Princeton BC Obituaries and Funeral Related News
PLC Purchases Hansons Arbor Funeral Chapels & Crematorium in BC - Canada NewsWireSaturday, March 02, 2019
Highlights of the transaction include:
Hansons Arbor Funeral Chapels and Crematorium, owned by Ray and Kelly Hanson, consists of four funeral homes in West Kelowna, Penticton, Princeton and Keremeos, British Columbia, and one crematorium in Penticton, British Columbia.
Total purchase price of $2.3 million, was funded from PLC's existing credit facility.
The purchase price multiple is within PLC's publicly-stated targeted EBITDA multiple range.
"We believe in partnering with strong and professional local staff, and hope to further enhance the positive and caring experience provided to the families we serve," added Mr. Clark.
PLC provides goods and services associated with the disposition and memorialization of human remains. Products and services are sold on a pre-planned basis (pre-need) or at the time of a death (at-need). PLC and its subsidiaries own and operate 144 businesses including cemeteries, crematoria, funeral homes, chapels, planning offices and a transfer service. PLC operates in five Canadian provinces and ten US States.
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Obituary: Marsha S. Shults - Penn Yan Chronicle-Express (blog)Wednesday, July 05, 2017
Hospice Assoc., 756 Pre-Emption Road, Geneva, N.Y. 14456.Marsha, born Sept. 5, 1948, spent her childhood gardening and chasing fire flies on the Stults family 33-acre farm in Cranbury, N.J. near Princeton. She was the first daughter of the late Emma Chamberlin Forman and William Grover Stults who were married 47 years.In the summer of 1968, Marsha traveled to Vichy, France to study French. In June 1970, Marsha graduated with honors with her teaching degree from Glassboro State Teachers College in Glassboro, N.J., and married William James Shults, of Lakemont. Her first job was teaching third grade in Woodbridge, Va. for one year. In 1975, Marsha earned her Master’s Degree in Elementary Education from Elmira College in Elmira. She served on the Board of Directors of the Dundee Children Center from 1983 to present. Marsha dedicated the majority of her long, distinguished career as an educator of 38 years at Dundee Central School teaching fourth, third, and second graders beginning in September 1971 until her retirement in June 2008. Not one to be idle at home nor far from her school children, she continued to teach as a substitute teacher for another eight years.In retirement, Marsha continued to enjoy her many passions. She especially cherished spending loving time with her boys, cooking great foods and jams for her family, (some were lucky enough to receive a prized jar of homemade jam during the holidays), writing down favorite recipes which she shared with family and friends, swimming in her pool, and gardening on her farm in Lakemont. Summers allowed trips to her parents’ Jersey shore beach house on Long Beach Island, Harvey Cedars, N.J.Marsha was a devoted wife, mother, teacher, and sister. She is deeply loved and appreciated for her kindness as conversations with her always left you feeling positive and loved. She will be dearly missed by her two sons, Peter James Shults, and Anthony “Tony” John Shults; sister Harriet “Holly” Rebecca Stults; nephew, Dillon Stults–Slayden of Sa...
John T. Riordan - Nantucket Island InquirerWednesday, July 05, 2017
Montclair State University) and of which he later became a founding Chair of the Advisory Council of the Colleges of the Humanities and the Social Sciences. He taught in the public schools of Princeton, New Jersey and at the collegiate level at the State of New York University of Cortland. He earned a Master's Degree from Laval University in Quebec, Canada and the AMP Designation from the Harvard University Graduate School of Business.In 1982 Riordan joined the International Council of Shopping Centers trade association (ICSC) where he rose to become President and CEO, leading its expansion over the twenty years to become one of the largest such organizations in the world with membership today in over 100 countries, many of which he visited, making many lasting friendships. Though ICSC's headquarters was in New York City, the Riordans remained residents of Massachusetts. In 1996 they moved year-round to Cotuit where they had spent summers beginning in 1974.Education was a central theme in Riordan's personal and professional life. He enjoyed being introduced at speaking engagements as a "School Teacher Gone Wrong." He was an eloquent public speaker, and when speaking abroad he frequently chose to deliver his remarks in the language of the country he was visiting. Riordan served on the boards of The Pike School (Andover, MA), the School for International Training of the Experiment in International Living (Brattleboro, VT), and Baruch College of the City University of New York. He was a founding member of The Center for Real Estate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and later served as Chairman of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Center for Real Estate. On his retirement from ICSC in 2003, the trade association named the schools for professional development Riordan had initiated for the association The John T. Riordan Schools, held annually in several locations around the world. He also served on the boards of directors of a number of co...
