Chris last appeared as an undergrad in the 1972 yearbook, but appears in the 1973 yearbook in the review of Oklahoma!
Christo Spiro ALIVISATOS
June 8, 1956 – March 28, 2020
It is with great sadness and a broken heart that we announce the sudden death of Chris Alivisatos, who passed away on March 28th, 2020, at the age of 63 years old.
Chris was a loving husband of 43 years to his beloved wife, Debra, devoted father to Krista, and son-in-law Jordan, and extremely dedicated Grandpa to his grandchildren Dominic and Cameron.
Chris will be deeply missed by his brother, Michael (Susana), and sisters, Helen (Allan) and Marina (Adam) and many nephews, nieces, childhood friend Rick, long-time friends and his cherished service dog Chimo. He is predeceased by his parents, George and Bertha (née Edwards) and brother Junior.
Chris was a proud Army Veteran and cherished the many friendships and memories he made while serving his country. A loyal Montreal Canadiens fan, he enjoyed fishing, cooking, family trips and music, a passion he first developed while performing on stage in High School.
Not one to shy away from a good debate, his wit and humour were always on display and his generosity and small acts of kindness were felt by many.
Chris recently faced his share of medical challenges. Challenges that he bravely faced with incredible strength, resilience, and hope. He unknowingly provided us a valuable lesson that we can learn and draw strength from at this time.
In light of current challenges, a memorial service will be held at a later date. Donations in Chris’ memory can be made at that time.
https://www.dignitymemorial.com/en-ca/obituaries/ottawa-on, used with permission from his sister Helen.
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LAYTON, Lawrence Charles (Larry) – At Kingston General Hospital with his family by his side on Thursday, August 5, 2010 in his 53rd year. Cherished husband of Diane (nee Deneweth). Loving father of: Thomas (Kati Kennedy), Kingston and Christopher (Amanda), Kingston. Brother of Doreen (Mike Bigelow), Winnipeg; Gordon, Montreal and John (Gail), Montreal. Sadly missed by his nieces: Donna, Erin, & Kristy Bigelow and Lauren Deneweth. Fondly remembered by his father-in-law Jules (Lise) Deneweth, Sherbrooke and his brother-in-law Bill (Brenda) Deneweth, Aurora. The family will receive friends at the WARTMAN FUNERAL HOME – Kingston Chapel, Kingston. Funeral Service in the Chapel on Tuesday, August 10, 2010. Friends desiring may contribute by cheque to The Canadian Cancer Society or The University Hospitals Kingston Foundation.
Submitted by his brother John Clayton, Class of 71
“Some people go through life getting results, others get consquences.”
Probable Destination: Volunteer bed pan washer
COLTHORPE – Mrs. Colleen Rita Colthorpe, beloved wife of Gary Colthorpe of Calgary, Alberta, passed away at the Foothills Hospital, Calgary, Alberta, on Tuesday, March 2, 1999, at the age of 41 years. Colleen is survived by three daughters, Kimberlee, Alisha and Krysta, all of Calgary, Alberta; three brothers, Glen (Lorraine) Finnerty and Brian (Carolyne) Finnerty, both of Montreal, Quebec and Gerry (Jeanette) Finnerty of Calgary, Alberta; one sister Mary (Don) Francis of Pembroke, Ontario. She was predeceased by her parents, D’arcy and Therese Finnerty. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association. Funeral Mass was celebrated at St. Luke’s Catholic Church, Calgary, March 5 with the Rev. Bill Trienekens, Celebrant. Interment followed at Queen’s Park Cemetery.
Posted in the Calgary Herald, March 4, 1999
“I can only learn so much, the rest I learn is what I already forgot.”
Destination: Commercial Artist
Probable Destination: Marry a Sugar Daddy
Pet Peeve: Nose
KEMP, Brenda Cindy. After a lengthy illness, on October 5, 1984 aged twenty-nine years. Dear daughter of William Kemp and the late Marian Kemp (nee MacInnis). Sister of Gordon and his wife Linda and Karen. Service from the Wilson Funeral Home in Chateauguay. Interment Rideau Memorial Gardens.
Published in Montreal Gazette on November 7, 1984
“Wherever you may be, let your wind go free.”
Destination: Air stewardness
Probable Destination: Passenger
Pet Peeve: Running nose
Activities: Beach, Basketball
BAREIL, (Mancuso) Rose
1956 – 2012
In Châteauguay, on December 7, 2012 at the age of 56 years, passed away Mrs. Rosetta Mancuso, wife of M. Serge Bareil. Other than her husband she leaves to mourn her children Maxime and Nadia, her mother Réjeanne Green (Jules Châtelois), her sister Connie Mancuso (Denis Meunier), her brother Angelo Mancuso (Keri Reynolds), her step-brothers Francesco and Nino Mancuso, Robert Bissonnette and their spouses, her brothers- in-law and sisters-in-law, cousins as well as several family and friends. The family will receive condolences at: Alexandre Nicole Complexe Funéraire Châteauguay 96, boul. St-Jean-Baptiste
Châteauguay, 450 699-9919 on Tuesday, December 11 from 2 to 5 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m. as well as Wednesday, December 12 from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Funeral will follow at 11 a.m. at the St-Joachim Church, (1 Boul. d’Youville, Châteauguay). In her memory, a donation to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated.
