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ERB o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2006-03-27 published
Folk fest director hanging it up
Summerfolk artistic director won't return after this summer
By Bill HENRY
A search begins this week for the next Summerfolk artistic director.
Liz HARVEY- FOULDS, heading into her second festival this summer, has told the Georgian Bay Folk Society board she won't apply to renew her two-year contract.
Trying to program the music festival from her home near Thunder Bay has been frustrating and difficult while teaching high school full-time, HARVEY- FOULDS said in an interview Saturday.
When she took over the part-time contract position in the fall of 2004 from Don BIRD, who resigned after a dispute with the board, HARVEY- FOULDS was teaching part-time and planned to relocate to Owen Sound and teach school here. She said she gave that idea up after realizing she would lose seniority and have no job security.
“I've agonized and tossed and turned over this,” HARVEY- FOULDS said as folk society volunteers set up for the annual Last Chance Saloon concert and competitive audition for a main stage slot this summer.
HARVEY- FOULDS said the working relationship with the board has been “terrific,” there's no controversy around her departure and she regrets leaving after such a short time.
Folk society president Pam HEARN- ERB said the board appreciated HARVEY- FOULDS' early notice, which came weeks ago but was to be made public in a media release today. No public announcement was to be made Saturday during the Last Chance Saloon, which also serves as a volunteer recognition party.
“I think Liz has been good for us. She had big shoes to fill and we think she filled them well,” HEARN- ERB said.
“As a board we're totally fine with it. We appreciated her honesty and we certainly appreciated her being here. We think she's been really good for the organization.&rdquo
HARVEY- FOULDS has programmed the Red Rocks folk festival for several years as a volunteer, and plans to continue that. Her first Summerfolk lineup was the 30th annual last August.
She assumed the role with a goal and a mandate to return the event to its folk roots. She brought back mostly favourite acts from the festival's history, with a mix of newer, younger folk artists and a few veterans who had never played Summerfolk.
She said her plan then, and again this year, was to gather musicians who knew one another or could work well enough together to mix up entertaining and spontaneous music at the informal workshops, which are more vital to the festival's success than spotlight evening performances, she said.
“I tried not to focus on trying to prove anything to anybody, because there was a lot of pressure I realized after the event on me to prove that I could do it. I decided not to think about that, but instead to think about a celebration of the festival's past and the strengths of the community and making the weekend a really wonderful experience.&rdquo
She said she was justifiably criticized by some last year for hiring too few women, not enough country musicians, and especially not enough world music. She's fixed that this year with a lineup announced Saturday night which includes African guitarists, several Cuban and Latin jazz groups, a long list of women songwriters and singers, and several country music performers.
The lineup for the August 18, 19 and 20 festival at Kelso Beach includes:
Plenty of Cuban, African and Latin American acts for world music fans, including The African Guitar, Jane Bunnett and her band of Cuban and Canadian jazz players, a 12-piece band from Cuba, the Latin Jazz band Flamenco Caravan, and Latin jazz singer Eliana Cuevas.
Prairie Oyster and Alan Rhody from Nashville for country fans.
A long list of women including Juno winner Lynn Miles, Mae Moore with Lester Quitzau, blues singer Rita Chiarelli, The Anne Lindsay Band, and Fig for A Kiss, featuring Sahra Featherstone.
Songwriters Bill Bourne; Alex Sinclair of Tamarack; Ottawa-area newcomer Brock ZEEMAN; and both Steve DICKINSON and David SEREDA from the Owen Sound area, as well as Walkerton's Richard KNECHTEL.
Groups include East Coast rockers and award winners Chucky Danger, the Appalachian and Celtic influenced New England trio Crooked Still and Winnipeg's D. Rangers, who mix Bluegrass and western swing with a punk rock attitude.
Rob Elder and Friends, with Pete Devlin and Joel Morelli, who were clear crowd favourites to win a main stage slot with their 15-minute Last Chance Saloon performance Saturday night. It was the second time Elder has won the event.
