WEBSTER, Christine

WEBSTER, Christine, passed away Sunday August 14, 2016 at CKHA Public General in her 51st year. Daughter of Donald Bicknell and Fran McGoldrick. Mother of Jessica Brown (Webster) and husband Neill. Grandmother of Alexander Brown. Sister of Donna Wood. Also survived by Donald Bell, Christopher Bell and Natasha Sit (Bell). A gathering to celebrate Christine’s life to take place at … Read More

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BURTCH, Mrs. Gladys Elaine

BURTCH, Mrs. Gladys Elaine, a life long resident of Chatham passed away while surrounded by family on Thursday July 28,2016 at 71 years. Daughter of the late Harold and Ella Mae Johnston (nee Furtah). Wife of Peter. Mother of Carol Sikkema and James Burtch. Mother in law of Rodica Burtch. Grandmother of Nicholas and Matthew. Special thanks to Chatham-Kent Hospice, … Read More

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HEGMANS, Mrs. Dorothy

HEGMANS, Mrs. Dorothy, a resident of Chatham passed away while surrounded by family on Tuesday, July 26,2016 at 78 years at Copper Terrace. Born in Fairgrounds, Ontario, the daughter of the late Charles and Reta Reid. Mother of Wayne (Annette), Peter (Lori), Paul (Holly), Perry (Cindy), Pam (Jason) and Crystal (Barb). Grandmother of 11 and Great grandmother of 17. Sister … Read More

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BROWE, James Peter

BROWE, James Peter, a resident of Blenheim, after a courageous battle with cancer passed away at his home while surrounded by his family on Monday July 25,2016 at 66 years. Husband of Rita for over 22 years. Born in Bothwell, the son of the late George and Mary Browe. Father of Michelle Rotschenk (Andy) and Mike Harris. Grandfather of Cody, … Read More

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So What’s the Point?

So What’s the Point? Are you crazy?!? Why would you possibly want to open a new funeral home in a town already over saturated with funeral homes? The sale of one funeral home, causing you to lose your job, leaving you with the option to move or commute is not the necessary catalyst to venture out into the entrepreneurial world. … Read More

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The Funeral Business is a Difficult One

The Funeral Business is a difficult one. We joke with each other here at Life Transitions that we don’t pray for people to die but we do pray that they call us when they do. As a family we pray for our business and for our client families. Our children pray for our business, their friends pray for our business … Read More

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CORBIN, Mrs. Glena Lousie (Grosse)

CORBIN, Mrs. Glena Lousie (Grosse), a resident of Chatham passed away Sunday July 3, 2016 at CKHA Public General in her 84th year. Wife of the late William Finley and the late Stuart Corbin. Mother of Elynore, Barbara Jean, Howard (Christine), William, Carl, Stuart, Glenda (Glen), Dawn (Jeff), Kathleen and Paula. Grandmother of 14 and great grandmother of 11. Survived … Read More

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ROOKE, Mr. Brian George

ROOKE, Mr. Brian George, a resident of Chatham, after a courageous battle with cancer passed away at his home while surrounded by his family on Monday June 20,2016 in his 70th year. Husband of Sandra for over 27 years. Born in Regina, Saskatchewan, the son of the late John and Amelia Rooke. Brother of the late Sharon Patterson. Father of … Read More

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Cremation – Did You Know?

Life Transition - Cremation in Chatham-Kent

Cremation has been used for thousands of years, and in many different cultures. For example, in England and Japan, cremation is the most widely practiced burial method. More Canadians are choosing cremation every year, for a variety of reasons.  An elaborate burial isn’t everyone’s preference. For some, a simple approach like cremation offers a meaningful expression of how they would … Read More

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