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QUINN, Jamie Quinn, Obituary | Print |

QUINN, Jamie -

Peacefully, on Thursday, March 26, 2015 at the Hamilton General Hospital at the age of 48.

Loving father of Jasmine, Ashley, and Kasey.

Jamie will be dearly remembered by his mother Lynne, brother Barry, sister Kelly, close friend Sue, and many nieces, nephews and family.

Jamie is predeceased by his father Ernest and his brother Bradley.

Jamie's family extends a warm thank you to the doctors, nurses, and staff at the Hamilton General Hospital ICU for their care and support.

As per Jamie's wishes, cremation has taken place.

Memorial donations can be made to the Jurvinski Hsopital.


RYCKMAN, Audrey (Hazell) Ryckman, Obituary | Print |

RYCKMAN, Audrey (nee Hazell) -

It is with great sadness, the family of Audrey announces her passing at the Dr. Bob Kemp Hospice, on March 26, 2015, at the age of 81 years.

Beloved wife and best friend of Jack. Loving mother to Ronald (Gail), Stan (Patricia), Dave (Colleen), Gary (Wendy) and the late Kevin.

Proud grandmother to Tracy Graham (Dave), Jennifer Ryckman, Joanne Ryckman, Billy Ryckman, Misty Scott, David Ryckman, Spencer Ryckman, Skyler Ryckman and great-grandmother to Bruce, Cami, Nancy, David, Brice and Ariya.

A heartfelt thanks to the wonderful staff of Dr. Bob Kemp Hospice for the great care that Audrey received.

Cremation has taken place with a private family service.

If so desired, expressions of sympathy may be made to the Dr. Bob Kemp Hospice (www.kemp hospice.org).


BERIC, Milka Beric, Obituary | Print |

BERIC, Milka -

Passed away peacefully on Wednesday, March 25, 2015, at age 88, with her family by her side.

Survived by her loving husband Ignjatija of 67 years. Loving mother of Bozo (Marija) Beric, Bozica (Stanko) Milinovic. Loving baba to Mirella (Michael) Coppock, Goran (Sarah) Beric, Milibor and Milenko Milinovic. She will be remembered by her great- grandchildren Aidan, Riley, Ethan, Maya, Roman and Lucas.

Dear sister- in-law of Vida Milinovich. Loving aunt of Mitze (Kreso) Majer, Nick (Lynn) Milinovich and their families.

Milka leaves behind family in Serbia.

A funeral service will be held on Friday in Hamilton. Interment.


CLARK, Joan Ashton Clark Obituary | Print |

CLARK, Joan Ashton-

Born in Blaydon-on-Tyne, Northumberland, UK died at the age of 84 after a lengthy struggle with Alzheimer's disease, on Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at St. Joseph's Villa, Hamilton.

She is mourned by her second husband of 28 years, Sheldon H. Clark, his daughter Amber McPhail; her four children, Christine Richardson (David); David Clark (Carol); Kathryn Clark; John Clark (Susan); 6 grandchildren (Ashley, Erin, Shawna, Cory, Julia, and Amanda); and great-granddaughter (Isabel).

Joan's life was one of service to others through horseback riding. She founded Tynedale Farm and Tynedale Pony Club in King, Ontario. Her equestrian students and Prince Philip Games teams won many championships in local horse shows at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair (Toronto), and internationally. She coached several international Prince Philip Games teams, taking riders to the UK, Australia, and the U.S.A. One of her teams even competed in an exhibition match at the Royal Windsor Horse Show.

Joan left a legacy of the love of horses to her children, grandchildren and students who revere her memory.

A Celebration of Life Service will take place at St. Paul's Anglican Church, 233 Lock St. W., Dunnville on Saturday, April 11th at 2:00 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, please send donations to: the Olive Branch for Children 14 - 3650 Langstaff Road #377, Woodbridge, ON, L4L 9A8; the Community Association of Riding for the Disabled 4777 Dufferin Street, Toronto, ON M3H 5T3; or St. Paul's Anglican Church, 233 Lock St. W., Dunnville, ON, N1A 1V3, or the Alzheimer Society of Canada.

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DENNIS, Clare Kindy Dennis, Obituary | Print |

DENNIS, Clare Kindy -

Passed away suddenly at home on Wednesday, March 25, 2015, in his 82nd year.

