THE REV. DR. GRAHAM COTTER ‘46 and MARGARET BAILY, April 23 in Port Hope, ON.
BEALE: FELICITY (MONDERER) ’61, Aug. 19 in Melbourne, Australia.
BROWN: GEORGIA (BLAKELEY) ’58, Nov. 19, 2015 in Lindsay, ON.
CLARKE: AUSTIN ’00 (HON. DSL), July 24 in Toronto.
FANTHAM: ELAINE, July 11 in Toronto. Honorary Fellow of the College. Read John Allemang’s (’74) touching tribute to Dr. Fantham in the Globe and Mail.
HONEY: RICHARD, Sept. 27 in Cobourg, ON. Husband of the late Betty Honey, mother of Chris Honey ‘84 and mother-inlaw of Karla Honey ‘84.
HORNE: MARY ELLEN, Sept. 9 in Mississauga, ON. Mother of Marian Horne Greenwood ‘65 and Kathryn Horne ‘67.
HUTCHISON: GAIL ’51, Aug. 23 in Toronto.
SUTHERLAND: PATRICIA ELLEN (LOGAN) ’48, Sept. 11 in Toronto.
VAREY: J. DOUGLAS ’70 (DIV), Aug. 30 in Toronto. Husband of Lynne Brennan ’76.
NEWS HAPPY 100th BIRTHDAY TO DR. MARGARET LARGE-CARDOSO ’39
A passionate academic and lifelong advocate of health education, Margaret Large- Cardoso earned her BA at Trinity College in 1939 and went onto TRINITY FALL 2016 29 Class notes complete a Masters in Health Education (Wayne State) and a PhD in Health Education (University of Michigan). Ultimately, Margaret became a Professor at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan.
In an interview with the Shoreline Beacon, Margaret cited her experiences in the Second World War as some of the most impactful moments of her life. Working as an assistant director of War Services for the YMCA, attached to the Royal Canadian Air Force during the Second World War, she spent time in the hospitals helping military personnel, some of whom never returned home from the war.
Asked by the Beacon if she has any advice for younger women, she counselled “manage your money well and save.”
And her biggest life lessons: always be optimistic, expect the best, never live alone and develop your network of friends.
For David Plant ’77, Trinity’s newly elected Alumni Association chair, the College holds a special place in his heart—not only as his alma mater, but also as the setting for his wedding to classmate Patti Brownridge ’76 some 37 years ago. Their two daughters, Miranda and Titania, both went on to study at Trinity—and both continued the family tradition of being married in the Trinity Chapel. “I feel very lucky that our family has had such close ties to Trinity through the years,” says Plant. “I can still remember feeling my heart well up with happiness at seeing my bride, Patti, coming down the Chapel stairs. And nothing beats the feeling of a father’s joy and pride when escorting his daughters down the same aisle years later.”
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