In Memoriam

 

In Memoriam

We are saddened to inform the Membership of the passing of John Noonan, father of Joe Noonan (Construction Member), on Saturday, April 14, 2018. 

NOONAN, John
April 11, 1929 – April 14, 2018

Obituary

Passed away peacefully at North York General Hospital at the age of 89 as a result of complications following a stroke. Beloved husband of the late Regina. He is survived by children John (Marian), Alexandra (Brian), Theresa (Drew), Pauline (Bruce), Patricia (Arthur), Andrew (Diane), Owen (Irene), and Joseph (Roxanne) as well as 14 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Born in Mitchelstown, County Cork, Ireland, he served as a radar technician in the RAF in England, where he met his future wife. After immigrating to Canada, he had a successful career as a talented technician in the broadcasting industry. He enjoyed traveling to see family in the US and the UK. He will be remembered for his love of classical music, sense of humour and his “gift of the gab.” Visitation will be held at Jerrett Funeral Home, 660 Kennedy Road, Scarborough, on Sunday, April 22, 2018 from 2-4 & 6-8 pm. Funeral Mass will be held at St. Gabriel's Passionist Parish, 670 Sheppard Ave. E. Toronto, M2K 1B7 on Monday, April 23, 2018 at 10 am. Cremation to follow. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Canadian Food for Children.

~Your Union Office

 

In Memoriam

 

We are saddened to inform the membership of the passing of Dan Christov (Construction) in the early hours of Thursday, March 29, 2018. Dan Christov passed away peacefully in his sleep from heart failure on March 30, 2018. Dan leaves behind his mother, Marianna, brother Steve, sister-in-law, Phymean, nephew Alex and niece Angie. A GoFundMe page has been set up to help with Dan’s Memorial at https://www.gofundme.com/8d37y-dan-christov039s-memorial . Dan's passing was unexpected. Any donation, of any size, would be extremely helpful. All donations will go to Dan's mother to help with costs and expenses to help her through this difficult time. Any remaining donations will go towards a Celebration of Life for him on April 14, 2018 at: Jason George Pub 100 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5A 1E1 2pm - 6pm

A private family funeral has been held. ~ Your Union Office

 

 

In Memoriam

Good afternoon Local 873. We have just been informed that there will be a service for brother Mike Gabourie taking place this Monday April 2, 2018. 

Gabourie, R. Michael

July 29, 1958 - March 28, 2018

Suddenly at home on Wednesday, March 28th after a lengthy illness. Michael is survived by his father Ray and stepmom Mary. Michael is  predeceased by his mother Marie.  He will be sadly missed by his sisters Laura and Lisa & her husband Michael Drachewych. Loving dad to Christian and Nicole. Michael will be missed by his nephews J.R. Vitale, Matthew Vitale, Markus Drachewych, Adrian Drachewych, Auntie Jack and his many Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, family and friends. A special thank you to Cousin Liz. Friends will be received at the Ridley Funeral Home, 3080 Lake Shore Blvd. W. (at 14th St., between Islington and Kipling Aves., 416-259-3705) on Monday from 2-4 & 7-9 pm Funeral Mass on Tuesday at 10 am at St. Leo’s Catholic Church (277 Royal York Rd). Interment Mount Peace Cemetery, Mississauga. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Heart & Stroke Foundation or Diabetes Association would be appreciated. Messages of Condolence may be placed at RidleyFuneralHome.com.

 http://m.ridleyfuneralhome.com/obituary.aspx?ObitID=2677

We are saddened to inform the membership of the passing of Mike Gabourie (Transportation) today. Mike is survived by his father, Ray Gabourie (Retired, Gold Card Transportation), his sister Laura Gabourie (Transportation) and his son Christian Gabourie (Transportation). Further details will be provided to the Membership when it is available.

~ Your Union Office

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We are saddened to inform the membership of the passing of Geralyn Wraith on Friday, March 30, 2018
An article was published Monday, April 2, 2018 by the Toronto Star – and other outlets.

Updated April 03, 2018 - 4:50 AM

Saskatoon-born makeup artist Geralyn Wraith dies

Victoria Ahearn

TORONTO - To many in the Canadian film and TV industry, makeup artist Geralyn Wraith was like a beloved member of the family, a close friend and a psychologist.

The Saskatoon native, who died Friday, helped craft the look of major characters on shows including "The Kids in the Hall" and "Kim's Convenience" and forged strong bonds with on-air talent through a compassionate demeanour that made them open up to her in the makeup chair.

While she worked to change what people looked like on the outside, she also got to the heart of who they were on the inside.

