IN MEMORIAM

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Sergeant
David (Dave) WILLIAMS
03 November 2017
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David Williams of Airdrie, AB, passed away on Friday, November 3, 2017 at the age of 87 years.

Dad had the privilege to stand for his country in his service to the military for the Department of National Defense for over thirty-seven years. He also had passion for AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) with sponsoring and helping many people to overcome their addictions.

Dad had a great love for his family in that he spent as much time as he could with his siblings, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Dad was also never without a dog in his life and truly enjoyed having that companionship. Oscar was a great love of his.

David is survived by his sons and daughters-in-law, Ervin and Susie, David and Allison, daughter Susan, and daughter and son-in-law Elizabeth and Michael; his grandchildren, Alysa (Patrick), Alexandra (Jimmy), Bronwyn (Timothy), Ariana, Hal, Abby, Olivia, and Nickolas; his great-grandchildren, Taylor, Jacob, and Evangeline; his sisters and brothers-in-law, Janice and Steve Murnaghan, Lucille  and Lal DeWolfe, Sisters, Betty and Marion; and numerous nieces and nephews.

David was predeceased by his beloved wife Margaret Rose (nee Lumax); his brother Ervin Williams; and his sister Barbara Cullinan.

Funeral Services will be held at the Airdrie United Church (212 1 Ave NE, Airdrie, AB T4B 0R4) on Friday, November 10, 2017 at 3:30 P.M. Condolences may be forwarded through www.mcinnisandholloway.com. The family would like to extend our greatest gratitude to all the nurses and healthcare workers of the Foothills Hospital and great thanks to the Bethany Care Centre in Airdrie for their outstanding compassion for our father.

In living memory of David Williams, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park by MCInnis And Holloway Funereal Homes, Airdrie, 300 Towerlane Drive Airdrie, AB Tele: 403-948- OWERLANE DRIVE, AIRDRIE, AB. Telephone: 403-948-1100.
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Colonel
André D. GAUTHIER
(26 October2017)
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GAUTHIER, André D. Col. (Ret'd) Peacefully in the presence of family on Thursday October 26, 2017 at the age of 82. Predeceased by his loving wife Francoise (nee Proulx), his son Jacques, brother Edouard (Savitri) and his sister Louise. He leaves behind his loving children Edouard (Anna) of Winnipeg and Madeleine (Harry McHugh) of Victoria. Beloved grandfather of Bryce and Chantal Gauthier and Charlotte and Scout McHugh. He is survived by his brother Paul (Sandy) of Montreal, sister Michelle of Seattle and sister-in-law Jacqueline (André) of Ottawa. André was a very accomplished military officer and diplomat with a distinguished career ranging from the former Colonel Commandant of NDHQ, military advisor to the MBFR Talks in Vienna and Military Attaché. He was also a very gifted artist and sculpted many statues and monuments that recognize the many branches of the Canadian Armed Forces. On October 21, 2017 his last monument, "The Return" was unveiled in Kirkland, QC in honor of returning soldiers. Also Astronaut Chris Hatfield will be receiving a statue on October 28, 2017, the Birchall Leadership Award. He worked tirelessly to the very end, it's now time to rest. Rest in peace Papa. Family and friends may pay respect at the Kelly Funeral Home-Orleans 2370 St. Joseph Blvd Orleans, On K1C 1G1 613-837-2370 Thursday November 2, 2017 after 9 am followed by a Funeral Mass at Paroisse St-Joseph, 2757 Boul. St. Joseph at 11 a.m. In memoriam donations to the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation would be appreciated. www.arbormemorial.ca/en/kelly-orleans/obituaries
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Lieutenant Colonel
Murray WILSON
(10 October2017)
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Peacefully with family by his side, at the Lennox and Addington County Hospital in Napanee on Tuesday, October 10, 2017. Murray Wilson of Napanee at age 81. Beloved husband of Donna Wilson (Bush) and dear father of Karen Wilson of Barrie; Sandra Krahl (Michael) of Guelph and Trevor Wilson (Corinne) of Kingston. Grandfather of Kristopher and Kyle Krahl; Miles Wilson and Kelsea Dale. Great-grandfather to Kale and Beatrix Ellery-Krahl. The family would like to thank the wonderful staff at KGH and Lennox and Addington County Hospital. Cremation has taken place, private family service. Memorial donations made to the Cancer Society or the Lennox and Addington County Hospital Foundation would be appreciated. In the care of Hannah Funeral Home, in Napanee. (613-354-3341)

Reminiscence: - WO (Retired) Mike Franke:
I met Lt Murray Wilson in 1962, when he was the Provost Marshal at Calgary Provost Detachment. When I graduated out of Boot Camp. Bud Caruthers and I had a choice of postings and after a bit of research, Calgary Detachment was alleged to be the best posting in Canada, so, off we went. Murray ran a great Detachment and there are many good stories that could be told about him and the detachment while I was there. Through out my military career I frequently thought of him and have done so even in my retirement after 47 years of Government service. RIP great ex-boss and friend. Mike Franke


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Sergeant
Robert George (Bob) BAZINET
(15 Sep 2017)
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BAZINET, Robert George - Born February 13, 1934 in Timmins Ontario, passed away peacefully at home in Ottawa on September 15, 2017 at the age of 83. Robert is survived by his wife Ellen Bazinet (born Fiener), his adopted son René and grandson Jérôme, dear brother of Simone Bazinet of Timmins, Ubald Bazinet of Montreal, Edna Bazinet of Oka and Marguerite Bazinet (Percy) of Kingston as well as many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his parents Ubald and Justine Bazinet, his sister Pauline Gammon (1963), his brothers Roland Bazinet (1987), Omer Bazinet (1996), Aurèle Bazinet (1999), his sister Irene Guilliano (2005), Évelyne Desmarais (2014), Yvonne Lemieux (May 2017). Robert served 20 years in the Canadian Army, 18 months in the Congo, 5 and a half years with NATO in Germany, 3 years with R22R and 17 years with the Provost Corps and Military Police. He worked for 15 years with the Federal Public Service. Proud member of l'Institut Canadien Français d' Ottawa, Provost Corps Association. There will be a Celebration of Life on Saturday, September 23, 2017 between 11 am and 3 pm in the reception room on the second floor at the Crosswinds located at 641 Bathgate Drive, Ottawa.13211337

Reminiscence: - LCol (Retired) Robert (Bob) Morey:
Baz, Packrat Smith and I served together in Germany during the late 60's, early 70's. He had a great sense of humour and was an exceptional investigator. Hard to believe that they are both gone. RIP!


