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AUSTIN WILLIAM NOAKES
NOAKES, Austin William – a resident of Barrie Island, passed away as a result of an accident on Tuesday, February 26, at the age of 55 years. He was born in Britainville, son of the late Clarence and Martha (Lewis) Noakes and had lived all of his life in the area, the past 21 years on Barrie Island. Austin worked in the wood business all of his life and could be seen riding his three-wheeler whenever he had the time. He had a terrific sense of humour which will be sadly missed by all of those who knew him. Beloved husband of the former Gloria Mervyn and loving father of Sandra and son-in-law Dave Borton of Sudbury, and Mervyn at home. Lovingly remembered by three grandchildren Judith, William and Jennifer. One sister Joan Robinson was predeceased. Visitors were received at the Turner Funeral Home on Thursday. The funeral service was conducted at the funeral home on Friday at 11 am with Reverend Iain Macdonald officiating. Spring interment in Gordon Cemetery. In remembrance donations to the charity of your choice would be appreciated.
Uncited Obituary
Transcribed by Roberta Clark

[EMMA NOAKES]

Mrs. T. Noakes
Death came to Mrs. T. Noakes on Wednesday, Oct. 6, after an illness of over eighteen months. A year ago she had an operation for cancer, but although it gave her relief at the time in a few months the pain and suffering commenced again, and for the last four months Mrs. Noakes has been weakening until death claimed her.
The deceased was born in Markham in April, 1851. In January, 1869, she married Mr. John Conner of Osprey, Ont. where they lived a few months before moving to Collingwood where they made their home for a number of years. They then lived on Cockburn Island for nine years and in Gore Bay until Mr. Conner’s death in 1904. In 1905 she married Mr. T. Noakes who survives her. Three daughters and five sons are also left; Mrs. Alex Thorn of Westmoor, Sask; Mrs. Steve Hall of Steveville, Alta.; Mrs. L. Coleman of Mount Pleasant, Mich; John Conner of Nelson, B.C.; Wm. Chas. And Sam Conner of Steveville, Alta; and Fred of Owen Sound.
The funeral was held in All Saints; Church on Friday afternoon, Oct. 8. The remains were laid to rest in the Gordon cemetery beside her first husband and her son, Albert, who died in November, 1905.
The Recorder, Gore Bay, Thursday, October 14, 1920
Transcribed by Marilyn Irish

Died
Noakes-At Gore Bay, on Friday, November 13th, Timothy Noakes, in his 91st year. Funeral took place on Sunday, November 15th, to Long Bay cemetery.
Uncited Obituary - Source: Dorothy Hopkins Addison
Transcribed by Marilyn Irish

AGNES NOBLE
On Saturday, September 30th, 1944, after a lengthy illness, patiently borne, Agnes Noble passed away at her home in Bidwell.
Born in Scotland (Shetland Islands), in the year 1870, coming to Canada in early childhood. In 1891 she married Wm. John Noble of Markdale, taking up residence on Manitoulin Island shortly afterwards, where she spent the remainder of her life.
Respected by all who knew her, she was an active member of the United Church as long as health permitted. Her cheerful disposition and kindly interest in all church and community activities was an inspiration to all who had the privilege of knowing her.
Predeceased by her husband less than two years ago and one daughter Nina (Mrs. Reid Moggy), ten years ago. She leaves to mourn her loss four sons, two daughters and thirteen grand-children. James (son) of Limehouse, Ontario; Mrs. Charles Merideth (Tessie) of Limehouse; Mrs. Herb Orr (Ruby) of Sheguiandah, Ontario; Gladden of Manitowaning; Lorne of Sudbury and Wesley on the homestead. Two brothers, Robert of B.C., George of Sheguiandah; two sisters (Margaret) Mrs. Eustace of Edmonton, Alberta, and (Janie) Mrs. Dan Trimmer of Clover Valley.
Funeral service was held at her home on Monday, October 2, 1944, at 2 p.m., all her family being present. Service was conducted by her pastor, The Rev. G. Ball, whose impressive message was a solace to the bereaved family. A solo, “Crossing the Bar”, beautifully rendered by Mrs. Ball, was much appreciated. Hymns chosen were: “Rock of Ages”, “Breath on Me Breath of God” and “Blest be the tie that binds.”
The many friends attending the service and beautiful floral tributes showed the esteem in which Mrs. Noble was held.
Interment at Green Bay cemetery.
Pall-bearers were: Wm. Chatwell, Thomas a. Morrow, Wm. McCauley, Fred Smith, Bob Hembruff and Tom Morrow.
Flowers: Wreaths from: Mr. and Mrs. Lorne Noble and family, Ruby, Joyce and Lois; Reid Moggy and family. Sprays: Gertie, Gladden and boys, Wes and Ella, George and Etta, Dan and Janie, Clover Valley W.A., Bidwell school children, United Church of Sheguiandah, Bessie, Fred and Elie, George Chatwell’s and Pennies.
Uncited Obituary.

ALMA BERYL NOBLE
In loving memory of Alma Noble, a resident of Gore Bay and formerly of Elliot Lake and Silver Water, died at the Manitoulin Lodge on Saturday, July 21, 2001 at the age of 85 years.
He was born in Robinson Township, June 17, 1916, son of the late Harry and Bertha (Steele) Noble. Alma had served overseas in the armed forces for four years, with the 'Happy Walkers.' He had worked in fisheries, steel plant and worked in the bush lumbering. He had a variety of interests, including gardening, crafts, carpentry, wood lathe and hunting and fishing. Alma's greatest love was his family, and spending time with them. His love and love of life will be sadly missed but many memories will be cherished.
Dear loved husband of Dorine (Fowler) Noble; loving father of Lorraine Robinson of Vancouver and son-in-law Chris Robinson of Gore Bay, Florence and her husband David Folz of Elliot Lake and Lloyd Noble and his wife Debbie of Prince George, BC. Loved grandfather of Jennifer, Tyler, Doryell, Wyatt, Nicholas, Angela and Steven, and great-grandchildren Jordan, Jolisa, Kayla, Emily and Noah. Dear brother of Ruby Whitely of Los Angeles. Predeceased by brothers Golden, Garnet and Jasper and sisters Opal and Madeline.
Friends called at the Culgin Funeral Home. The funeral service was held in the Wm. G. Turner Chapel on July 25, 2001 with Pastor Lyle Dewar officiating. Interment in Silver Lake Cemetery. If so desired, donations may be made to the charity of your choice. Arrangements entrusted to the Culgin Funeral Home 705-282-2270.
Manitoulin Expositor, July 25, 2001

ANNA MAY NOBLE
In loving memory of Anna May Noble, September 9, 1909 - January 20, 2008, who died peacefully at the Manitoulin Health Centre on Sunday morning at the age of 98. Predeceased by husband Donald Noble (1988). Loved mother of Anne Houston (husband Gary) of Almonte, Noreen Parkinson (Blake St. Jacques) of Little Current, son-in-law Wesley Parkinson (predeceased). Cherished grandmother of Heather Lang (Glenn Kubian), Lianne Lang (Jason Stevens), Rob Houston (Nathaly), Kelly Parkinson (predeceased), Darren Parkinson. Special great grandmother of Erin & Haley Kubian, Anna Stevens, Mackenzie & Wade Houston. Dear sister of Willard & wife Sadie Carlisle (both predeceased), Evelyn (predeceased) & husband Ken Murray. Remembered by nieces and nephews. Family & friends will gather to celebrate Anna's life at 11 am on Thursday, January 24, 2008 at Island Funeral Home. Rev. Faye Stevens officiating.
Manitoulin Expositor, January 23, 2008

ARDEN FRANCIS NOBLE
In loving memory of Arden Noble June 15, 1913 - April 29, 2006, a resident of the Manitoulin Lodge and formerly Gordon Township, died at the Lodge on Saturday, April 29, 2006 at the age of 92 years.
He was born in Gordon Township, son of the late Russell James and Lydia Jane (Johnson) Noble, and had farmed in Gordon all his life. About 1980, Arden retired from farming. Not sure how he would spend his time, Arden was convinced that spending some time at B & J's for coffee would help pass the time. Soon Arden was a familiar site at the restaurant, and in time had his own table, with his name on it. He will be remembered for enjoying hunting and fishing. He enjoyed his hobbies so much, he sometimes would pursue this pastime out of season. Arden loved his farm, and his animals. He worked hard all his life at a job he truly enjoyed. He did much custom work for area farmers and was always interested in what other farmers were doing. After retirement, he still enjoyed going for rides to see the cattle, especially at Floyd Walkers.
Dearly loved husband of Gurtie (Fogal) Noble and loving and loved father of Gloria Haner, husband Murray of Mindemoya; Elva Carter, husband Don of Gore Bay and Charles Noble, wife Linda of Thorold. Predeceased by infant son Emerson in 1945. Proud grandfather of Daphne Keller, husband Scott; Allen Haner, wife Stacy; Brian Carter, wife Ginette; Darren Carter, wife Lisa and Amanda and Tammy Noble; and great grandchildren Lindsay, Ryan, Kelsie, Benjamin, Christopher, Ty, Reece, Izabella and Ashley. Dear brother of Helen N. Fogal of Gore Bay and brother in law of Florence Noble of Little Current. Predeceased by sisters Alena St. Jacques and Margaret Sloss and brothers Harry and Ivan Noble. Also survived by many nieces and nephews.
Friends called at the Culgin Funeral Home on Monday from 10 - 11 a.m. The funeral service was conducted in the Wm. G. Turner Chapel at 11.00 a.m. with Pastor Erwin Thompson officiating. Interment in Gordon Cemetery. If so desired, donations to the Manitoulin Lodge Auxiliary, the Mindemoya Hospital Auxiliary or the Gore Bay Medical Centre would be appreciated. Culgin Funeral Home 282-2270.
Manitoulin Expositor, May 17, 2006

