Earle Young, 65 KINGSTON -- Earle Young, 65, longtime employee of Corrections Canada, died November 9 at Kingston General Hospital. Born Charles Albert Earle Young in Athens on November 23, 1938, he was the son of George William Young and the former Audrey Horton. When a small child he lived on the Young farm in Plum Hollow, moving with the family to Brockville in 1944, where he attended Horton public school. Having an entrepreneurial spirit even then, he had his own drug store and parcel delivery service and a large paper route. He attended Brockville Collegiate Institute and Vocational School for one year, joining the school band and drama club and playing sports. Then in 1952 he moved to Kingston with his parents and completed his high school education at Kingston Collegiate and Vocational Insitute. Always expanding his work experiences, he apprenticed at Bill Warwick accounting, Expert tailors and Alcan industries. From 1968 to 1974 he was chief technician of surgical research at Queen's University and also worked at St. Mary's of the Lake Hospital. From 1970 to 1985, he was a successful minor hockey coach in the church athletic league for peewee and bantam, and coached lacrosse in the summer. He began his career at Corrections Canada in 1975 and remained with that department until his retirement in November 2003. He transferred to William Head Correction Institute in Victoria, B.C., in 1988 and returned to Kingston in 1997. Mr. Young is survived by his mother Audrey Young and his six children, Joanne Oomen, Sheryl Greenis, Angela Young, Vickie Tugwood, John Young and Dawn Watt, as well as eight grandchildren, Mandi and Myles Oomen, Mitchell, Stephanie and Alex Greenis, Jessica and Christopher Tugwood and Braedan Young. He was predeceased by his infant daughter Cheryl in February 1962, by an infant brother in 1954 and by his father George Young. Friends called at the Tompkins Funeral Home, Central Chapel, Kingston, on November 11. The funeral was held November 12, with Rev. Terry Deline of Cookes Portsmouth United Church officiating. Burial was at New Dublin Cemetery. The pallbearers were Ron and Myles Oomen, Tom and Mitchell Greenis and Barrie and Chris Tugwood. Memorial donations were directed to the Kingston Regional Cancer Centre. Published in Section b, page 8 in the Saturday, December 18, 2004 edition of the Brockville Recorder & Times. Posted 10:07:48 AM Saturday, December 18, 2004.