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Instead, the sections of the state are separated into parishes. Throughout the history of the state, Louisiana has had five capitols: The state also ranks second in the nation in total island coverage. There are 2, islands in Louisiana. The rich red in the state flag is a representation of the Native American tribes that once inhabited the area. The state flower is the noble and delicate magnolia whose trees line streets in the Pelican State. Video poker is so popular that it can be found in gas stations, truck stops, and bars all across the state.
Kirby and Stacey live here in St. Everyone will miss you, Dad. You were a great guy and we love you. Catharines on Saturday, January 12th from A Celebration of Bill's Life will take place on Saturday at He leaves behind Mary, his loving wife and best friend for over 54 years, his sons Grant Margie and Warren Charlotte , and 3 adoring grandchildren Evan, Cade, and Raven.
He will also be dearly missed by his brother-in-law Elvet Florence and his children Laurie, Val and Greg. Bill was born in Calgary in and served with the Royal Canadian Navy for over 14 years. Bill was a devoted husband and father, and "hugs all around" was a familiar phrase from him. Fondly known as "Uncle Bill" to his extended family, he would go out of his way to help anyone and nothing was too much trouble. Bill's gift of making friends and touching people's lives will be missed.
Vancouver Sun 04 Jun MacEachern Eldridge, died unexpectedly at his residence Oct. He was born in Beaver Harbour, the son of the late Maurice S. Eldridge and Ida M. In earlier years, he worked as a weir and lobster fisherman, then moved to Saint John where he worked for the Saint John Milling Company, PolyCello, and retired from the Bank of Canada.
He was an avid hunter, fisherman, and returned to Beaver Harbour in his retirement years, where he attended Christ Anglican Church in Pennfield. Enid Theriault of Beaver Harbour and Mrs. Charles of Pennfield; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral service will be held at Christ Anglican Church, Pennfield at 2 p.
Canon David Genge officiating. Interment will take place in the adjoining cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to Christ Anglican Church Building Fund , Pennfield, or the charity of the donor's choice, would be appreciated by the family. The Saint Croix Courier 19 Oct Reino was a caring and compassionate man.
At age 12, after his father's death, he immigrated to Canada with his mother, to join his brother and sister. As a young man, he enlisted in the Royal Canadian navy sailing all over the world. After the Navy, Reino returned to Thunder Bay. He worked at Provincial Papers for 31 years. He was also the custodian of Suomi Koti for a few years until retirement. He had a kind, loving, helping nature and carried these qualities with him everywhere he went. He had a positive outlook on life and always saw "the glass half full".
He would help or sing his heart out, any chance he could. He was also an active member at Hilldate Lutheran Church participating in the church services, choir, annual conferences and daily activities. His great pride was his 3 grandsons whom he loved and cherished with all his heart.
He played a huge part in their daily lives. Reino is survived by his wife of 44 years, Sirkka, son Henry, daughter Pia, grandsons, Sam, Zakk and Jari, brother Toivo Anna , cousins, nieces, nephews, godchildren, relatives and friends in Canada and Finland. Visitation for family and friends will start at A Luncheon will follow in the parish hall. Interment of Reino's ashes will take place at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations to Hilldale Lutheran Church would be greatly appreciated. A retired member of the Royal Canadian Navy from ; who then joined the Corps of Commissionaires.
During his time as a Commissionaire he had several posts, his last being the Maritime Command Museum in Stadacona. He enjoyed working with wood and painting pictures of nautical nature. Also he loved to spend time at his cottage and take leisurely drives with the love of his life, Marjorie.
Besides his parents, he was also predeceased by his loving and dutiful wife of 39 years Marjorie E. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, Oct. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, or a charity of choice. His many friends are invited to join the family, and share their memories.
The family requests no flowers, due to allergies, donations please to charity of your choice. We met, we fell in love, and oh how we danced on the night we were wed. We will be together again soon.