CAROL ANN NOBLE
In loving memory of Carol Ann Noble, 61 years, who passed away Sunday, August 1, 2004 at Mindemoya Hospital.
She leaves behind her husband Stuart Noble, daughter and son-in- law Ann (nee Noble) and Rusty Auxier (in Mindemoya), son and daughter-in-law Adam Noble and wife Tammy (in Amherstburg, ON) as well as one grandson, Chance Auxier. She was the daughter of the Alden and Norma (nee Palmer) Williamson (both predeceased), and the eldest sister of Keith Williamson and wife Lynn (of B.C.), Paul Williamson (of Little Current), Ken Williamson and wife Joan (of Mindemoya), Doug Williamson (of Mindemoya), Janet VanWychen (Nee Williamson) and husband Peter (of London, ON), Donny Williamson and friend Darlene (of B.C.), and Susan Riching (nee Williamson) and friend Dave (of Whitefish Falls, ON). There will be a memorial service at Mindemoya Cemetery on September 4, 2004.
Manitoulin Expositor, August 4, 2004

DORINE BLANCHE NOBLE
In loving memory of Dorine Blanche Noble, November 10, 1928 - November 20, 2009. Dorine Noble, a resident of Gore Bay, passed away at the Manitoulin Lodge on Friday, November 20, 2009 at the age of 81 years. She was born and raised in Killarney Township, daughter of the late Francis and Winnifred (Roque) Fowler. Dorine loved her time in the outdoors, her vegetable garden, growing numerous potatoes and taking care of her flowers. She liked woodworking and listening to country and western music. Dorine was predeceased by her beloved husband Alma on July 21, 2001. She is survived by her two daughters Lorraine of Gore Bay and Florence and husband David Folz of Stayner and son Lloyd Noble and his wife Debbie of Prince George, B.C. Proud grandmother of Jennifer and John, Tyler, Doryell and Andrew, Wyatt and Kim, Nicholas and Laura, Angela and Steven and great grandchildren Jordan, Emily, Jade Lynn, Noah, Arianna, Jelissa, Ayriell and Kayla. She will be missed by her two sisters Marie Hall (Clint predeceased) of Gore Bay and Florence Noble (Harry predeceased) of Silver Water and three brothers Hubert Fowler of Toronto, Roland and Pauline Fowler of Silver Water and Gerald and Marion Fowler of Little Current. Dorine was predeceased by her two brothers Bill and Lloyd Fowler. Friends called at the Culgin Funeral Home, Gore Bay on Monday from 7 - 9 pm. The funeral service was conducted in the Wm. G. Turner Chapel of the funeral home on Tuesday, November 24, at 11 am with Mr. Lyle Dewar officiating. Interment in Silver Lake Cemetery. If so desired, donations to the Manitoulin Lodge Auxiliary or to the Cancer Society would be greatly appreciated by the family. Culgin Funeral Home, 282-2270.
Manitoulin Expositor, November 25, 2009

ECHO MARIAN NOBLE
In loving memory of Echo who fought for life for 15 days, waited to say goodbye to grandsons, then dying peacefully at London University Hospital on Monday, December 21, 2009 at the age of 77. Survived by devoted husband Borden Noble of Gore Bay. Loved by children John Noble (wife Joanna) of Providence Bay, Victor Noble (wife Cynda) of Evansville, Melanie (husband Bill Chatwell) of Evansville, and Natalie Payette of Gore Bay. Cherished by grandchildren Todd Noble, Echo Dee Noble (predeceased), John Graham, Ashley Noble, Logan Noble, Wade Noble, Summer Seguin, Courtney Lockyer, Cassidy, Patrick and Jenne Payette and will be missed by her six great-grandchildren Austen Noble, Kyle Noble, Dawson Noble, Ethan Graham, Tieren Noble-Stone, and Ryder Lockyer. Predeceased by her siblings Brad Felix (predeceased) (wife Joan surviving), Berna Felix (predeceased) and by Bordie's siblings Dorothy and Dave Strain (both predeceased), Bernice and Harvey Douglas (both predeceased), Lloyd (predeceased) and wife Ruby surviving, Harold and Rene Noble (both predeceased). Will always be remembered by many nieces and nephews. Echo worked side by side with Bordie in the furniture store, from the bookkeeping down to the deliveries. She was devoted to her whole family, a supportive wife, loving mother and a devoted Grama, generous to a fault to them all. Visitation was 7-9 pm Sunday, December 27, 2009 and the funeral service was at 11 am on Monday, December 28, 2009 both at Ice Lake Church. Burial at Gordon Cemetery. Arrangements with Island Funeral Home.
Manitoulin Expositor, January 6, 2010

NOBLE – Ella Noble (Stringer) beloved wife of Wesley Noble died at the home of Mrs. Ruby Cochrane Mindemoya, on Friday January 14, 1972 in her 70th year. She rested at the Tracy Funeral Home. Funeral service was from there on Monday, January 17th at 2 p.m. Interment was a Sheguiandah Elm View Cemetery.
Uncited Obituary
Transcribed by Roberta Clark

FLORENCE ALICE NOBLE
In Loving Memory of Florence Alice Noble, July 16, 1918 ˆ September 7, 2006.
Florence Noble, a resident of the Centennial Manor, Little Current, and formerly of Gore Bay, died at the Manitoulin Centennial Manor on Wednesday, September 7, 2006 at the age of 88 years. She was born in Gordon Township, daughter of the late William and Alice (Stevens) Grainger. Florence was a member of the Lyons Memorial United Church and had volunteered at the Manitoulin Lodge and was an active member of the Gordon Women's Institute. Florence was predeceased by her husband Harry William Johnson Noble in 1974. Dearly loved mother of Dorothy Buzzell of Sudbury (husband Stanley predeceased), and Stewart Noble of Mindemoya, (wife Carol predeceased) and the late William Noble. Loving grandmother of 8 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Dear sister of Walter Grainger of Gravenhurst and George Grainger (wife Doreen) of Espanola. Predeceased by sister Mary Orford and brother Jim. Also survived by many nieces and nephews.
Friends called at the Culgin Funeral Home from 10 - 11 a.m. on Saturday. The funeral service was conducted in the Wm. G. Turner Chapel at 11.00 a.m. with Pastor Erwin Thompson officiating. Interment in Gordon Cemetery. In remembrance, donations to the Mindemoya Hospital Auxiliary or the charity of your choice would be appreciated. Culgin Funeral Home 282-2270.
Manitoulin Expositor, September 13, 2006

FLOYD G. NOBLE
NOBLE, Floyd G. – At Manitoulin Health Centre on Sunday, March 10, 1996 Floyd G. Noble of Little Current in his 69th year. Floyd was born in Sheguiandah Township, son of the late Gladden Noble and Gertrude Noble (Moggy) of Little Current. He was employed with Inco Copper refinery for over 28 years, and retired in 1988. Beloved husband of Nola (Hughson) of Little Current. Dear father of Jill Varey (husband Blair), Janet Moore (husband Russ), Irving (wife Michelle) all of Little Current; Jeff (wife Lou) and Jackie Bouffard (husband David) both of Sudbury and Gina Madahbee (husband Rob) of Sucker Creek. Brother of Walter (wife Shirley) of Hamilton. Also loved by 12 grandchildren and five great grandsons. Rested at Eagleson Funeral Home Tuesday. Funeral service at Little Current United Church Wednesday, March 13 at 3 pm with Margaret Wood officiating. Interment in Hilly Grove Cemetery. Donations to Cancer Society or Little Current-Howland Museum gratefully appreciated. Arrangements by Eagleson Funeral Home Ltd., Little Current.
Uncited Obituary
Transcribed by Roberta Clark

GARNET HARRY NOBLE
In loving memory of Garnet Harry Noble on Friday, March 17, 2000 at Manitoulin Centennial Manor, age 92 years.
Born in Silverwater on January 20, 1908. Predeceased by his dear wife Hazel (nee Lewis). Remembered by sisters and brothers: Alma of Gore Bay and Ruby of California. Predeceased by Galden, Jasper, Opal, and Madeline. Uncle of many nieces and nephews.
Funeral service was held on Monday, March 20 at Island Funeral Home with Elder Vernon Robinson and Elder Madeleine Charlton officiating. Burial at Elmview Cemetery.
Arrangements in care of Island Funeral Home.
Manitoulin Expositor March 29, 2000

