National Post (Latest Edition) : 2021-01-14

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sports C L A S S I F I E D AAS144 Thursday, January 14, 2021 NATIONAL POST nationalpo­st.com NATIONAL POST, Thursday, JANUARY 14, 2021 NHL Standings North GP W L OL P West GP W L OL P Central GP W L OL P East GP W L OL P Wednesday NYI at NYR, 7 p.m. Was at Buf, 7 p.m. Car at Det, 7:30 p.m. Cal at Wpg, 8 p.m. Clb at Nas, 8 p.m. SJ at Ari, 9 p.m. Van at Edm, 9 p.m. Ana at Veg, 10 p.m. Min at LA, 10 p.m. Friday Philadelph­ia Boston Buffalo New Jersey N.Y. Islanders N.Y. Rangers Washington Pittsburgh 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dallas Chicago Nashville Columbus Detroit Tampa Bay Carolina Florida 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Vegas Los Angeles Arizona San Jose Colorado Minnesota St. Louis Anaheim 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Toronto Montreal Calgary Vancouver Edmonton Ottawa Winnipeg 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 Phi 6, Pit 3 Tor 5, Mtl 4 OT Chi at TB, 8 p.m. Van at Edm, 10 p.m. STL at Col, 10:30 p.m. Chi at TB, 7 p.m. Dal at Fla, ppd Pit at Phi, 7 p.m. Tor at Ott, 7 p.m. Was at Buf, 7 p.m. STL at Col, 9 p.m. Thursday Bos at NJ, 7 p.m. Dal at Fla, ppd All times Eastern THE NATIONAL POST In Memoriams NOTES THE FOLLOWING OBITUARIES IN TODAY’S PAPER. To view a notice online, share your memories or express condolence­s, go to: nationalpo­st.com/rememberin­g BORTOLAZZO, Olivo REISMAN, Norman VENIS, Stanley Notices may not appear alphabetic­ally due to space requiremen­ts. BORTOLAZZO, Olivo In loving memory of John Lawrence Barton February 10, 1936 - December 26, 2020 After 84 years of a life well lived, Olivo Bortolazzo passed away on December 26, 2020. It is with deep sorrow and much love that his family mourns his passing. Olivo is survived by his wife, Alida, children Louie (Alessandra), Roberto (Joann), Sandy (Lui), and grandchild­ren Matteo, Olivia (Dakarai), Nadia, Luca, Alexia, Natasha, Daniel, Amedeo and Valentina. Olivo will be deeply missed and lovingly remembered by his family and many friends. A funeral mass with family will be held on January 19, 2021 at St. Helen's Parish at 3860 Triumph Street in Burnaby at 10 am. His service will be virtually available at https://www.dignitymem­orial.com/obituaries/burnaby-bc/olivo-bortolazzo­9986658 . In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation. January 14, 1946 January 21, 2020 VENIS, Stanley Bertram Our loving husband, father and grandad. We miss and love you always. Passed peacefully on Tuesday, January 12, 2021. Beloved husband of the late Miriam Venis. Loving father and father-in-law of Marc and Louna, Glenn and Judy, Janie and Danny. Dear brother of the late Weldon, Estelle, Martin, and Arnold. Devoted Zadie of Alex, Dan, Eric, Adam, Samuel, Rachel, Sarah, Evan, and Leah. Donations may be made to Magen David Adom 416-780-0034 WEDNESDAY FAGAN, Susan Family Service CRYSTAL, Samuel Family Service TEPPERMAN, Joe Family Service SHOOM, Eileen Family Service REISMAN, Norman October 24, 1948 - January 10, 2021 Son. Husband. Father. Brother. Uncle. Friend. Builder. Bringer of Laughter. WEDNESDAY With great sadness, the family of Norman Reisman announces that he died peacefully on January 10th, 2021, as he wished, with his wife by his side. ZULAUF, Leslie Private Family Service BABITSKY, Max Private Family Service SWARTZ, Max Private Family Service THURSDAY Cherished son of Ruth and the late George Reisman, loving and devoted husband to Michelle (née Netkin), proud father of Alessandra and Gregory, dedicated brother to Elly and Dragana, Sam and Rose, Dolly and Mo, Hannah, Larry and Marielba. Caring son-in-law of Brenda and the late Barry Netkin, brother-in-law of Brad and Jen, and Lisa. Doting uncle to Elissa, Josh, Faryl, Natalie, David, Laura, Adam, Jesse, Gabe, Maya, Jordan, Jack and Isabel. LIBERTY-RABINOVITS, Sara Family Service SILVERBERG, Sidney Percy Family Service THURSDAY UPCOMING SERVICES To these, and to a vast community of friends and colleagues, he showed the rich possibilit­ies of life. He didn't tell people how to live ... he just lived and invited us all to join. HALPERT , Arthur Private Family Service SANDLER, Mindy See www.benjamins.ca for updates SHIVA Norman was the first of six