Stuart Arthur Martin
January 2, 1920 - September 11, 2003
On September 11, 2003, after a brief illness, Stuart A. Martin passed away peacefully at the Lake of the Woods District Hospital with his family at his side.
Stu was born in St. Marys, Ontario to William and Jane Martin. He was one of 7 boys and had 1 sister. He was an avid sportsman and animal lover. He had interests in mining and farming.
Stu married Bernice Leslie (Deceased 1951) and had 2 daughters, Dianne and Sharron. In 1940 he enlisted with the Perth Regiment and served 4 years in the United Kingdom, Continental Europe and the Central Mediterranean.
Stu retired from the Department of Indian Affairs after 25 years of service, in 1985. In 1986 Stu was elected to the Board of Cameron Bay Children's Centre. As chair of the Building Committee he was instrumental in the development of the centre itself and in his honour, the children's playground there was dedicated to Stuart in 1996. His tireless efforts on behalf of the children and families in the Kenora area will long be remembered.
Stu was predeceased by his parents and by his brothers Ken, Ronald, Rusty and Bill.
He leaves to mourn his wife Kay; daughters Dianne (Garron) Tintinelli, Sharron (Ron) Mills, Kathy (Dan) Bryck and Stephanie (Steve) Marshall. He will be missed by grandchildren Erin and Kevin Marshall, Kaitlin and Adam Bryck, Janice, Gary and Pam Mills, Terry and Trisha Tintinelli and 11 great-grandchildren.
Funeral Mass will be held on Saturday September 13, 2003 at 11 a.m. in St. Louis Roman Catholic Church, Keewatin. Prayers will be held on Friday September 12, 2003 in the Kenora Community Funeral Home at 7 p.m.
If friends so desire, in lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals through the Kenora and District Humane Society, 124 Chipman St., Kenora P9N 4E4.
The family would like to extend their heartfelt appreciation to Dr. W. Loewen and the nurses in ICU and 3rd floor at Lake of the Woods District Hospital for their care and compassion.
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Kenora Community Funeral Home
Sat. Sept. 13, 2003 at 11 a.m.
St. Louis Roman Catholic Church, Keewatin
June 16, 1915-Sept. 3, 2003
Margaret was born in Washagamis Bay F.N. Kenora, Ontario and resided in West Vancouver, B.C. since 1959, passed away suddenly at St. Paul's Hospital in Vancouver, Sept. 3, 2003. Margaret is survived by her family, nephew Alfred Sinclair (Stella) of Washagamis Bay, F.N., children Ashley and Carolyn (Daughter Keyanna) Sinclair. Nieces Irene Margaret Langlois and (Floyd Gibbins) of Rat Portage F.N. children Leona (son Tanner) and Bobby Ivan Langlois. Niece Pamela Sinclair-Karney (Rudy) Children Dawn, Lisa Marie (Son Jesse) and Clarence (Daughter Danielle) Sinclair. Great grand nephews, Louie, Vernon, Garnet Ogemah. Great Grand nieces, Cynthia, Genevieve, Sally Ogemah. Nephew George Sinclair and family, niece Linda Wasaykeesic and family, niece Esther Bunn and Family. Donald Sinclair and family. Numerous other nieces and extended members. Extended family, Verna Paypom of Washagamis F.N., Clifford (Janet) Skead of Rat Portage, Jim Williams of Shoal Lake F.N.
Margaret was predeceased by her mother, Maggie Cheena Sinclair, her father George Sinclair, sister May Williams, brothers John, Frank, Joe and Alex Sinclair.
Margaret Sinclair, our dear Auntie, worked all her life for Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Morland in West Vancouver. Margaret loved her solitude and enjoyed visits from her nieces and nephews.
At Margaret's request viewing was attended by nephew Alfred Sinclair and nieces Irene Langlois and Pamela Sinclair-Karney on September 8, 2003. Immediate cremation was requested by our aunt.
Memorial Services will be announced and will be at Washagamis Bay F.N. at a later date.
In loving memory to our dear aunt and grandmother Elsie Redsky who peacefully past away early Saturday morning, September 13, 2003 at the Lake of the Woods Hospital.
Elsie who was born November 1, 1935 was predeceased by her loving husband Harvey Redsky and her two sons Paul and Micheal and her parents Ernest Fair and May Fair (Penace) and her sisters Evelyn Fair and Mary Edith Fair. She leaves to cherish her memory her loving sister Esther Fair and her brother, Alfred Fair.
Her nieces and nephew Pauline (Heather), Shelley (Ron), Priscilla (Gabriel), Tina, Edie (Roger) and Paul (Joanne), her grandsons, Clifford, Tyrone, Alec, Stanford, Brandon, Paul, Grant and great grandsons, Ace Ford, James Fair, granddaughters, Melissa Fair and Chasity Fair, and numerous nephews, nieces, grandchildren, great grandchildren.
The family would like to thank the nurses on third floor for taking such good care of Elsie.
She loved gardening, cooking, baking and card games.
Wake services will be held at Shoal Lake Gymnasium, Tuesday, September 16, and funeral services will be held Wednesday, September 17, 2003.
The family would also like to thank all who came to visit Elsie on her final days at the hospital.
