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FORDYCE: Evelyn M. Fordyce, beloved wife of Cam and loving mother of Connie Brown, Debbie LeBlanc, Bob and Darryl passed away at the Brandon Regional Health Centre on Sunday, September 11, 2011. Funeral Ceremony will be held at Memories Chapel, 330-18th Street North on Wednesday, September 14, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. Rev. Paul Sakasov of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church will officiate. A private interment will take place at the Brandon Cemetery. Donations in memory of Evelyn may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 193 Sherbrook Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3C 2B7. Complete obituary information will follow.
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GILL: William Kenneth Gill of Brandon, beloved husband of Fern and dear father of Tanis Stapleton and Greg (Carolyn), passed away peacefully at the Brandon Regional Health Centre on Saturday, September 10, 2011 at the age of 87 years. A Graveside Service will be held at Brandon Cemetery on Thursday, September 15, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. with Rev. David Cathcart of Knox United Church officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Ken may be made to the Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation “Palliative Care”, 150 McTavish Avenue East, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 2B3. Complete obituary information to follow.
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CHALANCHUK: Ronald Brian Chalanchuk of Brandon, passed away peacefully at the Brandon Regional Health Centre on Tuesday, September 6, 2011 at the age of 50 years. Cremation has taken place and a private family memorial service was held.
WARK: Angelique Beatrice Wark age 92 years of Val Marie, Saskatchewan and formerly of Minto, Manitoba died on Tuesday, September 6, 2011 at the Shaunavon Hospital and Care Centre at Shaunavon, Saskatchewan. Beatrice was born at Neelin, Manitoba on September 24, 1918. Funeral Services will be held from St. Felix de Valois Church in Dunrea, Manitoba on Wednesday, September 14, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. with Reverend Father Mike Nwosu officiating. Interment will take place at Minto Cemetery, Minto, Manitoba. Prayer services were held from the Church of the Nativity at Val Marie, Saskatchewan on Friday, September 9, 2011 at 8:00 p.m. Binkley's Funeral Service of Shaunavon ( is in charge of the arrangements. For those wishing, memorial donations may be made to the Terry Fox Foundation for Cancer Research in care of Binkley's Funeral Service (306) 297-2412.
VAN DEVEIRE: Peter Van Deveire was born in Deloraine, Manitoba on May 7, 1956 to Joseph and Marie-Louise Van Deveire. Following a courageous battle with cancer, Peter passed away peacefully at home with his wife and children by his side. Peter grew up on a farm 6 miles east of Deloraine where he lived until he graduated from the Deloraine Collegiate Institute in 1974. After graduation, Peter worked for three years as an orderly at the Miscericordia Hospital in Winnipeg. He then enrolled at the University of Manitoba where he obtained his Bachelor’s in Animal Science and Master’s in Entomology. While involved in his studies, Peter met his future wife Betty Lam. In 1980, Peter was accepted into the Western College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan. In 1981, after living apart for one year, Peter and Betty married in Winnipeg. Peter graduated in 1984 with his DVM and secured employment in Langenburg, SK. That same year, Peter became the proud father of his first child, Marcus. Although Peter enjoyed his work as a large animal practitioner in Langenburg, his devotion to his family brought him back to Manitoba. In 1985, Peter accepted a position with the Brandon Hills Veterinary Clinic and moved to Brandon with his family. Before the year’s end, their second child Katherine had arrived. Peter thoroughly enjoyed his profession as a veterinarian working first as a mixed animal vet, later as a small animal vet, and finally, in 2007, as an inspector for the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. Peter was his children’s greatest fan. When he wasn’t coaching or umpiring, Peter was always found cheering for his children in the stands as he never missed an opportunity to watch them skate the length of the ice or run the bases. Even while battling cancer, Peter found the strength to bring himself to the diamond and watch Katy play slow pitch. With Betty’s help, Peter re-established, coordinated, and instructed the Brandon Wildlife Junior Rifle Club from 2008 to 2010. Reading, hiking, woodworking, bird watching, and wine making were some of Peter’s other hobbies. Peter is survived by his wife, Betty, children Marcus and Katy (Michael Panciera), sister Marieanne Peterson, mother-in-law Pui Yuk Lam, sisters-in-law Angie Lam and Sanny Lam (Paulo), brother-in-law Roy Lam (Anita), and several nieces and nephews. A celebration of Peter’s life was held at Brockie Donovan Chapel on September 8th, 2011. In passing, Peter wishes to thank all those who touched his life in a positive manner. Thanks to Dr. DuPloy and the nurses of the BRHA Cancer Program for their compassionate care. Special thanks to all those who supported Peter and enabled him to remain comfortably at home until his passing, including Dr. Groves, Melissa Dunbley (BRHA Palliative Care program coordinator), and the nurses of both the STEP and Home Care Program. Memorial gifts in Peter’s memory can be made to CancerCare Manitoba to further research the diagnosis and treatment of head and neck cancers, or to the Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation “Palliative Care”.
