Voices from our Community

Delphine and Lloyd Martin

A Lasting Legacy “We feel fortunate to be able to provide others with an opportunity to live in a safe, kind place.” If you enjoy driving the beautiful countryside and villages in and around Waterloo Region, you may be surprised

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Elmer and Eileen Shantz

Meaningful Lives “Helping others in need is not only a responsibility of life; it is what gives meaning to life.”                                                     – Molli Marti Elmer Shantz (1933-2021) was raised on a farm outside of Hespeler, Ontario. In the early 1950s, Elmer began

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Laura and Phares Bauman

It started with a toaster Phares Bauman was born in 1935 and lost his father when he was only two. He grew up on a farm just north of Floradale with his mom, stepfather, brother and sister and step-brother and

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Meet Albert Willms (1926-2022)

Equipped with two languages – German and Russian – Albert left post-war Europe, spending five years in Paraguay prior to arriving in Canada when he was 27. He met and married Betty Fast, a Canadian Mennonite, in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario. Betty

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Meet Anita and Dave Cressman

The first thing you notice about Anita and Dave Cressman is the way Anita looks at him. You can see the couple who married in 1966 and raised three sons, who now have added five grandchildren to the family. Dave

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Meet Mary Schiedel

If it’s the last Monday of the month, it’s book club day at Parkwood – a day when 12 eager readers gather to share their thoughts on the latest selection and enjoy a sense of community. The members’ reading tastes

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Meet Sharon & Ron Grigsby

If you look up the word ‘volunteer’ in the dictionary, the definition should include a photograph of Sharon and Ron Grigsby. It’s hard to imagine how they find time to volunteer. In addition to raising two daughters, Sharon was a

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