Donald passed peacefully at Kingston General Hospital on Wednesday, June 9, 2021 in his 82nd year. Cherished husband of 56 years to Valerie (nee MacDonald). Loving father of Marla Knapik (David), Michael (Raylene), Katherine and Elizabeth. Proud Grandpa of Carmelina (Travis), Michael, Joseph, Christopher and Emma and great-grandson Sean. Dear brother of the late Joanne Caldwell (Gary), Jim (Ginny) and Sheila Parker (Mike). He will be missed by his nieces, nephews and the MacDonald family. The family will receive friends at the Township Chapel of the Gordon F. Tompkins Funeral Homes 435 Davis Drive (Centennial at Taylor-Kidd) on Sunday, June 13 starting at 2 p.m. (Guests are asked to call the funeral home 613 546 5150 to reserve their time.) The family will gather together privately for a Liturgy of the Word Service to be held in our Chapel on Monday Morning with Fr. Leo Byrne officiating. Rite of Committal prayers will be said at the family plot in the Holy Name of Mary Cemetery in Marysville on Monday, June 14 at 2 p.m. (Guests wishing to attend the cemetery prayers are also asked to call the funeral home to reserve their place.) The family wishes to express their sincere gratitude to the doctors, nurses and PCAs at the KGH Emergency Department and Davies 4 ICU for their kind and compassionate care. The family also wishes to thank Saint Elizabeth Health Care and Repute Homecare for all their help and support. Memorial donations, for those wishing, may be made to UHKF to be directed to the Cancer Centre. Online book of condolence www.GFTompkins-Township.ca
Friday, June 11, 2021
Tuesday, June 8, 2021
The death occurred peacefully at the Garden Home on Wednesday, June 2, 2021 of Bryan J. Langille, Charlottetown, age 87 years. He leaves to mourn his wife Miriam (Burke), children Brenda, Percy, Robert and Linda (deceased), step-children Heather, Reid, Charles and Vicki, 8 grandchildren, 8 step-grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren and 1 great step-grandson. Brother of Shirley, Charlotte and Bertha. Resting at Belvedere Funeral Home. No visitation or funeral by personal request. If so desired, donations may be made online to the Alzheimer Society of PEI in memory of Bryan. Online condolences may be shared on Bryan’s memorial page at www.belvederefh.com
Wednesday, June 2, 2021
LOST TRAILS JUNE 2021
If anyone is aware of the status or details of those members listed below on LOST TRAILS please contact the secretary of the Signallers Club at email@example.com
Name Club number Address
Bischoff DR Dutch LM520
Bourgeois AJ Al LM005
Brawn AD Don LM681 Fredericton NB
Davis WH Bill LM250 Hamilton ON
Down PS Newfie LM027 London ON
Fredericks JFL Bob LM707
Giroux JWC Claude LM392 North Gower ON
Gryde KW Ken LM544 Sarnia ON
Kirkpatrick KE Ken LM638 Mossbank SK
Mills HR Harry LM670 Wasaga Beach ON
Niles H Hal LM646 Chertsey QC
Palmer JR John LM725 Willow Grove NB
Pitfield B Brian LM220
Roe RVA Ron LM147 Carleton Place ON
Salter LC Laura FM051
Taylor CB Croft LM161 Kanata ON
Temple CW Carl LM479 Abbotsford BC
Wednesday, May 26, 2021
Ladouceur, Robert "Bob"
Passed away peacefully in his home on April 26, 2021 with his nieces Karen and Kathy, and grandson David by his side, at the age of 84. Husband of the late Theresa (2011), father of Joseph, Irene and Russell and grandfather of David and Seth. Survived by brother Douglas (Gloria), and sisters Barbara (late Bill), Lucille "Bonnie" Morris-Callum (late David). Predeceased by his sisters Thelma, Theresa, and Eileen.
Bob was born in Windsor, Ontario on March 26, 1937 and settled into the London area in the 1980s where he lived the rest of his life. He joined the Canadian Armed Forces at the age of 18, married at the age of 21 and had a successful military career including leading an 18-month peace-keeping mission to the Suez Canal (1963-1964). He retired from the military as a Warrant Officer in 1978. Not quite ready for retirement, he had another successful career working at Bell Canada, retiring as Technical Manager in 1994.
A private interment will take place at St. Peter's Cemetery. Once Covid-19 restrictions are lifted, a Celebration of Bob's Life will take place for family and friends. In lieu of flower donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated .(John T. Donohue Funeral Home).
Ian F. (Red) Cumming
May 31, 1944- January 28, 2019
Cumming, Ian F. (Red) UNFICYP-72, UNEF 75-6, |UNDOF 80 Predeceased by beloved wife Mary B.J. Cumming, parents Lorne M and Jean M Cumming. Survived by sister Lorna (Hans) Holtkamp, niece Heather (Dylan) Hunchak, nephew Brad (Sophie) and great nieces Harlow and Sloan Holtcamp and many friends and relatives. All greatly loved. Ian grew up in Wynyard Sask, joined the Canadian Armed Forces in 1966. There was no service at Ian's request. Burial was at Glenhaven Memorial Gardens on Tuesday, February 5, 2019.
Sunday, May 9, 2021
September 30, 1939-April 30, 2021
Chief Warrant Officer -
39 years' service
Michael passed away after a valiant struggle with leukemia. Beloved husband of Wendy Curtis (Newcombe) married 60 years. Survived by two sons David Gordon (Debbie), Steven William (Sue) and granddaughters Jessica and Jamie. Remembered by brother Fredrick (Cecile). Predeceased by his parents Gordon and Ruth Curtis. Michael was a dedicated military man joining the forces at age 17. He enjoyed his various postings at bases across Canada. During his retirement years Michael volunteered helping others with income preparations, served on the cemetery board, researched family ties for genealogy. He was always there to help family members when needed. A private celebration of Michael's life will be held at a later date. Arrangements have been entrusted to Cataraqui Cemetery and Funeral Services, Kingston. Please feel free to share your memories of Michael online at www.cataraquicemetery.ca
Monday, May 3, 2021
Major Curtiss (Curt) Usherwood, CD, RCAF (Retired) passed away 14 April 2021.