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Lance Corporal
Lloyd Franklin MacDONALD
(29 June 2017)
- WWII Veteran -
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Lloyd Franklin MacDonald was born in Calgary on January 22, 1923.Passed away peacefully at home on Jun 29, 2017 at the age of 94.

Dad joined the army in New Westminster when he was 16, and eventually was shipped to England and then to the continent during WW11. Lloyd met and married Connie Harding in Guildford in 1945.

After the war they settled in Surrey, where Lloyd worked for the municipality. He rejoined the forces and was posted to Victoria. Then on to Whitehorse, Edmonton, Cyprus and his final posting was back to Victoria. They then moved to Calgary before settling in Salmon Arm in 1979.

Lloyd was predeceased by his wife Connie, son Michael, grandson Cameron and son-in-law Butch. He is survived by his daughters Marie and Lynne, son Stephen (Christine), daughter-in-law Andrea, sister Dorothy, sister-in-laws Liz, Daphne and Rita, grandchildren Aaron (Wendy), Theresa (Jimmy), Ashley, Kyle, Chelsea and great-grandchildren, Hope, Olivia, Isabella and Bradley.

Lloyd was a decorated veteran of WW11 and a proud member of the Royal Canadian Legion since 1942.

Lloyd's family wish to express their thanks and appreciation to Dr. S.Kirkman and Montebello Clinic staff, as well as Blane Ready and Shoppers Drug Mart staff for their kindness and respect shown to their old soldier.

A Celebration of Life will be hold for Lloyd on Thursday, July 20th at the Royal Canadian Legion, Salmon Arm.


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Sergeant
Archie Peter KRUGER
(22 April 2017)
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Archie passed away on April 22, 2017 after a long and courageous battle with cancer. Born in June 1930 in Gordon Township on the Manitoulin Island, he was predeceased by his wife of 60 years, Jean (nee Jewell); his youngest son, Robert Paul; his brother, Armand and sister's Edith and Misa.

He will be lovingly remembered by his daughter, Catherine (Tim); his sons, Jorgen (Brenda) and Michael (Florence); his daughter-in-law, Debbie; his brothers, August (Gus) and Arthur (Joe); his sisters, Ev and Molly; seven grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and his beloved Flo.

Archie joined the Canadian Army in 1950 and was a veteran of the Korean War, having fought with the Royal Canadian Regiment in South Korea from 1951 to 1952. It was an experience he always remembered because of the close friends he made and most notably lost in combat. Upon returning to Canada in 1952, he transferred to the Canadian Provost Corps, with whom he served until retirement from the Canadian Forces as a Sergeant in 1967. During his career in the Provost Corps, he served for a year in the Belgian Congo in 1960 and in Egypt in 1966 as part of United Nations operations.

Archie settled in Oliver in 1994 and led an active life in the community, particularly enjoying volunteering with Royal Canadian Legion Branch 97 and the Elks Lodge. For Archie there was good, better, best and "more better", a term he applied to his many friends, extended family and activities. His final days were spent in the Palliative Care Unit in the Acute Care Ward of the South Okanagan General Hospital. The family would like to extend a very special thank you to the extraordinary staff at the hospital for their care and kindness, it meant a lot to Archie. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the South Okanagan Hospital or the Canadian Cancer Society.

Archie will be cremated and there will be a celebration of his life service on Sunday, 30 April, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. in the Oliver Air Cadet Hall, 5856 Cessna Street, Oliver.

Condolences and tributes may be directed to the family by visiting www.nunes-pottinger.com Arrangements entrusted to Nunes-Pottinger Funeral Service & Crematorium, Oliver And Osoyoos. www.nunes-pottinger.com

Condolence from Major WP (Bill) Stoker:
Archie a colleague of my time in Gaza. Separated from family in 1966 he did his duty. Osoyoos- a paradise. Well done and farewell Archie!



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Sergeant
Ernest (Ed) SCHERLY
(05 June 2017)
Photo of former member of the C Pro C, Sgt Ernest (Ed) Scherly. SCHERLY, Ernest Born on February 9, 1924 and passed away peacefully at the age of 93 on June 5, 2017, surrounded by his family. He is survived by his wife Margaret, son Ernie (Donna), daughter Carol (Paul), grandchildren: Lisa (Doyle), Vanessa (Torben), Sandra (Aaron), aunt Anna, sisters: Maria and Clara, and numerous nieces and nephews. Ernest served with the Canadian Provost Corp 1951-1974, earning the rank of sergeant before retiring in Victoria. He then served as a security officer with the BCBC at Government House and the RBCM. He was strong, caring, often stubborn and if you had the opportunity to get to know him, he could be quite cheeky! One thing that everyone could be certain of was how much he loved his family and how much they loved him. His family would like to extend their gratitude to all the staff of 4 South of the PCC, at the Royal Jubilee Hospital for the incredible care that they provided while he was in their care. A private graveside service will be held at Royal Oak Burial Park on Monday, June 12, 2017. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to the charity of your choice in memory of Ernest.
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Lieutenant Colonel
George (Wilky) WILKINSON
(27 April 2017)
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Wilkinson, George (Wilky): Lt. Col. CD (Ret'd) passed away on 12 May 2017.
Died in Victoria at age 99, a swift passing of a long, adventurous, happy life full of family and people who loved and respected him.

Predeceased by wife Isobel, parents Arnold and Kate Wilkinson (Reidy) and older brother Arnold, Wilky was born on Sturdee St. in Esquimalt on Feb 25, 1918. At age 3 the family moved into the home his father built at 1342 Liverpool St. in Esquimalt, now part of Naden and named the George Wilkinson Room in his honour.

