SCHMITKE o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2008-03-03 published
FARROW, Warren Lloyd
At his home in Owen Sound on Saturday, March 1, 2008. In his 83rd year, Warren Lloyd FARROW, loving husband of Muriel M. FARROW (née BUNT.) Loving father of Rob and his wife Eileen and Patti FARROW. Loving grandfather of Brad and his wife Heather. Dear brother of Wilbert (Wib) FARROW and his late wife Myrtle, Norman FARROW and his wife Dessie. Dear brother-in-law of Wilma (Mrs. Lawrence FARROW), Shirley (Mrs. Arthur HAWKINS), Kathleen and her husband Clifford MAHONEY, Linda (Mrs. Don UHLINGER). Fondly remembered by his nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his grand_son Michael WARREN, his brothers Lawrence, Russell and his wife Olive, Melvin, Frank and by his sister Rita. Friends may call at the Breckenridge-Ashcroft Funeral Home on Tuesday, March 4, 2008 from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. A funeral service will be conducted at the Alliance Church in Owen Sound on Wednesday, March 5, 2008 at 11: 00 a.m. Rev. Kendall SCHMITKE officiating. Interment in Greenwood Cemetery. As an expression of sympathy, memorial donations to the Global Advance Fund of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church or the Mike Farrow Memorial Fund at Thompson Rivers University would be appreciated by the family.

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SCHMITT o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-07-16 published
ELLIS, Cecil Robert " Bob"
Formerly of Plattsville. Passed away suddenly at his residence in Bayfield on Sunday July 13, 2008. Husband of the late Anne (née PIPER) who predeceased him January 24, 1993. Father of Cheryl and husband Gary RAYCRAFT of Mississauga, Brenda McCUTCHEN of Stratford, Donna and husband Kevin HART of Seaforth, Tom and wife Julie of Niagara Falls, Larry and wife Carole of Kitchener, Doug and wife Sarah of Ayr, Ellie and husband Rob SCHMITT of Plattsville. Bob will be missed by his 19 grandchildren. He is survived by his brothers Ross, Bill and wife Ruth all of Woodstock and by brother-in-law Jack KNIGHTS of Woodstock. Predeceased by his son Robbie on March 23, 1988, and his sister Joan. Bob operated Ellis Motors in Plattsville for many years and had been on the Plattsville Fire Department and was an avid baseball player over the years. Relatives and Friends may call at the Glendinning Funeral Home, 40 William Street, Plattsville on Wednesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service will be conducted on Thursday July 17, 2008 in the funeral home chapel at 1: 00 p.m. Interment in Chesterfield Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donation to the Heart and Stroke Foundation (cheques accepted) would be appreciated by the family.

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SCHMITT o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-01-10 published
MacKAY, Hugh Fortier, DDS, M.Sc.
(May 4, 1930-January 4, 2008)
Husband of Ann (FRICKER,) father of Lesley, Alexandra and Thomas, grandfather of Laura, Stephanie and Lee, great-grandfather of Teah, Evan and Ayden, brother of Ian, colleague and longtime friend of Doctor Adrianne SCHMITT. Funeral at the Chapel of Saint_James-the-Less, 635 Parliament Street, Toronto (north of Wellesley St.) on Thursday January 10th, 2008 at 10: 00 a.m. In lieu of a gift to charity, please bring flowers.

