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Date: Thursday, 26 May 2016, at 1:32 a.m.

Rose Ann Hudson (Clark)

August 31, 1905 - September 29, 2003

Mrs. Rose Ann Hudson quietly passed from this life, Sept. 29/03 in her 98th year. She had resided at Pinecrest Home for the past several years.

Our mother was born in London, England Aug. 31, 1905 and came to Canada with her parents as a young child. In March of 1924, she was married to Cecil T. Hudson, son of well-known local building contractor, Gordon H. Hudson.

Rose is survived by two sons, Don (Astrid) and Tom (Irene) and one daughter Kathleen (George) Baletki. Also three grandsons: Jim Baletki, Bruce Hudson, Kenneth (Joyce) Hudson and three granddaughters: Carolyn Hudson, Barbara (Will) Voigt, Sheila (Dorn) Crowe. Also four great grandsons: Rob Stewart, Chris Stewart, Tim Crowe, Patrick Hudson and one great granddaughter, Amy Crowe. A brother, Robert (Mullie) Clark also survives.

She was predeceased by her husband Cecil in 1981. Predeceased also by her parents, Gertrude and Sidney Clark, a brother William (Bill) Clark, and a sister Winnifred (James) McKay and most recently by her sister Gertrude Smith of Red Lake, Ont.

Several relatives in Los Angeles, CA and in England, along with numerous nephews and nieces, survive.

In accordance with her wishes, there will be no Service. Immediate cremation.

At this time, family wish to thank the staff of Pinecrest Home for their care of Mom over the past few years.

"Imagine yourself standing by the sea shore and a ship at your side spreads her white sails to the morning breeze and starts out on the blue ocean. She is an object of beauty and strength, and as you stand and watch she is a speck of white cloud just where sea and sky mingle with each other.

And then in that moment someone at your side says, there - there she's gone.

Gone where - gone - from our sight - that is all.

She's just as large in mast, in hull and spars. She's just as able to bear her load of living weight to her destined harbour.

Her diminished size is in us - not in her.

Just at that moment when someone at our side says, - there - she's gone, other eyes are watching her coming.

Other voices are taking up the glad shout, there - there she comes."

Proverbs Chapter 31 - Verse 31:

"Give her of the fruit of her hands; and let her own works praise her in the gates."

"May you Rest in Peace, Mother."

Rowland Peter Shebagagit

Mr. Rowland Peter Shebagagit, a resident of Nestor Falls, Ontario, passed away on October 02, 2003.

A full and complete obituary to follow.

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Martin Assin

Martin Assin passed away on September 09, 2003.

A full and complete obituary to follow.

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Georgina Margaret Calder (nee Munroe)

On September 6, 2003, after a lengthy illness, Georgina Margaret Calder (Munroe) passed away peacefully at the Lake of the Woods District Hospital.

Georgina was born in Kenora on September 16, 1930. She was predeceased by her parents Grace and Earle Munroe.

She leaves to mourn her devoted husband of 53 years, William (Bill) Calder. Georgina was a loving sister and friend to brother, Les Munroe, wife Edith of Hamilton and sister, Gail Ross, husband David of Kenora. She will be greatly missed by niece Jennifer Ross and nephews Earle Munroe of Burlington; Duncan Calder (Inger), their children Sean, Matthew, Christy; Robert Calder (Maureen), their children Scott and Robert. Also surviving, Aunt Mary Louise Thompson of Lockport, New York, cousins Irene Hunter, Barbara Campbell, Sandra Wyenberg and families. There was also a special place in her heart for the children of Dorothy and Don Beach; Jamie, Kim, Laurel and Margaret.

Georgina ended a long career in accounting with the Kenora Children's Aid Society as a statistician. She was a member of the Kinettes and Shrine Ladies, a Past President of the Kenora Business Girls' Curling Club and Business Girls' Golf Club. Her concern for women's issues lead to becoming a charter member of the Business and Professional Women's Organization and spending several years on the Ontario Council for Women. She also sat on the Board for Legal Aid.

