January 26, 1925 – April 16, 2019
Green, Jack Frederick – Of Dundas passed away at St. Joseph Hospital peacefully on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at the age of 94. Born on January 26, 1925 in Hamilton. He was the son of Allen and Alice Green. Jack was predeceased by his loving wife of 62 years, Norma. Jack grew up in West Hamilton with a shot gun and fishing pole in his hands, he loved the outdoors, whether hunting, fishing, camping or just enjoying a long walk. Jack also enjoyed watching sports and was a familiar face around the local ball diamonds and arenas as he followed the local sports teams. Jack always seemed to have a smile on his face and a witty comment or come back for you. Surviving Jack are his son Brett (Louie) Green of Dundas and daughter Darci Beamish (Green) of Calgary, her three children Christopher Beamish (Melissa), Kimberly Vockins (Beamish) and Cameron Beamish and his two great-grandchildren Marshall and Vayda. As well as his brother Dave, brothers-in-law Brad Clarke, Jack Peer & sister-in-law Jane Biggins. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Jack was predeceased by his daughter-in-law Christine Green and son-in-law Dale Beamish, brothers Allen, Alf, Art, Ernest and sisters Sally Peer, Annalea (Polly) Clarke, Mary Campbell and Ellen Held. Jack will be missed by all his surviving family and friends. Special thanks to Dr. West and all the nurses and staff at Blackadars Continuing Care for all the compassion and care shown to Jack during his stay. In keeping with Jack’s wishes cremation has taken place and interment will take place at graveside with his family. If you so wish, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society or The Salvation Army would be appreciated by the family.
June 7, 1934 – April 12, 2019
Peacefully, and with a valiant determination to stay, Mom lost her battle with cancer at the age of 84. She left this world on her own terms, in her own home and with her children by her side. She leaves now to join her beloved husband Carl. We find comfort in knowing that no finer man could be waiting for her on the other side. Finding strength in her spirit forevermore are her children, Steve (Lorraine), Fred (Sally), Jeff (Karen) and Cyndi, and her grandchildren; Stefanie and Jorden Moir, Tammy Billard, Alanah Head, Erin Sneyd, Lindsay and Chelsea Moir, Kylie Harris and Cody Howard and her great-grandchildren, Sophia, James, Autumn, Charlotte and Everly. They will grow to know their Great-Grandma through our stories and remembrances. Mom also leaves behind her step-children, Karla, Kelly and Kamala and her sisters, Anne Litzen and Val Owens. Mom is predeceased by her parents, Charles and Mabel, and her siblings, Shirley, George and Jim. Mom was retired from the A&P in Dundas and loved playing cards, winning at the casino and spending time at the Hamilton Air Force club. She leaves behind her cat Pepper, who continues to search for her since her passing. We thank Dr. Kouroukis, without whom she may not have had the opportunity to meet her great grandchildren. We thank Dr. Anna-Marie Emili who, with her care and commitment, made mom’s passing as peaceful as possible. Lastly, we would like to extend our appreciation to our support team, PSW’s Michelle, Vicky and Mary, VON and LHIN staff who supported us in mom’s final days. Special thanks to Colleen and George. Friends and family are invited to Turner Family Funeral Home, 53 Main St, Dundas, on Thursday April 18, from 1 – 2 p.m. with a memorial service to be held at 2:00 p.m.. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Hamilton/Burlington SPCA would be appreciated.
September 11, 1964 – March 28, 2019
Gumbert (Main), Kimberley – Kim passed away peacefully, surrounded by her family on March 28th, 2019, following a hard fought battle with cancer. She will be missed by her husband of 26 years, Stephen, their daughters Helena (Cameron) and Lisa (Matthew); grandchildren, Sebastian and Olivia, her brother Terry; her in-laws Kelly (Bruce Christian) and Bill (Carol Gumbert) and all of her extended family of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins; and her many dear friends; and is predeceased by her parents Bill and Joanne (Main). Kim was always the life of the party; she was a person that always looked out for everyone, whether it was as a daycare provider, red hatter, or a member of Dundas Baptist Church. A celebration of life will be held on Sunday, April 7th at 2:00 p.m. at Dundas Baptist Church (201 Governors Rd.) followed by a reception at the Hamilton Air Force Association (128 King St. E., Dundas). A special thanks to Dr. G. Kazemi and the wonderful staff of Juravinski Cancer Centre. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Juravinski Cancer Centre Foundation or Dundas Baptist Church.
