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Jasmine Sheffield (Lowe) was bestowed the honor of being the "Silver Cross Lady" for the November 11, 2011 Remembrance Day Ceremony in Collingwood, ON.

The "Silver Cross Mother" has traditionally been a mother of a fallen soldier but the Royal Canadian Legion in Collingwood now selects the wife of a veteran to lay a wreath at the Cenotaph.

On November 5th, Jasmine and her escort (son Vincent), sat at the head table during the Remembrance Day dinner at the Legion and she delivered a short speech which made the family very proud. Several of Jasmine's other children were in attendance at the dinner and the wreath laying.

jasmine lowe sheffield

noah trent sheffield

frank ryerson alumni award

monique maree sheffield

norman davis

In Loving Memory of Bryon Sheffield
July 21, 2010

Bryon Sheffield passed away peacefully on Wednesday, July 21, 2010 at the Collingwood General & Marine Hospital in his 66th year. Beloved husband of Theresa, loving father of Marina (Greg) Lynn and Neil Sheffield, cherished grandfather of Isaiah, Bryon will be missed by his sister and brother in laws, several nieces and nephews from Trinidad, Florida, Mississauga and British Columbia. He also has several relatives in Collingwood, where he lived all of his life.

Bryon retired in July, 2009 from the OPP detachment in Collingwood.

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Bryon Sheffield
1944 - 2010

Sara Parkes and Darcy Knoll
Married in Toronto on June 5th, 2010

Sara is the daughter of Lorraine Sheffield and Clive Parkes. Darcy is the son of Ken and Jackie Knoll of Walkerton, Ontario. Sara and Darcy honeymooned for 3 weeks in Greece and Turkey and have settled in to their new life together in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Congratulations Sara & Darcy. It was a glorious day for all of us who attended.

sara & darcy wedding photo
Sara & Darcy
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jack stephen davis

Herb Wilson Jr. Retires on September 30, 2009

At his retirement party on October 1, 2009, Herb Wilson said that he was going to spend his time hunting and fishing because he no longer had to book holidays to do so.

On October 8, 2009, Herb put his money where his mouth is when he tagged a cow moose, estimated at close to 900 LBs. This was after a mere 2 hours in his tree stand on the first day of the hunt near Timmins Ontario.

The Ontario Provincial Police detachment in Wasaga Beach, Ontario is minus one good man and Sherry will finally get some of those chores done around the house.  Ya right.

Congratulations Herb on your well deserved "vacation".

herb wilson 900 LB moose
Herb Wilson 900 LB Moose
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It's been a big year for Reg & Julia Sheffield. They blessed us with a great wedding in October 2008 and on September 10, 2009, they blessed us with the joy of a new life. 6 LB - 9 OZ Emma Claire Sheffield is a very healthy baby girl who knows how to let the world know when she's hungry.

Both beaming Grandmas and Grandpa Turner also survived the ordeal and are doing just fine.

Congratulations Reg and Julia.

Emma Claire Sheffield
Emma Claire Sheffield - September 10, 2009

July 26, 2009 - Bryon Sheffield's Special Day

July 26, 2009 was a very special day for Bryon Sheffield of Collingwood. Not only was it his 65th birthday, he also put in his last shift at work at the Ontario Provincial Police detachment in Collingwood. On Saturday, the detachment threw a little party at which Bryon and his wife of 45 years, Theresa, were given matching watches. On Sunday evening, Theresa hosted a little surprise party for Bryon at their house.

By the sounds of his emails, Bryon has really been looking forward to this and we wish him and Theresa all the best during the next phase of their lives.

Congratulations on both milestones Bryon from all of us!!!

Bryon & Theresa
Happy Birthday & Happy Retirement!!!


Here's our latest addition! Proud parents - Doreen Davis & Paul Pope are pleased to announce the arrival of Nolan Davis Pope. Born Nov 3, 2008 12;42 PM, 8 lbs 7.5 oz. Mom, dad & big brother Nathaniel are doing well!

Nolan Davis Pope
Nolan Davis Pope - November 3, 2008

October 25th, 2008 was a day of celebration in Collingwood for the Sheffield family as Reginald (Reggie) Sheffield and Julia Turner became husband and wife on the eve of Reg & his twin brother Ray's 38th birthday.

