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ONTARIO - Kenora - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 38

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Date: Thursday, 26 May 2016, at 1:36 a.m.

Anna Linnea King

Anna Linnea King, a resident of Kenora, Ontario, passed away on November 06, 2003 at Lake of the Woods District Hospital with her family by her side.

Mom was born March 16, 1918 in Kenora, Ontqrio.

Anna was predeceased by her mother and father Olaf and Sally Martinson, her husband Sidney King, brother Oscar Martinson and son-in-law Art LeMay.

She will be lovingly missed by her four children, Linda (Stan) VanDerMeulen, Hope, B.C., Signe (Mel) Lacombe, Len King, Ron (Shelly) King, all of Kenora; grandsons Landon (Betty) LeMay, Hope, B.C., Brad Lacombe, Kenora. Also left to cherish Anna's memory are great granddaughters Jordynn Rowley, Allie LeMay, Lindsay LeMay, Hope, B.C.; great grandsons Tyler and Jayson Lacombe of Owen Sound and sister Ethel Morrison, Hampton, N.B.

Mom thoroughly enjoyed gardening, flowers (she had quite a green thumb), crocheting and knitting.

A Memorial Service will be held at Brown Funeral Home & Cremation Centre on Wednesday, November 12, 2003 at 1:00 p.m. with Rev. Cathy Giroux, interment to follow at Lake of Woods Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Brad Lacombe, Warren Cederwall, Kirk James, Tom James, Gary Wiebe and Randy Lozenski.

A special thanks to nurses and staff 2nd floor of Lake of the Woods Hospital, Drs. Thomas and Bowerman, Brown Funeral Home & Cremation Centre and all of the Pallbearers.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Anna's memory may be made to acharity of one's choice.

BROWN FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION CENTRE

ENTRUSTED WITH ARRANGEMENTS.

Memorial Service - Wednesday, November 12, 2003

1:00 p.m. at Brown Funeral Home & Cremation Centre

Sybil Edmondson

Mrs. Sybil Edmondson, aged 86 years, a resident of Pinecrest Home for the Aged, passed away on

Saturday, November 15th, 2003 at the Lake of the Woods District Hospital, Kenora, Ontario.

Born on April 16th, 1917 in Kenora to Thomas and Isabella Sinclair.

She received her education in local schools. Sybil married the love of her life Leonard Edmondson on September 12th, 1938. A life long resident of Kenora, she resided in the Gardener House for 17 years and was actively involved in all social and charitable activities. She was a devoted family person, spending most of her time with relatives and in particular Friday lunches with granddaughter Kimberly.

Left to cherish her memories are son Brian and wife Margaret of Kenora, grandchildren Kimberly (Eric) Smith of Kenora, David (Kathy) Edmondson of Comox, BC, Wendy McAllister of Toronto, and Vivien (Graham) McTavish of Calgary, AB, and great-grandchildren Ethan, Julia, Iain, and Anna. Also survived by sister Isabel Kearney of Kenora.

Predeceased by her husband Leonard in 1986, parents Thomas and Isabella Sinclair, nine sisters, and one brother.

A memorial service for Mrs. Sybil Edmondson, will be held at Pinecrest Home for the Aged, on Thursday, November 20th, 2003 at 11 a.m. with Pastor Rob Wittmeier officiating. Private family interment in Lake of the Woods Cemetery.

As expressions of sympathy, donations may be made to the Ladies Auxiliary of Pinecrest Home for the Aged.

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

Kenora Community Funeral Home

547-6000

Memorial Service

Thursday, November 20th, 2003 at 11 a.m. Pinecrest Home for the Aged

Louise Marie Hill

Louise Marie Hill passed away on Saturday,

November 22, 2003 at Lake of the Woods District Hospital at the age of 83, following a lengthy illness.

Louise was born in St. Jean Baptiste, Manitoba on February 15, 1920 to Donat & Helene Beaudette - she was one of thirteen children.

Louise is survived by her loving husband Stuart Hill, daughter Marie Ross (Guy), four grandchildren Donald (Leslie), Michael, Marc and Nicole Ross, three great grandchildren Jessica, Brandon & Kristin Ross. Also surviving are her three sisters and two brothers, Olive (Nick) Seniw, Annette Vermette, Irene Turcotte, Matt Beaudette and Paul (Audrey) Beaudette, also many nieces, nephews and cousins, sisters-in-law Renee & Kay Beaudette and brothers-in-law Hank Zwerick and Andre Marion.

She was predeceased by both her parents Helene (Nov. 11, 1970) and Donat (Nov. 23, 1981), first husband Hector Turcotte (Sept. 5, 1985), grandson, Guy Ross Jr. (Dec. 10, 1974), three brothers Art, Andre & Leon, four sisters Alma Vermette, Theresa Marion, Jeanine Zwerick and Rose Barnabe, sister-in-law Florence Beaudette and Agnes Beaudette, brothers-in-law Aime Barnabe, Henry Turcotte, Leo Vermette & Joe Vermette.

Louise was employed at the Sanitarium at St. Boniface in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Louise and Hector were married in 1941, they moved to the

farming community of Barwick, Ontario. She worked alongside her husband as a co-owner of Vet's Taxi in Kenora until 1973 and from there she went to work at the Kenricia Coffee Shop retiring in 1987.

Louise remarried in May of 1987 to Stuart Hill, they enjoyed travelling together, especially down east to visit nieces and some sightseeing in the states.

Her special gift of life was seen in her beautiful flowers and gardens around their home. She had a genuine "Green Thumb".

