Daniel Calvin Moon
(1936 - 2003)
On November 6 after an arduous eleven month battle with ALS, Daniel Moon was peacefully relieved of his suffering.
He leaves behind his wife, Elsie; children, Daniel, Jody, and Pamela; and son-in-law, Kevin Kerwin.
Danny, as he preferred to be called by those close to him, was predeceased by his sister, Sheila (1943); his father, George (1979); and mother, Lillian Violet (1986) and will be grieved by his remaining family of origin, Marilyn Morrison of Winnipeg, MB, Robert F. Moon of Punta Gorda, FL and Diane Bruce of Thunder Bay, ON.
In lieu of flowers the family respectfully suggests contributing in Danny's name to:
The ALS Society of B.C.
119 - 1600 West, 6th Avenue
Vancouver BC V6J 1R3
Mr. Larry Boyd passed away on October 30, 2003 at Wabaseemoong First Nations.
A full and complete obituary to follow.
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Mary-Elizabeth (Beth) Camire (nee Hapiuk)
CAMIRE (Beth) Mary-Elizabeth (nee Hapiuk) passed away quietly on Tuesday, October 28, 2003. She will be lovingly remembered by her husband Phillip; children Angela, Jason and Crystal; parents Nick and Georgina Hapiuk; brother Irwin.
Special thanks to all the doctors, nurses at the BC Cancer Agency and Richmond Hospital Palliative Care Unit. A very big special thanks to all her friends from the Hospice Society and a heartfelt Thank You and God Bless You to Broadmoor Baptist Church.
A special big, big hug to Beth's mother-in-law, Eva Camire, who was there when we really needed her.
A Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, November 7, 2003 at Broadmoor Baptist Church, 8140 Saunders Road, Richmond.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the BC Cancer Society (Breast Cancer Research) or to the Richmond Hospice Society.
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2 p.m. Friday, November 7, 2003
Broadmoor Baptist Church, Richmond, BC
John 'Jack' A. Gamble
1912 - 2003
Jack passed away at the Lake of the Woods District Hospital on November 12 after a brief illness.
Predeceased by his wife Violet in 1989, he is survived by his son Alex (Georgina) and family of Dryden, stepdaughters Nellie Moore (Len), Shirley Marcino (Peter) and family of Kenora. Jack is also survived by his grandson Dan Marcino (Cecile) to whom he was very close.
Jack loved to spend summers at the camp at Bee Lake. In his younger days he enjoyed fishing, hunting and picking blueberries. In later years, he enjoyed spending time at the Legion with all his friends.
Jack was a WWII veteran and loyal member of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 12 for 51 years.
After the war, Jack was a fishing guide, carpenter, and when he and Vi moved to Kenora he joined the pipeline, working there until his retirement.
The family would like to thank Ab Halverson for his friendship to Jack while he lived in the Gardner Block.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Lake of the Woods District Hospital CT Scan Fund, 215 Sylvan St., Kenora, On P9N 3W7.
At Jack's request, immediate cremation has taken place. There will be a private family burial at a later date.
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E.D. Julianna (Julie) Johnson
March 27, 1912 - November 13, 2003
Julianna (Toole) Johnson died comfortably and peacefully at Lake of the Woods District Hospital on November 13th, 2003, age 91 1/2, having lived a full and happy life.
Born March 27, 1912 to George and Eleanor Toole, she was a lifetime citizen of Kenora except for her upper schooling years in Toronto (Havergal College graduate with the Herbert Mason Gold Medal for high character, 1931; University of Toronto B.A. 1934) and Vancouver (Vancouver General Hospital, R.N. 1938). She married Larry P. Johnson (Johnson's Pharmacy, 2nd Street) on June 28th, 1939. They produced 8 children and had a busy, happy 58 years together.
Julianna was predeceased by her parents, her husband L.P. Johnson, brother Laurence (Donalda) Toole, brother Michael Toole, sons Paul Johnson in 1952 and Terry Johnson in 1996, great grandson John Wagenaar in 2001.
She is lovingly remembered and survived by son Larry (Lyn) Johnson, Calgary, daughter-in-law Sue Johnson, Kenora, daughter Eleanor (Bill) Kyle, Kenora, daughter Mary Pat (Rob) Dickson, Winnipeg, son Bill (Janet) Johnson, Winnipeg, daughter Elizabeth/Honey(Tony) Jones, Mississauga, son Kevin (Deborah) Johnson, Calgary; grandchildren from Australia to England to the U.S. and all across Canada - Peter, Tim, Paul & Stephana, Joe & Jaye, Beth, Mark Johnson, Nancy & Kevin Wagenaar, Rob & Melissa Johnson, Larry & Susan Kyle, Shannon & Phil Edgell, Dave & Dominique, Brad Kyle, Chris, Susie & Billy Dickson, Diane & Eric Johnson, Trevor & Evan Jones, Charlie, George, Andy & Julie Johnson; great grand daughters Hailey Johnson, Beth Wagenaar, Ericka Edgell, Olivia Johnson; brother Ned (Anne) Toole, Edmonton; sisters-in-law Evelyn Ingo and Marjorie Merceline Pigott, Vancouver; many kissing cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.
