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Thank you The Brock House for a fantastic dinner!! Caitlin, Last night dinner was amazing, servers were excellent. The whole experience was fantastic.

Thank you to you and your team for making it such a pleasant, memorable experience for everyone. We truly appreciate it. The Brock House, We had a wonderful time. The food was great, the service phenomenal and the room was perfect for the occasion.

I think everything exceeded my expectations so can't ask for more than that! Jim and I would like to thank you and the staff at the Brock House for a wonderful evening. The room looked lovely with all the little extras that were provided and my daughters where so surprised at how accommodating and helpful the staff were. All the guests enjoyed their meal as we heard positive compliments re the food from everyone. Kudos to your chef! The Brock House will certainly be on our list of referrals for anyone looking to host a party or function.

Again, thanks so much so making our day special and we certainly be seeing you soon! We wanted a cocktail style reception and we got so much more. They suggested including food stations as our theme was travel and this way we could have food from around the world. We had a beautiful seafood bar that welcomed our guests with oyster shucking, sushi, crab and lobster, scallops, shrimp everything! Then we had pasta and a variety of meats, not to mention the amazing passed appetizer that kept circulating all night.

They provided the staff which also dressed based on our recommendations and colour scheme. Their bartenders were quick and efficient and even helped develop our his and her cocktails. We expected great service as we frequent the restaurant for dinner and they went far above and beyond our already high expectations. Thanks for tailoring the food around the travel theme with having foods with international flair. Thanks for the great staff. Thanks for the quick responses to our questions and making suggestions we never even thought of!

People are still commenting on how amazing the food and the set up was! We had a fantastic evening and our servers were absolutely the best!

Food was great and the amount was just right. Thanks again for all your help. We had a very special evening and we thank you so much for helping that to happen. We love the Brock House and highly recommend it! To The Brock House, Thank you for all your help with our celebration of Cris 60th, everyone enjoyed the room, the food and our server was outstanding.

I just wanted to say thank you for our experience at your restaurant Saturday, May 10 7: After a few mixups with the reservation and then not actually being seated where I had requested, I was beginning to have doubts about my restaurant choice. Being from out of town, I chose the Brock House based on internet reviews and a brief in and out visit while on the way through from Belleville to Barrie.

I am not a fan of "chain" restaurants, preferring to frequent independents because they usually care more and put alot more effort into everything. I am delighted to report our entire party was very impressed and pleased with our experience, the restaurant, the food and our service. Our server for the evening was a delightful young lady named Anastasia. What a gem you have there!!

Very knowledgeable, organized and friendly In this day and age of dwindling customer service, lack of attention to detail and a generation of young workers lacking in strong work ethics, I feel it important to compliment when I am treated the way I would treat others. Even with how busy the night was, we never felt abandoned by Anastasia The evening was only made better by a lovely presentation of desserts to enjoy Now that's attention to customers in my books.

Congratulations on the wonderful business you have in The Brock House I truly believe you must be a very special leader from what I observed in your staff on Saturday night. And even though most of our party was from out of town, we will definitely recommend The Brock House to everyone A very big thank you to the Brock House Staff for the capable organization, preparation and fabulous food for our 32nd Special Ed Reunion.

I just wanted to let you know that the event in the Nash room on April 27th went extremely well. The staff was very helpful and efficient. All of my guest only had good things to say about the food and staff. Thank you to the staff and The Brock House for making my husband's birthday celebration such a success. A special thanks to you for allowing us to bring in our own sparking drink. We will certainly use this facility again for any special celebrations. We brought our 17 month old daughter and we loved that a booster seat was sitting in the booth ready to go for her when we arrived.

Thank you so much for making a family brunch a great one, we will definitely be returning. I just want to let you know how great our christmas lunch was!

The menu was fabulous and omg, the coconut shrimps were awesome. Just a note to let you know how pleased my wife and I were with the quality of the meal and service at the Brock House on Nov. The occasion was a wedding reception dinner for our son, Jamie Adams.

From all reports, everyone throughly enjoyed themselves and several said that a return visit is in order. Thanks so much for having us on Saturday. Your staff did a great job and the food was amazing. I had great feedback from everyone at the party. Everything was amazing yesterday, thank you soo much. The food was fabulous, the room set up was great, the decor of the room was amazing.

Most of the people had never been to your restaurant and was surprised how nice it was. Think I might have brought you some returning customers: Now on to how great our service and the food was…thank you thank you for a delightful menu. I believe everyone enjoyed their selections. The service was top notch, wonderful friendly staff, all the dishes on the menu were so tasty many thanks to your talented Chef!

Please give my many thanks to everyone involved and Thank you for all your help with planning this night…. The food was just superb and our guests were truly impressed.

Our heartfelt thanks to your hard working staff who provided excellent service throughout the afternoon and special thanks for packing up our centerpieces so nicely for us too! The Brock House staff went above and beyond to ensure that our event was such a great success and our guest of honour will have very fond memories of the day. As we do not remember all the names of the Staff, please pass on our many thanks.

Caitlin, I just wanted to send a message to say that we had a fantastic time yesterday. The food the service. Everyone commented on how great everything was. Thanks so much for your help. Please send our thanks to everyone there. We will be back for sure.

