With heavy hearts we announce the passing of Daniel Clare Latendre.

 

Born in Tweed, April 21st, 1947, to Felix Latendre and Mary (O'Connor). He married Katherine (LaCroix) in 1983 and was an incredible father to Angela (Scott), Sarah (Tom), and Dan (Whitney. He was a proud Papa to Brandon, Jordan, Jackson, and Bodie. He is survived by siblings Theresa and Rita (Gord). Predeceased by Peter, Alice, Dorian and Gerard.

 

Clare proudly lived and raised his family on the land passed down through generations. Though he would have loved to live out his last years hunting and fishing, sadly Dementia and Parkinson's had other plans.

 

The family would like to extend gratitude to the staff of Centennial Manor in Bancroft for the support provided during his last years.

 

The family has chosen a private burial service.

DUNHAM: Sylvia Anne,

 

peacefully at home, on Saturday, May 22, 2021.

 

Born in Belleville, on May 23rd, 1961, the daughter of Elizabeth Palmateer and the late Eldon Allore. Sylvia will be missed by her husband Arden Dunham; her children Matthew Dunham, Tristan Dunham, Meredith Dunham and Taylor Dunham (Halle); her mother Elizabeth (Jonathan); her grandmother Sylvia Palmateer; siblings Brett Allore (Jacqueline) and Tim Allore (Michele); her step siblings Dolores Dingle, Debbie Smith (Kevin), Danny Monds, and Darlene Monds; her soul sisters Patsy Spicer (Wayne), Valerie Nugent, Jennet Honey (Pat), Monica Parks (Ed), Cece Buessecker, Christine Howieson (John): her aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends.

 

Due to covid restrictions a private family interment will be held, with a celebration of life will be held at a later date.

 

Donations appreciated to Tweed-Hungerford Agricultural Society or Heart of Hastings Hospice, Madoc.

Lessard: Norman Hugh,

 

peacefully at home, on April 28, 2021.

 

Born in Kaladar Township, on January 30, 1938, the son of the late Iva Plue and Edward Lessard. Norman will be missed and always loved by his wife Connie; his children Grant (Bridget), Wanda (Eric), Greg and Brett; 10 grandchildren; 19 great grandchildren; sisters Marian Bernicky, Mabel Tebo; and the Parks family. Prececeased by his sisters Dorothy Lessard and Patricia Renaud and brother Raymond.

 

Due to covid restrictions there will be a private interment at St. John the Evangelist Cemetery, Flinton

FOBERT: Beverley Ann

 

Beverley Ann Fobert, at Quinte Healthcare, Belleville, on Saturday, April 17, 2021.

 

Born in Renfrew, Ontario, on September 23, 1941, the daughter of the late Rita and Ambrose Woloszik. Beverley will be missed by her loving husband Leo James Fobert (married at St. Francis Xavier Church, Renfrew, on November 9, 1963); her daughters Kimberley (Rob Lamb) and Michelle (Stephen Cameron); grandchildren Taylor Lamb and and Nicholas Cameron; cousin Patricia Visinski; brothers-in-law Clarence (Sandi) Fobert , Cyril (Flo) Fobert; sister-in-law Monica Bernard; and many nieces, nephews and friends.

 

Beverley, in addition to being a loving dedicated wife, mother and grand-mother, she was passionate about her many hobbies, such as sewing, knitting, gardening and cooking. She spent many years working in retail, and in her retirement she enjoyed being an active member in the CWL and Sorority, as well as continuing to be a seamstress and tailor for the surrounding community.

 

Due to Covid directives the Funeral Mass and interment will take place when restrictions are lifted. Donations appreciated to the Diabetes Association or Canadian Cancer Society.

THOMLISON: Norma Ann

 

peacefully at Moira Place LTC, on March 30, 2021. Born in Kaladar, On, on October 19, 1937, the daughter of the late Florence (Tryon) and Mark Knight. Predeceased by her husband Bill Thomlison on January 15, 2006. Norma will be missed by her children Bill (Marianna) Thomlison of Gananoque, Mary (Bob) Mumby of Tweed and Michelle Minnie of Tweed; her grandchildren Mark, Andrea, Michael (Victoria), Sarah (Joey), Jessica, and Adam; her great grandchildren Rawlins, Hazel, Holden, Skylar and Jace; sisters Joyce Gaylord, Jean Head, and Barbara Jerome; brother-in-law Shawn (Marina) Thomlison. Predeceased by siblings Bill Knight, Joan McLaughlin, and Robert Knight.