"She held a lot of stories, because a lot of people confided in her," actress-producer Jennifer Podemski, who worked with Wraith for 20 years, said Monday in a phone interview as news of her death spread through social media.

"If you're on a long-term show, the person you see every day at least to have a long-term conversation with is primarily your makeup artist and you have their undivided attention.

"You don't always click with everybody, but from my knowledge and my team that I bring together, Geri was always someone who you wanted on your team because she made everybody feel special."

"Kim's Convenience" star Jean Yoon, who worked with Wraith for the first two seasons of the CBC comedy, said she had "a big heart."

"You could tell her anything and she would get where you were coming from," Yoon said.

"At the top of the day, every actor is anxious and wondering about the day ahead and reviewing their lines and you're pretty open emotionally, because that's the one place you're safe. Any hair and makeup room she was in was a safe place to be."

Yoon said Wraith died Friday morning in hospital in Toronto. She was 63.

Podemski said she had battled breast cancer some time ago and recently learned it had metastasized into her liver.

Yoon, who saw Wraith in hospital last Thursday night, said the cancer had progressed in her liver "really fast."

Wraith had also been reeling from the recent sudden death of her sister Roberta Wraith, who suffered a heart attack, said Yoon and Podemski.

According to her LinkedIn profile, Wraith was born into a military family, of Irish/Ojibwa descent, and grew up in various cities in Canada.

She did the makeup and prosthetics for dozens of wide-ranging projects, many of them at the CBC, where she started working in 1975.

"Geri was very sensitive to the needs of the actors and was very collaborative with them and encouraging of them to push their boundaries, thus making very interesting and successful characters," said costume designer Alex Kavanagh, who worked with Wraith on the 2010 miniseries "The Kids in the Hall: Death Comes to Town."

In the '80s, Wraith co-created the look of all "The Kids in the Hall" characters, including Mark McKinney's the Chicken Lady and Scott Thompson's Buddy Cole.

"Not only was she a brilliant artist she was the calm centre of the show whose talent and kindness were unparalleled," Thompson tweeted Sunday.

"She was also one of my dearest friends and I miss her tremendously. I love you Geri."

CBC News Network reporter Jeannie Lee said Wraith's makeup skills were once used in a Toronto police sting operation. In a photograph that was part of the effort to catch a criminal, she made an actor appear as if he'd been shot dead.

"I think the instant connection that everyone talks about with Geri is because she lived a lot, she suffered but she learned from it," said Lee, who worked with Wraith.

"She was always very empathetic and you really got this spirituality from her, this philosophical way she had of being able to feel with you and feel for you."

Filmmaker Deepa Mehta posted on Twitter that Wraith was "sensitive, warm, adventurous and utterly compassionate."

Wraith also taught at the College of Makeup Art & Design and Podemski said she was a mentor to many, including young Indigenous women.

"I suppose because she was an Indigenous woman working in this industry, we had a lot in common from that perspective in terms of feeling somewhat isolated and not often seeing our community reflected in the industry that we worked in," Podemski said.

"But she was always working in the mainstream and I thought that was really awesome."

Lee said a memorial service is scheduled for Tuesday at Hope United Church in Toronto.

Wraith is survived by her son, Kiviuq Wraith-Akpaliapik, her sister Celia Aberhart, and her brother Michael Wraith.

Note to readers: This is a corrected story. A previous version said Scott Thompson played the Chicken Lady.

News from © The Canadian Press, 2018

The Canadian Press

 

 

~ Your Union Office

In Memoriam

We are saddened to inform the membership of the passing of Robert Forbes (Grip) on March 25, 2018.

Obituary
Published in the Toronto Star on Saturday, March 31, 2018

FORBES, Robert David On March 25, 2018 at the age of 61, Rob passed peacefully from a long term brain injury at the Rekai Centre in Toronto. Predeceased by his parents Nora and Kenneth, Rob is survived by his children Meghan (Dylan), Calder (Mike); grandchildren Jacob and Connor; his siblings Ken (Fran), Marg (George deceased), Mary (Pete), Jim (Denice). Rob played football for the Calgary Stampeders, Toronto Argonauts and had a career working in the film industry. In honour of Rob there will be a future gathering of family and friends to celebrate his life. In memory of Rob, donations can be made to the charity of your choice. Online condolences to the family can be posted to www.DignityMemorial.com .

~ Your Union Office

 

 

 

In Memoriam

 

 

We are saddened to inform the membership of the passing of Ross Leslie on March 13, 2018.

