|Updated: November 24, 2017|
Our FMLA Notices section is for Four Mile Lake cottagers, members and residents to communicate announcments such as births, deaths, and other historical events that are of interest to our residents.
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Gordon - 2 Nov 2017 - Gordon, John Arthur On Thursday, November
2, 2017 at Ross Memorial Hospital in Lindsay, John Gordon of Four Mile
Lake and formerly of Burlington passed away in his 71st year. Beloved
husband of Jerri Frappier, dear father of Kate and her husband Anthony
LoPresti, Craig Gordon and his wife Jean Ross, Adam Gordon and Oliver
Rymek and Cheryl Broom. Loving grandpa of Evelyn, Nicholas, Bowie and
Caleb. John is sadly missed by his sister Joan and her husband George
Graham and their sons Robb, Kevin and Jamie. John was the quintessential
sportsman starting in high school as Quarterback at Malvern Collegiate
and then with a distinguished career at the University of Toronto on the
Varsity Blues Football and Hockey teams. His career in insurance spanned
over three decades with London Life before he established his own
financial services company. Known as “JG” or “the Old Boy”, he loved
nothing more than spending a Saturday with his friends on the golf
course or fishing. Family was central to him and he could of .
Brian Causton 1948-2017 - Brian Causton, long-time FML resident and former FMLA President died early this morning at Ross Memorial in Lindsay after a lengthy illness.
Brian was well-known to many on the lake for his significant contributions toward making FMLA better place for all. One of the founding members of the FMLA some 40+ years ago, he was always involved in one way or another with lake activities, even when not formally on the Board. His knowledge of the lake history was an invaluable asset to guiding the many FMLA Directors and Boards over the years.
Brian’s family roots to the lake go back all the way to the mid 1920s, when his grandfather first purchased the property on Birch Glen Drive that has been home to the Causton family ever since.
He will greatly missed by his family, friends and neighbours as well as the countless people he helped over the years. Our lake is a better place for having known him.
[Posted by Rob Sylvester, 23Sept2017]
Passing - Norm Hunt, a 60 year resident of FML, passed away, in his home on Holy Bay Drive April 24/2017. Norm, son of the late Edna Hunt, of FML., brother to the late Irene and Bob Osborne of FML uncle to Ron, Jim and Dave Osborne. Norm was in his 86th year and will be remembered affectionately by his friends and family. [Posted by Jim Osborne, 1May2017]
Do you have a child with ASD? - Or a child who is looking for social time with other kids? Are you looking for social opportunities for your child this summer? Do you want to have a little social time for your child without attending a full day camp? Some ideas for things we could do on the lake - Swimming Hiking Arts and crafts Going to the park Water sports/other sports Fishing
Perhaps the moms (or Dads) could get together to create some social opportunities for our children. We could plan some activities on the lake or maybe even some outings. We could keep this to a reasonable amount of time so that the kids do not get overwhelmed. My idea would be to get together twice a week. If there are enough people interested perhaps we could plan different activities at different cottages.
If you are interested in participating please contact Shelly at email@example.com [posted by Shelly Wedge 3June2017]
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