Mississauga Library System
Peel Biographies G-L

The Peel Biography Scrapbooks, located in the Local History Room at the Central Library, contain local newspaper clippings highlighting the activities of a wide cross-section of people from the City of Mississauga and the surrounding Region of Peel .

This index is listed alphabetically by surname. Select a letter from the chart below.

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G

GALLAGHER, Gerry
Obituary for the former president of Local 183 of the Laborers' International Union

GAMSBY, Margo
Interior decorator and syndicated columnist

GANZA, Ana
St. Martin Secondary School teacher who visited Mother Teresa in 1996

GAREBIAN, Keith
Literary reviewer, Keith Garebian, wins the prestigious William Saroyan Medal for contributing to the dissemination of Armenian culture

GARNCARCZYK, Edward
Accepted in 1995 at age 11 to the National Ballet School of Canada

GASPAR, Jayme
Executive Director of Heritage Mississauga

GATHERCOLE, George
The late Port Credit resident who became Chairman of Ontario Hydro in 1966, died in January 1995

GEROL, Alexander
Senior who challenged the existing rules in 1986 regarding converting RRSPs to RRIFs at age 71

GIBBS, Errol
Trinidadian author and motivational speaker

GIBERSON, Brittany
18 month old toddler who received a liver transplant as a result of a rare disease, 1994

GIBSON, Lois
Mississauga resident, former President of the Mississauga Hospital Auxiliary, and Executive Director of the Mississauga Board of Trade, retired in 1991

GIBSON, Marian (1937-2013) and Eric
Local Port Credit historians, former members of Mississauga Heritage Foundation and Mississauga South Historical Society

GIFFIN, Debbie
Miss Mississauga, 1974

GIGGS, Iris
Port Credit dance teacher and winner at first annual Mississauga Arts Awards in 1994

GILCHRIST, Brian (1956-2014)
Late internationally well-known genealogist, author and lecturer

GILES, Evelyn
Longtime Port Credit teacher who retired in 1968 after 30 years in the classroom

GILGAN, Peter
Mississauga philanthropist and founder of Mattamy Homes helps fund the new Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning at Sick Kids Hospital with $40 million donation

GLADMAN, Pat
Cooksville 22 year-old who was arrested in 1965 in Little Rock, Arkansas, while taking part in civil rights work

GLENEICKI, John
Cartoonist featured in Muscle and Fitness magazine, 1993, currently living in California

GLISTA, Ted
Died in 1981, awarded posthumously the Gordon S. Shipp Memorial Award as Citizen of the Year

GOFFORTH, Heinz
Late local artist died 2001

GOLDEN, Alexandra
Retired soloist at the National Ballet of Canada opens dance studio in Port Credit

GOLJA, Anna
Streetsville actor, from TV series, DeGrassi lands a lead role in a new Family Channel film, Full Out

 

GORDON, Irene
Mississauga Quilter

GORRELL, O.C.
Former Principal of Forest Avenue School, Port Credit

GORRIE, Suzanne
Self-taught artist

GOUZENKO, Igor
July 1982 obituary for the former Soviet spy who had lived quietly in Mississauga

GRAHAM, John Joseph
Late former Streetsville Reeve and Peel County Warden

GRANT, Maggie
Former magazine and newspaper journalist

GRANT, Maureen
Mississauga's first female police officer

GRAY, Lorne
Late Vice-president, St. Lawrence Starch Company, died with is wife and son in a plane crash in 1969

GRAY, William Thomas
Obituary for the late President and Chairman of the St. Lawrence Starch Company, died 1975

GRAYDON, Gordon (1896-1953)
Obituary for the late former Canadian statesman and Peel Progressive Conservative MP

GRAY-SANDIFORD, Elvenia
Child advocate is 2013 Mississauga Citizen of the Year

GREEN, Art
Retired Port Credit business executive and founder of A. B. Green Agencies