Since Ray brought his new Australian family home for the event and were also here for Thanksgiving, it made October one great month for the entire family, especially Grandma, who was beaming with pride for the entire month.

Reg and Julia have purchased a home in Collingwood and we wish them well during the next phase of their life together.

Oct 25, 2008 - Sheffield - Turner Wedding

Reg & Julia
Reg And The New Mrs. Sheffield

After meeting Julia's family, it has become very evident why Julia turned out to be such a lovely person.


May 4, 2008 - Welcome to this world
Nathaniel Arthur Sheffield

Hey all, these are just some pictures of our new addition to the Sheffield family that I snapped on my phone.

Nate was born at 11:38pm on the 4th of May. He was 9 1/2 lbs and 55 centimetres long. Both Belinda and Nate came home on Tuesday and are doing well.

Take care everyone and I'll be in touch.


There's more pictures in our photo gallery...
Nathaniel Arthur Sheffield & Dad
Nathaniel Arthur Sheffield
May 4, 2008

Howard Norman Sheffield
Howard Norman Sheffield
Jul 19, 1926 - Feb 9, 2008

Feb 9, 2008 - Howard Norman Sheffield Passes On

Peacefully , at home in Collingwood, on Saturday February 9th, 2008, at the age of 81. Beloved son of the late Wilfred and Ildia.

Lovingly remembered by his brother Wilfred Jr., sister Yvonne and the late Bernice, Edward and Frank and many nieces and nephews.

Howard was a very accomplished ice hockey player in his youth, an historian and a man who loved his God and church.  He was a mainstay in the Heritage Community Church Choir for many years.

"Uncle Howie" and his stories will be dearly missed.

Click here for news article...

Ray & Belinda
Signed, Sealed, Delivered

Nov 17, 2007 - Sheffield - Callaway Wedding

On November 17 in Newcastle, Australia, Raymond Sheffield and Belinda Callaway tied the matrimonial knot. Although none of us from Canada were able to attend, we created a video containing various clips of Raymond growing up and of our family wishing them well. It was played at the wedding reception.

Raymond has stepped into a ready-made family as Belinda already has a son named Isaiah. There is an album of wedding pictures in the photo gallery on this web site.

Anthony & Joy Celebrate Hope - July 16, 2007 - Hong Kong

Hope Davis:
Wow! First of all Joy and Hope are doing amazing. Joy was awesome, as she went all natural all the way!!!, bringing Hope into the world as babies were meant to be brought into the world (except for the screaming Chinese midwives at bed side. haha). This was the most amazing thing I have ever experienced, and can not be more proud of the two most precious people in my life.

Ok here are the stats...

Hope Jennifer Lyn Davis
July 16, 11:47 pm Hong Kong Time (11:47am Toronto Time!)
2.785 KG (6.14 pounds)

Details and lots more photos here on the Anthony, Joy & Hope Web site

A.D. , J.D., & H.D.

Ray Sheffield - Newcastle Northstars
Australian National Ice Hockey Champs Again
September 2-3, 2006 (from

September 3, 2006

The Newcastle North Stars have defeated the Adelaide Avalanche 4-0 in the 2006 AIHL Finals, winning the Goodall Cup for the 2nd consecutive year.

The North Stars, who defeated the Melbourne Ice 6-1 last night, kept up the great defense and shut out the home favourites, goalie Matt Ezzy stingy in not allowing a single puck by him during the game.

The Avalanche made the finals with a 5-2 defeat of hot-running Western Sydney Ice Dogs, advancing to the final and effecting a rematch from last year's final in Newcastle's home rink.

Defensemen Trevor Sherban, retiring both an Australian and Italian national champion, scored the initial and ultimately the winning goal late in the 2nd period, along with further goals to Ray Sheffield, and Gary Zinck. Matt Ezzy turned away 23 shots, while Avalanche goalie Nigel Ward saved 21 from 25.

The North Stars were presented with the 96 year old Goodall Cup, the ultimate prize in Australian Ice Hockey. The North Stars will return to Newcastle on Monday, with several players leaving immediately to return to their teams in Europe and Canada.

September 2, 2006

The Newcastle North Stars have run away with their semi final tonight at the Adelaide Ice Arena in the first semi final of the 2006 tournament, scoring two unanswered goals in the first period.

