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   Their Light Still Shines - In Memoriam


  Harry Class Sports Growing up on Homewood Avenue in Kitchener, Harry Class probably never imagined a pool bearing his name would be built just up the street.

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  Dale Marcell Music Dale Marcell could not contain his love for music. He was a self-described “rhythmist” and founded the Marcell School of Drum to share his love with students.

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  Lois Maxwell Film & Television Born Lois Ruth Hooker in Kitchener, Ontario to parents who were a nurse and a teacher. She grew up in Toronto and attended Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute

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  Jerome McComb Sports Jerome "Hook" McComb was not just a police officer and boxing coach, he was also a mentor. Back in 1947, Hook started the Waterloo Regional Boxing Academy and ran it out of the Police Station on Frederick Street in Kitchener.

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  Margaret Millar Literary Margaret Millar was a Kitchener-born mystery and suspense writer. She was educated in Toronto, but moved to the United States when she married fellow writer Kenneth Millar.

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  Moe Norman Sports In 1995, Moe was inducted into the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame. Nine years later, in 2006, he was inducted into Canada ’s Sports Hall of Fame.

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  Dan Snyder Sports When Dan Snyder and his fellow Atlanta Thrashers teammate Dany Heatley were in a devastating car crash in 2003, Dan’s face appeared in newspapers across North America.

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  Edna Staebler Literary Edna Staebler(January 15, 1906 – September 12, 2006) was a Canadian author, best known for a series of cookbooks,

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  Betty Thompson Film & Television Betty Thompson (1934-1994) was a Canadian television presenter who spent most of her career at CKCO-TV in Kitchener, Ontario. She was seen throughout Canada as host of CTV's version of Romper Room, a children's programme produced at CKCO's studios.

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