GREENE, June
First Canadian woman to be appointed president of Data Processing Management Association, 1977

GREENWOOD, John
Ontario Crown Attorney and County Court judge

GREGORY, Bud (1926-2016)
Former Mississauga East Progressive Conservative M.P.P> and Ontario Minister of Revenue

GRICE, Glenn (1916-2002)
Late former Mississauga Board of Education chairman and community activist

GRINDLEY, Heather
Artist and Visual Arts Mississauga 1990 Juried Art Show winner

GRUBER, Eugene
Millright engineer, developer and mechanical designer

GUARNIERI, Albina
Former Liberal MP for Mississauga East

GULLEY, J.K.
Country singer and songwriter

GUNNING, Charles
Former CBC Radio National News director

GUPTA, Devesh
Principal lawyer and owner of Prudent Law at 33 City Centre Drive named one of RBC's Top 25 Immigrants in June

GUPTA, Kanika
Mississauga artist suffered a serious concussion several years ago and has now turned to art to help with her recovery

GYLES, Cliff
Former Ward 5 councillor, convicted and jailed in 2005 for breach of trust and municipal corruption


H

HALFORD, Robert
Author, editor and publisher

HALL, Jacqueline
Judo champion and Civic Award of Recognition winner

HALLIDAY, Edwin
Late former City Manager, died 1999

HAMMOND, Barbara
Bicentennial Award winner for community volunteer work

HAMPSON, Evelyn
Secretary/receptionist, Huron Park Recreation Centre, 1966

HANCOCK, Leslie
Late horticulturist, university lecturer and owner of Woodland Nursery

HARADA-LAKE, Jesse
Educational trust fund recipient

HARE, Cyril
Former Mississauga Fire Chief, retired October 1999

HARE, Harold
Late local historian and president, Mississauga Heritage Society

HARE, John Louis
Port Credit Legion member, John Louis Hare, received a Commendation Award from the Minister of Veterans Affairs for his dedication and commitment to Canada's war veterans, May 2009

HARE, W.J.
Former Parks and Recreation commissioner

HARGITTAY, Julius
Graphic artist and founder, Canadian Jester magazine

HARMELINK, Andrew
Mississippi River adventurer

HARRINGTON, John
Retired high school prinicipal, took part, 1997, in expedition to the Arctic in search of Sir John Franklin

HARRIS, Jenna
Cawthra Park Secondary School student, founder of the first Black Students Association, awarded the TD Scholarship for Community Leadership

HARRIS, Peter
Chairman, board of directors, Ontario Sports Centre

HARRIS, Sue
Gymnastics executive and winner, Special Achievement Award for amateur sport

HARRISON, Bob
Obituary March 1997 for former Ward 2 Councillor and member of the Credit Valley Conservation Authority

HARRISON, Marion
Long-time Lorne Park resident celebrates her 100th birthday in 2014, with friends and family at the Wenleigh Long Term Care Centre

HARRISON, Tannis
Badminton player

HART, James
St. Martin's Secondary School student who rescued a drowning man

HART, Peter
Former Erindale School student, plant pathologist at Clargreen Gardens, 1974

HARTNESS, Ken
Late former member, Ontario Censor Board and local political activist, died 1994

HASKAN, Kim
Special ed teacher and cancer survivor, Kim Haskan, has written a book for children to help them cope with the disease

HASSAAN, Mike
Marathon swimmer

HASSALL, Harry
Late Bicentennial Award recipient, Cooksville Legion founder, and owner of Mississauga's oldest retail florist business, died 1995

HAVERLAND, Kelita
Singer and songwriter

HAWKINS, Ronnie
Rock singer

HAWLEY, Dr. Estelle Cuffe
Late educator, business woman and politician

HAWLEY, Ross
Obituary May 1997 for well-known Mississauga car dealer

HAWLEY, Sandy
Hall of Fame jockey

HAWLEY, Sherrie
Horsewoman and wife of Sandy Hawley

HAYWARD, Jessie
Streetsville resident, recipient of the 2007 Sam McCallion Award as Volunteer of the Year