The Ice hit back with a quick goal in the first few seconds of the 2nd period, but were unable to penetrate the North Stars defense for most of the game. The North Stars buried the puck with ease on the powerplay, scoring 6 times from 8 penalties on the Ice. Marcel Kars scored 3 of the North Stars goals with an assist, but it was Nova Scotia defenseman Gary Zinc who top scored with a healthy 5 assists.

Captain Ray Sheffield played his typical big finals game, scoring two goals for the North Stars and leading his team in work ethic and hits. Ryan Crane and Sean Specer gave top scorer Kars plenty of room with lots of skating and hits. In the later game, the Adelaide Avalanche rode a wave of 2nd period luck to kick on in the third period and put away the form team, the Western Sydney Ice Dogs. Although the Ice Dogs had the majority of possession and control of the game, the Avalanche scored 3 lucky goals in a row with pucks going in off the crossbar or opposition players.

The Avalanche scored again in the third period to put the Ice Dogs under great pressure, and put the puck in an empty net to shut the gate on the ice Dogs season.

Tomorrow night's final between Adelaide and Newcastle will be a rematch from last season. In 2005 the North Stars defeated the Avalanche 3-1 at home, something the Avalanche and their fans would love to see reversed now they are playing in their home rink.

Another Birth Announcement - July 30, 2006

Ava Sheffield:

Anthony Davis & Joy Ruetas Tie The Knot - July 29, 2006
Anthony & Joy:
Happiness and joy filled the air in Brampton July 29th, 2006 with the marriage of Anthony Davis and Joy Ruetas.

The wedding took place in Brampton and the reception in Mississauga. The bride was truly beautiful and Joy, Anthony and their new in-laws were overjoyed with turn of events.

Shortly after the wedding, the newlyweds jetted off to Asia for their new teaching assignments.

We wish them all the best in their new adventures and will be thinking of them while they are so far away.

James Hans Wulckow Passes Away in Richmond Hill, January 4, 2006

On January 4, 2006, 21 days before his 74th birthday, J. Hans Wulckow passed away in Richmond Hill, Ontario after a lengthy illness. Born in Berlin, West Germany, Hans came to Canada in the mid 50's, worked hard and established himself as a well known and respected electrician. His wife, Violet Wulckow (Lowe), who stayed by his side and cared for him until the end, and the rest of us who knew and loved him, will miss him dearly. Hans had $25 in his pocket when he came to Canada and was truly a self-made man.

Ray Sheffield - Newcastle Northstars
Australian National Ice Hockey Champs Again
September 6, 2005

Hey all, just wanted to let everyone know that we won the Australian title back this past weekend. The games took place here in Newcastle. The first semi final was between Adelaide who finished in first place and Sydney who finished in forth, Adelaide won 6 -3. We played in the second semi against West Sydney, we finished second they finished third and we won that game 5 - 2. The final game was played on sunday and we beat adelaide 3 -1. Steve Mckenna on Adelaide is 6 foot 8 and plays for the Pittsburg Penguins. It's now Tuesday and my head is still sore.

Take care all.


Another Birth Announcement - May 8, 2005

Sara Davis:

Konnor Bois McLennan - Feb, 17, 2005

Konnor McLennan:

January 2, 2005 - Monique Reid Berryhill Leaves Us

It is with a very heavy heart that we must say goodbye to Monique Reid Berryhill who left this world after battling a very lengthy illness. Monique was a mother of two, wife to Fred, daughter, sister and loved by many. Please click on the link below to read about Monique and her very impressive live.


There are also several pictures of Monique throughout this web site.

Monique Reid Berryhill - June 2, 1956 - January 2, 2005

November 5, 2004 - Rodney Trent Passes Away Suddenly

Rodney Trent of Baltimore, Maryland, son of the late Iris Trent(Lowe) & the late Lester Trent Sr., passed away suddenly in his home on November 5, 2004. Rodney was married a mere 13 months ago and was just starting out his new life with his bride Donelly and her son AJ. Mr. Personality, to say the least, will be greatly missed by us all.

There are pictures of Rodney further down this page in his wedding announcement and in the Lowe Christmas party photos from 1998, 1999 & 2000 and from the picnic in 2000. He was 39 years old.

Rodney Clifford Trent - July 10, 1965 - November 5, 2004

July 29, 2004 - News from Monique Berryhill

Hey Frank,

Thank you for your diligence in keeping us all abreast of family happenings. I live for your e-mails. It's the only way that I get to know what's going on (that is besides my Mom's newsflashes).