Georgina was a person with great dignity and fortitude, who faced adversity with courage. She had a wonderful sense of humour and enjoyed life to the fullest. Her zest for life included cruising on Lake of the Woods in the LuJan, spending time with friends, golfing, curling, bowling, cooking and reading. Many wonderful winters were spent in Florida with Bill. She always enjoyed the companionship of her animals, most recently Sunshine and Lady Jane.

Cremation has taken place. A Memorial Service will be held at St. Alban's Cathedral, September 15, 2003 at 2:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or Lake of the Woods CT Scanner Fund.

Appreciation is extended to the Staff at Birchwood Terrace, second and third floor Nurses at Lake of the Woods District Hospital and family doctor, Murray Workman for their care and compassion.

Her love, friendship and her laughter will be greatly missed.

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Memorial Service

September 15, 2003 at 2:30 p.m.

St. Alban's Cathedral

Robert Cecil MacDonell

Bob passed away peacefully on September 10, 2003.

He is survived by his loving wife Marion, of fifty-eight years, his daughter Peggy (Jim) Mills, son Duncan (Eleanor) and grandchildren, Maureen, Jim, Duncan, Pam and Ellie. He leaves to mourn his brother, Malcolm of Kenora, Ontario.

He was predeceased by his parents, James and Christina, sisters, Catherine and Edna and brothers, James, Andrew and Allan.

Bob was born August 9, 1915, in Kenora, Ontario and began clerking in logging camps in 1932. He served in the Royal Canadian Air Force in Egypt in the Second World War returning to Vancouver where he met, fell in love with and married Mom.

Returning to Kenora, he resumed employment with the Ontario Minnesota Pulp and Paper Company in its purchased timber program. He retired as Woodlands Manager for Boise Cascade Canada in 1975 and enjoyed a long and happy retirement in the Kenora area.

Bob served on municipal council for the Town of Kenora, was a Past Master of Peguonga Lodge No. 414 and was an Elder of Knox United Church.

Bob was proud of his roots and had an abiding interest in the lives of his children and grandchildren and a love of the Lake of the Woods and its history.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a charity of one's choice.

A Memorial Service will be held on Friday September 12, 2003 at 2:00 p.m. at Brown Funeral Home, Kenora, Ontario.

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Memorial Service

Friday, September 12, 2003 2 p.m.

Brown Funeral Home

Andrew Babiachuk

On September 10, 2003 after a brief illness, Andrew Babiachuk passed away peacefully at the Pinecrest Home for the Aged.

Andrew was born in Ukraine on July 27, 1922. He was predeceased by his parents and infant brother.

He leaves to mourn his devoted wife of 57 years, Rita Babiachuk; his children Tamara (Gary) Roulston, Rita Babiachuk Jr. and Michael (Donna) Babiachuk. Also surviving are grandchildren Michelle (Kevin) Phillipow, Travis Babiachuk, Bailey and Cameron Thorpe; great-grandsons Nicholas and Daniel Phillipow.

Andrew served in the Russian Army under the tank corps which invaded Berlin where through the course of his service in Germany he met the love of his life Rita Helm. They were married, had their eldest daughter and immigrated to Canada in August of 1954. Andrew worked a few odd jobs before becoming employed as an electrician with Shane Electric and later with the O & M Pulp and Paper Company until his retirement.

Andre enjoyed puttering around his yard, tending to his and Rita's garden and walking his faithful companion Caleob. Later on, he took great delight in skunking his son-in-law, Gary, in card games as well as enjoying his families visits.

Cremation has taken place. A family graveside burial will take place at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Lake of the Woods CT Scanner Fund.

Appreciation is extended to the staff of Pinecrest Home Unit 2, for all of their compassion and care of our Papa, and to Father Al for all his kind words of support and blessings.

On Line Condolences may be made at kcfh@voyageur.ca

Kenora Community Funeral Home

547-6000

Family graveside burial at a later date.

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