The Windsor Star from Windsor, Ontario, Canada on June 17, 1988 · 43
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-w. .1 '4 f n W ? ,i . Y ri - ,rv . ' ' Births, Deaths, In Memoriam ACMVOWLEOQE MINTS ADOPTIONS ENGAGEMENTS - MARRIAGE S SERVICES 0 TftlSUTf SOCIETIES lOOQES THANK YOU CANOS For Announcement Notices Call 255-5544 THE WINDSOR STAR, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1983 D11 BIRTHS DEATHS BIRTHS BIRTHS BIRTHS BIRTHS BACCllUS-Ray, Felicia and big brother Brian welcomes Justin Ameen. Born June 8lb, 1 988 at 1 1 :30 a.m., weighing 6 lbs 6 oz. Proud grandmother Anne Dornford, Long Island, N.Y. Sincere thanks to Dr. Keith MacLeod, Dr. Ed Armour and nursing staff, Obstetric Unit, Met Hospital. CARRICK -Larry and Anne (nee Todd) are happy to announce the birth of their twins, Siobhan and James Todd at Metropolitan Hospital on Wed June 15, 1988. Special thanks to Dr. G. Hasen & hospital staff. Proud grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. Chuck Carrick, Tilbury, and Mr. & Mrs. Fer-gie Higson, Darwin, Australia DEANDel Col -Just in time for Fathers Day! Les & Chris are pleased to announce the birth of Melissa Anne, 7 lbs. l4!6oz. on June 15, 1988. Proud grandparents are Rino and Toni Dean and Eligio and Maria Del Col. Special thanks to Dr. R. Bourke and the terrific staffofraceHMpitah DYMOND-Derekand Maureen announce the safe and joyous home birth on June 10, 1 988 of their third child, a girl, weighing 8 lbs. 4 oz. Another sister for Avril and Eteri. Midwivesmake the difference. F10RET -Phil and Rhonda (nee Breitenstein) thank God for the safe arrival of Daniel Ross, born June 14, 1988 weighing 7 lbs. 13 oz. Elated grandparents are Adrian and Enes Fioret and Val and Verna Breitenstein and great grandmother Fern Coatsworth. FULLER-(Spalla)-Julie is pleased as punch to introduce her new baby sister, Katherine, born June 13, 1988 weighing 3 1 lOgrams at Grace Hospital. Proud parents are Joe & Eileen. Grandparents are Mae & Joe Spalla and Norm and Marg Fuller. The pill helps STOCKHOLM (AP) - Prostitutes in Africa who use birth control pills are two to three times as likely as other prostitutes to become infected with AIDS, researchers said Thursday. They said it is not known why birth control pills should increase a womans risk of getting AIDS, but the pills can produce a condition that might serve as an entry point for the virus into the bloodstream. The risk of getting AIDS through heterosexual contact also increases in people with such diseases as herpes, syphillis and chancroid, all of which produce genital ulcers or lesions, said Dr. King Holmes of Har-borview Medical Center in Seattle, Wash. Control of these and other genital ulcer diseases "should be the highest priority for controlling heterosexual AIDS transmission, Holmes said at the Fourth International Conference on AIDS. In separate reports, researchers said they found no evidence of mental problems in people who are infected with AIDS but have not developed other signs of the disease. Earlier studies had suggested mental faculties might decline soon after infection with the AIDS virus, and the suggestion was made that infected people who were otherwise healthy should be removed from sensitive jobs. The new research suggests no basis for such action, researchers said. Acquired immune deficiency syndrome, a fatal disease for which no cure has been found, is caused by a virus that damages the bodys immune system, leaving victims susceptible to infections and cancer. It is spread most often through sexual contact, needles or syringes shared by drug abusers, infected blood or blood products, and from pregnant women to their offspring. Holmes, a specialist in sexually transmitted diseases, cited figures from the U.S. Centres for Disease Control showing the number of reported AIDS cases acquire through heterosexual contact has increased to almost four per cent now from about one per cent of the total cases in 1 983. Among men, the percentage has increased seven to nine times, to between seven-tenths and nine-tenths of one per cent from one-tenth of one