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SUTHERLAND: Janet Diane Sutherland passed away Friday, September 2, 2011. Janet was born in Souris, Manitoba on September 12, 1966. Janet lived on the family farm in the RM of Whitehead, Manitoba and attended school in Brandon. Janet worked at the Brandon A & W drive-in until her marriage to John Adolph. They had three children, James, Tasha and Ashley. When the children were of school age she graduated with a Diploma in Office Administration from ACC then working at the Maple Leaf plant in Brandon until 2007. Following her time there, Janet received her Dietary Aide Certificate and was employed at Victoria Landing before working for the BRHC at the GeneralCentre. She loved horses and horseback riding. Janet is survived by her children James, Tasha and Ashley Adolph whom she adored and their father John; brothers Murray, George, Allan and John Sutherland and their families and her friend Doug Chunick. Janet was predeceased by her parents Evelyn and Francis Sutherland. The Funeral Service will take place at Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, on Monday, September 12, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. Pastor Roy Jamieson and Pastor Tony Budzik will officiate. Interment will follow at the Brandon Cemetery. If friends so desire, donations in memory of Janet may be made to S.P.E.A.K., 100 - 4 Fort Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3C 1C4.
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SPIESS: Theodore (Ted) Herman Spiess passed away at Fairview Home on Saturday, September 3, 2011 at the age of 97. He will be missed by his brother Ernie and wife Helen, sister Alannah, as well as nieces and nephews. A private graveside service will be held at the Brandon Veterans' Cemetery. Padre Chris Arthur will officiate. Donations in memory of Ted may be made to a charity of choice.
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SHEPHERD: Venie Melville (Mel) Shepherd passed away peacefully with her loving family by her side at Fairview Home on September 7, 2011. Mel was born August 17, 1918 to William and Sarah Boyd in Brandon. She married Robert Douglas Shepherd on April 14, 1939 on her parent’s farm south of Brandon. They had five children, Robert, Barbara, Beverley, Dianna and James. She was predeceased by her parents, her brother Stewart Boyd, her husband, Douglas and infant daughter, Barbara. She leaves to mourn her passing, her children, Robert (Ethel) Shepherd, Beverley (Bruce) Preston, Dianna (Albert) Krahn and James Shepherd; her grandchildren, Sharon (Dan) Shepherd-Dechka, Ken (Laurie) Shepherd, Kerrie (Al) Gibbs, Stacey (Chuck) Hutton, Becky (Rob) Switzer-Ricard and Jeff (Kate) Switzer and all of her great-grandchildren, Blake, Kirk, Brandon, Ella, Emmalee, Lyndsi, Abi, Cody, A.J., Riley, Rayna, Mackenzie, Avery, Bradley and Charleigh. Also surviving are her sisters, Flo Johnston of Brandon and Aileen Hassan of Winnipeg, brother-in-law Angus Shepherd of Moosomin, SK and sister-in-law Rosella Shepherd of Virden, MB, along with numerous nieces and nephews. A funeral service will be held at Brockie Donovan Chapel, 332-8th Street, on Monday, September 12, 2011 at 2:30 p.m. with Pastor Phil Price officiating. Interment will follow at Rosewood memorial Gardens. Pallbearers will be Ken Shepherd, Jeff Switzer, Dan Dechka, Blake Dechka, Kirk Dechka and Brandon Switzer. In lieu of flowers, donations may made to a charity of your choice.
