Nov. 17, 2010




W. Keith Bigelow , Second World War Veteran, of Hanover and formerly Tiverton, died at the Hanover and District Hospital on Sunday, Nov. 7, 2010, in his 89th year. 


Keith owned and operated Pine Tree Park in Tiverton. 


Beloved husband of the late Christina (née Blackman). 


Loving brother of Bert Bigelow and Aletha Bigelow Crimless. 


Private funeral arrangements entrusted to Davey-Linklater Funeral Home, Kincardine.

Portrait and memorial available online at



James Albert Faubert, also know as Dad and Jimbo, passed away peacefully at home on Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2010, embraced by his wife, daughter, son-in-law and sister-in-law.


He fought long and hard, with tenacity and dignity. He has found peace and is free of pain. For so many years, Jim suffered chronic back pain but was still able to enjoy carving, his UCAR breakfast club, reading history and working on his computer.


Everyone who knew Jim will remember his quiet intelligence, his sense of humour and his love and care of his wife, daughter, son in-law and granddogs. He was a deeply devoted husband and proud father. He loved his second home in Florida at the Holiday Travel Resort. He will be missed by many in Florida as well as in Welland, where he spent the majority of his life before moving to Kincardine three years ago.


Jim served his country in the Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers division of the military in his youth. 


Survived by his wife, Mary Elcich; his daughter, Jacqueline Faubert; and his son in-law, Colin Elwood.

Also survived by his mother, Ruth Jones (Mills); stepfather, Tom Jones; and stepbrother, Randy Jones (Tammy). 


Jim will be fondly remembered by his sister in-laws: Anne Patrino (Bill), Vi Vrbanac (Marijan), Darlene Mancini (predeceased by Tony); as well as by his brothers-in-law: John Elcich, Steve Elcich (Janice), Michael Elcich (Marilyn), George Elcich (Debbie); and by his many nieces and nephews. 


Predeceased by his father, Eugene Faubert.


A special thanks to the angel by his bedside, Darlene Mancini, who was there for Mary, Jacqueline and Colin in the last two weeks. Also a deep felt appreciation and thanks to Dr. Wiebe; in the final days of Jim's life Dr. Wiebe visited and among Jim's last spoken words spoken was the acknowledgement to Dr. Wiebe that he "was one good man." The care and compassion he received from the CCAC (Community Care Access Centre) team was stellar; Catherine, Cathy, and Diane, you touched our lives. Sandy M., you were dad's favourite nurse at the hospital. Also, a special mention of the care towards Dad by Ron and Marla at the pharmacy; your expertise and compassion are first-rate and a testament to community. 

Friends and family are invited to join in celebrating Jim's life and his new found peace from 12 noon until 2 p.m. at the Walker House, 235 Harbour Street, Kincardine N2Z 2X9 on Sunday, Nov. 21, 2010. Friends and family in Welland are invited to celebrate his life from 2-4 p.m. at the All Saints Anglican Church (Dain City) on Saturday, Dec. 11, 2010.


Interment Kincardine Cemetery, at a later date. 


As expressions of sympathy, donations to the Walker House, Kincardine, or a charity of your choice, would be deeply appreciated by the family. Arrangements entrusted to Davey-Linklater Funeral Home, 757 Princes Street, Kincardine, ON N2Z 1Z5, 519-396-2701. Portrait and memorial available on-line at



Lynn Pengilley (Dayton), of Ripley, died suddenly on Monday, Nov. 8, 2010 at the Walkerton Hospital, at the age of 76. 


Born in Brandon, Manitoba on Feb. 10, 1934 to the late Sherman Dayton and Helen Guthrie. 


Lynn enjoyed writing poetry and spending time with her family and the many friends that she made since moving to Ripley. She was a giving person, and a loving and patient mother and grandmother. Lynn loved to cook and owned two restaurants as well as ran the cafeteria for the Peel Region in Brampton; she won many awards during those years. Lynn was good humoured and wasn’t afraid to laugh at herself.


She will be greatly missed by her children: Bob Dayton, of Vancouver; Rilla and Don Davis, of Ripley; and Jim Dayton, of Hamilton; and by her grandchildren: Matthew Davis (Devon), and Sarah Davis (Jamie).


Also survived by her siblings: Joan Bradshaw and Jim (Shirley) Dayton.


Visitation was held on Saturday, Nov. 13, 2010 at St. Andrew’s United Church, Ripley from 12 p.m. until the time of the funeral Service at 2 p.m. Rev. Diane Dier officiated and Shirley Harris provided the music. 


Interment will take place in Manitoba


Donations to the R-Villa Resident’s Recreation Fund would be appreciated by the family as expressions of sympathy. Memorial and condolences available on-line at



Terese Ann Stanley (Mole) (née Glatz), of Kincardine, died at the South Bruce Grey Health Centre-Kincardine on Thursday, Nov. 4, 2010, at the age of 57 years. 


Beloved wife of Kevin Stanley. 


Predeceased by her first husband, Walter Mole (2003); and her parents Russell and Ethel Glatz.


Dear step-mother of Michael Stanley (Erica Browning) and step-grandmother of Steven Browning.  Lovingly remembered by her niece Darlene Ferrington, and great nephews Braeden and Logan.  Also sadly missed by Wally and Earlma Vines; family of Karen and Malcolm McDougall, Cindy, Kyle, Tyson, Natalie and Kaleb; family of Gail and Brian Thede and John. And sadly missed by best friend Karin Fryday, walking buddy Wes Geisz and good friend Ray Parkinson. 


Visitation was held from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the Davey-Linklater Funeral Home, Kincardine on Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2010. The funeral service was held at 1 p.m. at the Anglican Church of the Messiah, Kincardine, on Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2010, with Rev. Rob Hiscox officiating. 


Serving as pallbearers were Michael Stanley, Kyle and Tyson Zimmer, Malcolm McDougall, and Brian and John Thede. 


Flower bearers were Logan and Braeden Ferrington and Danielle Wallis. 


Interment Kincardine Cemetery


Memorial donations to Epilepsy Ontario would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy. Portrait and memorial available on-line at