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Subject: [CAN-BC-OBITS] Part 2 Jul 27, 2002 Vancouver
Date: Sat, 27 Jul 2002 11:36:29 -0700


LUKACS _ John David, born January 1st, 1914 in Taber, Alberta. Passed away at his
wonderful care home of six years; The Royal Ascot Care Centre. He is predeceased by his
loving wife Dorothy. Survived by two sons; Ken (Dianna), Brian (Christine). Two
grandchildren; Cory and Kristina as well as many brothers and sisters. During World War
II John served his country in the Navy as Chief Petty Officer in charge of the engine
room. John worked for the city of Vancouver for 32 years as a heavy duty mechanic and
later retired in Gibsons, British Columbia. He was a loving parent and a faithful friend
who gave generously to those in need. A service of remembrance was held on Thursday,
July 18, 2002 at Fraser Heights Funeral Home, 14835 Fraser Highway, Surrey, British
Columbia. Donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be greatly appreciated.
FRASER HEIGHTS - 604- 589-2559

MACKINTOSH _ Margaret Elizabeth. Born January 8th, 1917 passed away peacefully July
25th, 2002 in Delta Hospital. She is predeceased by her loving husband William John. She
will be greatly missed by brother Roy Bell; son Don (Patti) and grandchildren Megan and
Donny; daughters Joan Hull and Cathy Bigmore (Bill) and grandson Matthew. The family is
saying good-bye to their Mom in a private ceremony at Cordova Bay, Vancouver Island. A
very special place to her and the family.

MacLEOD _ Lawrence Hugh. Born August 29, 1918 in Victoria, B.C. Passed away July 15,
2002. Predeceased by wife of over fifty years, Rose August 7, 2001. He is lovingly
remembered as a dedicated caregiver by children Susan, Mark (Alison), Brian (Dianna) and
grandchildren Matthew, Megan, Lacy, Alexander, Clinton and Kailey. No service by
father's request. A special thanks to the compassionate and caring staff at Royal
Columbian Hospital. If so desired, in lieu of flowers, a donation may be made to the
Heart and Stroke Foundation or a charity of one's choice. He will be sadly missed.

McCAULEY _ Hubert Roderick (Roy): Born August 14, 1929 on Puddle Alley, Strabane, Co.
Tyrone, N. Ireland; died peacefully on Friday, July 26, 2002 in Palliative Care at St.
Paul's Hospital in Vancouver, B.C. Lovingly remembered by his wife, Grace; children Jack
(Betty), Janet (Paul), Becky (John); 6 grandchildren: Owen, Scott, Marla, Kevin,
Kathleen and Lauren; brothers Jerry (Maggie) and Columba in Strabane and many nieces and
nephews in Strabane and around the world. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in
Roy's memory to Palliative Care at St. Paul's Hospital in Vancouver, BC. Special thanks
to the caring staff in St. Paul's Palliative Ward _ your thoughtfulness meant more than
words can say. No service by request.

McKERNAN _ Reginald (RCM Police, Superintendent, retired) passed away peacefully at the
age of 82 on July 6th, 2002 in West Vancouver, B.C. He was predeceased by his loving
wife, Betsy (Lilian Margaret Gowans) in 1995. Survived by his children, Michael
(Merrell-Ann Phare), Patrick (Lucille), Geraldine (Christopher Freund), Dennis (Nana),
Maureen, Kevin (Dana Maida) and Timothy (Linda) and nine grandchildren. He will be
fondly missed by his dear friend, Bunny Chapple and brother Frank in Toronto and his
good friend, Allyn Bruce of North Vancouver. Born in Toronto, Ontario, he joined the
force in 1941 and served proudly for 35 years in B.C., Manitoba and Ontario. He will be
greatly missed and lovingly remembered for his strong faith, integrity and charm. A
special thank you to all the wonderful staff at Hollyburn House. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made to the Canadian Hard of Hearing Association, North Shore Branch,
600 West Queens Rd, North Vancouver, B.C. V7N 2L3. Funeral Mass was held at 11:00 am,
Friday, July 12th, 2002 at St. Edmund's Catholic Church, 545 Mahon St, North Vancouver,
B.C. Hollyburn Funeral Home 604-922-1221

NISHI _ Hiroshi, born July 6th, 1910 - passed away peacefully July 25th, 2002 at
Richmond Minoru Residence. Predeceased by brother Masao, sister Sumi, and brother-in-law
Kazuichi Sakai. Survived by loving family - wife Shizuko, sons Joe, Albert and
daughter-in-law Isabel, Henry, daughter Itoko and son-in-law Roy Akune, grandchildren
Aaron, Scott, Bobby, and Natalie, sisters Shizue Kawabata of Japan, and Minako (Yasuo
Nakano), brothers Shigeo (Hideko), Yukio (Iyoko), Kunio (Yoshiko), Takeshi (Emiko), Isao
(Kayoko), and their families, all of Richmond. Funeral service Tuesday, July 30th, 2002,
at 11:00 am at Steveston Buddhist Temple, 4360 Garry St., Richmond, officiated by Rev.
Yasuo Izumi and Bishop Orai Fujikawa. Family wishes to thank Dr. Allan Horii and the
staff of Minoru Residence for their kind and loving care.