Thank you for your efforts, they are much appreciated. I'm gonna print your email out for Mom( It's sometimes the only way Mom gets hers and let her know about the folks in Glace Bay)

By the way, Fred received his Masters in Elementary Education from C.W. Post University here in New York in May 2004. Please post this. I'm so proud of him! He worked really hard and he only received one B on all of his classes. The rest were all A's! He's "kickin' back" this summer playing golf alot. (Smile) He deserves it.

I'm sorry I missed the picnic this year. I miss you guys!


CONGRATULATIONS FRED!!!, from all of us.

Bring your clubs next time you come up to Canada. We love that U.S. $$$

Art & Millie:
Art and Millie Lowe

June 12, 2004 - Golden Couple Celebrate 50 Years of Marriage

We would all like to congratulate Art and Millie Lowe for celebrating 50 years of marriage on June 12, 2004. What more can be said about this couple that we all love so much? The dedicated support they have offered to their family, friends and neighbours over the years will never be forgotten and is appreciated by us all more than we can possibly say. People like Art and Millie are the nuts and bolts that hold our family together.

For a larger version of this photo, check out the:
Lowe Picnic 2004 page.

Norm Davis Jr.:
Norman Joseph Davis
Jun. 3, 1943 - Dec. 23, 2003

Dec. 23, 2003 - Norman Joseph Davis Suddenly Passes

Norman Davis Jr., of Toronto, Ontario passed away suddenly in his home on December 23, 2003. Norm was loved by us all and his sense of humour will be missed very much by the entire family, especially at the family picnics and Christmas parties.

Norm was an avid golfer and his life long friends and golf buddies are also going to miss him very much.

Norm's pride and joy were his daughter Doreen and his 2 year old grandson, Nathanial.

News from Rodney Trent - October 1, 2003
Hello my lovely cousins, aunts and uncles! I'm shooting you all this note to advise you that as of 10:29am this morning I surrendered to arms of holy matrimony. Yeah, I know who'd of thunk it!

My new bride's name is Donelly Tobiere (well now Trent), and she's originally from the lovely Island of St. Lucia. We had very small ceremony at the county court house, and plan to hold a large reception in Maryland sometime in early March 2004. I hope you can all bless us with your presence!

Take good care, and we'll be in touch!


Rodney & Donelly:
Rodney & Donelly at Their Reception (Spring 2004)

Ray Sheffield is a National Champion - In Australia!!!
Sunday, September 7, 2003

Ray Accepting Trophy:
Team Captain "Super Ray"
Accepts the Cup
We win!! This weekend the Newcastle North Stars played our Semi Final and Grand Final games in Sydney. The first Semi Final Saturday afternoon was between West Sydney Ice Dogs and the Adelaide Avalanche with the Ice dogs winning that game 4-1. We played the second Semi against the Sydney Bears and came out on top 7-4. This set up the final game between us and the Ice Dogs on Sunday. We hadn't lost to these guys all year but they are a bigger team than us and we figured they would try to beat the crap out of us and they did. I scored the opening goal about 10 mins into the game and we had a 1-0 lead after the first. We started the second on fire with 2 quick goals before they came back with one to give us a 3-1 lead at the end of the second. We were the only team to score in the third to give us a 4-1 win and we are now the the Australian National Champions. Never thought I would be the champion of a country. Cool eh? Finished with 1 goal and 2 assists in the final.
Newcastle Northstars 2003 AIHL Champions

The Newcastle Northstars defeated the West Sydney Ice Dogs 4-1 in the AIHL Grand Final. Semi final results were: West Sydney Ice Dogs 4, Adelaide Avalanche 1, Newcastle Northstars 7, Sydney Bears 4.

Gold Medal Game - Newcastle Northstars v West Sydney Ice Dogs

A capacity crowd of 800 complete with cheerleaders, painted faces and various drums added to the electric atmosphere and an expectation of one of the best final games ever. The underrated West Sydney Ice Dogs had a score to settle with the import laden Northstars coached by newly acquired Head Coach, Robert Barnes. This match was going to be a close checking game and FAST!