HEADFORD, Yana
Mississauga artist, born in Athens, Greece

HEAVER, Jillian
Student nurse, Miss Hope of Ontario, 1973

HEMBER, Richard
1974 award winning chemistry teacher

HENDERSON, Cyril
Late first Chief Administrative Office, Region of Peel, died 1978

HENDERSON, Dean
Late first manager of the Township of Toronto

HENDERSON, Merritt
President, Mississauga Hospital

HENDERSON, Paul
Mississauga resident, former Team Canada hockey player and hero of the 1972 Summit Series against Russia

HENDRICKSON, Barbara
Nationally recognized business lawyer joins Peel-based firm, Pallett Valo LLP

HENRY, Allison
1985 Lotto 649 winner

HERBERT, Ted
Obituary for late wrestler Ted Herbert

HEWSON, Don
Mississauga's first patent and trademark agent, 1975

HIBBERT, Curtis
World champion medal gymnast

HICKEY, John
Former Deputy Fire Chief, Mississauga, retired 1987

HICKOX, Mac
Former coach Canadian Canoe Team

HICKS, Al
Former Chairman, Mississauga Sabres Ball Club, and late husband of author Kathleen Hicks

HICKS, Kathleen A.
Local historian and author

HILL, Gary
Business owner of Clarkson/Lorne Park sports store looking to sell the business

HILL, Jaime
Former competitive gymnast

HILL, Moffat
YMCA Peace Medallion recipient

HINDS, Cindy
Former child model and actress, starred in David Cronenberg's "The Brood"

HIRONS, Robert
Mississauga resident who won a gold medal in 1976 for being responsible for the one millionth patent issued in Canada

HIRSCH, Heidi
Former Humber College student, award winning bartender 1990

HIRSCH, Steve
Family medicine doctor writes book to help patients lose weight

HOANG, Kit
Glenforest Secondary School Grade 12 student and artist

HOBIN, Sharon
Long-time Wards 2 and 8 trustee elected Chair of the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

HODGSON, Tom
Port Credit artist

HOFERICHTER, Bert
Port Credit professional photographer

HOFLAND, Bill
Heart transplant patient

HOGAN, Jack
Long-time Port Credit store owner, retired 1986

HOLBORN, Dick
Late Mississauga freelance photographer who captured the famous with his camera, died 1999

HOLDER, Mrs. Gerald
Former Peel County Chairman, Women's Centennial Committee, 1966

HOLLAND, John
Port Credit resident was a former councillor and founding member of the Port Credit Arena Board

HOLLIDAY-RHODES, Sonya
Environmental activist

HOLLING, Stanley
Late Clarkson author of "Our Heritage", a history of Christ Church United

HOLLINGSWORTH, Joey
Entertainer

HOMER, Karen
Staff journalist with World Vision

HOOPER, Fred
Obituary December 1998 for Fred Hooper, former Ward 6 councillor

HOOPER, Lawrence J. (1901-1977)
Late founder of Hooper's Pharmacy, Port Credit

HOOPER, Michele
Born in Pennsylvania, presently on the Board of Directors of AstraZeneca PLC; she was the president of Baxter Corporation of Mississauga from 1988 to 1992.