Matt and Jessie were great! Jessie came early and set the tables for me, she was a great help. They worked very well as a team, the service was seamless! The set up downstairs was perfect for plating and serving. They even packaged up the leftovers in plastic containers and put them in the fridge.

Everything went so smoothly with our event and I have to give you and the staff a very big Thank-you! Everyone loved the food so many compliments!!! I have received compliments on the service and how discreet the ladies were when taking orders while we had other things going on at the same time.

I just had to pass it on! The ladies would all love to go back so that tells you what a great venue I chose. Thank-you so much again for everything and helping to make my little vision a big success! If we are in town we will be sure to stop in and I hope to continue some girls nights there.

Hours may change during holidays or special occasions. Please contact the establishment for specific information. You may find that construction projects, traffic, weather, or other events may cause conditions to differ from the map results, and you should plan your route accordingly.

You must obey all signs or notices regarding your route. Book Online Please be advised, reservations larger than 8 guests must be made by calling The Brock House directly at Menus Order Take Out Online. Substitute for Truffle Fries 2. Gluten free bread available with all sandwiches. The Brock House famous Brunch runs every Sunday from The chef stations include made to order fluffy omelettes, pizzas and carvery. The Marche includes all of ones favourites; waffle station, ham, bacon, home-fries, fresh homemade salads, fresh fruit, finger pastries, chocolate fountain and much more!

The perfect brunch venue for one to host a bridal shower, Baptism or First Communion celebration or any special occasion. The Brock House does encourage reservations be made in advance for large groups. Dinners To Go Print. We'll do the cooking for you. Turkey dinners feed up to 8 guests.

Holidays Available Thanksgiving Sunday Pick up from 1: Full Turkey Dinner Don't feel like cooking tonight? Garden or Caesar Salad Choice of Potato: House cut fires or Red Skinned Mashed Potatoes. Our Party Menus are designed for larger groups, social events, pharmaceutical meetings, weddings, anniversary and engagement parties, bridal showers and special events. See Below for Menu.

Main Course Menu A. Vegetarian Option Available Upon Request. Starter Menu B Choose one of the following. Main Course Menu B Choose one of the following. Hors D'oeurves Menu C Will be passed around prior to sit down dinner.

Appetizer Menu C Choose one of the following. Main Course Menu C Choose one of the following. Dessert Menu C Desserts are individually hand crafted by our chef on the day of event.

Dulce de Leche Cheesecake Salted caramel sauce. First Course Lunch Menu. Main Course Lunch Menu Guest will choose one of the following. Lunch Buffet Menu is priced per person. Organizer of event will be charged based on their final guest confirmation not on guest attendance.

Guest confirmation must be given 48 hours prior to event. Salads Select one of the following salads. Assortment of Sandwiches Select 3 of the following sandwiches. Tax and gratuity extra, selection from this list may require an order 24 hours in advance. Oysters red wine mingionette. Pulled pork sliders with house-made BBQ sauce. Orange and Soy hoisen beef satays. Meat balls house made tomato sauce. Prosciutto wrapped tiger shrimp.

Crab cakes Sriracha Aoili. Lamb Lolly pop Pistachio Crust. Lobster Mac and Cheese Mason Jar. Shrimp and Grit Cakes Sriracha aioli. Mini Shepherds Pie Mason Jars. Dessert Options for Hors D'ouerve Parties. Flourless Chocolate Torte Bites.

Kids Set Menu Option The kids menu is perfect for children ages 10 and under. Main Course Child Will choose one of the following options. Our team is well known and we are always preparing to cater to your every wish. From buffet service to fine cuisine and gourmet creations, we will provide you with the attention to detail and the finishing touches necessary to please all of your guests. Let us plan your next event such as: Weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, special events, holidays, business or private functions, family events and special themes We can accommodate parties from 8 to guests or more Our services include tableware, complete menu and event planning We aim to please our clients and your guests.

From the initial meeting to supervising your event and taking care of all your finishing touches, everyone on our experienced team are dedicated to making your day all you would imagine it to be.

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I hope you are well and had a fabulous time with your sister on Sunday! I had a blast right through and could not have asked for a better way to celebrate. Thank you again for everything!! You were amazing to plan with! December 20th, Thank you for helping Rob and I put together such an amazing day.

With kind regards, Alex and Rob Received January 25, Wedding Wednesday January 6, "The Brock house was there when we closed on our first home and got engaged the same night in January of Thanks for all of your help leading up to and including our wedding day!

We'll be back soon! We can't wait to come back and have dinner again, we have so many lovely memories there now! We can't wait to see you soon, thanks again, Christina and Alex. We had many, many compliments! Also thank you again for the gift cards! Thanks for your help and pass on my thanks to everyone. The Brock House is by far a favourite with our family!

Now that's attention to customers in my books Congratulations on the wonderful business you have in The Brock House Julie and the other ladies who waited on us, were very professional and extremely helpful. Thanks again, Happy holidays to you and everyone at the Brock House. I will be back to host our next vega education there for sure! The meal was well organized and the servers did an amazing job please pass on our thanks.

