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ONTARIO - Smithville - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 4

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Date: Saturday, 7 January 2017, at 8:35 p.m.

STOLYS, WILLIAM OTTO: Peacefully, at Heritage Green
Home in Stoney Creek, surrounded by family on Sunday,
January 9, 2005, at the age of 73. Beloved husband of
Ann for 43 years. Dear father of Lisa (Don) Switzer, Heidi
(Glenn) Burgess, John (Kim) Stolys and Krista (Graeme)
Weir. Fondly remembered by grandchildren Nadine and
Bradley Burgess, Brady and Brett Switzer, Kyle, Ryan and
Nicole Stolys and Hunter Weir. Sadly missed by sisters Ida
Romanovski and Marie Stanat and sister-in-law Barb
Stolys. Predeceased by his brother Adolf Stolys and
brothers-in-law Alfred Romanovski and Paul Stanat. Dear
uncle of many nieces and nephews. Ever remembered by
dear friends Arthur and Verna Urbshas. A great family man
and community supporter who farmed in Caistor all his
working years and spent 42 years at Domtar in Caledonia.
Friends called at the Merritt Funeral Home, 287 Station
Street, Smithville on Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-9 pm. The
funeral service was held at Caistorville United Church on
Wednesday, January 12, 2005 at 11 am, with a reception in
the Church Hall following burial in the Caistorville United
Church Cemetery. Memorial contributions to the
Caistorville United Church would be appreciated by the
family.

STREET, Dorothy: At Deer Park Villa Home for the Aged,
Grimsby, on Friday, February 11, 2005, Dorothy Irene
Street (nee Muir) of Grassie in her 78th year. Beloved wife
of the late Lloyd Charles Street (2001). Daughter of the
late Lloyd and Lottie Muir (nee Graisley). Loving mother of
Patricia and Chris of Niagara Falls, Charles and Ruth Ann
of Smithville, Barbara and Mike of Hamilton, Robert and
Heather of Hamilton, and Gregory (Chip) at home. She will
be sadly missed by her six grandchildren. Also survived by
her sisters Marietta Culp of Niagara Falls and Marjorie
Dodman of Hamilton and brother Ronald Muir of Smithville.
Predeceased by her brother Stanley of Caistor Centre and
sisters Phylis Snider of Winslow and Doris Barlow of
Hamilton. The funeral service was held at Merritt Funeral
Home, Smithville on Monday, February 14, 2005 at 11 am
with Rev. Samuel Learning officiating. Cremation to follow.
Donations to the West Lincoln Memorial Auxillary would be
appreciated by the family.

SWIERENGA, JACOB: Peacefully, with family at his side
at his home in Caistor Centre on Thursday, April 7, 2005,
Jacob Swierenga in his 89th year. Beloved husband of
Grietje Akke Swierenga (nee Piso), his wife of 63 years.
Loving father of Wilfred (Nancy) of Darien, Wisconsin;
Harold (Sabine) of SaltSpring Island, British Columbia;
Henry (Twyla) of Smithville, Hilda Wiley (George) of St.
Catharines and daughter-in-law Lynne Swierenga. He
will also be missed by his 10 cherished grandchildren:
Stephan, Heidi, Leath, Sheena and Kaylee Swierenga;
Debbie Sawtelle; Curtis, Timothy, Karen and Benjamin
Wiley; five great grandchildren, and one brother in The
Netherlands. Predeceased by his infant son Johan in
1946, son Edward in 2003, and by several brothers and
sisters. Jake was a veteran of World War II in the army
of The Netherlands, and was named a Righteous Gentile
by the Jewish National Fund. He, Grietje and their two
oldest sons emigrated to Canada in 1947 on the first
post-war immigrant ship from The Netherlands, and
farmed in Caistor Township since 1951. Friends called
at the Merritt Funeral Home, 287 Station Street,
Smithville on Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9 pm. The funeral
service was held at the Smithville Presbyterian Church,
143 St. Catharines Street (Regional Road 20), on
Monday, April 11, 2005 at 11 am. Interment Bethel
Cemetery, Winslow. Memorial contributions to Smithville
Presbyterian Church Heritage Fund or The Red Cross
would be appreciated by the family.