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RAMSAY: John David Ramsay passed away in the City of Brandon on Thursday, September 1st, 2011 at the age of 94 years. John was born on a hot summer day, July 21st, 1917, on his paternal grandparents homestead near Bradwardine, Manitoba. He was the oldest child of Vinna and Willie Ramsay. When John was about 8 months old the family left Bradwardine and went to live at the Freeland farm in the Brookdale area near his maternal grandparents. John would live at Freeland until he was 19 years old. John's brother Robb was born in 1919 giving him someone to play and tussle with. Like all little boys John wasn't beyond getting into his fair share of trouble. In 1929, John's parents brought home a baby sister 'Betty' from the hospital. This was pretty special for an 11 year old boy. School learning was not hard for John but he found it somewhat a bit tedious. By the time he was 15 he had completed Grade 11 in Brookdale. During 1933-35, John spent two school terms at Canadian Junior College (CJC) near Lacombe, Alberta. Here he was baptized into the Seventh- day Adventist church. In John's last year at CJC there was a young lady that took his fancy. Little did he know that he would discover Esther some 15 years later and she would become wife and mother to his five children. In 1935, John graduated from the pre-medical course with the idea of attending the College of Medical Evangelists at Loma Linda, California. At that time he was only 17 years old and the college would not accept him until he was 19 years old. John returned to Brookdale to help his father farm on the homestead property. In 1937, John and his friend Bill McDonald were awarded a trip to the Royal Winter Fair in Toronto because of their work with the boys and girls calf club. John never intended to be a farmer and never forgot his ambitions of becoming a doctor. During the winter of 1939-40 and the following summer, John went to the University of Manitoba to upgrade his education. Disappointingly he did not do well and this ended his formal education. In 1940 the Battle of Britain was on and John applied for status as a Conscientious Objector. This was granted by Judge Adamson in the Brandon Court House. On December 7, 1941, John was called to do Alternative Service at Riding Mountain National Park for four months. John's job in camp was grubbing out trees on the right of way on the road to Whirlpool Lake. The park was building a campsite there for sport fishermen. John returned from Alternative Service Camp in the Spring of 1942 on humanitarian grounds. In 1947, John's father Willie retired and John took over the homestead at Brookdale. Around this time John was elected to the Brookdale Board of Directors of the Manitoba Pool Elevators. He also served as Secretary to the Board for 21 years. He enjoyed his work with that organization very much and deeply appreciated the fine qualities of the men who served with him. On March 16, 1949, John married Esther Neufeld from Hague, Saskatchewan. It did not take long for the babies to come: Phyllis (1950), Patricia (1951), Roberts (1952), Bruce (1954), and Judy (1956). In 1959, John was one of the pioneer members who was instrumental in the founding of the local Seventh-day Adventist church in Brandon. He was one of the last surviving members of this group. John faithfully enjoyed serving the local church as an ordained elder, Bible teacher, and Board member. John was a firm believer in Christian education and all his children completed college or university at a tremendous financial sacrifice. John and Esther's children presented them with six grandchildren (including triplets). They were saddened that their grandchildren did not live closer, but they had lots of reasons now to make trips to Edmonton and see them at least once or twice a year. In 1981, Esther and John retired to Brandon after 32 happy years on the farm at Brookdale. John was 62 years old. John and Esther were very active in their retirement. John built grandfather clocks for each of his children. They loved to go to church camp meetings and travel. John joined the Seniors for Seniors Co-op, an organization to help seniors stay in their houses longer. John enjoyed the work and met a lot of very nice people. Often you would see John driving his 1953 International pickup truck down the streets of Brandon with a lawnmower in the back. There were many family gatherings. A camping trip to Kananaskis in 1996 was a big highlight as well as their 