Class of 80

Richard Mollins

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Richard was absent for his grad picture.


Richard Mollins
May 2, 1962 – October 7, 2018-10-09

Rick Mollins oldPassed away unexpectedly at the age of 56 on Sunday, October 7, 2018. Loving husband of Shelley. He will be dearly missed by his son Tylor, daughter Kansas (Andrew) and son Ethan. Proud Grandpa of Nicholas and Dani. Predeceased by brother Stephen and survived by brother Gary. Rick was born in Montreal, Quebec to Doug (Predeceased) and Bernice Mollins. He will also be missed by in-laws, Janet and Alf. Brother- in- law Robert and sister- in- law Christine. He will be remembered by his God son Jack. Rick will be missed by all his family and many friends. A Memorial Service was held at the Graham A. Giddy Funeral Home in Fergus, Ontario on October 13, 2018. Donations in Rick’s memory may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation.–mollins/3626546/

John Gurholt
John Frederick Gurholt


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Gurholt, John-Frederick

John Frederick Gurholt oldSuddenly on December 22, 1996, at the age of 34 years, John-Frederick Gurholt passed away. Devoted and loving husband of Kim Stirling and dear father of Kai-Anders. Loving son of Per Ivar and Georgette Gurholt and dear brother of Ann-Christine (Pavle), Randi (Andrew), Hans-Eric and Ingrid (Sheldon). Loving son-in-law of Faith Stirling and brother-in-law of Karen and Andrew (Nancy). He was a kind and caring uncle who will be sadly missed by his many nieces and nephews. He will also be sadly missed by his many friends and extended family in Norway. Resting at Dallaire & Wilson Funeral Home, Chateauguay. Funeral service from St. George’s Anglican Church, Chateauguay on Friday, December 27. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada would be appreciated.

Published in The Gazette

Wayne Mersel

Wayne Mersel

“Tell me why, I don’t like Mondays.”

Destination: Graphic Designer
Probable Destination: A billionaire
Pet Peeve: People who say “what?”
Favourite Expression: Say what?
Activities: Gymnastics, rugby, volleyball and Rocky Horror
Wayne Mersel headstone


from the Fairview Cemetery, Niagara Falls, Ontario



Danny Arseneau

Danny Arseneau edit
Destination: Mad scientist
Probable Destination: Mad House
Weakness: School
Pet Peeve: Angry teachers
Activities: Reading and working in my workshop



Arseneau, Danny. Suddenly at home in St. Lazare on June 17, 2000 at the age of 38 years, passed away Danny Arseneau, originally from Chateauguay, beloved husband of Jolene Kester and cherished son of Antoine Arseneau and Jeanita Richard. He will also be sadly missed by his children: Nathan, Kaitlyn and Jordan; his sister Diane (Bob), his nephew Davin; his sister Gina (Sylvain); his father and mother-in-law Fenella and Edwin Kester; his brother-in-law Anthony (Shauna); relatives and friends. Funeral service at Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Chateauguay on June 23. Interment at Christ Roi Cemetery.

Published in the Montreal Gazette on June 21, 2000

Sharon Colton

Sharon Colton
“The earth laughs in flowers.”

Destination: Happy
Probable Destination: Happier
Weakness: Joanne’s jokes
Pet Peeve: Turning red
Favourite Expression: “Oh ya!”
Activities: Swimming, skiing, soccer, volleyball, “Bingo”

COLTON-RILEY, Sharon. Peacefully at the Montreal General Hospital on March 7, 2000. Beloved wife of Larry Riley. Devoted and loving mother of Adam and Emily. Daughter of Muriel and Edmund. Sister of Debbie, Laurie (Joel), Judy, Pamela, Karianne (Patrick). Daughter-inlaw of Kenneth and the late Cecile, sister-in-law of Madelane (Jim),
Diane (Earl), Ray (Margaret), and Bruce. A special thanks to the wonderful staff of the Medical Oncology Clinic and the 17th floor of the MGH. The family wishes to extend their appreciation to Dr. Bray and Dr. Ingrid Hings. “You devoted your life to caring for others – as a wife, mother, sister, nurse and as a friend. You will be deeply missed by all those whose lives you’ve touched.” Visitation at Alfred Dallaire- Wilson Funeral Home in Chateauguay. Funeral services will be held at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. In lieu of flowers, donations to the “Cancer Rehabilitation Fund” at the Montreal General Hospital would be appreciated.