July 18, 1940 – March 27, 2019
Thomson, James “Jim” – Suddenly, at his home on Wednesday, March 27, 2019, in his 79th year. Beloved husband of Joy (nee Rutherford), and loving father to James Thomson (Lynda) of N.S., and Jodie Grigsby (Derek) oif Hamilton. Loving Grampa of J.T. and Robert Thomson and Uncle Grampie to Shyla Craig. Predeceased by his brother Peter, and sadly missed by his sisters-in-law Betty Thomson and Christine Marshall (Ron) and brother-in-law Paul Rutherford. Jim will also be missed by his nephews Donald (Pam), John and David Marshall, niece Denise Armstrong and by his much loved cousins in Scotland and Ontario. Jim was a member of the Thursday Afternoon Singers, the Copetown Carvers, Knox Presbyterian Church, and was a former member of the Clans of York Pipe Band, Toronto and the Georgetown Pipe Band. Friends will be received by the family on Friday evening, April 5 from 7-9 at the Turner Family Funeral Home, 53 Main Street, Dundas. The Memorial Service for Jim will be held Saturday, April 6, 2019, at 11 a.m.at KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 23 Melville Street, Dundas. Expressions of sympathy to Knox Presbyterian Church or the Salvation Army, Dundas would be appreciated.
September 21, 1934 – March 23, 2019
Peacefully at home on March 23, 2019 with her daughter Vicky, her granddaughter Maria and the dog Hamish by her side listening to Nat King Cole. Mum was a tenacious Scottish woman, an accountant, a devoted wife to the late Edward Eldridge, a loving supportive mother, a proud granmama; a woman of faith. She embodied strength in weakness, faith in times of doubt, humour in chaos, and instructed that there is always time to bake shortbread and empire cookies for beloved friends. Maria and I are most grateful for the kindness from the staff at LHIN for the compassionate care from the staff at St. Elizabeth’s, the palliative care nurses from St. Joseph’s and Dr. Jim McMillan who graced our home these past weeks. In lieu of flowers a donation can be made in memory of Alison to ARISE Ministry, a mission of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, 101 Wilson Avenue, North York, ON, M5M 2Z9. A funeral service will take place at West Flamboro Presbyterian Church, 262 Middletown Rd, Flamborough, ON, on Tuesday March 26, at 12:00 noon.
February 4, 1934 – March 22, 2019
It was with great sadness on March 22, Maisie Belle Mysak’s family and friends gathered by her side to say “bye for now”. A tired angel, she was called home to rest after bravely living life for many years with Parkinson’s. Predeceased by her husband Peter. Loving mother to Mark Landon (Niki, Liam) and Paul Landon (Cathy). Caring grandmother to Jessica Landon and Grace Landon. Survived by her sister Carolyn (Tom) McGregor and her brother Donald Forbes as well as her niece Mary-Anne Forbes (Joshua). She will always be remembered for her genuine caring ways, along with her amazing sense of humour and wit. Maisie’s love of life, family, and friends radiated the room and brought happiness to all. She will be affectionately missed, and never forgotten. Maisie proudly worked for the Hamilton Board of Education for many years, teaching the primary grades and later on, the special education class. Many thanks to the staff at Regina Gardens Long Term Care for the kind care for Maisie over the last two years. In lieu of flowers, donations may be given to the Parkinson’s Society. Friends and family are invited to Turner Family Funeral Home, 53 Main St, Dundas, on Wednesday March 27 from 4 p.m. – 5p.m. with a Celebration of Maisie’s life at 5:00 p.m..
December 13, 1943 – March 15, 2019
Passed away peacefully at St. Peter’s Hospital on Friday, March 15, 2019. Husband of Tonnie and father of Ed Crowder (Mary); Teresa McConnell (Art), Roy Crowder (Brandi) and step-father to Jackie Simpson. Grandfather of Eddie, Emma, Erik, Doug, Jason, Cam, Kayden, Rylend, Brodie and Victoria and great-grandfather of Remington. Doug will be sadly missed by his 4 sisters; Joan Holland, Gayle Hudson, Suzanne Sutherland (John) and Lynda Eastabrook (Harry) and by many nieces and nephews. A Celebration of Doug’s Life will be held at the RCL Branch 36, 280 King Street West, Dundas, on Friday, March 22, 2019 from 2- 4 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to St. Peter’s Palliative Ward would be appreciated by the family. Special thanks to Dr. Bev, the nurses and staff at St. Peter’s Palliative Ward for their care and compassion for Doug.
