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Langer, Gloria Joyce (nee Goldenberg) passed away on May 5, 2024, surrounded by her family. Daughter of the late Jack and Rose Goldenberg and the late Bobbie Barsky Goldenberg. She was the much loved spouse of Allan for almost 65 years, together for 71 years. The mother of Bari Awerbuck, Sandi, Langer and Robert and Noriko Langer. Sister and sister-in-law of Ronald and Hilary Goldenberg and the late Sheldon Langer. Bubbie to Josh and Amanda Awerbuck, Amy Awerbuck and Justin Diamond, Eden Awerbuck, Jessica Mann, Olivia and Cory Georgiadis, Hanako and Mika Langer. Best big Bubbie to Jack, Haley, Theodore, and Morgan.

“ She lived she loved and boy did she make us laugh.” She will be profoundly missed”

Donations can be made to :

“The Gloria Langer Fund” at Lymphoma Canada


Lois Loretta Schroeder (nee Zadow)
May 21, 1930 – March 8, 2023

It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Lois Loretta Schroeder, peacefully at the Fairmount Home near Kingston.

She is survived by her sister, Barbara Kant of Eganville and her five children and their spouses: Janet MacDonald (Joe Mommertz) of Kingston; Nancy Bruce (Tim Bruce) of Sackville, N.B.; Rodney Schroeder (Debbie Johnson) of Val Caron, ON; Russell Schroeder (Monique Dignard) ofChuburna, Yucatan, MX and Tammy Reynolds (Peter Reynolds) of Orangeville, ON.

Beloved grandmother to Victoria, Jennifer, Jessica, Joe Jr., Heather, Henry, Cristalle, Melissa, Jessica, Jacob, Angele, Leah, Olivia and Gabrielle.

Great-grandmother to Roger, Katie, Willeke, Olivia, Jordan, Ainsley, Grayson, Ellia, Lucas, Marcus, Austin, Caleb, Athena, Isabelle, Callem and Pierson.

Lois was predeceased by her husband, Harold John Schroeder, whom she married in 1949; her sister, Beatrice Jessup; and by her parents, Ena and Lorne Zadow, all of Eganville.

She was born in Pembroke and grew up on a farm near Eganville. She later relocated with Harold and their children to the Sudbury area. In her later years, she lived in Kingston with Janet and Joe and then in the Fairmount Home in Glenburnie.

Lois will be remembered first and foremost for being a loving and devoted mother to her five children, a dedicated wife and a caring person to her family, relatives and the community. She was an incredibly selfless and compassionate woman who always put others before herself.

We will also remember Lois for her love of music, playing both the guitar and piano, and her dancing. Additionally, she will be remembered for her devotion to the church and her volunteer work. She was a long-time member of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Kingston and other churches in the various places that she lived throughout her life. So many people have been touched by Lois’s kind, generous and charitable heart and will never forget her impact on them and their lives. To know her was to love her.

Lois will be deeply missed by many and never forgotten.

We would like to extend our gratitude to the outstanding personnel at the Fairmount Home in Glenburnie for providing such loving care to Lois over the years.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Lymphoma Canada.


Ryan Hawthorne
November 23, 1988 – May 6, 2021

Born in London, England on November 23, 1988. His parents Patricia Hawthorne and Stephen Hawthorne proudly gave him all of their support to see him grow to be an excellent human being, an honourable and respectful individual. The oldest son of one sister: Sofia. Ryan Hawthorne was the most loving son and brother that could have existed, with infinite sensitivity, he was charismatic, dedicated, and passionate. His memory will never be forgotten, he left a mark in our hearts full of the best memories in the world. Beloved son, thank you for everything. Please consider a gift to lymphoma Canada in honour of his memory.


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It is with profound sadness we announce that John Jones Newark passed away on Friday, June 11, 2021, at Sunnybrook Hospital at the age of 65 after a long courageous battle with cancer. Cherished son of Murray and Doreen Newark of Thornhill, Ontario. Dearly loved brother of Brianna of Bowmanville, Ontario, and Tom of Richmond Hill, Ontario. Predeceased by his grandparents Doug and Joan Scott of Toronto, Ontario, and Irene and Jack of Toronto, Ontario. John will be tremendously missed by the large extended family that he leaves behind. Donations in Randy’s name may be made to Lymphoma Canada.