GERTRUDE (GERTIE) NOBLE
NOBEL, Gertrude (Gertie) – A resident of Little Current passed away at the Manitoulin Health Centre in Little Current on Tuesday March 26, 1996, at the age of 89 years. She was born in Bidwell Township, daughter of the late Joe and Mary Ann (Min) (Lockyer) Moggy. Gertie had worked as a housekeeper and waitress in Little Current at the Edgewater Inn, Highway Grill and Anchor Inn restaurants. She enjoyed reading, watching TV and long drives around the island, and was a member of the Little Current United Church. Surviving are dear friend and companion Sydney Connor. Loving mother of Walter and daughter-in-law Shirley Noble of Hamilton, and daughter-in-law Nola Noble of Little Current. Predeceased by son Floyd (1996). Dear and loving grandmother of Jill, Jeff, Janet, Irving, Gina, Jackie, Kevin and Mark, and great grandmother of Amber, Angela, Jennifer, Joanna, Jeffrey, Stacy, Carrie, Laura, Jacob, Dylan, Miranda and Evan, and great great grandmother of Steven, Shawn, Zackery, Dylan, and Nicholas. Dear sister of Nellie Size and Reid and Ruth Moggy, all of Little Current. Predeceased by brother Walter Moggy, brother-in-law Harold Size and sister-in-law Elsie Moggy. Also surviving are a number of nieces and nephews. Friends were received at the Manitowaning Chapel on Wednesday. The funeral service was conducted from the funeral home on Thursday with Mrs. Margaret Wood officiating. Spring interment in Elmview Cemetery. In remembrance donations to the Northeastern Cancer Research Centre would be appreciated. Funeral arrangements by the Manitowaning Chapel.
Uncited Obituary
Transcribed by Roberta Clark

GURTIE ALFREDA NOBLE
September 23, 1925 – January 16, 2013
In loving memory of Gurtie Noble, a resident of Manitoulin Lodge since July and formerly of Gore Bay and Gordon Township, who died Wednesday, January 16, 2013 at the Mindemoya Hospital, at the age of 87. She was born in Gordon Township. Daughter of the late Nelson and Fanny (Ward) Fogal. Following a family tradition of farming, Gurtie and Arden were indeed lifelong farmers. Gurtie, ever on the go, also worked outside the home, first at the Gore Bay Telephone Office from 1966 to 1972. Then in 1974, she became the curator of the Gore Bay Museum until 1990. Gurtie was a Life Member of the Women’s Institute, joining in 1953. She was a dedicated euchre player, volunteer at Manitoulin Lodge and her most recent achievement was the 50 year Volunteer Award from the province of Ontario in 2011. She had great quilting and sewing skills, much appreciated by her children and grandchildren. Dearly loved wife of Arden Noble, predeceased in 2006. Loving and loved mother of Gloria Haner (husband Murray) of Mindemoya, Elva Carter (husband Don) of Gore Bay, and Charles Noble (wife Linda) of Thorold. Predeceased by infant son Emerson in 1945. Proud Grandmother of Daphne Keller (husband Scott), Allen Haner (wife Stacy), Brian Carter (wife Ginette), Darren Carter (wife Lisa), Amanda Noble, and Tammy Lambert (husband Alain). Great-Grandmother of Lindsay Lessard (Robert), Ryan Keller (Ashleigh), Kelsie Keller, Benjamin and Christopher Haner, Ty and Reece Carter, Izabella and Sophia Carter, Ashley Noble, Connor and Megan Lambert. Survived by loving brother Alford Fogal (wife Doreen) of Gordon Township. Predeceased by brother Emerson and sisters Dorothy, Elva and Gladys. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Also, dear friend of Aline Marois. Friends called at the Culgin Funeral Home, Gore Bay on Saturday, January 19, 2013 from 10 am till 12 pm. The funeral service was conducted in the Wm. G. Turner Chapel at 12 pm, with Pastor Erwin Thompson officiating. Burial in Gordon Cemetery. If so desired, donations to the Manitoulin Lodge Auxillary, Gore Bay Medical Centre or the Mindemoya Hospital Auxillary, would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences may be left at www.culginfuneralhome.ca.
Manitoulin Expositor, January 23, 2013

HAROLD WAYNE NOBLE
In loving memory of Harold Wayne Noble, May 7, 1946 to January 1, 2006.
Wayne Noble, a resident of Gordon Township, died at his residence on Sunday, January 1, 2006 at the age of 59 years.
He was born in Gore Bay, son of the late Harold and Dorine (Renie) (McDougall) Noble. He had worked as a heavy equipment operator for 37 years, the last 30 at H & R Noble. He was a past member of the Lions Club and liked to curl. Wayne or Seymore as he was known, loved the outdoors, whether he was working, cutting wood by hand or hunting and fishing. He also had a large collection of frogs. He took his illness in stride and carried on with normal activities with an amazing will and attitude. A love for his family and friends, a love of life and a smile that wouldn't quit is how Wayne will be remembered, a legacy left by very few people. Wayne will be missed by his loving family and by his many friends, but many happy times and stories will live on and will be cherished by all.
Dearly loved husband of Betty (Carter) Noble; loved and loving father of Richard and Nancy of Gore Bay, Warren and Paula of Espanola and Shane of Spring Lake, Alta.; proud grandfather of Carter, Mikayla, Amelia and Amanda and great grandchildren MacKenna, Korrina and Gavin. Loved brother of Randy and Meredith of Kagawong; Terry and Mavis, Jim and Theresa and Keith all of Gore Bay. Also survived by many in laws, nieces and nephews.
Friends called at the Culgin Funeral Home on Tuesday from 2-4 and 7- 9 p.m. The funeral service will be conducted in the Lyons Memorial United Church on Wednesday, January 4, 2006 at 11.00 a.m. with Pastors Maxine McVey and Erwin Thompson officiating. Cremation to follow. If so desired, donations to the Mindemoya Hospital Chemo Room, Elizabeth Bay United Church or the NEORCC would be appreciated.
Manitoulin Expositor, January 4, 2006

DIED – NOBLE, JAMES HOWARD - At the Plummer Memorial Hospital, Thursday, June 5, 1975. Mr. James Howard Noble of 160 Pine St., dear father of Mrs. Dwight Gray (Hope) of Kincheloe AFB Mich. and the late Heather Margaret Noble son of Mr. George Noble of Little Current, and the late Sarah, brother of Mrs. James Beange (Marion) of Gore Bay, Mrs. Eric Brown (Norine) of Port Elgin, Mrs. Glen Brodie (Jean) of Toronto and Grant of Coldwater, grandfather of Heather and Summer Gray. Resting at the Barton and Kiteley Funeral Home from 6 p.m. Friday, June 6. Funeral service from the chapel Sat. June 7 at 1 p.m. Rev. Lloyd Bailey officiating. Interment in Gordon Cemetery, Manitoulin Island.

LAST POST
Noble, James Howard, Member of Branch 25 Royal Canadian Legion, World War II, Member of the Gore Bay Masonic Lodge No. 472.
At the going down of the sun
And in the morning
We will remember them

Obituary – uncited
Transcribed by Roberta Clark

LLOYD ARTHUR NOBLE
A resident of Millsite Apartments, Gore Bay and formerly of Gordon Township, died at the Manitoulin Health Centre, Little Current on Friday, January 23, 1998 at the age of 73 years. He was born July 31, 1924 in Gordon Township son of the late Johnston and Mabel (Williams) Noble. Lloyd had attended S.S. #4 Gordon School, and in earlier years had enjoyed curling. He had worked for INCO from 1941-49, then he and Ruby owned and operated Noble Lumber and store from 1949-1987. Lloyd’s greatest pleasure was his involvement with horses, in particular harness racing. He had owned many horses over the years, but his greatest pride and joy was Ava Java, which has left many fond memories for family and friends. He was a member of the United Church. Beloved husband of Ruby (Robinson) Noble; dear father and father-in-law of Beulah and Brian Hester of Gore Bay; Michael and Elaine Noble of Sudbury and Pat and Donna Noble of Gore Bay; proud grandfather of Lorraine and husband Glen, Chad, Clay, Ryan, Erin, Dawn, Sara, Kurtis and Kyle, and great grandfather of Troy, Bridgette and Braydon. Dear brother of Dorothy Strain of Sheguiandah and Borden and Echo Noble of Gore Bay. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his first wife Beulah Marion (Fraser) Noble, January 1, 1949; infant twin daughter Patricia, January 8, 1956; sister Bernice and brother Harold Noble. Friends called at the Culgin Funeral Home, Gore Bay on Saturday, January 24, 1998. Funeral Services were conducted at Lyons Memorial United Church on Sunday, January 24, 1998 with Reverend Bonnie Burnett officiating. Spring interment in Gordon Cemetery. If so desired, donations to the Lyons Memorial Untied Church or the Gore Bay Medical Centre would be appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to Culgin Funeral Home.
Uncited Obituary
Transcribed by Roberta Clark

NOBLE: Lorne Noble of Hamilton, Ontario, formerly of Sudbury, died Tuesday, April 17, 1990, at Hamilton General Hospital. He was 87. Born on Manitoulin Island, he married the former Jean Stringer. He was employed as an Inco policeman for 25 years, retiring in 1967. He was a member of the Inco Quarter Century Club. He lived in Sudbury for many years, and in Hamilton for the last few years. He was predeceased by his wife in 1955. Loving father of Marion (husband Fred Piehl) of Acton, Ronald (wife Joan) of Elliot Lake, Kay Noble and Nancy (husband Bruce Hathaway) both of Hamilton. Survived by eight grandchildren and eight great grandchildren and a sister-in-law Blanche Gordon of Little Current. Funeral service in the R.J. Barnard Chapel, Saturday, April 21, 1990 at 4:00 p.m. Interment in Park Lawn Cemetery, Sudbury.
Uncited Obituary
Transcribed by Roberta Clark

