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  3. Our sympathy and prayers for Pat’s “Sparks” family and friends.
  4. Sadly we retire #16089 for Pat Fazio. Our deepest condolences to Pat's family and friends https://smithfuneralhome.ca/memorial/pat-pasquale-fazio-0 Pat (Pasquale) Fazio passed away after a valiant 51 day battle with Acute Leukemia on July 11, 2020. Pat was a tough little Italian but Leukemia was a formidable foe. Pat was born in Alvito, Italy on October 23, 1945 to Pietro and Serafina Fazio. He is survived by his children Mariena (Derek) Johnson, Janet (Ruth) Fazio and son Peter. Loving Papa to Nichole Hawkins, Jessica, Travis, Ava and Noah Fazio and Great Granddaughter Ellie. His step son Jonathon is his biggest fan and buddy. Also survived by Brother Tony Fazio and Sister Anna Ferrera of Sarnia and Sister Gina Martini (Noele) of France. His oldest brother Mario of Italy predeceased him. Pat has left behind to mourn the love of his life and rock, Norma Lynn Downie. Pat and Norma Lynn are both proud Canadians and wished to attest their love for one another by marrying on July 1st. Sadly that wasn’t possible. Pat came to Canada in 1963 at the age of 17 with $27 in his pocket and not speaking a word of English. He began his trade of building quality homes and went on to develop and build complete subdivisions. His company Marjan Homes Inc. was the builder of the Bluewater Health Foundation Dream Home in 2012. He was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Sarnia Lambton Home Builders Association in 2018. He held every role of office in the SLHBA. Pat had a reputation of never asking the price and always paying his bills. Pat was passionate about the Toronto Maple Leafs and was sure that this was the year he would see them win the Stanley Cup again. He also loved golf and his Harley Davidson. He was a member of Chapter 016 of the Canadian Motorcycle Cruisers. Pat became a world traveler with Norma Lynn. They also crossed Canada in their motorhome and golfed in every province except Newfoundland in just 9 months last year. In lieu of flowers please consider a donation in Pat’s memory to the St Vincent De Paul or Canadian Blood Services or the charity of one’s choice (cheques only at the funeral home please). Arrangements entrusted to SMITH FUNERAL HOME, 1576 London Line, Sarnia
  5. 1422 David

    Road Star Riders?

    Beautiful bike I have #138
  6. Maurice sounds like that special person that will ride with everyone in their memories and be thought of on rides that they know that he would have loved to be riding with them. Someone with lots of friends both riding and in photography. My sympathies in the loss of someone so special Irma
  7. Thanks for posting this and taking care of the administration part, Irma. Moe will be missed sorely by many in the larger motorcycle community and arts community, as he was a great photographer as well. Scotty
  8. Sadly we retire #56005 for Maurice Woodworth who left us July 3rd. Our deepest condolences to his family and friends. -Irma posted in the 056 forum page https://www.cmcnational.ca/forums/topic/43082-a-heavy-heart-moew/?tab=comments#comment-207532
  9. Zoomie

    Wednesday evening ride-going south

    Meet at Northfield Esso for 5:30 and KSU at 6:00. Going to Cedar, Yellowpoint and Ladysmith
  10. Sadly we retire #16044 for Darcy Krauza. Our deepest sympathies to his wife Sheila, their family and friends. Copied from 1st Officer Den.. Darcy passed away while riding his motorcycle yesterday (May 16th) in St Thomas. An oncoming vehicle crossed over the line into his lane. He was the nicest man ever. Not only was he a chapter member but he was also making facemasks to help protect those in the community. Stopped by his house on Friday to pick up buttons he had for our group to make caps. We had a distanced conversation and he wanted to make t shirts for our Face Mask Facebook Group to remember the pandemic by. He was a great person and a great friend. Condolences to his wife Sheila and their family members. Ride on "CHILL." It is with heavy hearts that we have to announce that Darcy Eugene Krauza was tragically taken away from us after a motor vehicle accident on May 16th, 2020. Predeceased by his loving mother Ruth Tobea Krauza. Survived by his loving father Gus Krauza, his sisters Darlene Lee (Darrel), Linda Nadeau (Charles), Karen Mackay (Kevin), Julie Crowell (David) and Brenda Patchell (Bruce), and his many nieces and nephews. He was the eternal soulmate of Shelia Krauza, adoring father of Marianne Jefferson (Nathan) and Christopher Krauza (Tracey). He was an amazing grandfather to Elijah Jefferson (his little buddy, and apple of his eye). Beloved son-in-law to Joann Reichwald. Best friend of Thomas Taylor (Pat) (his supervisor on the job). A great friend and partner-in-crime to Deb Coon. He was like a father to many of his children’s friends and loved them all like his own. In his final moments he was a guardian angel to Riley Elliot whom he loved like a niece. Darcy was avid motorcycle enthusiast for 40+ years, he was a member of the Lake Huron Steel Horse Riders as well as the Canadian Motorcycle Cruisers Chapter 016. He was also a retired member of the Millwright Union Local 1592, as well as a jack-of-all-trades (except plumbing). He was a volunteer little league baseball coach who always took his team for ice cream as long as everyone had fun. He was also a volunteer firefighter for many years in Courtright and he was an avid animal lover, always rescuing animals - from deer and bunnies, to cats and dogs. Darcy was always the life of the party, with his larger than life personality he electrified the room when he walked in. You could always find him in the crowd with his booming and contagious laugh. He spent his retirement with his best friend Thomas and his son-in-law Nathan doing renovations and various projects around the house. During his down time, he was making and donating face masks to the community during this Covid 19 pandemic. He touched countless lives all across Canada and the US. He had no strangers just a friend he had yet to meet. He had a heart of gold that was bigger than himself, he would always help those in need. The world is a little darker without him in it, he was truly a great man. Cremation has taken place. In true Darcy fashion, there will be a memorial ride set up by Chris Krauza once this Covid 19 pandemic is over, followed by a celebration of life in Courtright. He will be greatly missed but never forgotten. In lieu of flowers, any donations can be made to a trust fund that will be set up for his grandson’s education.
  11. Zoomie

