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OTTAWA, Canada -- Kyle Donald Lorimer, 23, passed away peacefully and surrounded by his loving family on February 11, 2013.

Cremation has taken place in Canada and a memorial service will be held at Newcomb Presbyterian Church at a later date.

Kyle was born in Ontario, Canada, on September 21, 1989. He was always such an interesting child and became somewhat of a lone wolf in his teen years which continued on into his adult life.

Kyle worked as a construction worker and also worked for the city of Ottawa, Ontario. He played soccer, enjoyed hockey and recently became a fan of classic rock.

Kyle is survived by his sister, Kristin Lorimer and her fianc� Jake Schaapveld of Muscatine; his father and stepmother, Don and Dawn Lorimer of Davenport; his mother, Kimberly and special friend Frank Testi; his grandfather, David Marth; his grandparents, Donna and Mervin Bauer of Brussels; his niece, April Lang, nephew, Josh Gaffney, and stepsister and husband, Nicole and Rob Gaffney, all of Davenport; and many aunts, uncles and cousins. Kyle was preceded in death by his loving grandparents, Bud and Eileen Lorimer and Nancy Marth.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to First Midwest Bank as they have set up a trust in Kyle's name. The family of Kyle Lorimer wishes to thank all of the amazing nurses and doctors at Ottawa General Hospital in Ontario, Canada. 
Lorimer, Kyle Donald (I10167)
 
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(Velma) Irene Stephens
STEPHENS, (Velma) Irene - Passed away on April 11, 2012 at St. Marys Memorial Hospital in St. Marys in her 103rd year born on January 21, 1910. Wife of the late Theodore Stephens. Mother of Maxine Kernick (Wilbur). Proud grandmother of Marlene Dinsmore (Scott) and great grandmother of Julia. Also survived by sister-in-law Margaret Mossey and many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by two sisters and three brothers. She will always be remembered for her wit and kindness. Family and friends are invited to the St. Marys United Church, 85 Church St. S. St. Marys, on Friday, April 13, 2012 for visiting from 10 am to 11 am, at which time the Funeral Service will be conducted at 11 am with Rev. Pirie Mitchell officiating. Cremation to follow.  
Mossey, Irene Velma (I12198)
 
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August 30, 1923 - January 12, 2016.
Carman Bragg, age 92 quietly passed away in his sleep during a short stay at University Hospital. He was a loving husband, devoted father and good neighbour survived by Clara, his wife of over 66 years and sons Allen, Rod, Jim, Ken, Rob and Tony. Also daughters-in-law Sue and Carolyn, six grandsons, one granddaughter, three granddaughters-in-law, four great-grandchildren as well as many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by daughter-in-law Pearl. Family and friends are invited to the Andrew L. Hodges Funeral Home, 47 Wellington St. South, St. Marys (519-284-2820) on Saturday, January 16, 2016 for visitation from 1 p.m. until the time of the Funeral Service at 2 p.m. Interment in St. Marys Cemetery. Donations to Alzheimer Society or Friendship Centre appreciated. Online condolences at www.hodgesfuneralhome.ca. Carman worked as a farmer in Blanshard Township for many years and then at Domtar until he retired. He was a 30 year member of the I. O. O. F., regularly volunteered for the Cancer Society and was on the Board for Kingsway Lodge. He enjoyed fishing, travelling, crokinole, shuffleboard and improving the old family home. Carman was a member of the Living Rock Church at this time. Carman will be remembered well. Thank you all. 
Bragg, Arthur Carman (I12476)
 
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Gery Haynes
HAYNES, Gerance "Gery" - Peacefully and with dignity, with family at his side, at St. Marys Memorial Hospital on Sunday, October 7, 2012, Gerance C. �Gery� Haynes of St. Marys, age 63 years. Beloved husband of Sharon (Weeks) Haynes for 41 years. Loving father of Kevin Haynes and Chris Woodhouse, Rob Haynes and Reade Haslam all of Stratford. Lovingly remembered by grandchildren Justis and Taegan and their mother Angela Haynes, as well as grandson Atticus Haslam. Much loved son of Helen Haynes-Doupe of St. Marys and the late Hugh Haynes and the late Ivan Doupe. Dear brother of Bill Haynes and Beverley of Rannoch, Ruth Thomson and Brian of Mitchell, Glenn Haynes and Mary of Stratford, Paul Haynes and Sandy of Dublin. Dear son-in-law of Erma Weeks of St. Marys and the late Bob Weeks. Dear brother-in-law of Linda Robinson and Bruce of Willow Beach, Shirley Pite and Brian of Sarnia, Gordon Weeks of St. Marys, Barbara Jane Askey and Wally Lorie of London. He is sadly missed by aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and many friends. He was predeceased by a brother-in-law Bill Weeks. At Gery�s request cremation has taken place. A visitation for family and friends will be held at L.A. Ball Funeral Chapel, 7 Water St. N., St. Marys, on Thursday, October 11, 2012 from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Interment at a later date.  
Haynes, Gerance C. (I15152)
 
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Obituary: At St. Marys Memorial Hospital on Saturday, March 10, 2007 William (Bill) C. Waghorn of Kirkton in his 78th year. Beloved husband of Gwendolyn (Gwen) (Dobson) Waghorn. Dear brother-in-law of Leona Jaques of Exeter. Dear uncle of Yvonne and John Elliott and Dalton and Sandy Jaques and great-uncle of Leanne and Andrew Elliott and Charlsey and Kelsey O�Rourke. Also survived by many cousins. Predeceased by a brother-in-law Clifton Jaques. Bill operated the Kirkton Market Store for many years. Friends may call at the Haskett Funeral Home, 370 William Street, Exeter on Monday 2-4 and 7-9 PM. The funeral service will be held at St. Paul�s Anglican Church, Kirkton on Tuesday, March 13th at 2 PM with Rev. Dr. Dalice Sim officiating. Spring interment St. Paul�s Anglican Cemetery, Kirkton.  
Waghorn, William Charles (I11762)
 
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Robert (Bob) Dobson
DOBSON, Robert (Bob) - Peacefully, at his residence, on Tuesday, May 12, 2015, of London and formerly of Usborne Township, in his 78th year. Beloved partner of Margaret Reid. Dear father of Terri Parsons, and Lynne Dobson both of Goderich, and Rodney Dobson of Seaforth. Dear grandfather of Marissa and Kaylie Dobson. Bob will be missed by Marg's children Heather and Brian Romphf of Parkhill, and Lori Kelly (and the late Craig) of Ilderton, and their families. Dear brother and brother-in-law of Rosemary and Bill Schaefer of St. Marys, Sandra Dobson of Exeter, and Joyce Dobson of Clinton. Predeceased by his son-in-law Mike Parsons, sister Christine Eveleigh and her husband Allan, and brothers Ross and Larry. Friends may call at the HASKETT FUNERAL HOME , 370 William Street, Exeter (1 street west of Main) on Friday from 9:30 - 10:30 AM, where the funeral service will be held on Friday, May 15th at 11 AM with Bob Heywood officiating. Interment Exeter Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Make-A-Wish Foundation or the Canadian Diabetes Association would be appreciated by the family. Condolences may be forwarded through www.haskettfh.com. 
Dobson, Robert Earl J. (I12035)
 
9 Anna Selves -- December 2, 1922 - June 24, 2009
Anna Selves, age 86, of Neillsville, WI, formerly of Granton, WI died Wednesday, June 24, 2009 at the Memorial Health and Rehabilitation Center in Neillsville.