 

Due to covid restrictions, a private family interment will be held at Victoria Cemetery, Tweed.

 

A special thank you to all the staff at Moira Place for their care over the last two years.

 
Conchie: Marion
1923 - 2021

Daughter of Margaretta and John William Tinkler. Sister of Wilfred. Marion has returned to Toronto and Beyond to be with her husband Bruce and son Eric. She has departed from her son Brent (Kelly); Grandaughters Laura, Megan, Emily and their mother Katherine; Grandsons-in-law Sean, Ben and Mitchell;Great-grandchildren. Cameron, Amelia, Gregory and Reggie. Kelly's daughter Jenna (Rob) and granddaughter Regan. Many friends and Members.
Those that Marion has departed from wish to Thank the Entire Staff of Hastings Centennial Manor. You are a tribute to your Professions and Hastings County.

Flieler, Winnifred (nee Kellar)

With great sadness, we announce the peaceful passing of Win on February 6th, 2021, at Village Green, Selby, ON, at the age of 86. Winn was the cherished wife of the late Ferdinand, and he was her forever love.

Win will be endlessly missed by her caring children Donna Green (Rick) and Jim Flieler (Deb). She also leaves behind many grandchildren, great and great-great, other extended families, and siblings.

Win will forever be remembered as "The Chocolate Lady" for her generous offerings over the past years, specifically to all her caregivers.

Extensive heartfelt thanks from her children are extended to Linda Pierce and all her respectful team. They were also "family" at Village Green. Their compassionate care and patience in Win's past years were greatly appreciated.

Cremation entrusted to Cassidy Funeral Home has taken place, and at Win's request, no service to be held.

Condolences may be left at www.cassidyfuneralhome.ca.

If desired, donations in Win's memory may be made to the charity of your choice.

LaJOIE: John Joseph George (Jack)

 

at Carlingview Manor, Ottawa, on Februeary 4, 2021.

 

Born in Tweed, on June 30, 1945, the son of the late Rita (Cassidy) and John LaJoie. Jack will be missed by his wife Anne (Shanque); his daughter Erin (Gary) Laverdure, grandchildren Kelli and Kyle; sisters Mary ( Maurice) Goulah, late Lorna (Doug) Alderson, Sheila (late Dennis) Wright; and brother Leo.

 

Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Carthagh's Church, Tweed, on Saturday, February 13, at 11am. Due to Covid restrictions, numbers are limited. Please contact Cassidy Funeral Home (613-478-3807) to RSVP Attendance. Interment at St. Carthagh's Cemetery, Tweed.

James "Jim" Albert Hartin (Hop)


of Grande Prairie, Alberta formerly of Tweed, Ontario. Peacefully in hospice with his beloved Gloria Moberley at his side.


Jim will be missed by Gloria's children who he considered his family: Russell (Rachel) Moberley, Amanda (Blain) Merrier and Jennifer Moberley. Poppa Jim will be missed by grandchildren Liam, Mara and Shaniele. He is survived by his sister Linda (John) Hunt and brother, Bill (Darlene) Hartin, nieces and nephews and their families. Jim was predeceased by his parents Bill and Thelma.

 

At Jim's request no service was held. His ashes have been sent to Tweed where he will be buried at a later date in Victoria Cemetery. Donations appreciated to the Tweed Food Bank.

BOSLEY, Bernard Lawrence

at Belleville General Hospital on Friday, January 8, 2021 in his 94th year.

Bernard will always be loved and missed by his wife Joyce (Hunt), children; the late Wayne (Donna) Bosley, MaryAnne (Don) Langstaff, Michael (Lisa) Bosley, Donald Bosley and Robert (Sandi) Bosley; grandchildren Jessica Gere (Trevor), Jennifer Langstaff (Brad), Paul Langstaff, Bryan Bosley (Amanda), Rachael Bosley, Megan Trotter (Dylan) and Mitchell Bosley (Madison); great grandchildren Logan, Lucas, Oliver, Alex and Braxton; and his siblings Edna (late Roger) Guennette and Teresa (Arnold) Sedore. Predeceased by his parents Matilda Fobert and Moses Bosley; first wife Margaret Abrams; son Wayne Bosley and siblings Lena (Ray) Johnson and Francis (Bernadine) Bosley. Cremation has taken place.

