Special thank you to the compassionate staff of both Grand River Hospital and Hospice Wellington for all the love and care given to Paul. Beloved husband of Joan Spooner (nee: Wert) of Chalk River.

At Pembroke Regional Hospital on Sunday, March 25, 2012. Loving father of Christopher Spooner and his late wife Lynne of Greely, Jennifer Potvin and her husband Ken of Timmins and Jeff Spooner of Chalk River.

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Jamie Andrews Jamie Andrews is Head of Modern Literary Manuscripts at the British Library, and has published on British Drama and the History of Collecting.

His most recent publications include '"The Bourgeoisie is Puking up Pinter": Digesting Pinter in Paris', in (Oberon, 2009).

Chris Beckett Chris Beckett is an archivist at the British Library, where he catalogues western manuscript and music manuscript collections. She has been a researcher for the Sloane Printed Books Project and in August 2011 took up a post as the Fulbright Robertson Visiting Professor of British History in Westminster College, Missouri. D., 'Isaac Williams (1802-1865), the Oxford Movement and the High Churchmen: a study of his theological and devotional writings' at Bangor University in 2009 and has subsequently published articles on the history of the Oxford Movement.

He has worked at Lambeth Palace Library and during 2013 was responsible for cataloguing the Dawson Turner collection of printed ephemera at the British Library.

In recent years, she has published several articles, mostly focusing on the interaction between artists and poets who belonged to London's close-knit circle of intellectuals during the Second World War.

Federico Botana Federico Botana is an art historian whose research focuses on late medieval and Renaissance Italian manuscripts. from The Courtauld Institute of Art, he worked on the project 'Manuscript Egerton 1500: Histories and Genealogies' at the University of Reading.Francisco José Álvarez López Francisco José Álvarez López completed his Ph.D., ‘A Comparative Analysis of the Palaeography of the Manuscripts Containing the Æthelwoldian Version of the written in England’ at the University of Manchester in 2010.He has published on a number of topics related to early Medieval English manuscripts and history.He works at the Institute of Historical Research (School of Advanced Study – University of London) and is currently researching on early bilingual books.In memoriam donations to the Pembroke Regional Hospital Foundation or charity of choice would be gratefully appreciated. Interment to follow at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Burlington.