HORNER, Bob (1932-2008)
Former Mississauga West MP

HORODENKA, Mike
WWII veteran and Huron Park Recreation Centre employee

HORTON, Doug
Mississippi River adventurer
see HARMELINK, Andrew

HOULTON, Michael
Politician
see also CHARETTE, Michael

HOWARD, Donna
Erin Mills 1983 Citizen of the Year and Bicentennial Award winner

HRYNKIW, Leena
Morning Star Secondary School student chosen Queen of Hearts, 1980

HUGGINS, Tamar
Young Mississauga founder of a non-profit business wins the Young Entrepreneur Award from the Black Business and Professional Association Harry Jerome Awards

HUGHES, Frank
Obituary for Superintendent, Peel Board of Education, died 1991

HUGHES, Jim
Retired school principal, winner of the 2003 Sam McCallion Award for "Mississauga's Voluteer of the Year"

HUGHES, Tom
Peel Regional Police Inspector retires 1996

HUMPHREYS, Ted
Professor of Education and former member of Peel Board of Education

HUNTER, George (1921-2013)
Late professional documentary photographer

HUNTER, Shirley
Wife of Tommy Hunter

HUNTER, Tommy
Country & Western entertainer

HUSSEY, Ruth (1915-1984)
Late environmentalist, founder of the Rattray Marsh Protection Association, died 1984

 


I

IANNICCA, Nando
Ward 7 Councillor

IGLESIAS, Pablo
Top Ontario scholar, 1983

INGHAM, Jacob
Goalie with Mississauga Steelheads receives Dayna Brons Honorary Award on behalf of Hockey Gives Blood. Brons, an athletic therapist, died in the Humboldt bus crash

INGLETON, Ralph
Mississauga artist, working in soapstone, alabaster and marble

INMAN-EMERY, Bernice
Late Mississauga's "Bird Lady", died 2009, who worked with Roy Ivor at the Winding Lane Bird Sanctuary
see also Local Archives file: Winding Lane Bird Sanctuary

IRWIN, Andrew
Second World War veteran and Port Credit resident recovnized as Mississauga' Citizen of the year for his volunteerism in schools

IRWIN, Billy
Professional boxer

IRWIN, Stephen (1939-2019)
Noted architect, Stephen Irwin, a partner in the firm Shore Tilbe Irwin +Partners, who died March 5, 2019, designed many distinctive buildings in Mississauga, including the Central Library which opened in 1991

IVANY, Tina
Former editor, The Mississauga News, appointed 1977

IVOR, Roy (1880-1979)
Late ornithologist, author and member of the Order of Canada
see also Local Archives file: Winding Lane Bird Sanctuary


J

JACKSON, Chuck
Former Port Credit resident, musician, and founder of the Southside Shuffle

JACKSON, Gordon (1889-1989)
Late lawyer and first Chairman of Mississauga Hospital

JACKSON, Lois
Wife of Russ Jackson, former Toronto Argonaut head coach

JAILALL, Peter
Mississauga resident, retired teacher and published poet, originally from Guyana

JAMES, Ian
Long jumper

JAMES, Tailor
22 year old the Miss June 2003 centrefold in Playboy Magazine

JAMIESON, Dorothy
Female auxiliary member, Royal Air Force

JANNETTA, Louis (1928-2013)
Obituary for long-time Mississauga resident and famous maître d' of the Fairmont Royal York's Imperial room for 50 years, died 2013

JANSEN, Rudie
Obituary for late teacher and political activist, killed in accident 1976

JELILIAN, Jack
Mississauga painter of historical landmarks

JENKINS, Charlie
Obituary for former municipal politician, died 1996

JENNER, Jada
Mississauga teenager, who has had a leg amputated because of osteosarcoma, is determined to continue playing basketball

JOHNSON, Bill
Mississauga travel author

 

JOHNSTON, Annie May
Late Malton resident who preserved Malton history in paintings and quilts

JOHNSTON, Bob
Former Director of Realty Services, City of Mississauga

JOHNSTON, Brian
Former Executive Assistant to Mayor Hazel McCallion

JOHNSTON, Burt
Late owner of the Streetsville IGA, was involved in many Streetsville community projects, such as the Bread and Honey Festival

JOHNSTON, Vic
Late Streetsville long-time public servant and co-founder of the Streetsville Arena and Community Centre named after him

JONES, Andrew
In 1997 11 year old scout, Andrew Jones, rescued a five year old boy who had fallen into Lake Simcoe

JONES, Dr. Dick
Officer of the Order of Canada and former President of the Canadian Council of Christians and Jews

JONES, Donna
Co-chair of the Cancer Society in the Streetsville area and wife of former MPP, Terry Jones

JONES, Terry
Former Mississauga North MPP who held several posts in government; later pleaded guilty to theft charges
see also: Local Archives file: Jones, Terry

JONES, Trevor
Young Mississauga actor, accepted to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, in Manhattan, N. Y.

