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ONTARIO - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 28

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Date: Wednesday, 26 March 2008, at 6:09 p.m.

KAVANAGH, Patrick Gerald
Passed away suddenly in Carleton Place at the age of 55, Monday, December 17, 2001. Beloved father of Keith & Julie Kavanagh (Nepean), Ron McLeese (Shirley of Forresters Falls, Renfrew), and Kerry and Kelly Kavanagh (Manchester, New Hampshire). Friend & former husband of Nancy, brother to Joan (Leo O'Brien) & Phyllis (Arnold Sloan) both of Vinton, Quebec, Marilyn (Robert Kluke of Aylmer, Quebec) and Emma Kavanagh (Gerry Kelly of Ottawa). Grandpa Pat to five grandchildren, Uncle to 26 nephews & nieces, 60 great nephews & great nieces and 3 great, great nieces & nephews. Predeceased by his parents, Gerald Kavanagh & Aileen Hearty, brothers Vernon, Keith and Ronald. Patty lived his life to the fullest and will be dearly missed by his family and friends. Friends may call at MCEVOY-SHIELDS FUNERAL HOME, 235 Kent Street, Ottawa on Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Funeral Saturday at 11 a.m. in the Chapel. In lieu of flowers, in memoriam donations to the Canadian Cancer Society or Heart & Stroke Foundation would be appreciated.

LACHAPELLE, Léo
Est décédé, le 19 décembre 2001, à l’Hôpital Régional de Sudbury (emplacement Laurentien), Sudbury, à l’âge de 91 ans. Né à Embrun, Ontario, il était le fils bien-aimé de feu Louis-Zéphirin Lachapelle et de feue Christine Lachapelle (née Pitre). Cher époux de feue Jeanne Lachapelle (née Giroux). Ami de Georgette Robichaud. Cher frère de Alma Roy (feu Urbain) de Noëlville, Joseph (Thérèse Comtois), Léonie Castonguay (feu Tyne), Gérard (Lucille Leduc), Hector (Hélène Bertrand) de Sudbury et Roger (Irène Paquette) de Val Caron. Prédécédé par Marie-Ange Séguin (feu Onis), Aimé (feue Rita Lahaie), Rhéaume (Lucille Beaudoin) de Val Caron, Rosario, Henri (Gloria Poirier) de Sudbury et Jeanne Demers (Réal) de Windsor ainsi que Moïse et Noëlla décédés en bas âge. Cher oncle de plusieurs nièces et neveux. Cher beau-frère de Hector Giroux de Calgary, Marcel Giroux (Georgette) et Hélène Stesco (Richard). Léo a servi dans un régiment blindé pendant la Deuxième guerre mondiale. Il était retraité de la compagnie Falconbridge Ltd. La famille recevra parents et amis à la COOPÉRATIVE FUNÉRAIRE, 222, boul. Lasalle est, (angle Notre Dame), Sudbury, vendredi de 14h à 17h et de 19h à 21h30. Le service funéraire sera célébrée le Samedi 22 décembre 2001, à 11h30, à la Chapelle Mgr Roger Despatie de la Coopérative Funéraire, Sudbury. Que vos témoignages de condoléances se traduisent en dons à l'Association pulmonaire, à la fondation de l’Ontario pour les maladies du Coeur ou à la Société Canadienne du Cancer.