MABLE MAE NOBLE (WILLIAMS)
NOBLE, Mable Mae (Williams) – a resident of Manitoulin Lodge and formerly of Gordon Township passed away at the Lodge on Tuesday, September 4 at the age of 96 years. She was born at Elizabeth Bay daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Williams and had resided at the Manitoulin Lodge for the past five years. Mable was a member of the Gordon UCW and of Lyons Memorial United Church. Her husband Johnston Nobel predeceased in 1976. Loving mother of Bernice and son-in-law Harvey Douglas of Ice Lake; Dorothy Strain of Sheguiandah; Lloyd and daughter-in-law Ruby of Gordon Township; Borden and daughter-in-law Echo of Gore Bay and daughter-in-law Renie Noble also of Gore Bay. One son Harold has predeceased. She will be lovingly remembered by 17 grandchildren and a number of great grandchildren. Dear sister of Beatrice Becks of Mindemoya, predeceased by sister Lauretta Cook and brother Billie Williams. The funeral service was conducted at Lyons Memorial Untied Church on Friday at 11 am with Rev. Iain Macdonald officiating. Interment in Gordon Cemetery. In remembrance donations to Lyons Memorial United Church or the charity of your choice would be appreciated.
Uncited Obituary
Transcribed by Roberta Clark

[MARY JANE NOBLE]

Died
Noble-At Barrie Island, on Tuesday, March 20th, 1923, Mary Jane Noble, beloved wife of G.H. Noble, in her 68th year. Interment took place in Gordon cemetery on Thursday, March 22nd.
The Recorder, Gore Bay, Thursday, March 22, 1923
Transcribed by Marilyn Irish

Obituary
In the death of Mrs. G.H. Noble, which occurred at her late residence Barrie Island there passed away from the community an old and respected citizen.
Mrs. Noble’s maiden name was Mary Jane Mervyn. She was born in Bentick Township, Grey County in 1856 and was married to Geo. H. Noble in 1874, living at Elmwood until they moved to Manitoulin, 44 years ago.
She is survived by her husband, three daughters and five sons, Mrs. Joseph Best of Gordon Tp.; Mrs. Allan Montgomery, of Barrie Island; and Miss Emma at home. Russel, Victor and Johnston of Gordon, Harry and George of Barrie Island. The members of her family were all present at the time of her death.
Mrs. Noble had been in poor health for some years, which rendered her an invalid for a great part of her time, and in death she escaped finally from her terrible suffering.
Interment took place at Gordon Cemetery, March 22nd, Rev. A. R. Gibson was in charge. The pallbearers were her five sons and brother Mr. Harry Mervyn.
We watched her suffer day by day.
It caused us bitter grief,
To see her slowly pine away,
And could not give relief.
Her weary hours and days of pain;
Her troubled nights are past,
And in our aching hearts we know
She has found sweet rest at last.
The Recorder, Gore Bay, Thursday, March 29, 1923
Transcribed by Marilyn Irish

NOLA DOREEN NOBLE
Nola Doreen Noble died suddenly at the Manitoulin Health Centre on Wednesday, September 14, 2011 at the age of 78. Predeceased by her beloved husband Floyd. A very loving mother of Jill Varey (predeceased by Blair), Jeff and Lou, Janet and Russ Moore, Irving and Michelle, Gina and Robert Madahbee, Jackie Noble and Gaston Leroux and son #3 Dave Galbraith. A special Granny to Amber and Angela, Jennifer, Joanna, Jeffrey, Nathan, Stacy, Carrie, Laura, Jacob, Joshua, Dylan, Miranda, Evan, Daniel, Noel, Mattieu and Great-granny of Steven, Shawn, Zak, Dylan, Kieran, Nick, Brady, Brett, and Lauryn. Predeceased by parents Beulah and Lawrence Hughson. Will always be remembered by brothers Clive and wife Bev Hughson, Eric (predeceased) and wife Eila Hughson, Ronnie Hughson, Blake and wife Roberta Hughson. Will be missed by many nieces and nephews. Memorial Service was at 2 pm on Saturday, September 17, 2011 at Little Current United Church with Rev. Faye Stevens officiating. Burial of ashes at a later date at Hilly Grove Cemetery. Donations to MHC Aux or the Little Current United Church.
Manitoulin Expositor, September 21, 2011

OLIVER GOLDEN NOBLE
NOBLE, Oliver Golden – In his 93rd year on Wednesday evening, October 26, 1994 at the Sudbury Memorial Hospital. Beloved husband of Sarah Ellen (Sagle) Noble, Lydia Belle (Lawson) Noble and Josephine (Mathias) Noble (all predeceased). Loving father of Doreen MacEachern (husband Alex) of Naughton, John (wife Mary Lou) of Climax Springs, Missouri, Leona Bock (husband Arden) of Naughton, and stepdaughter Sonjah Hatfield (husband Virgil) of Independence, Missouri. Dear son of Harry Thomas Noble and Bertha (Steele) Noble (both predeceased). Dear brother of Garnet Noble (wife Hazel) of Little Current, Alma Noble (wife Doreen) of Silver Water, Madeline Roszel of Little Current and Ruby Whiteley (husband Roy) of California. Predeceased by brother Jasper and sister Opal. Proud grandfather of David Williams, Robert MacEachern, John Bock (wife Shirley), Michael Bock and several step-grandchildren. Sadly missed by many nieces and nephews. Rested at Jackson and Barnard Funeral Home. Funeral service from the R. J. Barnard Chapel Saturday, October 29. Interment in the Silver Water Cemetery. Donations to the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints or the Sudbury Memorial Hospital would be appreciated.
Uncited Obituary
Transcribed by Roberta Clark

STUART RUSSELL NOBLE
In Loving Memory of Stu Noble, December 15th, 1945 - July 6th, 2007. Stu Noble, a resident of Mindemoya died at the Mindemoya Hospital on July 6th, 2007 at the age of 61 years. He was predeceased by his wife Carol Ann (nee Williamson). He was born in Gordon Township to Harry and Florence (nee Granger) Noble, both predeceased. Stu is lovingly remembered by his family, children Ann Auxier (husband Rusty) of Mindemoya, Adam Noble (wife Tammy) of Harrow and his two favourite grandsons Chance Auxier and Jacob Noble. Predeceased by brother Bill Noble. Dearly loved and fondly remembered by sister Dorothy Buzzell of Sudbury, brother-in-laws, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and his many friends. There will be a grave side service for Stu. Details to follow.
Manitoulin Expositor, July 11, 2007

IRENE (TAIT) NOE
At Alezandra Hospital, Ingersoll on Monday, May 12, 2003, Irene (Tait) Noe, of Ingersoll. Wife of the late Earl Noe (1968). Dear mother of Myra and her husband Larry Shier of Ingersoll, Judy and her husband Bob Johnson of Woodstock, Paul Noe and his wife Connie of Vancouver BC, David Noe and his wife Lynda of Gore Bay, Deborah and her husband Dennis O'Brien of Red Deer, Alberta and Chris Noe and his wife Christina of Ingersoll. Also survived by 18 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren. Friends were received at the McBeth-Dynes Funeral Home, 246 Thames Saint S. Ingersoll on Wednesday, May 14.
The Funeral service was held at Saint James Anglican Church, Ingersoll on Thursday, May 15 with Rev. Jim Carr officiating. Interment in Harris Street Cemetery. Memorial donations to Dr. Michael J. Strong A.L.S. Research or Saint James Anglican Church would be appreciated.
Manitoulin Expositor, May 21, 2003

AUBREY NOLAND
August 5, 1926 - August 18, 2010
In loving memory of Aubrey Noland, a resident of the Manitoulin Lodge and formerly Gordon Twp., who died at the Lodge on Wednesday, August 18, 2010 at the age of 84 years. He was born in Gordon Twp., son of the late Orval and Lenna (Best) Noland. Aubrey farmed and had a great talent for fixing guns. Aubrey was predeceased by his wife Mabel on January 13, 2009. He is survived by son Jonathan and step-son Christopher. Predeceased by sister Lenora in 2007. Survived by brother-in-law Keith Montgomery and a number of nieces and nephews. Friends called at the Culgin Funeral Home on Friday, August 20, 2010 from 10 - 11 am. The funeral service was conducted in the Wm. G. Turner Chapel at 11 am with Pastor Maxine McVey officiating. Interment in Gordon Cemetery. In remembrance, donations to the Manitoulin Lodge Auxiliary would be appreciated. Culgin Funeral Home, Gore Bay, 282-2270.
Manitoulin Expositor, August 25, 2010

BRYAN FREDERICK NOLAND
In loving memory of Bryan Frederick Noland, May 7, 1986 - February 18, 2005.
Bryan Noland died at his home in Evansville on Friday, February 18, 2005 at the age of 18 years. Bryan enjoyed working with computers and was an avid hockey player and hunter. As most young men, his car meant a lot to him. Bryan also enjoyed helping at the community centre.
Loving and loved son of Fred and Terri (Rayner) Noland of Evansville. Loved brother of Jamie Lee. Dear grandson of Albert and Lenna Noland of Evansville and Jim and Leah Rayner of Gore Bay and great grandson of Mae Brett of Gore Bay. Fondly remembered by aunts, uncles and cousins.
Friends may call at the Culgin Funeral Home on Thursday, February 24, 2005 from 10 to 11 am. The funeral service will be conducted in the Wm. G. Turner Chapel at 11 am with Mr. Erwin Thompson officiating. Cremation has taken place. As your expression of sympathy, in memorium donations may be made to Burpee Mills Cemetery, Burpee Mills Recreation Centre or the Burpee Mills Volunteer Fire Department.
Arrangements in care of the Culgin Funeral Home.
Manitoulin Expositor, February 23, 2005