Louise was a very kind, soft spoken and gentle person. Her special gifts of patience and giving were the order of the day. All these special qualities were directed to anyone that had the good fortune of coming in contact with her.

She was a former member of the C.W.L. Her pride and joy were her

gorgeous knitted baby outfits, mittens, sweaters and delicious baking she donated to their Teas. She was also a wonderful seamstress, making most of her daughter's clothing when she was younger.

There will be a visitation at Brown Funeral Home & Cremation Centre Wednesday, November 26, 2003 from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.

Funeral Services will be held on Thursday, November 27, 2003 at 10:00 a.m. at the Notre Dame Roman Catholic Church with Father Alan Campeau. Interment to follow at Lake of the Woods Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Donald, Michael, Marc & Nicole Ross, Dennis Beaudette and Sylvio Turcotte.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Lake of the Woods District Hospital, 21 Sylvan Street West, Kenora, Ontario P9N 3W7.

BROWN FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION CENTRE

ENTRUSTED WITH ARRANGEMENTS.

Funeral Services

Thursday, November 27, 2003 at 10 a.m.

Notre Dame Roman Catholic Church

Henry Casper Jensson

It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden tragic passing of Henry Casper Jensson on November 23, 2003. He was 75 years old. His dog Rex, his best companion, died by his side.

Henry was born to Casper and Clara Jensson on November 4, 1928 in Baudette, Minnesota. He lived his entire life on his farm in McInnes Creek, 15 miles north of Rainy River. He attended Spohn #1 school. He started farming at a young age and farmed until he retired at age 65. He married Katherine Gibbons in 1962. She passed away July 9, 2000.

He was a patient mild mannered man. He loved to talk to people. Everyone he visited with was made to feel welcome. Conversations were interesting as he knew the happenings of the world. He understood people. Common sense and practicality was his approach to life and dealing with others.

Farming necessitated him to develop many skills. Mechanically inclined he repaired his own machinery. He had a sawmill where he cut and sawed lumber. He was his own carpenter, building whatever was required for the farm. He cleared land off his 600 acre farm providing fields for crops and hay for his hereford cattle. For farmers in the area he hauled cattle. During winter months he spent some time harvesting wood. He had a trap line and cabin. Lake of the Woods was a source of pleasure as he loved fishing and taking people out on the lake.

His pride and joy was his son and family. In his later years he often drove to Keewatin to visit them and his sisters. All of his family considered a visit to Henry's farm a very special treat.

Henry will be sadly missed by his only child Hugh, his daughter-in-law Aurea (Dufresne), grandchildren April, Rochelle, Jake and Nicholas; his sisters Ilene Grouda Sutherland (Don), Caroline (Bill) Gate, Aunt Stella Jensson, numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. His favourite roll was Grandpa. He goes to join his beloved parents, his sisters, Doris Daignault and Viola Jensson (Wall-Minchau).

A celebration of Henry's life will be held Monday December 1, 2003 at 1 p.m. at the McInnes Creek Chapel.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the McInnes Creek Chapel, c/o Vivian Locking, Box 513, Rainy River, Ontario P0W 1L0.

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

Kenora Community Funeral Home

547-6000

A Celebration of Life

Monday, December 1, 2003 at 1 p.m.

McInnes Creek Chapel

Alice May Livingstone

In Loving Memory of Alice May Livingstone

Alice was born in Kenora on June 15, 1928, the youngest daughter of Percy Graham Grafham and Jessie May Campbell. Spending all of her childhood years in the Kenora area, she attended local schools and churches there. Alice graduated from Kenora District High school, and was confirmed at the local Lutheran Church. She met Allan Livingstone in 1946 when he returned from serving overseas during WW2. They were married in August of 1947. Together they raised four children, Colleen, Curtis, Craig and Colin at various locations throughout Northwestern Ontario. When Allan had to move for employment reasons, Alice would pack up their children and belongings and move to a new home. But different surroundings did not hinder her, as she would adapt rather quickly, making new friends, usually by making friends with their pets first. She loved animals, and enjoyed warm days in the sun. Their home on the lake at Perrault Falls was a favorite of hers. Moving to Vermilion Bay for health reasons, they spent the last seven years there.

Alice enjoyed gardening, taking care of her flowers and yard, as well as playing bingo with friends and neighbors she met in the Vermilion Bay area.

She passed away on November 3, 2003, and will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved her.

Alice was predeceased by her parents, husband Alan on April 19, 2003, and several siblings a number of years ago.

She is survived by her daughter Colleen Livingstone of Eagle River, sons, Curtis Livingstone of Kenora, Craig (Dianne) Livingstone of Redwing, Minnesota, USA and Colin Livingstone of Vermilion Bay. She will also be sadly missed by her grandchildren, Allan, Todd, Patricia, Amber, Sean, Shannon, Michelle, and Miranda. Great-grandchildren Brian, Brenden, Alexandra, and Gabriel. Also surviving are her sisters Jenny Handke of Maple Ridge, B.C., and Isabel Trelevan of Calgary, AB., and numerous nieces and nephews.

A Private Memorial Service was held for Alice Livingstone at the Dryden Community Funeral Home on November 7, 2003 with Mr. John Mulders officiating. Interment of ashes followed at the Vermilion Bay Cemetery.

If friends so desire, donations may be made to Northern Cancer Research through the Dryden Community Funeral Home, 249 Grand Trunk Ave,. Dryden, ON P8N 2X3.

Expressions of sympathy may be sent to dcfh@mail.drytel.net subject heading: Alice Livingstone.

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