The Stars struck first on a power play goal at the 11:52 mark when Dogs #3 (Anthony Wilson) was sent off for slashing. Stars #26 (Daryl Bat) and #10 (Pavel Shtefan) combined to feed Stars Captain #19 (Ray Sheffield) who slapped it upstairs over a sprawling #1 (Allan Becken) for the stars first goal. Despite the Dogs having four penalties to the Stars two, the rest of the period remained scoreless with goaltenders Stars #31 (Trevor Battaglia) and Dogs #1 (Allan Becken) turning in stellar performances. End of the first 1- 0 Stars.

At 14:04 of the 2nd, Stars #26 (Daryl Bat) received a pass from #19 (Ray Sheffield) and # 14 (Greg McInnes) to take the Dogs in front 2 - 0. Less than a minute later, the Stars struck again when #19 (Ray Sheffield) and #10 (Pavel Shtefan) setting up #14 (Greg McInnes) for the Stars 3rd goal. At 12:24, Stars #23 (Rick West) drew a two minute minor for High Sticking. The Dogs capitalised with a power play goal from #9 (Martin Jesko) assisted by #3 (Anthony Wilson) and #8 (Jason Haakstad).

The final and 3rd period saw both teams playing fast and discipline hockey. The Stars struck again at the 08:10 mark when #9 (Rob Duchemin) fed #7 (Jake Ludvig) who scored on a missed poke-check by Dogs goaltender #1 (Allan Becken) for the Stars 4th and final goal. The Dogs pressed hard but were unable to prevent the Stars from flowing out of their end with speed and skill. With four minutes remaining an unfortunate incident saw Dogs #3 (Anthony Wilson) hit the boards and suffering a concussion and separated shoulder. The game was delayed for several minutes whilst medics attended to Wilson. On the return, the Dogs gave it their best to level the score and take the game into overtime.

Final score: 4 - 1 Northstars

Shots on Goal:

Northstars #31 Trevor Battaglia 34 for 1 goal
Ice Dogs # 1 Allan Becken 35 for 4 goals

August 30, 2003 - Harold Hatcher leaves us at 71

Harold Hatcher of Georgetown, Ontario passed away quietly on Labour Day weekend, 2003. He was the loving grandfather of Richard & Daniel Sheffield and two other grandchildren. The Sheffield & Lowe families send their prayers to all who will miss him greatly, especially his wife of 50 years, Julie, and his three daughters, Donna, Brenda and Valerie. "Grampy" who was born in North Sydney N.S. on May 27, 1932, and moved to Georgetown in 1970, will be especially missed by all of his grandchildren who loved him very much.

Another Birth Announcement - April 4, 2003

Kobe Damon Sheffield: The Sheffield family has grown again. On April 4, 2003, Leonard Sheffield and his wife Sheryl Sheffield (Luxton) became parents for the second time. Their first son, Quinn, is overjoyed with the news of the arrival of his new brother and playmate. Kobe Damon Sheffield weighed in at 6 lbs 7 oz and both he and mom are doing fine. Grandmother, Jasmine Sheffield (Lowe), is also quite ecstatic with her 6th grandchild.

April 3, 2003 - Jimmy Cooper Passes Away at 92

The Sheffield family would like to express their deepest sympathy to the friends and family of James Joseph Alexander (Jimmy) Cooper, who died on April 3, 2003. Jimmy was born on February 8, 1911 and will always be remembered for his farm at the corner of 6th and High Streets in Collingwood and the big black bulls he used to keep in that field. We know he will be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him.

More happy news from a proud Gandpa, Doug Davis - Sunday Feb 23, 2003
I am very happy to announce the arrival of the newest member of the Davis family. Cailey Ann was born to Ben and Jackie February 20th 2003. Cailey Ann was 7lbs 9oz. Both mother and child are doing well.

PS: They currently reside in Germany, so that makes Cailey Ann a German born Davis.


Cailey Ann Davis:

News from Marina Lynn (Sheffield) in Victoria B.C. - Feb 20, 2003
Just to let you know, Greg and I have a company called "Dessertco". We are in partnership with another couple and are doing well. We specialize in frozen cookie batter (in 3lb pails and trays of 49 1oz pucks). We are working on world domination of cookie dough... We have been in business for almost 2 years and this past year our business went up over 500%. We will also be making pies this coming fall...but I know we won't be able to beat Uncle Frank's pies :) Once again, thanks for keeping me in the family loop...and your boys are very cute!!! Marina.