Georgian Bay Folk Society policies require the board to advertise the artistic director position every two years. Advertisements will go out immediately with plans to fill the position by June and have both new and current artistic directors at this year's festival for a smooth transition.
Both the director and the president said Saturday there are clear and obvious advantages for whoever programs the festival to reside in the local community.
“I don't want to say that they should hire someone who lives in the community. That's not my place to say,” HARVEY- FOULDS said. “I don't think it's necessary to run the festival for the person to be here, but for me, if I'm the artistic director I need to be here. I need to be part of the community.&rdquo
When it became clear moving to Owen Sound was off, she said she bowed out of the position.
HEARN- ERB believes the job should go to someone living in the area.
“But that's not necessarily what the board will decide to do,&rdquo she said Saturday. “I think it's important to be involved in the community. Summerfolk is a community event. It really is and I think it's important for the person that's in charge of that aspect of it to understand the community.&rdquo
Only three of more than 30 candidates to replace BIRD were Grey-Bruce residents.
BIRD lives in Toronto but was originally from Owen Sound and maintained a local connection during his 10-year tenure and was able to attend almost every board meeting, HEARN- ERB said.

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ERB o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-01-03 published
FULTON, Grace Lillian (née MOLSON)
At Bluewater Health - C.E.E. Site, Petrolia, on Sunday, January 1, 2006. Grace Lillian FULTON (née MOLSON,) 81 years, of Fiddick's Nursing Home, Petrolia and formerly of Sarnia. Beloved wife of the late Alex FULTON (1978.) Dear mother of Connie and John JEPSON of Vancouver, British Columbia, Terry and Barbara FULTON of Petrolia, Brian FULTON of Sarnia and Sandra and Gary GOW of Cranbrook, British Columbia. Dear grandmother of Heather, Jason, Shaun and Christopher FULTON and step-grandmother of Adrienne, Erica and Andrew WARDER. Dear Sister of Melville and Marie MOLSON of Pembroke, Barbara and Bob ERB of Kingston and Joan MOLSON of Ottawa. Predeceased by a daughter-in-law, Patricia FULTON (1994.) The funeral service will be held at the Needham-Jay Funeral Home, Petrolia, on Wednesday, January 4, 2006 at 1: 30 p.m. with visitation from 12:30 p.m. to service time. Reverend Dr. Robert M. GIBSON will officiate. Interment in Lakeview Cemetery, Sarnia. As expressions of sympathy, memorial donations may be made by cheque to the St. Paul's United Church Building Fund. Memories and condolences may be sent on line at www.needhamjay.com

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ERB o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-04-18 published
READY, Phoebe Grace (née WORDEN)
Peacefully at Hillside Manor, R.R.#5, Stratford on Sunday, April 16, 2006 Phoebe Grace (WORDEN) READY in her 90th year. Born in Downie Township, a life-long resident of the Saint Marys area. Beloved wife of the late Lloyd READY (1994.) Also predeceased by a son Douglas (2000,) her parents W.J. and Annie (ERB) WORDEN, brother and sister-in-law John and Merle WORDEN, brother-in-law Neil McKAY, brother-in-law and sister-in-law Jack and Sue READY, brother-in-law Charlie READY and a great-grand-daughter of Ireland. Mother of John (Barbara) of Kitchener, Burton (Ara JANE) of Saint Marys, Grace MANTLE of Calgary. Mother-in-law of Shirley REABURN of Sauble Beach. Grandmother of Jane and Jerry, Brent, Michael and Lorraine, David and Judith, Kathy and Rick, Jody and Kevin, Steve and Kim, Geoffrey and Jolan, Gillian and Kirby and thirteen great-grandchildren. Sister of Mary McKAY of Stratford and Annie WORDEN of Kingsway Lodge and sister-in-law of Reta READY of Saint Marys and Dorothy BECHTEL of Kitchener. Resting at the L.A. Ball Funeral Chapel, 7 Water Street North, Saint Marys on Tuesday from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. The funeral service will be held at Saint Marys United Church (85 Church Street South) on Wednesday April 19, 2006 at 11 a.m. with Rev. Dr. Richard BOTT and Mr. Andreas THIEL officiating. Interment will be in Saint Marys Cemetery. Donations to Saint Marys United Church, Alzheimer Society or the charity of one's own choice would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy.