Raised and schooled in Esquimalt, he then joined the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI) in 1935 at the age of 17.

When WWII broke out the Patricias sailed from Halifax on Dec 17, 1939. In April 1940 he was seconded into the British Merchant Navy as a machine gunner on a DEMS (Defensively Armed Merchant Ship) collier operating in the North Sea. He was one of two PPCLI soldiers to have first seen action in WWII.

After an injury in 1941 George volunteered for a military police position in the Canadian Provost Corp, 2nd Infantry Div.

Following D-Day, he landed in Normandy in early July 1944 and fought with the 4th Canadian Armoured Division in France, Belgium and Holland, returning home to Canada and arriving in Vancouver on May 8, 1945. Shortly thereafter he married his pre-war sweetheart Isobel Muir Cockburn. During 65 years of marriage they lived in 30 homes in 5 provinces and three countries. They had two children, Diane and Patrick. George stayed with the military, serving as provost marshal with the UN Emergency Force in the Gaza Strip, Cyprus and also in Quebec, retiring from the forces in 1967 as a Lt. Colonel.

From 1968 to 1976 he worked both for External Affairs with a posting in Malaysia and also the Solicitor General`s Office in Ottawa. He retired in 1976 as Director of Security Planning, with 41 years of public service which he referred to as 41 years of undetected crime..

He and Isobel retired for good in 1976 and returned to live in Victoria.They had the best of retirements enjoying good health, the company of many friends, HAM radio, the Emergency Measures Response Team for Esquimalt, the arrival of grandchildren, sailing their Contessa 26 out of Esquimalt, world travel and - above all - golf at Royal Colwood Golf Course.

Wilky is survived by his children Diane (Don), Patrick (Cathy); his grandchildren Jennifer, Caroline (Rob), Adam (Jayne) and Joel (Tiffany); his great- grandchildren Julian, Miles and Isabelle.

Many thanks to the Berwick Royal Oak staff, community nurses and the nurses at Victoria Hospice. Special thanks to Drs. Wolovitz and Sager.

A celebration of life is to be held at Royal Colwood Golf Course from 1 to 4 PM on Saturday, May 20, 2017.

. Published in The Times Colonist from May 16 to May 17, 2017 - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/timescolonist/obituary.aspx?n=george-wikinson&pid=185402108&eid=sp_shareobit#sthash.WR86TI63.dpuf

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Lance Corporal
Graham William FARQUHARSON
(11 May 2017)
Graham Farquharson, of Calgary, passed away on Thursday, May 11, 2017 at the age of 76 years. Graham was born in Woodford, England and immigrated to Canada in 1960. He served in the Canadian Armed Forces, and while stationed in Wainwright, he met Diane McLean in 1962. In 1963, Graham and Diane moved to Calgary so Graham could join the Calgary Police Service. They were married December 14, 1963 and continued to live happily in Calgary. Graham retired from CPS in 1989. Graham and Diane enjoyed many memorable trips, cruising around Hawaii, South Pacific, Europe and the Caribbean. Graham was a loving father, grandfather and friend to many. Graham is survived by his daughter Arlene Cooper (Don), son and daughter-in-law Gord Farquharson and Arlene McGrath, four grandchildren Kaitlyn (Reily),

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Chief Warrant Officer
Joseph Adelard (Joe) PLOURDE
(27 April 2017)
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La famille Plourde a le regret de vous annoncer le décès de  M. Joseph Adélard Plourde
survenu le 27 avril 2017, à l’âge de 83 ans. Il était l’époux de feu Anne Thibodeau et le fils de feu Joseph Plourde et de feu Marie-Anne Cyr .  Il laisse dans le deuil ses enfants: Colette (Richard Yelle), Patricia (Yves Robichaud) et Charles (Cathy Savard) ; ses petits-enfants: Charles, Simon, Samuel, Sophie, Émile et Martine. Il  laisse également ses frères, ses sœurs ainsi que plusieurs beaux-frères, belles-sœurs, neveux, nièces, parents et ami(e)s. 

La famille vous recevra le vendredi 12 mai 2017, de 19h à 21h à la COOPÉRATIVE FUNÉRAIRE DE L’OUTAOUAIS située au 95,  boul. de la Cité-des-Jeunes à Gatineau (secteur Hull). Le service reilgieux aura lieu le samedi 13 mai 2017 à 10h à la cathédrale St-Joseph, située au 245 boul. St-Joseph à Gatineau (secteur Hull). La famille recevra les condoléances à compter de 9h30. Vos marques de sympathie peuvent se traduire par un don à l'Oratoire St-Joseph du Mont-Royal  https://www.saint-joseph.org . Vos messages de condoléances peuvent être envoyés à: http://www.cfo.coop/">www.cfo.coop


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Sergeant
Norman (Norm) Stanley KENDRICK
(15 April 2017)
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KENDRICK, Norman (Norm) Stanley October 7, 1931 – April 15, 2017. Norm, age 85, passed away peacefully at Norwood Palliative Care in Edmonton with family at his side on April 15, 2017 after a courageous battle with cancer. Norm was predeceased by his loving wife of 54 years Marie (Barchuk) Kendrick and parents (Marshall and Mabel). He will be greatly missed by his children James (Nathalie Gosselin), Heather (Rick Andony), Chris (Brian Middleton), Rick (Christine Kendrick) and Wayne and grandchildren Teri, Alex, Jeffrey, Jacob, Ben, Teagan, Brynden, Jaren. Born in Vancouver, Norm grew up on the west coast and spent his entire career protecting Canada and Canadians domestically and overseas as a decorated member of the Canadian Forces and later the Alberta government. A devoted husband, father, and family man, Norm was a black belt in judo, an accomplished scuba diver and photographer, loved the ocean, and enjoyed travel. We will miss Norm's wit and character; we all wish him fair winds and following seas.A family service will be held at a later date. If one chooses donations may be made to Capital Care Norwood Palliative Unit, (780) 496-3251. - See more at:
http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/edmontonjournal/obituary.aspx?n=norman-kendrick&pid=185174450#sthash.DLTk4u5X.dpuf