    Monday Long Weekend Ride

    Looks like Sunday will be another wet one . How about Monday ? Meet at Northfield Esso 10am, KSU 10:30 head south to Youbo, Lake Cowichan area. Bring a lunch and we will find a place to park for a break.
  12. Our apologies for the lateness of this post as Dave passed away last July. We wish to express our deepest condolences to Lorna and their family and friends in their loss. GREGORY, David Paul, aged 65 of Brantford Ontario died unexpectedly on July 5th 2019.Dave is survived by his wife Lorna (nee McDonald); his children Sandy (James) DeVries, Tabitha Gregory, David (Ashley) Gregory, Jessie (Candy) Gregory and Donald (Ashley) Gregory; 15 grandchildren; one great grandson; brother Kirk (Joan) Gregory, sister Cindy (Dean) Walker and many nieces and nephews.Dave was a people person and loved to help just about anyone. He loved sports and played, coached and supported teams through his entire life. Dave was a past President and member of Harlequins Rugby Club; supported Brant Figure Skating club when his kids were young; coached various sports teams including hockey, sledge hockey and baseball.Dave is pre-deceased by his brother Gary; his parents Tom and Muriel Gregory; his in-laws Don and Dolly (Jessie) McDonald; and his grandson Damien.Cremation has occurred. The family will greet friends and family at a celebration of life for Dave on Saturday August 3rd, 2019 from 2-8 pm at 12826 Lakeshore Rd, Wainfleet.In lieu of flowers, donations to one of the following would be appreciated: Canadian Women's Sledge hockey https://www.canadianwomensledgehockey.com/ , Canadian Cancer Society, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada or Diabetes Canada.
  13. Zoomie

    Swap Meet and BBQ

    2341 East Wellington Rd. Nanaimo BC V9R6V7 Robin has volunteered to share his home to host a swap meet and bbq. Anyone wishing to sell some of their gear are welcome to display their products on a table. You will be responsible for setting up and selling your stuff and we will be charging $10 per table. Those funds will go into our CMC Fund. We will have hotdogs and pop by donation. Hours will be from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. If you are out on a ride for that day, swing by for a burger and have a quick visit. Watch the forecast. If it is raining, the event will be cancelled. Zoomie
  14. Tony will be missed in the 028 family... very sad day.
  15. Sadly we retire #280182 for Tony Augustine. Our deepest condolences to Tony's family and friends. It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Tony Augustine, on Sunday, December 1st, 2019, at the age of 44. Tony will be missed every day by his loving parents, Joe and Alice; his brother, Andrew (Tomoko); and his nephews, Alex, Nicky and Max. Sadly missed by his many relatives and friends. Visitation will be held on Monday from 4:00 ~ 7:00 p.m. at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at ST. PETER'S CATHEDRAL BASILICA, 196 Dufferin Avenue, London on Tuesday, December 10, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. For information and online condolences, please visit www.westviewfuneralchapel.com
  16. Lucky Mission

    off season

    I wishes you a good off season time and see you all in the Spring. the riding season will start in April 2020
  17. Way to go CMC023!! Fantastic!! -Irma
  18. Playya

    046 Annual Christmas Party

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    "It's The Most Wonderful Time of The Year" according to Andy Williams and 046 Kitchener/Waterloo. Please join us for a festive ending to an awesome riding season at the Annual 046 Christmas Party. Tickets are $25.00/person and will only be available until November 16.Location is KW Granite Club 99 Seagram Drive WaterlooThis year we will be doing a secret santa. Bring a unisex gift valued no more than $20.00. Participation is not required but I do need to know if you plan on participating when you purchase your ticket.Tickets will be available at the Tuesday Meet & Greets or you can PM me to E-transfer your money.
  19. Playya

    046 Ride to Sparta

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    Mark your calendars for Sunday September 15 as we ride to Sparta!! Weather permitting we will meet at the Teppermann's Furniture parking lot at the round-a-bout at Fischer-Hallman and Huron Rd for 10:00 with KSU at 10:30. This will be a picnic lunch and we should be back in town around 5:30ish.Please reply if you plan on attending as this ride gets big and arrangements need to be made in advance.See you there!!
  20. Let's celebrate the wedding of Harvey & Shirley Saturday August 31. Come dressed in your best pair of jeans and CMC vest for the uniting of two great people. No gifts have been requested, only well wishes. The wedding starts at 2:15 at the Mill Race Park located at 36 Water St N Cambridge and will go until 3:30. We will meet at the University/Bridge Timmies at 11:00 with KSU around 11:30. We will be riding in with the 073 clan and want to arrive as a large group. Please post if you plan on attending.
  21. Playya

    Ride to Winona Peach Festival

    I will be leading a ride Sunday Aug 25 to the Winona Peach Festival. Meet at the Tepermans Furniture parking lot at 9:00 with KSU AT 9:30. We should arrive back home around 6:00. Please post if you plan on attending. Thanks and see you there!!
  22. Playya

    046 M&G @ The Crazy Canuck

    M&G 6:00-8:00 at The Crazy Canuck across from the St Jacob's Farmers Market. We head for icecream (weather permitting) at 7:30
  23. Lucky Mission

    USA Whatcom lake and camano island

    We ride to the USA so bring your passport. We will leave at 9am. We will ride around Whatcom lake and then around Camano Island and return home it's about 325km so count 5 hours for the ride plus lunch time and the border crossing time.
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