July 4,1956 – September 21, 2017
It is with heavy hearts that the family of Lynn Crutchfield announce her passing at Sunnybrook hospital on Thursday September 21, 2017 at the age of 61.
Loving daughter of the late Joan (Crutchfield) Chenail and the late Dr.Bruce Crutchfield. Step daughter of the late Guy Chenail. Survived by her loving brother Dr.Robert Crutchfield (Cathy) and sister Jane Crutchfield.
Lynn will be sadly missed by her nephews Scott (Martine) and Dean Crutchfield and Jacob and Hunter Moreau, as well as her family, friends and cat Spencer.
A celebration of life will take place Saturday October 14th at Forest Lawn Mausoleum & Cremation Centre (17 Linelle Street Toronto) with visitation starting at 1pm and service at 2pm with reception to follow.
In lieu of flowers donations to SPCA or a charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family.
GORDON WILLIAM McDONALD
July 11, 1927- September 23, 2017
RCNVR, World War II
My wonderful Dad said goodbye in his 91st year. He is now at peace after his last year at Sunnybrook Veterans Centre. Predeceased by his parents Florence Rose (nee Wale) and William Francis, sisters Phyllis, Margaret, and Jean, and his second wife of 12 years, Gail (nee Allen). Survived by his first wife Doris Margaret McDonald (nee Rose), married for 43 years, his daughter Barbara Rose Langford (Ed.D.), and son-in-law E. Robert Langford (M.D.).
Born in Vanier, Ottawa, he lived in Toronto from 1946 until 1990, then moved to Orangeville. Gordon was a perfectionist, ambitious and hardworking, with a playful sense of humour, and always marched to his own drummer. He joined the RCNVR during WWII at the tender age of 15. He spent 35 years with CNR. Gordon was self-taught in many areas, building 15 homes on his weekends and holidays. He was a member of the Naval Club of Toronto and the Canadian Legion in Orangeville. Gordon loved walks in nature with his 18-year old black Lab, Barney. He excelled in numerous sports, was a star on the dance floor, and enjoyed trading stocks. Gordon volunteered during floods, and fighting fires in the Muskoka area. Dad, thank you for your love and the many skills you taught me. I am proud of you, I will always love you – my Hero.
Dr. Tetiana Tymofiiva and Dr. Nataliia Gileiko were his two Angels who greatly enriched his last year with their expert care and kindness. Sincere thanks to Dr. David Shergold, Kate Dewhurst and team at SVC for their care and compassion.
Lung Sang Ricardo Cheng Tong, 63, of Markham, passed away surrounded by his loved ones at Markham Stouffville Hospital on Wednesday September 13, 2017. Born in Hong Kong on July 17,1954 but lived a major part of his life in Santa Cruz, Bolivia and some years in Puerto Rico, Venezuela and Canada. Lung Sang Ricardo beloved husband of Ingri Chavez Cheng and loving father of Diego, Julio and Melissa. He will be missed by his brother Chun Yuk Samuel (Alice), his sisters, and also many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his father Kong Ping Cheng, mother Yan Wai Tong, sister Chun Lam and brother Chun Kwong Julio. He was an avid traveler and a passionate car enthusiast. He will be best remembered by his family and friends as a kind, hardworking and generous man. He is deeply loved and will be greatly missed. The family’s sincere gratitude goes to all of the staff at Markham Stouffville Hospital for their kindness and care. A private family service will be held at Forest Lawn Mausoleum & Crematorium. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Affordable Burials & Cremations. Online condolences can be made via www.abc-toronto.com