Sudbury Branch News
We believe that RWTO/OERO Is an organization which meets the needs of retired women teachers. We welcome you to join us at our events.
For more information, contact President for the year 2018-2019:
Hénédine Weiman: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Meet Our New RWTO-OERO Executive
For The Year 2017-2018
( middle row) Louise,Goodwill/ Contact; Jocelyn, Insurance
Laurianne,2nd Vice-President / Newsletter; Suzanne, Past President, absent, Jeannine, Lifetime member
If you are interested in joining our local group in Sudbury, please contact:
First Luncheon of the New Year
On Tuesday October 16, 2018, the Sudbury Branch, Area 10, hosted their first luncheon meeting of the new year, 2018-2019 at the Lexington Hotel, Brady Street, Sudbury.
Forty-two (42) members and guests enjoyed the social interaction, the stimulating guest speaker , the friendship and the delicious buffet lunch. We were honoured by the presence of Sharron Colter, our Provincial president of RWTO-OERO. She is seen here with our Sudbury District local President, Hénédine Weiman .
Sharron Colter presided over the installation of the newly elected Executive for the year 2018-2019.
Sharron presented RWTO-OERO affiliation pins to two new members: Jeannine Longe and Anne Robert.
Our guest speaker Josée Miljours is thrilled to be reconnected with two of her former teachers Georgette and Louise.Our guest speaker, Josée Miljours, Sudbury Regional Elder Abuse Consultant, was an excellent spokesperson for the topic of Elder Abuse. She made us aware of the seriousness of this problem and suggested ways to restore respect and love for our Seniors.
Valentine’s Day Celebration
On February 13, 2018, Area 10, Sudbury Branch, celebrated Valentine Day by having a luncheon meeting at the Lexington Hotel, on Brady Street. It was a feast to the eyes to look upon the 38 members and guests wearing the energizing colour Red. It set the mood to a lively and happy afternoon of celebration, good food, a fantastic guest and special recognitions.
Valentines Day Luncheon 2019
The members of the RWTO-OERO Sudbury Branch , Area 10, celebrated Valentine’s Day luncheon -meeting on Thursday , February 14, 2019. Salon C at the Lexington Hotel in Sudbury was appropriately decorated for the occasion: red candy hearts, chocolate cookies, heart-shaped chocolates in bright red foil wrappers in mini muffin cups , red heart design napkins with matching paper plates and bright heart mobiles on each table.
The room glowed with 38 happy and chatty members ,most of whom wore red.
Our guests at this event was the Sudbury Rising Stars .They are a group of volunteers ,both men and women, who entertain and informs their audience through mini plays and songs .
The topics are always current and appropriate for the intending audience .
Christmas Celebration 2018
On December 18, 2018, eight members of RWTO-OERO ,Sudbury District ,Area 10, gathered at the Apollo Restaurant on the Kingsway Blvd. to celebrate the Christmas season. It was a convivial, friendly gathering that everybody enjoyed. Thank you Rosemarie for organizing the event. May we have many more.
Christmas Luncheon-Meeting November 29, 2018
On November 29, 2018, 42 members and guests of the RWTO-OERO Sudbury Branch, Area 10, gathered for the annual FUN and FARE CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON .Seven tables at the Lexington Hotel, Brady Street, were elegantly decorated with various Christmas ornaments . We appreciated the talent and effort shown by Lorraine Blais.
The ladies enjoyed the three games organized before the luncheon. As a bonus, prizes were awarded. Fun Bingo. It’s mine, no, it’s mine. A very colourful crossword puzzle.
Door prizes were awarded. Laurianne loves her chocolates. Nancy is happy with her box of chocolates.
Matthew Kallio is thanked by Rosemarie. He provided a gentle medley of Christmas songs during our luncheon. Friends and members sporting RED for the occasion.Gorgeous ! The local association of RWTO-OERO was very generous this year by supporting one of many non-profit charities in Sudbury. A cheque of $550.00 was presented to ” Enfants NEO Kids’ , thanks to the largesse of our members and friends .