CHRISTOPHER ALLAN NOLAND
In loving memory of Christopher Allan Noland October 18, 1953 - February 28, 2004.
Allan Noland, a resident of Gore Bay, died at the Manitoulin Health Centre, Little Current on Saturday, February 28, 2004 at the age of 50 years. He was born at Little Current, son of Lorna Jane Noland and the late Nelson Keith Noland.
Allan had worked at Manitoulin Livestock Co-Op as a petro driver for 23 years. He was a member of the Spring Bay Pentecostal Church. Allan had many interests, which included hunting, and fishing photography, was a member of the Manitoulin Handgun club, enjoyed gardening, woodworking and watching the birds. He was a loved and loving son, husband, father, brother and friend. His presence will be sadly missed, but many happy memories will be cherished by all who knew him.
Dearly loved husband of Nancy (Carter) Noland; loving son of Lorna Noland of Gore Bay, prod father of Christopher of Gore Bay and Kara of Gore Bay and Waterloo. Dear brother of Leslie and his wife Valerie of Indian River. Loved uncle of Keith, Mark and Evan. Also will be missed by several aunts, uncles, cousins and in-laws.
Friends called at the Culgin Funeral Home, Gore Bay, March 2nd. The funeral service was conducted in the Wm. G. Turner Chapel on March 3, 2004 with Pastor Derek Frampton and Mr. Erwin Thompson officiating. Spring interment will be held in the Burpee-Mills Cemetery. If so desired, donations may be made to the Spring Bay Pentecostal Church, the Chemo Room at Mindemoya Hospital or the North Eastern Region Cancer Centre.
Manitoulin Expositor, March 10, 2004

EUNICE EVELYN (McKIRDY) NOLAND
A resident of Gore Bay and formerly of Mills Township, passed away at the Manitoulin Health Centre, Little Current, on Saturday, September 27, 1997 at the age of 72 years. She was born in Galbraith Township, daughter of the late William and Catherine (Munroe) McKirdy. In early years, Eunice had worked for General Motors and in a tomato canning factory. After her marriage, she worked on the farm with Harry, and raised her children. She enjoyed cooking, canning and gardening. Beloved wife of the late Harry Noland who predeceased in April, 1995. Loving mother of Kathryn Noland of Arthur; Willy and his friend Laura, of Sioux Lookout and Terry and Connie Noland of Mills Township. Proud grandmother of Amie, Edward, Aaron, Jennifer, Mathew and Lorraine. Dear sister of Edwin and his wife Doris McKirdy of Almonte and Delmer and his wife Ruth of Clayton. Also surviving are a number of nieces and nephews. Predeceased by brother Willard and sisters Loretta and Muriel. Friends called at the Culgin Funeral Home in Gore Bay on Monday, September 29. The funeral service was conducted in the Wm. G. Turner Chapel on Tuesday, September 30, 1997. Interment in Mills Cemetery. If so desired, donations to the Diabetic Society or the charity of your choice would be appreciated. Arrangements in care of the Culgin Funeral Home.
Uncited Obituary
Transcribed by Roberta Clark

FREDERICK NOLAND
On the evening of May 31st, Frederick Noland, prominent and respected Burpee farmer, passed suddenly away. He had apparently been in his usual health up to the time of his demise. Born in Grey County, on October 10th, in 1875, he came to the Island, with his parents when three years of age. They settled on the old Noland homestead in Mills township, now occupied by one of the third generation, George Noland. Here with his parents and younger brothers and sisters, he endured the privations of pioneer life. In early manhood he purchased the property where he died. It was then a cedar swamp. Due to the efforts of he and his wife, it became the productive farm it now is. In 1905 he was united in marriage to the former Phoebe Galagher, who predeceased him six years ago. To this union was born five sons and five daughters, all of whom survive. Namely: Earl and Hugh at home; George, Manceil and Keith, Jennie (Mrs. Ernest Moody); Ida, (Mrs. Norman Pickard); Dorothy, (Mrs. George Thomas), Marjorie (Mrs. Andy Falls ), Kathleen, (Mrs. Everett Armstrong). Two brothers, Joseph and Orval and four sisters, Mrs. Brockelbank, Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. Stevens and Mrs. Fleming survive; also twenty grandchildren.
The late Mr. Noland served for many years on the school board and in the council of Burpee township. The funeral, conducted by the Rev. G. Thompson and Mr. C. A. K. Cockburn was held from his late residence, on June 3rd to Mills cemetery.
The pallbearers were: Messrs. Joseph and Orval Noland, William and John Baker, William Harper and Gibson Moscrop. Many beautiful floral tributes gave silent testimony of the esteem in which he was held.
Gore Bay Recorder, July 1, 1948, page 3
Transcribed by Marilyn Irish

Local News Items
Word has been received at this office of the sudden death of Geo. Noland, son of Edward Noland, of Mills. It appears the young man had shown symptoms (sic) of insanity and recently became quite violent. It was found necessary to have him strapped to the bed, in which condition he remained until death came to his relief
The Recorder, Gore Bay, Thursday, December 16, 1909
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HERBERT "HERB" ALVIN NOLAND
In loving memory of Herbert "Herb" Alvin Noland who died peacefully at Mindemoya Hospital on Sunday, February 19, 2006 at the age of 88.
Survived by his beloved wife Gladys (nee McKinley). Loved by his two sons Lyle and wife Donna, Larry and wife Fay all of Spring Bay. Cherished grandpa of Chris, Connie and husband Scott Willis, Karen and husband Keith Jakubos, Julie and husband Ray Byers, Cynda and husband Ken Hogg, Dennis, Tammy and fiance Jeff McKelvie. Special great grandpa of Caleb and Carter Byers, Cody and Jenna Hogg and Benjamin Willis.
Visitation was from 12 Tuesday until Funeral Service at 2 pm Tuesday, February 21, 2006 at Island Funeral Home, Little Current. Burial in Mills Cemetery in the spring. Donations to Mindemoya Hospital Auxiliary in Herb's memory would be appreciated.
Manitoulin Expositor, February 22, 2006

HUGH NOLAND
Searchers Find Body of Camp Operator in Eight Feet of Water - 1953 Funeral service was held Sunday afternoon for Hugh Noland, 37, who was drowned last Wednesday near his Barrie Island tourist camp.
The well-known camp operator and farmer left his camp early Wednesday morning without informing anyone where he was going. When he failed to return late Wednesday night, a search was organized by provincial police Cons. Ross Stenabaugh.
After an extensive search of the bush and pasture land on the west end of Barrie Island Wednesday night and early Thursday morning, Noland's body was found Thursday at 10 a.m., in eight feet of water, 75 feet from shore, by W. Baker, Burpee Township and Everett Armstrong, Gordon Township, a brother-in-law of Noland's.
Noland apparently had gone in search for his work horses, and in his tramp through the bush had become heated and decided to go for a swim. When found he was clothed only in his underwear. The rest of his clothes were not found.
Dr. J.F. Bailey, Little Current, district coroner, issued a verdict of "death by accidental drowning".
A large number of Gore Bay and district citizens participated in the hunt. Harold Winter's sound truck assisted searchers in the hope it might direct Noland, had he been alive, to one of the many back roads which criss-cross Barrie Island.
Don Patrick, of Cleveland, Ohio, owner of a flying school there, assisted in the search for Noland's body by flying over the area in an effort to spot Noland from the air. Patrick had flown a party to the Gore Bay airport from Ohio and stayed over to help.
A son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred Noland, of Evansville, Hugh was born in Burpee Township and had spent all his life on Manitoulin Island. Before constructing his tourist camp five years ago, he was in the trucking business, and previous to that had worked on a farm.
He is survived by five sisters and four brothers. They are: Mrs. Ernest Moody, Big Lake; Mrs. George Thomas, Sandfield; Mrs. Norman Pickard, Ice Lake; Mrs. Andrew Falls, Meldrum Bay; Mrs. Everett Armstrong, Gore Bay; George, Mills Township; Manciel, Earl and Keith, all of Burpee Township. Funeral service was at the home of his brother, Earl. Burial was at Mills cemetery by Turner Funeral Home, Gore Bay.
Through The Years, Vol. XII, No. 6, April 1995, page 25
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KEITH NOLAND
Noland, Keith of Evansville, aged 54 years beloved husband of Lorna Montgomery, and dear father of Allan and Leslie, died as the result of an accident. he rested at the Turner Funeral Home. Funeral service was from there on Thursday at 2 pm. Interment took place in Mills Cemetery.
Manitoulin Expositor, date unknown (died October 1973)
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LENNA JANE NOLAND (BEST)
NOLAND, Lenna Jane (Best) – a resident of the Manitoulin Lodge, Gore Bay passed away at the Manitoulin Health Centre in Little Current on Wednesday, August 29 at the age of 91 years. Lenna was born in Gordon Township daughter of the late John William Best and Jane (Neely) Best. Lenna had lived and farmed most of her life in Gordon Township with her husband Orval whom she married in 1923. She was a life member of the U.C.W. and had lived in Gore Bay a number of years after leaving Gordon Township. Loving mother of daughter Lenora and son-in-law Keith Montgomery of Barrie Island and one son Aubrey and daughter-in-law Mabel Noland of Gordon Township. Lovingly remembered by grandsons Ken, Murray, Brad and Jonathon and four great granddaughters Leslie, Melissa, Jenna and Erin and one great grandson Ian. Dear sister-in-law of Lyman Gibbs, Viola Best, Edith Best and Freda Best. Predeceased by one sister Ardath and three brothers Herb, Irwin and Joe. The funeral service was conducted at the funeral home on Saturday at 11 am with Rev. Iain Macdonald officiating assisted by Mr. Steve Fletcher. Interment in Gordon Cemetery. In remembrance donations to the Cancer Society or the charity of your choice would be appreciated.
Uncited Obituary
Transcribed by Roberta Clark