per cent, he said. In women, the percentage of hete-rosexually acquired cases is much higher. About 20 per cent to 30 per cent of AIDS cases in women in the United States were probably acquired through heterosexual contact, he said. The problem is especially severe among minorities in the inner cities, the areas where prostitution and intravenous drug abuse are concentrated, Holmes said. "Programs for prevention of heterosexual transmission of HIV via sex with prostitutes are urgently needed in all countries," he said. Holmes recommended starting the programs in early adolescence because, "if you wait until 18 to give the lecture on AIDS, its too late. The linking of genital ulqpr disease and birth control pills with AIDS comes from studies by Francis Plummer and others in Nairobi, Kenya, Holmes told the conference. He said the pills can produce a condition called cervical ectopy in which part of the cervical lining is exposed to the vagina, and the exposed lining might be an entry point for the AIDS virus into the bloodstream. Genital ulcer disease presumably increases the AIDS risk by allowing the virus to enter the body through the ulcers, he said. Pope urges Archbishop to stop consecration VATICAN CITY (AP) - Pope John Paul has urged Archbishop Marcel Le febvre to abandon a consecration of bishops that would split the Roman Catholic Church and probably get the rebel traditionalist excommunicated, the Vatican said Thursday. Creating bishops without papal permission is against canon. It seems a certain path to expulsion from the Catholic church for the French archbishop, who has rebelled for two decades against what he calls "selfdestructive changes in the church. Without being specific, the Pope reminded Lefebvre by letter of the inevitable theological and canonical consequences that are known to you. Leaders of the church in France, Switzerland and West Germany issued a Joint statement Thursday urging Lefebvre to to change his decision and we pray that he does not commit the unrepairable. CORRECTION NOTICE BE: BELLE RIVER WATER WORKS USERS The ad that appeared cn Wed., June 15 should have read as follows: SCHEDULE FOR WATERING Town of Ballo River md Town- ship of ROCHESTER on TUES.. THURS. & SAT. 6-8 p.m. Township of Mildstuni on MOM., WED., & Fill. 6-8 p.m. . Further restrictions will be imposed If the above schedule Is not followed. Your co-operation and consideration of water will be appreciated. Ed Renaud Superintendent . Belle River Water Works The last schism in the church occurred In 1870 over the dogma of papal infallibity. Lefebvre, 82-year-old founder of the traditionalist St Pius X Fraternity based in Switzerland, said Wednesday he will consecrate four followers as bishops June 30. The fraternity was named after Piux X, who was pope in 1903-14 and who condemned religious modernism. THE VATICAN SAID in a statement Thursday that, in a May 5 protocol worked out by Lefebvre and the Vatican, the pontiff gave the archbishop permission to consecrate one bishop Aug. 15. Pope Paul VI barred Lefebvre in 1976 from saying mass and giving the sacraments, but the archbishop has ordained more than 200 priests who continue to use the 16th-century Tri-dentine mass, a Latin rite for which special permission Is required. His movement claims millions of followers worldwide. The statement Thursday said the Vatican issued a "pressing appeal to members of (Lefebvyes) Fraternity and their followers to rethink their position and remain united with the Pope, "assuring them that all measures will be taken to guarantee their identity in. full communion with the Catholic church. Noting Lefebvres announcement "with profound pain, the Vatican Issued a chronology Thursday of its efforts In the last seven months to resolve the dispute. It also published the texts of the protocol and letters between the the archbishop and John Paul. Under the protocol, Lefebvre would have promised to be faithful to the church and Pope and to accept the teachings of the Second Vatican Council of 1962-65. The council simplified and modernized the liturgy, Instituting such reforms as