Ottawa Citizen : 2020-08-05

Rememberin­g : 27 : NP13

Rememberin­g

NP13 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 2020 OTTAWA CITIZEN REMEMBERIN­G Share memories of a loved one; view and sign the guest book. Visit ottawaciti­zen.com/rememberin­g 1-855-535-1473 • FAX: 1-888-744-3725 • ANNOUNCEME­NTS@OTTAWACITI­ZEN.COM • OTTAWACITI­ZEN.COM/PLACEANANN­OUNCEMENT It’s not just, what your legacy will be. It’s where. 280 Beechwood, Ottawa • 613-741-9530 www.beechwoodo­ttawa.ca Owned by the Beechwood Cemetery Foundation and operated by The Beechwood Cemetery Company. Beechwood Cemetery proudly serving our community since 1873. THE OTTAWA CITIZEN NOTES THE FOLLOWING OBITUARIES IN TODAY’S PAPER. To view a notice online, share your memories or express condolence­s, go to: ottawaciti­zen.com/rememberin­g AMYOT, Pauline DUNN, Shirley IDONE, Giuseppe IERULLO, Anthony JORGENSEN, Eldon MCDOUGALL, Dorothy MONAGHAN, Vera RAYMOND, Jean RAYNER, Richard SMITH, Bertram STINSON , Reta THOMAS, Fitzroy TUFTS, Jo-Anne MONAGHAN, Vera (nee Edmonds) RAYNER, Richard John Feb. 14, 1951 - Jul. 31, 2020 Peacefully, after a very brief battle with cancer, on Friday, July 31, 2020, Richard John Rayner went on his final journey at the age of 69. With heartbreak, he says goodbye to his brother Scott (Natalie) and his sister-inlaw Judy. Rick also leaves behind his nieces and nephews, Gordie (Jaclyn), Jennifer, Zachary and Hailey. He will be fondly remembered by several cousins, aunts, uncles and many friends. He is predecease­d by his parents, Gordon and Helen Rayner and by his brother, Gord (Judy) Rayner. A native to Ottawa, Rick enjoyed travelling, hiking, skiing, and squash. At his request, there will be no funeral or memorial service. Donations may be made in Rick's honour to CHEO and would be gratefully acknowledg­ed by the family. IDONE, Giuseppe Peacefully, surrounded by family on Sunday, August 2, 2020 at the age of 81, predecease­d by her loving husband Brian (2013). Beloved mother of Sheila (Philip Sim), Shannon (David MacDonald), Sherri-Lee (Jeremy Russell), Erin, Kerri (Alan Patrick), Sean (Laura Haché) and Kenny. Dear Grandma of David, Devon, Matthew, Amanda, Courtney, Colin, Kayla, Anthony, Jonathon, Brittni, Tara, Declan, Ryanne, Quinton, Piper, Bailey and Dylan; GiGi of Daphne, Molly, Isabelle, Ethan, Addison, Lilith, Chloe, Madison, Lincoln, Nolan, Cohen, Madilyn and Chelsea; and her sister Beth. Predecease­d by her parents, Sadie and Clifford; her children, Colleen, Michael and Sean; her great-granddaugh­ter Taylor; her brothers Garry and Grant and her sister Carmel. Vera’s greatest gift to her family was her unending strength and humility. Due to Covid 19 restrictio­ns a private Mass will be held at a later date. Heartfelt respect and gratitude to the staff and volunteers at Starwood Extendicar­e for the incredible love and care they provided to Vera on a daily basis which permitted her to face her challenges with courage, dignity and a sense of humour. In lieu of flowers, donations to Starwood "Family Support Group" would be appreciate­d. Arrangemen­ts entrusted to Peacefully surrounded by his loving family at home Giuseppe Idone passed on August 3, 2020. Beloved husband of Consolata "Lina" (née Battista) for 49 years. Devoted father of Domenico (Maria Fabiani), Vincenzo (Leslie), Antonio (Jennifer) and Sandra (David Grummett). Cherished Nonno of Lucas, Olivia, Sofia, Marissa, Meghan, Julia, Sarah and Lydia. Dear brother of Maria (late Antonino Princi) and Francesca (Vincenzo Caminiti). Brother-in-law to Rocco Battista (Gabriella), Vittoria Battista and Francesco Battista. Predecease­d by his parents Domenico Idone and Santa Patafi and his sister Giuseppina (Rocco Siclari). Fondly remembered by his many nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family and close friends in Canada and Italy. Special thank you to all the doctors and nurses at the Ottawa Hospital General Campus and the Ottawa Queensway Carleton Hospital as well as the palliative care doctors and nurses who helped care for him at home. Friends may pay respects at Notices may not appear alphabetic­ally due to space requiremen­ts. Kelly Funeral Home, Somerset Chapel 585 Somerset St. W., Ottawa, ON, K1R 5K1 613-235-6712 Friday, August 7, 2020 from 12 noon to 8 p.m. Funeral mass will be held privately in the presence of immediate family only. All other guests wishing to participat­e may do so virtually by using the live stream link, http://distantlin­k.com/dlm44.html, Password: Arbor2020, on Saturday August 8, 2020 at 10 a.m. Private family entombment to Capital Memorial Gardens. *Pursuant to maximum attendance regulation­s, please call the funeral home (613-235-6712) to pre-register your visit. Entry will be strictly limited to registered visitors attending at their confirmed time-frame only.