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Fred Stuart Culin (Third from left)
We were advised of the passing of Fred Culin on April 1st at age of 92. Fred was an avid aviator for over 50 years, and a strong supporter of aviation in North Bay for many of those years. When Flight 23 got involved in the Young Eagle Program in 1994, Fred was “on board” with the program, flying kids in his C206 off the lake on skis; in the spring from the airport on wheel skis; and in summer on floats. He waited to take the wheel skis off in the spring until we had done our first summer young eagle flights from the airport. In total, Fred flew 238 young eagles, over the course of 15 years (1996 -2012). Fred always made the Seaplane Base office and docks available to Flight 23 for the float flying events on Trout Lake, and he made sure he was available to fly kids at all our events - whether in North Bay, Mattawa, or wherever we held an organized rally, We could always count on Fred to help out. Flight 23 had their summer bbq at the seaplane base routinely for many years, and gave Fred a “life membership” for all the help and support he provided to the local Flight over many years.
In late 1960’s Fred bought a C172 and got his licence. It blew over in a wind storm on Trout Lake, and over the course of the next 15 years he bought new C-180, C-185, and finally his trusty C-206 that he kept until he quit flying. He always kept his planes on floats in the summer (docked at his home), or wheel skis in the winter. Built hangar at North Bay Jack Garland Airport early 70’s with flying buddy and friend Don Odorizzi. In the early 90’s Fred purchased the Trout Lake Seaplane base, and provided docks and fuel to local float planes as well as those transiting the area. Fred could always be counted on to provide any assistance required to local pilots, and he will be missed by North Bay aviation community.
Many of you might not be aware - but Eileen Blow passed away Tuesday Mar 24 at 4 30 AM at North Bay Hospital. Most of you know that Eileen had been battling AML cancer (a type of leukemia - cancer of bone marrow) since July 2018. After chemo. her first remission lasted one year. The second remission lasted just 12 weeks, and the Dr. told her during video conference this past Monday it was back with a vengeance. Barry and Eileen enjoyed a picnic lunch later that day at the Seaplane base and she felt fine. Later Monday evening she took a turn for the worse and was transported to North Bay hospital where she passed away. Eileen has been cremated and because of the virus, no plans for viewing or burial have been finalized. Barry plans to stay at Martin Lake where he and Eileen built a comfortable home on the water that they both enjoyed for many years.
Cards can be sent to: 243 Marten Lake Rd. Gen. Del. Marten River, On. P0H 1T0. or - Barry would love a call at 705-892-2435
Barry and Eileen have been very active in Flight 23 for the past many years - never missing a pot luck or any scheduled activity. Eileen was always optimistic and looked on the bright side of all that life threw at her. She will be missed.
Submitted by Carol Cooke
Donald John Odorizzi- Lifelong Owner/Operator Odorizzi Lumber
Following several months of declining health, Don Odorizzi died peacefully, on Sunday, September 16, 2018 at Water’s Edge Nursing Care Centre, North Bay. He was in his 89th year. Don was the beloved husband of Ferne (Moore) of North Bay. He was the much loved father of Gregg Odorizzi (Susan) of North Bay and Terry Odorizzi (Lisa) of Pembroke. Grandpa will be lovingly remembered by three grandchildren: Curtis (Jenny), Carrie (Leo) and Kameron (Kirsten) and one great-grandchild, Mira. Don was predeceased by his sister Dorothy Rowland (the late Tom). Following in his father Jack Odorizzi’s footsteps, Don took over ownership and operation of Odorizzi Lumber in Golden Valley for many years, employing numerous local men and launching several careers in the lumber industry. The Odorizzi family will receive visitors at the PAUL FUNERAL HOME , Powassan on Thursday, September 20, 2018 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm; and on Friday, September 21 at St. Paul’s United Church, Golden Valley, from 1:00 to 2:00 pm with the funeral service at 2:00 pm. Interment to follow at St. Paul’s Cemetery, Golden Valley. If desired, memorial donations to St. Paul’s United Church or the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Ontario are suggested. For further information, to order flowers, to make a donation, or to leave a condolence message, please contact www.paulfuneralhome.ca or call Paul Funeral Home, Powassan 705-724-2024.1330
Obituary for Roland Trahan August 14, 1944 - April 17, 2016
On April 17th 2016, Roland Trahan passed away at the North Bay Regional Health Centre. Rolly was Married for 50 years to Adelle Trahan (nee Desarmeau) Rolly had a passion for the outdoors, hunting and fishing with his 3 sons as well as his grandchildren. He also had a passion for flying. He did own an airplane at one time and flew for Orillia Airways. Roland’s work career included, being an owner/operator of a mechanical service garage (Fina Fuels) then transferring to be the first Fuel Agent for Petro Canada in North Bay, resulting in 30 + years in the commercial fuels service. He then managed the Spring Shop at HE Browns for 20 + years. He affected everyone who he met and will be sadly missed. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to McGuinty Funeral Home. Mass of Christian burial was celebrated on Thursday April 21st at 10:30 am at Ste. Bernadette Parish in Bonfield. If desired donations to the North Bay Regional Hospital Palliative Care would be gratefully acknowledged. Online condolences may be made at www.mcguintyfuneralhome.com.