I love you, Liz. Joe will be greatly missed by numerous friends and relatives in Victoria, California and Oregon and especially those from the Chief Petty Officers' Association. Joe served 26 years in the R. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Joe's name to the B. Predeceased by his beloved wife Pauline Livingston Fortington on February 12, Fondly remembered by grandchildren Tom, Amy and Andrew, and by his great-grandson Dylan.
Also survived by a niece and two nephews, Andrea, Mark and Ron Blackburn. Roy was predeceased by his parents, Archibald and Alice Marsh Forthington, by his sister Grace Blackburn and her husband George, and by two daughters-in-law, Marilyn and Rae Fortington. The family will receive friends from 12 noon until the time of the service. Interment will follow in Pinecrest Cemetery.
In remembrance, donations to the Alzheimer Society or the Hospice of Providence Palliative Care will be gratefully acknowledged.
Bob passed on May 14, after a short illness. He will be fondly remembered by his many nieces, nephews and friends. He was a proud supporter of all of his grandchildren and their numerous sporting events. They always knew their Grandpa was their biggest fan.
There will be a private family and friends celebration to follow. Details will be passed along as needed. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society.
Left to cherish his memory are his son Allan, grandson Brendan and granddaughter Heather, along with many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his beloved wife of 58 years, Gerry, his parents, Isabella and William Gibb, as well as by his sisters Jean and Ann. Bill was a talented junior hockey player who served for five and a half years in the Canadian Navy during the Second World War, including service aboard HMCS Waskesiu at the time of the sinking of U After the War, he continued his lifelong interest in sports as a coach of both minor hockey and soccer teams in Winnipeg.
He left a positive mark on every young person he coached. Bill was a co-organizer of the first minor soccer league in Winnipeg. Gerry, Bill and Allan had a summer cottage on Lake Manitoba at Laurentia Beach where they spent many happy summers in the company of their lifelong friends, Walt and Denise Ritchie, and their family.
Their extended happy hours at "the Lake" are legendary in family circles. Cremation has taken place and a memorial service will be held on Monday November 15 at 3: The service will terminate at the funeral home and will be followed by a reception.
If friends so desire, in lieu of flowers, a donation can be made to the Lung Association of Manitoba, McDermot, or to a charity of their choice.
Richard was predeceased by his wife Margaret in May of after 68 years of marriage. Left to celebrate the lives of two wonderful parents are their daughters Lynda Smith, Fran Bonisteel and Laurie Clark along with her husband Chris. Recipients of a strong moral code, many life lessons and lots of happy memories are the grandchildren: Great-grandson Alexander Richard Nowitski was treasured by Richard.
His nieces and nephew are left with fond memories. Richard had a distinguished career of over 40 years with the Toronto Police Service including being a member of the original Homicide Squad.
The staff provided superb medical care as well as compassion, friendship and kindness. At Richard's request, cremation has taken place and there will be no service. Beloved husband of Dorothy Baggs. Survivor of the H. Valleyfield in May School teacher at Collegiate High School, St. Catharine's and Ancaster High School. Upon retirement, Donald spent his time travelling with Dorothy and spending time with his grandchildren. He will always be remembered for his witty sense of humour, strength and big, warm heart.
He adored his family and will be dearly missed. Many thanks to the staff at Wentworth Heights for their love and care over the past three years. A private family memorial to take place on Wednesday afternoon. If so desired, donations to the Alzheimer Society would be greatly appreciated. Stettler as a Petty Officer.
He served his Lord as a member of St. Martin worked for Fitzimmons Fruit Co. During this time he earned his R. Martin worked for Canada Post from until his retirement in Martin's second marriage to Shirleyann Lisenchuk took place in Thunder Bay in and he welcomed Bambi-Lynn and Cindy into his family.
Shirley predeceased him in Martin was a dedicated member of Knox United Church, Shuniah Street, serving as secretary and singing in the choir. Martin began performing as a magician while still a student in High School. He used his wit and humour to entertain the troops during WWII.