Husband of the late Joanne (Lambert) Dennis.

Loving father of Mark and Erin, Margaret and John, Craig and Jennifer, and the late Nancy. Dear grandfather of Angela and Trevor, Samantha and Vince, Stephanie and Jonathan, Christopher and Sylvia, Lucan, Helena, Ella, Collin, and 11 great- grandchildren.

Brother of the late Jack, Max, Gweneath Tharr, and Nancy and Norm Byrne. Brother-in-law of Annie Dennis, Jeanette and the late Albert Vanderhaege, Janet Lamb, Juanita and John Grabstas, and the late Jane Lambert. Clare will also be remembered by Janine Bethune and friends and his nieces and nephews.

Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday, March 31st in Hagersville. Cremation to follow with Interment of cremated remains at a later date.

As an expression of sympathy, donations may be made to the Hagersville United Church or the Seniors Support Services.


FRASER, Darlene Fraser, Obituary | Print |

FRASER, Darlene -

Peacefully at her residence on Wednesday, March 25, 2015, in her 60th year.

Loved mother of Michael (Sharon), Allison (Noel), Matthew. Loving grandma to Matthew, Alex, Connor, Tessa. Dear sister of Daniel, Robert and Carol.

Predeceased by her sister Debbie.

As per Darlene's wishes, cremation has taken place. A Celebration of Darlene's Life will be held in Stoney Creek on Wednesday, April 1, 2015.


HOGAN, Robert 'Paul' Hogan Obituary | Print |

HOGAN, Robert 'Paul' -

Hogan_Paul(1940 - 2015) - Paul Hogan died suddenly at St. Joseph's Hospital in Hamilton on Wednesday, March 25, 2015.

Paul was predeceased by his beloved wife, Mary, his dear brothers, James and Christopher, and his brother-in-law and close friend Michael Travale.

He will be deeply missed by his children, Douglas (Fleur) and Alicia, and his two adoring granddaughters, Dylan and Caitlin; by his sweet sister, Peachy Burns (Charles); his wife's sister Diane Travale and her cousin Sonja Spelman; his sister-in-law Denise Hogan, and his many nieces and nephews.

Paul's absence on the golf course, hockey rink, baseball diamond, at the card table, in the pool, and on the beach around the fire will be mourned by many. He was a friend and mentor to too many people to list and his work with students at the Metropolitan Separate School Board over three decades as a teacher and guidance counsellor still resonates in the lives of many of those people today.

With heartfelt thanks to Dr. Smith for his kindness over the past weeks and the remarkable nursing staff at St. Joseph's, the hospital at which Aunt Peachy completed her own nursing training 55 years ago. Their unwavering compassion and attention in caring for Paul through his time in ICU, CCU and on the Nephrology ward was so very deeply appreciated by his family. Thank you, too, to the CCAC staff of Haldimand County for their continued assistance over the past years.

Visitation will be held at SMITH’S FUNERAL HOME, 485 Brant Street, (one block north of City Hall), Burlington, 905-632-3333 on Sunday from 3-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m.

A funeral mass will be held at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, 2016 Blairholm Avenue in Burlington, on Monday, March 30th at 10:30AM. The service will be followed by a reception in the church hall. Paul's ashes will be interred at a date to be announced later in the Spring and will include a true celebration of Paul's life.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Paul’s memory can be made to the St. Joseph’s Healthcare Foundation (stjoesfoundation.ca).

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KOKERUS, Eugene Kokerus, Obituary | Print |

KOKERUS, Eugene -

Kokerus_EugenePeacefully in his sleep, Eugene (Koke) Kokerus passed away on Wednesday, March 25, 2015 in his 95th year.

Predeceased by his loving wife Helen (Paterson).

Dear father of Paul (Beverley) of Burlington, Janet (Bob) Fularski of Burford, wonderful

Grandfather to Kevin (Kelly), Sarah (Mark), Melissa (John) Hunt and Rob. Great grandfather to Jonathan, Calvin, Clayton and Jack.

Gene was a former math teacher at Pauline Johnson. He loved Brantford and the people he met during his involvement in several service clubs.