A good time was had by all.
First Luncheon of the Year
On Tuesday October 16, 2018, the Sudbury Branch, Area 10, hosted their first luncheon meeting of the new year, 2018-2019 at the Lexington Hotel, Brady Street, Sudbury.
Forty-two (42 )members and guests enjoyed the social interaction, the stimulating guest speaker , the friendship and the delicious buffet lunch.
We were honoured by the presence of Sharron Colter, our Provincial president of RWTO-OERO. She is seen here with our Sudbury District local President, Hénédine Weiman .
Sharron Colter presided over the installation of the newly elected Executive for the year 2018-2019. Sharron presented RWTO-OERO affiliation pins to two new members: Jeannine Longe and Anne Robert.Our guest speaker Josée Miljours is thrilled to be reconnected with two of her former teachers Georgette and Louise.Our guest speaker, Josée Miljours, Sudbury Regional Elder Abuse Consultant, was an excellent spokesperson for the topic of Elder Abuse. She made us aware of the seriousness of this problem and suggested ways to restore respect and love for our Seniors.
Celebrating The First Day Back At School
We, in Sudbury, celebrated the first day back at school, September 4th, with a lunch with members and friends at the Caruso Club’s Enrico Restaurant. It was DELICIOUS!
Happy faces from Everyone. Such freedom and JOIE de VIVRE on such a day.
Presentation of the Gavel and the Past President Pin
On the Left:
Erna Fex , the Past President of RWTO-OERO, Area 10, District of Sudbury, is passing the Presidential gavel to Hénédine Weiman, the new President for the year 2018-2019.
On the Right:
Suzanne Rondeau,is presenting a Past-President pin to Erna Fex for the year 2017-2018.
Golf Tournament June 2018
We celebrated The 11 th RWTO-OERO Golf Tournament at Twin Stacks Golf Club in Coniston ON on Tuesday, June 19′ 2018. Wonderful day full of sunshine and camaraderie. Good turn out for the 11th RWTO-OERO Golf Tournament at Twin Stacks Golf Club .A delicious buffet lunch and refreshments awaited the participants.
May Luncheon 2018
Jeannine Renaud welcomes guests and members as they arrive for the last luncheon meeting on Tuesday, May, 29, 2018 at the Lexington Hotel, Sudbury, Ontario.
Members and friends are enjoying a delicious buffet served by the famous cooks and chef of The Lexington .
Guests At The Luncheon
On the left: Hemeon , the Provincial Insurance Convenor, was a fountain of wisdom concerning the RWTO-OERO Manulife Insurance . The Q&A at the end of the presentation proved to be quite enlightening.
On the right: We were happy to welcome Lois Lockart, the Provicial President of RWTO-OERO .
Her message of hope and togetherness was inspiring and motivational.
We had a short Memorial Service during the meeting for Katie Christakos who passed away on April 19, 2018 and for Isabel Grant who deceased in 2017, at the age of 102.
Donna and Suzanne were reminded of the following saying : ” A teacher is like a candle that burns to light the world of others. ”
Collection of wisdom, experience, maturity, energy, astuteness, intelligent ,knowledge and love
We recognize, Lila, Dorothy and Lillian, our 90’s Club.
On the left: Erna Fex becomes Past President and Archivist
On the right: Suzanne is President of the Elections for the coming year of 2018-2019
We do not have full roster yet, unfortunately, but we’re very hopeful .
Valentine’s Day Luncheon 2018
At the RWTO-OERO Valentine Day luncheon meeting on February 13, 2018, three worthy members of our local Sudbury Branch, were presented with their bilingual Past President PIn .
What a proud moment for this coveted recognition.
The honoured ladies are Valma and Suzanne and Jeannine . They served their Organization for many years with pride and competency.
Nancy (on the left) was the lucky winner of a bouquet of flowers given as a door prize at the Valentine’s Day Luncheon meeting.Congratulations .Suzanne (on the right)won the second door prize given at the Luncheon Meeting .Chocolates. Remember our motto : Sharing and Caring ?