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Lieutenant
Andrew JF (Andy) BLAKE
(17 February 2017)
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BLAKE, Andy December 28, 1933 - February 17, 2017Joseph Andrew John Francis (Andy), passed away peacefully on February 17, aged 83 years. Remembered by his wife of 59 years, Denise; his children Trish (Greg), Theresa (Ab), Frances (Julie) and Mark (Shay); grandchildren Sarah, Christopher, Alexandra, Matthew, Julia, Benjamin, Cameron and Nicholas. Born in Kitchener, ON, the youngest of six, Andy joined the army at age 15, the Military Police in 1950, and was a Korean War veteran. Andy met Denise in 1957 while stationed in Antwerp, Belgium; they married in Belgium and raised 4 children in Germany, Victoria, Vancouver and Edmonton. Andy retired with rank of Lieutenant in 1974 to embark on a new career as the first Department Chair, Law Enforcement and Corrections at Grant MacEwan College, 1974-1997. Andy completed his B.Ed and M. Ed during this time, fulfilling a long held belief of lifelong learning. An avid golfer, Andy also enjoyed traveling throughout North America with Denise, as a member of the Police Educators Board of Canada. A devout Catholic, Andy served St. Matthews parish as a reader and RCIA teacher, and was a member of the Third Order of Saint Francis. The family extends heartfelt thanks to all the dedicated staff at Kipnes Centre for Veterans who cared for Andy during his residence there. A celebration of Andy's life will be held on Friday, February 24, 2017, 1:00 p.m. at St Matthew's Catholic Parish, 13131-86 St Edmonton. Memorial donations appreciated to:St Vincent de Paul Society10804-109 Ave Edmonton T5H3C1 -
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Private
John (Jack) Laing HARDIE

(19 December 2016)
(WWII Veteran)

Photo of C Pro C WWII Vet, the late John (Jack) Hardie. JOHN (JACK) LAING HARDIE August 19, 1922 - December 17, 2016 Peacefully, with family by his side, on Saturday, December 17, 2016, Jack Hardie, aged 94 years of Traverse Bay, MB passed away. Jack was predeceased by his wife Alice; parents Margaret and Kenneth; son Ken and grandson J.L. He leaves behind his daughter Margaret (Gerald); grandson Mathieu (Annie) of Quebec; son Robert (Lynn); grandchildren Tyler, Jordyn and Austyn of Nova Scotia; daughter-in-law Deborah of New Brunswick as well as four great-grandchildren. He also leaves behind his long-time companion Lois Swistun and her extensive family. Jack was born in Verdun, Quebec and grew up in Rosemont. At 14 he left school to become a bicycle messenger in Montreal for the Art Emporium and Crowleys. In early 1940 at 17 he volunteered for the army and served with the 35th Battery, Canadian Light Anti-aircraft. Throughout the Second World War he served in Great Britain, Sicily, Italy, France, Belgium and Holland, and was most proud of his service in the Battle of Britain, Battle of Monte Cassino and the Liberation of Holland. He finished his service with the Canadian Provost Corps until his discharge in 1946. Once back in Montreal he returned to work at Crowleys, eventually becoming a partner in the business. He met and married Alice Thompson and raised their three children. He was very involved in his children's activities, coaching both hockey and football. Throughout his career he established many friends with prominent Canadian artists. Jack finished his career in the fine art business at Gallery Continental. After Jack's retirement in 1990, he moved to Birds Hill, MB to join his new partner Lois Swistun and family. In retirement, Jack and Lois travelled extensively, well into Jack's 90's, visiting many art galleries wherever they went. Always active, Jack took up curling when he was 68. In 1997, Jack and Lois relocated to Grand Pines Golf Course where Jack continued his lifelong love of golf. Grandpa Jack's ("Papa Jack" to his adoptive family in Manitoba) genuine kindness, quick sense of humour, unwavering optimism and positive attitude throughout his life set him apart from most and was an inspiration to all. Jack was a true Gentleman. A memorial service will be held on Thursday, January 12 at 2:00 p.m. in the Knox Presbyterian Church, 341 Eveline St. Selkirk, MB. In lieu of flowers please visit an art gallery in his memory. Gilbart Funeral Home, Selkirk in care of arrangements. www.gilbartfuneralhome.com

JOHN (JACK) LAING HARDIE On Saturday, December 17, 2016 at the Concordia Hospital, Jack Hardie, aged 94 years of Traverse Bay, MB passed away. Cremation has taken place and a memorial service will be held in January with a longer obituary to run at that time. Gilbart Funeral Home, Selkirk in care of arrangements.

As published in the Winnipeg Free Press on Jan 07, 2017.


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Private
John Eric HOGLUND

(09 December 2016)
(WWII Veteran)

Photo of C Pro C WWII Vet, the late John Hoglund. It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of John Eric Hoglund of Kamloops, BC on December 9, 2016 at the age of 95.

Dad's journey has been remarkable and impressionable. Born on January 24, 1921 in Woodnorth, MB, the eldest of five children. He left home at 15, picking up odd jobs, including working for CNR, before joining the army in November 1941. Dad served in the 22nd Provost Company, with postings in England, arriving Normandy, France in the D-day landings, Belgium and Netherlands during the nation's liberation. His nick name was Speedy for he was always, peddle to the metal on his motorcycle.

Upon returning to Canada in 1945, after WWII Dad met the love of his life Grace Amy Hill. They married on November 2, 1945 and soon after moved out to Surrey, BC where they started their family and lived in the Clayton Hill area. As a war vet, Dad became a member of the Cloverdale Legion, Branch #6 and was a member for 61 years. His sense of humour and wit knew no bounds, making many friends.

John worked for CNR, Fraser Mills Sawmill in New Westminster and William Clark & Sons Ford in Cloverdale. He had a successful career as a car sales man and was recognized by Ford Canada on several occasions. After 23 years of selling cars and managing at the dealership, Dad retired and in 1982 John and Grace moved to Kamloops. They enjoyed their life together raising their four children and watching them start families of their own. The six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren held a very special place in his heart. Family camping and fishing trips were part of Dad`s life well into his 70`s. Dad and Mom enjoyed many years as snowbirds heading to Arizona. Dad loved Arizona and he and Mom met many long time friends, who they would play cards with and traveled extensively.