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SCHMITT o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-02-02 published
Toronto modernist's projects married pragmatism, poetic sensibility
Award-winning university collaboration conjures an architecture both sustainable and beautiful
By Sandra MARTIN, Page S11
An architect who was ahead of the curve in thinking how sustainable design can be integrated in elegant architectural solutions, Adrian DICASTRI brought his love of music and culture along with his analytical skills to the art and practice of his profession.
"What a lot of people didn't realize about Adrian was his poetic sensibility," said his friend Dereck REVINGTON, another architect who described Mr. DICASTRI's major buildings as "full of colour and light and a subtle dancing rhythm."
Pragmatism had to be satisfied first, but what characterized Mr. DICASTRI's work was a luminous and lyrical modernism, Mr. REVINGTON said. "His definition of sustainability was much more complex than simply creating ecologically friendly buildings. He spoke continuously about the importance of cultural, environmental and aesthetic sustainability."
Adrian John DICASTRI was born in Victoria, the second of five sons and one daughter of architect John DICASTRI (obituary September 22, 2005) and his wife Florence Margaret (GREENWOOD,) who was always called Paddy. The family lived first in the Rockland area of Victoria - in a house his father had designed - and then in a rambling former seniors' residence close to the ocean in Oak Bay that the senior Mr. DICASTRI renovated to accommodate his large and rambunctious family.
As a boy, Adrian was the only child who showed any ability at sketching and drawing, according to his younger brother Julian. He also swam "like a porpoise" and loved being in the water, a passion he would later sustain in "landlocked Toronto" by designing and building a family cottage on Georgian Bay.
He attended St. Patrick's Elementary School and then Oak Bay junior and senior high schools, graduating in 1969. He worked in his father's architectural office for a couple of years and then, at 19, went travelling in Europe for six months.
After returning, he resumed his Friendship with Susan McDONALD, who had been a year or so behind him in high school, and entered the University of Victoria, where he studied English literature in a general arts program. A ferocious reader, he was torn in those early years between teaching and architecture. He left after two years and went travelling again, this time to Mexico and Central America. By the time he returned, he had affirmed his decision on a career in architecture. He won a place in the University of Waterloo's co-op degree program in January, 1976.
After completing nearly three years of his degree, he and Ms. McDONALD (by then his wife) moved to Toronto, where he enrolled in the architecture program at the University of Toronto. Larry RICHARDS, former dean of the faculty of architecture, remembers him as "an outstanding, leading student" who was also a very nice guy. Mr. DICASTRI graduated with a bachelor of architecture degree in 1982. son Nicholas was born in 1983 and daughter Julia in As a young architect, Mr. DICASTRI worked at Diamond and Schmitt architects in Toronto. "He was an extraordinarily focused and smart guy who was a really great critic on projects in development," said Don SCHMITT, a principal in the firm. "He was a real modernist, and rigorous in his focus on rational solutions and elegant but spare design." Mr. SCHMITT also remembered him as being relaxed and possessing a dry sense of humour, qualities that "are very important in the culture of an office."
Architect John VAN NOSTRAND hired Mr. DICASTRI in 1984. "He was interested in working in a smaller firm where he could have more direct influence," Mr. VAN NOSTRAND said. The two eventually became partners, working on some major social housing projects until government support for that market dried up in the early 1990s. They also did a number of university projects, including the revitalization of St. George Street on the University of Toronto campus.
"He was a brilliant designer and he got brilliant buildings done, but he did it in a very pragmatic way," said Mr. VAN NOSTRAND. "He had real stamina for sticking with long projects and making sure that they were finished off as well as they were started. And he was a good leader. People who worked for him respected him and wanted to make good buildings for him."
In the mid 1990s, their firm went after the contract for the Computer Science and Engineering Building at York University. Mr. DICASTRI, fascinated by the idea of creating sustainable buildings, was superb at forging connections and put together a collaboration that included Vancouver architect Peter Busby, a noted green designer.
"That building is really a reflection of Peter Busby and his West Coast thinking and Adrian DICASTRI and his practical, plain thinking and his understanding of the complexity of York University and where it could go," said architect Peter CLEWES.
The building, which has operable windows, uses "passive strategies" to maximize natural light and ventilation and decrease the need for air-conditioning. It won several awards, including the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Governor-General's Medal in Architecture. Mr. CLEWES said it demonstrates that "it is not only the spaces within buildings that are important, but the spaces they create outside of themselves." A complex and seminal building in Mr. DICASTRI's career, it speaks to how he was beginning to think about collaboration with others and about the practicalities of creating buildings that are both sustainable and yet beautiful to live and work in. "That was a turning point for him."
Mr. CLEWES and Mr. DICASTRI, who had known each other since the 1980s, often commiserated about the capriciousness of a career in architecture - which is known as a fine vocation and a horrible profession, especially during economic downturns. They were both partners in architectural firms that were struggling to sustain themselves when Mr. DICASTRI called Mr. CLEWES in 1998 and proposed they merge practices. He cited the computer sciences building at York as an example of the kinds of things they could do together.
"It came out of the blue," Mr. CLEWES said this week - but the more he thought about it, the more he realized that "for the first time in about eight or nine years, [I felt] I could stick my head up above water and look around and say, 'This could mean something more than simply surviving.' "
The following year, Van Nostrand Dicastri and Wallman Clewes Bergman merged to form Architects Alliance. Mr. DICASTRI's strength as a strategic thinker and team builder came into play on one of the firm's significant projects, the Terrence Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research at the U of T, which they did in collaboration with Stefan Behnisch Architekten in Germany. The completed building - elegant, intriguingly situated, ecologically green, technologically but subtly complicated - has won popular accolades and several design prizes, including the International Award from the Royal Institute of British Architects and the Design Excellence Award from the Ontario Association of Architects.
It was poignant that Mr. DICASTRI, at the point when his professional and family lives were happily and productively established, was diagnosed with bladder cancer in 2006. The next 15 months were a relentless struggle with surgery, chemotherapy and radiation as he fought against what proved to be an unconquerable illness. A week ago, he received a specially designed box containing individually written letters, poems and messages of esteem and affection from his colleagues at Architects Alliance. He was still well enough to read and share them with his family.
Adrian John DICASTRI was born in Victoria on September 5, 1952. He died at home in Toronto on January 29, 2008, of metastasized bladder cancer. He was 55. He is survived by wife Susan McDONALD, children Nicholas and Julia, five siblings and extended family. There will be a celebration of his life Tuesday in the Great Hall, Hart House, University of Toronto.

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SCHMULENSON o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-01-10 published
WEBER, Susan (née MELOMED)
On Tuesday, January 8, 2008 at North York General Hospital. Susan WEBER, beloved wife of the late Allan WEBER. Loving mother and mother-in-law of Harold and Nadine, and Diane Weber BEDERMAN, and the late Martin Arthur WEBER. Devoted daughter of the late Chaim and Getel MELOMED. Dear sister of the late Cecil SCHMULENSON, Lily MATLOW, and Louis, David, and Esther MELOMED. Cherished grandmother of Stephen WEBER, Jeffrey WEBER and fiance Ashley LEVINSON, Michael BEDERMAN, Jaime and Charles BISHOW, and Alison and Daniel PUGEN. Devoted great-grandmother of Avery BEDERMAN, Lana BISHOW, and Kyla PUGEN. At Benjamin's Park Memorial Chapel, 2401 Steeles Avenue W., (three lights west of Dufferin) for service on Friday, January 11th at 10: 00 a.m. Interment, Beth Sholom Synagogue section of Mt. Sinai Memorial Park. Harold and Nadine WEBER and family will be sitting shiva at 104 Babcombe Dr., Thornhill. Diane Weber BEDERMAN and family will be sitting shiva at 108 Quail Valley Cres., Thornhill. Memorial donations may be made to Mazon Canada 416-783-7554 or to a charity of your choice.

