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James Philip Tazzeo
Callsign: VE3TQDied: 1998 03 04

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Peacefully at St. Joseph’s Hospital on Wednesday, March 4, 1998 in h is 85th year. James Philip Tazzeo beloved husband of Carmen Tirone. Dear father of Joseph Tazzeo and his wife Shirlee, James Tazzeo and his wife Sandra of Hamilton. Loving grandfather of James, Michael, Steven, Matthew, Christa and great-grandfather of Clare. Dear brother and brother-in-law of Josephine and the late Mike Buscemi, the late Angela and Gasper Territo of Buffalo, the late Joseph and Helen Tazzeo, Mary and the late Mike Tazzeo, Mary and the late Joseph Rallo, Josephine and Ted Harron, Lloyd and Jane Marka all of Hamilton. James will be sadly missed by many nieces and nephews. James was a found of the Italo Canadian Club and a member of the Ham Radio Club (VE3TQ) and Knights of Columbus. Friends will be received at the FRISCOLANTI FUNERAL CHAPEL, 43 Barton Street East (near James) wednesday 7-9 p.m. And Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Vigil prayers Thursday at 3 p.m. Funeral Mass Friday 10 a.m. At St. Margaret Mary Church with interment to follow at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be greatly appreciated by the family.

REST IN PEACE

Paul Joseph Thomas
Callsign: VE3MMLDied: 1998 05 23

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At the Hamilton General Hospital on Sunday, May 23, 1998. Retired Ancaster Deputy Fire Chief Paul Thomas in his 61st year. Beloved husband of Beverley. Dear father of Jeffrey and Angela and Kim, Colleen and Scott. Sadly missed by twelve grandchildren. Loved brother of Rona and Mike. Friends will be received at the DODSWORTH & BROWN Funeral Home. ANCASTER CHAPEL (378) Wilson Street East), on Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Mass will be held at St. Ann’s Roman Catholic Church on Wednesday, May 27, 1998, at 11 a.m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Donations to the Firefighter’s Burn Unit of the Hamilton General Hospital would be appreciated by the family.

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Leif Thomsen
Callsign: VE3KFEDied: 04 02 2015

Obituary:

There was no Obituary for Leif. Leif was always heard on the 2M frequency, meeting new hams and conversing with the regular users. Leif often checked into the Friday Night Tech Net with Reg VK6BQQ.

Note sent in by Tom VE3MQ:
Leif was born September 18 1938. Cremation had taken place, Donations to the SPCA could be made in Leif’s behalf.

 

Norman Alfred Tipler
Callsign: VE3AEFDied: 2009 01_ _

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Les Tobicoe
Callsign: VE3EGTDied: 1995 01 29

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On January 29, 1995 at the Henderson General Hospital in his 64th year, Les Tobicoe, beloved husband of Marg, dear father of Master Corporal Phillip Tobicoe and his wife Monique of Calgary. Step-father of Douglas, Donna and Evelyn. Survived by grandchildren. Brother of Jean of Redwood City, California, James and his wife Sandra of Hagersville, Hazel and her husband Archie of Hagersville and Ruth and her husband Mike of Kitchener. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Les was a long time employee of the CNIB Cater Plan at Stelco and a member of the Hamilton Amateur Radio Club. Friends may call at the L.G. WALLACE FUNERAL HOME, 151 Ottawa St. N. (544-1147), from Wednesday 7-8 p.m. Service in the Chapel at 8 p.m followed by cremation. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family.

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Ralph Clifford Tufts
Callsign: VE3BYMDied: 2016 12 26

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January 6, 1920 – December 26, 2016

Just shy of his 97th birthday, Ralph Clifford Tufts of Dundas Ontario passed peacefully with family by his side on Monday Dec. 26th, 2016. Loving husband to the late Eva Lily Tufts for over 61 years, and beloved father of (David – deceased) Carolyn, (Ralph Jr. – deceased), Catherine Burke (Arthur), Gail Pellow (Bruce – deceased), Blair “Tim” (Donna – deceased), Philip (Rosanne – deceased), Valerie Snelling (Russell), Ralph will be forever remembered and dearly missed by many, many loving grandchildren and great-grandchildren, numerous nieces and nephews, extended family and dear friends.  Ralph’s life story begins in Halifax NS on January 6th 1920 and his love for Nova Scotia, the water, and boats stayed with him throughout his life providing many wonderful memories and stories that Ralph was known to share of his adventures he cherished along the shores of Tufts Cove Dartmouth NS and Bedford Basin as a young boy.  Ralph and Eva, a true love story, met in grade two, and married on April 26th 1940.  After attending Dalhousie University Halifax NS, Ralph found early that he had a keen interest and natural skill with radio communication and he turned this passion into a long career.  After starting out in Nova Scotia working for the government of Canada in communications (homeland security) during WWII, Ralph and Eva moved their young family to Hamilton, Ontario in 1951 for Ralph’s job with Bob Moody & Co.  A pioneer in the radio and television industry, Ralph was the first DJ in the Hamilton and Burlington area spinning vinyl records at the Brant Inn during the 60’s, proudly supplying the live tunes for the opening gala at the Beverly Golf & Country Club EST. 1957.  Ralph’s carrier grew in TV and Radio working for Hamilton Niagara Coaxial Co., and Hamilton Video and Sound.  Ralph continued his passion in life for amateur radio as a collector and avid HAM Radio operator (VE3BYM), being awarded the HARC Order of Merit.  Always dapper, Ralph is fondly remembered for his smart wardrobe and as a collector and hansom wearer of fine neckties and hats.  Ralph loved poetry, especially keen for Robert Frost; he loved sweets, pink panther, classic movies and was a long time member of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 36 and Air Force Club in Dundas. A natural historian, Ralph was known for his colourful storytelling, sharing his lifelong interests, passions and humour through the stories he told with great enthusiasm.  The time he spent with family and friends while sharing these memories is a tribute to the beauty of his heart and soul. Ralph’s inspiring presence will be deeply missed by all who had the privilege to have known him. Friends will be received by the family on Monday evening from 6-9 at the Turner Family Funeral Home, 53 Main Street, Dundas, where the Service for Ralph will be held Tuesday morning at 11 o’clock. Interment Grove Cemetery. Donations to the Dundas Salvation Army would be appreciated by the family.