visiting hours Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Flowers gratefully declined. Donations to the Canadian Heart Foundation would be appreciated. Members of the Summerside Royal Canadian Legion will hold a Legion Service at the funeral home Wednesday at 6:45 p.m.
 
JENKINS, Lester S. (I5709)
 
243 (Living names removed) The death occurred peacefully and surrounded by her loving family at the Prince County Hospital, Summerside on Sunday, Nov. 27, 2011 of "Yvonne" Syble DECOSTE (nee Jenkins) of Summerside, P.E.I. , aged 76 years. Yvonne was born on April 19, 1935 in Murray Harbour, P.E.I. to her late parents W. E. and Edna W. JENKINS. Also lovingly remembered by her 15 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Besides her parents, Yvonne was predeceased by brothers Lester and Bennett JENKINS and sisters Roma PHANEUF and Olive "Babe" POWELL. Resting at the East Prince Funeral Home, 245 Pope Rd., Summerside until Wednesday, Nov. 30 for a funeral service in the funeral home chapel at 11 a.m. Following cremation, interment to take place at a later date in People's Cemetery, Summerside. Memorial donations in Yvonne's memory to the Summerside Salvation Army would be greatly appreciated. Visiting hours on Tuesday, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Online condolences can be sent to epfuneral@eastlink.ca. Arrangements entrusted to the East Prince Funeral Home, Summerside, P.E.I. www.peifuneralcoops.com JENKINS, Yvonne Syble (I5714)
 
244 (Living names removed) The death occurred peacefully at Prince County Hospital, Summerside, on Saturday, August 30, 2014, of Marie Ruth JENKINS (nee GAY) of Summerside, aged 90 years. Marie was born in Moncton, N.B., to her late parents Harvey and Mary GAY. Beloved wife of the late Lester JENKINS Besides her husband and parents, Marie was predeceased by her son Moyse JENKINS, her brother Bill GAY, her daughter-in-law Theresa JENKINS, and grandsons Kenyon JENKINS and Ben KYLLONEN. Resting at the East Prince Funeral Home, 245 Pope Road, Summerside, until Wednesday, Sept. 3, for a funeral service in the funeral home chapel at 11 a.m. Memorial donations in Marie's memory to the Prince County Hospital Foundation would be greatly appreciated. Visiting hours on Tuesday evening only, 6'968 p.m. Online condolences can be sent to epfuneral@eastlink.ca. Arrangements entrusted to the East Prince Funeral Home, Summerside. www.peifuneralcoops.com GAY, Marie Ruth (I6249)
 
245 (Living names removed) The death of The Rev. Canon Thomas Hubert DRILLEN occurred on Thursday, October 24th, 2003 at the Queens North Heath Complex, Minto. Born in Nelson, Miramichi, New Brunswick, he was the son of the late Thomas H. and Ethel (Golding) DRILLEN and husband of Vera Ann MCKENZIE-DRILLEN. At the age of seventeen, Hubert went to Kings College in Halifax, Nova Scotia where he received his B.A. and M.S.Lit. On September 27th, 1942 he was ordained Deacon and on August 13th, 1944 he became an ordained Priest. He then went to the Parish of New Bandon, Gloucester County where he remained until his retirement. On August 1st, 1974 he was made a Canon of Christ Church Cathedral and upon his retirement in 1986 he moved to Fredericton, and became Honorary Assistant Clergy at Christ Church Cathedral. He worked for many years with the Duke of Edinburgh Awards and with Forest Syndicate as Conciliator. Hubert was a Mason and was a member of the Lodge of St. John #27 in Bathurst, a member of the Order of the Eastern Star and was founding member of the Guild of St. Joseph. He was predeceased by his parents, and his first wife, Laura CROWTHER. Visitation will be held on Sunday, October 26th, 2003 from 2-4 and 7-9 pm at McAdam's Select Community Funeral Home, 160 York Street, Fredericton. A Masonic tribute service will be held at the funeral home Sunday evening at 7:00 pm by members of the Lodge of St. John #27. The Funeral service will take place at Christ Church Cathedral, Fredericton on Monday, October 27th, 2003 at 2:00 pm. Dean Keith Joyce will officiate, assisted by Archbishop Harold Nutter and other clergy colleagues. Interment will take place in the Forest Hill Cemetery. Memorial tributes made to Christ Church Cathedral Restoration Fund, the Alzheimer's Society or charity of the donor's choice, would be appreciated by the family. www.mcadamsfh.com DRILLEN, Rev. Canon Thomas Hubert (I11221)
 
246 (Living names removed) Trenton: Joseph Arthur SEWELL, age 74, of Trenton, died Monday, March 23, in Aberdeen Hospital, New Glasgow. A memorial service will be held today at 7 p.m. in St. Augustine's Church, Trenton. Followed by the service, the family will receive friends at the home of his daughter Evening News, 26 March 1992.