50th anniversary celebration in 1999 in Edmonton. In 2006, Esther was diagnosed with terminal cancer and passed away that year. She was able to see a picture of her first great-grandchild before she died. Now John is the proud great-grandfather of 12 children, the last born one week before his death. John's oldest daughter, Phyllis passed away after a short illness in 2009. After her death, John's home began to lose its appeal, and John began to weaken. He was very lonely and needed more care. On January 13th, 2010, John entered the next stage of his life at Hillcrest Place and lived there until his death. John was predeceased by his wife Esther, and his daughter Phyllis Willauer. He is survived by his brother Robb Ramsay of Brandon; sister Betty Aab of California; four children; Patricia Selman (Jim) of Tsawwassen, B.C., Robert 'Bob' Ramsay (Marty) of Edmonton, Bruce Ramsay (Estelle) of Sherwood Park, Judy Ramsay (Charlie) of Brandon. There are six grandchildren; Carlene Ramsay, Shaun (Jessica) Ramsay, Michelle (Ryan) Jutras, Scott (Rose) Ramsay, Matthew (Noelle) Ramsay, Greg (Alex) Ramsay, all of Edmonton; twelve great-grandchildren: Gavin, Liam, Lauren, Darren, Alaina, Matthew, Kurt,Chloe, Mirielle, Nicole, Amelia, and Jonas. A Graveside Ceremony was held at the Riverside Cemetery, Neepawa on Wednesday, September 7, 2011 at 2:00 pm. Pastor Roy Jamieson officiated Pallbearers were: Pat Selman, Jim Selman, Judy Ramsay, Charlie Partridge, Bob Ramsay and Bruce Ramsay. Friends who wish may make a donation in memory of John to Camp Whitesands, c/o Man.-Sask. Conference, 1004 Victoria Avenue, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7N 0Z8.
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Arrangementswere with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 727-0330.
PLASESKI: The death of Minnie Plaseski, widow of Joseph and formerly of Rivers, occurred at her residence, Hillcrest Place, Brandon on Thursday, September 8, 2011. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at the Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church, Rivers on Tuesday, September 13, 2-011 at 11:00 am. Rev. Dominic Yuen will officiate. Interment will follow in the Rivers cemetery. Friends who wish may make a donation in memory of Minnie to either the Riverdale Health Services Foundation, Box 222, Rivers, Manitoba, R0K 1X0 or the Prairie Crocus Regional Library, Rivers, Manitoba, R0K 1X0 or the Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church, Rivers, Manitoba, R0K 1X0. Complete obituary information will follow.
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Arrangements are with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 727-0330.
PENTICO: Jean. In her 65th year we sadly announce the passing of Jean, loving mother to son Alfred and wife Rachel, and son Dean and friend Kim. She was Grandma Jean to Sophia, Emma and Jackson. She was predeceased by her husband Clare and her mother and Dad Ethel and Alf Black of Rapid City. Jean worked for Home Health Care and will be missed by her friends and co-workers.
McKIBBON: Calvin Brook, born October 26th, 1959, died accidentally in Seattle, Washington on August 18, 2011. He is survived by his wife, Marissa, her children Eddie, Lorena and Anthony; his only child Madeleine from his first marriage to Kim Pollard. His mother, Lorna McKibbon of Wawanesa; sister Corinne Downey (Craig) her children Bond Ward (his daughter Emma) and Brooke Ward. He was predeceased by his father Jack McKibbon. Cal graduated from Wawanesa Collegiate in 1977 and received his Bachelor of General Studies from Brandon University in 1981. Cal worked as a Special Constable with the RCMP in both The Pas and Arborg before attending Depot in Regina and being posted to Surrey in 1981. In 1985 Cal joined the Surrey Fire Department where he spent 26 years and achieved the rank of Captain. Always an athlete he enjoyed most sports including his most recent passion skydiving. Cal chose to spend his life protecting and serving the citizens of Surrey, B.C. Although he left us too early we are so proud to have had him in our lives. A celebration of Cal’s life was held at Victory Memorial Park Funeral Centre, Surrey, B.C. on August 26th. Interment will take place at 2:00 p.m. on September 24th at the Wawanesa Cemetery. A time of remembrance will follow at the Wawanesa & District Memorial Hall, Wawanesa, Manitoba. In lieu of flowers a donation may be made to the Wawanesa Swimming Pool, Box 427, Wawanesa, Manitoba, R0K 2G0.
