last post


KENNETH DUNCAN ROBB, Q.C. Peacefully on February 20th, 2016 in his 92nd year. Father of Jo Chisholm (husband Rod Chisholm); Pamela Robb (husband Gordon Haines); Bruce Robb (wife Regina Robb); Doug Robb (wife Cathy Robb); Brenda Richardson (husband Brian Richardson) and Mike Robb. Grandfather to Laura (fiancé Matthew Singleton), Jennifer and Bonnie Robb; Scott Haines (wife Alyssa Haines) and Andrew Fisher (fiancée Amanda Frado); and Jake and Josh Richardson. Predeceased by father Walter T. Robb and mother Elizabeth, nee Warner and siblings Jack, Reginald, Ruth, Don, Jimmy, Mary and Bill. Survived by dear sister-in-law Shirley Robb.

Ken was born in Dunnville in 1924. The family moved to Orangeville in the 1930s, upon the appointment of his father as a county court judge.

He served in World War II, in the R.C.A.F. Following the war, he graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School, and practiced law in Brampton, earning the designation Queen’s Counsel.

He was an avid Leaf, Argo and Blue Jays fan, and loved golfing, winning the Brampton Lawyers’ Association tournament more than once.


March 11, 1927 - February 13, 2014

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Jack on February 13, 2014 at West Oak Village in his 87th year. Beloved husband of 25 years to Delia (formerly Paget). Loving father of Alec (Marilyn), Yvonne (Bruce MacKay) and Jackie Adams (Alex McMillan), step- father of Rod Paget, Wayne Paget (Kim), Jan Graves (the late Robert) and the late Scott Paget who is survived by Cheryl.

Proud "Grandpa Jack" of Ryan, Kristi, Kyle, Connor, Sarah, Brian, Zoe, Brooks (James), Whitney, Michael (Krista), Steven, Meaghan (Brian), Victoria and great-grandpa of Robert.

The family is grateful for the compassionate care provided to Jack at the West Oak Long Term Care Oakville over the past year. As expressions of sympathy, donations may be made to the Port Credit Royal Canadian Legion.

Victor Duncan MORROW

MORROW, Victor Duncan - Passed away peacefully at South Muskoka Hospital in Bracebridge on Saturday, September 15, 2012 at the age of 94. Beloved husband of the late Freda Morrow (nee Shannon) for 70 years. Loving father to Walt and his wife Arlene and cherished grandfather of Ryan (Andrea), Curt (Alice) and Dean (Kristin). He will be sadly missed by his remaining brothers Laurence and Harry and his sister Marjorie, as well as his many nieces, nephews and friends.

A WWII Veteran, he served in the RCAF for 22 years before settling in Mississauga in 1963. A passionate golfer, he was very proud to be a member of Credit Valley Golf and Country Club for 48 years. An energetic doer and kind and caring man, he was rewarded throughout his life with the love of his family, respect of his peers and many long-lasting friendships.

Walter Chantaj

Remembrance Day at Port Credit. Walter Chantaj (left) standing at attention during the Remembrance Day Ceremony in Port Credit.

Walter served in Africa and Italy in the North Atlantic.
Photo by Fred Loek

Walter Chantaj a long time member of the Port Credit Legion Branch # 82 passed away on Sunday May 27th at Oakville Trafalgar Hospital he was 87 years old.

The Legion was a very important part of our father

Ron and Liz Chantajs.


In memory of WILLIAM "Buck" ROGERS, December 4, 1926 - September 25, 2010, beloved father to Patricia McKnight, grandfather to Kim, Kory and Kristine McKnight, great grandfather to James, Katrina, Sheldon, Ryan, Kameron and Kasey.

A gentle soul who will be missed for eternity by his family and dear friends of the Royal Canadian Legion and the A.N.A.F. club.

May he rest in peace and love, he so bravely deserved.


ALBERT "AL" PETER GRAHAM (Hon. Lt. Col., C.D., Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada) 1913 - 2009 Dad passed away peacefully on Friday, September 4, 2009 in Mississauga, in his 96th year. Beloved husband of the late Joan Evelyn. Loving father of Anne Elizabeth Gotro (Robert) and Bryan Marquand Graham (Susan). Proud grandfather of Jennifer Ruth Hare (Joe), Jeffrey Bryan Graham and James Marquand Graham. Albert worked for the Globe and Mail for 45 years and retired as Director of Circulation in 1978. Following his service in Europe during WW II, he joined the Highland Light Infantry of Canada, Cambridge and rose to the position of commanding officer which he held for four years. Al was appointed as the Honorary Lieutenant Colonel in 1979. He will be remembered as a true gentleman.


Our family is sad to announce the passing of Ken, peacefully in his sleep, on Saturday, September 5, 2009 in his 78th year after a short illness at McNally House in Grimsby. Ken leaves behind his loving wife Connie, his daughter Jane (David Crawford) and his sons Glen (Carol) and Garth (Melissa) Rowland. He will be greatly missed by his grandchildren Kaylyn, Davin, Braydon, Emma, Charlotte, Abigael, Daniel, Samantha and Jonah. Survived by his brother Roger (Ruth-Anne) and sister-in-law Sandra (Tony Gray) and his nieces, nephews and cousins. Ken was a Minister in the Presbyterian Church for over 35 years, serving congregations in Toronto, Gananoque, Port Credit, Ajax, Dundalk and Hamilton. He was Chaplain of the Irish Regiment of Canada and the Port Credit Legion Br. 82. He was involved in youth ministries and the Scouts. A special thank you to McNally House for their care. Cremation has taken place at his request and a private family service was held.


At the Trillium Health Centre on Wednesday July 29, 2009. Beloved husband of 63 years to Marjorie (Yowart). Loving father of Sandra (Michael), Michelle (Roger) and Steven (Susanne). Cherished Pop to Kevin (Lisa), Todd (Laura), Trevor (Erin), Joshua (Jen), Brandon (Nicole) and Dustin (Teia). Great grandpop to Braden, Kayla and Matthew. Life long resident of Port Credit.