News from a proud Gandpa, Doug Davis - Sunday Feb 2, 2003, 12:23 p.m.

This morning at 7:58 am Ireen and Chris Davis gave birth to a 7lb 8oz Baby Boy. Mother and baby are doing well and I have my first Grand Son...Ok Frank here are a couple more pictures. His name is Adam Davis. No second name yet.
Adam Davis 1: Adam Davis 2:

Leonard & Quinn Sheffield Dabble at Modeling Careers

Leonard Sheffield & son Quinn:

Leonard & Quinn Sheffield
The picture on the left shows Leonard Sheffield and his two year old son Quinn as shown in a local Collingwood newspaper, the Enterprise Bulletin. This ad, which was in the November 8, 2002 issue of the paper, has run several times in several different sizes.

Quinn, who obviously gets his good looks from his mother, Sheryl Sheffield (Luxton), has taken to the camera very well and he certainly isn't afraid to ham it up. Those of you who know Leonard would know that there is no doubt where Quinn's outgoing personality came from.

Leonard and Quinn posed for several other shots, so different ads may appear soon.

Proud mother and grandmother, Jasmine Sheffield (Lowe), is reported to have become the Enterprise Bulletin's best customer as she is filling her closets with the local rag. It is rumoured that she has been negotiating with Collingwood Self Storage over the price of one of their units.

Jasmine Sheffield (Lowe) Turns 70

August 23, 2002 was a very special day for both the Lowes & Sheffields. Jasmine Mabel Sheffield (Lowe) celebrated her 70th birthday. On Sunday, August 25th, Jasmine's son Leonard and his wife Sheryl hosted a surprise party at their home in Wasaga Beach with about 60 relatives and friends in attendance. It was a lovely day, the food was great and the company was fantastic.

Among the highlights were the attendance of Jasmine's sister, Joyce, all the way from New York, and most of Jasmine's other siblings and in-laws from the Toronto area. Also in attendance were most of her Church congregation and most of her friends from her neighbourhood.

Perhaps the highlight of the day, and the thrill of the day for Jasmine, was the rendition of "Happy Birthday" delivered by all of her grandchildren.

Click here for a photo of Jasmine and her grandchildren
Click here for a photo of the hosts, Lenny & Sheryl
Click here for a photo of the whole party
Click here for a photo of Jasmine and her birthday cake

Ed Cromwell Passes On at 79

The Sheffield family would like to express their deepest sympathy to the Cromwell family of Collingwood for the loss of Edwin Herbert Cromwell (December 10, 1923 - May 14, 2002). "Uncle Ed" was a great friend of the family, a mainstay in our Church and a loving relative to those he has left behind. He will be surely missed and our thoughts and prayers are with his wife Mildred and the rest of the Cromwell family.

Another addition to our family arrives!!


The newest addition to the family, Nathanial Davis Pope, Born Sept. 15, 2001 - 6 pnds 11 ozs, proud parents Doreen Davis & Paul Pope. Hope everything is well.

... Doreen
Nathanial Davis Pope:

Pictured here is Nathanial and his daddy.

News from a proud Papa - October 18, 2001

Just to let everyone know, Neisha Davis is now in Portugal competing for Canada in Power Tumbling. She will be there for a week, then it's off to Russia for another week. This summer she spent 2 weeks in Denmark. I would like to have the life of Neisha, either her or my cat.
Thanks for the updates everyone.
Steve Davis

We've grown again!

Great news from Darren Lowe & his wife Maari (Scott)...

Our new addition's name is Nolan Scott Lowe. He weighed in at 7 lbs 6 oz and is growing. He was born on Thurs. July 26, 2001. Maari is fine but a little tired, as you can imagine.

First Millennium Baby! - January 20, 2001

Although he arrived over a month early, Quinn Devon Sheffield was born in Orillia on Jan. 20, 2001 and weighed in at 6 pounds, 9 ounces. His parents, Sheryl & Leonard Sheffield of Collingwood, are still in shock over the birth of their first child, but Quinn is doing just great. Seriously, mom and dad are fine too and congratulations are in order.

Welcome to our family Quinn. To view a picture of Quinn, click here. Just use your back arrow to return here.

News from a proud mom regarding Sara Parkes - January 21, 2001

We made TEEN magazine - PROM addition no less!