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ERB o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-06-02 published
RENNING, Jeremy
On Tuesday, May 30, 2006 at Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Jeremy RENNING, 24, of Weyburn, and formerly of R.R.#4, Seaforth. Cherished son of Maureen (ERB) and Ken RENNING of R.R.#4, Seaforth. Loving Daddy of Dakota. Lovingly remembered by his sister Paula (Jamie) RENNING- O'BRIEN of Vanastra, three brothers Ron RENNING, Tom RENNING and Josh RENNING, all at home, and his step-sister Katrina ROBERTS of Texas. Loved uncle of two special nephews, Bailley and Brayden. Dearly loved grand_son of Roy and Lenore ERB of Zurich, Tom and Noella TRIEBNER of Exeter and Ron and Val RENNING of Guelph. Dear nephew of Marvin ERB, Martha (Johnathan) A AT- MMENSAH, Murray ERB, Matthew (Janet) ERB, Mark ERB, Bill (Darlene) RENNING, Alan (Denean) RENNING and Denise (Andrew) TROYER. Also missed by his cousins. Welcomed into rest by his grandmother Doreen ERB (1991.) Family will receive Friends at the Whitney-Ribey Funeral Home, 87 Goderich Street West, Seaforth, on Monday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral service will be held at the Zurich Mennonite Church, Zurich, on Tuesday, June 6 at 2 p.m. Interment Zurich Mennonite Cemetery. Condolences at www.whitneyribey funeralhome.com.

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ERB o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-06-07 published
ERB GINGERICH, Carol (née ERB)
Peacefully at South Huron Hospital, Exeter, on Monday, June 5, 2006, Carol ERB GINGERICH, of Zurich, in her 67th year. Beloved wife of the late Rev. Cyril K. GINGERICH (1999.) Dear sister and sister-in-law of Delphine and Melvin ZEHR, of Kitchener, Joy and Cornelius KLASSEN, of Vineland, Eleanor and Orland JANTZI/YANTZI, of Waterloo, Kathryn and Paul STECKLE, of R.R.#2 Zurich, Charles and Tanya ERB, of Zurich, Marjorie STECKLE, of Tavistock, Philip and Laurie ERB, of Zurich, Audrey GINGERICH, of Magnetawan, Cleve and Margaret GINGERICH, of Grand Bend, Gloria and Wally DIRKS, of Petersburg and Pearl and Andrew KIPFER/KUEPFER, of New Hamburg. Survived by many nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. Predeceased by her parents Gordon and Mabel (JANTZI/YANTZI) ERB, brothers-in-law Gerald STECKLE, Victor GINGERICH and Gerald GINGERICH and one niece Connie STECKLE. Visitation in the J.M. McBeath Funeral Home, 49 Goshen St. N., Zurich on Thursday and Friday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The funeral service will be conducted on Saturday, June 10, 2006 at 10: 00 a.m. in the Zurich Mennonite Church. Pastor Phil WAGLER officiating. Cremation. Private family interment Zurich Mennonite Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Carol Erb Gingerich Scholarship Fund, C.B.M.I.; or the Zurich Mennonite Church Mission Fund. Condolences may be forwarded to www.jmmcbeathfuneralhome.com. A tree will be planted as a living memorial to Carol ERB GINGERICH.

