Amlin Bonnie Lynn (Kelley)( Nee Shilson)


At Erie Shores Hospice Leamington, on Friday, May_19, 2017. Age 68 years. Late of Kingsville

Survived by her husband, Bill Amlin and children, Lori Pozzo (Mike), Robert Kelley (Nancy), Brian Kelley (Nancy), Shelley Ingratta (Gerry), Blain Amlin (LJ) and Bill Amlin Jr. (Wendy). Her brothers and sister, Jack Shilson (Julie), Bill Shilson, and Joanne Shilson (Jim) Also survived by 9 grandchildren. Predeceased by her first husband, Richard Kelley, her sister Cathy Wall and her parents, Mabel and Wilbur Shilson.

Friends will be received at the C. Stuart Sykes Funeral Home, 91 Division St. S. Kingsville from 7 to 9 p.m. on Sunday, May 21, 2017. Funeral Service from the funeral home on Monday, May 22, 2017. at 11:00 a.m.

Cremation to follow. If desired, donations to the Erie Shores Hospice, Leamington would be appreciated.

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Burlow Leslie (Les)


It is with great sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of Leslie (Les) Burlow on the 24th of April 2017. He was surrounded by his loved ones at Leamington District Memorial Hospital, at the age of 82 years. Beloved and cherished husbanad of Patricia (Pat) for 58 years. Dearest father of Sharron (Fernando) Torres of Leamington, Kathryn of Mississauga and predeceased by daughter Sandra Lynn (1982). Reunited with his parents Frederick and Evelyn Burlow. Also survived by his grandchildren, Stephanie Torres and Fiance Scott Fletcher, Micheal Torres and Nicole Torres. Les was a proud retiree of Chrysler Canada and a member of CAW Local 444. Les kept a busy schedule and yet he was a person who knew how to enjoy the simple things n life. He loved everything to do with nature and his pride and joy second only to his family was his beautiful yard and his many gardens. He sought out and nurtured many unique tress and rare and beautiful flowers and he took great care of the many birds that visited his piece of paradise. He kept busy with many crafts and projects and gifted many of his creations to people in the community. He was very creative and was always eager to be learning new things. In his teens he was one of the original members of the Leamington Figure Skating Club and his talent earned him an invitation to skate with the Ice Capades. His family and the importance of being there for them every day was more important to him and let him to instead choose to go to business college and take a job he loved with Chrysler Canada in the scheduling and production department. After his retirement he taught himself to play the Hammer Dulcimer and then his hand built his own beautiful Dulcimer. He attended many community events and he volunteered many happy hours sharing his beautiful and relaxing music with everyone he met. He never missed an opportunity to give back to his community in any way and his generous spirit found him always quick to notice and help out anyone in nee. His preferred way was to give willingly and remain anonymous…..he just liked to pay it forward and he taught his children and hi grandchildren the importance of being there and being present for others in need.

We would like to thanks the many people who have helped Leslie and our family over the past year. The exceptional and dedicated Doctors, Nurses, and Evergency room staff as well as the staff on 2 South, 2 North, and ICU at Leamington Hospital and also the amazing staff at Windsor Regional Hospital, Met Campus and all the support staff who helped him so much at each return visit. Many thanks also to the Paramedics who came to help at he home; almost daily at times and the TLC Patient Transfer staff who helped get him to his many appointments, the caring and compassionate staff at The Sun Parlor Home, Leamington, Royal Oak L.T.C. Kingsville and Chartwell Retirement Residence, Kingsville, the many nurses, and psw’s from Paramed, Bayshore and Saint Elizabeth who have helped Dad over the past few years and the remarkable staff at the CCAC who were able to arrange Dad’s wishes to return to Kingsville living. Also to the many many angels that were put into his life and went the extra step so willingly to keep him n good spirits and give him hope to carry on during some very difficult days. Thanks also for the many prayers and well wishes and flowers and visits. You will never know how very much that your kindness and continued contact meant to Les and how it kept him going. It was not easy for him to be so dependant on everyone, but it meant the world to him to hear from you. Thanks also to Mom’s friend Scooter who so willingly drove Mom to Windsor and Leamington over the past year to visit Les and helped so much more before that….you are amazing and we can’t thank you enough. Many thanks for all the years of excellent care provided by his Family Physician, Dr. P. Kelton, His Optometrist Dr. Molzan, who helped so much over many years. Also thanks to all the doctors that joined the team in his care: Dr. Hayes, Dr. Gow, Dr. Moncur and Dr. Choudry. Your excellent dedication and compassionate care, your kindness to Leslie were greatly appreciated and will always be remembered by the family.

In keeping with Les’s wishes cremation has taken place and there will be no visitation or service. A private family memorial will be held Friday, April 28, 2017 with burial at Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetery. Should you so desire, memorial donations to the War Amps, the Church of the Epiphany or to your local Food Bank would be appreciated by the family.

Elliott Marguerite Elizabeth


On Sunday, April 30, 2017. Age 64 years. Beloved sister of Jack and wife Fredina of Toronto and Orval and wife Ann of Mississauga. Dear aunt of Trevor (Marnie), Jacqueline (Dave), Chris (Andrea), James (Rebecca), Adrianne and Joe, Rino and Daniela. Dear great aunt of Blake, Josh, Cameron, Sierra, Mackenna and Jake. Beloved

Daughter of the late James and  Marianne Elliott. Marguerite was a former Principal of Kingsville Public School, an educator at numerous public schools in Essex County; active in the Order of the Eastern Star and also an active member of Epworth United Church.

Friends will be received at the C. Stuart Sykes Funeral Home, 91  Division St. S. Kingsville from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, May 4th. Friends will also be received at Epworth United Church , Kingsville on Friday, May 5, 2017 from 10 a.m. until time of funeral service at 11 a.m. Rev. John Van Omme officiating. Interment in Greenhill Cemetery, Kingsville. Order of the Eastern Star service Thursday,  7:30 p.m.

If desired, donations to the Transplant unit at London University Hospital or Epworth United Church, Kingsville would be appreciated.

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Prince Mary Margaret (nee Holland)


On Thursday, May 4, 2017 Mary Margaret Prince passed away peacefully with her family by her side at age 68 years. Mary will be forever remembered by her husband Dave and their children, Stacey Fields (Kevin), Michelle Cockbain (Scott), and Robert Prince (Sean Hogan). Mary will also be sadly missed by her grandchildren Taylor and Evan, her parents Montford and Frances Holland (nee Morgan), sister Linda Stevenson (Bradley) and Family, her brother Jay Holland and Family, niece Marlee Page and Family, nephew Scott Stevenson and Family. Fondly remembered by sister-in-laws, Linda Prince and Connie Zoern Meszaros (Edward), along with countless relatives and friends. Mary loved to quilt, knit, crochet and sew. Her laughter brightened our lives and will never be forgotten.

Celebration of Mary’s Life will be on Monday, May 8th from 10 am to 4 p.m. at Canadian Transportation Museum, Heritage Village, 6155 Arner Townline, Cty. Road 23, Kingsville N9Y 2E5.  Visitation from 10 to 11 am, followed by a memorial service at

11:00 a.m. followed by a Celebration from 12 noon until 4 p.m.

Memorial donations may be made in memory of Mary to Erie Shores Hospice of Leamington or London Regional Cancer Center.

Arrangements entrusted to the C. Stuart Sykes Funeral Home, Kingsville (519) 733-4111.

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