In Memory of Gary Horner

Gary Charles Horner (GCH) passed into the hands of the Lord on Friday January 10, 2020 after suffering a catastrophic fall. Gary leaves his wife Janice, two sons Michael and David and his sister Shirley to celebrate the joys of his life. Gary will be missed by many. We are grateful to Pastor Jeff and the Trentside Church for their love and support. We thank the Doctors at Kingston General for their care throughout very devastating days. Gary celebrated life. His motto in life was “No Regrets” thus we will celebrate his life in the spring. Cremation has taken place. Arrangements entrusted to THE HENDREN FUNERAL HOMES, MONK CHAPEL. Memorial donations, if desired, may be made to the MS Society by visiting or by calling 705-738-3222.  To send flowers to the family of Gary Horner, please visit Tribute Store

Condolences can be left at the online obituary.

Upholsterer realizes a dream with shop in Fenelon Falls

Lisa Vehrs says it makes sense to re-upholster treasured pieces of furniture because of the quality of materials and construction, especially those made decades ago. She grew up cottaging in Sturgeon Point and opened in Fenelon Falls about a year ago. – Image and story courtesy of Mary Riley/Metroland

Lisa Vehrs says cottaging all her life in Sturgeon Point she never dreamed she would one day have a shop in Fenelon Falls.

But, when her childhood friends Chris Van Lierop and Tim Wisener (who also cottaged for years in Sturgeon Point) decided to open Home by Tim + Chris and the Colborne Street Gallery in the village they told her, “You’re coming with us.”

Read the rest of this article featured in the March 7, 2019 edition of Kawartha Lakes This Week.

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