Noland, Lenna Jane (Best) of Manitoulin Lodge, Gore Bay, passed away at the Manitoulin Health centre in Little Current on Wednesday August 29th at the age of 91 years. Lenna was born in Gordon Township daughter of the late John William Best and Jane (Neely) Best. Lenna had lived on and farmed most of her life in Gordon Township with her husband Orval whom she married in 1923. She was a life member of the U.C.W. and had lived in Gore Bay a number of years after leaving Gordon Township. Her husband Orval predeceased in 1956. Loving mother of daughter Lenora and son-in-law Keith Montgomery of Barrie Island and one son Aubrey and daughter-in-law Mabel Noland of Gordon Township.
Dorothy Hopkins Addison Scrapbook (green ledger), transcribed by Marilyn Irish

MABEL ANN NOLAND
January 19, 1952 – January 13, 2009
In loving memory of Mabel Noland, a resident of the Wikwemikong Nursing Home, who died at the Sudbury Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, January 13, 2009 at the age of 56 years. She was the daughter of the late Larry and Desira Migwans and adopted daughter of Ida Sampson. Mabel enjoyed reading, was an animal lover who loved her cats and her favourite times were when she was having good times with family and friends. Mabel is survived by her husband Aubrey Noland of Gore Bay. Loved mother of Chris Sampson of Sheshegwaning and Jonathan Noland of Silver Water. Dear sister of Carol, Caroline, Patsy, Brenda, Lorraine and Patrick all of M’Chigeeng and Tina and Kerry of Toronto and Beatrice Sampson of Sheshegwaning. Predeceased by twin sister Myrtle Sampson and adopted extended family Lloyd Sampson and Ida Sampson. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends gathered at the M’Chigeeng Complex on Thursday and Friday. The funeral service was conducted at the Complex on Saturday, January 17, 2009 at 11 am with Pastor Joel Lock officiating. Cremation to follow. Culgin Funeral Home 282-2270.
Manitoulin Expositor, January 21, 2009

Noland-At Burpee, on Wednesday, March 15, Margaret Estelle, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Noland.
The Recorder, Gore Bay, Thursday, March 16, 1922
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MARGARET MINERVA NOLAND
In loving memory of Margaret Minerva Noland, August 12, 1913-February 12, 2000.
Margaret Noland (Wright) a resident of the Manitoulin Lodge for the past two years, died at the Lodge on Saturday, February 12, 2000 at the age of 86 years. She was born at Camp Borden, daughter of the late Walter and Minerva (Hore) Wright, and had lived most all her life in Burpee Township, moving to Gore Bay in 1982, and to the Lodge two years ago. Margaret had many interests, including reading, walking, gardening, playing euchre, cribbage and travelling. She also spent much time volunteering at the tourist booth and also at the Lodge. Margaret will be remembered as a kind and loving mother and grandmother, sister and friend.
Margaret was predeceased by her beloved husband Earl (Trevor) Noland, July 22, 1981. Loving and loved mother of Iris and husband Dave Russell of Colborne, Lois and husband Allan Cunningham of Lucan, and Wilda Thomas of London. Proud and loving grandmother of Trevor, Kathryn, Jesse, Drew, Sarah and Rachel. Dear sister of Bill, Edwin, Fannie, Herb, Mary, Maude and Joan. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Predeceased by infant son Douglas and brothers and sisters Charlie, Walter, Louie, Herb, Alice, Bob, Ellen and Jesse.
The funeral service was conducted in the Wm. G. Turner Chapel on Monday, February 14, 2000 with Pastor Erwin Thompson officiating. Spring interment in Mills Cemetery. If so desired, donations may be made to the Mills-Burpee Cemetery or the charity of your choice.
Arrangements entrusted to Culgin Funeral Home, Gore Bay.
Manitoulin Expositor February 16, 2000

MATHEW ROY NOLAND
NOLAND, Mathew Roy – A resident of Gore Bay, passed away at his residence on Monday, April 12, 1991 at the age of 71 years. He was born in Mills Township, son of the late Joseph Arthur and Agnes Christina (Davis) Noland and had lived in Mills Township all his life until retiring to Gore Bay in 1979. Roy and Norma had farmed in Mills Township all their married life. Roy was in the trucking and backhoe business. Beloved husband of the former Norma Best, and loving father of Ronald and daughter-in-law Joane of Mills and lovingly remembered by grandchildren Malcolm and Cassandra. Dear brother of Ethel and brother-in-law William Ruttan of Peterborough, Rhoda and brother-in-law Russell Carson, Bernice and brother-in-law Dennis Carson all of Thornloe; Herb and sister-in-law Gladys of Gore Bay, Harry and sister-in-law Eunice and Albert and sister-in-law Lenna all of Mills Township. Also surviving are a number of nieces and nephews. Predeceased by sisters Stella and Ruth and brother Lyle. Visitors were received at the Turner Funeral Home on Tuesday, from 7 to 9 pm. The funeral service was conducted at the Funeral Home on Wednesday, April 24 at 11 am with Mr. Archie Carson officiating. Interment in Mills Cemetery. In remembrance donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated.
Uncited Obituary
Transcribed by Roberta Clark

NELLIE EVELEEN NOLAND
Nellie Noland, a resident of Bayside Apartments, Gore Bay, passed away at the Mindemoya Hospital on Monday, May 19, 2003 at the age of 84 years.
She was born in Burpee Township, daughter of the late Thomas and Flora (Scott) Witty. Nellie worked hard all her life on the farm, cleaning camps and cottages and raising her family. She enjoyed cooking, baking, sewing, knitting and crocheting many items for all her family and the community. She was a member of the United Church and Mills Women's Institute for many years. A loving and loved mother, grandmother, and friend, she will be sadly missed, but memories will be cherished.
Dearly loved and loving wife of the late George E. Noland, loving and loved mother of Frederick (predeceased Oct 10 1939), Doris Middaugh (husband Raymond) of Mills, Willard Noland (wife Donna) of Mills, and Margery Veaudry (husband Rheo, Ray) of Providence Bay. Dear brother of Ken Witty of Thessalon. Predeceased by sisters Ruby and Bella and brothers Willard, James and Grant. Dear grandmother of 14 grandchildren and many great-grandchildren. Also survived by a number of nieces and nephews.
Relatives and friends will meet at the Burpee-Mills Cemetery on Wednesday, May 21, 2003 at 11:00 am for a graveside service. The Reverend Geraldine Bould will officiate. There will be no funeral home visitation at Nellie's request.
Manitoulin Expositor, May 21, 2003

[PHOEBE NOLAND]

June 1942
Mrs. Fred Noland
In the passing of Mrs. Frederick Noland, on Sunday, June14th, Burpee township lost one of its best loved citizens. The late Mrs. Noland, was in her 59th year and was the only daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Gallagher, and was also predeceased by her step-mother, the former Delia McRae. She was born in Mills township on July 17th, 1883, and had resided in Burpee township for the past thirty-seven years. She had been ill for the past two years.
In 1905 she was married to Fred Noland, who survives, as well as five daughters, as follows: Mrs. Earnest Moody of Big Lake; Mrs. Norman Pickard of Sudbury; Mrs. George Thomas of Sandfield; Marjorie and Kathleen at home. Also, five sons, George and Mancel of Mills township and Earl, Hugh and Keith at home. One brother James resides in Ladysmith, B. C., and the other brother, Joseph was killed in action in France in 1917. There are also nine grandchildren.
The funeral services were held on Tuesday, June 16th and were conducted by Rev. A. J. Bruce, assisted by Rev. W. H. Vincer. Interment was made in Mills cemetery. Messages [sic] of sympathy and flowers were received from the following: William Dinsmore and family, Harvey Robinson and family, Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Moody, Sandfield Womens Institute, Mr. and Mrs. William Strain, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Hartley, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pickard, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Gibbs, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Best, Mr. and Mrs. H. Best, Mr. and Mrs. H. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brett , Mr.and Mrs. Harry Falls and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Middleton, The Brockelbank family, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kinney, Mrs. Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. Vep. McCutcheon, Mr. and Mrs. Orval Noland, Mrs. Joseph Baker and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McRae, Mrs. Donald Orford, Mr. and Mrs. William Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Baker, Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. George McRae, Mr. Jonah Lee, Mr. and Mrs. T. Harper, Sr., Mr. A. Kent, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Martin, Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Strain.
The Recorder, Gore Bay, July 2, 1942, page 5.
Transcribed by Marilyn Irish

