The last of card par­ties for spring

Stanstead Journal - - LEN NOXVILLE NEWS - Ayer's Cliff

The­last of the card Par­ties for this spring was held on March 10th at the Royal Cana­dian Legion Br.128 Ayer’s Cliff. Cards were played at 5 ta­bles. Even though we were low in num­bers, ev­ery­one had a great time. Scores were added up with Is­abel Nel­son (5700) win­ning ladies high. Louise Peasly (5280) took home ladies 2nd. Gents high went to Royce Wal­lace (6600). John Kent (6080) claimed gents 2nd. The Skunk prize went to Mer­rill Gre­nier. John Kent won the 9-no-trump prize. We were very lucky to have one gent play as a lady for us. His name was changed for to­day from Len to Katie. Thanks Katie. Door prizes went to the fol­low­ing - Mar­ion Cox, Mer­rill Gre­nier, Karen Pat­ter­son, Linda Grenon, Elvera Pat­ter­son, Deb­bie Smith, Jack Kimp­ton, Gayle Gre­nier, Jean Martin, Ernest Kirby, Len Swal­low, Bar­bara Gosselin, Casey Vriensendorp, Les­lie Bliss, Ge­orge Peasley, Vicky White, Alan Bul­lock, Is­abel Nel­son, Louise Peasley, and Royce Wal­lace. Spe­cial Prizes went to Is­abel Nel­son, Mar­ion Cox, John Kent, Gayle Gre­nier, Elvera Pat­ter­son, Char­lene Jo­hann, Casey Vriensendorp, Vicky White, Mer­rill Gre­nier, Len Swal­low, Sue Fletcher, and Dyanne Saanum. A sec­ond set of prizes were given to Casey Vriensendorp, Sue Fletcher, Ge­orge Peasley, Ben Knapp, Jack Kimp­ton, Len Swal­low, Char­lene Jo­hann, and John Kent. On be­half of the Legion we would like to thank each and ev­ery­one of you who came out to make these par­ties a suc­cess. We would like to thank Les­lie & Ethel Bliss, Casey Vriensendorp, Is­abel Nel­son, Jean Martin, and Gayle & Mer­rill Gre­nier for donat­ing food or Prizes to us. A spe­cial Thanks goes out to the Stanstead Jour­nal & Sher­brooke for print­ing our write-ups. To close off our day, ev­ery­one sang “Happy Birth­day” to Len Swal­low (Katie) and wished him many more.

Deb­bie Smith

– Passed away at the CHUS Fleu­ri­mont on March 30th, 2014, at the age of 56. Dear son of the late Paul Tel­lier and the late Rita Groleau. Cher­ished hus­band of Françoise Guillemette and ador­ing fa­ther of; Eric Garneau (An­dréanne Courte­manche), Pas­cal Garneau (Joanna Dés Près) and Nathalie Garneau (Kevin Spooner). Pre­cious grand­fa­ther of; Josh, Matt, Shawn, Keira and the late Nathan. Mar­tial will also be sadly missed by his broth­ers-in-law and sis­ters-in-law; Ger­maine (Fer­nand), Clé­ment (Denise), Her­man (Ré­jeanne), Roger (Lu­cie), Diane, Jean-Marc (Jo­hanne), Angêle (Bruno), François (Ni­cole) and Mario (Nancy); brother in law of the late Benoit and the late Robert (Denise). He also leaves many nieces, neph­ews, aunts and friends. Rest­ing at the

Cass Fu­neral Home 545 Duf­ferin Stanstead on Fri­day, April 4th, 2014 where friends and fam­ily may come to visit from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m., also on Satur­day, April 5th, from 9 a.m. un­til de­par­ture at the Sa­cred Heart Church Stanstead at 10:45 a.m., where the fu­neral mass will be held at 11 a.m. As a trib­ute to his mem­ory, do­na­tions made to the Kid­ney Foun­da­tion of Canada, 2300 Boul., Rene-Levesque Ouest, Mon­treal, Qc, H3H 9Z9, would be greatly ap­pre­ci­ated by the fam­ily.

– It is with heavy hearts that the Va­chon fam­ily an­nounces the pass­ing of one of its bright lights, Charles Irvin (Chuck), the youngest of three sons born to Dorothy Sisco and the late Everett on May 31st, 1952. He is sorely missed by his beloved wife and best friend Suzanne (née Dupuis), his lov­ing broth­ers Derek (Eleonore) and David (Sylvia), his most cher­ished niece and neph­ews Karen, Stephan, Marc Va­chon and Jordan Dupuis, and by his con­stant ca­nine com­pan­ions, Gra­cie and Chance. Chuck is fondly re­mem­bered by many aunts, un­cles, and cousins, by his life-long friend, Barry Mil­ti­more, and by many other friends and his col­leagues at Na­tional De­fense. Wickedly funny, cu­ri­ous, and in­tel­li­gent, he is re­mem­bered as a gen­tle spirit, a lover of mu­sic, and an avid reader. The fam­ily ex­tends its grat­i­tude to the med­i­cal and nurs­ing staff at the Ot­tawa Hospi­tal Cancer Cen­ter, and the pal­lia­tive sup­port team at Ot­tawa’s Cham­plain Com­mu­nity Ac­cess Cen­ter. In com­pli­ance with his wishes, there will be no visi­ta­tion or fu­neral ser­vice. Cre­ma­tion has been en­trusted to CAP­I­TAL FU­NERAL HOME & CEME­TERY, Ot­tawa, On­tario. On­line con­do­lences may be made at www.cap­i­talmemo­ If you wish to do­nate in Chuck’s mem­ory, please con­sider your lo­cal Hu­mane So­ci­ety, the Col­orec­tal Cancer Foun­da­tion, or a char­ity of your choice. A pri­vate me­mo­rial will take place at a later date.

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