We are adding one more member to our 90’s Club this year.Our very dear Lila Stokes has joined the 90 ‘s Club this year by celebrating her recent birthday in 2017.The Goodwill Committee, Louise and Lorraine, offer her a bouquet of flowers for the occasion.
Heather Green-Oliver, seen here in the middle between Suzanne and Hénédine, was our guest speaker at our Valentine Day Luncheon . Heather is a New Media Reporter for Northern Life , our community newspaper. She spearheads a movement called ” Acts of Kindness “, in Sudbury.
She screens submissions and finds sponsors to reward kind acts or help generously their fellow Sudburians in need. She has found that kindness is contagious. It’s one of the first rule you learn in Kindergarten.
Suzanne,on the left and Laurianne on the right congratulate Heather Green-Oliver for her great endeavour that is creating awareness of Acts of Kindness in the community.
Heather Green-Oliver was a guest speaker at the Valentine Day RWTO-OERO luncheon on February 13, 2018, at the Lexington Hotel in Sudbury.
Rosemarie Hall, a member of our local RWTO-OERO , was inspired by our guest speaker Heather Green-Oliver on the topic of Acts of Kindness .Enjoy the following poem that she wrote.
An Act of Kindness
An Act of Kindness would go a long way,
Not only done on special occasions
Such as Valentine’s Day.
Saying a kind word or doing a kind deed,
Is always something that’s in need !
So go ahead and give a smile,
I say it’s always worthwhile.
Christmas Luncheon 2017
It’s the most wonderful time of the year 🎶🎶
On Thursday, November 30, 2017, RWTO-OERO , the Subury Branch , Area 10, hosted a Christmas luncheon . It was great success. Fifty six members and guests attended the annual festive season event. We enjoyed:
1-a coffee clatch with friends
2- had a chance to buy baked good to profit a local organization
3- were treated to a gourmet buffet
4- were entertained by two exceptional and accomplished musicians from our very own Sudbury Symphony Orchestra
5- played a fun bingo game 6- had a chance to win a fantastic door prize.
Enjoy the following photos. They will recall the happy mood of the event.
A variety of baked good were on sale to profit the Parkinson’s Society in Sudbury.
Claire and husband Chris are manning the table as Laurianne is ready to buy.
Coffee Clatch with Denise, Ellenor, Dolores and Erna.
A table of happy ladies enjoying the Christmas luncheon on Nov, 30, 2017.
We have a happy winner at the Bingo Game . Hénédine and Marie-Paule congratulate Ellenor.
Erna presents the fantastic door prize to Jeannine Michel.
We were entertained by two members of the Sudbury Symphony Orchestra.
Thank you Peter and Yu Young . Congratulating the duet are Laurianne and Valma.( middle)
Peter McGillivray is a Professional Award-Winning operatic Baritone, operating a Voice Studio in the Greater Sudbury Region. Yu Young Park is a professional pianist with the Sudbury Symphony Orchestra . We were truly awed by their performance of seasonal Christmas music.
On the day of her 90th birthday in October, Jeannine Maurice, (in pink) celebrated with friends and members of her RWTO-OERO organization, in Sudbury.
Fall Luncheon 2017
Sudbury Branch, Area 10 RWTO-OERO members had their Fall luncheon meeting at the Lexington Hotel on Brady Street, on September 28, 2017. Our guest speaker, Jessica Bertuzzi-Gallo , representing our local Alzheimer’s Society, spoke eloquently about the signs and onset of Alzheimer’s Disease.
Célébrating Canada’s 150th Birthday
Last year, at the May luncheon meeting ,2016, all members received three Canada150 Tulips. Their mission was to bring one each at the May 18, luncheon meeting in 2017 . The result was disappointing because of the cold and wet spring . Fortunately, the tulips grew and grew and became magnificent later on in the month.