celebration of the nuts In the local language. CIRARD-Here At Last!!! Tom and Annette (nee LaBonte) are thrilled to announce the birth of their first child, a son, Thomas Garry (T.J.) weighing 8 lbs. 1 lfc ozs. on June 13, 1988 at Grace Hospital. Little golfing partner tor Dad! Proud grandparents are George and Esther LaBonte and Ray and Betty Girard and Betty Garry. Great grandmothers are Elizabeth Anderson and Mrs. Peggy Girard, looking down from Heaven are Mimi and Pipi LaBonte. Special thanks to Grace Nursing Staff. INSURED. GREGOR YDo-JUNIOR HAS ARRIVED! Robby and Ryan are pleased to announce the safe arrival of their new baby brother, Randy Thomas, born June 15, 1988, at Met, weighing 8 lbs. Proud parents are Glenn and Laurie. Proud grandparents are Gloria & Ray Doe of Windsor & Carole & BobGregoryofToronto. HOFFMANN (Myket) -Allen and Diane are pleased to announce the birth of their first child, Robert Allen, born on Sun., June 12, 1988, weighing 6 lbs. 15 oz. at Metropolitan Hospital. First grandchild for Bea Myket ana Harvey Myket, 5th grandchild for Alfred A Louella Hoffmann, 14th great grandchild for Christine Hoffmann and 20th for John Bachmeier. Insured. HUDSON-Debbie and Dan are proud parents of their new baby girl, Jenna Lynn, 6 lbs 6'A oz, born on June 13, 1988. Grandparents are Gordon & Myma Hudson and Garnet A Irene Bigelow. Insured. KENNEY (Clarke)-Mike and Phyllis would like to announce the birth of their son, Kyle William, on June 13, 1988, at 1 :42 p.m., weighing 6 lbs 3 oz. Big sister Melanie looks down from Heaven with a smile. Proud grandparents are Doug A Connie Clarke and Bob A Betty Kenney. Special thanks to Dr. R. Bourke and Dr. A. Kidd.Thank God for Aunty Vicki and Nurse Kate. KLOPPENBORG -Leanne and John would like to announce the birth of a brother to Stefan, Michael Andreas, June 14, 1988, 12:37 am. at Grace Hospital, 8 lbs., 9 ozs. Proud grandparents are Niels A Nina Kloppenborg, Matt A Ethel Herbst. Sailors rescued HONOLULU (AP) -Five Costa Rican fishermen drifted about 5,800 km in five months after their boat ran out of fuel, surviving on rainwater and fish until their rescue 1,126 km southeast of Hawaii, the coast guard said Thursday. We ate anything that came near our boat, such as fish, turtles and sharks, Joel Omar Gonzalez, one of the fishermen, told the coast guard. We got water because it rained a few days and we managed to fill a lot of empty cans we had on board our boat. , The Kinei Marul28,a Japanese tuna boat, spotted the nine-metre Cadiro 3 adrift about southeast of Honolulu on Wednesday. The tuna boat rescued the men and left the Cadiro 3 drifting, said coast guard spokesman Jeff Crawley. The Cadiro 3 set out Jan. 19 from Puntare-nas, Costa Rica, for an eight-day fishing trip, he said. A storm came upon us so we started heading for shore, but the winds were too strong and they pulled us out to sea, Gonzalez said. We ran out of diesel and have been adrift ever since then Crawley said as the boat drifted across the Pacific Ocean, the men ate anything they could catch. "We survived by throwing over bait which we had for our fishing trip, Gonzalez said. Crawley said the fishermen .communicated with the coast guard via the tuna boats radio. All five were reported in goodconditon. The Kinei Maru 128, which sails out of Iwate, Japan, was scheduled to arrive In Honolulu on this morning, Crawley sJd. KRANIAUSKAS-Dana and Lauren welcome Kayla Ann, weighing in at 7 lbs 6 oz; to the newest episode of My Three Daughters", on June 15, 1988. Proud producers, Robert and Patricia Kraniauskas. Proud directors Mary Alice A Jack Collins, Dana Kraniauskas and Vic Kraniauskas. Thanks to special guest stars Dr. W. McLeod and D. Paterson. LANCLOIS-Joe and Darlene are thrilled to announce the safe arrival of their daughter, Kristalyne, 6 lbs. 4 ozs. on June 13, 1988. Anxiously awaiting at home is brother Jason. Proud grandparents, Norm A Betty Langlois, Carm Lettcn-bicheler and Rita Stone. Grandpa Stoney watching from up above. INSURED. MARTIN-Parents Brad and Ann are happy to announce the safe arrival of their new son Neil