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ONTARIO - Temiskaming - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 64

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Date: Tuesday, 23 August 2016, at 10:07 a.m.

Patrick John
(P.J.) Slaght

Patrick John (P.J.) Slaght died peacefully at his lakeside home in Little Current, with his family at his side, on October 2, 2005.
He was born in 1918 in Haileybury to Marjorie and Hugh Le Roy Slaght Q.C. He was raised in Haileybury, Simcoe and Hollywood, California. He attended Lakefield College and Pickering College.
Mr. Slaght worked at Hubert Fuels and owned Slaght Fuels. He was a reporter for the Cobalt Concentrate, worked for the Town of Cobalt as town clerk and treasurer, as well as Justice of the Peace.
Mr. Slaght was a founding member of the Cobalt Lions Club and was a member of the Cobalt Legion.
He loved to travel, write letters and do his family genealogy. In his later years he enjoyed sitting in his chair and watching sports and the boats passing by. His favourite song was The Cobalt Song and he also loved Christmas carols.
Mr. Slaght was predeceased by his parents; his first wife Christine (Teen) Stevens and second wife Stella Wilcox; sisters Marjorie, Barbara and Winifred; brothers Hugh and Elliot (Doc).
He is survived by his daughter Judy Nickle (Ron), sons Le Roy (Connie), Patrick (Bernice) and Doug (Anne), daughter Frani Yoshida (Ken) and many grandchildren, great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.
Cremation to take place and, at Mr. Slaght’s request, a small family grave side service will be held at the Cobalt Veterans Cemetery in Haileybury, followed by a reception for the public at the Cobalt Legion at 5 p.m. on Sunday, October 9.
Donations in lieu of flowers to the Parkinson’s Foundation, the Centennial Manor Electric Bed Fund or the Cobalt Legion would be appreciated by the family.

Barbara Joyce Brule

Barbara Joyce Brule died at the Timmins District Hospital on October 1, 2005 at the age of 69.
Mrs. Brule was born in Peterborough September 19, 1926 and most recently made her home at 100 Market Street, New Liskeard.
Mrs. Brule was predeceased by her parents George and Ellen Fraser.
She is survived by her children Danny (and Judy) Barker, Darlene Barker, Ralph Barker, Kenny Barker and Melody (and Marc) Ethier; grandchildren Chris, Amanda, Paige, Ian, Catherine, Chris, Natasha, Danny, Brandy, Jason and Dominic; and great-grandchildren Breanna, Jordan, Kelyanne and Braydon.
The funeral service was arranged by Buffam Leveille Funeral Home and held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Highway 11B, Edward Street, at Moore’s Cove in Haileybury on Wednesday, October 5 beginning at 10 a.m. Funeral service followed at the Church at 11 a.m. President Brad Sauvé officiated.
Interment will take place in the family plot at the Englehart Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to the Temiskaming Hospital CAT Scan Foundation will be gratefully acknowledged by the family.

James Michael Nichol

James Michael Nichol of New Liskeard died suddenly on September 10, 2005.
He was born in New Liskeard on February 3, 1937 to James and Phylis Nichol.
He was raised and educated in Kenabeek and on January 7, 1989 married Rollande Paul at St. Paul’s United Church in New Liskeard.
Mr. Nichol was a mechanic and truck driver for Mid North Containers for 13 years. His hobbies included hunting, fishing and gardening and for 38 years he was a pilot. He was also a Mason.
He was predeceased by his father James Nichol, mother Phylis (Janes) and brother Lawrence Nichol.
He is survived by his wife Rollande; children Rockie (Flora) and son Ryan of Edmonton, Kevin (Ann) and children Yen and Sara of Edmonton, Valerie (Dale) and son Michael of New Brunswick, Eugene (Kimberly) and sons Paul and Cody of Tennessee, Tammy (John) and children Kyle, Kevin and Andrew of London; brothers Fred (Velma Flood), Bill (Debbie Reckenburg) and Raymond (Jan Chandler) all of Kenabeek; sisters Grace (Joe Welch) of Holtyre, Mary (Percy Beneke) of New Liskeard, Jean (John Byerlay) of Kenabeek; and sister-in-law Joyce of Kenabeek.
Mr. Nichol is also survived by his stepson Richard (Melissa Lacarte) in Haileybury; stepdaughters Nicole (granddaughters Danielle and Keara) of Sudbury, Angèle (Eddie Spencer) of Kenora, and Sylvie of Sudbury; daughter-in-law Camille and children Mathieu and Melanie; mother-in-law Rachel Paul of New Liskeard; sisters-in-law Carmen (Aurel Boucher) from Nédlec, Quebec, Collette (Jacques Beausejour) from Marathon, Ghislaine (Jules Labonte) of New Liskeard; brothers-in-law Norman (Denise Villeneuve) of Hamilton, Aurèle of Val D’Or, Quebec, Gerry (Lorraine Cudmore) of Timmins, Uby (Cindy) of Grimsby, Ontario, Dennis (Rosa Robert) of Holtyre, Daniel (Peggy Cline) of Iroquois Falls, Camil (Karen Chevrier) of Val Gagne, Marcel (Rita Lambert) of Porcupine, Alban (Carole Lafrenière) of New Liskeard, Cyril (Helene Lebel) of Haileybury and Allain of Alberta; and many nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles.
Mr. Nichol was also predeceased by his father-in-law Leo Paul, brother-in-law Robert, sister-in-law Lise Foisy and niece Christina Lampman-Paul.
The funeral was arranged by Perrin Funeral Chapel in New Liskeard with the service conducted at St. Paul’s United Church by Reverend Kitty Miller on September 16.
Pallbearers were brothers-in-law Al, Camil, Danny, Cyril and Marcel Paul and Jules Labonte.
Burial is at Rosegrove Cemetery.