Brown Funeral Home and Cremation Centre entrusted with funeral arrangement.
Wed., Sept 17, 2003
Frances Marta Leroux
Frances passed away peacefully on September 17 after a brief illness at Lake of the Woods District Hospital.
Frances was predeceased by her husband Henry, and her parents Oscar and Lenia Svensson.
She is survived by her children David (Julie Clarke) and Irene (Norm) Richards, stepchildren Marlene (David Brannick) and Gordon (Jeannie) Leroux.
Her grandchildren Mandie and Ryan Leroux, Matt, Mike, and Mark Richards; and Debbie (John) Wisniewski, great grandchildren Chad and Kimberly.
Brothers Henry (Ingrid) and James, and sister Norma (Earl), and numerous nieces and nephews.
Frances also leaves behind the love of her life "Meeko" ("Snookums"), her dog.
Frances will be sadly missed by all who knew her.
Sincere thanks to Dr. Bowerman, Spielman, Beveridge, and all the nurses on the third floor at Lake of the Woods District Hospital.
Memorial service at Brown Funeral Home on Tuesday, Sept. 23/03 at 10:00 a.m. Luncheon to follow at Brown Funeral Home & Cremation Centre.
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Tues., Sept. 23/03 at 10 a.m.
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Fishing on Lake of the Woods will improve significantly with the loss of Kelvin Leydier. Whether he was guiding tourists or spending time with his many friends, a trip on the lake always left it with fewer pickerel.
Kelvin died Tuesday due to complications from a heart attack he suffered six days before. He was 54.
The lake was Kelvin's home and playground. He knew it so well, he found his way after dark by the treetops.
Meeting Kelvin always left an impression. He was the life of any party and the most loyal friend. He was loved not only by his family and friends in Kenora, but many people in Winnipeg and throughout the United States.
For 21 years Kelvin owned Hinton's Mens and Boys Wear on Second Street South, but he spent as little time there as possible. He preferred being outdoors and took great pride in his contracting work building decks, docks and summer homes. He enjoyed pointing out the work he'd done along the lake from his boat.
Kelvin was extremely proud of his children Kelly, a journalist in Thunder Bay, and Kyle, who works in the film industry in Vancouver. He loved them more than he could ever express.
Born Aug. 1, 1949 to Joyce and the late Wilf Leydier, Kelvin was the eldest of seven children. Like their brother, Dennis (Pat), Lynn (Ian) Rioch, Colin (Val) and Maurice have spent their lives in Kenora. Dawn lives in Thunder Bay and Dale (Danielle) lives in Saskatchewan.
Kelvin had many nieces and nephews. He had a special place in his heart for Justin who worked in his store and spent many hours by his side.
He also loved his two cats, "The Boos."
This summer, Kelvin lost his dear friend and fishing partner "Jimmy" Fenelon.
Though Kelvin's life was far too short, he lived it his way.
A party will be held in Kelvin's honour Friday at the Kenora Curling Club from 4-8 p.m.
Instead of flowers, please donate to the Lake of the Woods District Hospital Foundation, 21 Sylvan St., RR 1, Kenora, Ont., P9N 9Z9. Specify the funds are for angiogram and related equipment.
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A party in Kelvin's honour at Kenora Curling Club
Friday, Sept. 19, 2003
4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Wesley A. Campbell
Mr. Wesley Allan Campbell, a resident of Kenora, Ontario, passed away at Lake of the Woods District Hospital on Thursday, September 18, 2003 peacefully after a lengthy illness with cancer with his family a his side.
He was born September 21, 1916 in Kenora, Ontario. Wes was predeceased by his wife Evelyn, parents Angus and Mabel Lena Campbell, brothers George, Everett, sister Marion Eikre and son, Allan.
Wes was educated in Kenora, after finishing school Wes decided to join the Army with his brother George. During his time in the army Wes belonged to the Royal Canadian Electrical Mechanical Engineers. When Wes returned from the army he became a conductor with the Canadian Pacific Railway. During his travels with the C.P.R Wes met and married Evelyn, settling down in Kenora where they raised their two children. Within the C.P.R. Wes changed his profession from conductor to trainman, staying on as a trainman until his retirement in 1981.
Wes was a member of Royal Canadian Legion Branch #12 which he thoroughly enjoyed. He was very proud of his yard, an avid gardener, spending hours tending to the care of his yard.
He leaves to mourn his daughter Marilyn (Chris) Blackhawk, their children Christopher and grandson David (Sheri) McNeill, their children Danial, Sarah, Dylan and Jake, his sisters Doreen (Ed) Barnard, Marjorie Gutknecht.
Memorial Service will be held on Wednesday, September 24, 2003 at 11:00 a.m. at Brown Funeral Home and Cremation Centre with Eric Matheson officiating, with interment to follow at Lake of the Woods Cemetery. Luncheon to follow at the Kenora Legion
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Lake of the Woods District Hospital CT Scanner Fund, 21 Wolsley Street, Kenora, Ontario P9N 3W7.
BROWN FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATION CENTRE ENTRUSTED WITH ARRANGEMENTS.
Wed. Sept. 24/03 at 11 a.m.
Brown Funeral Home and Cremation Centre