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ONTARIO - Smithville - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 3

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Date: Saturday, 7 January 2017, at 8:34 p.m.

NIENHUIS, MARK: This young man was taken home to
the Lord on March 10, 2005. Mark was a wonderful
young guy who was loved by so many people. He was
an amazing son to Steven and Ann Nienhuis, a great big
brother to Rebecca and Calvin Nienhuis. He also fell
very comfortably into his new roll as an Uncle to Ethan
Nienhuis, whom he couldn't have loved any more than he
did. His girlfriend Claire Graham meant the world to him
and he wouldn't even go a day without talking to her. He
loved her more than words could say. He was very close
with his grandparents, John and Alice DeHaan, and
Murray Penrose. He had the utmost respect for all of his
Aunts and Uncles, Pete and Grace DeHaan, Ed and
Wilma DeHaan, Kevin and Laura DeHaan, Dale and Anne
Traver, Dean and Cindy Swick, and Wayne and Grace
Roorda.
Mark's friends were also very dear to him and he loved
them all very much. Everyone who knew this young man
knew how special he was and they have all been touched
by him in one way or another. He will be loved always
and greatly missed, but his memory and character will live
in all of our hearts forever. The funeral service was held
at Bethel Gospel Tabernacle in Hamilton on Monday,
March 14, 2005. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions
to Grimsby Life Centre would be appreciated by the
family, and can be made through Merritt Funeral Home.

PATTERSON, BRIAN: At West Lincoln Memorial Hospital
in Grimsby on Tuesday, December 27, 2005, Harry Brian
Patterson of St. Anns in his 59th year. Beloved husband of
Ruth Patterson (nee Holloway). Loving father of Glen and
Tracey Patterson and Scott and Michelle Patterson.
Cherished grandfather of Aaron, Bryant and Blake. Dearly
loved son of Dorothy Patterson and the late Roy Patterson,
brother of Darrell and Susan Patterson, and uncle of
Danielle. At Brian's and the family's request, there will not
be a formal visitation or funeral service at this time. A
private family service will be held at a later date. Cremation
has taken place. If desired, memorial contributions to the
West Lincoln Memorial Auxiliary may be made through
Merritt Funeral Home.

PETTIGREW, DOUGLAS: With great sadness we
announce the passing of Doug in his 69th year on May 11,
2005. Beloved husband of Barbara of Smithville and dear
father of Lori (Doug Murphy) of Binbrook and Glen (Debra)
of Grimsby. Proud “Pa” of his grandchildren Adam and
Sara. Doug also leaves behind his loving brother Jim
(Deborah). Brother-in-law to Alice Spree, Ferne Martin,
Ronald and Grace Martin, Margaret and Donald Barge and
Reta Aiton, he will also be missed by many nieces and
nephews. Predeceased by his parents Harold and Vera
(nee Street) Pettigrew. Doug was a Past Master of Lincoln
Lodge 544. In respect of Doug’s wishes, a private family
interment led by Rev. Dale Massender was held at Chapel
Hill Memorial Gardens. If desired, memorial contributions in
Doug’s memory to the West Lincoln Memorial Auxiliary or
Smithville United Church may be given through Merritt
Funeral Home, Smithville.

Ravensbergen, Sophia: at West Lincoln Memorial Hospital,
Grimsby on Thursday April 21, 2005, Sophia Ravensbergen
(nee VanderBurg) of Grimsby formerly of Smithville at the
age of 88 and according to her wishes, was taken up into
eternal glory. Beloved wife of the late Pieter Ravensbergen
Sr. (2000). Sophia was born in Rijnsburg, the Netherlands
on June 26, 1916. She immigrated to Canada with her
husband and seven children. Three more children were
born to them in Canada. Caring mother and mother-in-law
of Tina and John Bartels, Gerrit and Tina, Rolie and Bep,
Anne and Clarence Hopman, Magda, Sophia and Gerry
Schuller, Jane and Frank Schuller, Cora and Gary
VanIperen, Jake and Marie, and Wilma and Mel Brouwer.
She will also be missed by her family in Holland and her
sister-in-law Cor Kralt of Waterdown. Sophia and Pieter
have 65 grandchildren and 75 great-grandchildren. She
was predeceased by her son Pete, daughter-in-law Ola and
three grandchildren. The family received friends at the
Merritt Funeral Home, 287 Station Street, Smithville on
Friday 7-9pm. Funeral service was held at the Canadian
Reformed Church of Smithville (Station Street) on Saturday
April 23, 2005 at 10am with Rev. S. C. Van Dam officiating.
Interment Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens.

