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Born in Inverness, Cape Breton, she spent most of her life in Cole Harbour, and was the daughter of Wilena McLellan and John Leo MacIsaac and absolutely the best mom to Kara Lee and Jeremy . Deedee loved being a grandmother to Connor, Owen, and Hailey and they were blessed with her unconditional love. She was a big part of their lives and her kindness, compassion, and their love for her will live on. Mrs. White spent her whole life educating and inspiring young people both in and out of a classroom. To a casual observer her teaching style may not have seemed much different than that of other teachers, but it didn’t take long for families to realize how special a teacher she was. Her devotion to find the best in every child was not due to her classes being filled with perfectly well-behaved children, it was rooted in her ability to create an exceptionally caring classroom with her love for every child she taught. Years after retirement family and friends would often hear “Mrs. White, was my absolute favourite teacher.” Her resilience knew no bounds and her wisdom and incredible hugs inspired everyone she reached as a mother, deedee, wife, sister, aunt, teacher, friend, and proud member of the community. This loss is immeasurable, but her impact will be everlasting. A gathering (drop-in) was held in Cole Harbour Funeral Home by Arbor Memorial Saturday, June 27th. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Victorian Order of Nurses Canada or the Kidney Foundation of Canada. It is with sadness that we announce the death of Theresa Hogan , at the Trillium Hospital, Mississauga, on Saturday, November 20th, 2021. Born in Rocky Ridge , Nova Scotia, Theresa was in her 88th year. She is survived by her son Michael , her sisters Josephine , Tena , Betty, and her brother Anthony , as well as her sisters-in-law Mary and Helen Campbell. After moving from Cape Breton to Toronto, Theresa worked for Kimberley-Clark Paper until the birth of her son Michael. Theresa with her husband John, worked tirelessly as advocates for the mentally handicapped on behalf of their son Michael. Theresa loved reading, book clubs, music, and her vacations in Cape Breton. She had a great appreciation of family and dedication to the well-being of her son. On her husband’s retirement, she moved from Scarborough to Amica in Mississauga.

