The Journal of Canadian

Wilderness Canoeing

  SUMMER 2004

PAGE 12

OUTFIT 117
 

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In MeMMorium Members of the Hide-Away Canoe Club carry the remains of Maggie McNair Peake (affectionately known as MM) from Eglinton St. Georges Church in Toronto on July 15. Visible are three Peake brothers Geoffrey (left), Sean (foreground) and David (right). Micheal Peake is partially blocked behind coffin and Peter Brewster is between Sean and David. Andrew Macdonald and Maggie's brother Chuck were also pallbearers. Maggie (inset) is pictured in December 2002, just after she learned she had been diagnosed with breast cancer. The photo captures her spirit and radiance. She is greatly missed.

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