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ONTARIO - Temiskaming - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 5

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Date: Tuesday, 23 August 2016, at 9:13 a.m.

Robert Jones

Robert Jones died peacefully in New Liskeard on December 27, 2003 at the Temiskaming Hospital in his 99th year.

He was predeceased by his wife Anne, daughter Bernice and son Donald and two brothers: Albert and Leonard.

He is lovingly remembered by his sons Ken (Jean) of Haileybury, Allan (June) of North Bay and four grandchildren: Katie, Kenny, Nancy and Brian.

Mr. Jones was a northern pioneer and came to Canada shortly after his birth in England in 1905. As a young man he worked for the Nugget and ran the press the last day the paper was printed in Cobalt. Later he worked for the Ontario Northland Railway.

A funeral mass will be celebrated at St. Patrick’s Church in Cobalt, on Friday, January 2, 2004 at 11 a.m. Friends are invited to attend.

If desired, a donation to the charity of your choice would be gratefully accepted as an expression of sympathy. Arrangements are entrusted to Buffam Leveille Funeral Home in Haileybury.

Norma May (MacKinnon) Marriott

Norma May (MacKinnon) Marriott of Englehart died Sunday, December 21, 2003 at the age of 59.

She was predeceased by her father, Norm Hilton in 1953; two children, Norman and Barbara Swift in 1973; and a nephew Eric Bendell in 2001.

She is survived by her devoted husband of 18 years, Don; her daughter Tina (Todd) Fowler, Garson; and her two grand-daughters, Melanie and Ashley Taylor of New Liskeard. She is also survived by her parents, Reg and May MacKinnon of Dane; siblings — Ted (Dorothy) Hilton of Milton; Peggy (Ted) Bendell of Porcupine; and Bruce (Carol) MacKinnon of Timmins. Also left to mourn are nieces and nephews Dawn (Andrew) McCleave and family of Cambridge; Gord (Deborah) Hilton and family of Milton; Colin (Shannon) Bendell and family of Saskatoon; Graham Bendell of Barrie; and Adrian Bendell of Porcupine.

Mrs. Marriott was born in Toronto in 1944 and in 1956 moved to Westphal, Halifax County, Nova Scotia, following her mother’s marriage to Reg MacKinnon. She later returned to Ontario and has called this province her home ever since. Mrs. Marriott was very gifted and this was evident in her craft work. A crochet hook was never far from her hands. She and her husband took part in many ways to help neighbours and her church.

In lieu of flowers, donations would be appreciated in her memory to The Gideons. A service in her memory was held Monday, December 29 at the Good Shepherd Congregational Christian Church in Englehart.

Gilles B. Rheault

Gilles Rheault died on Monday, December 22, 2003, at the Kirkland Lake and District Hospital at the age of 75 years.

He was born in New Liskeard on May 26, 1928 and was predeceased by his parents Henri and Blanche (Duhamel) Rheault; sister Fernande on March 18, 2003 and brother-in-law Blythe Thompson on October 9, 2003.

Mr. Rheault is survived by his brother Noel Rheault of Kirkland Lake; sisters Denise Thompson of Kirkland Lake and Therese Boucher of New Liskeard; step-sister Yolande (Emile) Plante of Haileybury; niece Therese Nault of Laval, P.Q.; nephews Gerald Gareau of Gatineau, P.Q.; Norman Boucher of Calgary, Alberta; Roger Boucher of Kanata, Ontario; and Richard Boucher of Thunder Bay, Ontario.

Mr. Rheault was educated in New Liskeard and North Bay Scollard Hall.

He worked for many years at George Taylor Hardware’s head office in New Liskeard and W. Roy Thompson Ltd. in Kirkland Lake.

Mr. Rheault enjoyed fishing, music and working in the flower garden.

He was a long-time member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 87, Encore Club and the Holy Name of Jesus Parish.

