As a boy, Al enjoyed sports and spending time with family and friends — especially summers at a cottage in White Rock. As a young man he worked at the Vancouver Stock Exchange and enjoyed skiing in his spare time. Later in life he enjoyed golf, bridge, curling and all types of social activities. They enjoyed their experiences meeting new people and discovering new places.
Lois often boasted of how quickly she could pack up a house and move the family. Al retired in after 25 years of service, and they chose Red Deer, Alberta as their home. He recently moved back to the West Coast, a place he truly loved. He settled in Duncan, on Vancouver Island near his daughter Lori. He served in the Gulf War, and received the Kuwait Medal.
Darryl also took part in the Swiss Air rescue effort off the coast of Nova Scotia. He was a leader with the local Beavers Club. Darryl was a friend to so many, and will be sadly missed by all those who knew him.
Interment will be at sea at a later date. No flowers by request, memorial donations may be made to the Kidney Foundation, the M. Society, or to the Diabetic Association. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of the Dana L.
Sweeny Funeral Home, Hwy. After completing a Bachelor of Arts Degree in at the University of Toronto and at Ottawa University, Frank found employment in sales with several companies. On May 21, , Frank enrolled in the R.
After completing his training, Frank served in the English Channel until January 16, Frank was remembered as a kind officer who always thought of his men first. Amyot was a good commander, in all ways. Frank Amyot was a great guy; we would have done anything for him. We all volunteered to a man to serve on M. Lieutenant Amyot said we would remain as a crew and that we would take Q with us and fuel at sea if necessary. The Captain informed us that there was no need to rush forward to be first to volunteer; both he and the First Lieutenant had already signed at the top of the list.
In spite of all the excitement nothing more was heard of the M. He served as a reservist with H. Carleton and obtained the rank of Lieutenant-Commander. On November 21, Frank Amyot died suddenly in Ottawa at fifty-seven years of age. Don is survived by his wife, Helen Read and their five children: He was also predeceased by his only brother, Stewart M.
He is also survived by his sister-in-law, Joyce E. Anderson and her children, Stewart Anderson and Ruth Megannety. Don was educated in the Halifax school system and Dalhousie University.
While at Dalhousie, Don received Varsity Letters for basketball, rugby and badminton and he also played inter-faculty hockey. Two days after finishing his law exams in May , he went on active service as an officer in Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. John's, and Staten Island, NY. Don took his ship's lifeboat to rescue and capture a number of the U-Boat crew.
Following his wartime service, Don spent two years in Sydney, Cape Breton in association with his uncle W. Macdonald in the shipping and coal mining businesses. When he returned to Halifax, Don established his own law office and also Elland Agencies, a firm engaged in importing, marine and general insurance brokerage, and marine insurance adjusting and settling claims for German and Japanese marine insurance companies.
After he retired from practicing law, Don worked full-time as an "independent investor", researching and analyzing the stock market. Until his mids, he jogged, lifted weights and swam regularly at Dalplex in his spare time. At home, he was an armchair athlete watching hockey, basketball, football, and baseball.
He loved spending time with his family and particularly enjoyed his visits with his grandchildren. Donations in lieu of flowers can be made to a charity of your choice. Injured during the war, he was discharged medically unfit. He was involved in Wallaceburg Minor Hockey for over 25 years.
An avid antique boater, he was on the founding committee for Wambo. Bill was a member of Branch 18 of the Canadian Legion. An original member of the Sydenham Curling Club, he had the distinction of being on a team that scored the almost impossible, 8 Ender. Moe is survived by his soul mate Mary after 42 years of marriage. He was a kind and generous man who loved his family and made everyone he met feel like family.
He was a proud member of the Royal Canadian Navy from to We would like to thank our many friends, especially Fred and Joyce Kirke. A special thanks to Dr. Elizabeth Swiggum and her wonderful staff who blessed us with many more years with Moe. My love, my life, my Moe. Till we meet again. Celebration of Moe's life will be held from 1: Viewing will be held at Care Funeral at Wilfert Road.
Dumont Hospital following a lengthy illness. Gerry was the son of the late Aubin and Marguerite Duplessis Arsenault. Besides his parents, Gerry was predeceased by his sisters, Doris and Irene; and by his brother, Harvey.
There will be no visitation at the funeral home. The funeral mass will be held at St. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Frenette Funeral Home Ltd. Donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of N. Dumont Hospital Foundation Oncology Dept. He subsequently saw service in destroyers in the Mediterranean, specialized in gunnery, and, from to , was Gunnery Officer-in-Charge in the RN Barracks at Chatham.
He remained in the ship until May , when he was appointed to an administrative post in the Halifax dockyard. He retired from the RCN in July, , in the rank of captain, and shortly after, as a civilian, was appointed Armament Supply Officer in the dockyard. He retired from the Civil Service in Surviving him are a daughter, Mrs. He was a member of St.
He served on several ships during the battle of the Atlantic. He was a past founding member of Cheticamp development Association and an active member of Cheticamp AA. Maurice Doucet , Cheticamp; sister, Florence Mrs. Cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be offered today Tuesday at 10 a.
Interment in the parish cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Cheticamp Funeral Services Ltd. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. He retired from teaching at Thames Secondary School in Interment Mount Pleasant Cemetery.
Andrew's United Church would be gratefully acknowledged. In his early years he was a sword fisherman fishing out of Ingonish. He later became a welder working for various companies, the last of which was the Rowan Company on the Oil Rigs off Sable Island, up until his retirement in He will be sadly missed by his special dog Wednesday.
His remains are resting in C. Boudreau Funeral Home in Arichat, with visitation today and Thursday from and p. Memorial donations may be made to a charity of one's choice. Beard was Coalition member for Esquimalt in the British Columbia Legislature at the time of his death.
He was serving his second term. In he returned to the U. In February , he came back to Canada and was appointed in command of the destroyer "Champlain.
In , he was appointed commanding officer of "Naden" for the second time, holding in addition, the appointment of Commander of the Dockyard. Beard retired on pension in April but re-entered the Service on the outbreak of the Second World War.