Dad suffered from glaucoma for several years before it took his sight in 1997 and Mom had been his eyes and guide ever since. She was a devoted companion to her husband and best friend. He is predeceased by his parents Eric and Edith Hoglund, brothers Ronnie Hoglund, Bill Larson and granddaughter Lisa Hoglund.

John is survived by wife Grace of 71 years, children Dwight (Linda) Hoglund, Eric (Judy) Hoglund, Brenda (nee Hoglund) French, Dairel (Jody) Hoglund, sisters Audrey Harburn, Dorothy (Bill) Griffin, five grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and numerous nieces, nephews and friends.

We would like to give a heartfelt thank you to Dr. Gabra, Nurse Jen and the staff on 7 North at RIH and the staff at Gemstone, especially the crew in the Copper ward and those that were there in his final hours. Service to be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Canadian Cancer Society BC & Yukon, #214 - 141 Victoria St, Kamloops, BC V2C 1Z5 in memory of John Hoglund would be appreciated.

Condolences may be emailed to the family from www.kamloopsfuneralhome.com


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Sergeant
Allan (Al) LEECE
(05 October 2016)
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Passed away suddenly at his home on Wednesday October 5, 2016 at the age of 70, of Coldwater. Loved partner of Debra Wade. Dear father of Cody Wade, Jeff Leece, and Michael Leece. Brother of Bob, Bill, and Margaret. At Alexander's request there will be no visitation or service, cremation has taken place.





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Warrant Officer
Peter John (Jack) TEMPLETON
(14 December 2016)
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It is with heartfelt sadness, that we announce the passing of Peter John Templeton (Jack) at home on December 14, 2016, at the age of 87. Beloved husband of Geraldine (nee Beaudoin) for 62 years. Proud father of Tony (Sonja), of Germany, Lori of Kingston, and Shelley (Yvan) of Ottawa, grandfather of Talena and Phillip of Germany, brother of Bev (Late Vic Mount), Chris (Rose), predeceased by Peggy (Late Bob Saul). At Jack's request there will be no funeral or memorial services. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the University of Ottawa Heart Institute, 40 Ruskin Street, Room H-2408 Ottawa, Ontario K1Y 4W7.


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Sergeant
Robert William (Bob) HAWBOLDT
(16 December 2016)

CHURCHVILLE - Robert William Hawboldt, 80, Churchville passed away Friday, December 16, 2016 in the Aberdeen Hospital, New Glasgow, surrounded by his family.

Born in Stellarton, he was a son of the late Richard and Eliza (Keddy) Hawboldt. Robert enjoyed gardening and target shooting and was a member of the Staghorn Shooting Club. Robert was an elder and briefly a treasurer of the Springville Presbyterian Church, Springville and was he was a member of the Oddfellows Lodge #30, Springville and the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #38, Stellarton. He joined the RCN in 1953 and served on the HMCS Magnificent, Portage, Lanark, Quinte and Nootka. In 1960 he remustered into the Canadian Army in the Provost Corps, later the Military Police and was posted in Gagetown, N.B., London, Ont; Soest, Germany; Borden, Ont; Cornwallis and Gagetown from when he retired in 1991. During his career he was on several tours and exercises in Cyprus, Germany, and all over Canada. After his retirement from the military, he served with the Canadian Corps of Commissionaires for several years.

Surviving are his wife, Sylvia (Legere); sons, Mike (Gloria), Kingston; Robert (Jessica), Calgary, Alta; James (Cassandra), Winnipeg, Man.; daughters, Theresa Hawboldt, Edmonton, Alta.; Valerie (Dan) Glendenning, Bathurst, N.B.; Lynn (Mike) Curnock, Dartmouth; Tanya (Dennis) Balesdent, New Glasgow; Christine (Kirk Drummond) Hawboldt, P.E.I.; 15 grandchildren; sisters, Mary (Melvin) MacKeigan, Dorothy Rogers, all of Westville; Pauline Hawboldt, Quebec; brother, Richard, Westville; several nieces and nephews. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by sisters, Sally, Judy and Georgina.

The family will receive visitors 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Tuesday December 20th in P. & K. MacDonald Funeral Home, New Glasgow. Funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday December 21st in Springville Presbyterian Church with Rev. Gail Johnson-Murdock officiating. Interment will be in Springville Cemetery.


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Donald Arthur GRIFFITH
(08 September 2016)
(WWII Veteran)

Photo of C Pro C WWII Vet, the late Don Griffith. GRIFFITH, Donald Arthur (C. Pro C.), Veteran WWII, Retired AECL, Chalk River

In loving memory of Donald Arthur Griffith, who passed away on Saturday, Oct. 29th, 2016.

Born in Ottawa on February 26th, 1923. Loving husband of Gloria May Griffith (nee Moore) for 66 years. Beloved father to Karen Griffith and Kathryn Griffith, both of Ottawa. Loving Grandpa to Janet (Ken) McGee, Sandra (Barron) Gin and Bryan (Jamie) Moodie of Ottawa and proud Great-Grandpa to Chase and Connor. Predeceased by his parents J.A. Leonard and Hannah Griffiths (nee Jessup) and brothers Gordon and Thomas and sister Grace (the late Clarence) Brown. Survived by his brother Reginald (Muriel) of Pembroke and sisters Lois (Elmer) Schauer of Pembroke and Geraldine (the late Orville) Kuehl of Killaloe; sister-in-laws Floella (the late Thomas) of Trail BC, Betty (Raymond) Nicksy of Parry Sound and brother-in law Ranald (Joan) Moore of McKellar.

Resting at the Malcolm, Deavitt And Binhammer Funeral Home, 141 Renfrew Street, Pembroke on Tuesday, Nov. 1st from 2-4 & 7-9pm. Funeral Service in Wesley United Church, Pembroke on Wednesday at 11am. Interment Lakeview Cemetery, McKellar on Thursday at 1pm.

