There is no doubt that death comes to all but there is no reason why it cannot come with dignity and compassion. At Huron Shores Hospice in Tiverton Park Manor, there is a hospice suite with a second on the way to meet the increasing needs for hospice care in...
It is with great sadness and love that we report that Major Robert “Bob” John MacDonald, husband of the late Anna (O’Donnell) MacDonald of Napan, passed in Miramichi, New Brunswick on August 3, 2019 at the age of 83. Born in Kincardine, ON, on November 25, 1935, he was the...
January 6, 1935 to June 27, 2019 Gwen was the beloved wife of Phil for 63 years, and the loving mother of Michael (Heather) Stubley of Cochrane, Alberta, and Colleen (Mark) Langridge of Port Elgin, Ontario. Gwen was a dear grandmother to Nicole (Richard) and Samantha (Edis), and James, Craig...
With his quiet wisdom and gentle guidance, Earl touched the lives of so many. Earl passed away at Victoria Hospital in London on February 17,2019 with his wife and best friend, Geordie, at his side. His family and friends provided him with love and hope during his hard struggle with...
The annual Caitlyn Cobean Silver Stick girls' tournament held over the past weekend (Feb. 1 - 3/19) in Saugeen Shores saw some 38 teams come in from across southwestern Ontario. For the Kincardine Kinucks Bantam team, it came down to the final game against the Huron Heat ... but it...
Frederick Lloyd was born December 18, 1923 in Ty Bach, Wales (U.K.) and was married to Barbara May Linsdell (d. 2004). Fred served in the British Army from 1941 to 1947 and was stationed for five years in Italy, where he developed a love of the Italian language and opera. He...
Service Summary: Visitation from the Eagleson Funeral Home, Southampton on Thursday May 31, 2018 from 2-4 and 7-9pm. A Funeral Service to Celebrate the Life of Douglas Johnson will be held at St Paul’s Anglican Church, Southampton, on Friday June 1, 2018 at 11am. Cremation. Interment of Ashes, Hamilton Cemetery. St Lawrence...

Doug Johnson

Sometimes in life you meet one of those 'characters' who makes a difference.  Doug Johnson was one of those. Saugeen Times called him 'cub reporter' because he would phone and leave a message if there was what he considered to be a newsworthy item.  The message always began in the...