A special thanks to the staff at Tranquility Place, the CCAC support workers for their care over the past several years and Leisureworld.

A Celebration of his life will be held on Monday, March 30th in Brantford. Cremation has taken place.

In lieu of flowers, donations to Ronald McDonald House, Hamilton would be appreciated.


MARTIN, Siri Justine Martin, Obituary | Print |

MARTIN, Siri Justine -

Peacefully at home surrounded by her family on Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at the age of 47 years. 

Beloved companion and best friend of Michael Montour.  Wife of the late Terrance Martin. 

Cherished daughter of John and the late Karen.  Loving mother of Alicia, Tyler, Nikki and Josh, and Clay and Charlie. Dear grandma of Darius, Paityn, Lillian, Lexi, and Xayne.  

Dear sister of Mark.  Aunt of John, Josh, and Berkley.  Daughter-in-law of Barbara Martin. 

Siri was employed with Six Nations Public Works for 22 years and was an avid golfer. 

Resting at her mother-in-law’s Barbara Martin 959 3rd Line, Ohsweken after 6 pm. Thursday.  Funeral Service and Burial will be held at Sour Springs Longhouse on Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 11 am.


McPHEE, Donald McPhee, Obituary | Print |

McPHEE, Donald -

McPhee_DonaldSuddenly, but peacefully, passed away on Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at the age of 77.

Beloved husband of Joan and father of David and Jeffrey.

Donald was from Glace Bay, Cape Breton and was the youngest of 13 children.

He was retired from Dofasco.

Funeral Mass will be held at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church on Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 10 a.m. Cremation to follow.



PHILLIPS, Kenneth Webb Phillips, Obituary | Print |

PHILLIPS, Kenneth Webb -

On March 25, 2015, at Macassa Lodge, Ken passed away peacefully in his 95th year.

He was the husband of the late Ena (1998.)

Ken is survived by his daughter, Molly (the late Pearse Shannon) and their children Christopher, Jane Castelli and Paul, his son Ken Jr., (Nancy) and their children Brandy Hyslop, Jenn Janicas and Ken, and his daughter, Dorothy (John Fairweather) and their son, Tyler. Great grandchildren include, Julia, Kyle, Hailey, Neko, Cassandra, Simon, Clare and Frederick.

Cremation has taken place and a private family remembrance will be held at a later date.

Memorial donations, if you wish to do so, can be made to the Salvation Army.

A special thank you is extended to the staff at St. Elizabeth's Villa Retirement Home and Macassa Lodge for their kindness to Dad and our family.


SOMMERVILLE, Florence May Sommerville, obituary | Print |

SOMMERVILLE, Florence May -

Passed away peacefully at Anson Place, Hagersville on Wednesday, March 25, 2015 in her 105th year. 

Wife of the late Neil and Fergie Sommerville.  Loving mother of Grace and Brian Atkins (deceased) and Allan Mankis (deceased), Robert (deceased) and Dorothy Sommerville, and Neil (deceased) and Marjorie Sommerville. 

Dear grandma of Paul, Shelley, Allan, Debbie, Patty (deceased), Laurie, Cindy and Richard, Kim and Dave, Mandy and Paul, Barry and Tammy, Bryan, Michelle and Jamie, 38 great grandchildren and 18 great great grandchildren. 

Daughter of the late Henry and Grace (Launderville) Green.  Sister of the late Margaret Fraser, Mitzi Goulet, Robert Green, and Jack Green.  Also survived by several nieces and nephews. 

The family will honour her life with visitation in Hagersville on Thursday, March 26, 2015 from 2-4 and 7-9 pm.  Funeral Service will be held at All Saint’s Anglican Church, 58 Main St. N., Hagersville on Friday, March 27, 2015 at 11 am.  Interment. 

As an expression of sympathy donations may be made to All Saint’s Anglican Church or the charity of your choice. 


YFF, Glennys Ann Yff Obituary | Print |

YFF, Glennys Ann -

Yff_GlennysOur dear Mom, Gramma, Great-Gramma, relative, friend, neighbor and faithful servant of her loving God has moved to her forever home in Heaven.

She passed away in the early morning hours of March 25, 2015 at Henley House (nursing home) in St Catharines. She was in her 90th year and had moved from her Hamilton home in January.