Martin sang all his life, starting as a boy soprano in his home Church choir in Hamilton. He enjoyed his friends at the Rainy River Seniors Depot. The family would like to thank the Doctors, staff and volunteers of Rainy River Hospital for their care and support.
Martin was a dearly loved father and husband and was devoted to his family. He will be greatly missed by his family and all who encountered his humour and strength of spirit.
Brother, Bernard Grinstead, Langley, B. Jean, Thunder Bay, On. Funeral services were held on Thursday, June 23, at 2 p. Boniface until war's end. His career in the lumber business began with H. In Bill and Maureen married and moved to the Toronto area where they lived for 25 years and where he successfully ran his wholesale lumber business.
He enjoyed life immensely in Toronto, made many lasting friendships and would be proud to say he attended the Maple Leaf's winning game in the Stanley Cup of ! Upon retirement he and Maureen returned to West Vancouver, built a home overlooking the ocean, travelled extensively and circumnavigated Vancouver Island twice on their yacht Temeraire V.
A lifelong passion for walking, exploring the world and engaging with the people around him, Bill was also always drawn to the water; summer jobs with BC steamships, his years in the Navy, cottage "Eventually" on Lake Joseph, Muskoka, their return to West Vancouver and many seasons on their Grand Banks trawlers.
A private family memorial will be held. He leaves to mourn his loving wife, Vera, who shared his life for 63 years. Bill served in the Royal Canadian Navy He was one of a small number of crew who survived the sinking of the HMCS Valleyfield, which was torpedoed May while returning to Newfoundland from convoy duty on the North Atlantic.
Including leave of absence for war service, he worked for the British Columbia Coastal Marine, a Division of the Canadian Pacific Railway, for 45 years. At retirement Bill was the company accountant. In the early s, Bill and his uncle H. Fletcher were part of the group of fisherman who got together to construct one boathouse on Clover Point to replace many individual boathouses that had been destroyed in a fierce storm.
Bill and his friend Ernie Dyer shingled the roof of the new boathouse. For many years, Bill was the secretary of the Clover Point Anglers Association, which was created to operate the boathouse. He was awarded an Honorary Life Membership in the Association. We wish to give special thanks to the ambulance paramedics and the emergency staff of the Royal Jubilee Hospital. William's wishes were to be cremated. The Times Colonist 04 Dec Bill was one of a small number of survivors and after recuperating joined HMCS Moncton on patrol off the Pacific coast.
He was discharge after VJ Day He was a member of Legion Branch 7 Britannia, Victoria for 65 years. Bill passed away in Andy was predeceased by his beloved wife, Dorothy and brothers Neil and Ross. After the war, Andy joined his father and brother in Holmes Appliances.
At the age of 44, with his wife and 3 small children, he courageously opened Culligan Water Conditioning and developed the water treatment industry in Southern Alberta. He loved his yearly west coast fishing trips as well as to many other local fishing holes. Throughout his illness, Andy always kept his sense of humour and his love of people. The family wishes to thank the staff at St. Ed was born and raised in Yorkton, SK. He participated in the battle of the Atlantic and the D-Day invasion.
Ed was employed by CN Telecommunications for 39 years. He started his career as a lineman and at retirement he was employed as the Manager of Plant Maintenance Western Region. He was particularly proud of being a founding member of the Westridge Community Club. Ed loved his seven grandchildren and spent many cherished times with them. Most notably, pulling them in the wagons he lovingly constructed for them, building sand castles at Grand Beach, and roasting marshmallows around an open fire, while looking for the next encounter with chippie'.
Ed loved to spend the summer with Anne and the kids in their summer trailer, with numerous trips to western Canada and the United States. After retirement, Ed and Anne spent part of every winter in the southern United States or the Caribbean. In his spare time, he loved to garden and putter in his yard.
The family would like to express their thanks to numerous friends for their assistance over the last few weeks. Thanks also to the Poseidon staff for their care and attention. A celebration of Ed's life will be held on Friday, February 3, at Gordon - Passed away peacefully at home on September 4, , overlooking his beloved Evening Cove with his daughter Jennifer by his side.