September 17, 1931 – March 11, 2019
Jensen, Doris Elaine Nestler – Passed away peacefully at Stedman Hospice, Brantford, ON, Monday, March 11, 2019. She will be dearly missed by her brother Peter and his wife Ruth Ann, nephew Paul Jensen (Deb) and many cousins. Predeceased by nephew Eric. Doris was a professor of biology and, for many years, associate dean of sciences for McMaster University. She kept busy with many of the things she loved doing; ceramics, raising sheep and cattle, riding horses, collecting stamps, needlepoint, and painting. More recently she researched and wrote a book on Bulbophyllum orchids. She was a twenty-five year member of the Toronto Orchid Judging Centre of the American Orchid Society. She travelled the world (France, South Africa, Malaysia, Zanzibar, China and others) judging and studying orchids. Special thanks are extended to the staff at Stedman Hospice for their outstanding care during Doris’ final days: she felt she was truly pampered. Friends will be received by the family on Tuesday, March 26th from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. for a Celebration of Doris’ Life at Turner Family Funeral Home, 53 Main Street, Dundas. Sharing memories of Doris will begin at 12 noon. Memorial donations for Doris to the Stedman Hospice in Brantford, would be greatly appreciated by the family.
March 17, 1966 – March 10, 2019
Allan “Scott” Cox, 52, unexpectedly passed away on March 10, 2019.
Scott is survived by his wife Tanya, sons Steven and Andrew, daughters Heather (Kyle) and Rebekah, and puppies Nala and Ava. Scott was a loving father, husband, and friend.
Scott was born in Orillia, Ontario to Allan and Elizabeth Cox. On June 10, 1989, he married his former wife, Theresa Murphy, and shared four children. He worked as a contractor before opening his own business, Allan’s Plaster and Painting, which came to an end in 1997. Starting in a new direction, Scott went to Mohawk College for Integrated Technology and began his IT career at CIBC, where he met his current wife, Tanya (Wood) Cox. Tanya and Scott were married on September 5th, 2003; they were happily married for 15 years.
Scott enjoyed barbecuing and cooking (especially steak & the spicier the better), always with a glass of red wine. Scott had many pastimes – one of his favorites being waking his kids up for school by playing Green Day on his electric guitar with the amp turned up to the max. He also enjoyed watching football, his favourite team being the San Francisco 49ers. Scott was a dreamer, and always had more projects on the go than you could count. Always with some type of renovation work to be done, you wouldn’t catch him wearing anything other than his safety Crocs, which doubled as snowshoes, and aided in his unwavering protest of winter. Scott loved to engage in profound conversation and always imparted his wisdom to his children. A loving and dedicated father, Scott cherished time with his family greatly, especially games night. Scott had a playful spirit and always had a joke or sarcastic remark for anything that came at him.
A dedicated follower of Christ since 1991, Scott remained faithful to the end.
A Celebration of Life service will be held at 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM on Friday, March 15th at the Turner Family Funeral Home, 53 Main St, Dundas, ON L9H 2P7.
Dumayne, Alfred “Pat” – 31 January 1930 – 10 March 2019
We are saddened to announce the passing of Pat, peacefully at his residence, following a brief illness and a long and full life. Pat is survived by his loving wife of 70 years, Grace, daughter Isabel (Roger) Janke of Waterloo, grandchildren Patrick and James Groves, Kitchener, ON, Kevin Janke (Peggy), Toronto, Jillian Janke-Wittig (Chad), Kitchener and 3 great-grandchildren, brother Thomas (Lynn) Dumayne of London, ON. Predeceased by infant son James (1959), daughter Janet (2003), four sisters Ethel, Isabel, Mabel and Mary and brother George. Born in Lachine, Quebec, Pat proudly served 23 years with the Royal Canadian Air Force where he spent his career building and maintaining Air Force bases across Canada and in particular the North, retiring as Master Warrant Officer. He was the former Superintendent of Maintenance for McMaster University, Hamilton, ON from1968 – 1989. Pat was an ardent lover of nature, history, the outdoors, fishing and golf. He was a lifetime member and Past President of the Dundas Valley Golf and Country Club, a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 36, Dundas, ON, and Christ Church, Flamborough, Dundas, ON. Pat enjoyed many years of golf and playing cards with his friends. He was devoted to his family and will be greatly missed by many. The family wish to express appreciation to the entire Medical Team who cared for Pat with compassion and caring over the past few months and the staff at Amica, Dundas. Cremation has taken place. Friends will be received by the family on Thursday afternoon and evening from 2-4 and 7-9 at Turner Family Funeral Home, 53 Main Street, Dundas. Pat’s Celebration of Life Service will take place on Friday, March 15th at 2:00 p.m. at CHRIST CHURCH ANGLICAN, 92 Hwy 8, Dundas. Donations to Christ Church Anglican or the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch #36 Building Fund would be appreciated by the family.