Peacefully at the Peterborough Regional Health Centre on Monday, October 21, 2013 in her 92nd year, formerly of Millbrook.
Beloved wife for 58 years of the late Donald Pritchard (2009).
Dear MOM of Lee Cook (David), Lynn Powell (David) and David Pritchard. Loving grandmother of Greg (Michelle), Andrew (Trish), Darryl (Melissa), Amanda (Josh), Bill (Liz), J.J. (Josie) and Vanessa (Elliot). Great grandma will be missed by her 10 great-grandchildren.
Sister of the late Wilma Goodwin and Gwen Bradley. Sister-in-law of Velma Fowler (Ray). Aunt of Lori, Judy and the late Debbie.
Wanda was a member of the Eastern Star, was an avid bridge and card game player who loved her beagles and cats.
At St. Joseph’s at Fleming on Friday, October 18, 2013 in her 82nd year.
Beloved wife of the late Allan Northcott (2012) and Paul Bosnell (1969).
Loving mother of Dean Bosnell and his wife Diane, Scott Bosnell and his wife Sharon, Kim Bolton and her husband Don, Mark Bosnell and his wife Brenda, Wendy Dionne and her husband John and Shelley Slobodian and her husband Dan.
Cherished grandmother of 15 and great grandmother of 8. Dear sister of Lorna Hillian and Jerry Raper (Anne). Sadly missed by her nieces and nephews.
There will be a Celebration of Carol’s Life held in Peterborough on Tuesday, October 22nd. Interment to follow.
The family would like to thank St. Joseph’s at Fleming for their exceptional care for the past four years.
In memory of Carol, donations may be made to the Alzheimer Society.
Ben passed away peacefully on Friday, October 18, 2013 at the Northumberland Hills Hospital at he age of 69 after a long and courageous battle with cancer, with family by his side.
Beloved husband of Karen Schroeder for 49 years. Loving father of Kevin ( Lori ) and Craig. Dear Grandfather of Karlee and Amber.
Survived by his brothers Herman (Rosella), Lionel (Lorraine), sister Nettie, and sister-in-law Lorraine. Predeceased by his parents Peter and Tina, step-father Jacob Wiens as well as his brother Erdman (Ed) and brother-in-law Willie.
Ben will be remembered by his extended family and friends in Ontario and Manitoba.
Ben’s family would like to sincerely thank the ongoing support from friends and neighbours during his lengthy illness as well as Doctor Haukioja, Dr. Lo and the nurses at Northumberland Hills Hospital.
Arrangements ouf of Millbrook. A celebration of life memorial will be held in the spring when all of the family can be together will be held for Ben.
In lieu of flowers, those wishing, may make a memorial donation to Northumberland Hills Hospital foundation may do so along.
Allan passed away peacefully at Specialty Care Case Manor, Bobcaygeon, on Friday evening, October 18, 2013 at the age of 87.
He was predeceased by his wife, Barbara, to whom he was deeply devoted; his parents, Bill and Ann Stanley, and his brother, Murray.
He is survived by his brother-in-law, John Bowie; many Stanley, Gallagher and Bowie nieces and nephews, and numerous cousins.
Allan was born in Timmins, Ontario on March 1, 1926. He enjoyed a very long and successful hockey career.
He played for several National Hockey League teams. The most successful of his 21-year career was with the Toronto Maple Leafs (1958-1968) where he won four Stanley Cups, his last in 1967. Allan capped his career when he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1981.
After retirement from hockey, Allan and Barbara bought and operated the Bee Hive Hockey School Complex near Bobcaygeon successfully for over 20 years until retirement.
Always a dignified gentleman, Allan will be sadly missed by family, friends and the hockey world.
Sincere thanks for the compassionate care provided by the staff and supervisors at Specialty Care Case Manor, Bobcaygeon.
A memorial service will be held at St. Aloysius Roman Catholic Church, 41 John Street, Fenelon Falls on Saturday, November 9th at 11 am.