Thank you once again. Roy built their family home himself, the yellow house with the picket fence on the hill at the east entrance to Neepawa. Betty and Roy raised their two sons there. As a family man, Roy never missed a hockey or baseball game of Tom nor a basketball or badminton game of Mark, and cared for Betty through breast cancer in the s and as cancer struck again in As a loyal citizen of Neepawa, Roy again offered his life in service as a volunteer firefighter.

He served in that role for almost 25 years, the last few as Deputy Fire Chief. Roy continued as a member of the Neepawa Legion for his entire adult life and was proud to be part of the Honour Guard numerous times. Roy was well known for his green thumb, helping to run the family greenhouse in the s. When he had his own garden, he grew a fabulous one and was famous for the tomatoes that he would share each summer; tomatoes so large that one slice would fit a sandwich!

Roy spent the last three-and-a-half years of his life in the care of the wonderful staff at Country Meadows Care Home in Neepawa. We are ever grateful to them for their attention and thoughtfulness.

We are also grateful to the caring staff at Neepawa Hospital and Mary Ellen Clark, and the Palliative Care volunteers who made his last few days comfortable. A celebration of Roy's life took place on Friday, April 5 at 2: In lieu of flowers, if so desired, please make donations in memory of Roy to a charity of your choice or to the Beautiful Plains Community Foundation. White's Funeral Home - Neepawa in care of arrangements. The Winnipeg Free Press 06 Apr Jack lived a full life and was a loving husband, supportive father, and delighted grandfather and great-grandfather.

He was extraordinarily proud of his children and always offered support for their endeavors. He loved to visit with family and friends to talk about life, love and what everyone was up to in their day-to-day worlds and it was even better when these visits were complimented by good food and good wine. Each of these gatherings was marked by a lot of laughter. Jack was born in Rivers, Manitoba in the home of his maternal great-grandparents John and Aggie Stevenson and was the son of George and Rosina Stinson.

The family moved to Regina, Saskatchewan when he was still a toddler and Jack soon welcomed Elnora, Phyllis and Gordon to the family fold. The family lived through the depression and Jack spent his first few school years living with his paternal grandparents at their hotel in Oxbow, Saskatchewan.

When he returned home to Regina, Jack became involved with many sports including hockey and football and the family acquired his beloved dog Tiny'. Tiny was cared for by Jack and his younger brother Gordon with Gordon being assigned the duties associated with Tiny's rear end while Jack enjoyed the front end responsibilities. As a teenager Jack was a grocery delivery boy, played hockey, swam, and quarterbacked his high school football team - the Central High Gophers.

In his mid-teens Jack also became involved in the Air Force Cadets and would ride his bike the 50 km to the Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan airfield to participate in cadet activities. However, when war came in Jack asked permission from his mother to join up but Rosie refused until Jack turned 17 in - when he finally got his wish and he joined the Royal Canadian Navy.

The La Hulloise was part of a small pre-convoy strike team whose job it was to travel ahead of the main supply convoys between England and Murmansk, Russia, and England and the Mediterranean to hunt German U-Boats and attract enemy aircraft so that the main convoy would be prepared for engagement as necessary.

Although Jack was a dedicated sailor and served as the non-commissioned officer on his Frigate's main gun crew; he was never proud of the battles with the German soldiers, seamen and pilots and regretted the loss of lives he had been party to. As a result Jack never talked much about the war.

Jack and Viv became fast friends and ultimately fell deeply in love through their shared passion for dancing, a good joke and strong personal values associated with fairness, family and fidelity. It wasn't until later that Jack and Viv realized that they had actually met as young teenagers when Jack delivered groceries to Viv's aunt Matilda's home. Shortly after being honourably discharged from the Navy, Jack and Viv married and remained devoted to each other for 69 years. They wasted no time in starting a family and Garry arrived on his mother's birthday - January 6, Ron soon followed in September of , then Debbie in September , and finally John in November of The children were all born in Regina and the family moved to Winnipeg, Manitoba in fall, All of Jack and Viv's children have found success in their lives and each has a family of their own.

Shortly after being discharged from the navy, Jack was able to secure a job with the newly opened Ford Motor Company parts and distribution centre in Regina. Jack began work as a warehouseman - stocking shelves, unloading box cars of auto parts, and preparing auto parts orders being sent to Ford Dealers throughout Saskatchewan, but he soon found himself rising through the ranks.

As a people person Jack loved the personal interaction with car dealers and was particularly adept at building business relationships - this resulted in Mid-Western Canada leading Ford of Canada sales for much of Jack's tenure. After retiring at age 55 Jack and Viv built a home at Willard Lake, Ontario and spent summers enjoying the lake life and winters travelling throughout the southern USA.

These trips were also complimented by vacations in Cancun and Hawaii, but Jack's heart was always happiest when he was putting off organizing his tool shed at Willard Lake and thinking about the big fish that he had caught. Jack spent his final years living with Viv in Winnipeg and was often surrounded by his four children, seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren until it was necessary for him to move into Deer Lodge Centre in October of At Deer Lodge Jack loved to tease the nurses and other staff and developed good friendships with Ed, Bill and the other Jack.

