Doub: John Nelson Jr., a resident of Chatham, passed away peacefully at the L.H.S.C. Victoria Campus, London on Monday, October 13, 2014 at the age of 59. Born in St.Thomas, beloved son of Dorothy (Wilkins) Doub and the late Nelson Doub of Wardsville. John was a member of Emmanuel Baptist Church, Chatham, and was a Real Estate Broker in Chatham. He was an avid outdoorsman, and a member of the Elgin County Beagle Club. Loving father of Chris Doub of Wardsville, Jennifer Loveday of Chatham, Jackalynn Machado (Albertino) of Chatham, Jessica Doub (Aaron Kalp) of Melbourne. A very proud grandpa of Owen Doub, Brooklyn and Mitchell Loveday, Hewson and Claire Machado. Dear brother of Bradley Doub (Kathy) of Wardsville, Paul Doub (Janice) of Wardsville. Also survived by the mother of his children Brenda Doub of Newbury, son-in-law Scott Loveday of Chatham, and several nieces and nephews. – See more at:
Howard Vanderhooft urges us to mark this date in our calendar. Have you ever thought about curling? Beginners welcome. Were you ever on the curling team representing GDHS?
February 14, 2015
11th Annual Funspiel at the Glencoe & District Curling Club
$ 100 per team for two 8-end games.
Two draws starting at 8:15 a.m. and 10:55 a.m.
Prizes for all. Morning coffee, muffins. Homemade soup & sandwiches for lunch.
For more information contact: Howard van der Hooft, (519) 289-5335
Submit registration to Howard at postal address RR4, 21720 Thames Road, Appin, ON N0L 1A0.
Peacefully, with his family, at his residence in Glencoe, on Saturday, September 14, 2013, Roland “Rollie” Lucien Villeneuve in his 78th year. Beloved husband of Lynda (Grant) Villeneuve. Dear father of Roxanne (Dale) Mitchell, Lisa Moxam, and Peter (Lisa) Villeneuve. Proud grandpa of Marisa (Adrian), Joshua (Shantel), Nicholas, Braden, Mikyla, Ariana and Micah. Dear brother of Roger, Gabrielle Weston and Gisele Soucy and fondly remembered by his several nieces and nephews.
The first edition of “Schools of our Heritage: A History of Schools of Southwest Middlesex Ontario” was launched at the GDHS 60th Anniversary weekend
This book was written and compiled by Gregory Bartlett, GDHS alumnus.
The material was sourced by Harold Carruthers and Lorne Munro.
To purchase a copy contact: Glencoe and District Historical Society. $20 per copy.
Congratulations for a great project capturing the history of our local elementary and secondary schools.
Glencoe & District Historical Society
P.O. Box 313, 247 Main Street,
Glencoe Ontario, Canada N0L 1M0
Tel: (519) 287-3897 email@example.com
Resource Room Hours:
Wed: 2:00-4:00pm, 7:00-9:00pm
Or by Appointment
At the University Campus of London Health Sciences Centre, at 2:30 a.m on Wednesday, January 23, 2013, after a strong and courageous 3 month battle following a heart transplant, Peter Frederick Simpson “COPO Pete” of Glencoe, passed away at the age of 50 years. Beloved husband of Vicky (Johnston) Simpson. Loving Dad of Eric and his wife Sarah and Owen and his girlfriend Madison. Dear son of Betty Simpson and Stewart Simpson and brother of Mary and Ross Snider and Marg and Mike Mueller and brother-in-law of Gary and Sherri Johnston. Uncle to Mike Jr., Matt, Nik and Paige Mueller and Shawn Johnston. Peter will be loved and remembered by many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends and especially for his passion of muscle cars and the impact he had on the classic car community.
Here’s another GDHS alumnus for the Hall of Fame. Anyone remember Nigel Lockyer?
“Lockyer received his PhD in particle physics at Ohio State University, did a postdoctoral fellowship at Stanford University and then became a professor at the University of Pennsylvania, where he began teaching in 1984. His career since then has been a busy one, including stints as head of a large particle physics experiment at Fermilab, near Chicago, called CDF (which co-discovered the top quark); Chair of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Grant Selection Committee; Chair of the Canada Foundation for Innovation’s review committee; and member on a host of professional committees in the US.”