David, born June 15th, 1 988 1 1 :55a.m. weighing 81bs. 5oz. Proud grandparents are Terry A Jeannette Martin; and Paul A Ann Bazala, also waiting at home is anxious sister Annejean. MCBRIDE -(Novelletto): Mike and Teresa are happy to announce the safe arrival of their first born, Michael Leonard, weighing 7 lbs., 1 2 ozs., born June 11, 1988 at Met. Hospital. Proud third time grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McBride and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Novelletto (in a short 1 Id months). Proud third time great-grandparents are Mr. ana Mrs. Charles Hill. Thanks to Drs. G. Hasen and B. McLeod and the OB Staff at Met. Insured. BRUCE -Margaret, 89 yean, bom Stirlingshire, Scotland. Late of Huron Lodge on June 16, 1988 at Grace Hospital. Pre-deceased by her loving husband Adam (1969). Beloved mother of John H. and wife Verian of California and Elizabeth and her husband David Jeffrey of Windsor. Loving grandmother of Katherine of Windsor, Nancy, Kim, Lorri, and Scott of California, and Brenda of Texas. Also survived by several greatgrandchildren. Dear sister of Mrs. Robert Dockeray (Agnes) of Windsor, and Mrs. Leslie Green (Ella) of Scotland. Resting at The Anderson Funeral Home 895 Ouellette Ave. VISITING AFTER 7 P.M. FRIDAY. Funeral Service Sat. June 1 8, 10:30 A.M. Elder William Brown officiating. Interment Victoria Memorial Gardens. Donations to the Huron Lodge Auxiliary or The Heart A Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the Family. ELLIS-Gordon F. (Ted). Age 72 years, of East Tawas, Michigan, formerly of Femdale. Died June 14, 1988. Mr. Ellis was a former driver for The Koepplinger Baking Company. Beloved husband of Thelma. Father of Mrs. George (Bonnie) Milke and Susan Baldyga. Also survived by three grandchildren. Brother of Arthur, llene McCrae and Mary Gordon. Funeral Services, Sat. at 1 2:00 noon from The Pixley Memorial Chapel 322 West University Drive in Rochester. Interment at White Chapel Cemetery in Troy. Visitation Fri. 2-5 and7-9p.m. cially Mom. Insured. ROSS(SINE) -Kevin and Lori are thrilled to announce the safe arrival of daddys little girl, Kaitlyn Justine, bora June 1 3 th, 1 988 weighing 6 lbs. 4 oz. at 3:09 p.m. Proud grandparents are Clarence and Marlene Ross, Ray and Peggy Sine and greatgrandmother Midlred Ross. Extra special thanks to Drs. Greg Hasen, Bill McLeod and the O.B. Caseroom Staff. TURTON-Michael, Charmaine and Michael Jr. are extremely happy to announce the arrival of Bryan Christopher, born June 12, 1988 weighing 8 lbs. 1 oz. Proud second time grandparents, Sam and Bernice Turton and Ed and Marylou Mous-seau. Special thanks to the excellent staff at Grace. Sister of the late Peter and Eric Skov. Sadly missed by sister, Edith and brothers Art, Glenn and Elmer Skov. Sadly missed bv sons and wives, Harry and Simonne, Jack and Bridget of Windsor, Leith and Debbie, Vancouver and also daughter and husband, Edith and Bruce, Calgary and daughter, Joan Napanee. Dear grandmother of thirteen grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Mrs. Ewart was retired from Metropolitan Hospital after 17 years of service and was a member of The Ladies Auxiliary, Metropolitan Hospital. Cremation to take place. Memorial Services, will be held at St. Georges Anglican Church, Devonshire Court, Windsor on Mon. June 20, 1988 at L30 p.m. Rev. Canon Fr. B.A. Silcox officiating. In lieu of flowers Memorial Tributes to The Windsor arrival of their first bora, a son, Aaron Joseph, born June 8, 1988, weighing 41bs. 5oz. at Grace Hospital. Proud grandparents are Percy A Christine Renaud, Fred A Marie Cardiff and Ross Underwood. Special thanks to Dr's. Bourke A Di-Pierdomenico and Nurses from 3A', 3B, Case Room and O.R. Special thanks to the N.l.C.U. Unit. WAY-Jeremia and Jessica are happy to welcome baby brother Joshua Douglas. The 61b. 1 loz. "gift from God" arrived June 14th for Hugh and Lori. Another to spoil for grandparents Lyle and Marjorie Way, Ray and Gail Kenney and great-grandmother Ackley. Special thanks to Dr. Keith MacLeod and the Met. Staff. Insured. DEATHS HALL-Marie (nee