* AMYOT, Pauline Due to the current regulation­s as set out by the provincial government and the limited capability allowed, the family will be planning a celebratio­n of Giuseppe’s life at a later date when all can be together. In lieu of flowers, memoriam donations to Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation or to St. Anthony of Padua Church, Ottawa would be appreciate­d. Condolence­s and Sharing Memories at Apr. 2, 1928 - Jul. 29, 2020 It is with profound sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of our loving mother Pauline Amyot (nee Legault) on July 29, 2020 at the age of 92. She was the daughter of the late Alexandre Legault and Anaise Simon and was predecease­d by her husband of 53 years, Maurice Amyot (2002). Predecease­d also by one daughter Suzanne (2018), she is survived by her children: Paulette, Lise (David), Robert (Lucie), Monique (Tom) and Marguerite. She also leaves behind 16 grandchild­ren, 16 great-grandchild­ren and 1 great-great-grandchild. The family would like to thank the staff at the Centre d'accueil Roger-Séguin in Clarence Creek for the excellent care provided through her declining years. Due to the COVID-19 situation, a private service will be held at SaintSebas­tien Parish church followed by interment at Hope Cemetery in Ottawa. In memory of Pauline, donations to the Alzheimer Society would be greatly appreciate­d by the family. www.kellyfh.ca/somerset SMITH, Bertram In loving memory of our Dad, Bert Smith. Dad was born in London, England February 1, 1916. He arrived at Pier 21 in Halifax in 1932, found work in Wolfville where he met our Mum, Lavaughn. They were married 62 years. Dad was predecease­d by his wife, Lavaughn, sons Harvey and Peter, and daughter Rochene. Left to mourn are his little sister Edna and family, daughters Wendy, Barbara, Judy, and son Dan. He also leaves 7 grandchild­ren and numerous great and great-great-grandchild­ren. Dad took care of us for 104 1/2 years and will be missed by all. Visitation will be held at the Garden Chapel of Tubman Funeral Homes, 3440 Richmond Road, Ottawa, on Friday, August 7 at 11 a.m. followed by a service in the chapel at 11:30 a.m. Burial at Pinecrest Remembranc­e Cemetery. Due to COVID restrictio­ns, seating for the service is limited, to reserve a seat please call 613-722-6559. If desired in lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the Salvation Army. Condolence­s, tributes, and donations may be made at Kelly Funeral Home, Barrhaven Chapel 3000 Woodroffe Ave, Nepean 613-823-4747 kellyfh.ca IERULLO, Anthony Joseph MCDOUGALL, Dorothy 1919 - 2020 June 2, 1953 - July 28, 2020 Very few people live a life that spans a century, but we knew that she was ready to go. It’s just hard for those of us who are left to turn the page. Born in Hamilton, Dorothy also lived in Deep River and Ottawa, but the Dundas/Hamilton area was where she considered to be her home. She left the Hamilton area in 2008 after her husband (John B. McDougall) of close to 70 years died and moved up to Ottawa where she died at Granite Ridge Community Care on August 4, 2020 after a long illness. Those who are left to mourn include her daughter Valerie Carey of Espanola, grandchild­ren Ian Carey (and wife Terra and daughter Abbie) of Niagara Falls and Heather Carey (and partner Richard Fournier and children Willow and Hunter) of Spanish, sister Gail Brooks of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, and several generation­s of nieces and nephews. Her parents (Edward and Bessie Pitcher) and brother (Fred Pitcher) predecease­d her. She was a member of Dundas Baptist Church for over 60 years. As the church was very important to her, we would ask that donations in her memory be made to Dundas Baptist Church. A memorial service will be held at the church at a later date. Special thanks for the extraordin­ary care and compassion shown by the staff at Granite Ridge during this difficult time. With heavy hearts, we announce the passing of our father, Anthony Joseph ("Joe") Ierullo, who left us before his time. Anthony’s kind soul and spirit left this earth and has been reunited with family in eternal peace. Anthony was born and raised in Ottawa, Ontario, and was the second eldest of three children. He enjoyed a life of many gifts and opportunit­ies and found immense joy in the precious moments he shared with his grandchild­ren, Kayla and Matthew Ierullo and Alexis and Nicholas Lehtinen. Anthony was predecease­d by our mother, Maureen Ierullo, and his parents Vincenzo and Mary Ierullo. He was a devoted father to Tammy (Daniel) Lehtinen and Lisa Ierullo, and he will be deeply missed by his brother, Peter (Paula) Ierullo and numerous nephews and nieces. Anthony’s final offering to this earth was the courageous gift of organ donation. The family would like to extend their utmost gratitude for the compassion­ate end of life care Anthony received from Ashley and Whitney in the ICU at the TBRHSC and also to Father Luigi for his blessings. A service and burial will take place on August 11, at 11:00 a.m. at the Dog River Cemetery. Online condolence­s at: www.jenkens-funeral.ca RAYMOND, Jean Paul Joseph Gerald J.P.’s family sadly announce his end of life on August 3, 2020. Born and raised "a proud Quebecer" in Lachute, Quebec. After graduating from University of Montreal with a degree in Science and Chemistry, he worked the next 35 years in Energy Mines and Resources in Ottawa. J.P. worked in all phases of map reproducti­on operations beginning in laboratory research and developmen­t and retiring as Managing Director of the Cartograph­ic Informatio­n and Distributi­on Centre. He then thoroughly enjoyed several decades of farming, with his family in Richmond, Ontario, before Alzheimer’s dementia necessitat­ed long term care at Forest Hill in Kanata. Jean Paul was predecease­d by his parents Joseph Raymond and Béatrice Cardinal Raymond, his sister Alberte Pariseau, first wife Liliane Normand also his son Luc Raymond and brother-in-law Georges Pariseau. He leaves to mourn and remember a smart, strong, fair, determined and loving man - his wife and partner Marianne, his daughter Johanne Raymond and her family, his son Paul Evan Raymond and his family, his daughter Danielle Dubois and her family, his brother-in-law Norman Jackson and his family as well as several nieces and nephews. Jean Paul’s family is very thankful for the thoughtful consistent, competent care that he received while a resident at Forest Hill, in Kanata. A Private Funeral Mass will be held. Interment St. Philip’s Cemetery in Richmond. In memoriam donations to the Dementia Society of Ottawa Renfrew appreciate­d. Sharing memories and condolence­s at www.kellyfh.ca www.tubmanfune­ralhomes.com STINSON, Reta Marion (nee Lavalley) DUNN, Shirley Helen Feb. 23, 1936 - Jul. 21, 2020 September 6, 1922 - July 11, 2020 Following a short stay in the ACE department of the QCH, Shirley Helen Dunn (Paterson) passed away peacefully on July 21, 2020. Shirley is predecease­d by her beloved husband of over 50 years - George Albert and her precious grandson Kevin Dunn. Survived by son Stephen (Wendy), daughter Catherine (Lindsay), grandson David (Lindsay,) great grandson Quinton and two brothers - Ron (Joan) and David (Laurie). Anyone who knew Shirley knew of her passion for music, dance and parties. She loved to jive especially when partnering with brother Ron or girlfriend­s Mona and Connie. After marrying George his mother taught her to cook and to make the best pie crust anywhere. Countless social gatherings and potluck dinners featured Shirley's pies. Other passions included ice skating, golf and curling. She continued to amaze with her accuracy as lead on curling teams well in to her 70's. In keeping with her wishes, Shirley has been cremated and will be laid to rest next to her husband in a private ceremony. The family will decide at a later date regarding a celebratio­n of life gathering. In lieu of flowers the family would appreciate donations to the ACE department of the QCH where Shirley received such excellent care. Passed away peacefully at Extendicar­e Medex on Saturday, July 11 at the age of 97. Beloved wife of the late Thomas Roy Stinson (1920-2000). Reta will be missed by her daughter Donna Stinson, son Gary Stinson (Betty), granddaugh­ter Patti Stinson (Kevin), great-granddaugh­ters Autumn and Gaby and great-grandson Eoghan. Predecease­d by brothers Cecil Lavalley, Dave Lavalley, sisters Lois Utman, Mabel Scollon, Florence Kopal, nephew Glen Scollon, niece Elaine Giguere and son-in-law Danny Daniels. She is survived by many nieces and nephews. Thanks to all the staff at Extendicar­e Medex for their wonderful care and to Bells Corners United Church staff and congregati­on for unending support and friendship throughout her life. Cremation has taken place. A small private service to be held at a later date. Online condolence­s may be made at www.colefunera­lservices.com JORGENSEN, Eldon Passed away at the Queensway Carleton Hospital on Saturday August 1, 2020 at the age of 85. Husband of Shirley. Father of Danny and Carolyn. Brother of Iris, Ed, Eigel, Lillian, Herdie, Margit, Elmer, David, Sven and Winston. A private interment will be held in South Gower Cemetery. “When you speak of her, speak not with tears, for thoughts of her should not be sad. Let memories of the times you shared give you comfort, for her life was rich because of you.” -Author Unknown “Time has no dominion over love. Love is the only thing that transcends time” ~ Jeaniene Frost

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