 

Ross Edward Leslie
October 23, 1959 – March 13, 2018
Obituary

It is with great sadness that the family of Ross Edward Leslie announces his sudden passing on Tuesday March 13, 2018.  Ross is predeceased by his loving parents, Cameron and Manny (Madeleine) Leslie and leaves his wife Cathy, daughter Lauren, brother Trevor (Elizabeth), sister Sharon (Scott), sister-in-law Karen, brother-in-law John (Terri) nephews Paul, Harry, Christopher, niece Kendra, in-laws Cliff and Betty, many cousins and a world of friends.

Ross was a wonderful man whose heart stretched from the city streets of Toronto to the Laurentian lakes and the cliffs of Newfoundland.

Ross was a Montrealer born and bred who lived and worked in the film and television industry in both Ontario and Newfoundland. After over 10 years in theatre, as an actor and tour manager he focused his talents in the film and television industry.  He was widely respected as a Line Producer/Production Manager on shows such as Republic of Doyle, Anne of Green Gables, Frontier, Caught, Little Dog and most recently, Star Trek Discovery. In this role he was a quick thinker with a broad view yet so good at in depth analysis.  He always worked with the lens of kindness balanced perfectly with bluntness. But this does not capture him.

Ross was a foodie, a quilter, a theatre buff, a master martini maker, a hiker, a photographer, a historian, an actor and a golfer.  He collected friends like he collected art. Ross became friends with people immediately.  He did it by inviting them over for martinis and dinner, on a hike, or simply for a coffee.  If you were to name a few of his attributes, you’d say wise, kind, thoughtful, trustworthy, romantic, hilarious, but loyal and generous would top the list. He supported everyone in big ways and small. He gave often and with grace and ease.

Ross worked hard but also knew how to live well.  He was the guy who was given the best tables in the best restaurants and sat so that he was perfectly framed, by a window or door. He was the man who had impeccable taste in impossibly pointed shoes. He was the person who every bloody year replaced the art in his rental home in St. John’s with favourite pieces from his collection of local Newfoundland artists.  He hiked with a bottle of wine, ‘truffled’ cheese and real china in his backpack. He even has a sealskin coat named “The Ross” after him.

He wasn’t just a member of the Dunany Community, he was fully engaged as a leader.  Like his mother, Manny, before him, he loved being Club Captain of the Dunany Country Club for many years.  Like his father, Cam, before him, Ross was president of the same course.  He was also a warden of St. Paul’s Church.

Most importantly, Ross was a family man, well raised by his parents who held family values high.  He spent idyllic childhood summers with them his brother, Trevor and sister, Sharon at their family cottage in Dunany. Dunany is the place that holds his heart.

Cathy and Lauren were the stars in his life.

When he talked about his daughter Lauren it was with such tremendous pride that people would get teary. Ross was many things to many people, but his biggest and most important role was as a father to Lauren. He was the quintessential ‘fun’ Dad. He loved to take her on ‘big explores’ in the woods at the cottage, loved to walk her around on the Dunany golf course before the age of 5 and demonstrated how to ‘host’ a multitude of parties. If Lauren had to choose which parent to go shopping with it, it would not be practical, thrifty Mom but extravagant Dad. He instilled in her his love for the theatre and the arts. She attended an arts school and has followed in her father’s footsteps in the film world and regularly sought his sage advice.

And when he spoke of his wife Cathy, it was with a “get a load of how good I got it” smile.  (He was right to do so, she’s the original kick-ass feminist) Married for almost 28 years, they loved to hike the trails of Newfoundland, cycle in Toronto, and enjoyed spending time at their cottage kayaking, swimming, golfing, and hosting dinner parties with family and friends. With Cathy retiring from teaching this June they were making plans to build a new home on the lake.

As one of his friends quipped, Ross was unique and stood out in a business filled with individuality.

Ross made an enormous difference in the lives he touched. That is the gift he had.

“He was a man, take him for all in all, I shall not look upon his like again.”  Hamlet

The family will receive friends at the HUMPHREY FUNERAL HOME A.W. MILES – NEWBIGGING CHAPEL, 1403 Bayview Avenue (south of Davisville Avenue) from 2:00 – 4:00 pm. and 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 22nd.  A funeral service will be held in ST. SIMEON’S ANGLICAN CHURCH, 445 Rue Principal, Lachute, Quebec at 11 o’clock on Thursday, March 29th.

If desired, in lieu of flowers please feel free to donate to the following charities that Ross held dear:

In Toronto, it’s The Actor’s Fund of Canada (afchelps.ca); in Quebec, it’s St. Paul’s Church, 1176 Dunany Road, Lachute, Quebec, J8H3W8 and in Newfoundland, Perchance Theatre at Cupids www.perchancetheatre.com.  Condolences, photographs and memories may be forwarded through www.humphreymilesnewbigging.com.