Anna Irene Selves was born on December 2, 1922 in Milwaukee, WI the daughter of Ernest and Julia (Pafiak) Kucho. She attended and graduated from St. Mary�s Catholic High School in Milwaukee, and then worked for three years at St. Joseph�s Hospital in Milwaukee for Dr. J. Reynolds. She was united in marriage to Lee Selves on March 5, 1946 in Neillsville. Shortly after their marriage they moved to Granton and farmed 79 acres in the Town of Lynn. Along with farming Anna was raising their two children, Tom and Sharon.

Anna was a member of St. Mary�s Catholic Church in Neillsville.

She is survived by her children, Tom (Kathryn) Selves of Chili, WI and Sharon (James Taniyama) Cook of South Kingstown, RI and six grandsons, Adam Cook, Andy Cook, Jason Selves, Corey Selves, Troy Selves and Jeremy Selves.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Lee in 1987, her parents, one brother, Ernest and two sisters, Julia and Agnes.

Funeral Services for Anna will be held at 11:00 a.m., Monday, June 29, 2009 at the Gesche Funeral Home in Neillsville. The Officiant will be Fr. Woodrow H. Pace. Interment will be in the Town of Lynn Cemetery. Visitation will be from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m., Sunday, with a 7:30 p.m., Rosary Service at the Gesche Funeral Home in Neillsville.

Casket Bearers will be her grandsons. 
Kucho, Anna Irene (I14742)
 
10 Avis Ione Martin
June 15, 1928 - February 5, 2013

Avis Ione Martin, age 84, of Mukwonago, WI passed away on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013 at LindenGrove Health and Rehabilitation in Mukwonago.

Avis was born on June 15, 1928 in Neillsville, WI, the daughter of the late Hugh and Bess Selves. She graduated from Madison East High School, studied nursing at Madison General Hospital School of Nursing and earned a Bachelor�s Degree in Public Health Nursing at the University of Minnesota. Avis worked as a public health nurse for Waukesha County for many years. She was past president and a longtime member of School Section Homemakers. She enjoyed bird watching, sewing, reading, gardening and tending to their small farm. Avis will be remembered by many for her strong spirit and sense of humor.

Cherished mother of Dennis (Kim) of Mukwonago, Patrick (Lynn) of Mukwonago, Brendan of Mukwonago, and Kate (Chris Conrad) Martin of Milwaukee, dear grandmother of Nick, Charissa, Tracey, and Kelly. Avis was loved and will be remembered by other relatives and many dear friends.

Avis was preceded in death by her husband James in 2003, her brother Elliott and her sisters Neva, Mildred, Irene and Vivian.

A Funeral Service for Avis will be held on Monday, Feb. 11, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. at Mt. Olive Evangelical Lutheran Church, 211 Main St. Mukwonago WI with Pastor Scot Ruffatto officiating. Visitation will be on Monday from 5:00 p.m. until the time of service at the church. Burial will be on Tuesday, Feb.12 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Theresa Catholic Cemetery in Eagle.  
Selves, Avis Ione (I08429)
 
11 C. Gerald Shier

January 1, 1930 � May 3, 2012


SHIER: Clarence Gerald passed away, May 3, 2012, at the Brandon Regional Health Centre, after a short illness.

Gerald was born Jan. 1, 1930 at home on the farm north of Crandall, MB. He attended school in Crandall, not quite finishing Grade 11. He was a born farmer and worked hard there from an early age - stating that he had driven a "stook" team during threshing at the age of 11, from 7:00 a.m. to 7:OO p.m.

After marrying he took over the mixed farm from his father, specializing in dairy cattle for about 10 years until 1973 and continued with beef cattle until 1982, then just grain farmed until 1992 when he rented the land, eventually selling the farm in the mid 2000. He loved dogs, his favourite being his last a blue heeler named Oscar. He spent one winter, 1950-1951 at Wawa, ON at the mine. Gerald was a very community-minded person - he helped buils two rinks and worked at times upgrading the Community Hall. He served on the Crandall School and Pool Elevator Boards in the 60's, and then was a member of the Birdtail School Division for nine years until 1980. During that time he was also the secretary of the Manco Creamery and Cheese Plant at Rossburn 1970-1974 and he was in the Miniota Municipal Council, 1980-2002. When the Upper Assiniboine Conservation District was formed in 1996 he was one of the original board members and was still serving on this board and made many lasting friendships during these years. Gerald enjoyed sports, playing baseball, hockey and curling. He also umpired baseball and refereed hockey. He enjoyed hunting with the guys.

Gerald and his wife spent many years after 1980 camping and fishing - he was renowned for his filleting and cooking skills. Gerald was predeceased by his sons Vincent and Gordon, brother Barry, father and mother Clarence and Helen Shier, father and mother-in-law Gordon and Lois Vickery, and sister and brother-in-law Sheila and Frank Theide.

Left to mourn are his wife of 60 years Lenora (Lois), daughter Elayna (Michael) Zadko, daughter-in-law Mary Shier and grandchildren Veronica, Whitney and Gordon; also two step grandchildren Tiffany and Michael Zadko and great grandchildren Caydence and Cole; sister Beverley (Philip) Barteaux, sister-in-law Pat Shier, aunts Sally Parker and Irene Parker, several cousins, sister-in-law Evelyn (Richard) Hills, brothers-in-law Gerald (Roberta) Vickery, Doug Vickery and many nieces and nephews.

The funeral was held at the Hamiota District Sports Complex on Wednesday, May 9. A private burial of the cremated remains took place at the Crandall Cemetery prior to the service.
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C. Gerald Shier beloved husband of Nora; father of Elayna (Mike) Zadko, Vincent (Mary) Shier and Gordon Shier; passed away at Brandon Regional Health Centre, Brandon, MB, on Thursday, May 3, 2012 at 82 years of age.

A service to celebrate Gerald�s life will be held at the Hamiota District Sports Complex, Hamiota, MB on Wednesday, May 9, 2012 at 2:00 PM followed by a time of fellowship and refreshments. A private family interment will take place at the Crandall Cemetery prior to the service. 
Shier, Clarence Gerald (I03658)
 
12 CARTER: Pauline (Simpson)
At Henley Place, London on Sunday, April 15, 2018 formerly of Arva in her 88th year. Beloved wife of the late Douglas Carter (1981). Dear mother of Karen Hill and Dean Brooks of Dorchester and Larry and Lisa Carter of Arva. Dear grandmother of Brandon, and Austin; Tyler, Shannon, Jason, Spencer, Nicole. Also survived by several special nieces and nephews. Dear sister and sister-in-law of Bev and Ann Simpson of Embro. Predeceased by sister Doris Gregory and her husband Carman, Lois Hoggarth and her husband Ross, and Ken Simpson and his wife Ruby. Pauline was Past President of the London Executives Association and the Better Business Bureau. A heartfelt thank you to the nurses and staff at Henley Place.