SAUVÉ, Yvon
The family announces with sorrow his death, Thursday, December 20, 2001, in Sudbury, at the age of 67 years. Son of the late Hector Sauvé and of the late Elisabeth Sauvé (née Paquette). Beloved husband of Jeannette Sauvé (née Joly) of Lavigne. Loving father of Joanne Mathew (husband Ian) of Bayfield, Pauline Gareau (husband Denis) of Sudbury and Debbie Taus (husband Tim) of Lavigne. Dear brother of Ronald (wife Jeanne) of Sudbury, Roger (wife Jane) of Chelmsford and Pierrette Lecuyer (husband Michel, predeceased) of Stoney Creek. Predeceased by two brothers Clarence (wife Carmel of Chelmsford) and Norm (wife Bev of Sudbury). Lovingly remembered by his 4 grandchildren Jennifer, Kyle, Natalie and Justin. He will be sadly missed by numerous brothers and sisters-in-law and their families. At the beginning of his career, Mr. Sauvé, was an employee with Inco Ltd. for 20 years and a retired employee of the Sudbury Catholic Separate School Board. Yvon was a member of the Chevaliers de Colomb since 1963 in the Sudbury, Blezard Valley councils, then most recently Verner council 9049 and also member of the “Club culturel social de Lavigne” and was an active member of his parish. Mrs. Sauvé enjoyed jamborees and playing the guitar. He was a devoted family man. His grandchildren were his pride and joy. The family will receive friends at the CO-OPERATIVE FUNERAL HOME, 222 Lasalle Blvd., East (at Notre Dame), Sudbury, Friday from 2-5 p.m. and 7-9:30 p.m. Mass of Christian burial will be held Saturday, December 22, 2001, at 2:00 p.m., in Ste Dominique Church, Sudbury. Donations to the Canadian Diabetes Association or Northern Cancer Research Foundation.

SAUVÉ, Yvon
Est décédé le jeudi 20 décembre 2001, à Sudbury, à l’âge de 67 ans. Fils de feu Hector Sauvé et de feue Elisabeth Sauvé (née Paquette). Époux bien-aimé de Jeannette Sauvé (née Joly) de Lavigne. Père bien-aimé de Joanne Mathew (époux Ian) de Bayfield, Pauline Gareau (époux Denis) de Sudbury, Debbie Taus (époux Tim) de Lavigne. Cher frère de Ronald (épouse Jeanne) de Sudbury, Roger (épouse Jane) de Chelmsford, et Pierrette Lecuyer (époux Michel, prédécédé) de Stoney Creek. Prédécédé par ses deux frères Clarence (épouse Carmel de Chelmsford) et Norm (épouse Bev de Sudbury). Il laisse également dans le deuil ses 4 petits-enfants Jennifer, Kyle, Natalie et Justin. Il manquera énormément à ses beaux-frères, belles-soeurs et leurs familles. Au début de sa carrière M. Sauvé était employé d’Inco Ltée pendant 20 ans et ensuite était à sa retraite du Conseil des écoles séparées catholiques de Sudbury. Yvon était membre des Chevaliers de Colomb depuis 1963 des conseils de Sudbury et Blezard Valley respectivement ainsi que Verner conseil 9049 et du Club culturel social de Lavigne. Il aimait jouer la guitare et participer au jamborees. M. Sauvé était un époux et père dévoué. Ses petits-enfants faisaient son plus grand bonheur. La famille recevra parents et amis à la COOPERATIVE FUNÉRAIRE, 222, boul. Lasalle est, (angle Notre Dame), Sudbury, vendredi de 14h à 17h et de 19h à 21h30. La messe funéraire sera célébrée le samedi 22 décembre 2001, à 14h00, à la Paroisse St-Dominique, Sudbury. Que vos témoignages de condoléances se traduisent en dons à l’Association Canadienne pour le diabete ou à la fondation du nord pour la recherche en cancérolgie.