McINNES: Bettyann McInnes (nee Turner) died suddenly on August 30, 2011. Betty was born on March 27, 1935 and grew up in the Whirlpool and Onanole districts. At a young age Betty ventured out to work as a nanny in Winnipeg and California. This began her lifelong passion for children and travel. Following her heart Betty returned to western Manitoba where she could be closer to the love of her life while working as a cashier at Safeway in Brandon. In 1955 Betty married Leslie McInnes and they farmed on the McInnes home farm until 1960, when Les obtained employment with Beaver Lumber, living in Carman, Manitou, Waskada and Teulon. In 1963 Les and Betty, along with their four children, Laurie, Cameron, Shelley and Susan, returned to Erickson where they established their own grocery and meat market business. For over 12 years they worked side by side every day strengthening the bond that already existed. With the sale of their business in 1976 Betty ventured out into the tourism industry in the Clear Lake area, first as a waitress and then soon thereafter as the resident manager of Elkhorn Ranch, restaurant manager of Wasagaming Golf Course and finally as Executive Housekeeper of Elkhorn Resort and Conference Centre. Betty and Les enjoyed time for leisure and travel. Their travels took them to places as close as their family cabin at Ditch Lake, camping throughout Manitoba, a seasonal spot at Minnedosa Beach; to as distant adventures as Venezuela, Costa Rica, Hawaii and Mexico. While not an athlete herself, Betty devoted endless hours to the support of her children and the community. For years Betty was on the Figure Skating Committee in Erickson, the Erickson Minor Hockey Committee, served on the original building committee of the new Erickson Skating rink and, for a time served as a Board member for the Manitoba Minor Hockey Association. This passion for sport led to Betty becoming quite an armchair athlete and right up to her passing she never missed a televised Blue Jays game. Betty was a talented seamstress and loved doing handicrafts. This talent led to years of service as a 4-H leader in Erickson. Betty’s creativity was frequently called upon for carnival and snow festival costumes and even leadership in the creation of endless community floats. Betty is survived by her three children, daughter, Laurie Jackson, son, Cameron McInnes and his wife, Arden, and daughter, Shelley Serle, and her husband, Kevin; five grandchildren, Sheena Jackson, Kelsea and Torea McInnes and Brett and Dylan Serle; two brothers, Gordon Turner and Bob Turner (Cynthia), as well as, two sisters in law, Gwen Steiman (Gary) and Alice McInnes and numerous nieces and nephews. Betty was predeceased by her parents, William and Rose Turner; her daughter, Susan; her son-in-law, Wayne Jackson and, most recently in April of this year, by her husband, the love of her life, Les. The family would like to thank Dr. Roche of Minnedosa for his years of care shown to Betty and to the Minnedosa Hospital staff for the respectful compassion shown in her final hours. A private service was held on Friday, September 9th at the Minnedosa Beach Pavilion with burial in the Erickson Cemetery. Long time family friend, Elgin Hall, officiated at both. Memorial gifts in Betty’s memory can be made to the Erickson Recreation Centre, Erickson, MB, R0J 0P0.