As per Jack's wishes there will be no formal funeral service. Family intends to unite this summer and raise a glass or two in memory of a beloved husband, father and grandfather. Mac, beloved husband of Brenda. Predeceased by his first wife Marie Lang. He was also a longtime trail maintenance volunteer for the Bruce Trail Association and twice completed the trail end-to-end. He was also an amateur genealogist, member of the Guild of One-Name Studies, responsible for researching the Farquhar name all around the world.

As expressions of sympathy, donations to The Canadian Children's Optimist Foundation or the Bruce Trail Conservancy would be appreciated by the family.

Sheldon grew up playing on the streets and back alleys of Toronto's west side where he would often be found playing hockey for the Earlscourt Citadel team or in the Earlscourt Salvation Army band, where he played a mean E flat tuba Ruth and Sheldon were married for 57 years but they were and remain soulmates after 62 years. Sheldon joined the insurance industry in the late 's and through hard work, perseverance, strong core values and a lot of night school at U of T where he obtained a Bachelor of Commerce degree , Sheldon enjoyed a long and distinguished career in his chosen profession.

When Sheldon wasn't working, traveling the globe with Ruth or poking around Ontario's antique shops he could most likely be found seeking solitude by reading, writing, petting his dogs, listening to music or watching sports on his island on Stoney Lake or in a shady spot at his home in Tortola, BVI.

Sheldon had a passion for many things but none more than family, friends and those that were not yet friends. He was a kind and generous man who would quietly, without ceremony or the desire for acknowledgment, try and help out anybody in need?

Sheldon is survived by and who he will continue to watch over his beloved wife Ruth, his children, for whom he was very proud, Lynne Vautour Michael , Mark Rankin Pamela and his cherished granddaughters, Hannah, Jessica and Sydney. He will be sorely missed by his loving family, his wide circle of friends, the Canadian insurance community and, of course, antique dealers everywhere.

In lieu of flowers, a donation to Toronto's Sick Kids Hospital in Sheldon's honour would be very much appreciated. He was the proud grandpa of precious granddaughters Aaliyah and Jasmine.

Brother of Claude Nicole. He will also be missed by many family and friends. Jacques was in the Canadian Armed Forces Navy for 25 years. After retirement from the Navy, he worked in the Civil Service and was employed by M. Prior to his enlistment he was a fisherman for six years. On the night of December 6, Able Seaman Nickerson was last seen alive about 9: As he was not amongst those who returned in the craft it is believed, as it was a very dark night, that he fell into the harbour basin and was accidentally drowned.

His body was recovered at Milford Haven, Pembroke Co. Click here to view a photo of his headstone. Harold was the ninth of 10 children of Joseph and Anna Carter Fraser. He was predeceased by Ethel, his wife of 62 years, and daughter Arlene Ferguson Jack.

Harold was a life long resident of Transcona and was fond of telling stories of the early days delivering milk by horse-drawn carriage and calling CNR employees to work. Harold worked his entire career with the CNR, retiring in He was a lifelong summer resident of Redditt, Ontario, from which many stories were born.

He was a good man, a wonderful father and grandfather, and will be missed by all. A private family service will be held on Saturday, September Funeral Arrangements in Care of: The Winnipeg Free Press 07 Sep Lawrence will be deeply missed by his four children, David Debbie , Lawrence Kay , Grace, and Ken Eunice ; as well as eleven grandchildren and spouses ; six great-grandchildren; and his brother, Jackson; and two sisters, Francis and Sylvia. He was predeceased by his dear wife and partner in ministry, Grace.

Lawrence was born in Windsor, Ontario on August 5, Throughout his 97 years, he faithfully served his country and his Saviour. After the war, he committed himself to a life of Christian ministry, especially to children, with the Canadian Sunday School Mission now One Hope, Canada.

He was also a life-time servant with The Gideons, Canada. Upon retirement, Lawrence and Grace settled in Steinbach where he lived out his life of love for the people there. He also devoted much time and prayer to Southland Church and its many ministries. A celebration service will be held on Friday, September 9, , at 1: Sister Patricia and nephew Brett. Predeceased by his devoted wife Joy.

Dad's health started to decline after our mother's passing almost 2 years ago. His last words were "Where is your mother? Once back home he soon met the love of his life Joy. Cremation has taken place. A private family memorial service will be held at a later date. Alex is lovingly remembered by his six children: He was predeceased by his granddaughter, Chelsy, in Alex was able to enjoy one last special reunion in Edmonton in July, with all 70 of his immediate family in attendance!

Alex was born in Delisle, SK as the second oldest of 8 children. After the war, Alex and Fedora moved to Saskatchewan and eventually, Edmonton, where they worked together to raise a young family. He supported his sons' pursuits in baseball and hockey and made sure that his daughter kept up with her brothers!!

Alex, a hardworking and natural entrepreneur, always looked for opportunities to provide a better life for his wife and children. His business pursuits led him from Palm Dairies, to farming, to owning grocery stores, and working in real estate before retiring. Alex will be remembered for his tenacity, perseverance, and his love of moving! A Funeral Liturgy will be held at In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation.