If desired, memorial donations to Specialty Care Case Manor or the charity of your choice would be appreciated.
Passed away unexpectedly at home on October 17, 2013 in his 59th year.
Beloved husband of Rhoda Langton. Son of Phyllis Bailey and the late Frank Bailey. Loving father of David, Donna, Stephen Jr., Kimberley and the late Daniel Bailey. Proud grandfather of Micheal, Tabatha, Robert, Justin and great-grandfather of three.
Dear brother of Sharon Pees and her husband Stephen. Stephen will be missed by his nieces, nephews and many friends.
A private family service will be held at a later time. Arrangements out of Peterborough.
If so desired, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Canadian Diabetes Association.
Age 66, daughter of the late Gladys and F/S Everett Mutton, RCAF, passed away at St. Joseph's at Fleming long-term care residence on October 17, 2013.
She is survived by her brother Wayne, sister-in-law Carol Mutton, nephew Chris Mutton, niece Hayley Martin (husband Charlie), her grand-niece Claire Martin, Judith's aunt Shirley and her family.
Judith attended high school in Kemptville, Ontario, graduated (B.A.) from Queens University and worked for the federal government in Ottawa until health problems forced her to retire.
Her family, friends and the caring staff at St. Joseph's will miss Judith's smiles, hearty laughter and kind, loving personality – and will never forget her internal fortitude while suffering multiple ailments.
A viewing will be held from 7 to 9 p.m., on Tuesday, October 22nd and a service will be held on Wednesday, October 23rd at 10 a.m. at the COMSTOCK FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION CENTRE, 356 Rubidge Street, Peterborough. Interment: Shiloh Cemetery, Dundonald, Ontario
"Nanny" passed away at home on October 17, 2013 at age 96.
Born in Angmering, West Sussex, England, she married Albert Sayers (deceased 1996) and subsequently travelled to Canada as a war bride.
A "force of nature" she was a devoted mom to Penny Rush (Ken Powell) and Chris Sayers, an avid cheerleader and Adam Scott supporter, along with Poppy, of her three grandchildren of whom she was so proud: Sarah (Tim Melmoth), Andrew (Nicole Davies) and Adam, and great grandchildren Charlie, Ben, Reid, Wil, Connor and Elizabeth.
She will be remembered by many trudging up Weller Street with her "wheels" full of library books and groceries in any kind of weather.
Bless you mom for all that you gave to others. You were an inspiration to many and characterized why the English won the war!
Passed away peacefully at home on Thursday, October 17, 2013. Anna (Leeper) of Norwood in her 89th year.
Wife of the late Clifford G. Sedgwick.
Beloved mother of Robert (Maureen) of Norwood, Shirley Trennum (Dave) of Peterborough and Linda Easton (Kevin) of Lindsay. Mother-in-law of Jim Byers of Blackstock.
Dear grandmother of Kelly Armstrong (Glen), Ryan (Kendra), Greg (Sonya), Rob Sedgwick, Shelley Werstroh (Troy), Stephen Trennum, Brent Easton (Amanda), Kristy Coons (Sean), Jeff Byers (Denise), Julie Slemon (Fred) and Jennifer Adams (Morgan) and 18 great grandchildren.
Dear sister of Dick Leeper (Violet) and sister-in-law Ann Leeper.
Predeceased by her daughter Barb Byers and brothers Stan (Doris) and Jim.
A funeral Service will be held at the Norwood United Church on Tuesday, October 22nd at 11:00 AM. Reverend Jamie York officiating. Interment, and a reception will follow in the Norwood United Church Hall.
As expressions of sympathy memorial donations may be made to the MS Society.
Richard (Rick) Albert Bevan Rick Bevan passed away peacefully October 16, 2013 at 69 years of age.
He was comforted by his loving wife of 48 years, Cynthia Bevan (nee Mandel) and their three children (Steve and Andrea Bevan, Julie and Ofir Gil, and Ken Bevan and Michelle Niro) and six grandchildren (Madelin, Sharon, Emily, Ricky, Natalie, and Mikey).