Memorial donations to the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) would be appreciated. Online condolences and donations are available at www.mdbfuneralhome.com


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Lance Corporal
Ernie PARENT
(13 October 2016)

Photo of the late Ernie Parent. Ernest Joseph Parent of Kincardine passed away at London Victoria Hospital on Thursday, October 13th, 2016 in his 79th year.

Cherished husband of the late Margaret Rose Parent (née Chapeskie) (2010). Dear father of Rodger (Pamela Fotheringham) Parent of London and Charlene (Franz Zahn) Parent of Markham. Loving grandfather of Caitlyn & Tyler Parent and Stephanie Zahn. Son of the late Frederic Parent and Edna Babineau. Loving brother of Jeannette Irving of Campbellton, NB, Romeo (Leona) Parent of Campbellton, NB, Louis (Jeaninne) Parent of Dieppe, NB, Louisette (Xavier) Bugold of St.Arthur, NB, Rosalie Bugold of Campbellton, NB and Marguerite Parent of Dieppe, NB. Also missed by many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Predeceased by brothers Germaine, Raymond, Aumand, Georges and Michel.

Ernie was a devoted and committed member of the community. He was a member of the Lions Club, Royal Canadian Legion, Big Brothers Big Sisters Kincardine, Kincardine Golf Club and helped build the Kincardine Boardwalk. Ernie served proudly in the Canadian Military from 1956 to 1979. Served overseas in Europe for two years, followed by two tours of duty in the Middle East (Cyprus) with the United Nations Peacekeeping Corps. He began his military career as an infantry machine gunner, and ended his career proudly serving as a member of the Provost Corps. After his military career, Ernie worked for many years in Security at the Bruce Nuclear Power Plant. Private arrangements entrusted to the Davey-Linklater Funeral Home, Kincardine. Final resting place, Kincardine Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kincardine would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy.


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Lance Corporal
William (Bill) HAS
(24 October 2016)

Photo of thelate Bill Has With deep sadness William (Bill) David Has, age 84, passed away at the Royal University Hospital on 24 Oct 2016. He was born in Saskatoon on May 14, 1932. Bill had vibrant humor, which will be missed. Bill was with the Military Police for 6 1/2 years, then joined the Saskatoon Police in 1960 contributing 32 years. Bill was an avid motorcyclist and he and his wife made many trips with their motorcycle enthusiasts. Bill leaves behind his wife, Verna, 46 years of marriage; children, Cindy, William (Cheryl) and Jim (Shelly); and step children, Kevin, Fay Lynn (Darren); grandchildren and great grand children, also sisters Joyce and Elaine and several nieces and nephews.


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Major
Anthony (Tony) MacASKILL

(08 September 2016)
(WWII Veteran)

Photo of C Pro C WWII Vet, the late Maj Tony MacAskill. Anthony E. (Tony) MacAskill Major (Ret’d) CD, OStJ, KLJ of Bedford, NS. He passed away on September 8, 2016 in his 91st year. He was a career soldier who served Canada Provost Corps from April 1942 to August 1974 in Canada from coast to coast. He also served in Germany, Italy and Cyprus with United Nations where he was CO of the United Nations Military Police Company, The Force Provost Marshal and The President of the HQ Officers Mess. He was a Veteran of The Second World War. He also served with The Unemployment Insurance Commission as an Investigation Control Officer and for a time he was Action Manager of Finance, Administration and Personnel. He served with Nova Scotia Division, The Canadian Corps of Commissionaires as the Colonel Commandant. He attended Saint Mary’s University (1967-74) where he specialized in Management and Administration. He also attended The Canadian Police College of RCMP at Regina, Sask. He was a former member of The Board of Governors of NS Div., CC of C. The Knights of Columbus Rockingham Council, The Order of St. Lazurus, St. John Ambulance, Bedford Branch. The Last Post Fund, The Annual Remembrance Church Service Association, and The RCMP Veterans Association. He is survived by his brother Bernard a sister Mary Carol, and several nieces and nephews. He is pre-deceased by his wife, Una Mary (Pilgrim) MacAskill, brother, Allister MacAskill, father, Daniel Malcolm MacAskill and by his mother, Mary Anne Connors MacAskill and by a sister Catherine Anne, his stepmothers, Jeanette (Brophy) MacAskill and Elsie (Strachan) MacAskill. Visitation will be held at Atlantic Funeral Home, 6552 Bayers Road, Halifax, on Thursday, September 15th, from 2-4 and 6-8 pm. The Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Friday, September 16th, at 10:30 am in Saint Benedict Church, 45 Radcliffe Dr. Halifax. A reception for Tony’s friends and family will follow in the church hall. Family flowers only. Interment in Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Lr. Sackville. Memorial donations may be made to the Havre Boucher Veterans Association.
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Chief Warrant Officer
John Gavin SMITH

(28 August 2016)

Photo of the late CWO (retired) John Gavin Smith. SMITH, John Gavin, CWO (retired) M.M.M., C.D. passed away peacefully at home On August 28, 2016 surrounded by family, at the age of 87. He is survived by, in his own words, “the most important things in my life,” his wife of 60 years, Eula (nee Meikle), his daughters, Stephanie Hewitt (Tom), Andra (Jeff Brown) and his grandchildren, Emily, Olivia, Justine and Evan, of whom he was so proud. John was born in Metis Beach, Quebec (his special piece of heaven) to William James and Mary Helen Maude (McLaren). He was the youngest of four brothers, Ned, Kenny and Roy (all predeceased) and sister Marion (Bill Carlson). John joined the Military in 1948 and had a decorated career with the C Provost Corps, and Military Police. He served overseas in the Korean War, England, Germany, and as a Peacekeeper in The Belgian Congo. He was the recipient of The Order of Military Merit and became the 1st CWO of the Security Branch of the Canadian Armed Forces. John was highly respected in the community and loved being around people. He was an active member of Bells Corners United Church and felt so much joy when attending functions and services among friends and family. He volunteered for Seniors Home Support, and in earlier days was instrumental in starting the 1st All-Girls Soccer Team in Nepean. Everyone's faces light up when John’s name is mentioned. He will be remembered as a lovely man with a great smile and a twinkle in his eye. He showed everyone respect and truly believed “it is nice to be important but more important to be nice”. Thank you John, Dad and Grandpa for all you gave to us. Friends may pay respects at Kelly Funeral Home - Kanata Chapel, 580 Eagleson Rd., tele: 613-591-6580from 4:00 - 7:00pm on Friday, September 23rd, 2016. A Celebration of John’s Life will be held at Bells Corners United Church (3955 Old Richmond Road) on Saturday, September 24 at 11:00am. His final resting place will be Metis Beach United Church Cemetery at a date to follow. Donations in John’s name would greatly be appreciated to The University of Ottawa Heart Institute: Defibrillator and Pacemaker Clinic. Condolences and Sharing Memories at www.kellyfh.ca


