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Avis de décès : M. Stanley Fenwick ( - 2006-01-05)

Fenwick, Stanley Edward Joseph Major (Ret'd. RCASC, CF, CD2) On January 5th, 2006 at the Queensway Carleton Hospital in his 75th year.

Beloved husband of Dol Mary Winsor (nee Cottee). Predeceased by his father Ernest Stanley Fenwick and mother Helene Bernadette Fenwick (nee St. Amand) and survived by his sister Helene Taylor (nee Fenwick) of Hamilton, On. He will be sadly missed by brothers-in-law, John Cottee (Carmen) of Ottawa, Lorne Cottee of Ottawa, Roy Cottee (Margot) of Ottawa and Norman Cottee (Vicki) of Edmonton, as well as a number of nephews and nieces in New Brunswick, Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia.

Stan spent 32 years in the Armed Forces, serving overseas in Indo, China, (Laos, Cambodia, South and North Vietnam), Germany and Turkey. On retirement from the Canadian Forces he served for ten years with the RCMP as a civilian Human Resources Officer. Stan was a past president of the Ottawa Personnel Association and past Vice-President of International House. He was involved in local musical theatre as a producer with The Company of Musical Theatre, Orpheus Musical Theatre Society and Goya Productions.

Stan was born in Toronto, Ontario and first came to Ottawa in 1950 after which he spent considerable time in the Far East, Middle East and Europe always returning to Ottawa which was his favourite city. Stan was a sports enthusiast, playing football, hockey, floor hockey, basketball and baseball through school. He played on various Army teams over the years, basketball, baseball, hockey, etc. After coming to Ottawa he played football in the Ottawa Intermediate League for New Edinburgh (Champions 1951), Ottawa South Broomball League and with the Army basketball team in the YMCA League.

A Celebration of Stan's life will be held on January 14th, 2006 at Knox United Church (25 Gibbard Ave.) at 1:30 p.m. After the service a reception will be held in the Church basement.

In lieu of flowers donations to the Queensway Carleton Hospital, the Ottawa Heart Institute, the Diabetes Association, the Knox United Church or Orpheus Musical Theatre Society would be appreciated. Interment to be held at a later date.


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