The family received relatives and friends at the Monette and French Funeral Home on Saturday, December 27, 2003, and a Royal Canadian Legion service also took place that morning. A funeral service was held in the Teck — Hughes Chapel of the Monette and French Funeral Home following the visitation on December 27 and was officiated by Father Des O’Connor. Mr. Rheault will be laid to rest with his parents in the Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery in Haileybury in the spring of 2004.

Donations in Mr. Rheault’s memory may be made to the Kirkland and District Hospital Foundation (P.O. Box 3000, Kirkland Lake, Ontario P2N 3P4) or to the charity of your choice.

Lloyd Walter Ford

Lloyd Walter Ford died at his home, surrounded by his family, on November 5, 2003. He was in his eighty-first year.

Mr. Lloyd was born September 27, 1923 to George and Jennie Ford in McCool, Kerns Township. He spent his boyhood on the farm, moving into New Liskeard with the family in 1937.

After working in the gold mines at Timmins and Matachewan, Mr. Ford enlisted in the army in 1942 and was stationed at Simcoe with the RCASC.

When the call came for paratroopers, Mr. Ford volunteered and was accepted to the newly formed specialized commando unit, the first Canadian Parachute Battalion.

He had jump training at Fort Benning, Georgia, and received his wings. He participated in further jump training at Shilo, Manitoba, and in England after going overseas with the Advanced Party in July 1943 where he also had commando training. He jumped into Normandy on D-Day in 1944 and over The Rhine in March 1945.

Mr. Ford returned home in June to his best friend of five years, Gladys Drinkwalter, and they were married on September 27, 1945. Mr. Ford was a plumber and steam fitter, working in Kirkland Lake before moving to Lindsay in February 1948. Along with his wife, he raised a family of five children.

Mr. Ford is survived by his wife Gladys; children Lynda (Terry Healey), Diane (John Montague), Ron (Karen Holtom), Holly (Vince Bowen) and Donna (Dan Schley); grandchildren Christopher, Jonathan and Jennifer Ford, Kyle and Heather Ruta, Kathryn and Aaron Schley; great-grandchildren Cole and Jeana Ford; and sister Iva Peddie of Kirkland Lake.

He was predeceased by his parents; brothers John, Sterling and Elmer; sisters Fannie and Doreen; and parents-in-law Oscar and Violet Drinkwalter of Beaverton.

Mr. Ford was a member of the First Canadian Parachute Association, the Royal Canadian Legion and Queen Street United Church in Lindsay.

Cremation has taken place with burial at Riverside Cemetery in Lindsay.

He will be sorely missed by his loving wife and family.

Annegie Oukes

After a long illness, Annegie Oukes died peacefully at Northview Nursing Home in Englehart on December 9, 2003.

She was born in Den Helder, Holland, on June 22, 1921 to Ruard and Johanna Baanstra. Educated in Holland, she married Cornelis Oukes in Den Helder on September 10, 1941.

Mrs. Oukes and her husband and four children came to Canada in 1951. A seamstress, farmer’s wife and mother, she loved to cook, sew and knit and play her mandolin and sing.

Mrs. Oukes was a very loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother and will be sadly missed by them all.

Predeceased by her husband Cornelis and daughter Nellie Becker, Mrs. Oukes is survived by her sons Jan (Shirley), Rudie (Lise), Corrie (Kathryn), Harry (Therese) and daughter Dina (Norman); 15 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren.

The funeral was arranged by McDonald Funeral Home in Englehart where the service was conducted December 12 by Linda Martin.

Pallbearers were grandsons Derrick, Jason and Peter Desilets, Daniel Oukes, Chad Oukes and Brian Arseneault.

Spring interment is at the Englehart Cemetery.

Relatives and friends attending the service from out of town came from Ottawa, Toronto, Nobleton, North Bay, Timmins, Simcoe, Rouyn, Quebec and Thorne.

In memory contributions went to the Kidney Foundation and the Parkinson’s Foundation.