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Roland Henry SPINKS
(19 August 2016)
(WWII Veteran)

Photo of C Pro C WWII Vet, the late Roland Henry Spinks. SPINKS – Roland Henry, 96, of Brooklyn, Queens County, passed away peacefully in Queens General Hospital, Liverpool on Friday, August 19, 2016. Born in Brooklyn, he was a son of the late Willis and Hattie (Clark) Spinks. Roland was a member of the Royal Canadian Army Provost Corps during World War II. He worked at Bowater Mersey Paper Company Limited in Brooklyn for over 25 years in the wood room and worked for a time as a commissionaire. He was a former member of the Canadian Papermakers Union. He was an active member of Brooklyn United Baptist Church serving as a deacon for over 50 years and as a Sunday School teacher and superintendent. He was a member of the local seniors group and helped found Meals on Wheels in the community.

He is survived by his daughter Nancy Spinks (Louis Kuffel) of Seattle WA., his son Mark (Yvon Mahe) of Edmonton, AB. His brother Leonard (Ruth) of Mesa, AZ. and a number of nieces and nephews. Roland was predeceased by his wife Erma, his sisters Verta Silmarie and Wilda Nichols and his brothers Douglas, Eldon and Bill.

Cremation has taken place under the direction of Chandlers’ Funeral Home, Liverpool where funeral service will be held Friday, August 26, 2016 at 11:00 a.m.. Reverend Dr. Steven Hopper officiating. Reception to follow. Burial will be at a later time in Greenwood Cemetery, Woods Harbour. Family flowers only, donations may be made to Brooklyn United Baptist Church or to a charity of your choice. To share memories and condolences, please visit www.chandlersfuneral.com. Roland’s family wish to thank his niece Carol and Aubrey Fralic and friends Gail Tyson and Ron St. Germain for their care and support over the years.


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Corporal
Kenneth (Ken) McGLEISH
(06 June 2016)

McGLEISH, John Kenneth "Ken" —Passed away at the age of 88 on June 6, 2016. Loving husband of Dorothy for 58 years. Devoted and cherished father of Sean (Mandy). Caring grandpa of Rachel, Adam and James. Brother of Marion Morse of London and predeceased by siblings James, Patricia and Don. Ken was a Korean War Veteran and a strong family man. He will be greatly missed by many extended family and friends. A Memorial Service will be held at Glen Oaks Funeral Home, 3164 Ninth Line, Oakville, on Monday, June 13, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. with visitation one hour prior. Online condolences can be found at www.glenoaks.ca Funeral Home Glen Oaks Reception Centre - Mississauga/Oakville 3164 Ninth Line (403 & Dundas St.) Mississauga/Oakville, ON L6H 7A8 905-257-1100 Funeral Home Details - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/thestar/obituary.aspx?n=john-kenneth-mcgleish-ken&pid=180278372&fhid=17681#sthash.8Oj3HkqO.dpuf


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Major
Robert J. (Bob) FAIRALL
(22 May 2016)
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Robert (Bob) Joseph Fairall, of Tillsonburg passed away at the Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital on Sunday, May 22, 2016 at the age of 74 years. Proud and caring father of Robert Fairall of British Columbia, Jim Fairall of Edmonton and Donnie Fairall of Woodstock. Cherished grandfather of 5 grandchildren. Dear brother of Dennis Fairall (Janet) of Windsor and Lynne Robertson (Andy) of Burlington. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his parents Donald and Mamie (Honsberger) Fairall. Bob spent most of his life in the military. He served in the armed forces for 38 years retiring as a Major. He also served with the United Nations as Chief Security Officer in Tiblisi, Georgia, Addisababa, Ethiopia and Asmara, Eritrea. Bob was the recipient of the Order of Military Merit of Canada award. In keeping with Bob's wishes, cremation has taken place and a private graveside service will be held at a later date in Delmer Cemetery. A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, May 28, 2016 at the Tillsonburg Legion from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. Memorial donations to Soldier On or the charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family. Personal condolences can be made at: www.ostrandersfuneralhome.com13060395


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Elwood CHRISTENSEN
(11 May 2016)
(WWII Veteran)

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Toronto Police Services - 1946-1983

Left this life peacefully on Wednesday, May 11, 2016 at Sunnybrook - Veterans' Residence K-Wing at the age of 93. Predeceased by his beloved Margaret (Bovair) in 2011. Loving father of Marilyn (Ron) Hew and Janice Bennett. Cherished Poppa of Jonathan, Gloria (Chris), and Angela. Predeceased by sisters Marion and Ann. Survived by brother Dan Trebilcock (Thelma) and many nieces and nephews.

We are grateful for the devoted attention provided by caregiver Lynn Chrus for the last four years. The family is extremely appreciative of the compassionate care given by all staff at Sunnybrook Veterans' Centre. Special mention goes to Primary Nurses Dernel, Flo, and Justine and to Chaplain Wes Roberts. Cremation has taken place. There will be a private memorial service at a later date. If desired, donations may be made to the Sunnybrook Veterans' Comfort Fund, Salvation Army or a charity of your choice.

