Hudson QC Obituaries and Funeral Related News
Audrey Ann 'Penny' Cline - The Altamont EnterpriseThursday, April 12, 2018
She was 76.She was a resident of Acacia Village in The Masonic Care Community in Utica and former resident of Northville, New York.She was born in Hudson, New York on April 24, 1941, the daughter of the late Arthur C. and Audrey H. Smith Burnett.She attended schools in Berne, was a graduate of Mildred Elley Business School in Albany in 1960, and graduated with honors from the University of Connecticut in 1965 with a bachelor of science degree in physical therapy.From 1965 to 1970, she was employed as a senior physical therapist with Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital in Schenectady. She was employed as a physical therapist with Allied Services in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and then employed as an instructor in the Physical Therapy Assistant program at Maria College in Albany. From 1974 until her retirement, she was employed by the Fulton County Nursing Service as the staff physical therapist.She married Dennis H. Cline on April 17, 1971 and helped him run the Claude A. Lipe Funeral Home, the Northville Funeral Service, and the North Country Florist in Northville.She attended the First United Methodist Church of Northville and was active in the United Methodist Women and other organizations within the church.****Audrey Ann “Penny” Cline is survived by her husband, Dennis H. Cline of...
Sisters found dead on Christmas Day symbolized by butterflies at funeral - Nanaimo News NOW Thursday, April 12, 2018
We are forever changed by losing these two girls."Aubrey was remembered for her performance as the angel Gabriel in the school's Christmas nativity pageant.Family friend Sandra Hudson said Aubrey reminded her mother, Sarah Cotton, of a pixie, which is why she chose her first name because it means ruler of the elf kingdom.Chloe could make the sun shine while Aubrey had the "power to melt our hearts," said Hudson.Emma Cotton said she spoke to her cousin Sarah on Christmas Day about the sisters travelling to England for a visit with their relatives this year."I have so many wonderful memories of Chloe and Aubrey, which I will cherish for the rest of my life," she said. "Rest in peace my little darlings. You are true angels now." Dirk Meissner, The Canadian PressNote to readers: This is a corrected story. A previous version misstated the first name of the girls' mother, Sarah Cotton.Let's block ads! (Why?)...
Richard E. Paré, 81, of Marlborough - Community AdvocateThursday, April 12, 2018
Sunday, April 8, 2018 after a brief illness, surrounded by his family.He was the loving family man to his wife, Joy A. (Hughes), for 59 years; his daughter, Jill Tracy and her husband Dick of Hudson; and his son, Rick Paré and his wife Tracey of Marlborough. He was the proud “Bumpy” to grandson Adam Tracy and his wife Sarah of Hudson, granddaughter Lauren Tracy and her partner Edwood Jean-Baptiste of Fitchburg, granddaughter Alexandria Paré, and grandson Cody Paré of Marlborough; and great-grandchildren Elizabeth and Logan Tracy of Hudson and Bradley Jean-Baptiste of Fitchburg. Besides his beloved wife and family, he leaves behind his sisters, Doris Paré of Hyannis and Janette Paré of Beverly Hills, Fla., and his brother, Roger Paré, also of Hyannis. He was predeceased by his brothers, Robert Paré and Kenneth Paré.Dick was born in Southbridge and grew up in Cambridge with his parents, Rose and Harold Norton. He attended the Cambridge Schools, graduating as an accomplished cabinetmaker from Cambridge Rindge Tech. He joined the U.S. Coast Guard where he was educated in hydraulics working on the ship engines. Upon his honorable discharge, he married his childhood sweetheart Joy and began his life of family.Dick was educated at Wentworth Institu...
Business Buzz: April 10 - The London Free PressThursday, April 12, 2018
November 22 at the London Convention Centre.Award recipients will receive $2,000 to be directed to the registered charity of their choice and have their names engraved on a plaque in the Hudson’s Bay Passageway at the London Central Library.
EOA Sasquatch. (File photo)Tree Trunk TourThe highly popular Tree Trunk Tour has earned the Hamilton Road Area Business Assoc. a provincial award.The Hamilton Road will receive a Special Achievement award for Streetscaping and Public Realm Improvements from the Ontario Business Improvement Area Association.The neighbourhood’s collection of 21 intricately carved tree trunks has rapidly become a tourist attraction in the ethnically diverse, working-class neighbourhood, even attracting out-of-town bus tours.The award will be presented at the national conference of Business Improvement Areas to be held at Blue Mountain resort in Collingwood on April 16.Hamilton Road association President Rick Pinheiro and member Dave Broostad will also be asked to speak at the conference plenaries on how the Tree Trunk Tour evolved.Two new tree trunk sculptures will join the collection this year, including one at Evan’s Funeral Home.Skeeter controlIf the weather ever warms up, London area backyards will be invaded by the annual swarm of mosquitoes and ticks.But a new London company is ready to take them on.Trevor Davis, a Western University science and business graduate has founded a new pe...