Friends may call at the Haskett Funeral Home, 223 Main Street, Lucan on Wednesday from 4-8 PM where the funeral service will be held on Thursday, April 19th at 11 AM. Interment St. James Cemetery, Clandeboye. 
Simpson, Pauline (I13885)
 
13 EVELYN PRIDHAM

With great sadness, we announce the passing of Evelyn Jewell Pridham in her 92nd year, at the Ritz Lutheran Villa, Mitchell, with family by her side, on Sunday February 21, 2016.

Evelyn was the oldest of ten children born to the late Clifford and Leone (Sidwell) Kemp in Fullarton Township. Evelyn married the late Ormond Pridham (2004) in 1945, and together raised four children on their family farm, until retiring to Mitchell in 1991. Evelyn and Ormond were active in their church and community, taking on many positions in Bethel Munro United Church, Thamesview United Church in Fullarton, and then the Main Street United Church in Mitchell. Evelyn took great interest in U.C.W. work and also in the Mitchell and District Agricultural Society "Women's Division". Evelyn enjoyed travelling with Ormond, helping with crafts at the Ritz Villa, participating in the Mitchell Fair (winning several prizes for her oil paintings), golfing, watching baseball (especially the Blue Jays) and in later years - lawn bowling, playing cards with many friends, all the activities that the Ritz Manor Outreach programs offered and visiting shut-ins at the Ritz Villa and other nearby nursing and retirement homes.

Her greatest enjoyment was family gatherings and having visits with her siblings, children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. She often said " I am 91 years old you know, and I have had a wonderful life".

Evelyn's kind and cheerful personality, the stories she could tell and her witty comebacks will be sadly missed by her children Sandra Norris and Jim McLafferty, Larry Pridham, and Audrey and Don Bissonnette, and ten grandchildren Cathy Norris and Kent Sweetman, Carrie Elsdon, Chris and Karen Elsdon, Chrystal Elsdon, Cindy and Dale Johnston, Angie Pridham, Sally and Rob Pittaway, Mike Dunlop and Taryn Roach, Dan Dunlop and Amanda Rose, Steve and Emily Dunlop, and 21 great grandchildren.

Lovingly remembered by sisters Betty Cowell and Shirley (Laverne) Zimmer, and brothers Earl (Vera) Kemp and Harold (Marg) Kemp, also sisters-in-law Phyllis Kemp and Anne Kemp, and brothers-in-law Bill Cornish and Bill Gatenby. Also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Evelyn was predeceased by daughter Judy Elsdon(2011), and siblings Dalton Kemp, Gordon Kemp, and George Kemp, Faye Sager, and Marg Cornish, also in-laws Jean Kemp, Ernie Sager, Carl Vock, Cecil Cowell, Allan and Dorothy Pridham, Donna Gatenby, and Tom and Donna Pridham.

The family would like to thank the entire staff of the Ritz Villa and Dr. Kenyon for their support and care of our dear sweet Mom.

Friends will be received at the Lockhart Funeral Home, 109 Montreal St., Mitchell on Wednesday, February 24 from 6-9 p.m. and on Thursday from 1:00 p.m. until time of funeral service at 2:00 p.m. Spring interment in Woodland Cemetery, Mitchell. 
Kemp, Evelyn Jewell (I07979)
 
14 Gladys Irene Doupe (nee Hume)
aged 50 - April 6, 1946

Following an extended illness, Mrs. B.H. Doupe passed away at her home in Crandall on Saturday, April 6th, at the age of 50 years, 2 months and two days.

Gladys Irene Hume was born at Elkhorn and her marriage to Benjamin Hartwell Doupe took place in 1918 at Elkhorn. Previous to her marriage, Miss Hume was a teacher in Crandall school.

During her residence in the district, the good lady has worked for the better things in life, and earned the respect of all, and her death is a matter of sincere regret to those who enjoyed her acquaintante.

The funeral held on Tuesday afternoon in Crandall United church was largely attended and was conducted by Rev. J.M. Wilson. The beautiful floral tributes were a silient testimony to a departed life. Burial was made in Crandall cemetery, the pallbearers being Gordon, Thomas and Earl Doupe. Geo. Pearson, E.A. Kitson and Delymer Johnston.

Left to mourn is a husband and one daughter, Margaret, and four sons, Harold, Benny, Arnold and Stanley, and two sisters, Mrs. A. McHardy, Vancouver; and Mrs. S.A. Springall, Kincaid. Sask.  
Hume, Gladys Irene (I11981)
 
15 Helen Shier (nee Parker)
March 24, 1900 - November 12, 1951

Mrs. Clarence E. Shier

Many friends gathered in the Crandall United church on Thursday to pay their last respects to a beloved citizen in the person of Mrs. C.E. Shier, who passed away in Hamiota hospital on Monday, November 12th, following a long illness, in her 52nd year.

Born at Lunenburg, N.S., on March 24, 1900, Helen Parker came west with her parents and resided at McConnell. Her marriage to Clarence Ernest Shier took place in Brandon December 8, 1926. During her residence in the Crandall district she took an interest in community affairs and made many friends, and her membership in the church and W.I. circles were highly valued. Her passing is a matter of sincere regret.

The service was conducted by Rev. J.B. Francis and the casket was laid to rest in Crandall cemetery by Ray O'Connor, Ed. Shier, Walter Beggs, Chas. R. Lee, C.W. Lewis, Wal. Hyndman. The floral tributes were numerous and very, beautiful.

Surviving is her husband and two sons, Gerald and Barry, at home; a daughter, Mrs. Phil Barteaux, Birtle; her mother and two brothers, Bruce and Rodney, McConnell; Max, Treterne; Joe, Meilta, and one sister, Mrs. Wm. May (Ruth) at Strathclair.

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Mrs. C.E. Shier Dies In 52nd Year

Mrs. C.E. Shier of Crandall, passed away suddenly on November 12th, in Hamiota hospital in her 52nd year. Mrs. Shier (nee Helen Parker) was born in Nova Scotia but came to Manitoba when quite young with her parents, to the Holylea district south of Strathclair where she received her education.

She was married to Clarence Shier on December 8th, 1926.

She leaves to mourn her loss a loving husband, one daughter, Beverley (Mrs. Phil Barteaux of Birtle), and 2 sons, Gerald and Barry at home, also her mother, Mrs. F.A. Parker. One sister, Ruth (Mrs. Wm. May) Strathclair, and 4 brothers; J.V., Melita; Bruce at McConnell; Max, Treherne, and Rod Strathclair.

The funeral was largely attended and was held in Crandall United church with Rev. Francis taking  
Parker, Helen (I03657)
 
16 JACK McPHAIL

John Allan "Jack" McPhail, 84, of St. Marys and formerly of Perth South passed away peacefully at St. Marys Memorial Hospital on Monday, January 23, 2012 following a courageous battle with cancer.