Regina Anderson - DoorCountyDailyNews.comFriday, April 21, 2017
She enjoyed her time that she spent with her family, golfing, playing bridge, reading and traveling.Regina is survived by her two sons James (Elaine) Anderson, Green Bay; John (Cherie) Anderson, Princeton; two daughter Judy (Dale) Pahnke, Green Bay and Jean Haucke, Algoma; 15 grandchildren Julie Haucke, Jamie (Scott) Duca, Jackie (Rob) Passer, Jeff (Freecy) Heuer, Tammy (Paul) Adamski, Todd (Cheryl) Heuer, David (Sally) Heuer, Tom (Laura) Pahnke, Matt (Lauren) Pahnke, Dr. Rob (Jody) Anderson, Mike (Shelly) Anderson, Melissa Anderson, John (Janel) Anderson, Autumn (Steve) Stahl, and Jenny (Kent) Huseboe; 24 great grandchildren Tyler and Tim Jesse, David and Brad Peterson, Misty (Jason) DeWitt, Brooklyn and Maggin Dachelet, Nick and Chris Heuer, Alex, Tony and Aby Heuer, Brielle Pahnke, Aaron, Krista, Brandon and Jenna Anderson, Liberty, Isaac and Egan Ansorge, Mia, Kar and Ashlynn Anderson, Parker, Owen and Marcus Anderson and Madison and Max Huseboe; seven great great grandchildren; one sister Helen Voysey, Ripon; two brothers Lawrence Reinsch, Ripon and Cyril (Nancy) Reinsch, Oshkosh; Sisterin-law Margie Reinsch, Ripon.She was preceded in death by her husband Gordie, her parents, in-laws Oscar (Julia) Anderson, sons-in-law Wayne Haucke and David Stuebs, grandsons-in-law Rick Peterson and Mark Jesse,two sisters Virginia Watson and Irene Ryan and one brother Donald Reinsch, brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law Terry Reinsch, Alice Radtke, Ethel Strye, Ellen Larson, Corliss Larson, Helen Anderson, Ralph Watson, Ray Voysey, Chalres Ryan, LeRoy Strye, Mick Radtke and Fred Larson.Family and friends may gather at St. Mary Catholic Church, Algoma, from 9 am until the Mass of Christian Burial at 11 am, Tuesday, April 18, 2017 with Rev. Peter Stryker officiating. Burial in the church cemetery.The SCHINDERLE FUN...
Services set for longtime South Brunswick mayor who passed away at 81 - MyCentralJersey.comTuesday, April 04, 2017
One of his achievements as mayor involved a five-year negotiation process where the State of New Jersey invested nearly $2.8 million in a 60 acre property that was once the historic Princeton Nursery site which still features unique plants and historic buildings, according to the statement. This purchase was part of a larger 187 acre preservation partnership between the Department of Environmental Protection Green Acres Program, Princeton University and South Brunswick Township. He also secured $11 million dollars in federal grants to study the widening of Route 1."Mayor Gambatese was a strong advocate for Middlesex County's business community and advanced economic development policies in his town," Lina Llona, president of the Middlesex County Regional Chamber of Commerce, said in a statement issued Monday. "As mayor, he attracted hundreds of new businesses into the township including Target, Best Buy and Coca-Cola and also promoted open space preservation, leading the effort to preserve a 60-acre property that was once the historic Princeton Nursery. The site still features unique plants and historic buildings to this day!"The mayor embodied what it means to be a local mayor with a global approach, working to create a sustainable community, she added."We were fortunate to have Mayor Gambatese join us for our "Meet the Mayors" economic development series where he discussed his approach to governance," Llona added. "His leadership style is unmatched and we will miss him as a valuable partner in Middlesex County."Mayor Gambatese is survived by his sons, Franc Jr. of West Windsor and John Paul of South Brunswick; his daughters, MaryAnne Bross of Livingston and Rosemary Peng of Piscataway; and Christine Alencewicz of Baldwinsville, New York. He was also survived by his 11 grandchildren.A funeral Mass will be conducted at 10 a.m. Wednesday, March 29, at St. Cecilia's Roman Catholic Church, 10 Kingston Lane, Monmouth Junction. Cremation will follow at Franklin Memorial Park, North Brunswick, Friends and relatives can call on Tuesday, March 28, from 3 to 8 p.m. at St. Cecilia's. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to either the South Brunswick Public Library or the South Brunswick Food Pantry. Arrangements are by The Crabiel Home For Funerals, Milltown. Visit www.crabiel.com to sign the "obituary" email "guestbook."Staff Writer Nick Muscavage: 908-243-6615; email@example.comRead or Share this story: http://mycj.co/2nQAwchLet's block ads! (Why?)/a...