JORDAAN, Bernard
Long-time Mississauga resident receives the Ontario Seniors Achievement Award from Lt.-gov. Elizabeth Dowdeswell

JOSHI, Kundan
Mississauga resident, winner of the RBC Entrepreneur Award, one of RBC top 25 Canadian immigrants of 2018

JOSHUA, Peter
Mississauga native returns home as new director of Peel District School Board

JOYCE, Lorne (1926-2013)
Late Port Credit retired optometrist and historian of the Great Lakes
see also: Local Archives file: Joyce, Lorne

JULITA, Sandro
Obituary for restaurateur, owner of Piatto, the restaurant in Erindale Village

JUPP, Alex (1927-2018)
Former Progressive Conservative MP for Mississauga North
see also: Local Archives: Jupp, G. Alex


K

KAIN, Karen
Former principal dancer, present Artistic Director, National Ballet of Canada, Companion in the Order of Canada

KALOYANOVA, Nadia
Rhythmic gymnastics coach

KANEFF, Ignat
Developer and philanthropist
see also: Local Archives file, KANEFF, Ignat

KANTAROFF, Maryon
Sculptor and lecturer

KARL, Rudolf
An immigrant from what is now the Czech Republic, Rudolf Karl settled in Streetsville where he farmed and planted the woodlot now known as Sugar Maple Woods

KASSAM, Shama
Mississauga resident and trained dancer, Shama Kassam, joins cast of "Roots: a journey through India"

KEARY, C. Douglas
Professional Engineers Citizenship Award winner, 1990

KEAST, Arlyn
Former Area Representative, Park Royal Community Association

KEELER, Stuart
Former curator of the Art Gallery of Mississauga and Manager of Museums of Mississauga leaving for new post as senior curator with TD Bank Art Collection

KELLETT, Ivor
Former Rector's Warden, St. Hilary's Anglican church and District Scout Commissioner

KELLY, John
Founder, Cadet Organization Police School

KELSALL, Bill
Author and management consultant

KENDALL, Roly
Late Mississauga artist, founder of Visual Arts Mississauga, died 1996

KENNEDY, Arthur
Member of a noted Mississauga family: the Kennedys. He was formerly water manager for the Toronto Township. Arthur has a water system plant located in Lakeview named after him

KENNEDY, Doug (1916-2003)
Late South Peel MPP and Chief Government Whip for PC Party
see also: Local Archives file: KENNEDY, Doug

KENNEDY, Evelyn (1890-1985)
Matriarch of Kennedy family which included local politicians, Doug and Harold

KENNEDY, Harold
Late Ward 1 councillor and Chairman, Credit Valley Conservation

KENNEDY, Thomas Laird (1878-1959)
Former Premier of Ontario and long-time Minister of Agriculture
see also: Local Archives file: KENNEDY, Thomas Laird

KENT, Bill
Former Chairman, Peel Board of Education and Director of Admission, University of Toronto

KERR, Jane
Gold medal swimmer, Commonwealth Games, 1986

KEVAN, Annie
Dressmaker, celebrating 100th birthday, 1977

KEYSER, John
Mississauga lawyer and community builder, recipient of a Lifetime Business Achievement Award from the Mississauga Board of Trade, April 2012

KHALID, Iqra
Immigrant lawyer and politician Iqra Khalid on being ambitious, ethno-cultural and female in Canada