The Edmonton Journal 09 Sep Doug was born in Prince George and moved with his parents at a young age to Victoria where he made his home until his passing. As a youngster Doug enjoyed his scouting years up to the level of Queen Scout, hockey, baseball and many other sports.

His passion for the summers at the family cabin on Cowichan Lake were evident as he always had his friends dropping in. Doug attended school in Victoria and graduated from Mt. He later served in various staff positions until he retired in Doug had a thirst for learning and adventure.

He was able to attain both of these during his service in the Navy. He travelled the world and gained many experiences and friends during this time. He will also be remembered by many uncles, aunts, cousins and friends. A celebration of Doug's life will be held on Monday, September 12, at 2: The Victoria Times Colonist 08 Sep He joined the VPD in and was a proud member for 25 years.

Jack continued working at a family business until the age of 65 and retired in South Surrey. Jack spent his retirement years enjoying crabbing and fishing in Birch Bay, travelling and wintering in Palm Springs. The family is forever grateful for the loving care Jack received at Special Care West at George Derby for the last 3 years of his life. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Jack's favourite charity, "Operation Smile. He joined the Navy at 18 and served in WW2. He married Elaine Thokle on January 16th, and they were together for 66 wonderful years.

Glenn moved to Victoria in and owned the Centre Restaurant for many years. Subsequent to that, he worked at the William Head penitentiary as an accountant. He loved to play golf and bridge, travelled extensively in retirement, and was a long time member of Kiwanis International.

Glenn loved to be with his extended family--laughing, and eating a good meal esp. Glenn was a very kind, generous person with a great sense of humour and a heart of gold. During his later years, he dreamt about going home to Saskatoon - back to the simpler times. Celebration to take place at a later date. Donations can be made to a charity of your choice in Glenn's name. The Victoria Times Colonist 10 Sep He retired November Date of death unknown. Ioanin died Sunday, Sept.

No services are planned. He grew up in Nelson and was very athletic, playing hockey, lacrosse and baseball. He moved to Trail, B. He married Doreen Gladys Owen on Aug. Ioanin worked at Cominco as a painter for 40 years. He was a lifetime member of the Painters International Union.

He and his wife moved to the United States in They lived in Seattle at first and, in , moved to Fairbanks. They moved to Anchorage in and remained there until , when he retired and they moved to Sterling. Ioanin's hobbies included piloting his plane, hunting, fishing and square and round dancing.

He was an instructor in calling square and round dancing from to He was a member of dance groups for many years and also a member of Beta Sigma Phi. He was preceded in death by his adoptive parents, a brother and a sister. He is survived by his wife, Gladys, of Sterling, and numerous nieces and nephews.

Memorial donations may be made to the American Lung Association for research in asbestosis. The Peninsula Clarion 08 Oct Cherished husband of Sadie Kronick. Adored father of Bonnie, Joyce, Audrey. Dear father-in-law of Louis Charbonneau. Proud grandfather of Thomas, Judith, Laura, Michael.

Caring uncle and long-standing friend of many. Due to the festival of Shavuot there is no shiva. The family will welcome visitors after the funeral and on Wednesday and Thursday from 2 to 4 and 6: Donations in his memory may be made to the charity of your choice. The Montreal Gazette 21 May Tapson of Brampton, Ontario, daughter-in- law Christine Jn. He was one of 38 survivors out of the ship's complement, of Stan worked his way from driving a bread truck in Hamilton, Ontario and eventually worked 27 years on the airlines He started off as a ticket agent with Air Canada and finished his career in the airlines as General Manager Canada for SAS.

Towards the end, Stan was very giving by helping to friends, family and strangers alike. His family would like to thank all those who helped Stan, in any way, all the doctors and nurses at Saanich Peninsula Hospital in Sidney, B.

Stan will be missed by family, especially his grandkids. He will also be missed by everyone he befriended. Stan has been cremated, as per his wishes. Submitted by Robert Bob D'Aoust: I was fortunate to have an opportunity to talk with Stanley about the sinking of the Valleyfield.

Stan provided me with an insight on the ordeal Canadian sailors dealt with when they fought to survive in icy waters after their ship was lost to enemy action. As the Valleyfield was sinking, most of the ship's crew entered the ice-cold North Atlantic water, which was 32 degrees Fahrenheit. In addition, oily water choked the survivors as they huddled together, helping each other to survive.

Some clambered on top of wreckage, or clung to carley floats. Others remained in the water, buoyed by the life jackets. Five of the rescued men died on board the Giffard from exposure, so only two officers and 36 crewmen survived the sinking.

The firsthand account by a sailor Robert John "Pick" Pickering from the Giffard indicated that a total of 52 sailors were picked out of the water and 8 were already died. Heatherington, Fifth avenue, Regina.

Born in Regina, Oct. He trained at galt, Edmonton, Halifax and St. Hycinthe before going overseas in January, A brother, William George, is at home. The Regina Leader-Post 09 May Roberts, son of Mr. Roberts, Fairford street west, Moose Jaw, has been reported missing in the sinking of the Athabaskan. He was born in Moose Jaw and went to school there. A twin brother, Kenneth; a brother, Orville, and step-brother, Percy, are all in the army. A sister, Grace, is at home in Moose Jaw.