J. Vincent (Vince) Burg - thesuntimesnews.comWednesday, March 27, 2019
Chelsea to work at the Chelsea Pharmacy, and also part-time at the Mercywood Sanitarium in Ann Arbor. It was at Mercywood where Vince met his wife to be, Shirley Ann Tuckey, from Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada. She was a registered nurse and was in charge of the pharmacy. They wed on August 18, 1956 and raised six children.During his lifetime, Vince was a member of the Knights of Columbus Council 3092, where he was a 3rd and 4th Degree Knight, the Chelsea Junior Chamber of Commerce, the American Legion, the Chelsea Village Council, and the Jackson County Pharmacy Association, being name Pharmacist of the Year in 1971. Vince was also a Charter Board Member and Lifetime member of the Waterloo National History Association.Vince retired from Weatherwax Pharmacy in Jackson, MI in 1996 after 32 years of employment. He then worked as a part time pharmacist for 14 more years for Chelsea Pharmacy and Dan Murphy, who interned under Vince in the mid-1950s.Vince, with his wife Shirley, enjoyed traveling by camper and R.V. throughout the United States and Canada with his family as they were growing up, and bicycling with Shirley and friends, Jeannie and Andy Ford, through Austria, Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands in retirement. Vince was a lifelong deer hunter and lover of the outdoors, relishing the days spent at the family hunting camp in Northern Michigan. He was an avid reader in later years and was a frequent participant in local history events at the Chelsea District Library. Vince also enjoyed working out weekly at the Chelsea Wellness Center. Vince was preceded in death by his parents and sisters Mary Jane Lanning-Morey, Lou Guirey, Angeline Foster, Gretchen Spaulding, Virginia Rowe.Vince is survived by his wife, Shirley; his children Gregg (Laurie) Burg, Diane (Fernando) Nieves, David Burg, Brian Burg, Kristi (Gary) Ragland, and Rob Burg; grandchildren, Arielle and Jacob Bur...
Dozens of bikers attend funeral for Hells Angels member gunned down in Peel - Yahoo News CanadaWednesday, March 27, 2019
Saturday afternoon for the funeral of a Hells Angels motorcycle gang member shot to death in Mississauga earlier this month.Motorcycle club members from across Ontario and as far away as Quebec and British Columbia attended a service for Michael Deabaitua-Schulde at the Vescio Funeral Home in Woodbridge.Deabaitua-Schulde, 32, was described by police as a "well-entrenched" member of the notorious motorcycle gang's Niagara chapter. He was gunned down in the parking lot of HUF Boxing Gym on March 11, in what investigators called a targeted hit.Police have arrested four men from Montreal in connection with the daylight slaying.View photosPaul Smith/CBCMoreMany Hells Angels, along with members of allied outlaw motorcycle clubs - commonly called "support clubs" - were seen milling about outside the funeral home before the service began. There was also a heavy police presence, with officers from the OPP and York keeping a close eye on those in attendance.Funerals for club members often offer police a rare opportunity to keep tabs on the who's who of the biker underworld.The Hells Angels have hundreds of members in Canada. The gang first moved into Ontario in 2000, after they emerged victorious in a bloody biker war ...
Nanaimo remembers educator, activist and elder 'Auntie Ellen' - Nanaimo News BulletinWednesday, March 27, 2019
Ellen White, Kwulasulwut, died Tuesday at age 95, and her funeral was held Saturday morning at the Beban Park Social Centre.
White was a member of the Order of Canada and the Order of British Columbia and her obituary remembers her as an "educator, cultural knowledge keeper, author, linguist, herbalist, healer, traditional midwife, and political activist and advocate."
She was one of the founders of the Tillicum Haus Aboriginal Friendship Centre and was an elder-in-residence in Vancouver Island University's First Nations studies program.
"She possessed a pure, kind and radiant heart," said Les Malbon, who described himself as one of White's adopted grandchildren as he delivered her eulogy Saturday.
White's name, Kwulasulwut, translates to ‘many stars' and Malbon alluded to that as he addressed the people gathered in the social centre.
"I look out now and I see the many stars," he said. "I see how she impacted the community. I see how much she loved her family and I appreciated, personally, how much that love changed me and how it's changed all of us to be better people and behoove us to be kind to one another and to work towards a world of unity."
Malbon said the White home was always filled with visitors, and Ellen White also travelled to meet people and sh...