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Keble Barrington, 91, a dedicated Mason, died August 30 at Brockville General Hospital.
He was born in Frankville in Kitley Township on September 16 1906, son of Wilson Seymour [s/b Simpson] Barrington and the former Frances Jane Steacy.He was raised and educated in Frankville, then took a course in butter making and worked for Libby McNeil and Libby as a lab technician in Carleton Place and Smiths Falls.He retired in the early 1970s.
Mr. Barrington was a member and minister's warden of Trinity Anglican Church in Brockville.
He was also a life member and past master of Salem Masonic Lodge No. 368, a member of the Sussex St. Lawrence Chapter No. 59 of the Gondemar Preceptory No. 16 and the Brockville and District Shrine Club (Tunis Temple), past honourary grand steward of St. Lawrence District, member of the Order of the Eastern Star Florence Nightingale Chapter and a past patron of the White Shrine.
He is survived by the former Ruth Beatrice Larmour, whom he married October 15 1932 in Morrisburg, and two daughters, Barbara McBroom and husband Gordon of Calgary and Patricia Hall and husband Christopher of St. Petersburg, Florida, as well as four grandchildren, Brian McBroom and wife Jeannie, Brenda Dengis and husband Dan, Carol Ashford and husband Doug and Gregory McBroom and wife Laura, eight great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Mr Barrington was predeceased by two sisters, Bessie Clow and LouEdna McLennan, and two brothers, William and Walter Barrington.
Friends were received at Johnson and Barclay Funeral Home, Brockville, on September 1.In the evening, Salem Masonic Lodge No. 368 held a memorial service there.
The funeral took place in Trinity Anglican Church, Brockville, on September 2, Rev. Marie Warner and Rev. Stan Riley officiated.During the service, Handy Nevers sang "The Lord's Prayer".Brockville and District Shriners formed a guard of honour.
The pallbears were Ed Dickenson, Don Moore, Neil Mooney, Gary Tristram, Gary Mielke and Gerry Curtis.The honourary pallbearers were Jack Dowell, Harold Latham, Harold Blanchard, Howard Warren, Adrian Plooy and Don Swayne Sr.
The burial was held September 4 at Roselawn Memorial Gardens.
Memorial donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, Parkinson's Society and Trinity Anglican Church will be gratefully acknowledged by the family.