Published in The Montreal Gazette, December 10, 2012
Destination: Pro Hockey Player
Probable Destination: Poor playboy
Pet Peeve: Being called nut
Prototype: The devil
Activities: Hockey, girls, booze, baseball, gold
Robert “Bob” ROY
1955 – 2016
Suddenly in Beauharnois, on April 15, 2016 at the age of 60 years Mr. Robert (Bob) Roy, son of the late Olivier Roy and the late Joyce Hunter, passed away. He leaves to mourn his sister Linda (Gilles Coulombe) and brother John (Josée Corriveau) as well as his niece Megan and nephews, Kyle and Andrew. He also leaves his cousins and sport friends. The funeral will be celebrated Saturday, May 7, 2016 at the St-Clément de Beauharnois Church. Interment will follow at the parish cemetery. You may express your sympathy by a donation to the Fondation des maladies du cœur. www.fmcoeur.ca
Published in The Montreal Gazette on April 30, 2016
“If I had only one life, let me live it as a giant.”
Probable Destination: 5’3”
Pet Peeve: Being far too small
Prototype: I look exactly like Hercules
1956 – 2015
With his wife Donna and daughter Lisa by his side, Stephen passed away on December 1. Beloved son of Eleanor and Norman (deceased) Campbell. Brother of Donna (Forrest) and Elaine (Paul). Uncle to Stephanie (David), Mitchell and Sarah. He will be remembered by other family members as well as friends. A memorial service will be held in Brampton, Ontario on December 13.
Published in The Gazette on Dec. 5, 2015
and from the Brampton Guardian, December 11, 2015
July 8, 1956 – December 1, 2015
Passed away with a short bout of cancer. At this side were wife Donna and daughter Lisa. He leaves behind mother Eleanor Heaven and two sisters Donna and Elaine, also to two brothers-in-law Forrest and Paul. He will truly be missed.
“Hey man, what’s happening?”
Destination: Commercial artist
Probable Destination: Using my hair for paint brushes
Pet Peeve: Sports freaks
1956 – 2015
Passed away on November 27, in Chateauguay, Quebec.
Husband to Caroline and father to Emily and Curtis. Predeceased by his parents, Richard (Dick) and Vivian. Brother to Richard (Lillian) and Debbie (Martin). Cool uncle to Rob, Todd (Nathalie), Tammy, Chuck (Kate) and Whitney (Kevin). Shawn will be missed by Steven, his lifelong friend and neighbor, and every Friday night by Brian, Scott and Steve, as well as by many others. Shawn was happiest behind his camera. No funeral will be held.
Published in The Gazette from Dec. 2 to Dec. 3, 2015
Probable Destination: Manager, Senior Hockey Team
Prototype: Le Grand Orange
Suddenly at home on November 10, we lost Bruce, the driving force of our family. Bruce is survived by his loving wife Pat, (predeceased) by his son Trevor, his cherished daughter Randi (Kirk) and the three loves of his life Chase, Mason and Tenley, sisters Jo-Anne (Doug), Alice (Cheryl), uncles, aunts, nephews, cousins and so very many friends. Bruce was a devoted coach and mentor of the Chateauguay Jr Raiders. His love of the game was undeniable. Bruce now stands tall and walks freely as he joins Trevor, his parents and so many others. He will be truly missed. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Chateauguay Helping Hands Food & Toy Drive or the charity if your choice.
Published in the Gazette, November 13-14, 2015
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Nov.25, 1955 – Oct.18, 2014
Loving Son, Husband, Father, Grandfather and Brother, peacefully left us to meet his son Jesse. Survived by his mother Shirley; wife Susie; children Gene, Jake (Jessica), Peter, Kailey; his granddaughters Delina, Abigail, Brianna and Emma; brothers and sisters Donna, John (Jane), Mary Ann, Carina and Bobbi Dee, as well as many nieces and nephews. He is predeceased by his son Jesse Deer.
Visitations starting Tuesday October 21 at the Moose Lodge in Kahnawake. Funeral ceremony will be held in the Moose Lodge on Thursday October 23, followed by cremation.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Jesse Deer Memorial Scholarship Fund.
