Obituaries

Lieutenant-Colonel Nancy Ouellet killed

Lieutenant-Colonel Nancy Ouellet was killed at 41 years of age following a motorcycle accident in Nevada.
LCol Ouellet served for 23 years with the Canadian Forces and garnered an impressive number of accomplishments for herself, notably as Commanding Officer of the Canadian Forces Support Unit (C) Colorado Springs, in Colorado (between 2007 and 2010).

Doherty, Joseph William (Bill)

Doherty, Joseph William (Bill) age 86 died peacefully at his daughter Sharon & Bob Catlin’s home in Victoria B.C. May 17, 2010, son of the late William John Doherty and late Allyce Wilson. Bill was a veteran (WWII) of the RCAF North Atlantic Squadron. After the war Bill held several positions in the Heavy Equipment Business (truck division) where he was well respected.

Lucille Wagner O’Connell 1921 - 2010

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Lucille Wagner O’Connell
1921 - 2010
 

Miller, Ernest 1920 – 2010

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Miller, Ernest 1920 – 2010

Lucille Wagner O’Connell

 

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O’Gallagher laid to rest

"Marianna. Where do I start?"

James Callery would know as well as most people. It was he who donated the Celtic Cross that stands on McMahon Street, a monument not only to the rich Irish heritage of Québec, but to Marianna O'Gallagher's undying commitment to have their voices, both past and present, heard.

Remembering Lt. Col. Jean Charles Forbes

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"He fought for peace," said Michael Forbes, "not to make war."  Memorial Video here.

Forbes was addressing a gathering of approximately 300 people Friday at the Ancienne Lorette Church, there to pay its last respects to his father, Lieutenant Colonel Jean Charles Forbes.

Funeral Notice for Jean-Charles Forbes

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Funeral will be held at L'eglise Notre-Dame-de-L'Annonciation
1626 Notre Dame, L'Accienne-Lorette on Friday 2PM May 28

Huguette (Drolet) Scardina

 

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Colonel becomes highest-ranking officer to die in Afghanistan

A 42-year-old colonel and a 26-year-old Ontario soldier are the latest soldiers to die in the war in Afghanistan.

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