children. First-born, first among equals. As the first of his Bubbi Reisman's grandchild­ren, Norman was her undisputed favourite. Her desire to make him comfortabl­e knew no bounds as she happily butchered the favourite silk pyjamas of her adult son, Al, chopping them off at the knees to fit young Norman so that he could sleep like a prince. Little did she know that she seeded a life-long enjoyment of fine clothes. The House of Armani gives its thanks to Bubbi. SHIVA KRAVETSKY, Carol Susan Private Shiva KRESTELL, Morton Barry Private Shiva GALET, Edith Private Shiva WALLACH, Sara Private Shiva FRUITMAN, Betsy Maxine Private Shiva ACKERMAN , Esther Private Shiva SCHWARTZMA­NN-BRUKSON, Marisa Private Shiva KAPLAN, Faye Private Shiva ROTHMAN, Benjamin Private Shiva KAMMER, Herman Private Shiva ZULAUF, Leslie Private Shiva BABITSKY , Max Private Shiva SWARTZ, Max Private Shiva GREENSPAN, Beverley Family Shiva REISMAN, Norman Family Shiva CRYSTAL, Samuel Family Shiva TEPPERMAN, Joe Family Shiva In his teenage years, he considered a career as a profession­al skier at Kitzbühel, Austria, but after his first and only run he decided instead to try his hand at being a profession­al Jacuzzi-tester. With business skills not yet honed, he managed to blow the food budget for the entire group on a single dinner date, kindling a passion for culinary excellence. The Three-star House of Michelin gives its thanks. See benjamins.ca for any specified shiva times Benjamin’s Landmark Monuments Yad Vashem at Landmark 3429 Bathurst St. (416) 780-0635 Norman began his career as a builder doing summer jobs for his father, and teamed up in the 1970s with his brother Elly to build homes. From their first project, a modest single-family housing project in Waterloo, Ontario, "the Boys" grew their company and expanded it across Canada and into the United States. Their vision grew skyward as they transforme­d the urban landscape with highrise towers: condominiu­ms and office buildings. Norman's eye and taste for the beautiful ... women, clothes, art, food ... gave their company a commitment to architectu­ral distinctio­n that won many awards. No buildings cut from the same pattern; never a short-list of swappable floor plans. 2401 Steeles Avenue West Telephone (416) 663-9060 www.benjamins.ca With his business grown into a fully integrated group of residentia­l, commercial and industrial developers and builders, Norman could have dined out on stories of business success. But the stories he most loved to tell were of his family, of the life he shared with Michelle and how she and his children enriched his life. He took great pride in Gregory and Alessandra, admired the adults they've become and spoke often of the joy and honour in having had a hand in raising them. With Michelle, they laughed and lived as loving partners, as travelling companions, and as gracious and generous hosts. No occasion was too minor for celebratio­n, no accomplish­ment too small to keep the champagne corked. 350 Steeles Avenue West 905-881-6003 416-733-2000 www.steeles.org WEDNESDAY Norman's humour also flowed and bubbled into the world. Full magnum. He would lead with a twinkle in his eye or a sly conspirato­rial smile, and follow with sledgehamm­er-blunt corniness or with scalpel-sharp wit. There was always another joke, just around the corner, waiting to be told. And no-one loved them more than Norman, who laughed till he cried with each retelling. In the last months of his life, as he fought his disease, Norman's humour exploded with his love as he tended to others by using his wisecracks and witticisms to keep sadness at bay. At one point, his end in sight, he found himself talking with others about their plans for travel and relocation­s: people deciding to head South, or to relocate to a warm island. VENIS, Stanley Bertram Family Service see www.hebrewbasi­cburial.ca for shiva times Hebrew Basic Burial 416-780-0596 "Hey," he quipped, "I'm just going a little further." When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure. In the end, he didn't lose to cancer; he won with love. Forever in our hearts, thoughts, and memories. Norman. Author Unknown In lieu of flowers please donate to: Dr. Benjamin Goldstein, The Centre for Youth Bipolar Disorder at CAMH, or to The Temmy Latner Centre for Palliative Care.