Check out Sara J in TeemPROM. There are no page numbers but she's near the middle on 2 pages (10 shoots of her in total). She's wearing dresses from JOLI PROM. My favourite is the blue strapless where she has her hair up and her hands on her shoulders....

On Thursday she's been asked to a "go see" about a 1 week shoot in Jamaica in February. Swim suits and sun dresses for Toronto Life Magazine. Keep your fingers crossed...

Congratulations Sara, we are all very proud of you. Click here to see some of the pictures.

Courtney Lowe Passes Away in Barbados, January 3, 2001

On January 3, 2001 Courtney Lowe passed away in Barbados W.I. after a lengthy illness. Courtney was 84 years old and, although we didn't get to see him much, we will all miss him dearly. Those of us who met him thank God for the opportunity and we will cherish our brief visits with him and his wife Evelyn forever.

Wedding Bells Ring Twice In September, 2000

On September 14, 2000, Leonard Sheffield and Sheryl Luxton exchanged wedding vows on a beach in Cuba.

On September 16, 2000, Arthur Davis and his new wife Ronaye Tiernan tied the knot in Klienburg, Ontario.

Although we have known Sheryl and Ronaye for years and they already seemed like family, please join us in officially welcoming them to our clan.

Congratulations to the four of you!

New Web Site

April 2000 - Gregory Lowe Launches New Web Site
In April 2000 Gregory Lowe created and launched a new web site for the Marion Singers. The Marion Singers is a Church choir in which Gregory participates. If you want to read more about the Marion Singers, find out where you can hear them sing or book them to sing at your venue, check out ... Congratulations Greg.

New Arrival

December 1, 1999 - News From Dr. David Lowe
Hi Frank. Jacqui had our second daughter at 4:43 am Nov 23. Her name is Maya Brady Lowe and she weighed 9lbs 1oz. Mom, baby, dad and Hayley are all doing fine.

Sporting News

October, 27 1999 - News From Dianne Davis

Neisha has come back from South Africa, she did extremely well. She
placed 25th in the senior category - she was 14th until those pesky
Russians came in the last flight. Considering all of the kids are her
senior by about 4 - 10 yrs, she did very well. The girl that won was a
blond Russian age 31,  & it was her 3rd gold. The best part of the
competition was that she was 1st on the Canadian team & she is now 1st
in Canada. Pretty neat eh? We are very proud of her.
Please visit the Sports Page for more information about Neisha Davis.

Wedding Bells Ring in July 1999

Two weddings took place on the Lowe side of the family in July, 1999.

On July 3, Darren Lowe, eldest son of Art and Millie Lowe, married Ms. Maari Scott and on July 17, Michelle Lowe, daughter of Violet Wulckow (Lowe) and Jack Lowe, married Mr. Bill Pasterello.

Please join us in wishing both couples all the best in their new lives together. There are pictures, but not wedding pictures, of all four newlyweds in the Lowe Christmas Party 1998 section of this web site.

New Additions!

Franklin Richard Sheffield III and his twin brother Daniel William Sheffield have arrived. They are the first born children of Frank Sheffield Jr. and Valerie Hatcher.

The proud grandparents, Harold and Julia Hatcher of Georgetown, Ontario and Jasmine Sheffield (Lowe) are all beaming with joy. Since Harold and Julia are from Nova Scotia and Newfoundland respectively, and Jasmine is from Nova Scotia, we're quite sure the new boys will enjoy fishing and eating seafood.

"The Twins" arrived just three days before Christmas on December 22, 1998 and came home from the hospital on Boxing Day, which meant mom and dad had Christmas turkey in the Georgetown Hospital's cafeteria. Oh well, it was worth it. Richard weighed 5 lbs 10 oz and Daniel weighed 5 lbs 11 oz at birth and mom and babies are doing just fine. To view a picture of the boys, click here, then use your back arrow to return here.

New Addition!

Cecilia Rose Vogan-Lowe:

Please join us in welcoming a new member to the family. Cecilia Rose Vogan-Lowe was born November 16, 1998. She is the daughter of Gregory Lowe and Heather Vogan, and the grand daughter of Violet Lowe.

Celia, pictured here with her mom and big sister, Sophie, was born exactly 2 years to the day after her cousin Layla Boroumand, who just celebrated her second birthday. Layla is the daughter of Eunice Sheffield and Jose Boroumand.

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