ROZANSKI, FRANCES: Suddenly, on Sunday, May 8,
2005 at West Lincoln Memorial Hospital, Frances Edith
Rozanski (nee Deacon) of Grimsby in her 80th year.
Beloved wife of the late Stanley Gacek and the late Marian
Rozanski. Loving mother of Suzanne and Eric Hipkiss of
Smithville. Cherished grandmother of Glenn and Carrie of
Smithville and Carl and Penny of Fenwick and
great-grandmother of Ashley, Chantal, Danielle and Eric.
Dear sister of Richard, George, Hazel and Lorraine.
Predeceased by her sisters Marietta and Judy and brother
Les. Friends may call at the Merritt Funeral Home, 287
Station Street, Smithville on Thursday, May 12 from 2-4
and 7-9 pm. Cremation will follow with a private inurnment
at Holy Sepulchre Catholic Cemetery, Burlington, at a later
date. Memorial contributions to the charity of your choice
would be appreciated by the family.

SEIFRIED, OLIVE: At St. Joseph's Hospital in Hamilton on
Thursday, August 4, 2005, Olive Leona Seifried (nee
Manns) of Binbrook, in her 79th year. Beloved wife of the
late Kenneth Seifried. Loving mother of Stephen and
Janette of Stoney Creek, and Sandra of Kitchener. Dear
sister of Esther Brown of Hamilton and Dora Pringle of
Crystal Beach. Predeceased by her brother Gordon
Manns. Friends may call at the Merritt Funeral Home, 287
Station Street, Smithville, today Saturday August 6, 2005
beginning at 9 am. The funeral service will follow at 10 am
with Rev. Dale Massender officiating. Interment Chapel Hill
Memorial Gardens, Stoney Creek. Memorial contributions
to the Hamilton/Burlington SPCA would be appreciated by
the family and can be made through the funeral home.

SKRYPNYK, ALEC: Peacefully, at West Lincoln Memorial
Hospital in Grimsby, on Sunday, May 29, 2005, Alec
Skrypnyk of Bismark in his 88th year. Alec was the
proprietor of Bismark Garage for 55 years. Left to mourn
are his wife of 63 years Mary Skrypnyk (nee Kozarichuk),
son Larry (Wendy Boyko) and his loved and loving
grandchildren Martin, Melinda (Duncan Aird) and Erin
(Winicjusz Bajor). He will also be sadly missed by sisters
Mary Skrypnyk and Ann Hutchinson and his many nieces
and nephews. Predeceased by brother Nick. Friends may
call at the Merritt Funeral Home, 287 Station Street,
Smithville on Tuesday from 7-9 pm and on Wednesday
from 2-4 and 7-9 pm. The funeral service will be held at the
funeral home on Thursday, June 2, 2005 at 2 pm.
Interment Bismark United Church Cemetery. In lieu of
flowers, donations to the Smithville Community Care would
be appreciated by the family.

SNYDER, JAMES: At St. Joseph's Hospital in
Hamilton, on Monday, June 20, 2005, James Henry
Snyder of R. R. #1 West Guilford, Ontario and
previously of St. Anns, in his 67th year. He will be
dearly missed by his children Penny Snyder (Bill) of
Stoney Creek, Jamie Snyder (Pam) of Picton,
Christine Snyder also of Picton, Sherry Hoffman
(Sheldon) of Stoney Creek and Shelly Lake (John) of
Hamilton. Loving grandfather of Jamie, Branden,
Tyler, Cole, Greg, Josh and Paige. Brother to Isabel
Hodgkins (Clayton) and Maxine Davis (David). The
funeral service was held on Friday, June 24, 2005 at 11
am at Merritt Funeral Home, 287 Station Street,
Smithville. Cremation has taken place. Private
inurnment at Lane Cemetery in St. Anns. Memorial
contributions to the Canadian Cancer Society would
be appreciated by the family and can be made
through the funeral home.

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