Much loved husband of the late Margaret White , who predeceased him in Gordon was born in Calgary, Alberta on April 21, and was raised there with his brother Jack. They were married in Toronto on June 14, and moved to Edmonton after they were both discharged from the service. In , Gordon graduated from the University of Alberta with a B. Sc in Petroleum Engineering. He and Margaret then settled in Calgary, where they raised their four daughters.
Gordon was a founding member of the oil and gas community and never lost his passion for this industry. He was well-respected for his honesty and professional standards.
His handshake was his word. In , Gordon and Margaret retired to their dream home in Ladysmith, BC, where they spent many happy years. An excellent athlete, Gordon was an avid skier and golfer and fan of the Calgary Stampeders and Calgary Flames. His only brother, Jack, predeceased him in In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, Chemainus United Church or a charity of your choice.
He was on board the Canadian frigate Valleyfield, sunk in the North Atlantic while on convoy duty. Lieutenant Irvine did not belong to Valleyfield crew but had been called aboard her at sea on an errand of mercy.
He received his first official sea appointment to the corvette H. Halifax less than a month ago and on the return trip from the United Kingdom he had been called to the Canadian corvette Giffard to attend the commanding officer, Lt. Charles Petersen, of Victoria. He was about to return to his own shp when a rush call came from the Valleyfield saying that a man was critically ill and asking if the doctor could be spared. Irvine went across to the frigate in a seaboat and was with his patient in the sick bay when the ship was sunk.
Earl was the eldest of three boys. Harley, his middle brother passed away in , and Doug, his youngest brother, lives in Edmonton, Alberta. When Earl was an infant, his family immigrated to Canada, eventually settling in Emo, Ontario. He spent his childhood years in Emo, where his Dad, Tom was the local barber and his mother, Maude was a school teacher. Earl left High School in to join the Canadian Navy. Earl was a torpedo man. At the end of the war, Earl headed home to marry his childhood sweetheart, Millie Hunter in Sept.
Soon after, they moved to Winnipeg, Manitoba where Earl found a career as a fireman. Son Rod was born in and a year later, daughter Lynne was born. In Earl and Millie welcomed a third child, Jeanne, into the family. During his family rearing years, Earl enjoyed camping, riding motorcycles and waterskiing. He loved the outdoors and spending those times with dear friends and family. Earl especially loved the time spent with his two brothers, Harley and Doug Jobb.
Earl retired from Sears in and moved to Redding, California to be near daughter Lynne's family and the beautiful lakes in Northern California. Earl and Millie loved to sit on their deck and look out at Mt. They spent many weeks traveling in their motor home and wintered several years with other snowbirds in Arizona.
They took several trips to Europe to visit Jeanne and her family. In at age 70, Earl was hit by a drunk driver as he and Millie were taking an evening stroll in their neighborhood. His injuries were extensive and doctors did not expect him to survive.
Earl was in intensive care for 6 weeks and spent another 6 weeks in rehab. Doctors called him the million-dollar- miracle-man. Earl had a strong will to live. After lots of physical therapy and determination, he was able to function independently.
Earl is survived by: Rod, Lynne, Jeanne, grandchildren: Jack, Robbie, and Mae. A celebration of life will be held on Aug. Earl requested that he be cremated. Earl and Millie's ashes will be scattered at a later date in the Northern California area he loved so much.
He always had smile on his face and never knew a stranger. He left an indelible mark on all his friends and family. We love you and will miss you. Born in Sault Ste. Also survived by sister-in-law, Dorothy Shaver, of Vancouver and many nieces and nephews.
Thomas and the last 25 years at the Kitchener Waterloo Record. A memorial service will be held in the chapel of Canterbury Gardens, Sherbrooke St. A private service of interment will take place at Parkview Cemetery in Waterloo at a later date. If so desired, in lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. He was predeceased by his wife Viola in August of We would like to thank Tudor House for the great care they gave our dad.