Benjamin Henry Kirkby

Long-time Gowganda resident Benjamin Henry Kirkby died September 23, 2005, at North Bay General Hospital at the age of 69.
He had suffered a stroke September 5, and had also suffered from Alzheimer’s disease for three years.
The son of John Kirkby and Orca Jibb, he was born in Thornloe May 8, 1936. He came to the Gowganda area from Kerns Township in the fall of 1956.
On May 25, 1957, he married Patricia McGann in Haileybury.
A firefighter and miner, he was also an avid hunter, angler and trapper, a volunteer firefighter, a Labour Day festivities organizer, and beloved grandfather.
Mr. Kirkby is survived by his wife, Patricia; daughter Bonnie (John) Trajkowicz, and sons Doyle and Michael. He is also survived by grandchildren Benjamin, Kayla, Erica, Mackenzie, Sheldon and Abaigail, and sisters Isabel Carleton, Bessie Mason, Donna Fader, Shirley Bowen, Margaret Bowen, and Evelyn Hunt.
He was predeceased by his parents and brothers Bob and Gary.
Cremation occurred at Forest Lawn Crematorium in North Bay.
No funeral was held at his request. A celebration of Mr. Kirkby’s life will be held October 29, 2005, at the Gowganda Community Recreation Association hall.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or Alzheimer Society.

Charles (Chuck) Breault

Charles (Chuck) Breault died on September 10, 2005 in Dymond Township at the age of 30.
He was born in Haileybury on February 5, 1975 to Rene Breault and Diane Chartrand.
Mr. Breault was a long hole diamond driller for Kirkland Lake Gold.
Charles Breault was an accomplished black belt in Karate, Sensei, rock climber and loved hunting and fishing.
Mr. Breault is survived by his parents Rene Breault and Diane Chartrand, his wife Tanya Jepsen and sisters Yvette Letellier (Al), Marie Jeanne Breault Elliot (Don), Loretta Woolley (Kevin), Carole Denis (Norm) and brother Yves Breault (Trina).
Mr. Breault is also survived by in-laws Peter and Hilda Jepsen and sister in law Cynthia Jepsen.
Also surviving Mr. Breault are many nieces and nephews Anne -Marie, Amy Jane(great niece), Lynne, Ashley, Xavier, Oliver, Meaghan, Patrick, Vicki, Shelby, Gabriel, Nicholas, Madison, Sophie, and Nadia.
Funeral arrangements were made by Perrin Funeral Chapel in New Liskeard with the service conducted by Kitty Miller.
Pallbearers were Rene Breault, Yves Breault, Peter Jepsen, Dan Lavoie, Jason Pelchat, and Nelson Marriott.
Cremation has occurred.
Relatives and friends attending the service were from Montana, Timmins, Ottawa and Calgary.

