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  • ID: I20982
  • Name: Ronald Norquay MACDOUGALL
  • Given Name: Ronald Norquay
  • Surname: MACDOUGALL
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1922 in Manitowaning
  • Death: 2 Aug 2010 in Manitoulin Health Centre
  • Burial: Cremation To Hilly Grove Cemetery 1
  • _UID: 5A9B37025FF64516B85484C2548A27D60B4F
  • Change Date: 28 Mar 2012 at 21:28
  • Note:
    RONALD NORQUAY MACDOUGALL
    Ronald Norquay MacDougall, WWII Stoker First Class and dies el mechanic, died August 2, 2010 at Manitoulin Health Centr e at the age of 88. Born to Laughlan and Margaret (Norquay ) MacDougall on May 8, 1922 in Manitowaning. Married Stell a Bowerman in 1946. Loved by daughters Barbara and husban d Dag Furst of Vancouver, and Sharon and husband Dennis Dur ie of Strathroy. Cherished grandpa of Jennifer and Thomas F urst (wife Sarah Jane), and Eric and Heather Durie. Predece ased by his brother Bill and sister-in-law Jean (Rowland) M acDougall. Ron was active in his community and church, alwa ys ready with a helping hand and a joke or story. He will b e missed by his many friends, relatives and neighbours. Vis itation was 7 pm -9 pm on Friday, August 6, 2010 at Knox Un ited Church. Memorial Service was at 2 pm on Saturday, Augu st 7, 2010 at Knox United Church, Manitowaning. Burial of a shes at Hilly Grove Cemetery. Donations to Knox United Chur ch or MHC Aux would be appreciated. Arrangements with Islan d Funeral Home.
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    The family of Ron MacDougall would like to thank everyone w ho has been so kind,
    thoughtful, and supportive during this difficult time. Th e gifts of food,
    flowers, cards of sympathy and donations have highlighted t he generous spirit of
    this island community. We appreciate all who have shared th eir stories about
    Ron's jokes and escapades, his kindness and generosity, an d his commitment to
    church and community. Special thanks to those who have give n of their time to
    drive Stella to appointments, to church, and to visit Ron w hile he was ill.
    Stella MacDougall, Barbara Furst, Sharon Durie.
    Manitoulin Expositor, Auguest 25, 2010
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    Square Dance Fans To Attempt Hockey On Manitowaning Ice
    by Wally Harasyn - February 2, 1961


    Friday evening will offer one of the season's greates t arrays of hockey talent (?????) when the Little Curren t Squarenaders take on the Manitowaning Hay, lofters at 9 :15 p.m. in the Manitowaning Arena. The game will clima x the Annual Carnival.'"
    In the goal for Little Current will be Bob Hocken. His f orward wall will consist of such stars as Austin Bateman , John Wilkin, Glen Pringle, Glen Leeson, Art Baird, Murche e Wright, Ev. Morphet, Len Campbell, Dave Glover and Doug T racy.

    At press time our scouts were unable to obtain a complet e roster of the Haylofters, but it is rumored that Ed. Thi rd, Bill MacDougal, Art Moggy, Ron Mac Dougall, Joh n Jaggard, Ted Daigle, Owen Maguire, Glen McDonald, Jac k Witney and Calvin Cowan, plus others who are able < i>, to (a) find their skates, and (b) stand up after t he skates are on , will represent Manitowaning. The of ficials will be composed of feminine members of the club s who will probably take great delight in sending friend h ubby to the "sin bin". The remaining wives will ta ke over the cheer- leaders' chores.

    It is rumoured that the game was conceived by Doug Tracy t o promote some business during a dull season. We wish hi m well in his spectacular venture. Since this will possibl y be the last appearance this season for both clubs on eit her ice or the dance floor, everyone is urged to see thi s special event. Come early - there are no guarantees as t o how long the game will last.
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    Manitoivaning
    Happenings February 9, 1961 Manitoulin Exp ositor
    by Wally Harasym
    Ice Carnival Results
    A large crowd turned out last week to attedn the Ice Carni val which was very well presented. The figure skating clu b realized a" total of $97. in paid admissions.
    The Little Current and Manitowaning Squarenaders are to b e congratulated for their performances during the challeng e match played at the carnival
    Such visiting "stars" like., Doug Tracy, Glen Leeson, Gle n Pringle, Dave Glover, Austin Bateman and goaler Bob Hocke n gave the crowd a good performance not only in their hock ey ability but also their comedy antics. Some of the high lights of the match included: Giant killer Happy McLenna n in a boxing and wrestling match with Glen Leeson. Leeso n was no match for Hoppin* Mad Happy who cut him so bad i n the tussle that Leeson had to be carried off the ice o n one of Tracy's stretchers. A lot of red blood of the veg etable nature was lost by Leeson who made a speedy recover y and was back to finish the game.
    Manitowaning's Bill McDougal received a special presentati on the form of "screen muzzle," before the start of the g ame in which would have provided him with fine protectio n from losing that denture of his which keeps getting awa y from him and sliding all over the ice.
    The official referees in the fine form of Clown Jean McLena n, Ethel Bowerman and Mrs. Glen Leeson also provided man y laughs with their amusing interrpretation of penalties , offsides ! and prejudiced method of referreeing.
    The hockey match was enjoyed by all and was a fine chang e from the usual serious and sometimes drab type of hocke y which we see so much of. Little Current Squarenaders ar e to be congratulated for their assistance in making the c arnival a success and we wish them luck ia their return m atch with Manitowaning to be played at the Little Curren t Ice Carnival.




    Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown
    • Married: 1946
    • Note: 2 _PREF Y
    • Change Date: 16 Mar 2012

    Sources:
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      Title: MFT

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