Thank you to Lillian Morriseau for always being a great friend and caregiver to our dad. Thank you to Clifford Johnson for being a great friend to dad. Thank you to Bud Oliver for taking dad to church on Sundays. A very special thank you for our sister Lucy and Andy for looking after dad's affairs. A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, November 4, at 4: We're sure George dad will be welcomed by many family members and former comrades that went before him.
Gilbart Funeral Home, Selkirk in care of arrangements. Survived by two bros, 1 sis and seven grandkids. Harvey C2RP4 will be missed by his shipmates, family, friends, and volunteer partners. He loved to travel with Anna and take long walks. A Celebration of life for Harvey will be held on Wednesday June 4, at 1: Donations can be made in his memory to Vancouver Island Military Museum in Nanaimo, one of his last joys.
Predeceased by his wife Beverley, he is survived by his daughter Margaret, son Bruce, his grandsons Robert, Michael, David, and their mother, Brenda. At war's end, all four sons returned to their relieved parents. After 25 years in the RCN, Bob was retired.
He soon realized that working on the water was better than the land; back to school, where he qualified as Master of a 'Home-Trade' Steamship.
For twenty years, he worked for the Department of Transport, operating within Esquimalt Harbour as Master of tugboats, fireboats, and his favourite, the YFPs. He became an avid golfer, and soon felt competent to join the left-handed amateur tour. Following his wishes, his ashes, and Beverley's, will be sprinkled at sea. He served in the Royal Canadian Navy R. Andy met Zina in Vancouver after the war, they married and raised their family here. Andy worked for many years for Lafarge Cement. Funeral Service will be held Friday, August 23 at Burial at Ocean View, Imperial St.
Reception to follow at W. The Vancouver Sun 21 Aug Dearly loved husband of the late Velvia Killoran ne Robinson Loving father-in-law of Larry Whittle and his children, Gregg and Jessica and his three grandchildren; Predeceased by his parents, William Killoran and his wife, Ethel Killoran nee Arguin Upon graduating from the University of Toronto as a Mechanical Engineer in , he joined Acres Consulting Services and spent 31 years primarily in the design of hydro-electric power generating stations.
He then joined the World Bank in Washington, D. In he retired to Balmy Beach Road and as a consulting Engineer carried out short term assignments in Africa and India until He was a member of St. A serious hip injury in forced him to move into Lee Manor.
The family would like to express their thanks to the excellent staff on 2 North in Lee Manor these past 8 years, the ladies from Creative Care Solutions who spent time with Clare for the past 2 years since his stroke and to George Rudolph, a true friend.
Friends may call at the Brian E. Interment will be adjacent to his wife in St. Upon completion of the Mass, eulogies and lunch will be in St. If so desired, the family would appreciate donations to St. He was predeceased by his younger sister, Alice MacFarlane ; infant son, Alan, and grandson, Michael. After the war, he managed Rockwell's Hardware Store in Kentville.
He later joined the RCAF and had a very successful 27 year career as a communications technician. Always driven to improve his surroundings and those of his neighbours, Doug oversaw the revitalization of the village of Kinkora's infrastructure by instigating and overseeing a major upgrading of the sewer system.
Their research and development 30 years ago is having a direct influence on the Prince Edward Island government's renewed interest in an ethanol production program. Doug and Elaine moved to Berwick in to be near their family and again developed close ties to the community. Doug was a member of the Berwick Lions Club for a number of years and sold real estate out of the office of Joan Balcolm Realty.
He may be best remembered as the guy who took your money at the Christ Church dinners for many years. The family wishes to thank the following, but not exclusively, for the kindness and support they gave Doug during his heroic battle with cancer: John MacEachern, Berwick; Dr.
A private family interment has been held in Berwick Cemetery. Joe worked for C. After his retirement from C. Joe worked first in Vancouver and then in Calgary until his retirement in To say that Joe was a character is an understatement.