Beloved husband of Phyllis (Cooke) McPhail. Dear father of Dave McPhail (Suzanne) of Strathroy, Debbie Garlick (Kevin) of London, Mary Lou Watson (Robert Lee) of Strathroy and Murray McPhail (Karen Hernandez) of London. Loving grandfather of Candice, Natasha, Adam, Tyler, Mitchell, Kayla, Kelly, Connor, Arden and Sarah. Lovingly remembered by his nephew Warren Bennewies (Heather) and the Cooke family.

Predeceased by his parents Archie and Lois (Harper) McPhail and sister Grace (Bennewies) Smitjes.

Friends will be received at the Lockhart Funeral Home, 109 Montreal St., Mitchell on Wednesday, January 25, 2012 from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. where the funeral service will be held on Thursday at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Nancy Wetselaar officiating. Spring interment in Roy's Cemetery. 
McPhail, John Allan (I11196)
 
17 James MacDougald, 85, a resident of the Mitchell Nursing Home passed away peacefully at his residence on Wednesday, June 27, 2012 after a long battle with Parkinson Disease.

Beloved husband of 67 years of Beulah (Meadows) MacDougald. Dear father of Susann MacDougald-Boyes of Meaford, Judy McLean of Kitchener, Christopher MacDougald (Mary Lou) of Shallow Lake. Loving grandfather of Sean (Jaala) Plaskett, Michael (Tanya), Adam (Sherri), Craig (Kim) and Jeff (Laura) MacDougald. Cherished great grandfather of Laura, Jacob, Malia, Keira and Abbey Mae Plaskett , Madison MacDougald, Tenley MacDougald. Brother of Walter MacDougald (Marian) of Stratford. Brother-in-law of June Meadows of St. Pauls and Erma Meadows of Stratford. Also surviving are his many nieces and nephews.

Predeceased by his parents Ormond and Margaret (Walker) MacDougald, son-in-law Doug Boyes, brother John MacDougald, brothers-in-law Jack and Roy Meadows.

Friends will be received at the Lockhart Funeral Home, 109 Montreal St., Mitchell on Monday, July 2, 2012 from 2-4 and 7-9 pm. The funeral service will take place at the funeral home on Tuesday at 1:30 pm. Interment in Fullarton Cemetery.  
MacDougald, James G. (I04970)
 
18 Jane E. Martin
(August 11, 1929 - August 22, 2008)

Madison - Jane E. Martin died peacefully on Aug. 22, 2008 at Capitol Lakes Retirement Center, Madison. She was born Aug. 11, 1929 in Chicago, IL, the daughter of Eugene and Elizabeth (Klewer) Martin. Jane graduated from Madison Central High School and began her career at Rayovac and later worked for the state of Wisconsin. She was employed in the Highway Division of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, where she advanced to an administrative position before her retirement. She volunteered in the gift shop at St. Mary�s and Meriter hospitals for many years and was employed part time at the Monona branch of the Madison Public Library after retiring. Jane enjoyed golf, bowling, and travel and was an avid Cubs fan.

A member of St. Raphael�s since childhood, Jane was a devout Catholic. She served as President of the Catholic Daughters of America and was active in many church related organizations including the St. Raphael Altar Society. She was associated with the Schoenstatt Sisters of Mary.

Jane was a devoted daughter, caring for her mother for many years before her death in 1981. She was a loving aunt and cousin who had a keen interest in her extended family. Jane will be remembered as a kind, generous woman who loved and served God and her neighbor. She is survived by sister-in-law, Avis Martin; nephews, Dennis (Kim) Martin; Patrick (Lynn) Martin; and Brendan Martin, all of Mukwonago; a niece, Kate (Chris) Conrad, Milwaukee; a first cousin, Mary C. Foegen, Winona, MN; and other relatives and friends. Besides her parents, Jane was preceded in death by her brother, James J. Martin, in 2003, and two other brothers in infancy.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2008 at St. Patrick�s Catholic Church, 404 E. Main St., Madison, at 10:30 a.m. with Rev. Msgr. Kevin Holmes and Rev. Msgr. Douglas Dushack concelebrating. A visitation will be held at the church on Wednesday from 9:30 a.m. until the time of Mass. Graveside services to follow at Resurrection Cemetery. Memorials may be made to St. Raphael Cathedral Parish. The family would like to thank the staff at Meriter Health Services and Capitol Lakes Retirement Center for their kindness.  
Martin, Jane E. (I08446)
 
19 John "Jack" Lee Selves, 83, of Kimball, died at Regional West Medical Center in Scottsbluff on June 25, 2011. Funeral services for Jack will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, June 29, 2011 at the Cantrell Funeral Home in Kimball with pastor Dallas Powell officiating. Burial will be in the Kimball Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home on Tuesday from 1:00 until 6:00 p.m. Memorials have been established to the Kimball Volunteer Fire Department. The services have been entrusted to the Cantrell Funeral Home.

Jack Selves was born in Chase County KS on August 22, 1927 the son of William and Emily (Wheeler) Selves. He attended school in Chase County and after graduation he enlisted in the US Navy and served his country during WWII. Upon being discharged he lived in Arkansas City, KS for three years working in the oil field as a truck driver. He was married to Joyce Cox in 1950. He lived in Great Bend and many other towns in Kansas before moving to Kimball in 1969 and continuing his work in the oil field. During his retirement he enjoyed traveling the country delivering campers from the manufacturer to dealers throughout the United States. He took pride in his yard and enjoyed doing landscaping. Jack liked fishing, boating and water skiing and was an antique car enthusiast and had rebuilt two old cars. His family was always very important to him.

Survivors include his sons Norman (Jane) Selves of Kimball and Steve (Debbie) Selves of Montrose, CO; daughters Carol (Jim) Mason of Kearney, NE and Teresa Stevenson-Selves of Kimball; brother Jim Selves of Cottonwood Falls, KS; sisters Elaine Judd of Mattfield Green, KS and Virginia Bush of Anaheim, CA; grandchildren P.J., Marah, Jamie, Greg and Jonathan; great grandchildren Casey, Vycktoryja, Natasha and David; great great granddaughter Jessica. He was preceded in death by his parents, wife brothers Dean and Bill and sisters Kate and Anna Lucy. 
Selves, John Lee (I02699)
 
20 Lawrence "Larry", Raymond Yule, suddenly at Hillside Manor on August 22, 2009 at the age of 61.

Beloved son of the late Wilson V. (1980) and Lois E. (2006). Dear brother of Bill and Willie Yule of Lucan, Walter Yule of Brucefield and Dorothy Chappel of Exeter. Uncle of Chris and Stephen Yule, Darryl and Dawn Chappel and Bill and Juanita Ryan and great-uncle of Keirsten Ryan and Kyle Chappel. Aside from his parents, Larry was also predeceased by his brother-in-law Wayne Chappel (2003).

