The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on July 22, 1955 · 4
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Page 4 TITS OTTAWA CITIZEN Friday, July 22, 1SS5 A. D. Buchanan KEMITVILLE (Speclal)-The funeral service for Alexander D. Buchanan wa held al the J. W, MacGllllvary chape!. St. Lam-bcrt, Que., conducted by Hev. John Dove. Born at Kcmplvlllc, Ont., In 1837, a ton of the late Angus Buchanan and his wife, Mary Dack, he received hia education in the Kemp4vlllc public nnd high chocls. He wu employed by the Bank of Ottawa t Kemptvllle for a time and later moved to Montreal where he was employed by Sherwln WUtlami ' Paint Company for many years until ill health forced him to retire. Besides hl wife, the former Dorothy Smith, he la aurvived by his sister, Mrs. James Black-well (Edith) of Toronto and one brother, Charles Buchanan of Montreal; also several nieces and an aunt, Mrs. Edith Anderson of Kemptvllle. Interment was in the family plot In Kemptvllle Public Cemetery. The committal service was conducted by Rev. Stanley Ker-risen of St. James Anglican Church here. Mrs. T. D. Cassidy Mrs. Marvel Helen (Molly) Cassidy of 8 Sratrle Avenue, died yesterday after a lenjlhy Illness at the age of 44. Mrs. Cassidy was at one time an operator with the Bell Telephone Company. Bom in Ottawa, she wag a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Watson. She attended St. Patrick's School and Ottawa Technical School. She was married in Ottawa la 1934 to T. D'Arcy Cassidy, who survives. A member of St. George's Church, she also belonged to the League of the Sacred Heart and the Ca'holic Women's League. She leaves, in addition to her husband, two sons, Thomas and James, both of Ottawa; and one sister, Mrs. Charles (Dietta) Cum-mlngs, rf Ottawa. The body is at McEvoy Brothers. 235 Kent Street, where the funeral will be held Saturday morning at 8 40 for requiem high mass at SI George's Church at 9 o'clock. Interment will be in Notre Dame Cemetery, Ottawa. 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Many friends from all parts of the country came to pay tribute to Leonard Heiderman at hls futv eral held here recently. Mr, Heiderman was brought from his home on Wellington Street to Grace Lutheran Church where the funeral service was conduct- j cd by Rev. II, II. Schmieden ! man suffered a paralytic stroke while on duty and died shortly afterwards. He was 30. Donald C. McDonald, Ontario CCF leader, was among the host of friends who came to attend Mr. Ileidertnan's funeral. Mr. Heiderman was an active supporter of the CCF Party. Leonard Heiderman was born in Lyndock Township, on November 9th, 1903, the son of Frederick Heiderman and Bertha Kuehl. He married the former Theresa Luloff of Gratfin Township. They farmed in Grattan until 193V when they took up residence In Eganville where, since 1938, Mr. Heiderman has been employed as section man for the CPR. Surviving besides his widow are one son, Nelson and an adopted daughter, Mrs. Fred Schrocder (Gloria) both of Egan-ville. He also leaves five slaters and six brothers, Mrs. Alcxa John, Waltham. Que., Mrs. Eric Wockworth, Pembroke, M r a. Ellard Vcrnlck. Griffith, Mrs. Hutson, Inverary, Mrs. Walter Berndt, Golden Lake; Herb, Pembroke, Arthur, Ottawa, Leo, Alvin, Arnold and Emerson, all of Griffith. Pallbearers were Albert Boldt Elble Schruder, Itale Drefke, Herman Scheer, Bhelnold Lcmke and Eddie Rose. dial 5.4234 Arlisls Supplies Oil Paintings Picture Framing WALLACK'S Art Shop and Gallery I-6M8 194 BANK ST. F. W.' Simpson Frederick W. Simpson of 410 Rlverdale Avenue, died Thursday after a lengthy Illness. Mr. Simpson had" been ,i plumber In Ottawa with J. D. Gervin and W. J. McLennan before his retirement Born and educated at Carlyle, England, he was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Simpson. He came to Canada 45 years ago, settling In Ottawa. He was a member of Trinity Anglican Church and of Local 71 of the Plumbers' Union. He was married to the former Ethel A. Copeland, who survives. He also leaves one son, Edward of Ottawa; one daughter, Mrs. Ronald (Catherine) Boyd of Ottawa: one brother, Charles of Sheffield, England; and one sister. Miss Katie Simpson of Carlyle, England. There are two grandchildren. The body Is at Hulsc and Play- fair, Ltd.. 315 McLeod Street. Funeral service will be held In the chapel on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. W. H. Bradley will officiate. Interment will be in Capital Memorial Cemetery. Eugene Bergeron BUCKINGHAM (Special) Many district friends and relatives joined In paying final tribute at the funeral of Eugene Bergeron, which was held re cently. Mr. Bergeron died at the age of 80 after a long Illness. The funeral service was held from C. Cadlcux Funeral Home to St. Gregory's Church, where requiem high mass was celebrated by Msgr. J. V. Croteau, p.p. assisted by Father Pierre Martel, curate as deacon, and Father Leon Dubeau, chaplain of St Michael's Hospital, as sub-deacon. Burial was In the parish cemetery where graveside prayers were said by Msgr. Croteau. Born in Thurso, Mr. Bergeron was married in Buckingham in 1902 to Delia Cadlcux who survives. He lived in Buckingham since then. Besides his wife, two sons survive, Joseph and Rene, both of Buckingham, and one sister, Mrs. Ernest Leduc of Thurso. Mrs. A. GiBoin A former employe of the Secretary of State Department, Mrs. Alvlnie GIBoln died in hospital Thursday after a short illness. She was 75 and resided with her sister, Blanche Williams, at 173 Cooper Street Mrs. GIBoln was born at Coatlcook, Que., daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Williams. She received her education at the Rlgaud Convent. In 1910 she married Edward GIBoln at Portland, Mc. He died four years later. In addition to her sister, Mrs. GiBoin leaves one brother, Charles R. Williams of Montreal. 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