 ~ Your Union Office

 

 

In Memoriam

We are saddened to inform the membership of the passing of Terry Doyle (SPFX Member) yesterday, Monday, March 12, 2018.  Celebration of Life details are below.

~Your Union Office
 

 

In Memoriam

We are saddened to inform the membership of the passing of Victoria Hamilton (Scenic) on March 4, 2018.
The family will hold a private service and cremation.  A Celebration of Victoria's life for her friends and loved ones will take place at a later date.  More details will be provided to the Membership once they are made available.

~ Your Union Office

In Memoriam

We are saddened to inform the membership of the passing of DGC Member and also a founding IATSE 411 Member, Melody Comrie on February 28, 2018.  Melody's brother Christopher Comrie is a Payroll Accountant with the DGC.

Melody Comrie

In Memoriam Notice taken from IATSE 411 website
 www.iatse411.ca

We’ve lost a Sister, Melody Comrie.

Melody was one of our founding members of Local 411 and will be deeply missed by many…

Melody Rose Comrie died unexpectedly in her home on February 28, 2018, in Toronto, Ontario, at the age of 62. The cause of death was undiagnosed pneumonia.

Beloved daughter of Victor and Joyce Comrie (née Martin), both deceased. Melody is survived by her siblings Frank, Heather, and Christopher, and is preceded in death by her sister Evelyn.

Melody was born on June 21, 1955 in Toronto. She graduated from Gordon Graydon Memorial Secondary School and attended Guelph University.

Melody spent the majority of her career in the film and TV industry. She was an accomplished Production Coordinator and also worked in Locations as a proud member of both IATSE 411 and the Directors Guild of Canada. She spent a number of years at Telus Mobility as a Project Manager.

Melody was a generous, hilarious, and friendly soul who loved gardening, camping, animals, music, dancing, and her many nieces and nephews. She overflowed with the same wild enthusiastic energy on her last day on earth that she had the day she was born and every day in between.

A non-denominational memorial service is scheduled for Friday March 9, 2018, at 5 pm, with visitation/reception from 2 pm to 5 pm, at Giffen-Mack Funeral Home, 2570 Danforth Ave in Toronto, at Main and Danforth. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Melody’s life, and to say goodbye.

Condolences and flowers can be sent to Giffen-Mack Funeral Home, 2570 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON M4C 1L3

~ Your Union Office

 

 

 

 

 

 

This page is dedicated to I.A.T.S.E. Local 873 Members who have passed away.

Please contact Mary in Membership Services, email membershipservices@iatse873.com, if you have photos or memories you wish to share.

 