The family of Annegie Oukes would like to thank the management and staff of the Northview Nursing Home in Englehart for the compassionate care given to her over the past few years.

Rheal (Ray) Menard

Ray Menard died peacefully on December 3, 2003 at the Temiskaming Hospital. He was in his seventy-second year.

Mr. Menard was predeceased by his wife Angella in 1991.

He is survived by his best friend and companion Marguerite Tremblay; loved brothers Noel of New Liskeard, Vital of California and René of Sault Ste. Marie; children Norman and Virginia, Andy and Diane, Rosanne Lavallee, Michel (Rosemary), Denis and Donna, all from the Tri-Town area, and Nicole and Brad Bruder of Woodstock; special friends Yvon and Dawn Lemire of Wakefield; grandchildren Trevor, Jody, Melanie, James, Crystal, Dwayne, Amy Lynn, Natasha, Jason, Natalie, Michelle, Scott, Alana, Carole, Kirk and Angella; and great-grandchildren Jacob, Ethan and Jared.

Mr. Menard was a long time member of the New Liskeard Volunteer Fire Department and a lifetime member of the New Liskeard Lions Club.

The Menard and Tremblay families extended their heartfelt thanks to everyone who supported them through their difficult time. A special thanks was extended to all the nurses at the Temiskaming Hospital who took very good care of Mr. Menard.

“To Dr. Corbin and Dr. Leger-Nolet, thank you for being there for us and helping us make the right choices. We will always remember everyone’s kindness.”

The funeral was arranged by Perrin Funeral Chapel in New Liskeard.

“We will all miss his smile, but remember him fondly.”

Annegie Oakes

After a long illness, Annegie Oakes died peacefully at Northview Nursing Home in Englehart on December 9, 2003.

She was born in Den Helder, Holland, on June 22, 1921 to Ruard and Johanna Baanstra. Educated in Holland, she married Cornelis Oakes in Den Helder on September 10, 1941.

Mrs. Oakes and her husband and four children came to Canada in 1951. A seamstress, farmer’s wife and mother, she loved to cook, sew and knit and play her mandolin and sing.

Mrs. Oakes was a very loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother and will be sadly missed by them all.

Predeceased by her husband Cornelis and daughter Nellie Becker, Mrs. Oakes is survived by her sons Jan (Shirley), Rudie (Lise), Corrie (Kathryn), Harry (Therese) and daughter Dina (Norman); 15 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

The funeral was arranged by McDonald Funeral Home in Englehart where the service was conducted December 12 by Linda Martin.

Pallbearers were grandsons Derrick, Jason and Peter Desilets, Daniel Oakes, Chad Oakes and Brian Arseneault.

Spring interment is at the Englehart Cemetery.

Relatives and friends attending the service from out of town came from Ottawa, Toronto, Nobleton, North Bay, Timmins, Simcoe, Rouyn, Quebec and Thorne.

In memory contributions went to the Kidney Foundation and the Parkinson Foundation.

The family of Annegie Oakes would like to thank the management and staff of the Northview Nursing Home in Englehart for the compassionate care given to her over the past few years.

Denis Giroux

Denis Giroux died December 14, 2003 at his home in New Liskeard.

He was born in Cobalt on December 13, 1936 to Bruno and Marie Jeanne Giroux.

Educated in Cobalt, Mr. Giroux worked as a handyman for Tri-Town Moving and Cartage.

He married his wife Shirley in Cobalt on September 18, 1954.

Mr. Giroux is survived by his wife Shirley, son Steve (Karen), daughter Denise, son Danny, daughter Cindy, daughter-in-law Denise, 15 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

He was predeceased by his son David and parents Bruno and Jeanne.

The funeral was arranged by Buffam Léveillé Funeral Home in Haileybury with the service conducted December 15 by Father Scully.

In memory contributions went to the Canadian Cancer Society and the Heart and Stroke Foundation.

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