Rick was born November 18, 1943 in Galt, Ontario to George Frederick Bevan and Helen Gertrude Bevan (nee Keller). He is survived by his brothers Ted (Mary) Bevan and Ken Bevan. Rick lived in Cambridge (Galt, Hespeler) most of his life and was a Sergeant Major in the Highland Fusiliers and actively organized minor baseball and hockey for years.
In his 35 years at Avdel, Rick moved from sales to General Manager. His "family" at Avdel was very important to Rick, and the friendships he formed lasted throughout his life.
After his retirement, Rick and Cindy moved to Victoria Place, Bobcaygeon where they formed many new friendships, and Rick served as Treasurer on the Board for eight years. Rick was always entertaining his children and grandchildren with boating and fishing at the lake.
Rick's family would like to sincerely thank the very good folks at Victoria Place, whose ongoing help and support has comforted the entire family. They would also like to thank the doctors and nurses in palliative care at Peterborough RHC for their incredible kindness and assistance during this difficult time.
Rick was well known for his sense of humour, friendliness and well-known 'chemo chicken' and 'radiation ribs'. He will be greatly missed by his family and many, many friends.
Arrangements out of Millbrook. True to Rick's wishes, friends and family are invited to attend a very casual gathering on October 27th from 1 - 4 at Victoria Place clubhouse, at 333 Old Surrey Lane, Victoria Place, Bobcaygeon. Please bring your good memories, and perhaps a joke to share.
Rick would appreciate donations to the Bobcaygeon Food Bank, and wanted to encourage friends and family to sign their organ donor cards.
Diagnosed with brain cancer in January 2013, Tom died peacefully at home on October 16th, 2013.
He was the treasured husband and partner of Lisa (Grant) for 22 years. Proud and loving father to his three children (with Darlene Leather) - Dawn (Adrian Haut), Shana (Mike Voituk), and Christine (Adam Solsky); happy grandfather to Cameron Voituk.
Son of Mary and Jim Cameron.
Born and raised in the Beaches, Toronto. Oldest of five siblings - Jim, Jeanie (Cowie), Lisa, and David.
Independent and determined, Tom made his own way in the world from an early age. Leaving home at 17, Tom capitalized on his extensive youthful experience in Scouting and the Royal Regiment militia, joining the Canadian Armed Forces as a Military Police Officer. He served in New Brunswick, Ontario and Cyprus.
Tom joined the Durham Regional Police Service seven years later, going on to an accomplished career of 30 years including several years as Team Leader of the Tactical Unit, a tour of duty in Bosnia with the UN International Police Task Force, and outstanding achievements with his officers as Inspector of the Intelligence Branch. A principled man and a natural leader, his character and work ethic inspired success in others.
Tom thrived on challenge and adventure in all aspects of his life. He was happiest when he was a man on a mission, big or small. “Plan for the worst and hope for the best.” “Improvise, adapt and overcome.”
Largely self-taught, Tom was a voracious reader and born researcher whose drive to acquire knowledge never faltered. Over the years Tom turned his hand to a wide variety of interests: the Ontario Regiment militia, canoe-tripping, pipeband drumming, WW1, ancestry research, and, just prior to retiring in 2010, getting his pilot’s license and a plane.
Alongside all his endeavours, Tom was very much a family man. Loyal and devoted to protecting and encouraging his daughters, he did his best to ensure their happiness and independence. With Lisa, Tom shared a deep love and strong partnership. Their active life together always had a new adventure on the horizon.
Leaving this world firm in the belief that he will be with all those he loved, Tom is on to his next adventure.
Family and friends will be received at BARNES MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME (5295 Thickson Rd. N. Whitby 905-655-3662) for visitation on Thursday, October 17th from 7:00-9:00, and on Friday, October 18th from 2:00 - 4:00 & 7:00 - 9:00.
A memorial service honouring Tom's life will be held in the Barnes Chapel Saturday at 2:00 p.m.