Tout's Grove

MACEACHERN, Ian Allan - Cottages 32 & 41

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

 

Born June 25, 1920, died peacefully in his sleep in his 98th year on November 13, 2018. Survived by his children Dawn (David) Campbell, Brian (Evelina) MacEachern, Laurie (John) Hamilton, and RuthAnne (Bernard) MacEachern; his grandchildren Lindsay (Randy) McMaster, Leslie (Jaime) Coulter, Shawn MacEachern and Kaitlyn MacEachern; and his great grandchildren Lauren McMaster, Ryan McMaster, Charlotte Coulter and Casey Coulter.

 

CLARK, James E. - Cottage 50

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

James E. ClarkAge 90, Passed away peacefully on October 20, 2015 with family present. Beloved husband of Jean for 62 years. Loving father of Harold (Heidi) Clark, Barbara (James) Winterberger. Steven (Isabelle) Clark and Carolyn (Robert) McHenry. Proud grandfather of Sarah Winterberger, Kelly Jackson, Chad Winterberger, Shannon McHenry, Logan McHenry, Addison Clark and Emma Clark. Great- Grandfather of Liam and Ella Jackson. Brother of Jean Auchterlonie. Born in Detroit on November 30, 1924 to James E. Sr. and Beatrice (Huff) Clark.

VICKERS, Jonathan (Jon) Stewart - Cottage 41

Friday, July 10, 2015

John Vickers Jon Vickers (Cottage 41) Jonathan Stewart Vickers was born in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, on October 29 1926, the sixth of eight children, to a family that was musical but poor. So impoverished were his parents that at one time the future Canadian prime minister, John Diefenbaker, a long-standing friend of the family, offered to care for young Jon. As a child he and his siblings sang with his lay-preacher father, a former teacher, at churches near their home. Summers were spent labouring on a neighbour’s farm, where he developed his barrel chest.

Dead End Discussion

The state of the beach in front of our cottage has prompted me to contact the H-K office about a solution.  Our beach is so narrow that if there is any wave action one must walk in the water to get past the growth of grass and weeds that has left a three foot cliff along the waters  edge. After repeated e-mails to  Mayor Mitch Twolan ( mitch@lakerangerealty.ca ) he finally arranged for Mike Fair to come and see my concern and listen to my suggestions.  Have you ever talked to a wall?

Dead End Discussion

The state of the beach in front of our cottage has prompted me to contact the H-K office about a solution.  Our beach is so narrow that if there is any wave action one must walk in the water to get past the growth of grass and weeds that has left a three foot cliff along the waters  edge. After repeated e-mails to  Mayor Mitch Twolan ( mitch@lakerangerealty.ca ) he finally arranged for Mike Fair to come and see my concern and listen to my suggestions.  Have you ever talked to a wall?

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