Collard Alice Pearl
Kelly, Evelyn Luella
Passed away in Welland, Ontario on April 22,2019. Evelyn Luella Kelly previously of Kemptville, Ontario in her 89th year. Beloved wife of 60 years to the late Robert (Bob) Kelly. Dear mother of Charles Kelly (Rodica), Patricia Baker (Gordon) and Jeffrey Kelly (Krystyna). Cherished “Nanny” (Grandma) to Heather, Phillip, Valerie, Kimberley, Bradley, Steven and Jasmine. Great “Nanny” to Cecilia Kelly Baker. Dear sister to Dwight (Helen). Predeceased by her brothers Orville and Floyd and sisters Lillian and Orlean. Friends are invited to the South Gower Cemetery on Saturday April 27th for a 12 noon interment. A service is to follow at St. Johns United Church in Kemptville at 1:00P.M. Those who wish may make donations in memory of Evelyn to the Alzheimer Society Canada Research or to St. Johns United Church in Kemptville. Thankyou to the staff at Royal Rose for the care given to Evelyn the last 2 years. Your care and support was greatly appreciated and always will be remembered. You always made our mom and Nanny feel special.
FROLICK, Dorothy Ann (nee Nicholson)
Passed away peacefully at Albright Manor on Friday, April 19, 2019 in her 93rd year. Predeceased by her beloved husband of 58 years, William (2003). Daughter of the late Frank and Dorothy (VanAlstine) Nicholson of Chatham. Dear sister of the late Edwin (late Dorothy) Nicholson of Collingwood, Helen (late William) Glassco of Chatham and Frances (late Harold) O’Brien of London. Loving mother of James (Diana) of Welland and Nancy (Ralph) Freure of Wellandport. Proud grandmother of Chris (Lisa) Freure and Tom (Katie) Freure. Blessed with 7 great grandchildren, Nathan, Maddie and Anna Freure and Juliette, Adam, Mark and Ellie Freure….the joy of her life.
In 1944, Dorothy arrived in Fenwick, on the train from Chatham, to work for the YWCA Farm Service Force as a farmerette at Clemens Camp as part of the war effort. Here, she met and married William. After a 5 week summer course at London Teacher’s College, she taught school at S.S. 5 Chantler (a one room schoolhouse) & S.S.9 (E.W. Farr Memorial School) for 8 years. She was Secretary of Pelham Township Police Force followed by Civilian Member of the Niagara Region Police Force until her retirement in 1990. Dorothy has been a 73 year member of Fenwick United Church, past president and life member of UCW; past Noble Grand of Maple Crest Rebekah Lodge; member of Pelham Senior Citizens, and Rose City Senior’s Velvetone Choir and church choir. Dorothy loved to travel, sew, knit, bake and look after her home and gardens.
Our most sincere thanks and appreciation to the nurses and staff at Albright Manor for the love, friendship, exceptional care and compassion they gave Mom.
Visitation at Lampman Funeral Home, 724 Canboro Road, Fenwick on Tuesday, April 23, 2019 from 6-9p.m. Funeral Service held on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at 11 a.m. in the sanctuary of Fenwick United Church, 1050 Church St., Fenwick followed by Interment at Hillside Cemetery, Ridgeville and luncheon in the church hall.
In lieu of flowers, a donation in Dorothy’s memory to Albright Manor Foundation, Beamsville or Fenwick United Church would be appreciated.
Rice, David Gordon passed away peacefully at Lookout Ridge on March 28, 2019, in his 76th year. Lovingly remembered by his sons Brian (Cherylanne) Rice and Phillip (Ann McKenna) Rice and his four grandchildren. Missed by his brothers Tom (Mary Lou) and Paul. Predeceased by his wife Margaret and his parents Gordan and Francis.
Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the LAMPMAN FUNERAL HOME, 728 Canboro Road, Fenwick. As per David’s wishes, cremation has taken place and a celebration of life will be announced at a later date. The family would like to thank the 1st and 3rd floor staff at Lookout Ridge for their care and compassion for David during his stay. In lieu of flowers, donations to Lookout Ridge Retirement Home would be appreciated by the family.
Lopinski Severyn Sam
Mary Elizabeth McNiven – Born December 30, 1924. Passed away peacefully at Heritage Green Nursing Home in Stoney Creek, Ontario on Friday March 22, 2019 in her 95th year. Loving mom to Donald McNiven (Sue), Robert McNiven (Judy) and Marlene (McNiven) Morton (Byron). Grandchildren Michelle (Brad) Brenneman, Chris McNiven (Jennifer), Mathew McNiven (Naomi), Jessie DaCosta (Alex) and Stacey Morton. Great Grandchildren Daniel Brenneman, Caitlin Brenneman, Ryan Brenneman, Liam McNiven, Drew McNiven, Ava DaCosta, Gabriel DaCosta, Liam Butler, Josiah Cardozo. Survived by sister Eileen Traver and sisters in law Jean Bossert and Della Traver. Predeceased by her husband Rev. Andrew McNiven. Thankyou to all the Heritage Green nursing staff for taking such good care of our mom. Funeral service will be held at the Boyle Brethren in Christ Church on Tuesday March 26th at 12:00P.M. Interment at Maple Lawn Cemetery in Wainfleet to follow. Visitation will take place at the church from 10:00 until 11:45.
Quigley, Gordon Henry passed away peacefully at Millennium Trail Manor on February 28, 2019 at the age of 95. Loving husband to Sylvia for 66 years. Cherished father to Keith (MaryAnne) Quigley, Betty (Marty Glabb) Stolk-Glabb, Ben (Kate) Quigley, Kathy (Tom) Keenan and Patricia Quigley. Missed by his grandchildren Eileen and Kaitlyn Quigley, Skylar (Laura) and Travis (Janice) Stolk, Paige (MJ) Glabb-Lafleche, Farrah Glabb, Holly Keenan, and great-grandson Benjamin Stolk. Predeceased by his brothers and sisters Hazel, Franklin “Bud”, Velma and Jack.
Gordon was born and raised in Beamsville. He and his brothers inherited their father’s plumbing business when Gordon was a teen, and he continued to run the business for 26 years. Gordon enjoyed helping people by generously sharing his many construction, plumbing and mechanical skills. In 1960 he and Sylvia purchased a 100-acre farm in Pelham where they raised their family. Gordon started working at Cyanamid, where he was employed for 28 years until he retired in 1988. Gordon was a Mason at Ivy Lodge and longtime member of the Eastern Star. He was also a founding member of the North Pelham Youth Association, to which he donated the land for a community hall which he helped to build and maintain. He donated his skills to the North Pelham Presbyterian Church for many years. His family continue to enjoy the cottage he built in Port Severn. He passed along his love of all thing mechanical to his sons, and his love of animals to all 5 of his children.
The family would like to thank the staff at Millennium Trail Manor for their care and Ed Thompson for his long friendship and frequent visits. Family and friends will be received at LAMPMAN FUNERAL HOME, 724 Canboro Rd. Fenwick on Sunday, March 3 from 2-4pm and 7-9pm. A service to honour Gordon’s life will take place on Monday, March 4 at the North Pelham Presbyterian Church, 602 Metler Rd. Fenwick beginning at 11am. Donations to the North Pelham Youth Association or the North Pelham Presbyterian Church would be appreciated by the family.