BEDARD, Armand
The family announces with sorrow his death, Monday January 28, 2002, in Sudbury, at the age of 83 years. Son of the late Joseph Bédard and of the late Flora Bédard (née Gauthier). Husband of the late Rita Bédard (née Lapointe) predeceased in 1990. Special friend of Alice. Loving father of Gérald (friend Denise George) of Ottawa, Richard (wife Diane) of Sydney, Australia, Linda Carlson (husband Gregory) of Wahnapitae and Lise Bédard of Sudbury. Predeceased by his daughter Rachel. Dear brother of Rita Labbé of Toronto, Jeannine Riopel (husband George predeceased), Darcy Bédard (wife Thérèse predeceased) both of Sudbury and Maurice Bédard (wife Colette) of Arnprior. Predeceased by his 2 sisters Florence Dupuis (husband Albert predeceased) and Yvette Martel (husband Laurent of Sudbury). Sadly missed and lovingly remembered by his 12 grandchildren and by his 8 great grandchildren. Mr. Bédard was a self employed businessman working in the trucking industry. He enjoyed hunting and cutting firewood on his property on Wahnapitae River. Armand especially enjoyed travelling to Australia. His great sense of humour will be missed by all who knew him. The family will receive friends at the CO-OPERATIVE FUNERAL HOME, 222 Lasalle Blvd., (at Notre-Dame), Sudbury, Saturday from 2 to 5. Funeral service will be held Saturday February 2, 2002, at 5 p.m. in the Bishop Roger Depatie chapel of the Co-Operative Funeral Home, Sudbury.

BLANCHARD, Diana “Diane” (Nee Crete)
In loving memory of Diana “Diane” Blanchard (nee Crete), 69 years who passed away Wednesday morning, January 30th, 2002 at her home. Beloved mother of Pierre (wife Cindy) of Azilda, Marcel (wife Lise) and Paul (wife Kathy) both of Hanmer, Richard of Sudbury and Louise predeceased. Loving grandmother of Quintin, Jory, Lee-Anne, Yvon, David and Natalie. Special friend of Evelyn Blanchard. Sadly missed by family in Quebec. Memorial Prayers in the LOUGHEED FUNERAL HOME, Val Caron/Blezard Valley Chapel, Main St., Val Caron, Thursday, January 31st, 2002 at 7:30 p.m. Cremation in the Parklawn Crematorium. Donations to Heart & Soul Campaign would be appreciated. (Friends may call after 7:15 p.m. Thursday).

GELBHAAR, Kurt M.
In loving memory of Kurt M. Gelbhaar, 78 years of Sudbury who passed away Tuesday, January 29th, 2002 at the Sudbury Arena. He was born in Saxon, Germany and married Ursula (Kothe) in Germany in 1949. Kurt was a stope leader at Creighton Mine having 31 1/2 years at INCO retiring in 1984. Beloved husband of Ursula (Kothe) Gelbhaar predeceased 1987. Loving father of Diana of Toronto. Dear brother of Hilde Richter of Germany and Max Gelbhaar predeceased 1987. Dear brother-in-law of Marita Heussner of Toronto. Sadly missed by loving nieces and nephews and family members in Canada and Germany and his fellow runner Danielle Cloutier of Sudbury. Special friend and brother in running and life to Dave and Suzanne Innes of Sudbury. Resting at the JACKSON AND BARNARD FUNERAL HOME, 233 Larch St., Sudbury. Funeral Service in the R.J. Barnard Chapel, Friday, February 1st, 2002 at 2 p.m. Interment in the Civic Cemetery, Sudbury. Donations to Laurentian University Sports Bursaries would be appreciated. (Friends may call 5-9 p.m. Thursday and after 12 noon Friday).

GIROUX, Serge
After a long two year battle, Serge has won over his cancer. The cancer is dead but Serge lives on with our Father in Heaven. It is with deep sorrow that the Pitre/Giroux families announces the peaceful death of Serge Giroux on January 30, 2002 at the tender age of 16 at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario in Ottawa. He leaves in sorrow his parents Claude and Nicole (Pitre) Giroux and his beloved younger sister Nathalie Giroux, his grandparents Raymond and Florence Giroux, Ronald & Noëlla Pitre, his aunts & uncles Ronald & Connie, Andy & Lorraine, Robert & Thérèse Giroux, Richard & Monique and Denis Pitre all of the Sudbury (Hanmer) area, Eveline & Ian McCallion of Ottawa and Daniel & Leah Pitre of Windsor. He will be sadly missed by his cousins Derek, Eric, Denis, Richard, Tina, Alain, Robert Jr., Annie, Sophie, Mathieu & Caleb Giroux, Mathieu, Martin, Luc, Justin, Eric, Keegan, Kelsey and Kaelyn Pitre and his special friends Matt Cousineau, Patrick Levesque and Corey Maestarello. He will never be forgotten by the staff and students of École secondaire Hanmer, his brother and sister scouts in the Sudbury District and all of his special hockey friends. Serge’s courage and determination allowed him to dare to dream and never surrender for life, love and happiness. The family will receive friends at the COOPERATIVE FUNERAL HOME, 4570, St. Joseph Street, Hanmer, Friday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9:30. Mass of christian burial will be held Saturday February 2nd, 2002 at 11 a.m. in St. Jacques Church, Hanmer.