Cora Bailey Awards 2017
Our 10th annual RWTO-OERO GOLF TOURNAMENT was a happy and successful event. Twenty-six (26 )members and friends attended the ” golf and lunch” at the Twin Stacks Golf Course and the Colonial Inn .
Celebrating 150 Years
Forty ladies, members and friends, from our local RWTO-OERO braved the cold weather to come and celebrate our Holiday Festivities on Dec. 8, 2016, at the Lexington Hotel, Sudbury.
We are pleased to introduce Denise, our guest at the luncheon, with Louise and Laurianne.
Always a thrill to welcome a mother-daughter, members of RWTO-OERO team.
Dolores is presenting a poinsettia plant to Dorothy, who is in our 90’s club. Bravo!!
The musical group “Northern Echos” lead by Jocelyn McInnes, harmoniously sang seasonal songs to entertain us in the afternoon.
Members are seen at this table enjoying a “musical gift” game.
Complementary Christmas fruit cake and cookies were available at the coffee-tea table.
Hénédine Weiman and Dolores Doucet are enjoying a tasty treat before the luncheon.
Our new member Rosemarie is explaining the rules of our “gift game”. It was fun.
A “Guess the Christmas Carol” game during the celebration, on Dec. 8th, 2016.
“Guess the Christmas Carol” game before lunch.
You have contributed greatly in making our October 4th RWTO-OERO luncheon-meeting a success. Your presentation dealing with Parkinson’s Disease was very enlightening. Thanks to you. The Parkinson’s Support Group Centre in Sudbury is such a valuable, welcoming and healing place to visit.
Laurianne Valiquette Communications Convenor, RWTO-OERO
Jeannine Maurice, a member of RWTO-OERO since 1984, is enjoying her new room at Pioneer Manor. The bouquet was graciously giving to her by Louise Sutcliffe, Goodwill Committee.
Celebrating the RWTO/OERO 60th Anniversary
Gloria Packard, seen here with the bouquet of flowers, graciously donated to our organization a photo album of treasured pictures that she photographed at the celebration of RWTO-OERO’s 60th Anniversary, on May 17, 2016.
Two members, Laurianne Valiquette and Louise Sutcliffe, gratefully accepted the archival book.
The members enjoyed singing this oldie melody to new appropriate lyrics, adapted by Louise Sutcliffe. It added a wonderful musical note to our 60th RWTO-OERO Celebration.
Try it, you’ll like it.
Lillian Wahamaa is our latest inductee in our RWTO-OERO 90’s Club in Sudbury ON. Congratulations and many good years to come.
Dorothy Lawrence,(seated) Jeannine Renaud and Louise Sutcliffe, enjoying the 60th RWTO/OERO Celebrations.
Mother’s and Daughters
Our branch, Sudbury, Area 10, is blessed that we have two Mother/daughter members.
Pictured above is Dorothy Lawrence and her daughter Sharon Urquhart.
May I present mother Rita Zubac and her daughter Zandra Zubac.
1954 Boarding at The Colonial Inn, Coniston, ON
When Laurianne asked me to present some information on the Colonial Inn in Coniston I really wondered what I could remember. That is 62 years ago since I stayed there when I was teaching in Coniston at the Public School. I lived there for two years. There were a number of teachers living there at the time. There were two of us from the Public Board and six or seven from the Separate Board. We all had a fairly big room with large closets – almost walk in.
There were High School teachers there also. Other Inco people and retired people also lived there.there were hardwood floors throughout the building. Mr. And Mrs. Caverson were the caretakers cooks and general caretakers of the building. Mrs. Caver son was a great cook and provided the meals for the day which were varied and excellent.
We had an appointed table and chair where we were to sit. We ladies shared a bathroom which consisted of two toilets, three sinks and two tubs , no showers – they were downstairs someplace. There was a Separate classroom in the building – I believe it was a grade one class.
My room was quite comfortable, however, sometimes in the winter it would be rather chilly and being at the end of the hall I guess the heat ran out before it got to me especially when it was windy. I did have a small heater which I could use.
