Robert Young, 47 Robert Myles Young, 47, a former employee of the Port of Prescott, died November 4 at Brockville General Hospital. Born on March 22, 1957 in Kingston, he was the son of Robert Gordon Young and the former Marie King. He attended Bath Public School and South Grenville District High School, Prescott. His family moved to North Augusta in 1969. There he met Juanita Stephenson and they were married on March 28, 1981 at St. Peter's Anglican Church, in North Augusta. They lived in Brouseville for two years, then moved to the village of North Augusta. Fourteen years ago, just outside the village they built a house which was their home from then on. In 1982 they had a daughter, Jamie. Mr. Young's main hobbies were camping, hunting and fishing with friends and family. He also enjoyed cooking, especially barbecuing. He liked to go four-wheeling locally and up north, where he recently took a trip with friends. He took many vacations with his family, most recently a trip to British Columbia. He enjoyed musical events such as the Havelock Jamboree and other music festivals, but particularly enjoyed family jamming sessions with his wife and daughter singing, his father playing the fiddle, his brother David on keyboard and his cousin Eric on guitar. He owned a 1959 Triumph TR3 convertible, inherited from his father, and enjoyed touring with his wife with the car's top down on sunny days. Mr. Young is survived by his wife Juanita and daughter Jamie of North Augusta, mother Marie, brother David and sister Cheryl, all of Brockville, and an uncle Clifford and wife Nancy of Bath, as well as several cousins, nieces and nephews. Also surviving are many sisters- and brothers-in-law: Dianne Brooks and husband Gordon, Lisa Rennick and husband Tom, Gail Provencal and husband Tom, Donna White and husband Bert, Dwayne Stephenson and wife Heather, Reginald Stephenson and wife Nancy and Delbert Stephenson and wife Gail. He was predeceased by his daughter Lanie in infancy, father Robert and sister-in-law Ferne Young. Friends called at the Barclay Funeral Home, Brockville, where on November 8 the funeral was held, with Rev. Canon Michael Reid, of St. Peter's Anglican Church, Brockville, officiating. James King, a Winnipeg cousin, gave the eulogy. Burial took place at Roselawn Memorial Gardens, Maitland, on November 11. Memorial donations were directed to the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Published in Section c, page 4 in the Thursday, December 9, 2004 edition of the Brockville Recorder & Times. Posted 4:37:51 PM Wednesday, December 8, 2004.