The Regina Leader-Post 08 May McCrindle, Nipawin, was reported missing after the sinking of the Athabaskan in a channel engagement last week. He was born at Codette, Sask. About six months ago he was posted to the Athabaskan. Besides the parents there is a brother, Barry, at home; two sisters, Cora, at home, and Mrs.

Clarke, at Choiceland, Sask. Robert Bob was born in Stratford Ontario He was the eldest in a family of four. Predeceased by mother Gertrude Henderson , father Robert and brother Donald. Bob was well known in sport circles in Ontario and Halifax especially his earlier career in boxing.

He left Stratford to join the Royal Canadian Navy and during his naval career pursued professional boxing while stationed in Halifax. Bob and Audrey made Dartmouth their home. In his retirement years he enjoyed the fellowship of other Black Service Veterans. A Life member of the Royal Canadian Legion he held the highest awards: After many years of service in various offices he became President of Centennial Branch After his retirement from his military career of over 30 years Bob pursued a second career as a social worker.

The family would like to thank the staff of the Abbie J Lane Memorial, Geriatric Unit for their devoted care during his illness. The family will announce a memorial service to be conducted at the Royal Canadian Legion Centennial Branch at a later date. Michael fell in love with the sea at an early age. He served in the Merchant Navy on several ships until when he took a commission in the Royal Canadian Navy and moved to Canada with his wife Hazel.

Michael served in the navy until and one of his accomplishments having been commanding the warship HMCS Assiniboine. He left the navy to take a unique position as the trials master for the new Canadian Patrol Frigate program with Saint John Shipbuilding.

He entered retirement after commanding each of the new frigates during their trial phases. Michael enjoyed spending time with Hazel and travelling. He liked making his own wine, reading and his cat.

After Hazel died in , he committed his time to volunteering with seniors. Michael is survived by his sons, Bruce and Alastair, and his sister, Audrey. A memorial service will be held in St.

James Anglican Church on Wednesday, November 7 at 1: He fought a courageous battle with Parkinson's and cancer, having lived his life with dignity, grace and courage. He had a wonderful sense of humour and was generous to a fault. He leaves to mourn his passing, his beloved wife Diane, of 53 years, their children Gerald and Nicole, and his most precious and treasured granddaughter Dominique, who brought much joy to his life.

He was so very proud of all of her accomplishments. Hilaire Noel , and Evelyn Pelletier Ben , one brother, Marcel Rivard Pat , and numerous sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces and nephews.

Ernie was born in Ste. He was one of eight children. He joined the Royal Canadian Navy at age 17, which gave him the opportunity to travel to many ports of the world. After his release from the Navy, he worked across Canada on the Pipeline as a welder.

He married the love of his life in and they started their family with a son, Gerald, and a daughter, Nicole. Ernie worked at various jobs learning different skills and trades and always had a part time job on the side to help supplement their family income. He later went to work for the Greater Winnipeg Gas Co. Ernie spent many years enjoying his weekends and holidays with his family and friends at his cottage where he learned to hone his skills as a carpenter, electrician, plumber, and any job required of him.

He was always willing to help his cottage friends with any jobs they might need a hand with. After his retirement, he and Diane fulfilled a lifelong dream of moving to the Okanagan Valley in beautiful BC, and to be closer to their daughter and her family.

They built a new home and moved to Kelowna in where they enjoyed 11 years surrounded by orchards, breathtaking views of Okanagan Lake, the mountains and spectacular gardens and mild temperatures. They made many new friends and travelled throughout that beautiful province. In , as his illness progressed, both he and Diane decided to move back to Winnipeg.

His greatest joys were simple, namely the love and loyalty of those nearest and dearest to him. The many quiet Sundays spent with his son meant a great deal to him and brought him comfort at a time when his health was deteriorating. He will be remembered for his positive outlook, integrity, generosity and the good hearty laughs he shared with many. Eulogy will be at A private interment will be held at Green Acres Cemetery.

The family wishes to express it's grateful appreciation to the staff of Foyer Valade for their gentle, loving care of Ernie. He was a good athlete at St. Michael's College, playing junior hockey for them prior to enlisting in the Navy. After the war he attended Veterans High School to obtain his diploma and then went to the University of Toronto. He was there for 31 years. Doug met his lovely Sara at Gage's, and they had a successful and happy marriage that lasted 64 years.

Funeral Mass will be held at St. The Toronto Star 17 Sep He was always proud to share that he sailed six of the seven seas while serving as Stoker on HMCS Ontario from He was also proud of his retirement after 35 years of service with INAC.

At Raymond's request, there will not be a formal funeral service, instead family and friends will get together to celebrate his life at 11 a. The Regina Leader-Post 17 Sep Following his service as a teenager in the Canadian Navy in Korea, Jack followed his passion for working with children to the teaching profession where he spent 25 productive years with the Toronto Board of Education - primarily as a Principal of Fern Avenue, Parkdale, Sunny View and West Prep schools.