We had Christmas get togethers – not parties in some of our rooms where we shared Christmases past and other topics and maybe what we were doing f or our Christmas Concerts. That was always exciting. Our children sure miss out on that nowadays.
The building was built in 1918 by Inco and used as a boarding house. Many town offices were also housed there It was converted to Colonial Inn in 1976. Ron and Stella Legault purchased the landmark building and business in 1979. Today it operates as an apartment building, busy restaurant and bar and catering service. Many public and private celebrations are held there in the spacious Banquet Room. You can go on line and see some pictures of the building and the Banquet Rooms.
9th Annual Golf Tournament
Meet the Happy Gang.
The members and guests at our 9th annual Golf Tournament had. Great time on the golf course and at the luncheon afterwards.
June Golf Tournament
FUN IN THE SUN
RWTO-OERO 9 th Annual Golf Tournament
Tuesday,June 14, 2016
Twin Stacks Golf Course, Sudbury, ON
Golf walk, $16.00-Golf carts, $16.00- Best Ball Contest
Lunch at 12:30 p.m. at Colonial Inn, Coniston
Not a golfer? Then please join us for lunch only.
Please contact Laurianne at 705-566-1443 for further information
by Erna da Burger Fex
While they were growing up my two older daughters never had a pet. Do I sound mean? Not so! I had a very legitimate reason for no pets in our household. One of the children was very allergic to fur and feathers and many other things too. Her father and I were secretly quite happy about this as neither one of us actually wanted to have any animals in our house. It was enough effort to care for two little girls we felt besides having to worry about a dog or cat’s needs. Whenever we decided to go on a trip we never had to concern ourselves about dog kennels or leaving enough food for the cat.
One night, quite late, our younger daughter became very ill necessitating us taking her to see a doctor near midnight. We called the doctor on call who agreed to meet us at the Clinic. After examining her he decided that she was fine and told us to take her home. His exact comment was, “Little children are like puppies, they need lots of love and affection!” I was furious! My reply, ”My children get lots of love and affection!” I dressed her quickly and we rushed out of that clinic to drive home. I sat up with her the rest of the night. The next morning, I called our family physician who also listened to her chest and admitted her to hospital immediately. This was less than 10 hours later. She was there for 10 days.
The love and affection that childless doctor lavished on his dogs was no comparison in my mind to the nurturing I daily gave to my children.
Later this backfired on me. I had always wanted to have a fur coat. When the time came that I was actually preparing to purchase one, I brought my daughters to Levine’s Ladies’ Wear. When my younger daughter came within 10 feet of the rack of coats she immediately she began to sneeze and cough. The decision was made for me. I never bought one.
Later we were fortunate to have a third daughter. She just loved animals! “Please, please Mommy can I have a pet?” I had her Dad (not me!) explain to her why this could not happen in our house. We finally agreed to her having a tiny baby turtle. That satisfied her for a little while but she soon got bored with it, no surprise to us. This was a very active child and a turtle was just not enough. I’m not sure how she got around us but we agreed to a fluffy white rabbit with the
instructions that it would always remain in its cage outside. One day she went to check on it after school and the rabbit was gone! Where to search? Unfortunately, that rabbit got cold and had climbed under the hood onto the motor of our car where it was warm. You can guess the rest. No more rabbit!
After her older sisters had left the nest we acceded to her request for a hamster. Off to the pet store we went. It took her a long time but finally she chose a cute one. We purchased a cage, food, a wheel for it to run on because these little creatures need exercise of course. In the car on the way home to Lively, didn’t that hamster chew through the cardboard box from the pet store and get loose in the car. Stop the car! All three of us were on our hands and knees searching for that darn little hamster. Dad was not happy! Because of its colour it blended in with the upholstery and it took us a while to find it. Once at home she was instructed to put the little animal in its cage fastening it securely. Hamsters are nocturnal and it ran on that wheel all night long while we tried to sleep. I can still hear it!
Today, that daughter has two cats and a beautiful Burmese Mountain Dog – the size of a small pony. But hey, it’s not my problem and Max is quite docile and friendly. However, with those huge paws of his if he steps on your foot, it hurts!