MACKINNON, Joseph “Joe” Richard
In loving memory of Joseph “Joe” Richard MacKinnon, 71 years who passed away Wednesday morning, January 30th, 2002 at his home, in his wife’s loving arms. Beloved husband of Phyllis (Ducharme) MacKinnon of Chelmsford. Loving father of Richard of Winnipeg, Linda of Barrie, Danny of Milton, Judy of Midland, Gary of Calgary, Karen of Azilda, Donna (husband Mike Viianen) of Azilda and Robert of Naughton. Dear grandfather of 16 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. Dear son of Angus and Margaret MacKinnon both predeceased. Dear brother of Dyna Poirier of N.S., Mary (husband Ernie Crispe) of Ontario and the late Sadie Andrews, Sophie Desveaux and Neil all predeceased. Dear stepfather of Denise Depatie of Sudbury, Louis Ducharme (wife Pam) of Hanmer and Roger Ducharme of Chelmsford. Step grandfather of 3 grandchildren. Sadly missed by nieces and nephews. Born in Inverness County, Nova Scotia, he grew up in Sudbury and moved to Levack in 1951. He worked as a parts man at INCO for 34 years retiring in 1984. At Joe’s request there will be no public visitation or service. Cremation. Donations to the Heart and Stroke Fund would be appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to the LOUGHEED FUNERAL HOME.

SLETTEMOEN, Sigmund (Sig)
In loving memory of Sig Slettemoen 79 years, long time resident of North Bay who passed away at his daughter’s home in Sudbury January 29th, 2002. Born and raised in Norway, Sig came to Canada in 1952. He worked as a lumberjack in B.C. and Kapuskasing, a driller for Falconbridge and J.P. McIsaac, a drill doctor for Canadian Ingersoll-Rand, a heavy mining equipment salesman for U and N Equipment and finally retired in 1987 from his position as Sales Manager, Rock Drill Division, Boart Canada. He will be greatly missed by his loving wife of 57 years Bodil (née Stinessen), his daughters Liv Hutcheson of Toronto, Kari Hodge (Dave), his grandchildren Kari Anne Gerhard (Andrew) of Little Current, Lynda Hutcheson of B.C., Eric Hutcheson of Toronto, sisters Astrid Jackson of Alpena, Michigan, Anna Dahl and Borgny Tofte, of Norway. Sigmund was predeceased by his parents Ivar and Lena, brothers Ola, Olav, Guttorm, Aslak, Sigmund, Ivar, Trygve and Oystein and sisters Gunvor, Margit, Ambjorg and Sigrid. Sig will always be remembered for his honest, no-nonsense attitude, his insatiable curiosity, and the energy and effort he put into all his endeavours. He was a student of Philosophy, an avid gardener, cross country skier, nature lover, stock market enthusiast, berry picker, card player and amateur linguist with several dog-eared dictionaries to prove it. Sig never ever shied away from a debate, and always enjoyed the company of those who did not hesitate to share their point of view. At Sig’s request there will be no service, no public visitation at this time but in the summer there will be a family gathering in the Norwegian mountains where his ashes will be scattered beside those of his granddaughter Kristi. He will rest in peace. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Northeastern Cancer Treatment Centre or the Alzheimers Society of Sudbury. Arrangements entrusted to the JACKSON AND BARNARD FUNERAL HOME, 233 Larch Street, Sudbury.