Blanchard), 81 years old, June 17, 1988, at Grace Hospital. Beloved wife of the late William (1959). Dear sister of Mrs. Clifford (Yvonne) Ranger of Harper Woods Mich. Predeceased by Laura and Leona. Dear aunt of Norman Paquet, of Riverside Calif., Mrs. James MacNeil of Moncton N.B. and Mrs. Hilda Manze-rolle of Windsor. Visiting at Janisse Brothers Funeral Home 1139 Ouellette Ave. Saturday from 7-9 p.m., Sunday from 2-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Monday June 20 at 9 a.m., then to St. Vincent de Paul Church for funeral mass at 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Alphonsus Cemetery. Parish prayers Sunday evening 7 p.m. BOUGHNER-H. D. Richard (Dick), peacefully at his residence in Hamilton on Thursday June 16, 1988, aged 67 years. Beloved husband of Selina (Lee) Wray. Loving father of Pamela (Mrs. Gor- .. don Lyall), Brian and his wife JARMAN-Harry, a resident Gail and Edra (Mrs. Robert Amherstburg Ontario, a Pickens). Dear grandpa and retired engineer and supervi-papa of David, Christine, Aly- wrof Chrysler Canada, passed son, Maureen and Katie. Dear peacefully at his summer residence in Verner Ont., Thursday June 16, 1988 at the age of 74 years. Beloved husband of Claude Cote. Dear father of Paul, Windsor and Denis of Toronto. Beloved brother of May of St. Thomas Ontario. A private family ser- brother of Jack (deceased), Audrey (Mrs. William Burleigh), Clifford, Gladys (Mrs. Leslie Sills), Dorothy (Mrs. Harold Westlake), Neville (deceased), Stanley and Marlene (Mrs. Peter Roberts). Will be sadly missed by many nieces and'nephews.'all of vice was be d today at Nipis-Windsor Ontario. Dear broth- sing Funeral Home 2 Racette er-inlaw of Sadie (deceased) Berner, Ontario followed and Amy and Lily, in England. cremation. For further m-Survived by several nieces and formation (705)-594-232l. nephews, also of England. Dick served in the Essex Scottish and Algonquin Regiments in WW1I and was badly wounded at The Fallaise Gap", and was employed by Hendrie A Company for 29 DEATHS DEATHS LICATA-Francesco (Frank) 70 years on June 16, 1988 at Hotel Dieu Hospital. Beloved husband of Rose (nee Moceri). Dear father of Vita and her husband Fulvio Valentinis; Rino and his wife Mary; John A his wife Barbara all of Windsor. Loving grandfather of Alissia, Julia, Nadia, Roberto, Sergio and Adriana. Dear brother of Nello Licata of Ita- McCLTRE Nicole Marie, 5 days old on June 15th, 1988 at Childrens Hospital in Detroit Beloved daughter of Jim and Darlene (nee Bauer), who thank God for his most precious gift, Nicole Marie. Sadly missed by her grandparents Alex and Valerie Bauer, Mrs. Marjorie McGuire and the late Sylvester (1985). Also IN MEMORIAM KEREK-LAJOS (Louis) -September 2nd, 1934 -June 15th, 1985. We shall be leaving shortly for , a four year posting in West Germany. Our thoughts will often be in Windsor and surrounding districts, with those we love and those we loved and lost. -Auf Wiedersehen - Til we missed by several aunts, uncles meet again. CpI. Barbara N. Survived by brother-in-laws and cousins. Funeral Mass was Moffat Messer A Sgt. Douglas LbahL IIaamm n m A n,fl iiiiIa 1 .1 J , I . . 1. fl f,L I AOO A 1 I . t- i Frank Moceri and his wife Santina of Detroit Mich.; Jack Moceri and his wife Jean of Windsor. Resting at The Windsor Chapel Funeral Home 1700Tecumseh Rd. E. until Sat. June 1 8, 1 988 at 9:00 a m. then to St. Angela Merici Church for funeral mass at 9:30 a.m. Entombment Heavenly Rest Cemetery. Prayers Friday at 8p.m. As your expression of sympathy donations may be made to The V.O.N. or The Canadian Cancer Society. Mr. Licata was a Veteran of WWII and a long time member of the Asso-ciazione Nazionale Comba-tenti Reduci Dltalia, also The Sicilia Club. He was also co-founder of L A M Car Wash. MAKI -Frida, 94 years, late of Huron Lodge, Windsor, on held today, June 17th, 1988 at St. Annes Church in Tecum-seh with interment St. Annes Cemetery. (Windsor Chapel Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.). A. Messer-Cdn. Forces-(air). KEREK-LAJOS (Louis) -September 2nd, 1934 June 15th, 1985. Quietly