Julianna's main focus in life was her large family to whom she devoted vast amounts of time and energy. She was a patient, wonderful, caring mother and grandmother, a whiz at accomplishing many tasks in a calm and unflappable manner, an excellent cookie and pie maker, and a gracious hostess. Over the years her fingers were rarely idle as she created items for the Hospital Gift Shop or knitted goods, especially sweaters, for her own family. She was active in the community being a lifetime member of St. Alban's Cathedral and St. Alban's Altar Guild. Of her many volunteer activities she really enjoyed helping children from KinValley School at their swimming classes in the (now) Lakeside Inn and delivering Meals on Wheels with daughter Eleanor. She was a member of the Ladies Hospital Auxiliary for many years taking a turn as President.
She enjoyed friendships with many people including her square dancing group and her afternoon Bridge Club with whom she played bridge until she was 89. Truly her favourite time of year was summertime when she loved sharing the family island on Lake of the Woods with her ever-growing and changing family. She took great pleasure her whole life long in boat rides, picnics and sunsets on beautiful Lake of the Woods. Julianna will long be remembered as a kind, considerate and dear person.
Immediate cremation has taken place. A Memorial Service and Celebration of her Life will be held at St. Alban's Cathedral, 312 Main St. So., Kenora, on Saturday, November 22nd, 2003 at 1:30 p.m. A reception downstairs in the church hall will follow immediately afterwards.
As an expression of sympathy, those who wish may make a donation in Julianna's memory to the Lake of the Woods C.T. Scanner Fund, 21 Sylvan Street West, Kenora, ON P9N 3W7 or to St. Alban's Cathedral, 312 Main St. So., Kenora ON P9N 1T2, or to a charity of one's choice.
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Memorial Service and Life Celebration
Saturday, November 22nd, 2003
1:30 p.m. at St. Alban's Cathedral
William Harold (Bill) Kosloski
Mr. William Harold (Bill) Kosloski, a resident of Kenora, Ontario, passed away on December 07, 2003 at Lake of the Woods District Hospital.
He was born in Kenora, Ontario on July 22, 1950.
Bill will be lovingly missed by his wife Joanne, and sons Bill (Veronica) of Cumberland, B.C. and Jim of Kenora, grandchildren Willow and Nicola. Also left to mourn are sisters Elsie DiBlasio (Nino) of Thunder Bay, Evelyn Taggart of London, Ontario and numerous nieces and nephews.
He was predeceased by his parents William and Nellie (nee Gan), his son Jason, as well as numerous aunts, uncles and cousins of the Gan and Kosloski families.
Bill worked at Abitibi Consolidated from 1976 until the time of his passing. He enjoyed the outdoors. He loved hunting, fishing and found great pleasure in gardening.
He was loved by his friends and family for his story telling skills and his sense of humour.
Visitation will be held on Thursday, December 11, 2003 from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. at Brown Funeral Home & Cremation Centre.
Funeral Services will be held at Brown Funeral Home & Cremation Centre on Friday, December 12, 2003 at 10:30 a.m.
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Dolores O'Brien (nee Brady)
At the Lake of the Woods District Hospital on December 15, 2003 with her family by her side with great courage and a valiant fight to live at the age of 76 years. Cherished mother of Darlene (Scott) MacGillivray, loving grandma to Duncan, Ian and Maxwell.
Predeceased in 1997 by her husband and best friend of 37 years, Gerald (Jet) O'Brien.
Remembered with love by her niece Maureen (Charles) Bifulco. Long Island New York, nephews Terry (Lindia) Brady,Larry (Beth) Brady, all of Vermillion South Dakota, Billy (Myrna) Brady, Sun City Arizona and their families. She was the daughter of the late Agnes and the late Daniel Brady and predeceased by brothers Bill Brady in 1992, Dan Brady in 1998 and sister Mary Thornton in 1994. also survived by brother in law Buddy (Margaret) O'Brien of Southern California, sisters in law Pearl Gubser of Southern California and Gertrude (the late Dennis) O'Brien of Montreal. Dolores' life was devoted to the care and support of her family and friends. She began participating in sports at an early age and particularly enjoyed swimming, skiing, skating, horseback riding and softball. Her softball career spanned more than 4 decades and included being on the Quebec Provincial Ladies Softball Championship team from 1948-1951. She was a proud resident of Montreal, Quebec until 2001 when she relocated to Kenora to be near her family. Grandma Mickey was able to enjoy her grandsons for the last 2 1/2 years and we thank God for that special gift. In particular, she treasured her time spent caring for little Maxie. Many thanks to Dr. Beveridge, Dr. Spielman and the nurses of 2nd east for their compassionate care. Cremation has taken place, with interment to follow in the spring at the Cote des Neiges Cemetery in Montreal. A prayer service will be held at Brown Funeral Home & Cremation Centre on Friday, December 19, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Funeral Service will be held at St. Louis Church on Saturday, December 20, 2003 at 11:00 a.m.
Donations may be made in Dolores' memory to the CT Scanner Fund at the Lake of the Woods District Hospital, 21 Sylvan Street West, Kenora, Ontario P9N 3W7
An Irish blessing
May the road rise up to meet you
May the wind be always at your back
May the sunshine warm upon your face
May the rain fall soft upon your fields
And until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of his hand.
St. Louis Church
Sat, December 20