BRIERE, Dolores (Dolly)
Today August 3rd, 2002, at the age of 47 years, my human existence has ceased, but my spiritual one has begun. I am now in eternal bliss with the One I have always believed in and lived by. I was never one to conform to man made limits but I always did my best to observe His ten rules. If I can leave behind one legacy, it is for all to realize the importance of these rules He gave us thousands of years ago. For, to live by these rules can only bring happiness and love. This is what I wish for every person waiting for eternal life. God is good and has never let me down. He blessed by marriage to Maurice, my friend for life. Then He double blessed me with two daughters who became by two best friends and confidantes. Angèle and her husband Roger Gaudreault and my beautiful grandchild Zacharie of Hanmer and Mélanie and her husband Julien Mainville of Ottawa. I was also blessed with my parents Georgette and Florian Tremblay of Hanmer, who were ever so understanding and giving. He gave me brothers, Marc (Fran) Tremblay, Jacques (Jacqueline) Tremblay and Daniel (Chantal) Tremblay all of Hanmer who were always by my side through thick and then. When it came to in-laws, He choose only the very best. Mother-in-law Rita Serré and father-in-law Fidel Serré (predeceased). Brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law Jacques (Edmonde) Brière, Ronald (Carmen) Brière, Jocelyne (Denis) VanSantvoort all of Hanmer and André (Lise) Brière of Azilda, Bruno (Lorraine) Serré of Blind River, Gaston (predeceased) (Jeanne) Serré and Yvon (Claire) Serré of Hanmer, Joanne Serré of Sudbury, Suzanne (Dave) Hall of Mississauga, Gisèle (Alfred) Thibeault of Garson and Carmen (Robert) Boudreau of Hanmer. As well I shared the love of numerous nieces and nephews, aunts and uncles and friends. I thank God for all He gave me and now I can do so face to face. I will wait for those I left behind and when your time comes, I shall ask Him to let me greet you with open arms into his kingdom. I love you all and will patiently wait for your arrival. The family will receive friends at the CO-OPERATIVE FUNERAL HOME, 4570 St. Joseph Street, Hanmer, Tuesday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9:30 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be held Wednesday August 7th, 2002 at 11 a.m. in St. Jacques Church, Hammer. The family express their appreciation to Dr. Andrew Knight and Dr. David Sivers and to the nursing staff of the Palliative Care Sudbury Regional Hospital Laurentian Site and Cancer Centre. Donations to the Cancer Research Centre or to the Cecil Facer Youth Centre would be appreciated.