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Reynolds would look back wryly on the Taylor affair, acknowledging that no man could have resisted her and that she actually voted for Taylor when she was up for best actress in 1960. The former romantic rivals had reconciled years before Taylor died in 2011; Reynolds recalled they had both been passengers on the Queen Elizabeth. “All of my husbands have robbed me blind,” she asserted in 1999. “The only one who didn’t take money was Eddie Fisher. He just didn’t pay for the children.” The 1964 Meredith Willson musical, with Molly’s defiant song “I Ain’t Down Yet,” brought Reynolds her only Academy Award nomination. She also received a Tony nomination in 1973 when she starred on Broadway in the revival of “Irene,” in which her daughter also appeared. He said the stress of his sister’s death on Tuesday “was too much” for Reynolds. Carrie Fisher, who was 60, had been hospitalized since Friday. “She’s now with Carrie and we’re all heartbroken,” Fisher said from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where his mother was taken by ambulance earlier Wednesday. This motto on Jameson’s coat-of-arms means “without fear”. After a century of hardship—including American prohibition and the Irish War of Independence—a merger between the four largest brands on the Emerald Isle took place. The old world-renowned distilleries on Bow Street and in John’s Lane in Dublin were closed following the opening of the New Midleton Distillery in Cork. The Bow Street Distillery still serves as museum and mecca for devotees of the spirit, and after its recent reopening is definitely the spot to hit for tours, tastings, and nightlife, with most production taking place in Cork. Students and fans began to demand the song, literally chanting “Sloopy! ” From then on, the band played it at every game before the fourth quarter, a tradition that continues to this day. Marshall is survived by his wife, Barbara, and the couple’s three children, Lori, Kathleen and Scott. In 1970, they turned Neil Simon’s Broadway hit, The Odd Couple, into a sitcom starring Jack Klugman and Tony Randall and produced by Marshall. It ran for five seasons and proved the beginning of a TV sitcom empire that lives on in unending reruns. He died at a Burbank, California, hospital of complications from pneumonia following a stroke, his publicist Michelle Bega said in a statement. But it was goofy, crowd-pleasing comedy that endeared the writer and director to generations of TV viewers in hit sitcoms including Happy Days, Laverne & Shirley and Mork & Mindy. Marshall, who died Tuesday at 81, said in a 1980s interview that humour was his necessary path in life. We have a dynamic team with extensive experience who deliver innovative solutions and custom data to help companies to promote their services. Product availability, descriptions, and prices are subject to change without notice. All items that are in-stock will be noted so throughout the website. Singer Eddie Fisher, ex-husband of Debbie Reynolds and father of Carrie Fisher, was discovered at Grossinger’s in 1949 by singer-actor Eddie Cantor. In the Catskill region of New York State lie the crumbling ruins of Grossinger’s Catskill Resort Hotel. Opened in 1919 by Asher Selig Grossinger and his wife Malka, the resort was once the premier and one of the largest of the Borscht Belt kosher resorts for Jewish clients from New York City. American author; mother of rock star Britney Spears (1998; filed with husband James prior to Britney’s stardom). Comedian; actor (filed in 2009, but dismissed due to improper filing; filed again in 2013). Arkansas businessman; Christmas light sponsor, including at DisneyWorld . California-based dermatoligist to the rich and famous, including the late singer Michael Jackson at the time of his death . Mother of 2012 Olympic Gold Medal U.S. gymnast Gabby Douglas . USObit.com a search engine specialized in obituary, daily updates the publication of notices of death, allowing increased visibility to an additional gateway to pay a final homage to the deceased or at least pay him a posthumous tribute. If you encounter any problems or issues, please, send an email to [email protected] for a direct response. • Browse our categories (action, adventure, comedy, drama, family, fantasy, horror, musical, love, sci-fi, thriller, war and western) and choose a movie to watch. The real life author and organiser of high-stakes celebrity poker games that inspired the film “Molly’s Game” will be delivering a keynote speech and host an exclusive €10,000 invitational poker tournament. Swing back to Vegas in 1999 and it was the then World Wrestling Federation who bought a casino but it never got past concept stage. WWF proposed to open on the property best known as the Debbie Reynolds Hotel and Casino, but now known as the Royal Resort Hotel and Casino. It’s understood they sold it roughly a year later for a few million dollars profit.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Jane’s memory may be made to Trigeminal Neuralgia/Facial Pain Association, 22 SE Fifth Ave., Suite D., Gainesville, FL 32601, fpa-support.org. It is with sadness we announce the passing of Steve LeBlanc, East Margaree on Tuesday, November, 12th, in Sacred Heart Community Health Centre, Cheticamp, with his family by his side. Steve was born on August 6th, 1948, to parents, John Simon and Rosalina LeBlanc. Steve was a dedicated member of St. Michael’s Church, East Margaree, who was a carpenter by trade, hardworking, a lover of nature and being outdoors. He loved watching the birds and whatever wildlife nature placed in front of him. Some of his favourite pastimes were walking on the beach , sitting around a bonfire roasting wieners, stoking the fire, and watching the waves and sunsets. Steve also loved his country music, dancing, playing cards, and doing puzzles. Spending time with family was very important to Steve, he was especially proud of his children and grandchildren and the special times that he spent with them. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his sister Mary and her husband Eddie LeBlanc; brothers, William and Leo Paul. Visitation in St. Michael’s Parish Hall, East Margaree on Sunday, November 17th and the funeral Mass was in St. Michael’s Church, Monday, November 18th, with Father Macdonald Ibeh officiating. Memorial donations in memory of Steve may be made to NS Heart and Stroke or the Alzheimer’s Society. Funeral arrangements are under the care of Sunset Funeral Cooperative. It is with deep sadness that we, her siblings, announce the peaceful death of our sister Margaret Elizabeth MacLennan of Calgary/Deepdale on October 9th with her family by her side. Born on the 29th of September, 1960, Margaret was the daughter of the late Sally and Hugh MacLennan. Margaret is survived by her sister, Sandra , Bedford, and her brothers, Roddie , Bedford, Steve , Margaree, John , Blues Mills, Jerry , Quispamsis, NB, Fr. Danny, parish priest in Mabou, and Bruce , Oakville. Margaret was also truly proud of her nieces and nephews, Shawn, Shauna, Aaron, Sarah, Andrea, Katie, Angus, Margaret, Michael, Ellen, Kathleen, Cheryl, Brian, and Brenda; and great-nieces, Kenzie and Claire, great-nephews, David and Johann. Margaret was lovingly included as a family member in Calgary by cousin Joy and Diego Romero and their children and families. In addition to her parents, Margaret was predeceased by her brothers, Alexander and Gus , and her nephew, Brendan . Margaret was educated in Dunvegan School, Inverness Consolidated and Mabou Consolidated. From there she left to work briefly in Toronto, Whitehorse, and lastly, made her home in Calgary, where she was a valued employee for 29 years with Wastewater Treatment & Water Services Department for the City of Calgary. No work was too much for Margaret whether mowing the fields on a hot summer’s day on Pipers Lane, shovelling snow for her Calgary relations and the elderly in her neighbourhood – she loved to help others. She loved walking and biking and every trail in Calgary was familiar to her. There was nothing she loved more than spending vacation days in Deepdale, walking Inverness beach, picking blueberries, and attending Sunday Mass in Broad Cove – simple things, which caused her such great joy. She spent some time travelling and her best trips were to visit her brother, Fr. Sadly, Margaret’s gentle lifestyle came to a halt when she was diagnosed with gastric cancer. Margaret was determined to live and religiously followed the advice of her doctor in Calgary and also the team in Halifax. The cancer, however, did not heed this advice and as a result our proud sister succumbed to the disease. It was Margaret’s request to be cremated and that has occurred. Visitation was held Sunday October 13th, at the Inverness Funeral Home, Inverness, Nova Scotia. Funeral Mass was celebrated at St Margaret of Scotland Church, Broad Cove, on October 14th, with her brother, Fr. Danny MacLennan officiating with parish priest, Fr. Margaret was laid to rest in Broad Cove, where her beloved family and friends are interred.

