In Memory of Norman WRIGHT 1958 – 2020

Norman died peacefully at home in Toronto on December 7, 2020 after a courageous 16 month battle with a glioblastoma brain tumour.  He dealt with this disease and treatment bravely, without complaint.

Loving husband of Barbara Allan and dear father to Cooper. Predeceased by his father William and survived by his mother Barbara, his brother Bruce and his sister Elizabeth (Michael) and his two nephews Zachary and Nicholas. 

He will be dearly missed by family, and friends from his early days at school through to his recent working life at IBM Canada. Norman was an optimistic person who never had a bad thing to say about anyone. His 62 years were filled doing the things he loved with his family including travelling, spending time in the outdoors, hiking, camping and canoeing.  He also had many varied interests including his passion for cars, stamp and coin collecting, everything dinosaur, and WWII airplanes. 

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to Sunnybrook Foundation and the Temmy Latner Centre for Palliative Care (Mount Sinai Foundation) would be appreciated.

You are invited to join our virtual celebration of life honouring Norman Wright (June 2, 1958 – Dec. 7, 2020) 

On Saturday January 16, 2 pm

Using the following Zoom link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85172592677

Meeting ID: 851 7259 2677

The Zoom link will be open 30 minutes early, at 1:30 pm,  and we invite you tojoin us for an informal meet and greet before the start of the ceremony.  

The program itself will begin at 2 pm with photo memories of Norm’s life and reflections from some of Norm’s family and friends.

There will also be an opportunity to chat with the other guests after the memorial and by using the chat function on Zoom during the memorial. 

In case we’ve missed anyone, please feel free to share these details.  If you wish to say a few words about Norm at the memorial, please let us know at the emails below and we’ll fit you in. 

Sincerely, 

Norm’s Family 

If you have any questions in advance of the memorial, please contact any of the following:

Barb: [email protected]

Bruce: [email protected]

Elizabeth: [email protected]

Note:  If you have not downloaded Zoom, please do so for free (https://zoom.us/download) in advance.

You may also access the memorial by phone using the numbers below. 

+1 301 715 8592 US (Washington D.C)

+1 929 205 6099 US (New York)

+1 647 374 4685  (Toronto) 

+1 647 558 0588 (Toronto)

+1 778 907 2071 (Vancouver area)

+49 69 7104 9922 (Germany)

+49 69 3807 9883 (Germany)

+61 8 6119 3900 (Australia)

+61 8 7150 1149 (Australia)

+61 2 8015 6011 (Australia)

+61 3 7018 2005 (Australia)

+61 7 3185 3730 (Australia)

Meeting ID: 851 7259 2677

Curbside leaf and yard waste pick up in Sturgeon Point

The CoKL collects leaf and yard waste from the curbside collection every spring and fall. This waste will only be collected if properly disposed of in dry paper yard bags and placed by the curb at 7am on your designated day.

The last Autumn curbside leaf and yard waste pick up is on Friday, November 20th.

They also collect branches that have been properly bundled with string or twine, at a size less than 3 feet in length and 40 lbs in weight. Grass and items placed in plastic bags will not be accepted.

Keep your bags dry by placing them in a storage shed, or under a tarp, until they are collected. Did you know you can also bring leaf and yard waste to any of the landfill sites, up to 250 kg free of charge? If the dates don’t align with your schedule, visit a site during operating hours and they’ll be happy to assist you.

As a member of the Sturgeon Point community, you can also take your leaves (and only leaves) to our leaf dump. Just remember to follow the signs! Please check out the Leaf Dump page on the website for all the information.

Church News – Summer Services 2020

The Union Church has posted a notice on their website that summer services will be cancelled for the time being due to COVID-19.

“We regret to announce all services of worship, weddings, celebrations of life, concerts, plays and other ways the church is typically used are suspended due to COVID-19. If we are allowed to re-open before Labour Day, and feel it is safe for our community and our ministers, we will update this space. Please stay well.”