Humboldt Broncos tragedy: Memorials flourish where hockey players lived and where they died - Saskatoon StarPhoenixThursday, April 12, 2018
Edmonton Oilers,” he says, shaking his head. “We heard about the accident when we were on the road heading back home.”Mervin Delowski made the hour’s drive from Hudson Bay, Sask. to pay his respects. “My grandson, Michael Ferland, plays for the Calgary Flames,” says Delowski, whose front licence plate bears the NHL team’s flaming C red logo. “I needed to come and pay my respects to these fallen members of our hockey family.”Margaret Daniels, a Cree elder, leads a small group up to the shrine overflowing with candles, flowers, hockey pucks and stuffed toys.“I was at the vigil and I promised the families I would come by and bless the site,” she says, “so that all the hockey players would rise up to heaven, non-stop.”RelatedFull coverage: Humboldt Broncos bus firstname.lastname@example.orgLet's block ads! (Why?)...
Bernard Landry to be honoured with state funeral - Montreal GazetteSaturday, March 2, 2019
Tributes poured in Tuesday for the former Quebec premier, who died at the age of 81.
"He was a remarkable man, a man of great talent," former Parti Québécois leader Pauline Marois said about Bernard Landry.
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QUEBEC - As tributes poured in Tuesday, Premier François Legault announced former premier Bernard Landry will be honoured with a full state funeral.Emerging from his office to comment on the death of Landry, Legault said he had spoken to Landry's widow, Chantal Renaud, and offered the state funeral.Renaud accepted.Clearly moved, Legault added his own tribute to Landry, who was his boss when he was a Parti Québécois minister in Landry's cabinet. Quebec's 28th premier, Landry governed from March 2001 to April 2003.He revealed he and Landry had spoken last week on the phone and had planned to get together soon to talk politics. His death came as a surp...
Body found in Mexico probably that of Christine St-Onge, SQ says - Montreal GazetteSaturday, March 2, 2019
Laval resident Christine St-Onge, 41, who went missing in Mexico on Dec. 5, 2018.
The body of a woman believed to be that of a Quebecer missing in Mexico for more than a week was found near a hotel in Los Cabos, provincial police said on Thursday.Laval's Christine St-Onge, 41, had been missing since Dec. 4.Sgt. Claude Denis, a spokesperson for the Sûreté du Québec, said although an autopsy was already performed in Mexico, a second autopsy will have to be done when the body returns to Quebec to determine the cause of death and to formally identify the body.Denis said investigators had already informed St-Onge's family of the discovery.Denis said the investigation is complicated because SQ investigators are far from where the body was found. An RCMP liaison officer is now on site, which will make it easier to communicate with local authorities, he said. The RCMP will have to positively identify the body and then arrange for it to be repatriated.BCS Noticias, a Mexican news website, quoted local police as saying it appeared the woman had died as a result of cranial trauma and that blood stains had been found in the hotel room where she was staying. They estimated she had been dead for at least five days.RelatedThe woman's body, which appears to bear marks of violence, was found near the hotel where St-Onge had been vacationing since Nov. 29 with a male co...
Canadian Forces dealing with 17 streptococcal infection cases at recruit school in Quebec - Ottawa CitizenSaturday, March 2, 2019
The Canadian military is dealing with 17 cases of streptococcal infection at its recruit facilities in Saint-Jean, Quebec, the second such outbreak in less than a year.The cases of Group A Streptococcus bacterial infection, also called GAS, were identified among the roughly 1,500 recruits at Canadian Forces Leadership and Recruit School. The Canadian Forces Health Services is monitoring the increase in cases of GAS pharyngitis, also known as strep throat, Canadian Forces spokesman Maj. Travis Smyth said. There have been no serious cases of GAS infection and no hospitalized cases.In early April, Postmedia reported that more than 1,800 military personnel had been given antibiotics after an outbreak of streptococcal infections at the same military facility. Six recruits from the Saint-Jean Garrison were hospitalized. Of those there was one confirmed invasive Group A Streptococcal (GAS) case and one probable invasive GAS case, according to the Department of National Defence.The garrison, located in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que., is the basic training base for recruits in the Canadian Forces.Smyth said antibiotics are being provided ...