After retiring, he spent time teaching English in Prague. Jack's love of the water led him to many blissful trips on his sailboat, "Moby Jane", which he skippered from Toronto to Fort Myers, Florida and around the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico.

He also enjoyed many other trips exploring the world and learning about different cultures and traditions. The family would like to express its deep gratitude for the excellent care provided to Jack at Sunnybrook Hospital and the Veterans' L Wing. Visitation will take place on Thursday, September 15th between 5: A celebration of his life will be held on Friday, September 16th at 11 a.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the charity of your choice. The Toronto Star 14 Sep He will also be missed by his brother Ron Booth, his many nieces and nephews, and good friends.

At the age of 49, he left his position of General Manager and Vice President at Scott Paper to begin his own business providing training, group facilitation and development, and organization and management consulting. Jack was a life-long learner and, while in his early 50's, he earned a Masters Degree in Applied Behavioural Science.

Playing the piano was a constant in Jack's life from the time he was very young right up to the day he died.

Whether it was the great standards from 's '30's and '40's, Beatles songs, Christmas music, or hymns, if someone hummed it, he could play it. His music gave joy to everyone with whom he shared it. In the course of his life, Jack was a camping and outdoor enthusiast; scout leader; scout leadership trainer; marriage enrichment leader; community choir member; and dedicated member of his church community. A generous, intelligent, and caring man with a strong sense of justice and a great sense of humour he loved bad puns!

A memorial service and Celebration of Life will be held 2 p. In lieu of flowers, a donation may be made to the Naramata Centre Society. In he moved to Saginaw and established Larry's Lounge which he operated until his retirement. Active in politics, he served on Saginaw City Council for 11 years until last month. An avid hockey player himself, he played in a seniors' league and skated until age Larry is survived by four children: Most of his working career was as a Program Manager for the Government of Canada, retiring in Younger brother of Marion Thomas Henderson of Oakville.

Predeceased by his siblings Richard Gibson and Helen Cooke. Inurnment to be in Hanover Cemetery at 1: Memorial donations to Parkinson Society Canada or the Hanover and District Hospital Foundation will be appreciated as expressions of sympathy.

He is survived by his loving wife of 61 years Roberta, his daughters Jill and Bonnie and his son John. His oldest son William Bill passed on in He is survived by 11 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. He met Roberta in Toronto in and they were married the next year. A vacation to Victoria, BC in February convinced them that a move was necessary and in February the family took the train out to BC.

Jack worked with the city of Victoria and the Capital Region District up until It was this year that Jack took on a new career. He enjoyed his career until his retirement in Jack was an avid gardener, painter, photographer and ham radio enthusiast. In fact, he was quite accomplished at whatever he put his hand to. Jack will be greatly missed. A celebration of life will be held at Refreshments to follow and all are welcome.

A private family burial will take place at Hatley Memorial Gardens. His parents were A. James Logan and Lila Ellen Trowse. He had six sisters: He started his own company Real International Marketing Ltd. As a youth, he was a hockey player, speed skater and occasional skier, and later a water skier. He was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served in many leadership roles including that of university Branch President.

In that capacity he touched forever the lives of many students who counted him as a life-long friend. He served with his wife as a missionary in the poorest areas of south Texas. He was a politically active conservative who worked to secure individual liberty and reduced government. He was a tireless worker who befriended many with his outgoing, cheerful personality and mild manner. He was a man of impeccable faithfulness and integrity. He was an exemplary father and grandfather.

In , the family immigrated to Canada, settling in Port Arthur, Ontario. At a very young age, Matti became fascinated with cars and they became his lifelong passion. As an Embassy Communicator, he enjoyed postings all over the world. Matti retired in and lived in Ottawa, Ontario until moving to Vancouver, British Columbia in He was predeceased by his father Aapo in Cremation has taken place in Vancouver with internment to follow in Thunder Bay at a later date.

Commander in the Canadian Navy Reserve. Beloved husband of 61 years to Sherrill, father of Lynda, Thomas, Bruce and Allyson, grandfather, great-grandfather and brother, he will be sorely missed by all who knew him. In lieu of flowers a donation in his memory to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated. He was born and raised in Kingston, Ontario.

He taught in the wood and metal shops for 20 years. He was an active member of the Kinsmen Club. Involved in raising funds for the Arena and Swimming pool and along with his students built log cabins for Kiddies Camp.

He was a man of many talents - Played the bagpipes, guitar and banjo - Sang many a song!! He loved history, cooking, fishing, a good joke, his family and friends. May he finally find peace!! The family would like to thank everyone for their thoughts, kindness, flowers and support. He leaves his loving wife and best friend of 44 yrs. Sisters Wendy, Sheila Rick. Aunts, uncles, nieces, Grt.

Love of family encouraged Wayne to search for his biological roots. Wayne enlisted in the Navy and was stationed in Halifax N. During this time he met the love of his life, Stella. They were married in in Hamilton Ont. Two years later, Wayne brought his wife and eight month old daughter Christine to the West Coast and resided at Nanoose Bay for a short time where their second daughter Liana was born.