Published in The Montreal Gazette, March 9, 2009

Judith Mongrain

Judith Mongrain
“If you see someone without a smile, give them one of yours.”

Destination: Working with children
Probable Destination: Babysitter
Weakness: Food!
Pet Peeve: Snobs
Activities: Cross-country running, track, dancing


Date de décès : 2010-11-13

MONGRAIN, Judith 1963 – 2010 À Mercier, le 13 novembre 2010, à l’âge de 47 ans, est décédée Mlle Judith Mongrain, fille de feu André Mongrain et de feu Thérèse Leblanc. Elle laisse dans le deuil sa soeur Myriam (Conor Bill) et son frère Éric (Natalie Ouellet), ses quatre neveux, sa belle-mère Mme Holga Wilson et ses quatre enfants ainsi
qu’ autres parents et amis. La famille et ses proches vous accueilleront le vendredi 19 novembre de 19 h à 22 h et samedi à compter de 9 h à la :Résidence funéraire Michel Thériault inc 4, rue Vervais Mercier, 450- 699-1717 Les funérailles auront lieu le samedi 20 novembre à 11 heures en l’église Ste-Philomène à Mercier. L’inhumation au cimetière du même endroit. Parution: 2010-11-17 dans La Presse.

Translation: MONGRAIN, Judith 1963 – 2010 Died in Mercier on November 13, 2010, at the age of 47, daughter of the late Andrew Mongrain and late Therese Leblanc. She is survived by her sister Myriam (Conor Bill) and his brother Eric (Natalie Ouellet), four
nephews, her stepmother Holga Ms. Wilson and her four children and other relatives and friends. The funeral will take place on Saturday 20 November in the church of St. Philomena in Mercier. Interment in church cemetery

Published in La Presse, November 17, 2010

Linda Jackson

“Bien non Pierre!”
Linda Jackson
Destination: Barmaid
Probably Destination: On Barstool
Weakness: Rock-n-Roll, tequila
Pet Peeve: Disco, school
Activities: Swimming, jogging, pool

JACKSON, Linda G. Passed away suddenly Wednesday, January 13 at the young age of forty-seven. Beloved daughter of Jim and Gwen. She leaves to mourn her sisters; Darlene and Nancy, brothers; Billy, Steven and Tommy (see under Class of 78), as well as many nieces, nephews and friends. A memorial will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, January 30, 2010 at the Legion Hall in Brownsburg. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the SPCA or other charitable cause. Known to all as Pooh Bear, her beautiful spirit shall be cherished evermore.

Montreal Gazette, January 16, 2010

Sylvia Kieran

“It’s about time.”
Sylvia Kieran
Destination: Head of Secretarial staff
Probable Destination: Serving people at arena
Weakness: Listening to Led Zeppelin
Pet Peeve: Disco; home room teacher
Favourite Expression: Really
Activities: Julie’s basketball games

Kieran, Sylvia

In Chateauguay on August 12, at the age of 49, Miss Sylvia Kieran passed away. She leaves to mourn her beloved parents Gerald Kieran and Lise Desroches, her brother Jody (Caroline), her nieces Maude and Sarah, and many other friends and relatives.

The family will receive relatives and friends in the funeral parlor on Thursday, August 16. A service will then follow at 9 pm in the chapel.

A donation to the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada would be greatly appreciated.

From Alexandre Nicole Complexe Funéraire Chateauguay website, August 12, 2012

Dawson Mizener

“School is mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.”
Dawson Mizener grad
Destination: Machinist
Probable Destination: Lawyer
Weakness: 36-24-36
Pet Peeves: Politics, disco, cigars
Activities: Motocross, hockey, parties

Dawson Bordie Mizener

July 3, 1963 – January 31, 2009

Dawson Mizener card
Passed away after a courageous battle with cancer. Son of Phyllis and the late Donald Mizener. He will be sadly missed by his mother, his beloved wife Roberta, cherished daughter Tia, mother-in-law Christine Morris, siblings Dianna, Donna, Debbie, Donnie and Darlene, nieces and nephews and his many friends. His love for music and unique one-liners will be missed by all who knew him.
Published in the St. Lawrence Sun