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SCHNARR o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-04-07 published
EICHLER, Joan " HENNY" (née VANBEEK)
Passed away after a courageous battle with cancer on Friday April 4, 2008 at her residence in New Hamburg. She was born 57 years ago in Brampton. Loving daughter of Henrica (DEGRAAF) VANBEEK of Ailsa Craig and the late Lawrence VANBEEK. Beloved wife of Danny EICHLER whom she married October 17, 1969. Dear mother of Danny of Kitchener, Michelle and husband Steve WAGLER, Patricia and husband Daniel ROCHFORD, Caralee and Karl all of New Hamburg. Sadly missed by her grand_son Mitchell. Also missed by her sisters and brothers Annette WAGNER of Huron Park, Laura FISCHER of Cambridge, Lawrence VANBEEK of British Columbia, Ken and wife Deb VANBEEK of Brussels, Martin VANBEEK of Bayfield, Anthony and wife Angela VANBEEK of Thedford, Mary-Lou and husband Peter WINKLER of Ottawa, brother-in-law Robert SCHNARR of Ailsa Craig and many nieces and nephews. Joan was predeceased by a daughter Karla, sister Cora SCHNARR and brother Anthony M. (in infancy.) Joan was a member of Holy Family Roman Catholic Church, New Hamburg where she was a member of the Catholic Women's League. She was also a member of the New Hamburg Lioness Club. Family and Friends may call at the Mark Jutzi Funeral Home, 291 Huron Street, New Hamburg on Tuesday April 8, 2008 from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Prayers will be said at the funeral home on Wednesday April 9, 2008 at 9: 45 a.m. followed by the funeral mass to celebrate Joan's life at 10: 30 a.m. at Holy Family Roman Catholic Church, New hamburg with Father Pablito Labado officiating. Cremation to follow. Interment in Riverside Cemetery, New Hamburg. As expressions of sympathy donations may be made to Wilmot Family Resources. Parish prayer will be said at the funeral home on Tuesday at 4: 00 p.m.

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SCHNARR o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-06-24 published
HARTLIEB, Mary Anne Lenore (Sister Mary Anthony HARTLIEB)
Of the community of the Sisters of Saint_Joseph of the Diocese of London died peacefully on June 23rd, 2008 at the residence of the Sisters of Saint_Joseph. Sister was in her 85th year and 43rd year of religious life. Lovingly remembered by her sisters, Sr. Jean HARTLIEB, SSND, and Mary Ann SCHNARR. Nieces Anne SCHNARR, Margaret Maw and nephews Michael and Suzanne SCHNARR, Joseph and Nicole SCHNARR also grand-nieces and grand nephews and the Sisters of her religious community. Predeceased by her parents Charles Henry HARTLIEB and Loretta (Durand,) her brother, Rev. Bruce HARTLIEB and her sister, Barbara. Sister was an art teacher at Mt. Saint_Joseph Academy for eleven years. She also taught a Young Offenders class in Art for two years. Since 1989 she has been an a well known Iconographer working from her studio at the Sister's residence. All services for Sister will be held at the residence of the Sisters of Saint_Joseph, 485 Windermere Rd., London. Visitation from 2: 30 p.m.-4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. on Tuesday June 24. Mass of the Resurrection on Wednesday, June 25 at 10: 00 a.m. Interment: Saint Peter's Cemetery. O'Neil Funeral Home (519-432-7136)

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SCHNEIDER o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2008-02-23 published
HELWIG, Rodney Orlando
At Brucelea Haven, Walkerton on Thursday, February 21, 2008. Rodney Orlando HELWIG of Neustadt in his 82nd year. Beloved husband of Audrey HELWIG and father of Franklin HELWIG and his wife Dona of Brantford, Yvonne HELWIG of Newboro, Jennifer YENSSEN and her husband Harvey of Carrick Township and Christine KAPTEYN and her husband John of South Carolina. Remembered by his grandchildren Tammy, Charles, Jason, Icrus, Rebecca, Angela, Vincent and Jessica, and by his great-grandchildren Brian, Caprice, Olivia, Lucas, Ryan and Tristan. Brother of Doctor Lynn HELWIG and his wife Joan of Toronto and Larry HELWIG and his wife Gwen of Oregon and brother-in-law of Ruth HELWIG, Susan SMITH, Laureyne HELWIG, Gloria VAN SLYKE, Rev. David and Elaine METZGER, Lewis METZGER and Emily and George COUSINS. Predeceased by his brothers Harry HELWIG and his wife Marie, Homer HELWIG and his wife Mildred, Howard HELWIG, Paul HELWIG and Glen HELWIG, and by his parents Lynn and Lucinda (SCHNEIDER) HELWIG. Rodney was involved in his community having served as Reeve of Neustadt for 14 years. He was an active member of the Neustadt Baptist Church, the Neustadt Lions Club, the Neustadt-Normanby-Carrick Agricultural Society, and the Saugeen Valley Chorus. Friends may call at the Garrett Funeral Chapel, Neustadt on Sunday from 2: 00 to 4:00 and 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. The funeral service will be held from the Neustadt Baptist Church on Monday, February 25 at 1: 30 p.m. Following cremation, interment in the Neustadt Baptist Cemetery. Memorial donations to Grey Bruce Alzheimer Society or a charity of one's choice would be appreciated.

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SCHNEIDER o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-02-27 published
DECKER, Ross Warren
Ross Warren age 84 years, peacefully at Central Park Lodge on February 25, 2008. Beloved husband of Elaine DECKER (formerly Elaine HOWE.) Loving step-father of Judy SCHNEIDER (Duke,) Margo HOWE, Robert HOWE (Lisa), Rick HOWE (Karen), Carol FRANCIS and the Late Ken HOWE. Dear brother of Dorothy GIBSON (Birrell,) Ronald DECKER (Donna) and the late Irene WYATT and her husband Norm. Also survived by several grandchildren, great-grandchildren and nieces and nephews. Mr. DECKER was retired from Bell Canada after 41 years of service. He was a member of Royal Canadian Legion Branch 578. He served with the R.C.A.F. during World War 2. He was also a member of Trinity United Church. Friends will be received at the Walter D. Kelly Funeral Home, 1969 Wyandotte St. E., Windsor on Friday February 29, 2008 from 9: 00 a.m. till time of funeral service at 11: 00 a.m. Rev. Laura Jo MARZEC officiating. Interment to follow at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in London Ontario. If desired, memorial; donations may be made to Trinity United Church. www.mem.com