She has joined her high school sweetheart, Rev. Peter J. Yff (1980) and beloved Parents (Anna & Ray Lane). She will be greatly missed by her daughter Kathy (Leanna) and her son Brian (Edie), granddaughters Brenda (Martin) and their children (Natacha, Michel Brian, Myriam) and Sabrina (Joey) and their children (Ocean, Sierra). She is also survived by her brother Calvin (Jane), cousin Renee (Bob) plus other relatives & friends living in Canada and the USA.

The family would like to especially thank Pastor Stan & her "second family" at Westdale Reformed Church for the kind support throughout her recent journey and since moving here in 1971. A special thanks to neighbour Rick and landscaper/friend Richard who helped Glennys to stay in her own home that she loved. In the few months prior to her move to Henley House, 24/7 physical care and companionship was provided by Tammy and her staff Tonya + Marlene, which gave the family relief and comfort which was truly appreciated.

Glennys was born and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan where she attended Christian elementary school through high school and went on to become a Medical Laboratory Technologist and began work at a local hospital. She married husband Peter in 1948 and began a life of service to the Lord with all of the roles and responsibilities of a Minister's wife. This calling did involve moves to western Canada, small towns in Iowa, back to Michigan and finally to Hamilton, Ontario.

Her husband died in service to the Lord in 1980. Glennys was torn whether to stay in Hamilton because her children had settled in the area or return to her hometown of GR. This pull to GR never left her, but she enjoyed a quiet and purposeful life. She never lost her interest in the medical field, volunteering at McMaster University Hospital (Hamilton) for many years and for a number of years worked in the Registrars' Office of McMaster University (Hamilton) until retirement.

In her retirement years, she enjoyed her flower gardens, many crafts including furniture refinishing and decoupage. In recent years, Glennys enjoyed visiting with family/friends, quiet times of reading and just being at home with her cat Ginger.

A celebration of her life and service to her Lord will take place on Saturday, March 28th at 1:30pm at Westdale Reformed Church, 201 Paradise Road North, Hamilton. A reception with light refreshments will immediately follow the service in the Church social hall. Please join the family, if able.

A graveside service and interment with husband Peter will take place in her hometown of Grand Rapids, Michigan on Monday, March 30that 1:00 pm.


ZOCCOLI, Frank Zoccoli, Obituary | Print |

ZOCCOLI, Frank -

Zoccoli_Frank(March 28, 1939 - March 25, 2015)

Peacefully surrounded by his loving family at the General Hospital on March 25, 2015 in his 76th year.

Survived by his adoring wife Pearl of 51 years of marriage.

Predeceased by his parents Vincenzo and Dominica and his in-laws Fred and Christena Mimee.

Loving brother and brother in-law of John and the late Rosa Versace, Cosimo and Marlene, Dominic and Laura, Theresa and Joe Collura, Lena and Frank Filice and Carol and Harold Clayton.  Special Uncle of many nieces and nephews.

Frank was a longtime employee of Cambridge Clothing (Coppley’s) of 50 years.

A special thank you to the staff at the General Hospital for their care and support.

A Funeral Mass will be offered at St. Anthony’s Church on Saturday March 28th 2015 at 10:30am. Interment to follow. Donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family.

“Will be missed”
Happy Birthday Frank


BREMER, Murray Bremer, Obituary | Print |

BREMER, Murray -

Peacefully at home on March 24, 2015 with his family by his side.

Loving husband of Anne. Cherished father of Annette (Mike) and Tanya (Alan). Special Paake of Ethan, Keeran and Liam.

Beloved brother of Martha (Herb), Jack, Geertie (Jack), Hilda (Ralph) and brother-in-law of Rickie Ball (Dave).

Predeceased by his parents Auke and Maaike, brothers Jimmy and Gary (Jill), sister-in-law Shirley and brother-in-law Henry.

Special thanks to Dr. Love, Bayshore Home Health especially Marian for all their care and compassion.

A Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, March 28, 2015 in Stoney Creek. Cremation to follow.

In lieu of flowers, donations to West Lincoln Memorial Hospital Foundation , Canadian Cancer Society or MS Society would be appreciated.