remembered today. -Hilda Moffatt and daughters, Sheila Swinton, Linda QL'ICK-Hazel M., (Powell) Lesperance, Barbara Messer age 90 years. Passed away on and families. Wednesday June 15, 1988. Late of 291 Erie St. S., and LAFRAMBOISE-In loving The Leamington Nursing memory of a wonderful grand-Home. Beloved mother of son Jamie who passed away Donna Pinch and dear sister of June 17, 1979. Harold Powell and his wife Your memory is a keepsake Ellarae all of Leamington and from which well never part, John Powell and his wife Peggy of Simcoe. Dear sister-in-law of Kay Powell, Leamington and Marjorie Powell of Wheatley. Dear aunt of George Powell and his wife Elsie of Toronto. Predeceased God has you in his keeping, we have you in our hearts. -Loved and missed by grand-ma and grandpa Read. LYONS-In loving memory of a dear Mother, Mother-in-law and Grandmother Joan, who i . Tom,, lu by two brothers Rodney and ana uranamomer joan, i June 15, 1988 at Grace Hospi- rov pQwe a sister Helen passedawayJunel6,I972 tal. Predeceased by her hus- PnlL, , n , u.. , In our hearts your mem MIERNICKE(Bondy) -Steve and Laura are pleased to an- EWART-Lilli (nee Skov). 76 nounce the safe arrival of their Years. On June 16, 1988 at first child, Lindsay Rae.tom Metropolitan Hospital. Be-June 11, 1988, 2:45pm, weigh- joved wife of the late Alfred ing 81b. 1 4oz. at Met. Hospital. Ewart (1983). Daugher of the Thanks to all who helped, espe- late Matilda and August Skov. band Charles (1973). Dearest mother of George of Windsor and Mrs. Eva Borshuk of Windsor. Also survived by two grandchildren and several great grandchildren; and one sister in Finland. Cremation took place. Anderson Funeral Home, in charge of arrange- ments. MASTINE-Clarence W. (Ted), late of 780 Ouellette Ave., Windsor, 86 years, on June 14, 1988 at Hotel Dieu Hospital. Dearest brother of Mrs. Marjorie A. Mills, Danville P.Q. and Mrs. John Hawden (Edith), Montreal P.Q. Mr. Mastine was a retired employee of Ford Motor Company of Canada since 1941, retiring in 1961, and served with the R.C.A.F. in WWII. Cremation was held. A Memorial service will be held at a later date at Holy Trinity Church, Dennisons Mills, P.Q. Anderson Funeral Home, 895 Ouellette Ave., in charge of arrangements. Rashid of Windsor; Joseph Rashid of California and John Rashid, also of Windsor. Also survived by nieces and nephews. Mr. Rashid was a veteran of WWII and a member of the IS SSiSSSS I SI 1,1? 10 doctors and nurses and staff are proud to announce the safe for he special care in I C U at Metropolitan Hospital. (Anderson Funeral Home 895 Ouellette Ave. in charge of arrangements.) NAYLOR -Audrey W. Suddenly on June 14, 1988 at Windsor. Age 65. Dear wife of Gord, of Windsor. Dear mother of Mrs. Michael Fitzpatrick (Doris), of Brampton, Mrs. Ingo Liebenow (Gail), of Lindsay; Gary and Joanne, Kelly of Windsor. Dear grandmother of Debbie, Kellie Beyens; Tracey, Tammy, Teri Liebenow; Christine Humphrey. Great grandmother of Daymen (Digger). Dear sister of Joan Spears, of Hamilton. Visiting after 3 p.m. Thursday at the Marcotte Funeral Home, 12105 Tecumseh Rd., Tec., South entrance. Visiting 3-9 p.m. Friday. Funeral service Sat., June 18 at lp.m. at the Funeral Home. Rev. Art Woitte officiating. Interment Windsor Memorial Cemetery. Mrs. Naylor was secretary of , the Ontario Bowling Congress maefe to the Hospice of Win and active in the Windsor Five dsor or the Heart and Stroke Pin Association. Foundation. NIKKEL-Katharina (Tina), your memory lingers, there is not a day goes by that we dont think of you, the best Mother, Mother-in-law and Grandmother on earth now in Heaven. - Loved and missed by son Terpy, daughter Sandi, son-in-law Chuck and granddaughter Aimee. McMULLEN-Donald (Mickey), June 17, 1986. People come into our lives continually. Most of them pass by unnoticed. But a precious few touch our hearts and remain with us forever. Pops, we miss you and will love you always. -Sinfull, Slip and Quinner. RASHID -Stephen "Steve", MCMULLEN-ln iovmg 74 years, on June 1 6, 1 988 at memory 0f Donald, (Mickey), Grace Hospital. Beloved bus- wj,0 passe(j