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She was even forced to have an auction of some 400 lots from her collection in 2003 at the Julien Auction House. Lots included costumes from Marilyn Monroe, Gloria Swanson, Judy Garland, Fred Astaire, and many other stars. Then she tried developing a museum within the new Hollywood and Highland complex in Hollywood. And finally, she tried to open a museum at Dollywood in Pigeon Forge Tennessee, another money-losing plan. All of these plans left her in deep debt with no alternative but to auction off her treasured collection. All along the way she had approached the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences with the idea of starting a museum and offering her collection at a then reasonable price. Instead the Clarion, off the Strip across from the area’s convention centre, has had several names and had fallen into bankruptcy nearly as many times, he said. Watching it removes some of the sting that Reynolds and her daughter Carrie Fisher recently died a day apart. They had to be each other’s best friends, because only they understood that their public and private lives were indistinguishable. Beautiful lobby, friendly staff, delicious meals and immaculate, relaxing accommodations. Another all suites resort in Punta Cana that earns high rating from our clients and the Travel Insider Staff. A huge skeleton of a whale carved from wood, a wall which transforms into a waterfall, an old Chevy car – all part of the visual delights you’ll see within an array of buffet and a la carte restaurants throughout the whole complex. And to top it off, a disco which is in theme of an old DC6 airplane, with the cone as the DJ booth, the wings as the bar counters. Arguably the best beach in Punta Cana, Bavaro Beach, with white sand and turquoise waters. Villas are set in gardens of tropical flowers, lagoons, and palms. Sandals Resorts have been voted for the last 19 years, “World’s Best”, by travel agents worldwide.

  • Just over the causeway from Mulgrave was Cape Breton Island, which he fell in love with, eventually building a cottage in Mabou Harbour, where he was as happy as a person can be.
  • Daniel was born in Inverness, Nova Scotia, and he moved to Toronto where he met Blanche and was married for 53 years.
  • This loss and others is a tragic reminder of the people behind the legends.
  • He is also survived by daughters, Maria, Loretta, Margaret, Pauline, Bernadette, Rita; and sons, Gerald, John, and Thomas, as well as numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
  • Family and friends gathered at the Nichols Funeral Home, Wilmington, on Wednesday, October 2nd, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Thomas of Villanova Church, Wilmington.

Several big races have an age limit, giving horses only one chance of winning it. For example, horses racing in the Kentucky Derby must be three years old. Many breeders in the Northern Hemisphere will breed so their foals can be born as close to January 1 as possible. This gives the horses more time to develop and mature before starting their racing career. Most Thoroughbred racehorses begin their careers when they are just two years old. It is not uncommon for top horses to race as only two and three-year-olds before retiring and beginning a career in horse breeding. However, some horses do races until the age of five or six and sometimes older as well. Please note that any personal information such as civic address, e-mail, phone number will be removed from your message of sympathy, in order to protect your private life. In addition, any messages containing non-respectful comments or using inappropriate language or any form of advertising, will also be removed. Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Adella Osiecki 2022. In the teak and glass hutch, authentic silver rim roly-poly glasses by artist and glassware designer Dorothy Thorpe conjure images of Don Draper of Mad Men cradling a Canadian Comfort in his Madison Avenue office. A vintage crystal chandelier from the Baccarat room in The Desert Inn and Casino hangs delicately over the solid wood dining table. They say what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, which may be true when it comes to preserving the midcentury architectural masterpieces of Paradise Palms, just north of the Las Vegas city limits. With urban sprawl on the rise in the 1950’s, substantial tract developments began popping up around post-war America.