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SCHNEIDER o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-03-31 published
KRAMER, Glen Joseph
Suddenly at his home at Kentwood Towers in Woodstock on Saturday, March 29, 2008, Glen Joseph KRAMER in his 76th year. Born in Kelvin, he was a son of the late Jack and Iva (née ROSWELL) KRAMER. Beloved husband of Eva (née LONEY) for 56 years. Loving father of Scott and Kathryn of R.R.#1, Woodstock and Blake and Marion of R.R.#5, Woodstock. Dear grandfather of Amanda, Marnie (Mike SCHNEIDER,) Jessica, Christopher and Jennifer, and great-grandfather of Amelie SCHNEIDER. Brother of Jim KRAMER (Pat) of Ingersoll, and brother-in-law of Joanne KRAMER of Port Elgin, Helen MOIR of Brantford and Mary RUSSELL of London. Also survived by two aunts, several nieces, nephews and cousins, as well as Friends. Predeceased by brothers and sisters-in-law, Jack and Joyce KRAMER, Gordon and Shirley KRAMER, and Donald KRAMER, and brother-in-law Charles MOIR. Glen retired from the former Standard Tube after 36 years of service. He enjoyed hunting and family camping for the last 50 years, as well as dancing and country music. He was a member of the Woodstock Lawn Bowling Club, South Gate Centre and C.A.W. #636 Retirees. Friends will be received at the Smith-LeRoy Funeral Home, 69 Wellington Street North, Woodstock on Wednesday, April 2, 2008, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. A private family graveside service will be held later at the Anglican Cemetery in Woodstock. If desired, memorial donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario would be appreciated. Smith-LeRoy, (519) 537-3611. Personal condolences may be sent at www.smithleroy.com

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SCHNEIDER o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-06-09 published
DAIR, Bessie Victoria
Shortly after her 88th birthday on May 01, Bessie Victoria DAIR, surrounded by her loving family, passed away peacefully at the Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital on Sunday, June 08, 2008 in her 89th year. Predeceased by her loving husband James Russell (2007). Kind, gentle and loving mother to her daughter Barbara SHERMAN and her husband Darwin of LaSalette. Generous, caring and loving grandmother to Leslie WILSON and her husband Steve of Woodstock, Sherrie JOHNSON and her husband Jim of Pinegrove, Darwin James SHERMAN and his wife Nancy of LaSalette. Great-grandmother to Lynette and Justin WILSON; Matthew, Meghan and Joshua JOHNSON Ashley, Leanna and Alisha SHERMAN. Survived by her sister Alice HOWE and her husband George, brothers Rolph ADLINGTON, Ross ADLINGTON and his wife Betty, Bruce ADLINGTON and his wife Mary, several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her sisters Annie SCHNEIDER, Mary Irene ADLINGTON, brother Earl ADLINGTON, sister-in-law Martha ADLINGTON. Bessie was very committed in her faith to the Lord. She had a smile for everyone while serving in her community and the United Church of Straffordville. The family will receive Friends and neighbours at Ostrander's Funeral Home 43 Bidwell St. Tillsonburg (519) 842-5221 on Tuesday, June 10, 2008 from 2: 00-4:00 and 7:00-9:00 p.m. Funeral service for Bessie will be held in Ostrander's Funeral Home Chapel on Wednesday, June 11, 2008 at 10: 00 a.m. Interment at the Tillsonburg Cemetery. At the family's request memorial donations (payable by cheque) may be made to the Guillain-Barre Syndrome Foundation, Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital, Community Care Access Centre-Norfolk or Straffordville United Church. Personal condolences may be made at www.ostrandersfuneralhome.com

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SCHNEIDER o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-06-29 published
SCHNEIDER, Erna
Of Elgin Manor, on Friday June 27, 2008, passed away peacefully at the Saint Thomas-Elgin General Hospital in her 99th year. Wife of the late Emil SCHNEIDER (June 19, 1957.) Dearly loved mother of Irene and Vic POVILAITIS, the late Wanda HAYSUM (August 10, 1994,) Witold "Vic" and Nancy SCHNEIDER, the late Benno SCHNEIDER (May 8, 1984) and Helen STREET. Reinhard and Jane SCHNEIDER. She is survived by a sister-in-law, Meta KUDZEVCIENE in Lithuania. Grandmother of Edward and Diane POVILAITIS, Lorri and John PARON, Bruno and Penny HEBBLETHWAITE, Larry and Laurie FRANK, Rene and Chris MOSHER, Brian SCHNEIDER, Eric SCHNEIDER, Dean SCHNEIDER, Monica and Andrew MULDER, Jennifer SCHNEIDER, Andrew and Dawn SCHNEIDER and to 12 great-grandchildren. Erna was born in Lithuania, March 10, 1910 and immigrated to Canada, December 11, 1947. She and her husband and family settled just outside Rodney, where they grew tobacco. Erna was a member of Saint_John's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Aylmer. Resting at Williams Funeral Home, 45 Elgin Street, Saint Thomas where funeral service to celebrate Erna's life will be held Monday at 11: 00 a.m. Interment Rodney Cemetery. Visitation Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. In Lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Saint Thomas-Elgin General Hospital or the charity of one's choice.