BUTSON, Dr. Arthur Richard Butson, Obituary | Print |

BUTSON, Dr. Arthur Richard, GC, OMM, CD, OSTJ, PhD, MD -

Butson_ArthurRichard Butson, who has died aged 92, was awarded the George Cross for saving the life a fellow member of a research expedition who fell into a crevasse in the Antarctic in 1947.

The Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey (FIDS) originated in 1943 when an expedition left Britain to establish Antarctic bases on Deception Island in the South Shetlands and on Goudier Islet in Port Lockroy. After the end of the Second World War, responsibility for the expeditions was transferred from the Admiralty to the Colonial Office.

In 1947, FIDS, under the leadership of Major Butler, drew up a programme with the United States Ronne Antarctic Expedition (RARE), under Commander Ronne, for their joint cooperation during the sledging season. To provide better weather forecasting for the long exploratory and survey flight Cdr Ronne intended to make, two meteorological stations were set up: one at an altitude of 5,600ft on the Graham Land plateau, north-east of Stonington Island; the other on the shelf ice off a point shown on some charts as Cape Keeler.

During July, the RARE planned to sledge supplies to the base on Graham Land. The first attempt was unsuccessful and, on the evening of July 26, two men were left on the plateau at 4,700ft while the rest of their party returned for fresh supplies. Bad weather set in, their tent was damaged and, while returning to base on foot, Peterson, an American, fell into a deep crevasse.

His companion marked the spot and walked the six miles back to base, arriving alone in the dark. Teams from both camps were sent to the rescue, but the hazards of crossing a heavily crevassed glacier were greatly increased by darkness. Fortunately, it was a clear night with a full moon – the only night like that for several days – and at 4am on the morning of July 27 they found the crevasse into which Peterson had fallen.

Butson, the FIDS medical officer, immediately volunteered to be lowered into the crevasse. He found Peterson 106ft down suffering from shock and exhaustion, but conscious. The tapered sides of the crevasse had broken his fall; otherwise he would have been killed. The American’s pelvis and legs were trapped in the lower, narrow part of the crack. To try to free them, Butson had to work head down, and he got stuck several times.

At this point the two men heard a loud noise and the sound of cracking, warning them that several million tons of ice were on the move. Butson felt the crevasse narrow by about half an inch on either side of his chest, but he managed to extricate himself and tried to work faster.

For nearly an hour, in an extremely confined space, he chipped the ice away until he was able to free Peterson. The American was not seriously injured, so Butson placed a rope sling under his thigh and called to the men above to pull. Peterson suddenly became dislodged and shot upwards to the surface, where he was quickly put inside a tent.

The rope was lowered again and the equipment hauled up, followed by Butson, who rendered the necessary medical aid to Peterson. At dawn, the party returned to base, carrying the American on one of the sledges. Peterson recovered after a few weeks’ rest.

Butson was invested with the Albert Medal by King George VI at Buckingham Palace on November 2 1948. After the Albert Medal was revoked by royal warrant, he was reinvested with the George Cross in July 1972.

Arthur Richard Cecil Butson, always known as Dick, was born to British parents on October 24 1922 in Hankow, China. He was educated at Leighton Park School at Reading, then Cambridge University and University College Hospital, where he took an MB, BChir, graduating in 1945.

During the air raids on London, Butson served in the Home Guard and the light rescue squad. From 1946 to 1949 he was a medical officer to the FIDS, the British government sponsored expedition to the Antarctic. The expedition, which included Kevin Walton among its members, discovered a route for dog teams over the 5,000ft high mountains of the Graham Land Peninsular and surveyed the last 1,000 miles of the most inaccessible coastline in the world.

Butson pursued his postgraduate studies in surgery until 1952, when he emigrated to Canada. The following year he settled at Hamilton, Ontario, where he practised as a surgeon. In 1970, with the establishment of the McMaster University Medical School, he joined the faculty part-time, eventually being appointed clinical professor in the department of surgery. For two years Butson was chief of staff of St Joseph’s hospital in Hamilton, a 600-bed teaching hospital, where he was head of general surgery for many years.

In 1956 Butson joined the Canadian Militia as medical officer to the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry Regiment, later transferring to Hamilton’s Militia Medical Company as commanding officer with the rank of lieutenant colonel. During his command, the unit twice won the trophy for the best militia medical unit in Canada.

