Canada’s Capital A’s devotes this area of our Web site to those members who have passed away. Several were instrumental in the formation of our club, many attended our events and tours and all contributed much time and effort to make CCA’s what it is today.
Rene Chatelaine (on right ) receives a trophy presented by Nick Nowlton
Simone Proulx passed in 2015. Pictured with her husband Real, our most senior and valued member of CCA's.
In December 2020 Real passed away at the age of 101. Both lived a life well lived and will be forever remembered.
Joe Bahro pictured with fellow member Al Cooper
Msgr. Leonard Lunney
MACIES, Edward "Ed" Mack
Bob restored his first Model A at 16. He attended the Ontario Forest Technical Training School in Dorset, Ontario to turn his love of the outdoors into a career. In 1975 Bob opened Booth Auto Restoration. He was a highly skilled craftsman, artisan and historian fashioning hot rods and full restorations from what most would consider scrap parts.