In Wayne became employed with the B. Ferries, Departure Bay until his retirement in February, He was a member of the Ham Operators Club, also active member of the B. Vintage Car Club of Canada. He has been an active member of the Italian Felice Cavallotti Lodge for many years.

His dedication to the Lodge was admirable. A special thank you to our many dear friends for all their love and support during this most difficult time. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to: V9S 2H7 - to help find a cure for Leukemia. Born in Winnipeg in , he spent his early childhood in Cranbrook, B. He also served two exchange postings with the U.

Navy in Pensacola and Key West, Fla. After that he instructed at the Maritime Warfare School in Halifax, followed by duty on the staff of the Flag Officer Atlantic Coast as Project Officer coordinating the fitment and trials of helicopters carried by destroyers. On retirement from the Navy in , he worked as a computer programmer until when he accepted employment with Beautiful British Columbia Magazine, retiring as a Publisher in Upon retiring from the magazine, he worked tirelessly for research into the cause of ALS and awareness of the disease.

A memorial service will be held on Thursday April 5 at 1: A reception will follow at the new Naden Wardroom on Esquimalt Road.

At his request cremation, with cremated remains scattered at sea. Beloved son of Jim and Ruby Butchers. Loving brother to John. Jamie will be sadly missed by his uncles, aunts, cousins and numerous friends. For those who wish memorial donations to The Sick Kids Foundation would be sincerely appreciated by the family. Beloved husband for over 55 years of Shirley M. Jeffrey James Price and wife Maria. Loving grandpa of Melanie, Matthew, Jocelyn and Shannon. Loving son of the late Thomas and Helen Price.

Dear brother of Shirley and Charles Kemp. Survived by many nieces and nephews. If you so desire, donations can be made to Hospice of Windsor would be appreciated by the family. Interment Greenlawn Memorial Gardens.

He was a son to Bess and John, brother to Joyce and Bill, husband to Bea, grandfather and great-grandfather to many and father to Vance, Janice and Lorna. He thoroughly enjoyed fishing and hunting and some of his favourite musicians were the Glenn Miller Orchestra, Roger Miller and Glen Campbell.

He understood honour, duty and public service. He wore the maple leaf proudly and spoke often of the enormous pride he felt when meeting people abroad. He applauded educational pursuits and believed learning comes from life, schooling and travel. He exemplified humility, forgiveness and leadership. On September 14, in Windsor, Nova Scotia, he no longer needed to batten down the hatches.

Sail on Dad — until we meet again. Beloved husband of 58 years to Patricia nee Lewis. Words of remembrance in memory of Larry will begin at 2 p. In lieu of flowers, donations to Doctors Without Borders would be appreciated. The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon from Saskatoon Funeral Home conducted by the Rev.

Alice Phillips and one brother, Norman, both of Saskatoon. Born in England, Mr. Hill came with his parents to the Plunkett district in and to Saskatoon two years later. Credited with 18 months straight seatime he served throughout the Battle of the Atlantic and until the decommissioning of the Wetaskiwin in Following the war, Mr. Hill worked from the public school system maintenance department and had served at Pleasant Hill, Caswell and Henry Kelsey school.

Predeceased by his beloved wife Ruthie , son Dan and his second wife Gladys Gerry was born on September 26, in Calgary, Alberta. The ships served as Atlantic convoy escorts from and to Plymouth, UK. They enjoyed 44 years together before her passing in Gerry's enjoyment of traveling took him to many parts of the world. In his earlier years he enjoyed annual salmon fishing at Rivers Inlet with his co-workers and friends.

Golf was a common pass time although with much frustration and not very relaxing. Gerry is described as a loving, caring and devoted family man with a terrific sense of humour. He touched the hearts of all who knew him. Special thanks to the kind hearted staff at Waverly Residential Care Home.

Visitation for family and friends will be held at Woodlawn Mt. Cheam Funeral Home, Hocking Ave. Burial will take place at 2: Photos from Gerry's obituary: Cremation has taken place under the direction of A. Mattatall Funeral Home Dartmouth N. Leon will be interred at a later in Newfoundland. Predeceased by his wife Josephine Dear father of Kevin Sharon of Oshawa. Fondly remembered by granddaughters Ashley and Alexandria of Oshawa. Predeceased by parents William and Phyllis of Stittsville.

Friend of Bill W. Bill served in the Royal Canadian Navy as a leading seaman from - The family would like to thank the Doctors and Nurses of the Hematology unit of the Ottawa General Hospital for their kind, compassionate care over the last five years.

Gray, Curtis Keith Thomas Uxbridge Chapel It is with extreme sadness and broken hearts that we say good-bye to our son and brother Curtis, following a sudden and . THE BROCK HOUSE SUNDAY BRUNCH BUFFET: am until pm Perfectly toasted bread, perfectly flipped omelettes and perfectly crisp bacon is what makes our famous, Sunday Brunch at The Brock House a crowd pleaser and one of the best in the Region. Canadian billionaires Barry and Honey Sherman were found dead Dec. 15 in their Toronto home. Barry Sherman was 75 and Honey Sherman was Barry Sherman was the founder of pharmaceutical giant.