Member Name Photos Department Local 873 Initiation Date Birth Date Deceased
Kevin Alanthwaite  No Electric July 10, 1979 November 24, 1958 March 11, 2007
Jacques Alexander- Veilleux Yes Props / Set Decoration/Greens October 9, 1979 June 6, 1938 March 06, 2014
Jorge Alvarez No Craftservice November 30, 1999 October 18, 1950 June 14, 2005
Fred Anderson No Transportation January 15, 2006 December 1, 1946 April 13, 2014
Michael Anderson No Electric August 12, 1983 August 7, 1953 November 22, 2012
William Barber Yes Craftservice February 12, 1974 October 10, 1944 January 29, 2013
Kenneth Barbet No Transportation May 13, 1986 January 6, 1947 November 15, 2013
Douglas Barkley Yes Transportation November 9, 1999 September 21,1953 October 17, 2017
Dan Barrett No Hair March 12, 1985 April 30, 1957 January 24, 1992
Guenther Bartlik No Paint April 10, 1959 June 6, 1933 September 13, 1999
Bruce Bellinger No Props/Set Decoration/Greens November 30, 1999 February 25, 1952 May 2, 2014
Pat Bellingham No Transportation May 8, 1990 September 11, 1930 November 24, 1999
Donald Bennett No Props / Set Decoration/Greens July 13, 1999 October 16, 1941 October 19, 2007
Chris Biden No Props / Set Decoration/Greens October 9, 1979 September 20, 1950 October 13, 1988
Geoffrey Birkenshaw Yes Grip March 1, 2017 December 20, 1988 December 6, 2017
Elinor Bolton No Script June 10, 1969 August 11, 1938 July 8, 1991
Paul Bolton No Electric July 2, 1961 May 31, 1933 December 1, 2006
Paul Bonner No Electric October 8, 1979 February 11, 1950 October 1982
Robert Bonney Yes Construction December 11, 1990 September 2, 1952 July 1, 2011
Vito Botticella No Construction December 11, 1990 April 12, 1954 June 28, 2005
Joe Braunstein No Construction April 11, 1972 November 7, 1923 January 18, 1988
Jack Breeze Yes Electric June12, 1959 December 31, 1930 May 23, 2010
Pat Brennan No Transportation October 11, 1977 September 14, 1936 December 15, 2000
Lloyd Brown No Props / Set Decoration/Greens December 14, 1999 April 1, 1959 November 16, 2010
Ricardo Burkhardt No Transportation August 9, 1994 October 8, 1949 November 16, 2009
James Byrne No Construction July 2, 1961 May 7, 1923 October 1983
Matthew Campbell No Wardrobe November 10, 1998 January 6, 1954 October 18, 2010
Ron Bunt No Construction December 11, 1990 May 7, 1960 June 9, 2010
Brian Charboneau No Hair April 12, 1982 February 2, 1952 June 7, 1992
Matthew Cole No Grip November 9, 1999 September 27, 1974 July 20, 2003
Julie Colyer Yes Transportation November 30, 1999 January 25, 1950 September 27, 2008
Michael Comeau Yes Construction December 12, 1995 March 11, 1955 July 1, 2016
Dan Conley Yes Props/Set Decoration/Greens August 14 1979 September 25, 1946 April 9, 2015
Jim Craig No Grip September 13, 1994 April 7, 1944 December 4, 2017
Carol Davidson Yes Makeup October 8, 1963 December 25, 1935 December 29, 2007
Dennis De Sousa No Electric October 12, 1999 April 23, 1955 January 26, 2005
Dan Deger Yes Transportation November 30, 1999 March 24, 1960 July 20, 2009
Riccardo Del Mistro No Construction March 14, 1967 June 23, 1933 June 30, 2013
Dave Deyell Yes Props / Set Decoration/Greens March 13, 1959 October 28, 1931 July 3, 1989
Abe Di Cesare No Boom June 6, 1958 June 16, 1931 June 23, 2005
Graham Docherty No Wardrobe April 9, 1985 May 18, 1954 May 12, 2000
Gordon Eldridge Yes Electric December 12, 1972 February 21, 1954 June 15, 2004
John Eldridge No Electric July 2, 1961 February 8, 1931 September 1, 1974
Roy Elliston Yes Grip January 13, 1981 October 26,  1954 November 15, 2013
Albert Ezerzer No Transportation December 18, 2011 January 31, 1959 May, 9, 2014
Patrick Ezerzer No Transportation January 11, 2000 August 25, 1962 February 10, 2011
Richard Ferbrache No Props / Set Decoration/Greens December 13, 1984 July 8, 1947 December 25, 2002
Michael Firth No Transportation January 13, 1981 September 16 , 1952 September 4, 1995
Earl Fiset No Props / Set Decoration/Greens September 8 , 1977 October 16, 1924 April 30, 1984
Frank  Fletcher No Transportation Nov 30,1999 July 14, 1937 October 31, 2016