Everyone he has known or touched has a "Joe" story. Please join us for a Celebration of his life on Saturday, December 11, at 3: Joe added richly to the tapestry of our lives, he will be remembered. Harmony Funeral Services on care of arrangements. The Edmonton Journal 05 Nov He was predeceased by our Mom Muriel and our brother Edmond. Family meant everything to Dad. Dad's greatest joy in the last few years came from his 10 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren.
A proud veteran, Dad served on the frigate H. We all love you and miss you Dad. Prayers will be held on Wednesday October 24, at 7: Mass of Christian Burial will follow on Thursday October 25, at As a proud veteran, Dad for many years sold poppies and in lieu of flowers, please consider contributing to the Poppy fund where all the funds go directly to Veterans in need.
In lieu of flowers, we are grateful for donations to a charity of your choice. The Toronto Star 26 Dec Frank was a quiet, gentle and loving man, who always put family first. He enjoyed long drives along the Northumberland shore with his beloved wife of 65 years, Yollanda Cormier. In addition to his wife, he is survived by his two daughters: He was especially proud of his grandchildren: He loved being with his great-granddaughters: He is also survived by a brother, Raymond LeClair Cathy of Dieppe as well as many nieces and nephews.
He was greatly saddened by the death of his grandson, David as well as his sisters and brothers: Prior to his retirement, he was a dispatcher for 35 years with Canada Post. A reception at the Frenette Funeral Centre will be held after the mass. Veterans of the Royal Canadian Legion will hold a service of remembrance at 1: Thursday at the funeral centre. George Street, Moncton, on Thursday, January 31, at 3 p.
Edward will be missed by his wife Helen nee Sawchuk , his children Clifford and partner , daughter Karina and husband , grandchildren Scarlett and Dustin, his brother Frank Ledwos and wife Helen and everyone in his extended family. He was born in Selkirk on November 18, He grew up in Selkirk and worked at the Manitoba Rolling Mills.
Edward was a dedicated employee for well over 40 years, retiring in In addition to working at the Rolling Mills, Edward and his wife Helen owned various residential and commercial properties, which he worked hard at fixing and maintaining.
He returned to Selkirk following the war and married Helen on October 30, Edward and Helen were blessed with two wonderful children, son Cliff and daughter Karina. He was a proud and dedicated father who loved his children very much. He also took great joy in his two grandchildren Scarlett and Dustin, who always brought a smile to his face.
In his spare time Edward was an avid reader. He particularly loved reading autobiographies and books about the Second World War, history and Canadian politics. His knowledge of these topics was incredible. Edward also enjoyed watching films, hunting, fishing and regular catch ups with friends at McDonalds for coffee and conversation. In , Edward and Helen got their much-loved dog, Phoebe, who was a beloved friend and companion to Edward and Helen until her passing in His most memorable accomplishment was being part of the Shearwater Flyers Football Team and quarterbacking their National Championship victory in November He was proud to meet up with his lifelong friends and teammates as they were inducted into the Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame in , and into the Canadian Forces Sports Hall of Fame in He made Osoyoos, B.
He was an avid golfer, photographer, collector of antiques and ad an eclectic taste for art and music. Close friends will remember his dry sense of humour, philosophic outlook, and knew better NOT to call him when the Seattle Seahawks were playing! He was predeceased by his sister, Gale and nephews, Frank and Michael. The family would like to thank his neighbours and special friends who selflessly assisted our father in recent years.
At his request, no service. We invite you to post your memories online for family and friends to read. Many thanks to his close relatives Elaine and Tom, Irene and Fred, Dave and Sheila for the help and care they gave to John throughout the last years of his life. John was an avid curler well into his retirement years. He enjoyed spending time with his many grandchildren, nieces, and nephews. He always had a funny story and a new skill to teach them. Hignell, the staff and many friends at Mountainview Village in Kelowna, and Brookhaven Care Centre in West Kelowna who made his final days comfortable.
Interment will be on August 17, at 1: In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. The Leader-Post 25 Jul