CAMPBELL: Elizabeth Aileen (nee Jennings)

aileen-campbell-003Campbell: Elizabeth Aileen – Passed away peacefully at the Nithview Community Home in New Hamburg on February 9, 2017 at the age of 105.

She was predeceased by her parents John (1953) and Lazelle (1960) Jennings, her husband Charles Walter Campbell (1946), and brother Cyril Milton Jennings. She is survived by her son Barry Campbell and his wife Jackie of Kitchener as well as her grandsons Patrick (Lindsay) Campbell of Calgary and Charlie (Sylvia) Campbell of Edmonton as well as her great grandson Carter in Calgary.

Formerly of Port Credit, where she worked for the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce for 40 years, she was active in the First United Church of Port Credit and the women’s auxiliary of the Trillium Hospital for over 40 years. In retirement, she enjoyed traveling and rooting for the Blue Jays as well as walking and playing bridge with her friends. In the summer, she also enjoyed time at the cottage with her family and friends.

Her family would like to thank the Nithview community and all the care givers that have worked on the third floor of the long-term care facility over the last 10 years. You were wonderful. Cremation has taken place and a celebration of her life will be held at a later date, probably in the summer.

Funeral Arrangements have been entrusted to the Glendinning Funeral Home, Plattsville.

EPPLETT: Pauline LaNore

pauline-epplett-2Pauline LaNore Epplett (nee Armbrust)

10 October, 1929 Buffalo, N.Y. – 08 February, 2017, Paris, ON

It is with much sadness but some measure of peace that we announce the passing of Pauline in the late afternoon of 08 February at Park Lane Terrace, after a brief recent illness and a much longer trial with Alzheimer’s.

Daughter of Harley and Ila (Stephenson) Armbrust of Pelham, ON, Mom is survived by sisters Dr. Nancy Armbrust (Lorne Carson) and Elizabeth (Bob Young), and children Tom (Julia), Lorie and Chris, and two grandsons, Colin (Jennifer) and Matthew MacDonald.  She is pre-deceased by 2 children at birth, her husband Carl, and siblings Katharine, Jim and Barbara. Mom had a large, fun-loving extended family (and almost as many in-laws) with whom many happy memories have been made over the years.

A teacher earlier and later in her life, Pauline raised their family in St. Catherines, London, Woodstock and the Drumbo-Ayr area, working at the Post Office, Oxford and Ayr Credit Union, as an Avon Lady and in the fall tobacco harvest. She sang in local choirs, quilted, knitted and was involved in a number of community organizations; she also wrote the Epplett family history for her in-laws.

Mom was one of the most uncomplaining and kindly of souls, with rarely a bad word to say about anyone- our world needs more like her; she will be sorely missed. Many, many thanks to the staff of Park Lane Terrace for seeing both Mom and Dad (and their family) through to the end.

Cremation has taken place; a memorial celebration will be held when the weather gets nicer. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Park Lane Terrace Memorial Fund and the Drumbo Agricultural Society (via Glendinning Funeral Home www.gffh.ca ), institutions which meant a lot to both Mom & Dad.

BRANIFF: Ronald William

img_0202-002BRANIFF: Ronald William – passed away peacefully on Wednesday February 1, 2017 at his residence, Nithview Home, New Hamburg in his 82nd year.

Dear father of Wayne & wife Sandra of RR#4 Bright, Gwen & husband Jerry Bratvold of Plattsville, Gary & wife Cathy of RR#1 Bright, Linda & her husband Ron Taylor of RR#2 Wallenstein, Rob & wife Deb of London and Rick of Kitchener  Sadly missed by his 14 grandchildren and 24 great grandchildren.  Survived by his sister Lori Czarny.

Predeceased by his parents Victor & Mildred Braniff, brother Jerry & Ted Braniff and sisters Joan Schaefer, Marjorie Komer, and Carol Lindsay.

A private family interment will take place in Woodland Cemetery in the Spring.  In lieu of flowers, donations to the Heart & Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family.

Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the Glendinning Funeral Home, Plattsville.