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SCHNEIDER o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-07-24 published
KELLY, Betty Joe-Ann (formerly SCHNEIDER, née CANFIELD)
At Woodstock General Hospital on Monday, July 21, 2008, Betty Joe-Ann KELLY (née CANFIELD, and formerly SCHNEIDER) of Woodstock, in her 83rd year. Beloved wife of the late Norman KELLY (1994.) Dear mother of Stephen SCHNEIDER (Viki) of Windsor, Jillian BERTRAND (John) of Norwich, Jacqueline GOODALL (Bob) of Brantford, Kenneth KELLY (Bonnie) of Stokes Bay, William KELLY (Carole MacGILLIVRAY) of Puslinch, Mavis HEWITT (Neil) of Woodstock, Barbara BUTLER (Howard) of Simcoe, Colleen FAWCETT (Walter) of Woodstock, Michael KELLY (Valerie ANSCOMBE) of Lions Head, and Patrick KELLY of Woodstock. Also lovingly remembered by 29 grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren. Predeceased by her parents Russell and Cora CANFIELD, sister Jean KNAGGS and her husband Benny KNAGGS, sister Eleanor CANFIELD, cousin Ruth BLUEMAN, and niece Patricia OWENS (Dr. Mike OWENS of Newmarket). Betty was a charter member of the Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire Wingate Raiders Chapter. Friends will be received at the Smith-LeRoy Funeral Home, 69 Wellington Street North, Woodstock on Thursday, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral service in the chapel on Friday, July 25, 2008 at 11: 00 a.m. with Rev. Janice FISHER officiating. Interment at Oxford Centre Pioneer Cemetery. If desired, memorial donations to the Multiple Sclerosis Society would be appreciated. Smith-LeRoy, (519) 537-3611. Personal condolences may be sent at www.smithleroy.com

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SCHNEIDER o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-01-19 published
BETTERIDGE, Elizabeth "Betty" Louise Farquhar (née CLAGUE),
At Seniors' Health Centre on Saturday, January 12, 2008 two months before her 91st birthday. A service of remembrance was held at the Morley Bedford Chapel on January 14; in keeping with her wishes, it was private. Betty will be greatly missed by her devoted children, Richard and Karen BETTERIDGE, and Judy and Bill HAUST her grandchildren, Jamey and Josie BETTERIDGE, Kim BETTERIDGE, Stephen and Sheri BETTERIDGE, Andrew HAUST and Lee HAUST; her great-grandchildren, Brandon, Max, Mackenzie, and Owen BETTERIDGE and by her brother-in-law and dear friend, Vernon B. SCHNEIDER. She will be equally missed by her extended family, Heinz, Daria, Jan, Millie (Dodic), Marco and Jules HAUST. Our wise and fearless mother loved life, devoting hers to the nurturing of others, whether family, Friends, beneficiaries of her various volunteer commitments, or the many fortunate birds and animals that happened to cross her path. The family wishes to thank Helen FERLEY and the wonderful staff of Seniors' Health Centre, and also McCaskill Household Services. Deepest gratitude goes to Betty's constant companions of the past four years her two private caregivers, Veloria and Kathleen
and more recently Evelyn. If desired, memorial contributions to the Toronto Humane Society or the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be welcomed.

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SCHNEIDER o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-02-07 published
SCHNEIDER, Eleanor May (née ROBINSON)
Nursing sister, wife, mother, self-educator. Born February 13, 1918, near Ailsa Craig, Ontario Died September 15, 2007, in Stratford, Ontario, of pneumonia, aged 89.
By Julia SCHNEIDER, Page L8
My mother almost had a different life story, one that I would not be here to write about.
She was born Eleanor May ROBINSON and grew up on a farm with her three brothers and two sisters during the Depression. In her early teens, Ellie May went to live with her grandparents to help them out. When she finished high school, they offered to pay her $500 if she would be their live-in help until they died.
But her older sister, Blanche, who was a teacher, and a sympathetic uncle, who was a doctor, helped her avoid this fate by financing her way through Victoria Hospital's nursing school in London, Ontario "I would have missed my life," Eleanor said later of the 15 years she narrowly avoided serving with her grandparents.
After graduating, Eleanor enlisted and distinguished herself as a lieutenant nursing sister in the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps. She was mentioned in dispatches in November, 1945, an honour that filled her with great pride. Like many others who served in the war, however, she didn't talk much about her experiences in England.
After her return, Eleanor met Fred SCHNEIDER of Stratford while visiting Grand Bend, Ontario He was, she later said, "a peach ready to be plucked." They married and raised three children: Jane, Julia and Edmund. They were a devoted couple until Fred's death on Valentine's Day in 1990.
Married to Fred and living in Stratford, Eleanor regretted not attending university. When the Stratford Festival was founded, she began brushing up on her Shakespeare, reading each play the day before she saw it, the start of her lifelong dedication to learning.
During the sixties and seventies, newspapers, books and the electronic media became Eleanor's tutors. A great believer in education to free one from dependencies, Eleanor encouraged her children's learning just as she shared her own enthusiasms with them and Friends.
Eleanor believed that without a joie de vivre, nothing else mattered. Coupled with this belief was a strong sense of duty. One could never be complacent in her presence. Her enjoyment at being outspoken increased as she got older and had the freedom to no longer worry about what others thought of her.
Eleanor never overcame the sadness of her son Eddy's suicide at 41.
She was a woman of her time yet transcended convention with her unconventional approach to life, her lively inquiries and her great heart. Every day we miss her stimulating and endearing response to all life set before her.
Julia SCHNEIDER is Eleanor's daughter.

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SCHNEIDER o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-06-09 published
CHEDA, Sherrill
Suddenly on June 7, 2008 at the Princess Margaret Hospital at the age of 72 years. Beloved wife of Karl JAFFARY. Loving mother of Marc PERRY and Andrew PERRY. Mourned as well by Karl's children Eric Dennis JAFFARY (Aeylya HUSEIN) and Nora Elizabeth JAFFARY (Edward OSOWSKI.) Grandmother to Kate, Isabella, Desiree and Michael PERRY as well as Luc JAFFARY- OSOWSKI and Adam Stuart JAFFARY. Dear daughter of Abe SCHNEIDER and the late Myrtle STOUT. She is also survived by her sisters Marcia WHISMAN and Kathie JOHNSON and her brother Ralph SCHNEIDER. She will also be remembered by her very dedicated friend Phyllis YAFFE. The family will receive Friends at the Humphrey Funeral Home - A.W. Miles Chapel, 1403 Bayview Avenue (south of Eglinton Avenue East) from 7-9 p.m. on Tuesday, June 10th. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Canadian Women's Foundation, 133 Richmond St. West, Suite 504, Toronto, Ontario, M5H 2L3. Condolences and memories may be forwarded through www.humphreymiles.com.

