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Recognizing the following members of RHLBC who have passed away since our Centennial Celebration in 2018.

Bob Kerr 2022
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Bob passed away on May 1st.   As a member of the club, one of his contributions was to paint the equipment and maintenance sheds by himself.  His volunteerism is emblematic of the type of members we are fortunate to have in our club.  Until recently, we were unaware of Bob’s talent as an organ tuner who had serviced organs at Maple Leaf Gardens, Massey Hall and the Martyrs’ Shrine in Midland.  Our deepest sympathies go out to Liz, a member of the RHLBC Board

Ed Postma 2022

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It is with great sadness to advise you of the passing of Ed Postma in January.  Ed was a member for several years.  He was always congenial and willing to help out around the club on our cleanup days.


Ed seemed to be always smiling as he enjoyed being around the company of other club members and engaging them in conversation. 

He played a consistent game and was ready to make his shot when it was his turn.

Norm Moreau 2022

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Norm Moreau (1928-2022)

Norm Moreau, who was well known for his dahlia garden in front of the clubhouse, passed away in 2022 at the age of 93. He leaves behind his wife Noi (also a member of the Club) his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Norm and Noi met in Thailand on the golf course 21 years ago. Norm had owned a successful printing company, was a member of the Richmond Hill Horticultural Society, played bridge and enjoyed his many friendships.

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