Alice Pelletier

Alice Pelletier (nee Buckwald), wife of the late Harmes Pelletier, died on September 16, 2005 at Temiskaming Hospital in her 77th year.
She is survived by her daughters Donna Pelletier, Wendy Boucher; grandchildren Sarena Pelletier, Nathaniel Boucher; her mother Esther Buckwald, her brothers Oral and Willard Buckwald, her sister Shirley Kennedy.
Alice was predeceased by her husband Harmes Pelletier, her father Walter Buckwald, four sisters: Dorothy Myles, Dorris Murray, Mildred Twa, Mona Kutchaw and brother Allan Buckwald.
Alice was born in Eganville, Ontario June 15, 1928. She attended Teachers College in Mattawa, Ontario and during that time met Harmes Pelletier. They married in 1955.
In 1946, she began teaching in a one-room school house in Lorrainville, Ontario. She then went to Haileybury Public School and dedicated 35 years of teaching service.
Alice was a very Christian woman, member of St. Andrew’s United Church in Haileybury all her life, participated in their choir, as well as the New Liskeard Community Choir and taught Sunday School.
Her determination and will to live was extraordinary as she made an 80 per cent recovery from a stroke and heart problems in 1994. During the 12 years after her recovery, she spent much time with friends going over memories with family, she travelled, she loved to play her organ, sing hymns and read the bible; and she immensely enjoyed her grandchildren. Alice was always dedicated and determined to keep learning.
She will always remain close in our hearts and will never be forgotten.
The Pelletier Family received friends at the Buffam Léveillé Funeral Home in Haileybury Sunday, September 18, 2005. Funeral services were held from St. Andrews United Church Haileybury, Monday, September 19, 2005 at 2 p.m. Reverend Kitty Miller officiated.
Interment followed in the family plot at Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Haileybury.
Memorial contributions to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Canadian Cancer Society would be gratefully acknowledged.

James Michael Nichol

James Michael Nichol of New Liskeard died suddenly on September 10, 2005.
He was born in New Liskeard on February 3, 1937 to James and Phylis Nichol.
He was raised and educated in Kenabeek and on January 7, 1989 married Rollande Paul at St. Paul’s United Church in New Liskeard.
Mr. Nichol was a mechanic and truck driver for Mid North Containers for 13 years. His hobbies included hunting, fishing and gardening and for 38 years he was a pilot. He was also a Mason.
He is survived by his wife Rollande; children Rockie (Flora) and son Ryan of Edmonton, Kevin (Ann) and children Yen and Sara of Edmonton, Valerie (Dale) and son Michael of New Brunswick, Eugene (Kimberly) and sons Paul and Cody of Tennessee, Tammy (John) and children Kyle, Kevin and Andrew of London; brothers Fred (Velma Flood), Bill (Debbie Reckenburg) and Raymond (Jan Chandler) all of Kenabeek; sisters Grace (Joe Welch) of Holtyre, Mary (Percy Beneke) of New Liskeard, Jean (John Byerlay) of Kenabeek; and sister-in-law Joyce of Kenabeek.
Mr. Nichol is also survived by his stepson Richard (Melissa Lacarte) in Haileybury; stepdaughters Nicole (granddaughters Danielle and Keara) of Sudbury, Angèle (Eddie Spencer) of Kenora, and Sylvie of Sudbury; daughter-in-law Camille and children Mathieu and Melanie; mother-in-law Rachel Paul of New Liskeard; sisters-in-law Carmen (Aurel Boucher) from Nédelec, Quebec, Collette (Jacques Beausejour) from the Maritimes, Ghislaine (Jules Labonte) of New Liskeard; brothers-in-law Norman (Denise Villeneuve) of Hamilton, Aurèle of Val D’Or, Quebec, Gerry (Lorraine Cudmore) of Timmins, Uby (Cindy) of Grimsby, Ontario, Dennis (Rosa Robert) of Holtyre, Daniel (Peggy Cline) of Iroquois Falls, Camil (Karen Chevrier) of Val Gagne, Marcel (Rita Lambert) of Porcupine, Alban (Carole Lafrenière) of New Liskeard, Cyril (Helene Lebel) of Haileybury and Allain of Alberta; and many nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles.
Mr. Nichol was predeceased by his father-in-law Leo Paul, brother-in-law Robert, sister-in-law Lise Foisy and niece Christina Lampman-Paul.
The funeral was arranged by Perrin Funeral Chapel in New Liskeard with the service conducted at St. Paul’s United by Reverend Kitty Miller on September 16.
Pallbearers were brothers-in-law Al, Camil, Danny, Cyril and Marcel Paul and Jules Labonte.
Burial is at Rosegrove Cemetery.

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