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ERB o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-06-23 published
COOK, Janet " Jenny" (née CONNELL)
At Woodstock General Hospital on Thursday, June 22, 2006, Janet "Jenny" COOK (née CONNELL) of Woodstock in her 88th year. Beloved wife of the late John COOK (1992.) Cherished mother of John L. COOK and his wife Mary of Woodstock and Ann PETZ and her husband Eric of Burlington. Loving grandmother of Aveleigh COOK of Houston, Texas, Susan TURKALJ (Vince) of Waterloo, Elizabeth "Buffy" ERB (Trevor) of London, and Derek PETZ (Sylvia) of Burlington and great grandmother of Nicholas, Mathew and Brooke. Dear sister of Jean SHEDDEN of Paisley, Scotland and Lily FERGUSON of New Zealand and beloved aunt of Valerie EASTON (Wally) of Woodstock. Janet was a long-time member of Knox Presbyterian Church. Friends will be received at the Smith-LeRoy Funeral Home, 69 Wellington Street North, Woodstock on Sunday, 2-5 p.m. Funeral service in the chapel on Monday, June 26, 2006 at 11: 00 a.m. with Rev. Glenn KUKKOLA officiating. Cremation followed by interment later at the Presbyterian Cemetery. If desired, memorial donations to the Knox Presbyterian Church Memorial Fund would be appreciated. Smith-LeRoy, (519) 537-3611. Personal condolences may be sent at www.smithleroy.com

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ERB o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-12-12 published
RICHARDS, Dennis Gerald
Surrounded by his family at Bluewater Health Palliative Care Unit Sarnia on Sunday, December 10th, 2006 Dennis Gerald RICHARDS of Forest, age 57. Beloved husband of Liz (ERB) and special father of Melanie and Rob WESTER and Wendy RICHARDS all of Windsor. Cherished grandfather of Sarah and Alex. Loving son of Doris (Pegg) and Gerald RICHARDS. Dear brother of Sharron and Dave CHAMBERLAIN all of Forest. Brother-in-law of Ralph and Barb ERB of Sault Ste. Marie. Remembered by nieces Cindy, Deb and Laurie, Stephanie and Melissa. Resting at the Gilpin Funeral Chapel, Forest for Funeral Service on Wednesday, December 13th at 1 p.m. Rev. Cathy LARMOND officiating. Interment Beechwood Cemetery. Visitation 2 hours prior to service. Memorial donations to the Cancer Society (Pancreatic) Diabetes Association, Bluewater Palliative Care gratefully acknowledged. gilpinfuneralchapel @execulink.com

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ERB o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-03-20 published
SCOTT, Gladys (YEOMANS)
On Saturday, March 18, 2006 at her residence. Gladys (YEOMANS) SCOTT age 78 years of Elmira formerly of England. Beloved wife of Derek SCOTT. Dear mother of Jennifer and Stuart GILBY of Nova Scotia, Timothy and Sue SCOTT of Aurora, Christopher and Nikki SCOTT of Caledon, Rosemary and Grant ERB of Elmira. Also, lovingly remembered by her grandchildren Nigel (Kelly), Megan, Gordon, Catherine, Wayne and Benjamin; Jeffrey, Adam, April and Julie; Elizabeth and Jeremy and her great grand_son Ian Alexander. Sister of Barbara and Chris HUTTON of Merritt, British Columbia, Christine and Malcolm LAWRENSON of Leicester, England and Carol and Reg HARRIS of Graftey Green, England. Gladys was a friend to many. Always active, she was a gourmet with flair, painting and globe-trotting were among her passions. Warmly remembered by her clients as a tireless advocate for their real estate needs. Gladys lived with grace to the end. The family will receive Friends and relatives at the Dreisinger Funeral Home, Elmira on Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. where funeral service will be held in the funeral home chapel on Wednesday, March 22, 2006 at 11: 00 a.m. with Rev. Hans BORCH officiating followed by interment in Elmira Union Cemetery. In her memory, donations to Breast Cancer Research and Education Fund would be appreciated by the family as expressions of sympathy.

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ERB o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-07-15 published
Carol ERB- GINGERICH, Aid Worker (1939-2006)
To the fierce tribesman of Afghanistan, she was the 'vision woman' and was left to do her work unmolested. For years, she helped restore the sight of thousands of people in East Africa, Ethiopia, and Central Asia
By F.F. LANGAN, Special to The Globe and Mail, Page S9
Toronto -- Carol ERB- GINGERICH left the security of life in small-town Ontario to help people in some of the most desperate places in the world. She chose to work in countries that were not only poor, but often destabilized by wars, famine and drought.