A Graveside Memorial Service will be held at Kirkton Union Cemetery on Wednesday August 26, 2009 at 10 a.m. with Rev. Kathy Wreford officiating.  
Yule, Lawrence Raymond (I11045)
 
21 Lloyd Edward Hazelwood
June 20, 1927 - November 20, 2010

Lloyd passed away at the Brandon, Regional Health Centre on Saturday, Nov. 20, 2010 at the age of 83 years.

Lloyd leaves to mourn his loving wife, June, of 58 years; Brent and Jill Hazlewood; Maureen and Rick Kitson; four grandchildren and one great grandchild. Lloyd is survived by his sister Olive, brother Raymond and brother-in-law Don Porter. He was predeceased by his parents Samuel and Jean; brothers Lorne and Earl; and sister Irma.

Lloyd lived and farmed in the Chumah district for many years. In 1968 he along with his wife and children moved to reside in Hamiota but he continued to farm until 1985. While farming, Lloyd also worked for Campbell Funeral Home for 25 years.

After retiring, he and June travelled to many destinations: England, Hawaii and Alaska to name a few and when at home he spent many enjoyable hours in their garden. In his early years, Lloyd played the violin, belonged to 4-H and played lots of ball. Later he enjoyed singing in the choir as well as curling, golf and pool. And he was always ready for a game of cards. Family was very important to Lloyd and he thoroughly enjoyed any time spent with them.

Lloyd enjoyed good health most of his life except for the last few weeks and his passing was a shock to us all.

A service to celebrate Lloyd's life was held at the Hamiota United Church, Hamiota, MB on Thursday, Nov. 25 at 2:00 p.m. and interment followed at the Hamiota cemetery.  
Hazlewood, Lloyd Edward (I03463)
 
22 M. Kathleen (Kay) (Thomson) Morley formerly of Exeter
Posted by Haskett Funeral Homes Ltd. on February 13, 2012

At Queensway Nursing Home, Hensall on Saturday, February 11, 2012, formerly of Exeter in her 94th year. Beloved wife of the late Russell Morley (1984). Dear mother of Shirley and Floyd Cooper and Barb and Ken Lovie all of Exeter, Gerald and Cathy Morley and Ralph Morley all of London and Karen Morley of Bruderheim, Alberta. Dear grandmother of Kathy and Robert Bray, Nancy and Dan Smith, Joan Cooper and Carolyn May, Doug and Jan Cooper, Dan and Lorri Morley, Shari and Rick Roberts, Nicole Morley, Christopher Morley and Kristina Morley. Also survived by 11 great-grandchildren. Dear sister and sister-in-law of Florence and Charlie McRoberts and Marion Thomson all of Granton and Ola Morley of London. Predeceased by a daughter-in-law Fran Morley, brothers Bill Thomson and George Thomson, and a sister-in-law Maida Morley and her husband Coleman.

Friends may call at the Haskett Funeral Home, 370 William Street, (1 street west of Main), Exeter on Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 PM where the funeral service will be held on Thursday, February 16th at 11 AM with Rev. Judith Ritchie and Bob Heywood officiating. Interment Exeter Cemetery. There will be a Rebekah Service in the funeral home Wednesday evening at 6:30 PM. 
Thomson, Mary Kathleen (I09190)
 
23 Marion Joan Bendall, 69, R.P.N. at the Waverly Retirement Home, London, died suddenly on October 6, 2015. Born in St. Marys, March 28, 1946, daughter of the late James and Marion (Henry) Bendall. Sadly missed by her brother Bob (Betty) Bendall, sister Norma (Paul) Hansen, sister-in-law Helen Bendall and brother-in-law Ron Shamblaw. Loving aunt and great-aunt of several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by brothers James "Jim" Bendall (1992) and sister Eva Shamblaw (2015).

Cremation to take place. Family and friends are invited to the Andrew L. Hodges Funeral Home, 47 Wellington St. S. St. Marys, on Monday, October 12, 2015 for visiting from 6 p.m. until the time of the Memorial Service at 8 p.m. Private family burial in St. Marys Cemetery at a later date. 
Bendall, Marion Joan (I12215)
 
24 Percy Selves

Percy Nolan Selves, 81, of Greenleaf, died Monday, Feb. 25, 1991, at his home of natural causes. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday, March 1, at the Dakan Funeral Chapel, Caldwell. Mr. Grant Yearsley of' Garden Valley will officiate. A private family inurnment will be at a later date at the Greenleaf Cemetery.
Mr. Selves was born Feb. 10, 1910, at Durham, Mo., the son of Thomas and Alice McChristy Selves. He married Vivian McCullough March 22, 1935, at Philadelphia, Mo. They resided in Ewing, Mo., until the spring of 1937 at which time they moved to LaGrande, Ore. They moved to Idaho in the spring of 1948 and to Greenleaf in 1970 where they had since resisted. Over the years he was a tradesman, working as a welder, carpenter, dairyman and farmer. He worked for Crookham Seed Co. at Caldwell for three years before retiring in 1982.
He was a member of the First Baptist Church at LaGrange, Mo. He enjoyed hunting and was an avid fan of all sports. He loved to play pool with friends and entered many tournaments.
Survivors include his wife, Vivian of Greenleaf; three sons, Forrest Selves of Pocatello, Thomas Selves of Las Cruces, N.M., and Boyd Selves of Santa Clara, Calif.; five daughters, Vera Matthews of Reno, Nev., Janice Brockman of Long Beach, Calif., Ruth York of Caldwell, Leta Ryals of Boise and Joan Alioto of Floriston, Calif.; a sister, Catherine Solter of LaGrange, Mo.; a brother, Jack Selves of Pendleton, Ore.; a stepbrother, Cecil Yarbrough of Caldwell; 30 grandchildren; and 24 great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents; a son, Roy Selves; a son-in-law, Bob York and three grandsons.
Friends may call from .7 to 9 p.m. today at the Dakan Funeral Chapel, Caldwell.
The family suggests memorials be made to a favorite charity. 
Selves, Percy Nolan (I00412)
 
25 Private James Earl Roadhouse
Born on 17 November 1893 in Kirkton, Ontario - son of William T. and D.E. Roadhouse, Kirkton, Ontario - at the time of his enlistment in 1916: present address in Kirkton, Ontario; trade as farmer; single; no current or previous military service; Methodist; height of 5 feet 9.5 inches; chest of 37.5 inches fully expanded; fair complexion; blue eyes; light brown hair.

Joined the 110th Battalion, CEF, in Kirkton, Ontario, on 2 March 1916 (number 727649) - taken on the strength of the 38th Battalion, CEF, on 26 or 27 June 1917 - killed in action on 10 August 1918 - name inscribed on the Vimy Memorial, France. 
Roadhouse, James Earl (I01704)
 
26 Robert Stuart Lamond, born on October 5th, 1916 in Blanshard Township, a resident of Kingsway Lodge, St. Marys, passed away on February 5th, 2010 in his 94th year.