Butson qualified as a parachutist at the age of 55. One winter, he commanded a Canadian field surgical team on a Norwegian Army field hospital exercise.

Butson was president of the Defence Medical Association of Canada and for four years represented Canada in medical matters on the Nato Reserve Officers Association. In 1977 he was appointed honorary surgeon to the Queen, and in 1982 an officer of the Order of Military Merit of Canada. He was awarded the Polar Medal for distinguished service in Antarctica.

A keen mountaineer, Butson climbed extensively in the Canadian Rockies, the Antarctic, the Alps and at Baffin Island. He also led a climbing expedition to the Hindu Kush in the Himalayas. On his farm near Hamilton, he raised Galloway breed cattle.

Dick Butson married first, in 1946, Joyce Scott Cowell. They had two children. He married secondly, in 1967, Eileen Callon, with whom he had a son.

Richard Butson, born October 24 1922, died March 24 2015.


CANNING, Shirley Lorraine Canning, Obituary | Print |

CANNING, Shirley Lorraine -

Peacefully at Hardy Terrace on Tuesday, March 24, 2015. in her 84th year.

Beloved wife of the late Russ Canning (2004). Loving mother of Cheryl McLennan (Sandy). Roslyn Skinner (Paul), Jeff Canning (Alison) and Corey Canning.

Shirley will be greatly missed by her grandchildren, great-grandchildren, brothers Keith Pike and Jack Pike and other extended family and friends.

Family & friends will be received in Brantford on Sunday, March 29th, 2015. Cremation has taken place.

Donations to the Salvation Army would be greatly appreciated.


CHARTERS, Hazel Charters, Obituary | Print |


1917 - 2015

Passed away peacefully in her sleep and into the arms of Jesus and her husband Ernie (2009).

Hazel leaves behind her two daughters Joan (Bernie) White, and Brenda (Dan) Stockdale. Also five grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, two great-great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.

A graveside service will be held in Brantford, on Friday March 27th 2015.  Salvation Army Officers Major Guy and Donna Sims will officiate.

The family wishes to express their sincere thanks and gratitude for the loving care given to mom especially from Elizabeth, and the staff at John Noble Home, Davis Court.

As expressions of sympathy, donations in memory of Hazel made to  the charity of your choice would be gratefully appreciated.


COURTNEY, Donald James Courtney, Obituary | Print |

COURTNEY, Donald James -

Courtney_DonaldAfter a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his beloved family, Donald passed away peacefully at home on Tuesday, March 24th, 2015.  

He is survived by his loving wife of 42 years Sheelagh (nee Swords). Predeceased by his parents Jim and Mamie Courtney.

Forever in the hearts of his children Sean Courtney (Tamara Nash), Laura (Kevin Wydysz) and Julia (Brian McKernan). Cherished and proud Grandad of Madelyn, Declan, Evelyn, Aidan, Conall, and Cillian.

Donald will be fondly remembered by his nieces, nephews, extended family in Ireland, and many friends near and far. He will be sadly missed by his brother John (Rosemary), sister Elizabeth (Mike Crawford), sister in law Nualagh (Gunther Strugger), Anna Swords.

He loved golfing, rugby and reading.

A Funeral Service will be held in Hamilton on Sunday, March 29, 2015.  Cremation to follow.

If desired, memorial donations made to the Juravinski Cancer Centre would be appreciated by the family.


KUPINA, Josip (Joe) Kupina, Obituary | Print |

KUPINA, Josip (Joe) -

Kupina_JosipOn March 24, 2015 God called Josip home in his 74th year.

He will be sadly missed by his wife of 47 years, Ruzica as well as his children Marija (Gustavo), Antun, Ivan (Tracy), Josip jr. (Susan), and Susy. Proud Deda of Maya, Caitlin, Rowan, Jane, Madeleine and baby Eliza.

Will be remembered by sister Marica and family and many relatives and friends in Canada and Croatia.

Funeral Mass will be held on Saturday March 28, 2015 at 10:30 a.m. at Holy Cross Croatian Catholic Church, 1883 King Street East with interment to follow.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Emmanuel House Hospice or the Cancer Assistance Program (C.A.P.)

Matthew 10:28


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