 

A Funeral Mass will be held at a later date.

Anthony LaJoie (1931-2021)


husband of the late Irene Power, passed away peacefully at Moira Place on Tuesday, January 5, 2021 in his 90th year.

Anthony is survived by his children Maria (Gerry Cockburn), Laurel (D'Arcy Levesque), Robert (Judy) and Tony (Nancy); grandchildren Kyle, Nathan, David, James, Kelly, Norah, Julie, Philip, Emily, Joseph and Hilary; great-grandchildren Alanna, Brennan, Hannah, Kieran, Leah, Rosie, Freddy, Lainey, Clark and Clara; brother-in-law John Power, sisters-in-law Carmel (James LaJoie), Irene (Michael Power), Marguerite (Sylvester Power) and many nieces and nephews. Anthony was predeceased by his parents, John and Kathleen (Kearns) LaJoie, and siblings Helen (John Edmund Cassidy), John (Rita), Mary (Joe McDonald), James, Henry (Monica), and Kathleen (Tom Hopkins).

Anthony was a proud graduate of St. Carthagh's School, Tweed High School, Peterborough Normal School and the University of Western Ontario. He taught for 35 years in various locations: Camp Petawawa, Peterborough, Camp Borden, Little Current, Toronto and Belleville. Anthony absolutely loved his cattle, second only to his family. He was a big dreamer, and made several of those dreams come true. Returning to Tweed in 1966 to raise his family on the farm, was one of them. Anthony loved to sing and dance. He was a member of the St. Carthagh's Church choir, the Knights of Columbus, the Charolais Association and the Ontario Federation of Agriculture.

The family would like to thank Dr. Mustard and the staff at Moira Place for their very loving and attentive care of Anthony during his 9.5 years as a resident. As he would often muse, "Tweed is so very lucky to have this place."

Due to the current Covid-19 restrictions, a small, family graveside service will be held on Friday, January 8, 2021 at St. Carthagh's Cemetery, Tweed, Ontario. Donations appreciated to the Salvation Army or a charity of your choice.

Catherine Cassidy

 

Peacefully on the morning of Sunday, January 3, in her 70th year, Mary Catherine Marguerite Cassidy (known as Catherine) died from a head injury after a fall along with complications from Covid-19. She will be greatly missed by husband James (Jim) McCracken, daughters Andrée and Mary, and grandchildren Kyle and Avery. Jim and Catherine celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary this year. Catherine is remembered by her 5 living siblings: Eleanor Whitelock (Ron), Rose Meagher (Dennis), John (Maureen), Marion Nash (Bill), and André (Janet) and Jim's siblings: Elizabeth McElcheran and Rick McCracken (Dyan). She will also be missed by 20 nephews and nieces and 30 grand nephews and nieces. Catherine was predeceased by her parents, Damien and Helena Cassidy of Tweed, eldest sister Carmel Cassidy, nephew David Cassidy, and Jim's parents, Hugh and Helen McCracken of Brantford.

Catherine was a lawyer in Hamilton, first forming one of the earliest female legal partnerships in Ontario - Wallace and Cassidy. She then joined the Catholic Children's Aid Society of Hamilton, where she worked as legal counsel for over 25 years. She was well respected in the Hamilton legal community, forming many friendships and ultimately being awarded the Patricia Wallace Community Service Award, which recognizes lawyers who practice family law in Hamilton and whose community service and professional conduct best exemplify the qualities of Justice Wallace. Catherine also volunteered with L'Arche Hamilton, acting on their Board of Directors for many years.

Jim and Catherine travelled in their younger years, before eventually deciding to build a cottage in Catherine's hometown of Tweed so that they could spend more time there enjoying family. Catherine was an active member of St. Ann's Catholic Church in Ancaster. Her faith was an important part of her life.

Catherine has been cremated and a burial service will be held at St. Edmund's Catholic Church in Stoco, near Tweed, in the spring. Arrangements entrusted to the Cassidy Funeral Home, Tweed. When conditions allow, a memorial service in Hamilton will take place in the spring or summer.

Donations in Catherine's memory could be made to L'Arche Hamilton (www.larchehamilton.org), the Stratford Festival of Canada (www.stratfordfestival.ca), or a charity of your choice.

HOLMES, Barbara Ann


surrounded by her family, on Thursday, December 31, 2020 in her 79th year.

