Ella (Barkwell) Hall Cl’45F
Passed away peacefully in her 92nd year in Montreal on Monday, November 10, 2014. Predeceased by her beloved husband Rea Hall, her brothers and sisters Pauline, Antoinette, Lesley and Kirbel, and survived by her beloved sister Wilma. She will remain forever in the hearts of her dear children Joan, Helen, Kathryn, Don and Bob, her grandchildren Jesse, Ayla and Linnea, and her many nieces and nephews. Ella trained as a nurse during the war years (1942-45) at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. She married Rea, her childhood sweetheart in 1948, and then transferred to the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal, where she and her new husband started a family of five. Ella was the nurse for the neighbourhood, was involved in Engineers Wives for many years and helped form a book group which was of great importance to her and is still active today. When Rea retired they moved to St. Donat, where they had a summer residence since the 1950s. It was their dream. She enjoyed the country and nature and loved to teach children to swim. Ella was a skier, sailor, swimmer and canoer, and also had fun playing bridge with the girls. As with many Montrealers she and her husband were very fortunate to enjoy the hospitality of the Laurentians, and they both appreciated the excellent health care that was provided to them in their final years.
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Norma Mildred Huber Cl’38F
Norma passed away suddenly on August 26, 2014 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Kitchener. She was born in Kitchener (formerly Berlin) on August 31, 1916 to Herbert and Mabel Huber. She was predeceased by her brothers Ross (Gladys), Grant (Mary), sister Doris (2013) and niece Nancy (Burke). She is survived by her niece Barbara (Rick) of Markham, nephews David (Cynthia) of Westcliffe Colorado, Chris (Kedy) and Alan (Ngaio) of Vancouver. She will be sorely missed by her niece and nephews and great and great-great nieces and nephews who knew her as a kind, generous, fun loving aunt. Norma was an enthusiastic and meticulous genealogist and was an organizer of two large Huber Family re-unions in 1991 and 2000. She loved bird-watching and travelling (even going on a trip to the Amazon in her eighties). Both she and her sister Doris supported numerous charities related to the preservation of the environment and wildlife and aid in 3rd world countries. Also, Norma sponsored a foster child for many years in South America. She sang in various church choirs and especially enjoyed being a bell-ringer in a choral group. Norma trained as a nurse at Toronto Sick Kids Hospital and then worked in the lab at the Banting Institute until she retired. She caringly looked after Doris helping her reach the age of 103. A special thanks to Seble and Dorine her home care workers, her friends at Sandhills Retirement community and her longtime friends (too many to list) who helped her remain active and enthusiastic until her passing. She was cremated and a private family service will be held at a later date. Link to obituary: https://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/kitchener-on/norma-huber-6099888
Judith Mary (Kirkland) Campbell Cl’54
Judy died at the Wellington Terrace Long Term Care Homeon Thursday, January 9, 2014. She is survived by her loving husband, James Campbell of Guelph, her sons, John Sinclair (Patti) of Calgary, Brad Sinclair (Linda) or Mississauga, her daughter, Heather Sinclair (Phillip) of Guelph….
Judy graduated as a nurse from the Hospital for Sick Children, School of Nursing in 1954 and worked as a nurse in a number of major Canadian cities before retiring from the University of Guelph’s Student Health Services in 1995.
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