MCDONALD: Grant Finlay McDonald, 72, died Wednesday, September 7, 2011 at the Brandon Regional Health Centre from respiratory disease. Grant, born in 1939 and his younger brother Murray (Pat) of Winnipeg were born in Oak Lake, Manitoba to Ida (died 1986) and Ken (died 1992) McDonald and raised on a farm north of town. Ida referred to the homestead as "the beaver dam farm". Growing up on the farm, Grant developed a strong attachment to the landscape and people of Manitoba and this only deepened with time. His favorite place in Manitoba was located on a hill rising above the farm where he could look out and in a long sweeping view see seven towns, the location of the one-room school house he attended and the Johnston Cemetery where his parents were buried; he enjoyed sharing this spot with his family and friends. Grant left the family farm to attend Brandon Agricultural College and graduated in 1958 with a Diploma in Agriculture from the University of Manitoba. In 1960 Grant married Marilyn Milne and they settled in Brandon. They had three children together: Kim (Wayne) of Hamiota, Sharon (Eric) of Ste. Anne and Russell (Traci) of Winnipeg. For 27 years Grant worked as a surveyor for the Manitoba Department of Highways, the City of Brandon, Underwood, McLellan & Associates and Zenith Paving. For the past 26 years, he was employed with Crane Steel Structures Ltd, Brandon as a project manager. From a very young age, Grant's greatest joy was to help those who needed help - whether rescuing his brother from a trough of water on the farm, putting together a building system, mowing his neighbors' lawns or shoveling snow from their driveways. Grant always ensured that each experience included a bit of time for a lively conversation. He enjoyed being with his grandchildren, especially during special occasions - festivals, plays, sporting events, graduations - and spending time at his cabin on Otter Lake with his partner of ten years Marlene Campbell of Brandon. For the past couple of summers he enjoyed driving his quad to one of his many friends' campsites searching for a lawn to mow or a friend to chat with along the way. Grant also loved harvest time on the farm. Aside from this, Grant's favorite pastime was playing the spoons, either in his living room with friends or around the stage at the Irish Pavilion during the Winter Festival in Brandon. Grant also loved to dance and he and Marlene took every opportunity to step-out. Grant was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion and served on the boards of Trinity United Church and the Otter Lake Development Corporation. He was also a supporter of the Oak Lake Beef Club. In addition to his brother, children and partner, Grant is survived by his grandchildren Paige and Laine Mathison and niece and nephew Heather and Scott, as well as Marlene's family including Lindsay (Lori), Kelly (Kim), Leah-Anne, Alison (Mike) and her grandchildren Deena, Emily, Jessica, Alex, Jordan, Brenden, Tyler, Brandon, Stephanie, Nicole and great- granddaughters Tatum and McKenzie. A Service to Celebrate Grant's Life will be held at Trinity United Church, 1515 6th Street on Monday, September 12th, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. Rev. Wayne Sanderson will officiate. A private family interment will take place at Rosewood Memorial Gardens. Donations in Grant's memory can be made to the Manitoba Lung Association, 940 Princess Avenue, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 0P6 or to Trinity United Church, 1515 6th Street, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 6B3.
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Arrangements are with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 727-0330.
MACSON: Lyle James Macson. Lyle was born at Brandon General Hospital to Mary and John Macson on May 1, 1933. Educated in the Brandon public school system, Lyle started his career at Laird, Sprague and Company (Meyers, Norris, Penny, and Co.) later joining the Brandon Daily Sun, owned by the Whitehead Family, in the accounting department in 1954. Soon Lyle was appointed Business Manager, then Comptroller and ultimately Vice President in charge of Finance, a position he held until the company’s sale in 1987. During this time, he and long-time friend Frank Scherer became owners of the Wallingford Press Company in Winnipeg. Lyle was a silent partner in this venture. In 1958, Lyle married Beverley McRae of Carberry, Manitoba. Beverley and two children survive him: Lynda (Grant) Matchullis of Manitou, Manitoba, and Bradley (Sherri) Macson of Calgary, Alberta. Lyle is also survived by four beloved grandchildren: Daniel Matchullis of Winnipeg, Jaclyn Matchullis of Brandon and Ethan and Aiden Macson of Calgary. Lyle loved Brandon and all that this prairie city stood for. He belonged to many organizations and sat on various boards. Those closest to his heart were the Kinsmen, K-40, and St. Matthew’s Cathedral. Who Lyle became was shaped by these experiences and the many friendships that resulted. A service to celebrate Lyle’s life was held at St. Matthew’s Cathedral on Saturday, September 3, 2011. Dean Robin Walker officiated, aided by Bishop James Njegovan and the Venerable Paul Curtis. Final resting place is the Columbarium in the Cathedral. If so desired, donations may be made in Lyle’s memory to the charity of your choice.
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