Memorial service set for student

By Communications Staff
March 25, 2013

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A memorial service celebrating the life of Noah Kishinevsky has been scheduled for noon Thursday, March 28 in the Main Lounge, Saugeen-Maitland Hall.

A lunch reception will follow the service. Cards of sympathy will be collected at the service, or can be dropped off any time at the front desk of Saugeen. This memorial service is open to everyone.

Noah Kishinevsky, 19, a first-year Faculty of Science student, died Sunday, March 17.

Noah is survived by his parents, Michael and Karen Kishinevsky; brothers, Josh and Liam; grandparents, Sam and Zina Kishinevsky and Penny Gillingham; aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Douglas Gillingham.

Memorial donations may be made to Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. A memorial book may be signed at the Benjamin’s Park Memorial Chapel website.

Western continues to offer counseling and support services, as required. Western Hillel, 1192 Richmond St., is offering its counseling and support services as well.























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