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Obituaries

HOW, Muriel A.

HOW, Muriel A.

After a happy and adventurous life, it is with great sadness to announce the passing of Muriel Alison How, while in the great care of the Hull Hospital, on Tuesday, November 7, 2023. Muriel was the mother to her son Roderick (Tena) and grandmother...

OSLER, Robert Erwin

OSLER, Robert Erwin

It is with great sadness we announce Robert (Bob) Erwin Osler passed away on October 10, 2023, at the age of 93. He was predeceased by his parents, Erwin Ralston Osler and Mary Cecelia Jane (Livingstone) Osler, and his brother, Neil Thomas Osler....

MOORE, Eileen

MOORE, Eileen

Born February 2, 1949 to Edith Catherine Halley and John Milton Reilly, Eileen, her older sister Lynn and cousin Tommy were raised on the family farm in beautiful Rupert among a close-knit community of family and friends. Though she traveled around...

WHITE, Angus (Gus)

WHITE, Angus (Gus)

It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Angus (Gus) White, on September 30, 2023, in Calgary, Alberta. Angus was born in Wakefield on October 4, 1939, later settling in Chelsea and opening White’s Garage. In 1978, the family moved to...

GAINSFORD BROWN, Lola

GAINSFORD BROWN, Lola

Her passing in her sleep was a blessing for the kindness freely given to all during her life! Lola would like to let you know that her work here is done and her wish was granted to join the family members, friends, and FUR babies gone before her....

BRUNKE-DONOVAN, Annie

BRUNKE-DONOVAN, Annie

Thank you for your kind wishes and condolences. They brought comfort and peace to our hearts. The Donovan Family

PHILLIPS, Rodney

PHILLIPS, Rodney

Rodney was born March 14, 1932 in Ottawa, child of Elias and Mabella. He passed quietly at home on August 22, 2023 in his 91st year. His wife Victoria lovingly and faithfully cared for him in the past years. Rodney was a longtime resident of...

MILLER, Ian

MILLER, Ian

It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Ian Miller, born July 2nd, 1949 in Toronto, Ontario, who passed away at the Wakefield Hospital on June 18, 2023 at the age of 73. Ian was a loving husband to Mary for over 40 years and was the...

LESLIE, Darrel Francis

LESLIE, Darrel Francis

Darrel, fondly known as “Luke”, was born to Arvine and Beverly Leslie, on May 8th, 1954 in Ottawa, ON. He was an avid fisherman and hunter who loved the outdoors. Darrel is survived by his three children, Teri (Dave), Sarah and Kaitlin (John) and...

PELISSIER, France Gagnon

PELISSIER, France Gagnon

France Gagnon Pelissier, aged 69, passed peacefully on July 20th, 2023.  France was born at home in St Raphaël on January 3 rd , 1954 to her loving parents Gisèle Asselin and Alphonse Gagnon.  As she grew, she developed a life-long love...

DAVIDSON, Audrey Viola

DAVIDSON, Audrey Viola

Loving widow of Gerald Davidson, mother of Gary, Alan, Donna, Nancy, and Kirk, and cherished grandmother and great-grandmother. On July 26, 2023, in her 100th year, Audrey passed away peacefully. There will be a committal ceremony at the Rupert...

CROSS, Lawrence Homer

CROSS, Lawrence Homer

Peacefully, with family by his side, at Governor's Walk retirement residence, Ottawa in his 97th year. Cherished husband of Dorothy Walsh for 70 years. Proud Dad of Marilyn Mullen (late David), late son David (Barbara) and Dwight (Marleine). Dear...

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