Gayle  Franklin No Wardrobe December 12, 1972 May 19, 1953 October 10, 2014
Candide Franklyn Yes Grip March 12, 1994 February 2, 1967 February 12, 2013
William Fraser Yes Electric January 15, 2006 July 13, 1959 July 19, 2006
Martin Freedman No Props / Set Decoration/Greens October 11, 1977 February 26, 1946 December 18, 2011
Lino Frutti Yes Craftservice April 10,2011 November 04,1959 May 29, 2014
Richard Gaal No Transportation November 30, 1999 March 23, 1951 August 3, 2007
Howie Galbraith No Electric May 9, 2000 July 31, 1961 October 28, 2010
Fred Gerringer No Paint July 2, 1961 July 17, 1932 November 16, 1989
Henry Goetze No Props / Set Decoration/Greens June 12, 2001 January 26, 1952 April 16, 2005
Charles Goodchild No Grip May 12, 1964 August 17, 1925 November 3, 1992
Vince Gordon Yes Electric June 12, 1984 May 18, 1935 June 23, 2016
Neil Gover Yes Electric June 12, 1979 June 5, 1951 January 4, 2007
Vicki Graef Yes Wardrobe July 13, 1999 April 23, 1950 October 15, 2008
Scott Grala No Construction April 20, 2003 Feb.26, 1962 May 26, 2017
David Greenblatt Yes Transportation October 12, 1999 May 16, 1938 August 16, 2009
Neil Grocutt No Construction September 30, 1979 October 14, 1929 May 5, 2003
John Haak No Craftservice February 9, 1999 February 21, 1943 May 3, 2002
Marcia Hackborn No Wardrobe October 14, 1980 February 18, 1935 May 14, 1997
Bill Hagan No Transportation November 13, 1979 May 4, 1949 March 22, 2005
Victoria Hamilton No Scenic October 12, 1999 April 29,1968 March 4, 2018
John Harper No Transportation June 10, 1969 September 27, 1934 April 20, 2001
Pat Harrington No Construction March 11, 1980 February 23, 1928 May 6, 1991
Michael Harris No Props / Set Decoration/Greens April 12, 1983 June 18, 1930 August 25, 2001
Steve Harrison Yes Craftservice December 14, 1999 July 10, 1951 December 28, 2015
Peter Harwood No Craftservice October 10, 1995 September 13, 1949 April 17, 2017
Peter Hayes No Transportation November 30, 1999 March 15, 1957 June 8, 2012
Raymond Heaslip No Transportation January 11, 2000 October 14, 1957 May 30, 2008
Jeff Heintzman Yes Grip October 8, 1974 December 22, 1952 February 2, 2015
James Heughan No Electric July 11, 1958 April 12, 1923 April 10, 1988
Adrian Hoffman No Hair April 13, 1971 not available March 9, 1981
Chris Howard Yes Electric April 12, 1994 March 25, 1959 February 2, 2009
Gord Hudson No SPFX May 9, 2000 January 10, 1951 October 07, 2013
Kevin C. Hughes No Craft Service December 14, 1999 November 9, 1957 December 19, 2007
Sam Hughes No Electric November 9, 1969 May 20, 1924 January 18, 1993
Stephen  Hunter No Electric October 12, 1999 May 2, 1947 June 14, 2013
Michael Hyde No Construction June 14, 1994 November 22, 1960 March 8, 2009
John Ignagni Jr. Yes Craftservice January 15, 2006 July 18, 1983 August 21, 2016
Doug Ingle No Construction December 12, 1984 May 3, 1950 August 16, 2012
Fred Ionson No Transportation March 14, 1978 October 31, 1949 May 14, 2002
Ed Jacobszcak No Construction November 10, 1961 February 20, 1928 October 30, 1991
Al Jagminas No Transportation February 9, 1999 February 28, 1950 May 05, 2016
Peter Jansons No Construction December 12, 1995 January 27, 1952 May 18, 2012
Mark J. Johnson No Craftservice February 20, 2015 April 2, 1977 February 1, 2017
Donald Jones No Script April 11, 2000 April 28, 1959 April 25, 2002
Michael K. Jones Yes Transportation November 13, 1979 February 7, 1952 April 28, 2017
Kelly Kavanagh No Makeup July 11, 2000 November 20, 1959 February 24, 2015
Michael Kavanagh No SPFX October 12, 1982 June 1, 1954 April 13, 2000
John Keenan No Construction June 14, 1964 December 9, 1949 March 9, 2010
Norm Kelner No Paint June 10, 1986 October 10, 1947 June 13, 2015
Glen Kennedy No Electric October 14, 1975 July 26, 1951 April 12, 1999
Jim Kennedy No Transportation April 10, 1973 December 10, 1946 May 29, 2010
Irene Kent Yes Makeup June 6, 1958 February 22, 1929 October 27,2015
Peter King No Paint February 11, 1975 July 15, 1942 March 28, 2001
Chris Kirby No Craftservice September 14, 1993 April 22, 1957 July 7, 1998