EDWARD THOMAS NOON
NOON, Edward Thomas, passed away suddenly as a result of a tragic auto accident on Monday, November 29, 1999 in his 41st year.
Dearly loved husband of Vicki Noon of Keswick. Loving father of Kirstin and Holly. Dear son of Mary Ann and Fred Noon of Little Current. Dear brother of Timothy Noon of Stoney Creek and grandson of Rita Noon of Huntsville. Son-in-law of Irene and Marvin Sloss of Evansville. Special uncle of Ashley.
A prayer service was held from the M.W. Becker Funeral Home, Keswick on Wednesday, December 1, 1999. Cremation. A memorial mass was held from St. Bernard's Roman Catholic Church, Little Current on Friday, December 3, 1999.
Manitoulin Expositor, December 8, 1999

HERBERT FREDERICK NOON "FRED"
In loving memory of Herbert Frederick Noon "Fred" September 26, 1937 to November 21, 2002 at Manitoulin Health Centre at the age of 65 years.
Beloved husband of Mary Ann (nee Martell). Loved father of Eddy (predeceased) and wife Vicki of Thorton, Tim and wife Kathy of Stoney Creek. Special grandfather of Ashley, Kirsti and Holly. Remembered by sisters and brother Diane Noon of Huntsville, Patricia McNaughton (husband Mike predeceased) of Vancouver, Michael and wife Paula Noon of Fort McMurray of AB, and in-laws Betty and Eddy Duhamel of Lively, Dolores Dussault of Sault Ste. Marie, Tom and Lorene Martell of Rexdale. Will be missed by many nieces and nephews.
Visitation was held on Friday November 22, 2002 at Island Funeral Home. Funeral Service was held on Saturday November 23, 2002 at St. Bernard's Catholic Church, Little Current followed by cremation.
Manitoulin Expositor, November 27, 2002

KIRSTIN MICHELLE NOON
In loving memory of Kirstin Michelle Noon, February 28, 1990 to March 14, 2003.
Kirstin Noon, a resident of Thornton and formerly Keswick, passed away as the result of a car accident on Friday, March 14, 2003 at the age of 13 years. She was the daughter of the late Ed Noon and Victoria (Sloss) Noon. Kirstin was a very compassionate girl who loved to ride her bike, read fantasy books and loved dragons. She was a popular girl, having won the "Sunshine of the Year" award at school. A true source of pride and joy for her family and loved by all who knew her.
Precious daughter of Vicki and the late Ed Noon. Loved sister of Holly, at home, loving and loved granddaughter of Marvin and Irene (deceased) Sloss and Maryann and Fred (predeceased) Noon. Also loved by many family and friends.
Friends called the Culgin Funeral Home on Thursday, March 20, 2003. The funeral service was conducted in the Wm. G. Turner Chapel on Friday, March 21, 2003 with Pastor Erwin Thompson and Father Robert Foliot officiating. Spring interment in Cold Springs Cemetery.
Manitoulin Expositor, March 26, 2003

MARY ANN NOON
Born in Little Current July 2, 1938, Mary Ann Noon (Martell) passed away peacefully at the Sudbury Regional Hospital (Laurentian Site) on April 16, 2009 at the age of 70 following a courageous battle with cancer. Daughter of Isabelle (Dunn) and Pete Martell (predeceased) of Little Current. Beloved wife of Fred Noon (predeceased), mother of Eddy (predeceased) (Vicky), and Timothy (predeceased) (Kathy). Survived by grandchildren Holly, Kirsten (predeceased), Ashley Taylor (Reid) and great-grandson Chase. Loving sister of Dolores Dussault (Lionel) of Sault Ste. Marie, Elizabeth Duhamel (Edward) of Lively, and Thomas Martell (Lorene) of Etobicoke. Sadly missed by many nieces, nephews and good friends. Mary Ann was an amazing role model and despite many sorrows in her life, she faced each day with courage and a smile, never dwelling on her sadness. Mary Ann lived most of her life on Manitoulin Island and faithfully attended the Immaculate Conception Church in M'Chigeeng where she was an active member of the choir. Mary Ann was a regular at the Duhamel family cottage on Lake Mindemoya, sharing many a good time and the title of the "champ" at washer toss. She was affectionately known to many as "Mid". She will be specially remembered by cousin, Bob McDonald who was always there to lend a helping hand. The focus of her last year of life was to see and hold her new great-grandson, Chase. Her sister Betty was Mary Ann's constant companion and attentive care-giver during the past 2 years. She will be sadly missed but is finally reunited with her loving family. Funeral Mass was at 2:30 pm on Saturday, April 18th, 2009 at St. Bernard's Catholic Church in Little Current. Burial at St. Bernard's Cemetery. Arrangements with Island Funeral Home.
Manitoulin Expositor, April 22, 2009

ROBERT ALFORD 'BOB' NOON
Robert Alford 'Bob' Noon, (Sir Robert Borden High School teacher, retired). Passed away at the Ottawa General Hospital, Saturday, June 10, 2000. Robert (Bob) Noon, at the age of 63, after a stoic battle with cancer.
Beloved husband of Helen Clare O'Connell for 33 years and proud father of Christopher of Seattle, Washington; Nicole of Toronto and Cynthia (Brian Bezaire) of North Bay. Dear brother of Margery Holmes (Jim) of Manitownaing, Manitoulin; Eva Breadner (Dick) of Belleville, Jack of Vauxhall, Alberta and Bill (Judy) of Espanola. Survived by his O'Connell brothers and sisters-in-law Rod and Rolande of Nigadoo, N.B.; Paul and Kathy Douglas, NB, and Patsy (Kevin) of Beresford, N.B. Fondly remembered by his many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his Dad and Mom, John and Lois (Sweeting) Noon of Manitoulin Island.
A graduate of the University of Toronto, Bob recently retired from a 32-year career as a high school teacher where he enjoyed imparting to his students his love of science. At the school and in the community Bob coached badminton, hockey, soccer, baseball and was also a Scout and Cub leader. He will be greatly missed by all, including former students, teaching colleagues and his friends from his recreational hockey outings.
Funeral service was held in the Kelly Funeral Home Chapel on Tuesday, June 13. Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. Arrangements entrusted to Kelly Funeral Home, Ottawa.
Manitoulin Expositor, June 21, 2000

TIMOTHY PETER NOON
In loving memory of Timothy Peter Noon, April 27, 1964-March 9, 2008, who passed away at the Trillium Hospital in Mississauga on Sunday, March 9 in his 44th year. Beloved husband and best friend of Kathleen Barnes. Tim had a daughter, Ashley Noon, whom he worshipped and adored. She was the main person in Tim’s life. Together they were getting ready for her September wedding to Reid Taylor of Owen Sound. Dear son and eternal best friend of May Ann Noon. Father Fred Noon (predeceased) and brother Ed Noon (predeceased). Avid supporter and friend of his loving stepson Joe Barnes who plays football for the University of Ottawa. Loving uncle of Holly Noon and Kirstin Noon (predeceased). Sadly missed by many aunts, uncles and cousins.
Manitoulin Expositor, March 12, 2008

Death of Earnest Norman
Mr. Earnest Norman of Yorkton, formerly of Manitowaning, for many years prominently connected with the building trade in Yorkton, died suddenly at the Victoria hospital Tuesday evening and his body is being interred in Yorkton cemetery this afternoon.
On Wednesday afternoon of last week Mr. Norman underwent an operation for appendicitis which proved quite successful. He was progressing very satisfactorily towards recovery, being able to sit up in bed, and his sudden death was due to pulmonary embolism.
Mr. Norman was born in London, England, on Sept. 26, 1885, and news of his sudden death in the very prime of life came as a great shock to his many friends in Yorkton and district. He was married to Miss Lillian Taylor of Aberdeen, Sask., ten years ago and his widow and one daughter survive him and have the deepest sympathy of the entire community in their bereavement.
Mr. Norman came to Canada nineteen years ago, settling in Yorkton district. For a number of years he engaged in farming and ten years ago he formed a partnership with Mr. George Dryborough, under the name of Dryborough & Co., and engaged in the building and contracting trade, the venture proving a successful one from the outset.
Mr. Norman was an exemplary citizen, he was prominently connected with the Methodist Church and has been a member of the Orange Order for many years. He took a keen interest in civic matters and in public affairs generally and will be greatly missed in many phases of community life.
The funeral was held under the auspices of the L.O.L. lodge, service being conducted in the Methodist Church by Rev. M. M. Bennett.
-The Yorkton Enterprise
The Recorder, Gore Bay, Thursday, June 22, 1922
Transcribed by Marilyn Irish

