2012 Six HSC grads…

Margaret (Nesbitt) Pozner, Cl’45F

Margaret died on December 29, 2012.  She was the beloved wife of the late Albert and loving mother of Brian (Kendra) and Susan. Grandmother of Jesse and Daniel. She is survived by her sister Mary Ball (Lloyd). Funeral will be at Steeles Memorial on December 31st at 10 a.m. and interment to follow at Mount Sinai Cemetery.

Link to Legacy Obituary: https://legcy.co/3aoUUch


Frances Louise Menary, Cl’48F

Frances died at Victoria Hospital, London on Friday December 14, 2012 in her 89th year. Beloved daughter of the late Lewis and Lucy Menary. Dear sister of Bette Menary of Toronto and sister -in-law of Marion Menary of Grand Valley. Also survived by her nieces and nephews and their families. Predeceased by her brother Lewis Menary, sisters Eleanor Richardson, Pauline Coulter and Kathleen Bergen, nephew Christopher Menary and niece Kathy Bergen. Fran was a nursing instructor at Fanshawe College, London for many years and was an active member of St. James Westminster Anglican Church. The family would like to thank the nurses and staff at Grandwood Park Retirement Residence for their care and support.

(Link to obituary: https://www.amgfh.com/condolences/obituary.aspx?id=172629)


Margaret Ann (Patterson) Littlewood, Cl’57F

Margaret died peacefully, surrounded by those she loved, on Tuesday, November 20th, 2012. She was the devoted Mother of Patrick and Nancy, and the loving mother-in-law of Colin Jenkins. She was the very proud grandmother of Riley, Kaitlyn and Jonni. Margaret was predeceased by her parents Frank and Myrtle Patterson and brother Gerald Patterson as well as former husband Capt. David Littlewood of the Oakville Fire Department. She will be fondly missed by siblings Eleanor Earnshaw (the late Charles), Rev. Dr. Marney Patterson (Joan) and Peggy Robertson (John). Margaret will also be sadly missed by all of her nieces, nephews, family and friends. Margaret was a registered nurse at SickKids Hospital in Toronto where her strength and compassion in caring for others might only be surpassed by her strong roots in faith with St. Hilda’s Anglican Church. A special thanks to the nurses, support workers, and all others at St. Luke’s Place in Cambridge…. (As appeared in Oakville Beaver, 22 Nov 2012, p. 39)


Anne (Banks) Geddes, Cl’58.

We learned that Anne died in 2012 but we cannot locate her obituary.


Patricia Rozmary (Goetz) Jewett, Cl’69.

Peacefully at home in the presence of family, Patricia “Patsy” or “Pat” Rozmary Jewett R.N. (nee Goetz) passed away Sunday, April 15th in her 64th year. Patsy was the childhood sweetheart and exceptional wife of David “Doc” Jewett and fabulous mother and best friend of daughter Stacey. Patsy was predeceased by her parents Phyllis and Ab Goetz of London, Ontario. Patsy was a proud graduate of the Toronto Hospital for Sick Children (’69) and loved every day of her 43 years of nursing, touching the lives of many patients and colleagues. After transitioning from paediatrics, Patsy worked as a family practice nurse for Doctors Raes and Costin in Burlington. She recently celebrated her 20th anniversary at the Kenilworth Family Practice Team in Hamilton, working primarily with Dr. Ken Burgess, as well as with Doctors Blew, Cree, Davis and Zrinscak. Patsy spent a lifetime caring for others and over the past nine months was herself cared for and guided by the dedicated, compassionate and professional staff at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and the Odette Cancer Centre. We send our highest praise and sincere appreciation to Doctors Brenneman, Ko and Selby and to the nursing and medical support staff of the in-patient Medical (C2) and Surgical (D6) Oncology wards. A very special thank you also to nurses Julie Diemert and Tanya Haines, Maria Waldron and Kellie Watts, who were instrumental in both the professional and personal care Patsy received while in hospital and at home. Patsy’s was a life lived with much laughter and love. She will be missed by all who knew her. …

Link to Legacy obituary: https://legcy.co/2LPQOjo


Joan Vivian (Aggett) MacKinnon, Cl’60


“Joan passed away Saturday morning, March 3, 2012, at the Greater Niagara General Hospital with family by her side. She will be greatly missed by husband Gale, sister Kathy, son Jonathan, daughter Kate, son- in-law Remy, grandchildren Marnie and J.D., dog Jakes, her wonderful extended family and many friends. Daughter of the late Arthur and Vivian Aggett of Toronto. Joan attended Kerrisdale School in Vancouver and Leaside High School in Toronto. Graduate of The Hospital for Sick Children School of Nursing in Toronto (1960) and McGill University, B.Sc., Nursing (1964). Joan taught nursing at The Hospital for Sick Children and later at The St. Catharines School of Nursing. Joan and Gale owned and operated MacKinnon Guardian Drugs at Drummond & Dunn Streets from 1970 to 2011. Joan’s life shines with her devotion to community service, her unfaltering energy for the development of her son Jonathan and special needs advocacy. She believed in the unconditional acceptance, love and helping of others. She served as Area Representative for Registered Nursing Association of Ontario, Executive of the Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario, Educator with the Niagara School for Parents and founding member and President of the Ontario Prader-Willi Syndrome Association.”
(From Morse & Son obituary)

Link to Morse and Son obituary: https://www.morseandson.com/memorials/joan-mackinnon/1149300/obituary.php



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