Although not know to many in the aviation activities of today, I had to make this posting as Rolly was a friend from the past. Not a forgotten friend, but still a friend. We only saw each other occasionally over the last 20 years.
Rolly owned a Piper Tri-Pacer and also belonged to the old North Bay Flying Club. Rolly took me under his wing and flew with me to several busy airports. Thanks to him I had flown into Toronto International, Toronto Island and Ottawa, before I had 100 hours in my log book. What really got me started was his refusal (planned wedding) to go to Montreal with me for a hockey game. At that time I said I would probably not go if he could not make the trip. He said that If I didn't get off my ass and go someplace by myself, I would never go anywhere. Needless to say, my ego would not let me accept that comment and away I went. I took another friend and as it turned out it was the easiest major airport landing I had made then or since. It was as easy as joining the St. Lawrence River on my downwind, turning base, final and then land at the Dorval Airport.
There was one thing I never knew about Rolly and I found this out by accident. Rolly, Adelle, Lucy and I flew to Toronto Island for a special presentation at Ontario Place. We landed at Toronto Island and made our way over to Ontario Place where the event was to happen. We walked around the park for awhile and when it was time to go in, Rolly decided that we should go ahead and enjoy the show while he waited for us outside. After a lot of coaxing Adelle took me aside and told me that he would not go in because there was a long, wide and high ramp leading up to the entrance way and he was afraid of heights.
So my "not forgotten" friend from the past, I and the aviation community of today, bid you farewell. May that first step up the stairway to heaven be as easy as my trip to Montreal. We will be with you all the way. Your friend, Tom Fraser.
Obituary for Stanley Nichols
NICHOLS: Stanley Leslie “Stan”
Passed away at the North Bay Regional Health Center on Sunday, June 7th, 2015. Stan was the beloved husband of Roberta “Jean” (nee Gilpin), he was 88 years old. Loving father of Sandra Ethier (Reg) of North Bay and Dave Nichols (Leslie) of Thunder Bay. He will be lovingly remembered by his grandchildren Kevin (Dominique), Jason, Kelly-Ann (Richard), Kyle (Shantelle), Erin (Ryan), Ashley (Brad), and great grandchildren Nicholas, Cosette, Makayla, Danielle, Keaton and Kealey. Dearly loved brother of Margret Colley (Charlie) and the late Barbara. Stan was a Bush Pilot and flew the skies of Northern Ontario for over 50 years, he enjoy flying the Norseman and Beaver most of all. Friends may call at the Martyn Funeral Home on Thursday June 11th from 11 am until time for a Memorial Service in the Martyn Funeral Home Chapel at 12noon. Cremation has taken place at the Forest Lawn Crematorium. If desired, donation to the North Bay Regional Health Center Foundation would be appreciated by his family. Online Condolences at www.martynfh.com
If you would like to know more about the real Stan Nichols (as he used to say once in a while) click on the connection beside the picture below. Find out how and why Stan became the Local Bushpilot Icon in the North Bay and outlying areas. This article was published (I believe) last March or April in the Canadian Aviator Magazine. Go to our link section above and they are listed as one of our choices. Thanks to these folks for sending me a copy of this interview. It tells a story of a man who had a love for flying that goes beyond what some of us could not imagine.
In an attempt to keep these and other memories alive and vivid in our minds, it was suggested by Ron and Carol Cooke that we should do something special as a tribute to our friend Stan Nichols. It has been decided that we will remember Stan by naming our annual Lakeside Barbecue and Landing proficiency Check Events, The Stan Nichols Memorial Day.
REST IN PEACE STAN, CLEAR SKIES........