Clarence Kirilenko No Transportation June 9, 1987 November 3, 1938 March 23, 1990
Craig Kohne No Transportation May 9, 1978 September 23, 1922 March 19, 1992
Marcel Laporte Yes Construction December 12, 1995 January 20, 1965 April 24, 2007
Mark Leduc Yes Craftservice November 30, 1999 May 4, 1962 July 22, 2009
David Lee Yes Sound March 9, 1976 March 25, 1938 October 16, 2008
Bill Leeking No Transportation June 9, 1987 September 30, 1945 June 21, 2017
Ken Leger No Electric October 12, 1999 October 1, 1952 August 17, 2001
Steven Lennox No Electric December 13, 1994 December 3, 1957 July 12, 2003
Alan Letts Yes Construction January 11, 2000 November 20, 1964 September 23, 2009
Sean Liebrecht No Paint October 12, 1999 March 31, 1960 January 28, 2006
Mike Lotosky No Construction May 9, 1978 July 16, 1945 September 24, 2010
Jamie MacLean No Craftservice October 10, 1995 April 16, 1951 August 1, 1998
O'Tucky MacLean No Paint October 16,1999 December 03, 1948 October 13, 2015
John MacNeil No Transportation October 12, 1999 April 25, 1956 March 16, 2010
Raman Majlath No Props / Set Decoration/Greens May 13, 1986 September 2, 1932 October 26, 2005
Dan Marjanovich Yes Transportation November 13, 1979 August 12, 1955 June 19, 2005
George Markos No Transportation April 14, 1998
April 30, 1939
April 25, 2004
George Mastrogiannis Yes Craftservice October 19, 2003
October 20, 1969
October 26, 2017
Bob McGuffin Yes Transportation October 19, 2003 March 25, 1945 November 20, 2007
Ken McKenzie No Construction August 9, 1983 September 11, 1948 December 6 , 2008
William Bing McKibbin No Electric March 13, 1973 May 2, 1931 March 7, 2008
Doris McLeod Yes Wardrobe June 8 , 1971 August 12, 1924 November 17, 1992 March 7, 2008
Joel McLeod No Grip October 19, 2003 October 9, 1952 October 8, 2013
Tom McMonigle No Electric October 12 , 1999 June 14, 1954 January 8, 2016
Alan Meuse Yes SPFX November 9, 1993 May 26, 1951 April 11, 2010
Michael Miceli No Craftservice October 9, 1979 January 4, 1957 May 2, 1992
Johnny Michelucci Yes Craftservice March 5, 2016 May 28, 1981 April 13, 2017
Janice Miller No Hair June 2, 1987 April 25, 1951 October 3, 2010
Bridget Gabi Milius Link for George Brown Bursary Props / Set Decoration/Greens November 30, 1999 October 6, 1961 February 26, 2011
Stuart Mitchell No Transportation March 11, 1980 June 19, 1942 March 15, 2017
Keith Mocon Yes Scenic April  11, 2000 January 16, 1955 May 19, 2017
Tim Mogg No Makeup September 11, 1999 May 29, 1963 April 29, 2012
Vittorio Monteleone No Hair May 12, 1981 May 28, 1951 May 20, 1984
Linda Montgomerie No Hair October 1, 1985 May 16, 1949 April 21, 2013
Neil Montgomerie Yes Transportation
July 10, 1979
December 18, 1951 February 7, 2004
Hugh Montgomerie Sr. Yes Grip April 11, 1972 May 10, 1933 May 10, 2004
James Moore Yes Transportation November 30,1999 May 25, 1958 May 1,2016
Rosemarie Morgan Yes Script September 9, 1980 March 1, 1932 February 13, 2016
William Morgan No Makeup April 12, 1966 March 9, 1924 February 4, 1987
Tom Morrison Yes Transportation August 13, 1996 September 17, 1949 September 2, 2009
Ken Murray No Construction November 10, 1981 November 24, 1946 February 6, 1989
Dave Myles No Paint July 12, 1988 May 26, 1942 September 4, 2005
Zoe Nickerson No Craftservice May 9, 2000 July 22, 1974 October 10, 2007
Frank Norris No Transportation February 9, 1999 November 24, 1943 May 3, 2010
Martin O'Boyle No Craftservice May 16, 2014 July 9, 1968 July 4, 2016
Jennifer O'Halloran No Hair April 10, 1990 December 02, 1945 March 31, 2014
David Oldroyd No Transportation June 02, 2011 June 14, 1948 March 16, 2014
Tom Osmond No Transportation October 12, 1999 October 24, 1947 November 24, 2015
Michael Ostapchuk No Construction January 11, 1972 August 5, 1918 July 1984
Susan Ott Yes Craftservice August 10, 2012 January 7, 1967 August 8, 2016
Joey Panko Yes Paint January 11, 2000 August 29, 1959 March 13, 2013
Albert Paradis No Hair May 13, 1980 May 28, 1948 March 23, 1991
Dominic Parker No Props/Set Decoration/Greens November 30, 1999 September 21, 1967

