Marc Baker, of Wiarton and formerly of Kincardine, passed away peacefully on
Dear brother of Michael, of
He will be missed by niece Tiffany Weber, nephew Michael Weber as well as his many friends in Wiarton.
Marc was predeceased by his parents Mary (Poynter) and Chester Baker.
In respect of Marc's wishes, cremation has taken place.
There will be a time to remember and celebrate Marc's life from at the Royal Canadian Legion, Wiarton, on
Arrangements entrusted to the George Funeral Home,
Donations to the
Jan. 15, 1922-
Eldon Hackett Bradley (a veteran of the Second World War) passed away suddenly at his home at Greenwood Court Nursing Home in
Eldon had formerly lived in
He is mourned by his loving wife of 65 years, Allene Campbell Bradley whom he married on
Also left to mourn are his daughter Phyllis and son-in-law David Todd, of
As well, many cousins, great nieces and nephews; and great-great nieces and nephews will miss Eldon.
Eldon was pre-deceased by his parents, John Alexander Bradley and Mary Hackett as well as his younger brother Jim Bradley, all of Ashfield. He mourned the death of his only son, Dr. John Bradley of
Eldon was born and raised on the Bradley Homestead on Highway 21 just south of Amberley where he spent his early years attending
Following the war he returned home where he and Allene purchased their own farm in
Eldon was always an active and participating person in his community where he was a member of the Amberley Loyal Orange Lodge, the Pine River United Church (where he served on the board and was manager of the building committee for the new church erected in 1958), the Royal Canadian Legion - Lucknow Branch 309, the Lucknow International Lion’s Club and the Lucknow United Church, as well as a member of the Holstein-Friesen Association of Ontario. He and Allene volunteered for many community events including delivering Meals-On-Wheels. He enjoyed bowling, curling and a good euchre card game until failing eyesight forced him to give up his work, volunteering and sports activities.
In 2005 Eldon and Allene moved to
Eldon’s funeral service was conducted from the MacKenzie and McCreath Funeral Home in
Memories were shared by daughter Phyllis and family, the Bradley cousins and the MacLennan cousins.
The soloist was Carol Atkinson. Interment immediately followed the service.
Pallbearers were: Greg Alton, Bruce Scott, Dave Thomas, George Gibson, Neil MacKenzie and George Anderson.
Memorial donations may be made to the
Lester Ferguson, a Second World War veteran, died peacefully at his residence in Kincardine On
Lester was born in
He will be sadly missed by his wife Audrey; his son Allan Ferguson; his daughters Anne (Doug) and Joan (Ken) Eadie; his grandchildren Janice, Stuart, Michael, and Jonathan (Evadne) Eadie; great-granddaughter Aliya Eadie; sister-in-law Margaret Ferguson; as well as many nieces and nephews.
Predeceased by his brothers Bill and John (Myrtle); sisters Nan (Roy Geddes), Evelyn (Ed Pitt), Annie (Leonard Irwin) and Wylda (Wilmer MacKay); sister-in-law Norma Humphrey; and brother-in-law Cecil Humphrey; as well as by niece Elaine Irwin, nephews Ron, Ernie and Ken Irwin and Clark and David Ferguson.
After serving as a corporal in charge of ambulances with the Fourth Canadian Armoured Division during the Second World War, Lester lived in
Lester, along with Audrey, was always very involved in the community. He was one of the founding members of Community Living Kincardine and District and served on the CLKD Board for over forty years.
Even this year, though his health was failing, Lester managed to take in one of his favourite events- the Ripley Fall Fair. For many years, Lester was a member of the Ripley Agricultural Society and served on many fall fair committees as well as taking his turn as president. While farming, Lester also managed with Audrey’s assistance to be a lay preacher at
Pallbearers were Ken, Stuart, Janice, Doug, Michael, and Jonathan Eadie. Honorary pallbearers were nephews Glen, Ron, Grant, Roy, and Kevin Ferguson; Mark Humphrey; Murray and Lynn Ferguson; and Larry Irwin.
Flower bearers were Kim Eadie and nieces Brenda Hutton, Marsha Stark, Carol Halliday and Diane Ferguson.
Rebecca Hutchison Hogg (née Adam), of Kincardine, died at her home on
Beloved wife of Walter Hogg.
Dear sister of Liz McKellar, of Cambridge; Margaret (Leonard) Johnson, of Kilsyth, Scotland; Jeanette (John) Nunnery, of Paisley, Scotland; Linda (Arthur) O'Malley, of Paisley, Scotland; and John Adam (Caroline), of Paisley, Scotland.
Sadly missed by many nieces, nephews, great nieces and a great nephew.
Visitation was held at the Davey-Linklater Funeral Home, Kincardine from on
Memorial donations to the Canadian Cancer Society, Kincardine Hospital Foundation or the V.O.N. Grey Bruce would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy. Portrait and memorial available on-line at www.daveylinklaterfuneralhome.com.
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.
Visitation for Louis Tusz will be held Friday, Dec. 11 from at the Davey Linklater Funeral Home,
A memorial service will be held at the
Memorial donations to the London Health Sciences Centre or to the