KHAN, Arshad
Pakistani-Canadian filmmaker from Mississauga presents his documentary, 'Abu', on the perils of being a gay-identifying Pakistan-Muslim Canadian

KHAN, Gulmehek
Twelve year old Mississauga poet, whose family came to Canada from Dubai, launches her first book of prose, "Flowers"

KING, Barry
Former Superintendent, Peel Regional Police

KINGSFORD, Fred
Founder, HMCS Haida Sea Cadets and Streetsville councillor

KITCHEN, Ruth
Community volunteer, Citizen of the Year 1985, and former vice-president, Lansing Buildall

KIVELL, Bruce
Late Chief of the Mississauga Police, died 1999

KLAPECKI, Dave
Photographer

KLAR, Estee
Former assistant curator, Civic Centre Art Gallery (now Art Gallery of Mississauga)

KOLB, Emil
Former Chair, Region of Peel, 2010-2014

KONKLE, Bill
Police officer and decorated Dieppe veteran

KOOL, Pieter
Rotary member and President of the Travelogue Association of North America, he organizes various events such as Ribfest and Shakespeare in the Park

KORTLAND, Patricia
Author and historian

KORZEKWA, Jan
Former plant manager of the Lakeview Generating Station; part of the Lakeview Trail named after him

KRONSCHNABL, Rose-Marie
Canadian Gospel Music Association soloist of the year

KUCHARSKI, Zigi
Commercial artist, best known for his astronomical works

KUHNS, Marion
Obituary October 1997 for co-founder of the Peel Branch of the Ontario Humane Society

KUSENDOVA, Natalia
Mississauga resident and registered nurse, runner-up in nomination for Mississauga Centre, is chosen by the PCs to replace Tanya Granic Allen as candidate.

KWONG, Bernice
Artist, Chinese brush paintings

 


L

LABAS, Marvin
Painter and metal sculptor

LADELL, John (1924-1997) and Monica (died 1994)
Late authors awarded Ontario Bicentennial Awards of Merit for literary contribution to agricultural history

LADNER, Cobi
Streetsville native who served eighteen years as editor-in-chief of Canadian House & Garden magazine is moving on to other challenges.

LANE, Donna
Former Ward 8 councillor and supporter of Arthritis Society

LANGER, Peter (1916-2009)
Obituary for H. Peter Langer, developer, whose signature project was Meadowvale, "one of the first and most successful integrated or 'planned' communities in North America"

LANK, Herbert H. (1904-1986)
Obituary July 1986 for former chairman of Mississauga-based Du Pont Canada Inc.

LA PIERRE, Tom (1930-2010)
Late artist

LAPP, Eula
Late Port Credit author of Loyalist and Palatine history, "To Their Heirs Forever"

LARSEN, Beatrice
Golden Poet Award winner

LAUGHTON, Donald T.
Community worker and 1990 Citizen of the Year

LAUMANN, Silken
Rower, Olympic medalist, world champion and Canada's 1991 Athlete of the Year

LAURIN, Camille
Mississauga artist receives a loan from Rise Asset Development, funded by the Business Development of Canada (BDC)

LAWLESS, Bill
Recipient of the 2013 Sam McCallion Volunteer of the Year award

LAWN, Cecil
Founding member, Learn and Live Friendship Club for seniors

LAWRENCE, Lewis
Obituary for the Past President of the Mississauga Central Lions Club and 1995 Citizen of the Year, died 2011, who spearheaded the farmers' market at Square One

LAWRENCE, Margaret (1914-1998)
Obituary Fall 1998 for Margaret Lawrence, founding member of Mississauga Heritage Foundation, and key person in the development of the Bradley Museum

LEACH, Dennis
Former teacher and football coach, Port Credit Secondary School

LEAVERS, Helen
Long-time resident celebrated her 105th birthday in 1968

LE BLANC, Father Philip
Former priest at St. Dominic's Church and community services leader