He was one of ten children of the late Edna Merle (nee Clipperton) and Alexander N. Lamond. He farmed at Cherry Grove, R.R. #3 Thorndale from 1951 until 2001. Bob enjoyed his family, his trips with his wife, his garden, a good game of euchre, visiting with all people, playing his harmonica, riding his bicycle and motorcycles and cross-country skiing. He just loved life; he rode his bicycle and skied until he was eighty years old.

Robert was predeceased by his loving wife, Doris May King on July 25th, 1995. He will be sadly missed by his children Roberta and Steven Mack of Calgary, James and Diane of St. Marys, Carman and Carol of London and Robert and Ruth of St. Marys. Grandchildren Deborah, Michael, Cedric, Graham, Cherie and great- grandchildren Shaun and Allison. He is also survived by his sister Grace Delaney and sisters-in-law Merle Lamond and Joyce Nethercott, brothers-in-law Don Hunt of London and Lewis Pelton of Embro and many nieces and nephews.

Aside from his parents and wife, Robert was also predeceased by his brothers Duncan, Jack, George, Norm, Richard and his sisters Margaret Elgie, Ann Hunt and Jean Chamney, brothers-in-law Bill Elgie, Graham Chamney, Michael Delaney, George Carr, Ken Pickle, Lloyd Nethercott, Jack Metters, sisters-in-law Louise, Barb, Ruby, Grace, Ina and Marjorie.

As per Bobs wishes there will be no funeral visitation. A celebration of Bobs life will be held at a later date.  
Lamond, Robert Stuart (I11010)
 
27 Stan Doupe
March 18th 1933 - December 30, 2009

DOUPE: Stan Doupe, beloved husband of Vel for 55 years, father of Scott, his wife Barb, and their children Alyssa, Kristen, Timothy; Glenn; Neil, his wife Jody and their daughter Jacinta; and Malcolm, his wife Deborah and their children Sarah, Alicia and Christopher, passed away peacefully on December 30, 2009.
Stan was predeceased by his mother, Gladys (Hume) Doupe in 1946, father Benjamin Hartwell Doupe in 1966, infant brother Melville John, sister in-law Joyce, brother Ben, sister in-law Audrey and brother Ron. He is survived by his brother Harold, sister Margaret Heise, brother in-law Dave Heise, sister in-law Norleen Doupe, cousins, nieces and nephews. He was born March 18th 1933.
Farming the Crandall family homestead was Stan�s life and interest from a young man until his passing. He very much enjoyed people, exchanging and telling stories, coffee with friends, curling, hockey and sports. He worked as an Adjustor for Manitoba Crop Insurance for over 20 years and enjoyed traveling to surrounding communities and talking with the other farmers. Stan took an interest in the well-being of the Crandall and Hamiota communities and served on numerous volunteer boards. At the time of his passing he was still active on the Crandall Cemetery Board.
As a family we are blessed and honoured to have shared his life. We will miss his love, friendship, humour and stories. Rest in peace Stan; your loving family.
A service to celebrate Stan�s life will be held at the Hamiota United Church, Hamiota, Manitoba, on Saturday, January 9, 2010 at 2:00 p.m.  
Doupe, Stanley (I11987)
 
28 Thomas Wesley Doupe
1895 - April 29th, 1975

DECKER -- Funeral service was held in Decker United Church on May 1st, 1975 for Tommy Doupe, who passed away at Hamiota Hospital April 29th, in his 80th year.

Rev. Smith of Shoal Lake officiated. Interment Was in Crandall Cemetery. Campbell's Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Tommy was born and educated at Crandall, served overseas during the War 1914-18 and upon his return took up farming in the Decker district. He remained active in mixed farming until his retirement in 1964. Since then he has resided in Decker.

Left to mourn -- his sister, Mabel Pearson of Cypress River; his brother Earl Of Claresholm, Alta., 21 nieces, and nephews.

Pallbearers were: Dave Heise, Ken Smith, Gerald Decker, Bill Gammack, George Davis, Russell Sunley.

Ushers were: Ray Lints and Raymond Foxton. 
Doupe, Thomas Wesley (I11969)
 
29 Vera Marguerite Gurr (nee Hazlewood)
April 10, 1919 - Feb. 17, 2009

GURR: Vera Marguerite Gurr peacefully passed away Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2009 at the Brandon Regional Health Centre at the age of 89 years. Vera was born April 10, 1919 on, the Hazlewood homestead near Crandall, MB to Ed and Laura Hazlewood. Vera attended school in Crandall.
On Nov. 2, 1943, she married Bert Gurr and they set up their farming operation in the Hamiota area. Vera kept very busy with raising their three children and working on the farm. Vera had a love for music and spent countless hours helping and encouraging her family with music lessons and homework. She was an amazing cook and school lunches were not just thrown together, but packed with love. She was an active member of the Hamiota Pentecostal Church where she taught Sunday school and was involved in the church's Women's Ministries.
In 1973. Bert and Vera moved to Brandon. They purchased the King Koin Laundry and operated the business until June 2000. Throughout their 27 years of business, Vera spent endless hours dry cleaning and ironing. Brandon Calvary Temple was Bert and Vera's home church. Many Sundays they conducted services in numerous surrounding churches and care facilities. Vera assisted Bert by playing the piano for many of the services and they often sang duets. For their dedication, they received formal recognition in the form of a plaque from Calvary Temple for "Sixteen Years of Devoted Service". Vera particularly enjoyed attending monthly seniors luncheons and activities at the church. She was an avid reader, loved doing crossword puzzles, playing Crokinole and Scrabble. In the summer, Vera spent many enjoyable hours looking after the garden and flowers. She had a special place in her heart for family and friends who were always made welcome in her home.
Left to cherish many happy memories are: her three children, Everett (Audrey) Gurr, Bernice (Alan) King and Ivan Gurr. Vera also leaves behind six grandchildren: Sheldon (Loren) Gurr, Sharla (Mike) Kanski, Rita (Aurel) Vodon, Debbie (Dale) Bochek, Wendy (Neil) Winters, Wonda (Greg) Facey, and 14 great grandchildren: Mason, Nash, Ella Gurr; Noah, Levi Kanski; Trevor, Terrance, Tyler Vodon; Kyle, Ashley Bochek; Jake, Dylan, Ben Winters; Brooke Facey. She also leaves her sister Mervena Irvine.
Vera was predeceased by her parents Ed and Laura Hazlewood and one sister Ethel Gurr. The funeral service was held at Memories Chapel in Brandon on Saturday, Feb. 21, 2009. Rev. Gary Jennings officiated. Interment was at Rosewood Memorial Gardens.  
Hazlewood, Vera Marauerite (I03444)
 