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SCHNEIDER o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2008-06-21 published
Activist librarian made a difference in publishing, literature and the arts
'Feminist and peacenik' challenged the status quo, launched the journal Emergency Librarian and helped stabilize Canada's magazine industry. 'Her principles were so much a part of her life'
By Sandra MARTIN, Page S12
'The times they are a-changin,' Bob Dylan sang in 1964 in a song that captured the upsurge of political and social upheaval as a generation of mostly privileged boomers came of age, questioning all manner of establishment authority. Protests against poverty, racism and the Vietnam War grabbed the headlines, but second-wave feminism was also in full throttle in the United States. Betty Friedan's The Feminine Mystique, which argued that housework and childrearing were not the only ways to be fulfilled as a woman, had kick-started the movement after its publication in 1963. In Canada, Doris Anderson (obituary March 3, 2007), who had become editor of Chatelaine in 1956, was offering her readers thoughtful and provocative articles about all sorts of taboo topics, such as abortion and contraception, and was urging women to take off their aprons and run for public office.
Fast forward almost a decade to Winnipeg. Early in 1973, Harry Easton, the city's chief librarian and president of the Canadian Library Association, asked two young librarians, Phyllis YAFFE and Barbara CLUBB, to organize the theme day at the annual Canadian Library Association conference, which was to be held that June in Sackville, New Brunswick They took on the unpaid task, but they gave their own feminist twist to the theme, "Librarians: beginning, middle and end of career." Specifically, they focused on female librarians and why it was that men held virtually all of the executive positions in a profession in which women occupied the vast majority of jobs.
Needing a speaker, they phoned broadcaster Barbara Frum at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, who declined; then Doris Anderson, who also demurred, but who recommended Sherrill CHEDA, an ardent feminist and the chief librarian at Seneca College in Toronto. That is how Ms. CHEDA came to deliver a keynote address entitled That Special Little Mechanism, referring to the appendage that men carry between their legs.
Delivered by a tiny powerhouse of a woman slightly over five feet tall, who was barely visible above a massive podium that tended to skitter across the stage, the speech was a knock out. Studded with anecdotes and statistics, it not only articulated the reality that many female librarians lived, but it acquired a legitimacy because of the forum in which it was delivered - the profession's annual conference.
"It was shocking," Ms. YAFFE, now vice-chairwoman of the board of Ryerson University and former Chief Executive Officer of Alliance Atlantis, said in a telephone interview. "Nobody asked questions like that." Afterwards, the triumvirate of Ms. CHEDA, Ms. YAFFE and Ms. CLUBB (now the chief librarian of the City of Ottawa) sat on the lawn and plotted their next move: The launch of the oddly titled journal Emergency Librarian, a compendium of book reviews, news, and information infused with feminist voices from the alternative press and radical librarians.
Ms. CHEDA and Ms. YAFFE (who moved to Toronto in September, 1973 and was hired by Ms. CHEDA as a reference librarian at Seneca College) organized the editorial in meetings after work at Ms. CHEDA's kitchen table while Ms. CLUBB maintained the subscription lists in Winnipeg. "Getting information to people was so empowering. We had a social purpose," said Ms. YAFFE who became lifelong Friends with Ms. CHEDA. " She was loyal and caring and inspiring because her principles were so much a part of her life. She was a feminist and a peacenik and absolutely against prejudice of any kind."
Sherrill SCHNEIDER was born in the mid-1930s in Osgood, Indiana, a small town in the American Midwest between Indianapolis and Cincinnati. Her father, Abraham (Abe) SCHNEIDER, was a Russian Jew from Kiev who had walked across Ukraine to Hamburg with his mother and two siblings to escape the pogroms following the Russian revolution. His ultimate destination was Indiana, where his father had settled. That's where Abe SCHNEIDER met and married Myrtle STOUT, the descendant of early Protestant settlers on the eastern coast of the United States. Sherrill was the eldest of their four children.
Over the years Abe SCHNEIDER ran both a shoe and a dry-goods store before going into the scrap-metal business with his father, a business that continues to thrive. Sherrill, who was the valedictorian of her high school, was the first person in her family to go to university. She went briefly to Hanover College, a small private Presbyterian College, in 1954, and then entered the University of Indiana in Bloomington the following September.
Her plan was to become an academic, but the male head of the English department discouraged her dreams by saying dismissively that studying for a doctorate would be a waste of time because she was probably going to get married and have babies. She fulfilled that prediction by marrying a fellow student named Noël PERRY in June, 1958, just after she graduated with a bachelor's degree. While he completed his undergraduate degree she entered the master's program in library science - which, along with teaching and nursing, was then an acceptable occupation for ambitious women. By September, 1959, three months and three courses short of acquiring her library degree, she had moved to San Francisco where her husband had found a job with Social Security, and had produced her first son, Marc (named after the artist Marc Chagall).
The family moved to Baltimore in 1962, where their second son, Andrew, was born that May. Four months later, Ms. CHEDA began working in the history and social-sciences department of the Enoch Pratt Free Library. She earned $4,000 a year and was advised that if she wanted to succeed she should wear pearls and white gloves to work and use Jacqueline Kennedy as a role model. A year later the library gave her a leave of absence to complete her MLS at Indiana University. Thereafter, she and her family moved back to San Francisco where she worked as a librarian at San Francisco State College. Along with her husband, she became involved with the growing resistance to the Vietnam War.
The Perrys' marriage fell apart in 1966 in San Francisco during the era of love and peace. She subsequently moved across the border to Vancouver with her children and her new partner, Michael CHEDA, a draft dodger. She worked in the libraries of the University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University. They married in 1969, about the time he moved to Toronto to take a job with CFTO television in Markham. She followed with her children several months later and began working at the library of the Indian and Eskimo Association, and then as chief librarian at Seneca College. Her marriage to Mr. CHEDA broke up in about 1975.