But in the casino, she’s just another grandma; no one glances her way. The actress had bought many of the items in her collection at auctions and private sales and also received some as gifts,TheLas Vegas Sunreported. Studios such as MGM, Fox and Columbia Pictures had thrown away many of the items she acquired. Reynolds told The Hollywood Reporterin 2014 she tried to get the items moved to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ movie museum. These are Vintage “NOT used in actual casino play” sealed deck of playing cards from the old PaddleWheel Hotel and Casino in Fabulous Las Vegas. Etsy is no longer supporting older versions of your web browser in order to ensure that user data remains secure.

  • While a professor at the University of Illinois teaching in the Department of Mining and Metallurgy Adriaan was actively involved in environmental issues, the civil rights movement, and promoting world peace.
  • Following in the footsteps of starlets Debbie Reynolds and Lee Meriwether, Peggy Ann will simply become a movie star and she will start her journey to the top by winning the local pageant.
  • They say what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, which may be true when it comes to preserving the midcentury architectural masterpieces of Paradise Palms, just north of the Las Vegas city limits.
  • She returned to Inverness to care for her ailing foster brother, Donald, whom she adored.
  • Debbie, as the sympathetic character, went on to even greater career successes with films like“The Gazebo”1959,“The Rat Race”1960 and“How the West Was Won”1962.
  • A mass and celebration of his life will be held at a later date in Cape Breton.

She would like to have thanked the medical team at Victoria County Memorial Hospital for the exceptional care and many kindnesses shown to her at the end of her earthly journey. A private service will take place at a future date. The family of Adriaan Jan de Witte sorrowfully announce the death of their father, grandfather, and great-grandfather on January 19th, 2022. Born in Holland on January 16th, 1924, Adriaan grew up in Brabant and later DenHaag. He served as a medic in the British Army during WWII, returning to study in Bromingen and Leiden after the war, graduating with degrees in physics and mathematics. His marriage in 1948 to Maria Elisabeth Boom of Leiden was the beginning of 70 years of life together. Adriaan and Rie emigrated to the United States in 1951 where they raised their three children. While a professor at the University of Illinois teaching in the Department of Mining and Metallurgy Adriaan was actively involved in environmental issues, the civil rights movement, and promoting world peace. The de Wittes spent summers in Nova Scotia first at Lake Ainslie, Cape Breton, and later Malignant Cove, Antigonish County. The beautiful beaches, the unique culture, and the warm friendships they made drew them back each summer for 37 years. Adriaan was preceded in death by his wife Rie in 2018. He is survived by daughter Bette Leach , Illinois, son Maarten , Idaho, and daughter Beverly Fraser, Antigonish. As well he leaves behind grandsons Jesse Fraser , East Lkae Ainlsie, Seth Fraser , North Lake Ainslie, Skylar Denny-de Witte, California, and great-grandsons Ewan and William MacDonald-Fraser, and Thoreau MacKenzie Fraser. Cremation has taken place with a memorial to follow this summer in Nova Scotia. The family requests donations be made to an environmental or children’s charity of one’s choice. Joseph Alexander Campbell, age 88, of Port Hood and formerly of Glenora Falls, passed away on Friday, December 27th, in Inverness Consolidated Memorial Hospital. Born in Glenora falls on June 9th, 1931, he was a son of the late Dan J and Mary Magdalene Campbell. Alex is survived by his daughter, Jo-Ann Cameron and sons, Alexander Campbell, Sandy ; sisters, Mary and Margaret Campbell; and brother, Angus Campbell. Visitation and funeral mass to be announced at a later date. Memorial donations may be made to a charity of your choice. Funeral arrangements under the direction of the Inverness Funeral Home. Nectaire Bourgeois, age 83, Cheticamp, passed away on Sunday, April 26th, 2020, at the Sacred Heart Community Health Centre, Cheticamp. Nectaire was the son of the late Joseph and the late Marie Anne Bourgeois. He is survived by a son, Roger Bourgeois; brothers, Joseph, Simon Joe, Émile, Gerry, Paul, Simon Peter, Fred, and Lévi; sisters, Bernadette, Anna, Marie, Hélène, and Theresa; grandson, Michel Bourgeois. He was predeceased by his wife, Ethel Bourgeois, and a brother, Alphonse. It is with sadness we announce the death of Rhoda Spencer Lanceleve, which occurred in Inverary Manor, Inverness, on Friday, June 19th. Rhoda was born in Moncton, New Brunswick, on August 31st, 1927, to parents Melvin and Sadie Spencer. Rhoda was a very young girl when her mother passed away. Rhoda was a registered nurse and after working in New Brunswick for several years she went to Boston to work in a hospital there and then came back to Canada and worked in Toronto until she retired. Rhoda vacationed in Cape Breton during her working years and when she retired it was to Cape Breton and made her home at West Lake Ainslie. After she retired and moved “home,” Rhoda met Angus Lanceleve and in 1994 they were married.

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