Wednesday, February 16, 2017



Ivan Donald McFarlan of Kincardine passed away at Stonehaven Manor in Whitby on Thursday, February 9, 2017, in his 78th year.


Beloved husband of the late Joan Mary McFarlan (née Sutter).


Loving father of Ken (Jackie) McFarlan of Oshawa and Ron (Janet) McFarlan of Toronto.


Cherished grandfather of Adam, Simon, Sarah McFarlan and Beatrice Hunter.


Dear brother of Jim McFarlan (Anita) of Kinlough, Elmer (Muriel) McFarlan of Wingham, Leonard (Josie) McFarlan of Guelph and sisters Winnifred (Frank) Siegal of Kincardine and Helen (Charlie) Osborne of Kitchener.


Also missed by many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.


Predeceased by his parents Donald and Mary McFarlan (née Jones) and brother Allan McFarlan.


Private funeral arrangements entrusted to the Davey-Linklater Funeral Home, Kincardine. Spring interment, Ripley Cemetery.


Memorial donations to the Alzheimer Society of Grey-Bruce or a charity of your choice would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy.


Portrait and memorial online at






Wayne Peachman of Kincardine passed away peacefully at the London Regional Cancer Centre on Tuesday, February 7, 2017, in his 75th year.


Beloved husband of Mary Jane (Jane) Mayes-Peachman.


Loved and will be missed by step-children Todd Wingate of White Rock B.C. and Larissa Wingate Reynolds, husband Steve and daughter Samantha of Carnation, Washington, and son Carson Edmundson of Summerland, B.C.


Wayne will be missed by Louise and Dean Edwards, children Darrin and Jacob of Barrie, Ontario, and Len and Johanna Miller and children of Oslo, Norway.


Remembered by his brother Brian and wife Vicki of Oakville, Ontario.


Wayne was born in Bradford, Ontario, and raised in Barrie. In his early years he was a stock car racer and one of his venues was the former Barrie raceway. He moved to Kincardine in 1976. He and business partner Paul Lawless originated the former Glen Huron Ford (now Montgomery Ford) in Kincardine.


Wayne moved on to own and operate Wayne Peachman Chev-Olds. He also had a few years as a restaurateur and created and operated Peaches by the Park fine dining restaurant.


He was one of the executive members of the original formation of the Kincardine Chamber of Commerce and served in the Rotary club. Wayne was also a lifetime member of the Canadian Pool League for many years.


Wayne was well-known, with an ever-present sense of humour, and will be truly missed by many.


A Celebration of Life will take place at the Royal Canadian Legion, Kincardine on February 19 at 1 p.m. in the auditorium. Online condolences may be made at