away june 17th, band of Aurora Pat (nee jggg Rosnovan). Dear father of Nothing can ever take away, Gayle Bondy and husband The love a heart holds dear. Andv, Pamela Lee and hus- pon j memories linger every band Jim, Damne Auffret, all jay of LaSalle and Hope LeGauit Remembrance keeps him of Tecumseh. Loving PaPa of near 1 1 grandchildren. Dear broth- sad!y missed and always Powell and a son-in-law Whitney Pinch. Mrs. Quick was a member of The United Church, Leamington and Leamington District Half Century Club, Peachland Rebekah Lodge and Imperial Chapter 21, Order of The Eastern Star. Funeral Service at The Leslie R. Dutot Funeral Home on Saturday June 1 8th at 1 1 a.m. conducted by Rev. S. Alan Schooley. Peachland Rebekah Lodge Service, Friday evening at 7 p.m. Eastern Star Service Friday evening at 7:30 p.m. Memorial donations may be made to The Arthritis Society or the charity of your choice. (Visitation after 2 p.m. on Friday). er of Mrs. Emily Scully of remembered by Linda, Victor, Berkley, Mich.; Miss.Llena Laura, Justin and Jesse. NICHOLLS-In loving memory of a dear Dad and Grandfather, K. Ross, who passed away 3 years ago, June 17, 1985. R.C.L. Branch 594. He was We had a Dad we were proud also a retired customs officer toown with Canadian Customs. Resting at the Windsor Chapel Funeral Home, 1700 Tecumseh Rd. E. Funeral service on How much we miss him will never be known. The heartaches in this world are many Saturday, June 18, 1988 di- But the loss ofyou Dad was the rectlyat Sacred Heart Church greatest of any. in LaSalle, where everyone is to meet from 9:30a.m. till time of service at 10 a.m. Interment Sacred Heart Cemetery,' LaSalle. Prayers Friday at Friends may think the wound is healed, But they little know the sorrow That lies within the heart concealed. 7:30p.m. As your expression of If you have a Dad, give him a sympathy, donations may be hug, Tellhimyoulovebim For when they are gone, its far too late. We love you Dad. Thuy Jane6' SEEGER -Arnold J 51 years, missd by your daugh-1 988 at her residence, 22 Gar- on June 16, 1988, died peace- ers Marg-ie and Debbie son: fully after a lengthy illness. Beloved husband of Pam (nee Carnegie). Loving father of Michelle and Heather Seeger, rison Avenue, Leamington. Beloved wife of the late Peter Nikkei (1984) and Henry Bergen(1964). Dear mother of Mrs. Jacob Patkau (Katie); Mrs. Carl Segedin (Ann), both of Leamington; Jacob Bergen, Hamilton and Mrs. John Woelk (Freida), Wheatley. Also survived by 5 stepchildren and their families in Manitoba. 20 grandchildren and 28 great-grandchildren also survive. Dear sister of Mrs. Jacob Unger (Jessie); Mrs. John Rosenfeld (Lena); Mrs. Peter Enns (Margaret), all of-Lea-mington. Dear sister- in-law of Mrs. Tina Dick, Mrs. Betty Dick and Mrs. Joy Dick, all of Leamington. Many nieces and nephews also survive. Predeceased by 5 brothers, Jacob, ROBINSON-In loving memo-Rodney Seeger, all of Win- ,y 0f a dear son and brother, dsor; Lenard, Karen and Michael, who passed away 11 Konnie Seeger, z of New years ago, June 1 7th, 1 977. Jersey. Dear brother of Ronald We had a son, we were proud to and wife Evelyn; Maurice and own, wife Cecilia, all of Windsor; How much we miss him, will Gary and wife Donna of Essex; never be known. Dale and wife Brenda; Mari- The heartaches in this world lyn Meuillier and husband aremany, Neil, all of Windsor; Judy But to lose you Michael, was Garant and husband George of the greatest of any. ' Scotsdale, Ariz. Many nieces We often sit and talk ofyou, and nephews also survive. Mr. Seeger was an employee of Central Stamping Ltd. Resting at the Windsor Chapel Funeral Home, 1700 Tecumseh Rd. E. until Monday, June never forect. SpSLs 20-1988 at 9:00 a.m. then to -Sadly missed and lovingly John, Peter, Henry and Dick St. Josephs Church for funer- remembered by Mom, Dad al mass at 10:00 a.m. Inter- LaMARRE-Gerald Allan, (Gerry), 44 years, June 16 th, 1988, accidently. Beloved husband of Elaine, (nee Cor- years, retiring in 1976. The mier). Dear father of Rodney family will receive friends at and Kim. Step-father of Mi the Market Dermody Funeral