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KENNA, David Stephen It is with great sadness that the family of David Stephen Kenna announces his passing on March 11, 2010, after a brief illness at the age of fifty-four. Dave was born on January 6, 1956 to Florence (deceased) and Tom Kenna. Predeceased by his wife Diane Levesque (2000), but lovingly remembered by his five children, Matthew, Jesse (Sarah), Sarah (Matthew), Emily, and Liam. Dave will be fondly remembered by his grandchildren Lexie, Kaylee and Abbey as well as his brothers Richard (Freddie), Brian (Chris) and sister Maureen (Sandy) along with many nieces and nephews and former wife Nancy Hunter. Dave worked as a Mechanical Designer for twenty-seven years at Wilson Machine. Dave was an inspiration to everyone who was lucky enough to have met him. He was a simple man who appreciated the little things in life. He was the most amazing listener, and always had insightful advice. His quirky sense of humour will be greatly missed and remembered. He has innumerous people who love him and will continue to love him forevermore. The service will take place on March 18 at Alexandre Nicole Chateauguay Funeral Complex, Chateauguay. Dave’s family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations are sent to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.
Published in the Montreal Gazette on 3/16/2010
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Gardner, Joy Anne. After a lengthy illness at the Montreal Children’s Hospital, on Sunday, April 18, 1976, aged 21 years, dear daughter of George & Lillian Gardner, dear sister of the late Gordon, step sister of Leonard. Resting at the Wilson Funeral Home in Chateauguay. Service from St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Lachine. Interment in Mount Royal Cemetery, Montreal.
Published in The Montreal Gazette, April 20, 1976
“Boys are like drugs, you go from one dope to another.”
Probable Destination: Sweeping runways
Prototype: Twiggy, Toothpick
Activities: “Certain guy”
McAleese, Gail Eileen. Accidentally in Glasgow, Scotland on Thursday, August 29, 1974, Gail Eileen McAleese of Chateauguay, aged 18 years, beloved daughter of Edmund & Joyce (nee Hogg), and dear sister of Steven and Bruce. Funeral mass from Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church in Chateauguay, Funeral services arranged by the Clarke MacGillivray White Bannanytne, Verdun. Interment in Christ Roi Cemetery in Chateauguay.
Published in The Montreal Gazette, September 4, 1974
“If it burns, smoke it.”
Destination: Game Warden
Probably Destination: Poacher
Pet Peeve: Bananas
Proto-Type: Fred Flintstone
Laurendeau, Paul. Accidentally at Montreal, on August 22, 1974, age 18, son of Mr. Alex Laurendeau and Laurette Bond. Resting at J.R. Reid & Sons, Funeral Home, 35 Normand Blvd., Chateauguay. Funeral, Monday, August 26 in Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Interment Christ Roi Cemetery.
The Montreal Star
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ALFRED, Jamie. Accidentally in Warsaw, Kentucky, on December 11, 1979, aged 23 years, Jamie Alfred. Son of the late James Alfred and Florence Montour. Also survived by his brothers and sisters and great-grandmother Mrs. Laura Montour. Funeral will be held Saturday, December 15 from Poissant and Montour Funeral Directors at Hazel Hall, Caughnawaga. Service in St. Francis Xavier Church. Interment at Mount Royal Crematorium.
The Montreal Gazette
“I have often regretted by speech, but never my silence.”
Destination: Teaching kindergarten
Probable Destination: Back to kindergarten
Pet Peeve: Homework
Wendy Black, beloved wife of Al, of Calgary, passed away on January 15, 2007.at the age of 50 years.
Wendy was born on May 23, 1956, in Verdun, Quebec. On December 2, 1999, she married Al Black, and came to Airdrie in the summer of 2000. Wendy enjoyed bowling and reading, and was a very social person, making many lasting friendships. Her greatest joy was her family, and she especially loved taking part in her children’s activities and nurturing their growth.
Besides her loving husband, Al, Wendy is survived by her children, Tonya, Christopher, Trevor, and Evan, all of Airdrie; mother, Jean Gauld, of Chateaugeay, Que.; brothers, Jeff Gauld (Lee Courtney), of Calgary, AB., and Brian (Lorna) Gauld, of Courtice, ON.; as well as numerous in-laws, nieces, and nephews. Wendy was Predeceased by her father, Neil Gauld.
A Celebration of Wendy’s Life will be held at Hot Rods and Cool Cars (85 East Lake Circle, N.E., Airdrie) on Friday, January 19, 2007 at 11:00 a.m. Forward condolences through www.mcinnisandholloway.com. If friends so desire, memorial tributes may be made directly to the Alberta Cancer Foundation, c/o Tom Baker Cancer Centre, 1331 – 29 Street N.W., Calgary, AB T2N 4N2. Special thanks to the nurses and caregivers at the Tom Baker Cancer Centre for the extraordinary care and compassion shown to Wendy and our family.
In living memory of Wendy Black, a tree will be planted at Fletcher Park by McInnis & Holloway Funeral Homes, Chapel of the Bells, 2720 Centre Street North.
February 29, 1956 – August 22, 2009
Gary will be remembered for his love of sports. He was a member of the HSB hockey team that traveled to Sweden in early 1973. He was on the HSB football and rugby teams and was an avid paddler.
Gary died suddenly of a cerebral hemorrhage at his home in Burlington. He left an eight year old son, Christian. He was a retired Lead Station Attendant for Air Canada in Ontario at the time of his death.
Information provided by Gary’s mother, Janet Leslie