THOMAS NORQUAY
Funeral services were held at Knox United Church Manitowaning, for Thomas Norquay, husband of the late Lillian Ferguson, who died at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Little Current on January 7th, 1965, at the age of 85 years.
Rev. D. L. Holmes of Little Current United Church and Rev. D. Stephens of Knox United Church, officiated at the services. Mrs. Gilbert Wallace was organist.
Mr. Norquay was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Norquay and was born at Budges, near Manitowaning at his parents’ farm home. He received his education at Manitowaning. In 1917, he married Lillian Ferguson of Green Bay. The couple farmed near Manitowaning for six years. In 1923 they moved to Manitowaning where Mr. Norquay started a Service Station in partnership with his brother-in-law, Lauchie MacDougall, which they operated for 20 years. On February 1st, 1939, Mrs. Norquay died of a sudden heart attack leaving three young daughters, Dorothy, Jean and Kathleen. In 1943 Thos. Norquay retired from the service station and garage business.
In 1956 he suffered a stroke which left him almost completely paralyzed. He was a patient in St. Joseph’s Hospital for nearly two years. During the past seven years he was cared for by his youngest daughter, Kathleen, Mr. and Mrs. Milford Varey and family in their home in Little Current. Although a bed patient for nine years and not able to speak, he was able to show his appreciation for friends who called to see him.
Mr. Norquay is survived by his three daughters; Mrs. Dorothy Suggitt of Sunderland, Ont.; Miss Jean Norquay of Peterborough and Kathleen, Mrs. Milf Varey of Little Current and seven grandchildren.
Also, his sister Mrs. Lauchie MacDougall, (Margaret) of Manitowaning and a brother, John Norquay of Sudbury; two brothers predeceased him; William in 1956 and Jim in 1954.
Active pallbearers were six nephews; Jack Ferguson, Russel Ferguson, Robert Ferguson and Ed Ferguson, Ronald MacDougall and Ed Norquay.
Honorary pallbearers were; Louis Gravelle, Charles Varey, James Hembruff, Art Mastin, S. W. McPhee, Lloyd Vanzant and Morley Tracy.
Ushers were Sanford Thompson and Nellis Bowerman of Manitowaning.
Interment was in Hilly Grove Cemetery.
Relatives and friends attending from a distance were; Mrs. John Norquay and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Norquay of Sudbury and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gravelle of Hespeler, Ont.
Uncited Obituary
Transcribed by Roberta Clark

PHYLLIS MARLENE NORRIS
In Loving Memory of Phyllis Marlene Norris who passed away at the Manitoulin Health Centre on Friday evening surrounded by loved ones at the age of 64. Cherished wife of Robert Norris of Little Current. Loving mom of Valerie Luis (John), Sharon Williamson (Corey), Darren Hayes (Nancy) and step mom of Candy McKenzie (Dan), Tracey Crandell (Scott), Sherry Hensen (Gerald) and Rob Norris (Lori). Devoted grandma of Erika, Spencer, Nicholas, Morgan, Zachery, Mackenzie, Ashley, Andrew, Julia, Sheena, Jesse, Amanda, Alex, Colin, Caleb, Jared, Kaitlynn, Leah and Robbie. Dear sister of Helen Chisholm (Jim), Lois Bond (Gerry), Brenda Chisholm (Brock), Russel Cosby (Christine). Predeceased by father Alexander Cosby (1973) and mother Pearl Chambers (2005). Survived by step father King Chambers. Grandchildren were her joy, she loved her children and maintained close family bonds with her siblings. Family was her life. Phyllis loved to work on the computer and go to the casino. Visitation was from 2 - 4 & 7 - 9 pm Sunday. Funeral Service was at 2:00 pm Monday, September 17, 2007 at Island Funeral Home, Rev. Paul Wamsley officiating. Burial in Cold Springs Cemetery. Donations to the Chemo Project at Mindemoya Hospital.
Manitoulin Expositor, September 19, 2007

NORTON – At St. Joseph’s Hospital, Little Current on Saturday, November 5th, 1966, Isabelle Norton (nee Laidley) beloved wife of the late Edward Norton; dear sister of Miss Annie Laidley and Thomas Laidley in her 89th year. Rested at the Tracy Funeral Home with funeral services from there on Tuesday, November 8th. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Rev. Hugh Gemmell, officiated.
Uncited Obituary
Transcribed by Roberta Clark

Cockburn Island
Died at Thessalon on Monday, Feb. 18th, James Norton of Cockburn Island. His remains were interred here on Feb. 20th. Messrs. Albert and Arthur Robb brought him to his home on Tuesday. Mrs. Norton has the sympathy of the whole community in her sad bereavement.
The Recorder, Gore Bay, Thursday, February 28, 1924
Transcribed by Marilyn Irish

Died at Camp Borden
Camp Borden, Aug. 30—Private L. J. Norton, of the 227th Battalion, died in the camp hospital last night of pneumonia. He was taken suddenly ill on August 23, and admitted to the hospital the same day. Private Norton was an Indian and had only been attached to this unit for about one month, and has a wife and family living at West Bay, Manitoulin Island.
The Recorder, Gore Bay, Thursday, September 7, 1916
Transcribed by Marilyn Irish

Former Gore Bay Teacher Passes at Espanola
Miss Maud Norton is called by Death
Sudbury Star:- The entire town was profoundly shocked on Monday morning at the news of the somewhat sudden death of Miss Maud Norton, principal of the Espanola Public School for nearly six years. Miss Norton was feeling unwell with a sore throat on Friday morning and dismissed her class at noon, when she took to her bed. There was a development of diphtheria but she was able to come down stairs on Monday morning but at 10 o’clock she collapsed from heart failure and died almost immediately. Miss Norton was one of the most successful teachers in Ontario and had charge of the Public school in Espanola even before the present fine building was erected. She came here from Gore Bay, but had taught at several places in eastern Ontario. The funeral services were held in the Union Church, which the deceased lady and her family attended. Owing to the circumstances the body was not brought to the church, where the services were conducted by the Rev. T. D. Jones, the pastor. The numerous and costly floral offerings had been taken to the church and mountains and cascades of the most beautiful blooms surrounded the pulpit and platform. The music of the service was rendered by the choir of the church augmented and assisted by the vested boy choir of St. George’s Anglican Church. The lesson was read by Rev. H. Cocks of the Anglican Church. A brief and touching address was made by Rev. T.D. Jones. After the service a procession was formed, consisting of the vested Anglican Church choir, then the Union Church choir, the trustees of the Public school, the pupils of Miss Norton’s school class, followed by the pallbearers and then the entire congregation. The pallbearers were Dr. McCarroll, Messrs. Dibblee, Deneault, Christie, J. Thibideau and A. McDermid. On the verandah of the Norton home a second service was held, at which Rev. H. F. Corks, an old friend of the deceased, preached a sermon of hope and the route to the cemetery was resumed. At the grave the prayers were read by Rev. T.D. Jones and the benediction was pronounced by Rev. H.F. Cocks. Rev. Father Brennan was out of town and unable to be present but sent his deep regrets. The ………….(can’t read) justifying the universal respect and esteem which Miss Norton was held by all classes and denominations. The town has lost an earnest worker and the schools a devoted teacher and principal.
The Recorder, Gore Bay, Thursday, May 7, 1925
Transcribed by Marilyn Irish

PETER PAUL NOTZL
We are devastated to advise that Peter left us unexpectedly in the small hours of January 30, 2013, while in hospital after a period of illness. Peter is survived by his cherished wife of 40 years, Jane; his daughter Lindsay (Jon), of whom he was so proud; his siblings Irene, Helen (Walter) and Thomas; his siblings-in-law Diane and Dennis; nephew Dennis (Tina) and children Stephanie, Vanessa and Alicia; nephew Jeff (Angela) and their child Brendan; nephew Adam; niece Stephanie; nephew Michael; and great-niece Alexis. Friends were invited to a visitation at the Highland Funeral Home, 10 Cachet Woods Court, Markham (northeast corner of 16th Avenue and Highway 404, 905-887-8600) on Saturday, February 2, 2013, from 5 pm to 9 pm, and to a celebration of his life and loving farewell to him at the same venue on Sunday, February 3, at 2 pm with a visitation beginning from 1 pm. Reception followed. Donations to a worthy cause of your choice would be appreciated. Online condolences may be sent to highlandfuneralhome.ca/markham.
Manitoulin Expositor, February 6, 2013

LLOYD CLARENCE NOWQUAIKEZHIKGOQUAI-COOPER
Lloyd Clarence Nowquaikezhikgoquai-Cooper (aka Buster) of Wikwemikong passed away peacefully surrounded by family at the Manitoulin Health Centre, Little Current on Wednesday, March 16th, 2011 in his 63rd year. Beloved husband of Judy Trudeau and Judy Armstrong. Dear son of Olivina Cooper of Wikwemikong and special son of Johnny Enosse (predeceased). Loving father of Justin (wife Brenda) of Scarborough, Mark (friend Lisa) of Orillia, Fred (wife Arrow) of Grayling, Michigan, Jeff (friend Chantell) of Wikwemikong, Gregory of Wikwemikong, Ruby of Sudbury, Mandy of Orillia and Destiny of Wikwemikong. Will be sadly missed by grandchildren, Luke, Ashley, Jocelyn, Jolene, Justine, Zachery, Dustin and Justis-Lee. Very dear brother of Adolphus, Wilfred, Theresa, Joseph (Elsie), Loretta, Timothy (Elizabeth), Roger (Racheal), Juanita, Rachel (Douglas), Tim, Sharon and Karen. Godfather of John (Zhabdiis) Dokum and Christopher Cooper. Will be remembered by many nieces and nephews, friends and relatives. Lloyd enjoyed his car rides, watching Walt Disney shows such as Shrek, Finding Nemo and Homebound. He also enjoyed farming, being a hockey dad, buying and fixing up his vehicles and watching his grandchildren grow. Lloyd worked in Chapleau for many years. He worked for Wiky Housing and the Wiky garage until retirement. Friends called at his residence at 2313 Kaboni Road, Kaboni on Friday, March 18th from 2 p.m. On Saturday March 19th at 2 p.m. he was transferred to the Kaboni Church for Visitation until the time of the Funeral Mass at the Holy Cross Mission Church, Wikwemikong on Monday, March 21st at 11 a.m. with Father Doug McCarthy officiating followed by his interment at his residence in Kaboni. Arrangements by Bourcier Funeral Home Ltd., Espanola.
Manitoulin Expositor, March 23, 2011



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