DOUG SELLERS AUGUST 22, 2012
Doug passed away peacefully on Wednesay, August 22, 2012 at the age of 82. Dear husband of Helen, and dear father of Tim, Kathy, Shaw, and Holly. Doug had 8 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Doug was a lifelong resident of Kingsville and was involved in and coached for the Kingsville Minor Baseball Association. He was a member of the Deep Bay Hunt Club. Doug was very involved with the WECSSO Slo-Pitch league as both a player and manager. Doug was also instrumental in drafting and writing the WECSSO Constitution.
DAVID GREIG DE BLOEME MAY 15, 1951 – OCTOBER 3, 2012
David passed away October 3, 2012 at the age of 61. He was married to Vivian and was the father of 2 children. He was employed as a senior officer for Federal Employ for Western Deyeps Industry of Canada. When he retired after 30 years, he moved to Windsor to enjoy that retirement. David loved softball.
MICHAEL JOHN “MAX” KARCZ JULY 23,1932 – FEBRUARY 9, 2013
Max died peacefully on February 9, 2013 at 80 years of age. He was born July 23, 1932 in Toronto. He moved to Windsor where he attended Prince Edward Public School with his brother Zeno. While at Patterson Collegiate he excelled in sports becoming the first recipient of the Royal Arcanum Award in 1949 and 1950. He married in Windsor to Barbara Gray in 1955. He moved to Toronto and taught before returning to Windsor to teach and coach at Walkerville Collegiate for several years, Forster for 25 years, before finishing his career at Massey. Max was a devoted Christian and attended Parkwood Gospel Temple. Max was awarded the sports achievement award from the University of Windsor Alumni Sports Hall of Fame. He is survived by his 3 children Richard, Alan & Gregory & several grandchildren. Max was a respected leader and had a positive influence on the lives of many.
TED BACHIU APRIL 20 1932 – MARCH 10 2013
Ted passed away Sunday, March 10th, 2013 He was a loving father and grandfather. Ted was a long time bowler and baseball enthusiast. Ted worked in Michigan as a welder. He enjoyed dancing at the Legion and was active in the deaf Community. Ted played in the W.E.C.S.S.O. slo-pitch league
JOHN VALENTICH MARCH 22 1937 – APRIL 14, 2013
John passed away Sunday April 14, 2013 at the age of 76. Born in Timmins Ontario, he was the husband of Marjorie for nearly 20 years. John is survived by several nieces, an uncle, grandChildren and great grandchildren. John worked at Chrysler Canada for 40 years. He was a 40 year member of the Y.M.C.A, played in the W.E.C.S.S.O. slo-pitch league and was a Windsor Goodfellow’s volunteer.