September 16, 2013

 

Omero Pataracchia No Boom June 6, 1958 March 4, 1930 December 11, 2002
William Pedwell No Craftservice November 30, 1999 August 4, 1962 September 19, 2013
Greg Pelchat Yes Props/Set Decoration/Greens May 10, 1988 December 7, 1957 March 6, 2016
Dieter Penzhorn No Grip September 14, 1965 August 11, 1933 October 8, 1996
Laszlo Peter No Construction February 12, 2002 November 9, 1972 July 1, 2007
Steve Procajlo No Construction September 30, 1979 January 19, 1930 January 21, 1998
Gerald Pynn Yes Grip March 10, 1998 July 24, 1955 April 27, 2007
Michael Richard No Transportation November 13, 1984 May 4, 1940 October 13, 2004
Dave Ritchie Yes Props / Set Decoration/Greens September 14, 1993 October 29, 1950 January 25, 2007
Joan Robinson No Script May 11, 1979 August 10, 1938 December 18, 2001
Hilton Rosemarin Yes Props / Set Decoration/Greens September 11, 1979 June 16, 1952 May 9, 2011
Harry Ross Yes Transportation June 12 , 1979 March 17 , 1933 February 26, 2008
John Ross Yes Craftservice December 18, 2011 June 26,1992 April 13, 2014
Arthur Rowsell No Wardrobe April 10, 1984 November 19, 1945 October 20, 2013
Shane Rozon Yes Transporttion November 30, 1999 April 17, 1963 December 14, 2016
Norma Jean Sanders Yes PropsSet Decoration/Greens/ January 11, 2000 March 3, 1959 November 26, 2017
Kurt Schiegl No Grip November 14, 1958 January 24, 1925 July 22, 1984
Karl Schneider No Paint July 10, 1984 March 9, 1935 January 1, 2005
Werner Schlatter No Paint September 11, 1979 December 9, 1931 July 22, 2010
Bob Seidler No Construction December 11, 1990 November 3, 1944 September 25, 2004
Mark Silver No Grip January 15, 2006 August 20, 1957 September 23, 2013
John Skillman Yes Grip August 10 2012 February 9, 1958 July 7, 2014
Dorothy Smith Yes Make-Up June 14, 1983 September 6, 1939 November 17, 2005
Roger Ron Smith No Special Effects June 12, 2001 January 3, 1962 August 6, 2008
Richard Snider Yes Set Decoration/Props/Greens/ July 11, 2000 March 18,1951 January 23, 2015
Greg Sodhi No Transportation January 15, 2006 August 16, 1967 October 18, 2013
John Spurrell No Electric April 11, 1972 September 25, 1947 March 3, 1992
Steve Spurrell No Electric April 12, 1994 December 12, 1971 May 15, 2011
Andrew Star Yes Transportation August 13, 1996 February 19, 1960 September 18, 2009
Angelo Stea No Props / Set Decoration/Greens April 14, 1998 February 10, 1949 November 18, 2002
Breck Stewart No Construction December 10, 1984 February 2, 1941 August 1, 1987
Douglas Stewart No Sound November 13, 1979 September 11, 1943 July 27, 1993
Michael Stockton No Props / Set Decoration/Greens December 12, 1984 June 25, 1948 July 22, 2007
Carlos Subercaseaux Yes Construction March 8, 2012 February 24, 1959 December 2, 2013
Alf Sutton No Construction Nov. 10, 1961 May 30, 1930 May 4, 2015
Maureen Sweeney No Makeup January 11, 1972 September 15, 1944 October 24, 1996
Nick Sweetman No Transportation June 12, 1979 May 16,1950 September 23, 2000  
Igor Szczurko Yes Grip October 1, 2012 January 28, 1982 October 12, 2016
Derek Taylor No Paint March 20, 2014 July 21, 1955 October 11, 2016
Richard Taylor No Props / Set Decoration/Greens April 14, 1961 February 6, 1922 December 12, 1986
Paul Theodore No Construction November 14, 1958 August 17, 1919 March 14, 2008
Robert Theodore No Construction November 9, 1969 August 24, 1924 November 22, 2008
Ron Thiessen No SPFX Decemebr 13, 1984 March 20, 1956 June 25 , 1986
Kenneth Thomas No Props / Set Decoration/Greens April 14, 1981 June 4 , 1947 March 22, 1994
John Thurston No Electric January 11, 2000 April 17, 1958 August 20, 2001
Frank Teunissen Yes Grip August 14, 1979 December 3, 1948 August 31, 2016
David Tygesen No Props / Set Decoration/Greens April 10, 1984 April 17, 1949 March 2, 1991
Peter Urbanski No Craftservice October 10, 1995 February 7, 1944 May 5, 1997
Dave Usher No Electric November 10, 1998 October 11, 1940 March 16, 2007
Frank Wadden No Transportation March 14, 2000 September 25, 1930 May 21, 2002
David Walker No Transportation October 12, 1999 April 7, 1955 May 1, 2014
Ted Watkins No

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November 24, 2014
Craig Witthun Yes Transportation November 30, 1999 June 5, 1929 August 18, 2012
Gregg Wolfenden Yes Transportation November 30, 1999 April 27, 1949 December 25, 2004
Tim Wood No Grip September 11, 1999 June 3, 1964 May 30, 2017
William Wood No Grip July 2, 1961 August 12, 1929 October 19, 2013
James Wright No Electric October 9, 1979 June 29, 1932 August 1, 1998
Donald Young No Props / Set Decoration/Greens August 10, 2012 January 10,1949 January 30,2017
Rick Young No Electric December 14, 1971 September 4 , 1948 October 20 , 1996