Murray Alexander, of Glammis, passed away at the South Bruce Grey Health Centre – Chesley on
Dear brother of Jim and his wife Eileen; and brother-in-law of Clement Fisher and Anne Alexander.
Predeceased by his parents Roy and Irene; his brother Ronald; and his sister Gladys Fisher.
Following an hour of visitation, the funeral service was held at the W. Kent Milroy Funeral Home, Paisley chapel, at on
Pallbearers were Chris Thorpe, Terry McLaughlen, Keith Alexander, Dale Alexander, Randy Alexander and Ricky Alexander.
Flower bearers were Pam Thorpe, Karen Leudke, Jennifer Goetz, Sandra Stewart, Nancy Alexander and Pat Alexander.
Memorial donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation were greatly appreciated as expressions of sympathy.
Elizabeth “Beth” Findlay (MacTavish), beloved wife of the late John Findlay and formerly of Walkerton and Hanover, passed away at
She was born in
Greatly missed by brother Don (Anna) MacTavish, of Ripley; brother-in-law Stuart Schierholtz, of
Predeceased by sister Louise Schierholtz, and niece Barb Liddle.
The funeral service was held at the St. Andrew’s
Pallbearers were Ian MacDonald, Sandy Pollock, Charles Liddle, Ron Findlay, Jim MacTavish and Glenn Ahrens.
Flower bearers were Kim Liddle, Jennie Sautner and Melissa MacDonald.
Donations to the St. Andrew’s
Joan Ellen Maureen Finlayson (Peard) died at the Kincardine hospital on
A long-time resident of Ripley and recently of Kincardine, she was born in
Survived by her two sons: Ted Finlayson Jr. and Rob Finlayson, both of Ripley;as well as four brothers and their wives: William (Naomi), of
She will be lovingly remembered by her four grandchildren: Andrea Finlayson, Natasha Austin, and Scott and Craig Harrison; and by five great grandchildren.
Predeceased by brothers Robert and James; and long-time companion Jerry Platts, of Ripley.
Also saddened by her loss, she will be fondly remembered by Ann and Ted Finlayson Sr., and Kelly O’Grady, all of Ripley; and by special friends Jack Hyden and Laura Dahmer. Thank you both for the companionship, kindness and support you lovingly gave through the years.
Joan was well taken care of by Dr. Smith, Mary McEnnes; Judy, Liz McDonald and Rose; we thank them and all the other health care professionals at Home Care, the Kincardine Medical Clinic and the Kincardine Hospital.
Joan was a member of the
Joan will be remembered for her love of and loyalty to her family and friends, and the strength she received through them and the love of the Lord.
Everyone is invited to remember Joan at at the
Funeral arrangements entrusted to the MacKenzie and McCreath Funeral Home, Ripley. For more information, visit the website www.mackenzieandmccreath.com.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or a charity of your choice.
Mary Ruth Strathdee (Guest) passed away in
She was born
Ruth is survived her children: Shirley (Len) Gessner, Saskatoon, SK; Roy (Maureen) Strathdee, Prince Albert, SK; Wilma (Sydney) Chan, Seattle, WA; John (Lynn) Strathdee, Victoria, B.C.; Susan (Ken) Varley,
Sherwood Park, AB; Carole (Sivy) Covenden, Debbie Blais, and Sharon (Ken) Kobzey, all of Edmonton, AB; as well as by 15 grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren.
She is also survived by two brothers: Edgar (Lois) Guest,
Predeceased by her husband Roy Strathdee (1992), grandson Anthony Malan (1978), brother Harold Guest (2008) and her parents.
Cremation and a private family memorial have taken place.
If desired, donations in her memory may be made to the Lung Association or the SPCA.
DR. LOUIS TUSZ
Louis Joseph Tusz, of Kincardine, passed away suddenly in
Lou was the beloved husband of Bette (née
Dr. Tusz was a family physician in Kincardine from 1973. He was diagnosed with Pick's Disease five years ago, and moved to Lee Manor two years ago.
He is sadly missed by his three children: Terry (Harv Whitmell), Margaret (Eric Tusz-King) and Louis (Gail Tusz); and by his grandchildren: Simon and Emma Whitmell, Sam and Michael Ginther; and Roland, Carl, Claire and Marina Tusz.
Also survived by his brothers: Ken Tusz, of
Louis was predeceased by his parents, Lajos and Erma Tusz; and by his sister, Irma Tusz.
A memorial service will be held at the
Memorial donations to the London Health Sciences Centre or to the