It is with sadness that I inform you of the recent passing of our colleague Luigi Lolli. Luigi joined Goulbourn LBC in July 2012 and had been a regular bowler since that time. Luigi was also an active volunteer with the greens group, and a regular weekly presence on the green. Luigi will be remembered for his constant dress of long trousers and sweater regardless of weather, as well as his enthusiastic and accurate bowling. We will miss his friendly smile on the green.
Edward "Ed" Edwards
Ed passed away peacefully, with family by his side, at his home in Waterloo, on Friday, March 2, 2018, at the age of 86.
Beloved husband of Ellen (nee Graham) for 60 years. Cherished dad of Diane (John) Timmings, Ron (Marlane) Edwards, and Lori Edwards (Stuart Welsh). Proud grandpa of Emily (Kevin) Bond, Beverly (Ian) MacDonald, Ben Timmings (Teagen Knowles), Angela Timmings, Jerrett Edwards (Morgan), Joshua Edwards, Tylea Edwards, Chris Funk, and Stacey Funk. Loving great-grandpa of Sophie and Isabelle Bond, Cameron MacDonald, and Nicholas Edwards. Dear brother of June (Bill) Collier and brother-in-law of Donna Hill.
Predeceased by his parents, Edward (Ted) Edwards and Grace Rae; and brother, Bob (Betty Jean) Edwards.
Ed retired in 1993 from Revenue Canada as a field auditor. During his lifetime, Ed participated in Kiwanis Club, Probus Club, Retired Business and Professional Men’s Club, and Kitchener Minor Soccer. Ed and Ellen enjoyed square and round dancing, lawn bowling with Heritage Greens Lawn Bowling Club, several bridge clubs, and traveling. Ed served on the finance committee of St. James'-Rosemount United Church in Kitchener where he was a long time member.
Robert (Bob) Marshall
It with great sadness that I have to inform you that on Thursday February 22, 2018 Robert (Bob) Marshall passed away. Bob had been a previous President of the Georgetown Lawn Bowling Club, our greens keeper and long time member. He will be greatly missed by the club for his ongoing support and contact with sponsors and helpers. Bob was well known throughout District 9 and other OLBA clubs nearby; through tournament competition.