LEEDER, Terry
Writer of Canadian historical works for young people

LEGER, Annick
Special Olympics athlete. Annick is the winner of six gold medals in rhythmic gymnastics at the Special Olympics

LEMIEUX, Nance
Former general manager, Square One Shopping Centre

LENYK, Ron
Former publisher, the Mississauga News, and present CEO of the Living Arts Centre

LEPAGE, Pat
Businesswoman

LE PAGE, Thomas Morley
Obituary for former realtor and past president of the Mississauga Real Estate Board, died 1995

LEPRICH, John
Former Royal Canadian Air Force fighter pilot in World War II; first Canadian to bring down a Messerschmitt 262

LEQUYERE, Tracy
Founder, "Beat the Street" literacy program, awarded Order of Canada 1990

LESLIE, Margaret
Chairman, Red Cross Emergency Services and 1980 Citizen of the Year

LESNIOWSKI, Miroslaw
Cameraman

LEUSZLER, Winifred Roach (1926-2004)
Obituary for Winifred Roach, a native of Port Credit, who was the first Canadian to swim the English Channel on August 16, 1951

LEWIS, Chuck
Artist

LEWIS, Dave
Teacher and photographer

LEYNER, Gun
Mississauga artist

LI, Joyce
Brampton resident, Joyce Li, who works for Baybridge Counselling Centre in Mississauga, is shortlisted for an award in the 2014 Word Awards sponsored by The Word Guild

LIANG, Kaitlyn
Local archer, UTM student, recognized as Mississauga Toyota Athlete of the Month

LICZYK, Wanda
Former treasurer, North York

LIGHTFOOT, Thomas W. (1904-1968)
Obituary for late former businessman and active member of Christ's Church, Clarkson

LIMBERGER, Claude
Mississauga author

LINTON, Isabella
Life-long volunteer and 1978 winner,Ontario Medal for Good Citizenship and Canadian Silver Jubilee Medal

LIPSCOMBE, Fred
Meadowvale artist

LIU, Sima
Erin Mills resident stars in CBC show "Kim's Convenience", as well as in NBC show "Taken"

 

LIVESEY, Bob
Teacher and textbook author

LOEK, Fred (1948-2015)
Long-time photographer with the Mississauga News, winner of the 1993 Media Photo of the Year, retired 2014

LONDON, Michael
Playwright

LONGO FAMILY
Well known founders of the Longo grocery chain awarded the second annual Davis Family Award by Catholic Family Services Peel Dufferin

LONGO, Gus
One of the founders of the Longo's grocery chain, brother of the late tom Longo, opens latest store at Applewood Village

LONGO, TOM (1934-2011)
Obituary, 2011, for the patriarch and founder of the Longo Grocery chain, which includes three locations in Mississauga

LOO, Jason
Comic artist and Mississauga Library staff member launches a new comic series, The Pitiful Human-Lizard

LOPEZ, Leonardo
Artist

LORING, Rex (1925-2017)
Mississauga resident and CBC broadcast journalist, retires 1990

LOVE, Jerry
Former Director of Community Services, City of Mississauga

LOVELL, Jocelyn (1950-2016)
Champion cyclist, paralyzed in accident

LOWE, Arthur
Obituary for feature writer, the Mississauga News, died 1968

LOWNDES, Joan
Artist

LUMMISS, Gordon
Late former Clerk of the Township of Toronto, died 1970

LUNDGREN, David
Obituary for late former nurseryman of Lorne Park, died 1966

LUPIEN, Tabitha
Actress, acted in "Who's Talking Now?" and "Hairspray", has been acting since age 3

LYCHAK, Doug
Former City manager, Mississauga

LYNN, Barbara
Dufferin-Peel Roman Catholic Separate School Board Superintendent, first woman elected vice-resident of the Ontario Catholic Supervisory Officers' Association, 1987