She spent 20 years in the field -- and another 13 in Canada -- helping tens of thousands of children and adults avoid blindness and curing people who were otherwise destined to lose their sight due to otherwise preventable disease.
Ms. ERB- GINGERICH lived most of her time overseas in Afghanistan and Ethiopia. In both places she found herself in the middle of a war zone and each time was forced to leave.
Her longest tour of duty was in Afghanistan. She first went there in 1975 with the Christian Blind Mission International. The group had an arrangement with Muslim authorities there: They could do medical work, but they must not to try to convert anyone to Christianity.
She worked for almost 10 years in Afghanistan, living in Kabul near the mission's main clinic, but also travelling to remote parts of the country where she saw hundreds of people a day for treatment of eye diseases.
"She would go out into tribal areas, which were quite dangerous. The tribes knew she was the vision woman and left her alone." said Dave McComiskey, the executive director of Christian Blind Mission International Canada. "She was very brave."
The Christian Blind Mission describes itself as "the leading agency in the world preventing and curing blindness as well as enabling people with disabilities in the poorest countries of the world, regardless of race, gender, age or religion." It has performed six million cataract operations and runs 1,000 programs in 102 countries.
Although untrained in medicine, Ms. ERB- GINGERICH learned how to help patients in the clinics. While she made her opinions known if she disagreed with how the organization was being run, she went out of her way to be kind to the people she was helping.
One day in Afghanistan, a widow invited her to her home for dinner after Ms. ERB- GINGERICH had treated one of her children. However, the Canadian aid worker had to put off the visit for two or three days. Ms. ERB- GINGERICH later told her family that the woman was poor beyond the imaginings of Canadians, but had spent her money on an egg. She had cooked it and put it aside on a window ledge. When the Canadian aid worker arrived days later, it was still there, covered in flies.
"She prayed that she wouldn't be sick as she ate it, not wanting to hurt the woman's feelings and knowing what a sacrifice she had made to cook her the meal," her brother, Phil ERB, said. "She managed to get through it."
In 1979, the former Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan and many aid workers packed up and left. Ms. ERB- GINGERICH was determined to stay, and continued her work. However, in 1981, after two of its workers were slain, the charity recalled its staff and Ms. ERB- GINGERICH returned to Canada.
Carol ERB was born into a Mennonite family near Goderich in Southwestern Ontario. Her brother said the family was religious, but not strict. "We're of Amish descent but we have cars, use electricity and drive tractors," Mr. ERB said. "Carol didn't force her beliefs on anyone, but she was a religious person and had an extremely strong faith."
Young Carol lived an idyllic rural life, working on the family dairy farm. She went to high school at Clinton Collegiate Institute and afterward started work at Gingerich Sales and Service, an appliance dealer in nearby Zurich. A Gingerich son would become her husband several years later.
One Sunday in 1972, Ms. ERB went to the Mennonite service at her local church and heard a sermon about how people should try to make a difference in the world. She was so moved by the message that, first, she volunteered with the Mennonite Central Committee in Canada, and then worked for the Christian Blind Mission overseas.
Her first overseas job came in 1975 when she was made an assistant to the medical director of the Noor Eye Institute. Funded in part by Queen Noor of Jordan, the agency helped people in poor countries, many of them Muslim. She soon started working in the clinics in the field.
Most eye diseases people suffer from in poor countries are easily treatable, such as river blindness, which is caused by a parasitical worm that is spread by a fly, which breeds in fast-flowing rivers. The fly transmits the disease when it bites humans, inserting the eggs under the skin that produce thousands of larvae, which spread throughout the body, including the eyes.
Another disease is trachoma, which spreads easily within families. Infection commonly occurs in childhood and eventually causes the eyelashes to turn inward, scarring the cornea.
Cataracts are also commonplace. One of the basic treatments for children is a capsule of vitamin A, which lasts for three months and protects against cataracts.