Other Articles by Erna Fex
- November 2017 ( French)
- November 2017 (English)
- September 2017(English)
- September 2017(French)
- February 2015
- September 2014
- April 2014
- January 2014
Cora Bailey 2018
Congratulations to our two ” Cora Bailey Award” recipients for the year 2018 .
GloryAnn Dore and Henedine Weiman are proud to accept the ” Cora Bailey ” pin and a bouquets of flowers.
- Josie Girolametto
- Laurianne Valiquette.
Cora Bailey Award 2016
We are collecting old glasses, cases and stamps for charity.
Do bring them at every luncheon- meetings.
Sharon Margaret Urquhart (nee Lawrence)
Sharon Margaret Urquhart (nee Lawrence) passed away peacefully surrounded by her family and loved ones at Maison McCulloch Hospice on Monday, January 21, 2019 at the age of 74. Survived by son Lawrence Urquhart (Sudbury), and mother Dorothy Lawrence (Sudbury ). Pre-deceased by husband James Urquhart and sister Krista Paige. Sharon was born and raised in Nova Scotia. She graduated from Acadia University and moved to Sudbury with her husband Jim. She was a long time teacher of Family Studies
and English at Nickel District Secondary School and later Northeastern Secondary School. She was an active member and dedicated Sunday School teacher of St. Andrew United Church in Coniston. Sharon is remembered for her wicked sense of humour, her sense of adventure, world travelling, her love for nature, and her love of books. She was a skilled gardener, weaver, spinner, knitter, and hostess. As well as being a life long learner. Sharon’s collies participated successfully in many Canadian Kennel Club shows. One of the things she was most proud of was completing the El Camino de Santiago pilgrimage walk in Spain. Sharon’s family would like to thank the health care providers, service providers, and friends for their care and kindness as they helped her through her lengthy journey dealing with cancer. Memorial service to take place at St. Andrew United Church, 58 1st Ave, Coniston on Saturday January 26, 2019 at 11 :00 to be followed by reception _ immediately afterwards. As an expression of sympathy, friends who wish may send memorial donations to Coniston Food Bank or St. Andrew’s United Church (Coniston) Memorial Fund Memorial Fund. Arrangements entrusted to JACKSON AND BARNARD FUNERAL HOME
Maurice, Jeannine M. Age: 91
Passed on: Friday, December 21, 2018 Service Provider: Nicholls Funeral Home Passed away peacefully at Pioneer Manor, Sudbury on Friday December 21st, 2018, in her 92nd year. Jeannine Maurice of Sudbury formerly of Lafontaine. Beloved daughter of the late Roland Maurice and Maria Maurice (Ladouceur). Beloved sister of Aline Jessome (the late Jerome), Marielle (Ligouri Laurin), Prima Moreau (the late Bernard) and the late Gilles (Ghisele), Odette Dignard (the late Ray mond) and Marie-Paule (the late Gord Lafreniere). She will be fondly remembered by her many nieces, nephews and great nieces, nephews and her many personal friends and the RWTO. The family will receive friends at Ste. Croix Church, Lafontaine on Saturday, December 29th from 12 Noon until the time of the funeral Mass at 1 p.m. Spring interment at Ste. Croix Cemetery, Lafontaine. If desired, memorial donations to the Hospital for Sick Children Foundation would be appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to the Nicholls Funeral Home, 330 Midland Ave., Midland, ON. L4R 3K7. The family would like to thank all the staff on the Tulip Wing, Pioneer Manor for the exceptional care provided to Jeannine.
