We lost far too many good people in 2020 and I will get to that in a moment.
First, I understand Quinte Health Care is not testing doctors and nurses for the coronavirus.
If true, it seems bizarre when they are treating people and might pass the virus along or could catch it from a patient and not realize it.
The policy should change and at a bare minimum, tests should be conducted once a week.
On the subject of good people who died last year, I will start with Ron Trumble – a great skittles snooker player, who died recently, and Roger LeBlanc, earlier in the year.
They were members of our snooker circle at the senior citizens club and we shared a lot of laughs. Our circle is now down to three. The first time we met at the club following Ron’s death in November was a sober experience and our little trio wondered, who is next? The club also lost Don Lefort who ran the snooker program.
Lucy Gorman did Mary Lou’s hair and mine, too. She was a hairdresser seemingly forever in Trenton. And if you wanted to know what was going on in Trenton, patrons just asked Lucy.