ARMSTRONG, John Alan June 21, 1931 February 26, 2014 It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of John Armstrong on Wednesday, February 26, 2014 at the South Health Campus, surrounded by his wife of thirty three years, his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. John is lovingly remembered by his wife, Selma Halladay, his children, Diana (Daniel) Jones, Barb Ross (Bob Elliston), Shelley Nicklom, John (Tracy) Armstrong, his grandchildren, Jennifer, Sarah, Dayna, Joshua, Caitlin, Brittney, Tauni, Joey, Shayla, Brendan, Oakley, Emma and great grandchildren, Caleb, Cole, Blaine, Jaina, Cade, Alli, Dani, and Easton. He is survived by his sister, Betty McRorie of Avonlea, Sask and life long partner and friend Alice Nicholl.
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I leave you to imagine her rounding up the participants, arranging a vehicle, snacks, a song list for the journey to the burg not far from here, on the banks of the mighty Sturgeon.Buckmaster’s first gig out of theatre school, Grant MacEwan, was in the 2001 Lemoine screwball On The Banks of the Nut. Her character was a resourceful temp who accompanies “the federal talent agent for Wisconsin” on a quest to find a citizen of rare talent. Other sparky heroines followed, including the cheerful meddler who creates an espionage crisis involving three identical attach cases merely by tossing off the lie that her name is Vidalia, in the 2002 screwball of that name.
“If it happens, it happens, but for now I’m just focusing on Usyk, focusing on the southpaw, and training for that guy.”AJ has got to fight (Kubrat) Pulev. We’ve all got different paths right now but we never know what’s going to happen.”Dereck Chisora at a press conference to promote his fight with Oleksandr Usyk (Getty)In between training sessions, Chisora has kept himself busy in lockdown by selling personalised face masks, raising money for the Royal Free Charity which is supporting hospitals in north London during the coronavirus pandemic.But he is also finding time to indulge his passion for barbecuing, while watching ‘The Last Dance’ documentary series about basketball great Michael Jordan on Netflix.”Just to see how he trained every day and never took a day off, pushing himself, you think: ‘Wow’,” Chisora said. “That’s how you do it.