 

Daughter of the late Rose (Monaghan) and Edward Leveck. Loving wife of the late Wayne Holmes. Barb will always be loved and missed by her children Lisa (Mark) LeSage, Pat Holmes and Chrissy Holmes (Brian Maines); grandchildren Anastasia LeSage, Sarah LeSage and Rory LeSage; siblings Teddy Leveck, Marlene (Harold) Boomhower, Michael (Laurie) Leveck, Louie (Shirley) Leveck, Leonard (Lynn) Leveck, Suanne (Roger) Scott and Kathy (John) Scott. Barb will also be missed by brothers and sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews and friends. Predeceased by her brothers Laverne Monaghan and Leon Leveck and sisters-in-law Brenda Leveck and Eileen Monaghan. Cremation has taken place.

 

Adhering to Covid-19 restrictions, a private graveside service will be held at St. Carthagh's Cemetery, Tweed on January 9, 2021. Donations appreciated to the Diabetes Association, Arthritis Society or the Royal Canadian Legion Br. 428 Tweed. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

 

Dorothy Marie Lessard (nee Rashotte)

The family announce the gentle passing of Dorothy Lessard in her 98th year, beloved wife of the late Joseph Lessard, at Moira Place in Tweed, Ontario, on the 28th of December 2020.

Devoted mother of Greg (Barbara), Denise (Rick), David (deceased) (Caralyn), Kevin (Connie) and Joe (Karen). Predeceased by her loving parents Joseph and Catherine Rashotte, sisters Agathe, Sister Patrice, Marjorie (Cartha); and brothers Wilfred (Laurette), Terence (Mary), Don (Margaret), and Kenneth. She leaves behind brothers Raymond (Marion), Stafford (Bernice), and Cleon (Jean), and sister-in-law Theresa. Loved and missed by her eleven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, along with many nieces and nephews.

A private graveside service in keeping with Covid protocol will take place for the immediate family. A celebration of life service will take place at some future date. 

Donations appreciated to St. Carthagh's Church or Moira Place

McKENZIE-CHARLES, Elinor Irene


at the Heart of Hastings Hospice House, Madoc on Wednesday, December 16, 2020 in her 81st year.

 

Elinor will always be loved and missed by her children Heather and Neil; grandchildren Shawn, Victoria and Niall; great granddaughter Tatiana; and siblings Donald, Noreen, Catherine, Richard, James and Alice. Predeceased by her parents Lucy (Yandreskie) and Vincent Peplinski; son John and brother David. Cremation has taken place. As per the directive from the Bereavement Authority of Ontario, attendance numbers are restricted.

 

Please contact Cassidy Funeral Home, 613-478-3807 between 8am and 4pm or info@cassidyfuneralhome.ca to RSVP attendance at the funeral. Funeral Mass will be held at St. Carthagh's Church, Tweed on Saturday, December 19, 2020 at 1pm. Interment of Ashes St. Kasimir Cemetery, Round Lake Centre will take place in the summer.

Michael Andrew Letwin Jr.


passed suddenly at home on Monday, December 14th 2020 at the age of 42.

 

He leaves behind his mom Diane (Mike Sr.), his sisters Amber (Leon), Hali, and Sarah, his nephew Laine, his nieces Lacey and Charlee, his cat Picasso, and all of his friends who he loved so dearly. Mike was a kind-hearted, caring person who was heavily involved in the community. He grew up in Tweed, and moved to Belleville where he was a probation and parole officer for 17 years. Mike was an active volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Hastings and Prince Edward Counties, Quinte Crime Stoppers, the Canadian Mental Health Association, and the Belleville Lions Club, to name a few. He was an OMHA referee for 20 years, and he also served on the Belleville Planning Committee for over 10 years. He recently moved back to Tweed a couple of years ago and was in the process of receiving his paralegal license. He will forever be remembered for his big heart, his sense of humour, and his dedication to his friends, family, and community. He was a huge Montreal Canadiens fan, loved wrestling, and unfortunately, loved to sing.

 

Cremation has been arranged and a private burial will be held at St. Carthagh's Cemetery in Tweed, where he will be reunited with his dad, Mike Sr. A celebration of life will be held at a later date where all of Mike's friends and extended family will be welcome to attend, and share their fondest memories of Mike, which is what Mike would have wanted. Donations can be made in Mike's memory to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Hastings and Prince Edward Counties, which was the charity that was closest to his heart. https://hastings-pec.bigbrothersbigsisters.ca/donate/

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