No. 3617: Barry Robert Carter




Barry Robert (Bob) Carter

Carter, Barry Robert (Bob) (1934-2015). Unexpectedly at home on August 29, 2015 with his wife by his side, Bob left us too soon, but is no longer in pain. Beloved husband of Sheila for 57 years. Loving and devoted father to Leslie (David Siegel), Ian (Adele Stone), Marc, and the late Richard. Cherished Zaidy to Zachary, Ellie, Emma and Shauna. Survived by sister Phyllis Sapers. Will be missed and remembered by his nieces and nephews Earl, Jack, the late Marci, Marlene, Cheryl, Adam, Sandy, Stephen and Howard, their spouses and children. A graduate of RMC, University of Toronto – Engineering, Navigator, 416 Squadron RCAF, proud of his IBM affiliation, Canada Systems Group, and Ministry of Health. Bob was most proud of his children and grandchildren, always looking forward to the next Shabbos dinner when they all came together. He taught us to fish, he taught us to garden; he will be missed by all, forgotten by none. Funeral service will be held on Monday, August 31, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. at Steeles Memorial Chapel, 350 Steeles Ave. West, Thornhill. Interment to follow at Pardes Chaim Cemetery, Community section. Memorial donations may be made to Princess Margaret Hospital, c/o Myeloma Research Foundation (416) 946-6560 or Charity of your choice.














 Goodwin, Donald
On October 19, 2014 at home at the age of 80. Beloved husband of Sophyann (nee Smith). Loving father of Susann Buhr (Scott) and Michael (Susie). Proud grandfather of Stephen Buhr and dear brother of Peter (Lee). Don Goodwin was a passionate and authentic communicator. He never judged people and always enjoyed talking with whomever crossed his wide path. Don was a graduate of Eastview and the Royal Military College of Canada and later attended McGill and Carleton Universities. He trained as a mechanical engineer and although he once considered the Royal Canadian Navy to be his his home he left the military in the mid-'60s for Sun Oil Company (Sunoco). Corporate life was just not his "thing" and in 1967 he joined Industry, Trade and Commerce in Ottawa. In the twenty-five years that followed Don held numerous key policy and program positions in the federal government including in Environment, the Privy Council, Office of the Comptroller General, and Indian and Northern Affairs where, in 1992, he retired as Assistant Deputy Minister (Land, Revenues, and Trusts). Don was a superb downhill skier, voracious chef and gardener, artist and loving grandfather. Friends are invited to attend a Memorial Gathering to be held in the Hall of Colours of the Beechwood National Memorial Centre, 280 Beechwood Ave. (east of Vanier Parkway) on Tuesday October 28, after 2 p.m. followed by a Graveside Service at 3:15 p.m.