Having grown totally frustrated by the lack of professional opportunities and the inequitable share of household responsibilities that she shouldered, Ms. CHEDA became a member of the New Feminists, a group that had split from the Toronto Women's Liberation Movement in April, 1969, over ideological differences. Although she had enthusiastically embraced feminism and the concept of women supporting and loving other women, she did draw some lines. Arriving at a feminist consciousness-raising session in a church basement, Ms. CHEDA was given a mirror and invited to get better acquainted with her vagina. "Give me a break," Ms. CHEDA whispered to her friend Shelagh Wilkinson, who had also declined the mirror on the grounds that, as a trained nurse and midwife, she had seen more then enough vaginas.
Nobody seems to remember exactly how Ms. CHEDA met Ms. Anderson at Chatelaine, but they probably connected in 1972 when Ms. CHEDA began trying to express her feminist ideas in print. They had many common interests, not least of which was the challenge of trying to raise independent sons in a patriarchal society.
Nine months after her Sackville speech, Ms. CHEDA dropped her second feminist shoe when she published the article How to Raise Liberated Children in Chatelaine in March, 1974. Described as a practical parent's guide, the article itemized how her sons were expected to make their own lunches, get themselves around town, make dinner once a week and do laundry and other household tasks. There was an outraged response from many readers, but Ms. CHEDA and Ms. Anderson were not deterred. Another article, On The Way to Liberation: One housewife-mother-librarian's personal and painful journey from martyr mom to liberated person, appeared six months later. About this time, Ms. CHEDA became the expert fielding questions from readers in a monthly advice column, Ask A Feminist.
As for her own kids, they grew up in a household that embraced peace activists, feminists and gay couples. Her son Marc, now a research administrator in the faculty of medicine at the University of Toronto, says that he didn't really have much choice about doing his share of the housework (unlike his Friends, whose mothers made their beds and prepared their lunches), but he had a lot of freedom. His mother was always willing to talk to him "about major things going on in her life, like the life-changing thing that happened after my stepfather moved out. We had a real heart-to-heart, so it wasn't like I never had input," he said. "We were consulted, and we were consulted at a very early age."
Contributing to a magazine such as Chatelaine is a lot easier than running one, especially a start-up operation like Emergency Librarian. Because Ms. CHEDA knew nothing about the mechanics of publishing magazines, she joined an organization called the Canadian Periodical Publishers Association in the mid-1970s and was soon elected to its board of directors. Eventually, probably in 1979 or 1980, she was asked to take on the job of executive director of the floundering, nearly bankrupt group. Even though it meant working for a lower salary and giving up the pension and other benefits she had at Seneca, Ms. CHEDA accepted the challenge.
As an arts administrator she applied the organizational, research and management skills she had learned as a librarian. She travelled across the country by train and bus, sleeping on sofas in the homes of Canadian Periodical Publishers Association members to rally enthusiasm for the floundering organization. Within a year she had turned it around; then she began developing a distribution system that actually helped Canadian magazines reach their subscribers and improve their business prospects.
In the mid-1970s, Ms. CHEDA met lawyer Karl JAFFARY, a former alderman for the old city of Toronto. Also interested in the arts and involved with the Canadian Periodical Publishers Association, Mr. JAFFARY acted for her when she sued the now defunct Weekend magazine on December 17, 1977, for "outing" her as a lesbian in an article called Gay in the Seventies. She won a libel settlement of $5,000 which Mr. JAFFARY advised her to use as a down payment on a rental house in the east end of the city. Over the years they became close Friends. He was drawn to her for "the things that everybody liked about her - she would not take shit from anybody." He admired her independent spirit and her intellect and shared her passions for books, the arts - especially little theatre companies - and organizations dedicated to promoting social justice. They married on May 30, 1987, a union that by all accounts was extremely happy.
By then Ms. CHEDA had left the Canadian Periodical Publishers Association, worked for four years as registrar at the Ontario Arts Council and had shifted, in 1986, to the Culture and Communications Branch of the Ontario government. "With her dynamism, drive and creativity, she put together the Ontario Publishing Centre in the fall of 1991 to help the book and magazine publishing industry in a very bad economic time," said cultural bureaucrat Jim Polk, who was hired to work under Ms. CHEDA on the book side. "Sherrill was very wily and inventive in working with the structure and very demanding of her staff, but in a good way," he said. Before a change of government and the dismantling of the centre in 1995, it gave out nearly $15-million in support money to help book and magazine publishers computerize and modernize their supply and marketing systems. "She intended to make a difference in literature and the arts, and she did," said Mr. Polk.
After a few miserable years in the mid- to late 1990s, dismantling many of the programs she had helped create, Ms. CHEDA took early retirement from the Ontario government. For the last several years she and Mr. JAFFARY travelled, went to the theatre, read books and relished Ms. CHEDA's talents as a gourmet cook. In November, 2004, Ms. CHEDA suffered a stroke which immobilized her left side. She responded well to treatment, although she was left with a slight limp. Besides being an informal reference source for Friends and families about essential books, restaurants, plays and trips, she was one of four guest editors, along with Sally Armstrong, Michele Landsberg and Shelagh Wilkinson, of a special volume of Canadian Woman Studies entitled Celebrating Doris Anderson, which was published in December 2007.
Late last month, Ms. CHEDA developed persistent flu-like symptoms. A blood test led to a diagnosis of acute adult leukemia. The next day she suffered a terminal stroke, which gave her family its second terrible shock in as many days.
Sherrill CHEDA was born in Osgood, Indiana, on February 15, 1936. She died at Princess Margaret Hospital in Toronto of complications from acute leukemia early on the morning of June 7, 2008. She was 72. Ms. CHEDA leaves her husband, Karl JAFFARY, and her sons Marc and Andrew. She also leaves her grandchildren Kate, Isabella, Desiree and Michael, her father Abe SCHNEIDER, her three siblings and her extended family.