30 Violet (Vi) Iola Smith (nee Hazlewood)
November 30, 1916 - 2009

SMITH: Violet (Vi) Iola Smith, loving wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and great great grandmother, passed away at Birch Lodge Personal Care Home with her family by her side, succumbing to a recent stroke.
Vi was born Nov. 30, 1916 to John and Amanda Hazlewood of Chumah, a small district west of Hamiota. She was the eldest daughter in a family of four daughters, and one fellow, Ray, who was raised as a brother.
When Vi completed high school in Crandall, she lived in her parent's home until her marriage to Herb Smith on Oct. 15, 1938. With Vi's marriage her parents relocated to a farm a mile north and Vi and Herb lived and farmed the west half of 34-13-24. In 1950 they purchased and moved to SE 4-14-24, the original Hazlewood homestead. This moved Vi and her family to the big Hazlewood house she had always dreamed about!
In spite of being a farm wife who helped Herb when she could, who prepared marvelous meals to feed hungry harvest gangs, who canned every kind of fruit, vegetable, and meat available, who drove the school van when Herb was working in the fields, Vi found time to devote to their family of two daughters and one son.
While being a contributing partner on the farm and being a good mother were two of Vi's life passions, there were others. From her earliest days in her parents' home, Vi learned to play the pump organ and then the piano. Like her father, who played old time music by ear, Vi developed an ear for music that would enable her to play anything she heard. she heard. But her parents encouraged her to study music further. While hard economic times, growing responsibilities and marriage would leave Vi with her Grade X Toronto Conservatory, her playing ability was amazing. Vi could sit down to a musical score she had never seen and play it with finesse.
From an early age Vi began her lifelong sharing of her musical talent. As a young girl she walked to several of the local farms to give music lessons, and through the years in both Crandall and Hamiota gave private piano lessons which influenced the musical lives of dozens of young people.
Church was another way that Vi could share musical ability. For almost 60 years she contributed her music to the United Church: first in Chumah, then in Crandall, and finally in Hamiota.
Vi was a strong supporter of festivals. She encouraged her piano students to participate, she trained and accompanied vocalists, and served on on the Board of the Birdtail River Fine Arts Festival.
Vi never turned down an opportunity to entertain, whether in local concerts, official openings, or special celebrations in the community. Out of Vi's need to entertain came the creation in 1954 of the Vi Smith Orchestra. Vi first played the piano accordion, but it was soon replaced by an electric organ and the Hammond sound provided the unmistakable background to the other instruments! The orchestra not only gave her own children an outlet to develop their musical skills, but gave the same opportunity to a number of local musicians.
Vi composed music, as well as playing music. As with many composers, many of these compositions came as a dream in the night. Stealing quietly to the piano she would allow the melody and the lyrics to become reality.
In 1982 she wrote a hymn specially for the 1982 Crandall School Reunion. The universal appeal of this hymn has seen it used on occasion by surrounding communities, and it was included in the R. M. of Hamiota's Centennial celebration in 1984, and the Town of Hamiota's Centennial in 2007.
In 1983 her hymn, "The First Christmas Morn" was adopted by the United Church of Canada to be included in the White Gift Package sent across Canada.
Vi also wrote the musical scores to support some of the Christmas dramas at Hamiota Collegiate. When music is in your soul it will not be contained and until the age of 92 she was still able to sit to the piano to entertain the residents in Lilac Lodge in which she had lived after the death of her husband in 2003.
Vi's musical ability did not go unnoticed. In 1983 the Hamiota Lions Club gave Vi one of their special golden lions in recognition of "Many Faithful Musical Years". In 1984 she received from Hamiota Collegiate the Birdtail River Teachers' Association Plaque recognizing the time and skills she had shared with young people in the school. In 1985 at the Brandon YWCA's first Women of Distinction Awards, Vi was named Woman of Distinction in the Arts Category!
Another passion in Vi's life was the time she spent with her family at the cottage at Shoal Lake. As a very young girl, Vi began to enjoy the annual trip to the lake that her Shier grandparents and her own mom and dad insisted upon. In her husband Herb, she found the man who would be willing to share this annual summer life. From 1947 until 2008, Vi and her family have spent summertime at the cottage: there was the solitude of the lake itself; there were the amazing sunsets; there was family!
Thankfully, the passions that Vi had the good fortune to follow are being pursued by her children, grandchildren and great grandchild.
Left to mourn are daughters Glenda Smith (Wilf Zimmer), Judy (Wayne) Reed, and son Ken (Vicki) Smith; grandson Ken Reid and granddaughters Pamela Stubbs (Ken Steenburgh), Cathy Van Buskirk (Murray Chrun), and Kerry Van Buskirk; great granddaughter Melissa Reid; great great granddaughter Coral Violet Aldrich; sister Ina Hyndman (Glen Wright); "brother" Ray (Gerry) Hazlewood; sisters-in-law Alice Johnston, Velma Smith and Olive Smith; brothers-in-law Les Rudd and Jack (Peggy) Smith; as well as many neices, nephews, cousins and friends.
Vi was predeceased by her husband Herb, her parents John and Amanda Hazlewood; Herb's parents John and Rachel Smith; sisters Verna in infancy and Alice Rudd; brothers and sisters-in-law Ormand Hyndman, Newton (Betty) Smith, Everett (Eileen) Tennant, Cecil (Pearl) Kidd, Buzz (Rena) Smith, and Lorne (Margaret) Caldwell.  
Hazlewood, Violet Iola (I03433)
 
31 Vivian Halle, age 88, of Noblesville, died on Saturday, Nov. 19, 2011, at Riverwalk Village in Noblesville following an extended illness. She was born on Dec. 1, 1922, in Neillsville, Wisc., to Hugh and Betsy (Rose) Selves.

She is survived by three children, Oscar E. (Kathy) Halle, Jr. of Noblesville; Audrey Fisher of Indianapolis, and Margarite (Briggs) Cunningham of Pine, Colo.; three grandchildren, Julie Johnson, Gary Hodge, and Roger Cunningham; and six great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Oscar E. Halle, Sr.; one son, Norbert Halle; and granddaughter, Christine Harden-Jackson.

Visitation was held from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2011, at Scott E. Hersberger Funeral Home, 1010 N. Main St., Lapel. A funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2011, at Scott E. Hersberger Funeral Home in Lapel, with Tom Foust officiating. Burial will follow in Brookside Cemetery, Lapel. 
Selves, Vivian (I08430)
 
32 William Richard Kirk
July 16, 1891 - April 3, 1949

On Sunday, April 3rd, death came to W.R. (Will) Kirk, following an illness extending over several months.

Mr. Kirk was born in the Chumah district on July 16, 1891, and received his education in the Chumah school, which was situated near the present church.

His marriage took place on December 25th, 1919, to Margaret A. Colbeck, of Scotia. The couple took up residence in the Chumah district and have farmed successfully. Mr. Kirk was very active in community enterprises and did not spare himself in the responsibilities that were laid upon him.

In 1936 he was elected to the Trustee board of the Consolidated School District of Crandall and for the past six years was Chairman.

He was a very active member of the Loyal Orange Lodge, and had served in all the important offices in Crandall Lodge, 1804, and at the time of death, was the Treasur of Miniota County, L.O.L. Also he was a member of the Board of Stewards of Chumah United church.

His wife, one son, Harvey John, a daughter, Bernice, also a sister, Mrs. Kennedy (Laura) of Vancouver, and two brothers, Milford, at Chumah, and Dave, St Louis, Mo., survive.