Through the charity, Ms. ERB- GINGERICH would arrange for cataract operations at a cost of $33 for a lens, an impossible amount for most people in countries such as Afghanistan and Ethiopia where the average person earns about $3 a day.
While Ms. ERB- GINGERICH was in Muslim countries she tried to keep to local customs, dressing modestly and covering her hair. For all that, she did allow that some of attitudes toward women bothered her.
"She was a little bit of a rebel," said her brother, remembering his sister's quick wit. "Once, an Afghan man asked her why her face wasn't covered. She said she felt like telling him if she had a face like his she would cover it up."
On another occasion in Kabul, a taxi driver was taking her to an eye clinic when he was stopped by a policemen who threatened him and took his receipts for the day. Ms. ERB- GINGERICH, who spoke the language, asked the officers to stop but they ignored her. Later, when she arrived at the clinic she paid the taxi driver his fare, plus the amount the police had taken from him.
The taxi driver burst into tears and asked her, "Why are you doing this for me?" She replied, "Because God loves you."
After she returned to Canada from Afghanistan in 1981 she renewed her Friendship with Cyril GINGERICH, whose family ran the store where she had once worked. The couple married in December of 1983. Rather than return to life at the store, Cyril joined his wife on her missions to combat blindness and in January of 1984 they spent their honeymoon travelling to Ethiopia.
Once there, the pair worked out of Addis Ababa as regional representatives of the Christian Blind Mission International. With Ethiopia as a base, they supported and worked in clinics throughout East Africa, helping more than 40 Christian Blind Mission International projects. They remained until 1991, when rebels overthrew the Ethiopian government.
"Carol and Cyril were in the middle of the fighting and, once again, she found herself forced out of a country where she wanted to work," Mr. McComiskey said.
Eight years later, her husband died suddenly and Ms. ERB- GINGERICH decided to return to work in Pakistan and Afghanistan. She continued to work in clinics helping the blind, but also became more intensely involved in the lives of some Afghan families.
"She met some Afghan refugees who were frightened of the Taliban and had fled to Pakistan. One of them had been beaten because his beard wasn't long enough," Mr. ERB said. "She helped two families of refugees come to Canada. They are still here and leading productive lives."
Two days after the September 11, 2001, attacks in the United States, Ms. ERB- GINGERICH was removed from Peshawar in Pakistan. The next year, she returned to Afghanistan and was shocked by what she found.
"As I write this report, I'm in Kabul, a city where 58 per cent of the people have not lived longer than five years. It's a city of refugees… It's over 28 years since I first arrived in this beautiful country. There are no landmarks that I recognize because so many areas are completely bombed out. As I walked through my former place of work, which was once a beautiful 100-bed eye hospital, I wept."
One of the last things Ms. ERB- GINGERICH did was to organize a conference in Kabul to launch an eye-care program aimed at abolishing preventable blindness in Afghanistan by the year 2020.
Throughout her decades of work in poor countries, Ms. ERB- GINGERICH lived a simple, austere life. Her brother remembered she had a favourite aphorism: "God will never ask you how many clothes you have in your closet. But he'll ask you how many people you helped to clothe."
Carol ERB- GINGERICH was born on October 23, 1939, in Stanley Township, Ontario She died of cancer in Zurich, Ontario, on June 5, 2006. She leaves five sisters, including her twin, and two brothers. Christian Blind Mission International Canada has named a scholarship fund in her honour.

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ERB o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-03-16 published
CALLUM, Elaine Simone (WAITE)
Peacefully passed away on Monday, March 13, 2006 at Scarborough Centenary Hospital. Loving wife of Stewart M. CALLUM and mother of Robert S. CALLUM and wife Joanne, loving and caring grandmother to Justin and Ryan, and dear friend of Colleen ERB. A wonderful volunteer at Guildwood Extendicare Nursing Home. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, March 18, 2006 at 1: 00 p.m. at the Giffen-Mack "Scarborough" Funeral Home and Cremation Centre, 4115 Lawrence Ave. E., West Hill, 416-281-6800. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society.

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