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SCHNEIDMILLER o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-05-17 published
SCHNEIDMILLER, Phyllis Mary
In loving memory of Phyllis Mary, our dear mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, who passed away on May 19, 2004. It's lonely here without you, Mom, We miss you more each day, For life is not the same to us, Since you were called away. Loved and remembered always, Gayle, Barry, Lucy, Heath, Kerri, Terra, Ryan and Natasha.

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SCHNEIDMILLER o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-05-17 published
SCHNEIDMILLER, Phyllis Mary
In memory of Phyllis Mary SCHNEIDMILLER who passed away May 19, 2004. In my heart your memory lingers; Sweetly tender fond and true, There is not a day dear Mother, That I do not think of you. Loved and missed by your daughter Wendy.

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SCHNEKENBURGER o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-02-17 published
PARTLO, Debra
Surrounded by her loving family after a brave battle with her illness, Debra PARTLO passed away peacefully, at the Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital on Saturday, February 16, 2008, in her 55th year. Predeceased by her loving husband Max PARTLO (2003,) and mother Dorothy LAMB (1982.) Wonderful mother and mentor to her children Shannon SCHNEKENBURGER and Roy of Aylmer, Derek PARTLO and his wife Jody of Tillsonburg and Courtney MORSE and her husband Andrew of Straffordville. Proud "Nana" of Maxx and Hilton SCHNEKENBURGER and Landon, Logan and McKenna PARTLO. Loving daughter of Sam LAMB and his friend MaryAnne VANGEERTRUYDE of Tillsonburg. Dear sister of Terry LAMB and his wife Pat; Dan LAMB; Kelly SPRINGER and her husband Dale all of Tillsonburg. Sister-in-law of Art PARTLO and his wife Marion, Barb GULL and the late David, Sharon COULTER and her husband Bob, David PARTLO and his partner Sharon DEPAUW. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her mother-in-law Helen PARTLO (2002.) Deb will be forever remembered as a devoted mother who taught strong and independent values to her family. She was an original member of the Sockette baseball team, where she enjoyed some of the best years of her life. Deb will be deeply missed by all of her Friends. Family and Friends will be received at Ostrander's Funeral Home, Tillsonburg, (519) 842-5221, on Sunday, February 17, 2008 from 7: 00-9:00 p.m. and on Monday, February 18, 2008 from 2: 00-4:00 and 7:00-9:00 p.m. Funeral Service for Debra will be held at Saint Paul's United Church, Tillsonburg on Tuesday, February 19, 2008 at 1: 00 p.m. with Rev. Glenn BAKER and Rev. Tom HISCOCK officiating. Interment in the Tillsonburg Cemetery. Memorial donations to the Ontario Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Saint Paul's United Church Memorial Fund or the Tillsonburg Hospital would be appreciated by the family. Personal condolences may be sent to www.ostrandersfuneralhome.com

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SCHNEKENBURGER o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-03-07 published
DRABICK, Doug
Suddenly at London Health Sciences Centre, Victoria Hospital, London on Wednesday, March 5, 2008 Doug DRABICK of Belmont in his 49th year. Sadly missed by his wife Amanda (née LEHMAN.) Loving father of Daryl of Calgary and Holly, Heather and Veronica all at home. Much loved son of Barb DRABICK formerly of Belmont and predeceased by his father Stan. Dear brother of Joanne DRABICK of London, Ken DRABICK (Sandra) of Belmont, Cheryl SCHNEKENBURGER (Joe) of Blenheim and predeceased by his sister Lynn. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Friends will be received at the Bieman Funeral Home, Dorchester on Saturday 7-9 p.m. and Sunday 7-9 p.m. where the funeral service will be held on Monday, March 10, 2008 at 10: 00 a.m. Interment at Dorchester Union Cemetery. Memorial donations the charity work of Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church, 1715 Dundas St. E., London, Ontario N5W 3E1 gratefully acknowledged.

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SCHNEKENBURGER o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-06-18 published
TORLOV, Joan (née SCHNEKENBURGER)
Born November 12, 1931 died June 5th, 2008, after a long battle with cancer. Survived by her only sister Betty YAKOVLEV from La Salle (née SCHNEKENBURGER,) only brother Gerald SCHNEKENBURGER of Kingsville, Ontario, wife Bronia SCHNEKENBURGER and two nieces Lynn SCHNEKENBURGER and Julie SCHNEKENBURGER of Vancouver, British Columbia. Cremation has taken at London Cremation Services.

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SCHNEKENBURGER o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2008-07-02 published
SCHNEKENBURGER, Shannon " Lee" (née HOWELL)
Peacefully, Shannon "Lee" (HOWELL) SCHNEKENBURGER passed away at her home in Glencoe, with her family by her side on Monday, June 30, 2008, in her 57th year. Beloved wife and best friend of Allan SCHNEKENBURGER. Devoted mother of Amy WALKER (Matt Jeffrey) of Glencoe and Jay SCHNEKENBURGER (Crystal ASHBURN) of Bothwell. Loved by her absolutely perfect grandchildren, Riley, Valley and Madelyn. Dear daughter of Fran and the late Murray HOWELL of Glencoe. Precious sister of Lynne HAWKSBY (Ken) of Beaverton. She will be missed by everyone. Relatives and Friends will be received at the Van Heck Funeral Home, 172 Symes Street, Glencoe on Wednesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Celebration of Lee's life will be at St. Charles Church, Glencoe on Thursday July 3rd at 11 a.m. Fr. Frank MURPHY officiating. Interment Oakland Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the charity of your choice. "I'm fantastic&hellip just tired"

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