The just man walketh in his integrity: his children are blessed after him. - Proverbs 20:7


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Sergeant
A. J. Phillip (Phil) SCOTT
(13 April 2016)
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At Ste-Anne's Veterans' Hospital, on April 13, 2016 at the age of ninety-four. Husband of the late Olive Bell. Survived by his daughter Carol, (late Peter Bellware) and son Phil Jr. (Claire Delaney) and Marilyn Campbell. He will be greatly missed by grandchildren Kelly and Scott Bellware and Stacey Scott, great- grandchildren Jordan and Miguel. Dear brother of Dorothy (Ken Cave) and Ron. Phil was a WWII Veteran who served with the Royal Canadian Army Service Corps and had a lifetime career with the Canadian Provost Corps. He was a member of Roundel Masonic Lodge, Karnak Shriners Arab Patrol, The Royal Order of Jesters-(Montreal Court 63), SD and G Highlanders and South Glengarry Pipe Bands. He was a Founding and Life Member of Royal Canadian Legion Branch 127 (Point St. Charles) and Member of Branch 4 (Verdun). In recent years Phil volunteered with The Black Watch Association, serving Veterans at the hospital that became his final home. Visitation on Saturday, April 23, 2016 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., followed by a celebration of Phil's life at Feron Funeral Homes 1010 Shevchenko, Lasalle, Quebec. A Legion Service will be held at 11:30 a.m. Phil's family offers sincere gratitude to the compassionate team at Ste. Anne's Veterans' Hospital for their excellent care and support. As expressions of sympathy, memorial donations to the Black Watch of Canada Foundation (Montreal Branch Association) P.O. Box 92, Place D Àrmes, Montreal, Quebec H2Y 3E9 or the Ste. Anne's Hospital Foundation would be greatly appreciated. Published in The Gazette on Apr. 20, 2016 - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/montrealgazette/obituary.aspx?n=aj-philip-scott-philpid=179685262"&"fhid=14712#sthash.D5MenaCS.dpuf


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Warrant Officer
Delbert BLAKNEY
(24 February 2016)

Dell Blakney died peacefully on February 24, 2016. He is survived by his loving wife Jacqueline Blakney of 52 years. Delbert was an extremely loving and proud father of his five children, Jackie, Brenda, Wanda, Delbert (Sarah), Paul and grandchildren, Christopher, David, Leah, Taylor, Kaitlyn and Madeline. Dear brother of Susan (Terry), Sandra (Billy) and their extended family. Also survived by his mother and father-in-law, Vera and John Presley and their extended family. Fondly remembered by numerous nieces and nephews. He is a proud former member of the Canadian Forces, Peacekeeper, with 27 years of service in 2 PPCLI, RC Signals, Canadian Provost Corps and Military Police. Delbert was a supportive friend to all and will be missed dearly by all who knew him. His devotion to his family and his firm belief in God gave him peace. A special thank you to the Kingston General Hospital for their loving care and support. Family and friends are invited on Saturday March 5th at 1:00 p.m. to the Emmanuel United Church, 63 Factory Street in Odessa. The Service will be officiated by good friend, Reverend Steve Ambury. There will be a Celebration of Life on Sunday March 6th from 1-3 p.m. at Fort Henry Great Hall (on the top of Fort Henry Hill). As expressions of sympathy, memorial donations made to the Canadian Diabetes Association would be appreciated by the family.


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Captain
Derek Wayne HUNTER
(21 February 2016)

Photo of C Pro C, the late Capt Derek Hunter. It is with great sadness the family announces the passing of Derek Wayne Hunter which occurred at the Saint John Regional Hospital on Sunday, February 21st, 2016. Born 1941, in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, he was the son of the late Robert and Bernice (Clark) Hunter. Derek worked for The Armed Forces serving with the Military Police for 36 years. As a second career, he worked for the Corps of Commissionaires for 12 years before retiring in 2006. Derek enjoyed the outdoors and following the lives of his grandchildren near and far meant the world to him.

Derek is survived by his loving wife Juanita (Munn) of 52 years; son Wayne Hunter (Leanne) of Ottawa; daughters Wendy Wood (George) of Douglas Harbour, Sherry Reedy (Ron) of Kingston, ON; brother Bob Hunter (Mary) of Edmonton, AB; sister Donna Hunter of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan; grandchildren Whitney, Jesse, Danielle, Brent, Jackson, Brayden, and Hunter; great-grandchildren Kaylee and Finley; as well as several nieces, nephews and friends.

Arrangements are under the direction of Fundy Funeral Home, 230 Westmorland Road (646-2424). As per Derek's wishes there will be no visitation. A private service will take place at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Saint John Regional Hospital Oncology Department, John Wood Foundation, Myeloma Canada, or to the charity of the donor's choice.

Charitable donations may be made to:
Myeloma Canada, PO Box 326, Kirkland, Quebec, H9H 0A4, Tel: 1-888-798-5771, Web UR:: myelomacanada.ca


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Master Warrant Officer
Joseph Paul (Big Jim) LEMIEUX
(08 February 2016)

Photo of C Pro C, the late MWO Jim Lemieux. Photo of C Pro C, the late MWO Jim Lemieux. Jim passed away February 8, 2016 after a short battle with leukemia.

Jim was born June 7, 1942 in the Province of Quebec to his parents Anatole and Lorenza and was one of 5 children. He was predeceased by his sister Helene, his brother Jean as well as his parents. Jim is survived by: his wife Dianne, brothers Noel (Francoise) and Marc; daughter Julie, granddaughter Josée; step-daughter and son-in-law Denise and Mike, grandsons Chris and Mitchell; step-son and daughter-in-law Doug and Renee, grandchildren Wyatt and Baylee; step-son Terry (and Wolf); step-parents Alvin and Peggy and step-brothers Brian (Diane), Dennis (Monica) and Garry.

Jim served with the Canadian Military Police and retired after 32 years as a Master Warrant Officer. His posts took him from shore to shore across Canada, to Germany for 4 years and for 2 tours in Cyprus. After retirement from the Military, Jim was employed in various security positions in New Brunswick and Alberta.

A remembrance of Jim's life will be held at the Lacombe Royal Canadian Legion Hall on Tuesday, February 16, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Lacombe Palliative Care Society or the Military Police Fund for Blind Children.