TYLEE, WILLIAM: Suddenly, at his home in Toronto on
Friday, July 8, 2005, William (Bill) Royal Tylee in his 65th
year. Beloved husband of Linda Tylee (nee MacNeil) for
42 years. Dearly loved son of Helen and the late Jack
Tylee of Smithville. Loving father of Kim and Jeff Dehoog
of Smithville, Dennis Tylee of Smithville, Scott and Tammy
Tylee of Wilberforce and David Muise of Welland.
Cherished grandfather of Rebecca, Michael, Jessica,
Chelsea, Cree, Amanda and Melody. Dear brother of
Janice and John White, Marilynne and Glenn Richards and
Pat and Art Albu. Friends may call at St. Luke's Anglican
Church, 216 Station Street, Smithville on Tuesday, July 12,
2005 beginning at 10 am. The memorial service will begin
at 11 am. Cremation has taken place. Memorial
contributions to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be
appreciated by the family and can be made through Merritt
Funeral Home, Smithville (905) 957-7031

VANDER VELDE, FENNEGIEN: Peacefully and
surrounded by the love of her family at West Lincoln
Memorial Hospital in Grimsby on Saturday, July 23, 2005,
Fennegien (Fenny) Vander Velde of Smithville passed away
to be with her Lord and Saviour in her 92nd year. Beloved
wife of the late Fredrik Vander Velde. Loving mother of
Dianne De Boer, Henry and Ellen, John and Leona, Irene
and John Schutten, Joanne and Henry Kiers, Betsy and
Harry Porter, Ricki and Jerry Blokker, Fred and Evelyn,
Arthur and Jeanie and Hennie and Andrew Vos. Beloved
Oma of 38 grandchildren and 53 great grandchildren. Also
survived by one brother in Holland. Predeceased by two
brothers and sons-in-law Harry Brouwer and Mike De Boer.
Friends may call at the Merritt Funeral Home, 287 Station
Street, Smithville on Monday from 2-4 and 7-9 pm. The
funeral service to be led by Rev. C. Bosch at the Canadian
Reformed Church, 330 Station Street, Smithville on
Tuesday, July 26, 2005 at 11 am. Interment Chapel Hill
Memorial Gardens. Memorial contributions to Anchor Home
or John Calvin School Building Fund would be appreciated
by the family and can be made through the funeral home.
Psalm 42.

VAN EGMOND, ANN (nee De Boer): Philippians 3:20 But
our citizenship is in heaven. And we eagerly await a
Saviour from there, the Lord Jesus Christ. After a brief
courageous battle with cancer, peacefully and surrounded
by the love of her family at West Lincoln Memorial Hospital
in Grimsby on Tuesday, June 14, 2005, Ann Van Egmond
of St. Anns passed away to be with her Lord and Saviour
three days before her 67th birthday. Beloved wife of Les
for 45 years. Much loved mother and Oma of Annette and
Richard Zwaagstra, Amanda and Derek, Tanya and Travis,
Vanessa, Michael and Kyle; Jerry and Ruth Van Egmond,
Shane, Cody and Cassandra; Harry and Debbie Van
Egmond, Amber, Brooke and Austin; Les and Sheryl Van
Egmond, Eric, Jason and Curtis; Gordon and Esther Van
Egmond, Jodi, Justin and Rachel; Peter and Kim Van
Egmond, Karissa, Devon and Blake. She will also be sadly
missed by her brother and sisters Theresa Reitsma, Linda
and Pete Oosterhoff, John and Joanne De Boer, Gertie
Vanderheiden, Konnie and Ann De Boer, Diane De Boer,
Mary De Boer, Gerry and Nellie De Boer, Betty and Simon
Breukelman, Alice and Peter Lof, and the entire Van
Egmond family. Ann was predeceased by her mother Loltje
De Boer (1973), father Jitze De Boer (1978), sister Trijnte
De Boer (1926), brother Melle De Boer (1983),
brother-in-law Thomas Reitsma (1996), brother-in-law Nick
Vanderheiden (2004) and her special friend and fondly
loved mother-in-law Oma (Anna) Van Egmond (2005). The
funeral service was led by Rev. A. Souman at the Smithville
Canadian Reformed Church on Friday, June 17, 2005 at 11
am with a private interment prior to the service at St. Anns
Cemetery. Peter Ravensbergen was the organist. Her
son, Jerry, spoke of remembrances. Daughter Annette was
the flower bear. Sons Harry, Leslie, Gordon and Peter,
grandson Shane and son-in-law Richard were the
pallbearers. Thanks to Dr. Davidson, Dr. Mah, Dr.
Colterjohn, West Lincoln Memorial Hospital and the Nurses
on Wards B and C, the West Niagara Palliative Care Team
and McMaster University Medical Centre. Memorial
contributions to John Calvin School Building Fund or Ancho
Home would be appreciated by the family.

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