Class of 93

Lonny Hicks

Lonny Hicks

“Life after death is no reason to die – JL.”
Destination: Teacher
Probable Destiny: Banker
Weakness: Chocolate chip cookies
Pet Peeve: Separatists, people that talk too much
Favourite Expression: Worst!
Claim to Fame: Habs fan, my height
Memories: Dave’s face after the sour gum
Top Song: Live and Let Die – Guns‘N’ Roses
Greatest Fear: Failure
Activities: Baseball

HICKS, Lonny Passed away on March 8, 2011 at the age of thirty-four. He leaves to mourn his sister Tina (Pierre-Luc), his niece Chloe. his nephew Evan as well as other family and friends. Visitation at the Alexandre Nicole Complexe Funeraire Chateauguay, Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated.

The Montreal Gazette, March 12, 2011

Kim Zarboni

Kim Zarboni

“The measure of words is like the seas and mountains; nothing but an overflow of delusions.”
Destiny: Radiologists
Probable Destination: Emptying bedpans
Weakness: Cute guys, Obsession cologne
Pet Peeve: Snobs, goodbyes and having no money
Favourite Expression: Yeah, right
Claim to Fame: My humour and getting to the point
Memories: Being with friends, spending time with family
Top Song: Life is a Highway
Greatest Fear: Spiders, dying and being forgotten
Activities: H2), gossiping and talking on the phone. Thanks Mom, Dad, Glen, Mark. I made it.

Kim Deborah-Ann Zarboni

Kim Deborah – Ann Zarboni October 10 1975 – August 25 2014 Kim passed away suddenly at the Lakeshore General Hospital. She is survived by her long time partner Paul Timm. Her loving parents Robert and Helen. Brothers Glen (Kelly) and Mark (Manon). Nephews Anthony,Tyler and Logan. Her grandmother Gerry. Father in- law Alex (predeceased Suzanne). Brother-in-law Mark. Many uncles, aunts, cousins and friends. Kim will remain in our hearts forever.

A celebration of life was held at the Rideau Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home, Dollard-Des-Ormeaux QC on August 30. In lieu of flowers the family is asking that a donation be made on Kim’s behalf to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.

Published in The Gazette August 29, 2014