A dedication in memory of Randy Steele

It was four years ago Wednesday that Hamilton and the CHCH community lost a valued journalist and family man…

When Randy Steele died of cancer in 2009, he left behind his wife Maggie and four beautiful daughters.

On this day, his girls cut the ribbon on the “Kids of Steele” room at the Wellwood Juravinski House.

The space is dedicated to Randy’s daughters as a safe haven for kids dealing with cancer. It’s meant to be an escape when hospital visits, chemotherapy and cancer symptoms take over….

 


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Comments

Susan says:

Randy would have liked that.

Mark Laing says:

I knew Randy as a kind gentle soul with a wonderful sense of humor. May this new place be just like Randy and provide kind and gentle care with just a touch of humor to help these kids.

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