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Charles E. WOODROW
Père : Clifford WOODROW
Mère : Margaret ROBINSON
Décès le : 2004-03-13
Parution : 2004-03-15
Paru dans : Times & Transcript, Moncton, NB

Charles E. Woodrow 1942 - 2004 Charles Edward Woodrow, in his 62nd year, of Moncton, passed into God's care and keeping in the early hours of Saturday, March 13, 2004. Born in Orillia, ON, Charles was the son of the Late Clifford and Margaret (Robinson) Woodrow of Coldwater, ON. Charles earned his Associate of Music (A. Mus.), Pianoforte-Performer's; his A.R.T.C., Piano-Solo Performer from the Royal Conservatory of Music, University of Toronto; and was admitted as an Associate (Teacher's Diploma), Licentiate (Performer's Diploma), and Fellow (Art of Organ Playing) to Trinity College of Music, London. Beginning his noted career as a Church Musician while a teenager at Westmount Memorial United Church, Orillia, following his Silver Medal in the Ontario Provincial Piano Championship; he was Director of Music for 18 months at Division Street United, Collingwood; for 19 years at St. Paul's United, Orillia; and finally for 20 years at St. John's United Church, Moncton. Charles was also Artistic and Musical Director of the acclaimed Mariposa Arts Theatre, Director of the King Edward Chorale, Barrie; President of the Greater Moncton and area Organists Association, Moncton Area Representative for the Royal College of Music and Conductor of Greater Moncton Chorale. Charles was predeceased by his loving son, Don; he is lovingly remembered by his partner of over 36 years, David Rummerfield; his brothers, Ronald and David, their families; many close personal friends, especially Roland and Mary Gallant, Sonya Kelly, Suzanne Azevedo, Sharon Couturier, David and Janet Bruce, St. John's United Church Sanctuary Choir, particularly Hazel Stewart-Lawry; those who were graced by his life-work of teaching, directing and performing the world's greatest music and by those friends, colleagues and parishioners who were privileged to know the strength and graciousness of his character. A service of Remembrance and Celebration will be held at St. John's United Church, 75 Alma Street, Moncton on Tuesday, March 16, 2004 at 2pm. With the Reverend Paul Cumming officiating. Donations in Charles' honour may be made to the Charles E. Woodrow Memorial Music Scholarship through St. John's United Church. Arrangements are under the care of Ferguson Knowles Funeral Home, 1657 Mountain Road, Moncton. www.fergusonknowlesfh.com [Times & Transcript]

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