Catherine (Katie) Christakos
CHRISTAKOS, Catherine (Katie)(Booth) – 86 years of age, passed away on Thursday April 19th at St. Joseph?s Villa surrounded by family. She was born February 7, 1932, and was a Sudbury resident her entire life with the exception of the year she attended Normal School in 1951. She taught grades 4, 5 and 6 at Landsdowne Public School for 10 years. Catherine was married August 16, 1956 to her husband George. Katie leaves behind her beloved children Donna Harakas (Andy), Jim (Stacey) and Andrew (Kelly) and grandchildren Amanda, John, George, Catherine and Nicholas. Katie was predeceased by her loving husband George and her parents James and Margaret Booth. She was the much loved sister of Peter Booth (Ana), Charlie Booth (Anita) and Philip (Linda). Katie was the loving sister-in-law to Gloria Bazos and Ignatios Voudoukis, and a wonderful aunt to many nieces and nephews. Katie remained in touch with her Normal School colleagues and enjoyed the reunions. She was a member of Beta Sigma Phi sorority for over 60 years. She loved participating in sorority activities and continued to do so as a resident of St. Joseph?s Villa. Katie was a devoted member of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church where she sang in the choir. She had very special friendships with the ladies of the Greek community. In earlier years she was also a member of the Church of the Epiphany. Katie wanted to be close to nature and enjoyed her walks. She also loved the arts including theater, opera, and music. She looked forward to visiting Art museums with Donna. As well she loved Frank Sinatra, classic movies, and musicals. Katie also had a special relationship with her sisters in- law Ana and Anita, sharing conversation and laughter over butter tarts and coffee. Katie was most proud of her family and her eyes would always light up in their presence. Katie lived a full and happy life and she valued family, friendships, freedom, and independence. She will be missed by all who knew her. Special thanks to the staff at St. Joseph’s Villa, who provided her with wonderful care. Resting at the JACKSON AND BARNARD FUNERAL HOME , 233 Larch Street, Sudbury (Friends may call 2-4; 6-8pm Sunday with prayers 7pm Sunday). Funeral Service in St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, 486 Ester Road, Sudbury Monday, April 23rd, 2018 at 11am. Interment in the family plot at the Park Lawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to St. Joseph?s Villa or the Alzheimer Society would be appreciated. To light a memorial candle, donations or messages of condolences available online at www.lougheed.org
MEILLEUR, Pauline (Robert) – (1933 – 2015) Heaven has gained a special Angel. Pauline received her wings on December 19th, 2015. Beloved wife and best friend to Ernie, predeceased 2009. Special mom to Lise predeceased in 2007 (JC Davis), Joanne and Marc Adam, Joscelyne and Jacques Séguin. Super grandmother of Chloé (Matt Dale), Sophie (Kevin Dallaire), Renée-Claude (Rémy Beauchamp), Manon (Tom Assinewe), Zakari and Anik (Mathieu Kilganon). Loving great-grandmother to John and Laura Dale. Sister to Rita Zettler (Ed predeceased), Sister Dolores, Armand (Jocelyne), Marcel (Phyllis), Sister Jocelyne and Conrad and Claudette Robert. Predeceased by Irène, Albert, Fleurette, Claudette and Robert. Pauline was an avid teacher who devoted herself to all her students at St-Conrad. Her love and dedication to these students have touched their lives forever. Mom was a special person and while retired loved to go out to restaurants every day for lunch and suppers and frequently we would see her with Stella Jenzen and Gisèle Legault. Summers were spent at Ernie’s Hideaway and she always looked forward to spending time with her camp friend Mary Melchior. We would like to thank the staff of Pioneer Manor, more specifically Jane, Bonnie, Tamsin, Sylvie, Ginette, Marcia, Evan, Diane and Matt. We did not worry when you were taking care of mom. A memorial mass to celebrate Pauline’s life will be held at St. Jean de Brébeuf Church, Notre-Dame Ave. in Sudbury, on Tuesday, December 29th, 2015 at 10 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to the St. Jean de Brébeuf Restoration Fund would be greatly appreciated. Arrangements in care of SIMPLE WISHES of the North. (705) 470-707013009854
It is with deep sadness that we announce the death of our dear member Isabel Grant ,who passed away in Ottawa ON. at the age of 102, on May 22, 2017.
Her funeral will be held in Sudbury, on July 18, 2017, at Christ The King Church.