Trenton: Joseph Arthur SEWELL, 74, of Trenton, died Monday, Mar. 23, in Aberdeen Hospital, New Glasgow. Born in Stellarton, he was a son of the late Robert and Alice (Hodgkin) SEWELL.

He was a former warden and member of St. Augustine's Anglican Church, Trenton. He was employed at Hawker Siddeley and in late years was self-employed, as well as being a former town councillor.

He was predeceased by his wife the former Winnifred GUNNING; brother, Jack, New Glasgow; and a sister, Lila, Quebec.

At his request, the body had been donated to medical science, Dalhousie University. A memorial service will be held at St. Augustine's Anglican Church, Thursday at 7 pm. Donations may be made to palliative care, Aberdeen Hospital, or charity of choice.
Halifax Herald (undated). 
SEWELL, Joseph Arthur (I471)
 
247 (Living names removed) TRUMAN, Iris Evelyn. Peacefully at Derriford Hospital on 2nd October 2011 aged 80 years. Wife of Bill (deceased), Rest in peace. Forever in our hearts. Funeral service to take place at Efford Crematorium on Wednesday 12th October at 1:30 pm. Any flowers or enquiries to The Co-operative Funeralcare, 72 Pomphlett Road, Plymstock, Plymouth, Devon, PL9 7BN. ROWLEY, Iris Evelyn (I11383)
 
248 (Living names removed) Tuscola '96 Marian Louise Northcott PONDER, 81, of Tuscola passed away at 11.35 a.m. Friday, May 4, 2007, at the Tuscola Health Care Center, Tuscola. She was born July 3, 1925 in Wisconsin. She was the daughter of the late Bishop H. Clifford NORTHCOTT. Marian attended Northwestern University before graduating from the University of Illinois with her teaching degree in 1949. Marian married Dan A. PONDER on July 16, 1946 in Champaign. Their home was in Racine, Wisconsin while Dan was employed with J. I. Case Co. They moved back to the family farm in Tuscola in the fall of 1952.

Marian was predeceased in death by her parents. She is survived by her husband, Dan, of Tuscola;

Marian was a member of the Tuscola United Methodist Church, Gamma Phi Beta Sorority, Douglas County Republican Women and the former Jarman Hospital Auxiliary. She taught swimming for the American Red Cross, and she taught as a substitute teacher and general education instructor in the Tuscola schools.

Visitation will be held at 10 a.m. on Monday, May 7, 2007, at the Tuscola United Methodist Church, 901 N. Prairie St., Tuscola, followed by a memorial service at 11 a.m. Her remains will be placed in the Tuscola United Methodist Church Columbarium. Hilligoss Shrader Funeral Home, 705 S. Main St.,Tuscola is handling the arrangements. Memorials are suggested to Lincolnland Hospice, 700 Broadway Ave., East, Suite 9, Mattoon, Illinois. Condolences may be left online at www.hilligossshraderfh.com.


[It would appear her place of birth is an error in this obituary].(Anne Brooks) 
NORTHCOTT, Marion Louise (I9608)
 
249 (Living names removed) WARWICK, Ivy Jean (Cavender) - Peacefully on February 14, 2010 in her 94th year. Ivy is survived by her loving childrenPredeceased by her husband Sydney WARWICK. Arrangements entrusted to the Eglinton Chapel of McDougall & Brown Funeral Homes (1812 Eglinton Ave. W. at Dufferin, 416-782-1197). Visitation will take place on Thursday, February 18th from 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service will take place on Friday, February 19th at 2 p.m. in the chapel of the funeral home. Interment to follow in Prospect Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alzheimer Society. Published in the Toronto Star from Feb. 17 to Feb. 18, 2010 CAVENDER, Ivy Jean (I14219)
 
250 (Living names removed) WATTS - Reginald "Don" Martin, Born September 2, 1920; died May 6, 2008. It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of our husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather, Don WATTS. He will ever be remembered by all who knew him for his sense of humour, compassion and love of family and friends. We will all miss his sarcastic charm. Don is survived by his wife of 64 years, He will be remembered with love by his ten grandchildren, as well as four great-grandchildren,. He was the last surviving member of his many siblings and will be remembered fondly by his nieces, nephews, and countless friends.

Don's bakery career began at a very early age and involved working for others as well as running his own pie shop. He was General Manager of Rotary Pie in Vancouver until his retirement 23 years ago. He was a member of the University Masonic Lodge and a drummer in the Shriner's Drum and Bugle Corps as well as a past member of the Rotary Club. A Memorial Service in his honour will be held on Wednesday, May 21, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. at Valley View Funeral Home, 14660 72nd Ave., Surrey. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Shrine Care Cruiser Fund, c/o 3550 Wayburne Drive, Burnaby, BC, VSG 3K9, in honour of Don Watts.
Published in the Vancouver Sun and/or The Province on 5/14/2008. 
WATTS, Reginald Don Martin (I8134)
 

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