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Steve Stapley Obituary: “The Lakefield Rage are sad to announce the sudden passing of our defender Steve Stapley. Steve was a stay at home hard nosed defenseman who loved lacrosse and being part of the Rage. He was always happy and smiling and would do anything to help anyone. Steve has been part of our family since the leagues inception and will truly be missed. RIP Stapes Love you” Full Obituary
Steve Jobs Obituary: Jobs’s desire to deliver the best possible customer experience led him to try to control, or at least influence everything, including the design of the chips Apple used, the hardware, software and the online services. He even opened hundreds of shops to sell Apple products. He launched new products himself, in carefully crafted “Stevenotes” that attracted adoring crowds and received huge press coverage. His micro-management enabled him to go against industry conventions in his quest for ease of use and simplification. The iPhone, for example, was launched in the US with one basic model from one network operator. Apple also authorised and controlled the applications available from its online App Store, and if a user wanted Adobe Flash – used on millions of websites and the standard for delivering online video – they could not run it without unlocking their iPhone. Jobs could be regarded as a benign dictator. His customers loved him for it, but he was a dictator nonetheless. Nothing in the first 45 years of Jobs’s life suggested that he would have such an impact. Born in San Francisco, the child of two graduate students, he was adopted, and named, by Paul and Clara Jobs. He grew up in Mountain View, close to the heart of Silicon Valley. While at Homestead high school, Cupertino, he went to extracurricular lectures at Hewlett-Packard – the Valley’s founding technology company – in nearby Palo Alto, and he and Wozniak got summer jobs there. After finishing high school in 1972, Jobs moved north to study at Reed, an expensive liberal arts college in Portland, Oregon. He dropped out after one term, but continued to go to some classes, including a course on calligraphy. That came back to him 10 years later, he said, and “we designed it all into the Mac. It was the first computer with beautiful typography.” He grew his hair and a beard, slept on friends’ floors, and sometimes went to a Hare Krishna temple for free meals. Like many drop-outs at that Beatles-inspired time, his ambition was to visit a guru in India, which he eventually did with a friend from Reed, Dan Kottke. When they got there, the guru had died. Full Obituary
Sherwin Ross Douglas STAPLEY Obituary: Beloved husband to Lillian “Joy” Stapley for over 66 years. Dear father of Sheryl (Rob), Steve (Carol Anne), Chris (Marg), and Jeff (Sandy). Proud grandfather of Michelle (Jeremy), Ryan (Kirsty), Scott (Erica), Bryce (Chantal), Kelli, Kelsey, Emma, Rachel, Jack and great-grandfather of Lily, Claire, Nolan, Lola, Dax, Jocelyn and Caysen. Survived by his siblings, Shirley and Gerry Sloggett, Sandra Moody and late Gary Stapley and numerous nieces & nephews. Sherwin had lived in Campbellford for a very long time and was the proprietor of the Stapley Garage. His family and everyone else who knew him could attest to his outgoing and friendly nature. He was a dedicated fan of automobiles, a hobby that was held by many members of his family as well. The cremation process has been completed. On Friday, January 10, 2020, visitation will take place from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Weaver Life Centre, which is located at 77 Second Street in Campbellford. A Celebration of Life will be held at the Weaver Life Centre in Campbellford on Saturday, January 11, 2020 at 1:30 p.m., with visitation taking place one hour prior to the start of the service. Donations made in the form of expressions of sympathy to the Campbellford Memorial Hospital Foundation or the Canadian Cancer Society would be gratefully received by the family of the deceased person. Send condolences to the family through our website at www.weaverfuneralhomes.com. Full Obituary
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