HARTE, Edward John (Jack) – It is with sadness and heaviness of hearts that we announce the sudden death
of the beloved husband of Edith and proud father of Andrew
(Lili) and Laura (Alex).
Jack was the loved brother of Willie, Anna (Scotty), Ron (Joan), Kevin (Sharon), Eileen (Ernest), Marion (Bruce), Janice and late Dorothy (Charlie) and Reg (Patty). He will be remembered fondly by his sister-in-law, Rita, as well as many nieces, nephews and friends.
Jack was a resilient man who overcame numerous obstacles
throughout his life. He will be greatly missed and will be living forever in all of our hearts. Family and friends will
be received for visitation.
Obituaries of Deaf people in 2013:
Teresa Beemster February 02, 2013
Robert J. Padden, Jr April 24, 2013
Joey Wren August 16, 2013
William Zenovitch September 02, 2013
Allan L. Wilson September 27, 2013
Robin Susan Eldridge December 19, 2013
Douglas A. Rowe December 23, 2013
Obituary: Douglas Arthur Rowe (May 16, 1947 – December 23, 2013)
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On December 23, 2013, in Surrey, B.C., Douglas Arthur Rowe Sr. passed away
peacefully at the age of 66 with his family at his side. Much loved and cherished
best friend to his wife of 39 years, Margaret (Peggy) Rowe (Aldergrove, B.C.)
Sadly missed and loved by his children, Douglas Jr (Langley, B.C.), Tara
(Jacksonville, Florida ), Fred (Edmonton, Alberta) and Reba (Vancouver, B.C.).
Beloved son of Lily Rowe (Burlington, Ontario) and much loved brother to Lesley
(John) Roach (Hamilton, Ontario). Will also be sadly missed by grandchildren
Timothy, Chelsea, Tila and great grandson Steven (Aldergrove B.C.). Will also
be missed by his loving “Ford” family, Sharon, Edward, Diane, Robert, Russell
and David (Aldergrove, B.C.), William (Mississauga, Ontario) , as well as the
extended Ford and Rowe families in B.C., Saskatchewan and Ontario. Pre-deceased
by father Fred (2000), father-in-law Charles (1982) and mother-in-law Merle (2004).
Douglas was a graduate of the Ontario School for the Deaf (now Sir James Whitney
School) in Belleville, Ontario and will be missed by the many friends he made while
living at the school and by his love and enjoyment of sports. Heartfelt thanks go
to Dr. Hepburn, nurses and staff at the Kinsmen Place Lodge in Surrey, B.C. who
took such wonderful care of Douglas over the last 8 years. No visitation or funeral.
A private memorial service will take place in early 2014. At the family’s request,
tributes to Douglas may be made by sending donations to the Kinsmen Place Lodge,
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