BRIERE, Dolores (Dolly)
Aujourd’hui, le 3 aoüt, 2002, à l’âge de 47 ans, mon existence humaine a cessée, et mon existence spirituelle a débutée. Je suis maintenant en présence de Celui que j’ai toujours aimé et en qui j’ai toujours cru. Je n’ai jamais été conformiste, me pliant peu aux demandes de l’humanité, mais j’ai cherchée a adherer aux dix commandements de mon Dieu. Pouvoir vous laisser un message pertinent qui vous servirait de guide sur cette terre, je vous demanderais d’accorder une place spécial dans votre quotidien pour ces commandements de Dieu, aussi réel auourd’hui, qu’il y a deux milles ans. Ils vous donneront paix et joie, mon souhait pour vous d’ailleurs. Mon Dieu m’a toujours bénie. Il m’a unis à mon époux Maurice, mon mailleur ami. Il m’a comblé de boneur, a l’arrivé de mes deux filles, mes confidantes. D’abord Angèle et son époux Roger Gaudreault et mon petit fils Zacharie, que j’aime tellement, résident de Hanmer. Ensuite Mélanie et son époux Julien Mainville d’Ottawa. Toujours aimant et généreux, mes parents Georgette et Florian Tremblay de Hanmer, mes frères Marc (Fran) Tremblay, Jacques (Jacqueline) Tremblay et Daniel (Chantal) Tremblay tous de Hanmer. Vous m’avez tous et toutes accompagné et soutenu. Mes beaux parents Rita Serré et son époux qui m’a prédécédé Fidel Serré, ainsi que mes beaux frères et belles soeur Jacques (Edmonde) Brière, Ronald (Carmen) Brière, Jocelyne (Denis) VanSantvoort tous de Hanmer, et André (Lise) Brière d’Azilda, Bruno (Lorraine) Serré de Blind River, Gaston (prédécédé) (Jeanne) Serré et Yvon (Claire) Serré de Hanmer, Joanne Serré de Sudbury, Suzanne (Dave) Hall de Mississauga, Gisèle (Alfred) Thibeault de Garson et Carmen (Robert) Boudreau de Hanmer, ont été pour moi une source de réconfort. J’ai partagé également beaucoup d’amour avec mes nombreux neveux et nièces, oncles et tantes, cousin et cousines et mes amis. Je remercie le Seigneur de vous avoir placé sur ma route. Je me rejouie maintenant en Sa présence là ou toute est lumière et paix. J’attend le jour ou je vous acceuillerais à mon tour. Je vous aime et je vous attend patiemment. La famille désire remercier Dr. Andrew Knight, Dr. David Sivers ainsi que tous les infirmières aux Soins Palliatifs a l’hôpital Régional de Sudbury. Que vos témoignages de condoléances se traduisent en dons à la Recherche en cancérologie ou au “Cecil Facer Youth Centre”. La famille recevra parents et amis à la COOPÉRATIVE FUNÉRAIRE, Hanmer, 4570, rue St. Joseph, mardi 14h00 à 17h00 et de 19h00 à 21h30. La messe funéraire aura lieu le mercredi 7 aoüt, 2002, à 11h00 à la paroisse St. Jacques, Hanmer.

COLE, Percy Delbert
In loving memory of Percy Delbert Cole born February 15, 1920 in Cobden, Ontario. Percy died peacefully at home Friday, August 2, 2002. Beloved husband of Eleanor Cole (nee Wall), for 60 years, of Markstay. Loving father of Garry (wife Dorothy Hobbs) of Kitchener, Christine (husband Syd Powley), Sylvia Cole, Sandi (husband Terry Ur) all of London, Joanne (husband Peter Elliot), David (wife Susan) of Wahnapitae. Loving brother of Alec, Carson, Osborne, Norma and Dorothy all previously deceased, sister Jean Morrell and friend Syd of Sudbury. Son of the late Christopher and Mary Cole of Cobden. Percy will be greatly missed by all of his grandchildren and great- grandchildren. Percy was an INCO Pensioner who loved the outdoors. He was especially proud of his flower garden. Fishing and hunting were his life long pleasures. He will be missed by all who knew him. Private Family Funeral Service in the JACKSON AND BARNARD FUNERAL HOME, 233 Larch St., Sunday, August 4th, 2002. Cremation in the Parklawn Crematorium. In lieu of flowers donations to Heart and Stroke Fund would be appreciated. (No Public Visitation).

CRAMER, Lila
Lila Cramer, at the St. Joseph General Hospital in Elliot Lake, on August 5th, 2002. Beloved wife of the late Douglas James Cramer. Loving mother of Sharon, Cora-Lee Larivière and Keith Cramer (Gloria) all of Elliot Lake. Dear grandmother of Douglas and Keegan Larivière and Douglas Cramer II. Dear sister of Ralph Miron (Violet) of Sudbury and the late Rose Richardson (George). Resting at the ELLIOT LAKE FUNERAL CHAPEL (705-848-9250), Thursday August 8th, 2002 from 12:00 p.m. until time of service at 2:00 p.m. from the funeral home. The Reverend Brian Bigelow officiating. Internment to follow in Woodlands Cemetery, Elliot Lake. Memorial contributions to the Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family.

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