Tribute to his life and work was paid in the remarks of Rev. J.M. Wilson, who conducted the funeral service held the following Tuesday in Crandall United church. Members of the L.0.L. of Hamiota and Crandall attended and conducted their impressive service in Crandall cemetery. A male quartette sang "Breathe on me, breath of God."

As a mark of respect, the school was closed on the afternon of the funeral.

Honourary pall bearers were G.L. Dibblee, C. Lewis, Sr., E. Hazlewood, A. Ferris, S.S. Lewis, A.W. Kirk; the active, all nephews: Ken and Murray Kidd, Keith Kirk, Lawrence Amy, Edwin Colbeck and John Mathison.  
Kirk, William Richard (I02511)
 
33 WWII - WI Pvt 128 Inf Selves, Forrest (I08466)
 
34 Zvonkin

Suddenly as the result of a motor vehicle accident in Caledon on Monday, October 2, 2000, Carly Patricia, loving daughter of Vince and Frances (nee Kelly) Zvonkin, in her 21st year. Loving sister of Jonathan Zvonkin. Dear granddaughter of Brian and Pat Kelly and Carl and Jo Zvonkin. Dear great granddaughter of Abe and Jean Zvonkin. Dear god daughter of Debra Marshall and Patrick Kelly. Also survived by several aunts, uncles and cousins. Visitors will be received at John T. Donohue Funeral Home, 362 Waterloo Street at King Street, on Wednesday evening from 7-9 and Thursday from 2-4 and 7-9 o'clock. Funeral Mass at St. Justin's Church, 855 Jalna Blvd. on Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Cremation. Prayers Thursday evening 8:30 o'clock. Donations to Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated.  
Zvonkin, Carly Patricia (I12793)
 
35 "Mayflower" Passenger Hopkins, Giles (I14140)
 
36 "Mayflower" Passenger Fisher, Elizabeth (I14142)
 
37 "Mayflower" Passenger Williams, Elizabeth (I14144)
 
38 "Mayflower" Passenger Hopkins, Oceanus (I14148)
 
39 "Ontario Marriage Registrations": Leeds & Grenville County, 1862, Page 68, "Return by Hugh NICHOLS, Minister, Regular Baptist Church, William HANNAH, 22, Canada, Co Huron? Osborne, s/o William & Margaret HANNAH; married Sarah L. STINSON, 18, Canada, Kitley, d/o John & Nancy STINSON; witn Rhoda NICHOL, Bastard, 30 Jan 1862." Sarah's husband William was killed on 1 March 1871 by a cave-in in a mine in Silver City, NV and is buried in the Gold Hill Cemetery in Silver City. Stinson, Sarah Jane (I13441)
 
40 "Our Baby" on cemetery marker Selves, Clyde William (I00516)
 
41 (a widow) ... previously married to a Carson or Parsons? Brown, Emma (I06577)
 
42 ----Source: CLARK COUNTY REPUBLICAN & PRESS (Neillsville, Wis.) 04/11/1918
Selves, Elmer (21 OCT 1862 - 7 APR 1918)
Elmer Selves, who lived east of the city (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.), died Sunday at the hospital in Eau Claire, following an operation on Saturday for ulcers of the stomach.

He was born at Buffalo, N.Y. Oct. 21, 1862, being the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Selves. He came with the family to Pleasant Ridge when he was three years old. Here he grew to manhood and was married to Miss Emma Randall Nov. 11, 1882. Later they moved to a farm near the city, which he carried on and also worked at the mason trade. He was a good workman, an honest upright citizen, a fair and conscientious man in all his dealings with his fellow men. He was a kind husband and father, and an accommodating neighbor. He was for many years a prominent member of the Odd Fellow Lodge and the Modern Woodmen.
He leaves a wife and two sons, Byron and Hugh; also an aged mother, four brothers: Thomas, Richard, William and Edward Selves, and one sister, Mrs. Estelle Snyder, of Neillsville.
The funeral was held at the home Sunday under the auspices of the Eastern star, of which Mrs. Davis was an honored member. Rev. G.W. Longenecker also assisted in the services. 
Selves, Elmer (I08364)
 
43 008339-00 (Huron Co): Thomas J. CHAPPEL, 30, evangelist, Canada, Blanshard, s/o John CHAPPEL&
Elizabeth COOPER married Alvina SWITZER, 27, teacher, d/o Mrs. A. H. HANLEY.Wit: Sidney
CHAPPEL ofWoodham and Carrie SWITZER of St. Mary's. December 28, 1899 atWoodham Usborne
Twp. 
Family F1797
 
44 008346-00 (Huron Co): Whiteford L. SWITZER, 24, farmer, Blanshard, same, s/o Fletcher D. SWITZER & Eliza DOUPE married Minnie E. SAWYER, 19, Blanshard, Usborne, d/o Aaron SAWYER & Sarah HAZELWOOD. Wit: William J. SAWYER and Mrs. W. J. SAWYER, both of Winchelsea. January 2, 1900 at Usborne Family F0614
 
45 016560-24 (Perth Co) Hugh DALRYMPLE, 27, farmer, Hibbert Twp, Hibbert Twp, s/o William DALRYMPLE (b. Hibbert Twp) & Jean STEWART married Ellen Irene DOW, 30, housework, Hibbert Twp, Hibbert Twp, spinster, d/o William DOW (b. Hibbert Twp) & Eliza Jane LOVE, witn: Wilbur Roy DOW & Edna Innes DALRYMPLE both of Cromarty Ontario, 25 June 1924 in Cromarty. Family F4665
 
46 016572-24 (Perth Co) William John FLOOD, 35, farm laborer, Ireland, Cromarty, widower, s/o James FLOOD (b. Ireland) & (mother�s name not known) married Mary Ellen RUSSELL, 39, domestic, Fullarton Twp, Cromarty, spinster, d/o James L. RUSSELL (b. Fullarton Twp) & Mary CORNISH, witn: R. GRAHAM & Ethel U. BALFOUR both of Cromarty, 3 September 1924 in Cromarty. Family F4667
 
47 018084-27 Oscar Carswell CUTHILL, 23, farmer, McKillop twp, McKillop twp, s/o John CUTHILL (b. Ontario) & Mary SCOTT married Rowena May PRIDHAM, 24, Fullarton twp, Fullarton twp, d/o Jasper PRIDHAM (b. Ontario) & Nettie ROSS, witn: Mrs. S. P. ARMSTRONG & Mrs. H. L. BENNIE both of Mitchell, 1 October 1927 in Mitchell. Family F1562
 
48 018348-14 Howard Nelson BALFOUR, 24, druggist, Fullarton, Toronto, s/o William G. BALFOUR & Mary E. BAKER married Vera Margaret Charlotte HAZLEWOOD, 21, Usborne, Kirkton, d/o David HAZLEWOOD & Charlotte J. SHIER, witn: Martyn D. BALFOUR of Toronto & Nellie A. HAZLEWOOD of Kirkton, 19 May 1914 in Kirkton Family F1234
 
49 1 child Passmore, Sarah Lelia (I09461)
 
50 1 child Bacheller, Angela Nozessvo (I09477)
 

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