chelle and Ann-Marie. Son of Home, 1 774 King St. E. Ha- Mrs. Arthur Bedard, (Georgi- milton on Saturday and Sun- na) and Louis LaMarre. Broth- day 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Recita- erof Reginald and Robert, all by 2 sisters in Poland. Mr. and 3 sisters Mrs. Jacob Kroeker (Susie) and Mrs. Jacob Koop (Mary) and Mrs. Abe Fleming (Lisa) . Resting at the Reid Funeral Home, 14 Russell Street, Leamington. Funeral Service Saturday, June 18 at 10 a.m. at the Oak Street United Mennonite Church, Rev. Menno Epp and Rev. Cornelius Dreidger officiating. Interment Evergreen Memorial Cemetery, Leamington. Memorial donations may be made to the Leamington Mennonite Home or the U.M.E.I. (VISITATION FR1DAY2-5&7-9PM ) MZIOLEK Albert, 86 years, on June 16th, 1988 at Hotel Dieu Hospital. Beloved husband of the late Zofia ( 1 985). Dear father of Bernice and husband Ted Kopacz, Detroit, Edward and wife Mary Ann Niziolek, Windsor, Virginia (wife of the late Stanley), Ba sierbe, Mich., Chester Niziolek and Dede, Tecumseh. Loving grandfather to 12 grandchildren and 5 greatgrandchildren. Also survived and family. ment Heavenly Rest Cemetery. Prayers Sunday at 8:00 p.m. As your expression of sympathy, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or Metropolitan General Hospital-Cat Scan. VISITING AFTER 7:00 P.M. ON SATURDAY. IN MEMORIAM ARNOLD -In loving memory of a dear son and brother, Jason, who passed away June 17,1980. Weoftensitandtalkofyou the things you used to say and do. Deep in our hearts, your memory is kept, SHILSON -In loving memory of a dear Mother, Jean, June 17th 1980 and Father, Leonard, July 25th, 1984. Remembering you is so easy, We do it everyday. But missing you is a heartache, That never goes away. -Sadly missed and always loved by Shirley, Bill and Karrie. YEVREMOV-Katie. In lov-ing memory of a dear mom, grandmother, wife and friend to many, who went home to be with the Lord June 17, 1980. Precious memories how they linger, ' How they often flood the soul. In gratitude for a steadfast tion of the Rosary on Sunday at 4 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Incarnation Church, Hamilton, on Monday June 20 at 1 1 a.m. (leaving the funeral home at 10:30 a.m. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in Burlington). In lieu of flowers, donations to the Cancer Society or charity ofamur choice would be deeply appreciated. of Windsor. Donations to The Brentwood Recovery Home would be greatfully appreciated by the family as your expression of sympathy. Visiting after 7 p.m. Friday, funeral Saturday at 9:15 a.m. from Janisse Brothers Funeral Home, 1 139 Ouellette Ave., to Si Vincent de Paul Church at 10 a.m. Parish prayers Friday, 8.30 p.m. 7 Niziolek was a member of the Dom Polski and retired from the Ford Motor Company. Visiting 3 - 5 and 7 - 9 p.m. Saturday, 2-5 and 7-9 pm. Sunday. Funeral Monday, 9.30 a.m. from Janisse Brothers Funeral Home, 1 139 Ouellette Ave. to Holy Trinity Church at 10 a.m. Prayers Sunday p m. Interment Sl and "grand-daughters Jodi atd Alphonse Cemetery. Jane. We love you Jason, well never FAITH amidst many trials, forget. -Lovingly remembered by -Sadly missed and loved forev- family, neighbours and er Mom, Randy, Kary, Sarah friends, and Ashley. THANK YOU CARDS CATHERINE-In loving memory of a'dear mother and G I ATTO -The wife and family grandmother, Charlotte, who fpe Iate Angelo Gatto passed away June 17th, 1983. When we are sad and lonely, And everything goes wrong. We seem to hear you whisper, Cheer up and cany on". Each time we see your photo, You seem tosmile and say, "Dont cry, Im only sleeping", Well meetagainsomedav" -Sadly missed by daughter Betty, husband Bill Whiteside wish to express their sincere thanks and appreciation to their many friends, relatives and neighbours for their acts of love and sympathy during the recent loss of a lovirg husband, father and grandfather. We would especially like to thank Father Lino and Father Remo of St. Angela Merici and also the Staff of Janisse Brothers. -Mrs. Prir.ia Gatto.

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