O'DONNELL _ Gladys, after a short stay at Kelowna General Hospital passed away
peacefully on July 2, 2002. Gladys was born in Tugaske, Sask., July 10, 1927.
Predeceased by her loving husband John Andrew. She will be sadly missed and forever
remembered by Kenneth Wayne and Micheline, Leslie Patrick and Patricia, Karon Marlene
and Kris. Grandchildren Stefany, Michael and Brian and her great-granddaughter Amber.
Brothers and sisters, May and Cecil, Hilda and Harold, Anne and Ernie, Don and Glennis
Marie. On Saturday, August 24, 2002, we will be celebrating Gladys' life. Please join us
from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM. at Newlands Golf and Country Club, 21025 - 48th. Avenue,
Langley, BC. In lieu of flowers a donation to the charity of your choice would be
appreciated.

ODAMURA _ Naraye (nee Sakai) Born September 2, 1911 in Steveston, BC _ Passed away
peacefully at Burnaby General Hospital on July 21, 2002. She is survived by her loving
husband of 66 years, Toshio; sons, Richard (Barbara), Arthur (Akemi), and David
(Janice); daughters, Amy (Akio) Momotani, Lillian (Doug) Ozaki, and Maureen (Ian)
Robertson; 10 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren and brothers Yasuo (Chieko) and
Iwakazu. Sincere thanks to staff at The Royal Arch Masonic Home and to staff of C4
Ward-Burnaby General Hospital. Private family services were held on July 25, 2002 at
Ocean View Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers or 'koden' donations may be made to a
charity of your choice.

PATZIG _ Ruth Evelyn Muriel (nee Allan) born in Nelson, BC, March 19, 1917. Passed away
peacefully July 16, 2002, at Royal Ascot Care Centre, Vancouver, BC. Survived by
brother, David (Robina) of White Rock and sister-in-law, Marion Allan (nee Smith) of
Victoria, nephews Hugh and Leonard and nieces Llyn, Wendi, Sheilaigh, Heather and
Elizabeth. A memorial service will be held in August at Ryerson United Church with ashes
to be interred beside husband "Pat" Herman Patzig in Ryerson Memorial Garden. Vancouver
Crematorium Services.

PEET _ Ernest Leonard. Born May 28th, 1926 in Vancouver, B.C. - left us July 10th, 2002
after a 5 day stay in Ridge Meadows Hospital. Survived by his best friend and wife of 52
years Margaret; also 3 sons Michael (Donalee), Randy (Nicola), and Douglas;
grandchildren Brandon, Hayley and Nicholas, Amanda, and Ashley; and 2 special
semi-adopted sons Rob Murray, and Rodney Weleschuk. Len had a great love for the game of
golf, and he found great pleasure in the friends he made during a 27 year membership at
Pitt Meadows Golf Course, and a further 6 years at the Mission Golf Club. Len was a
Registered Industrial Accountant. He ended his career in 1988 on retirement from
Kelly-Douglas. In lieu of flowers, a donation to Ridge Meadows Hospital Foundation would
be appreciated.

PETERSON _ Raymond Arnold, passed away suddenly at home on July 11, 2002 with his wife
June and granddaughter Amber at his side. Born in New Westminster on January 12, 1925,
Raymond (Pete, Ray) will be missed by his wife of 51 years June, mother Sally, son Chris
(Marlene), daughter Denise (Andre'), grandchildren, Charlie, Rhett, Jill June, Blake and
Amber. Raymond lived most of his life in Sointula where he worked in logging as a young
man and then in many facets of the fishing industry until his retirement. He was very
active in the community and leaves a huge gap in the routine of many people who looked
forward to their daily chat with this kind and friendly man. He served in the army, was
a U.F.A.W.U. member, was a long time president of the Sointula Co-op board, a Sointula
Credit Union board member and a very helpful member of the Sointula Excelsior Club. He
loved island life, favorite activities were cutting firewood on the beach and crabbing
on the flats with his beloved dog, Darby. A memorial will be held in the Sointula
Community Hall on Thursday, August 15th, 2002.

PFEFFERKORN _ Alfred Max born in Chemnitz Germany on March 15, 1927. Passed away
suddenly, July 3, 2002 in Burnaby. Alfred was predeceased by his wife Helga in 1991 and
his sisters Irmgard and Sonja and brother Werner in Germany. Survived by brothers Rudi
(May) of Port Moody and Heinz (Inge) of Essen Germany; his loving children Carol
Brimacombe (Gordon) of Burnaby and son Gary (Susan) of Prince Rupert; his grandchildren
Samuel, Benjamin, Max, Sean and Joseph as well as numerous nieces and nephews in BC and
Germany. Interment service was held at Forest Lawn Funeral Home in Burnaby on July 10,
2002. Alfred was profoundly involved in the lives of his family and will be deeply
missed by all those who knew and loved him. He was a loving husband, supporting father,
a devoted brother, uncle and a wonderful grandfather. In lieu of flowers donations may
be made to the BC Heart and Stroke Foundation.

POWELL _ Alan Thomas Rees. Died at home in Toronto on Wednesday, July 17, 2002, after a
courageous battle with Hepatitis C, contracted from a blood transfusion in 1986.
Survived by one sister, Ann Powell, and one aunt, Ida Brown, both much treasured in
Wells, Som., England. Remarkable, eccentric, beloved, he was an activist and innovator,
tireless in organizing the Stop Spadina campaign, and the Hepatitis C Survivors'
Society, which he founded in 1994. Born in London, England, in 1938, he received a B.A.
in sociology at the University of Toronto. He brought typical energy and enthusiasm to
his appointment as one of the first faculty members at the new Erindale College, where
he began its collection of modern Canadian art. His textbook, The City, Attacking Modern
Myths (1972), was widely used. Invigorated by new challenges, he opened the Major
Roberts restaurant in Toronto, where poetry readings accompanied the cuisine. Most
recently, he was researching his Welsh ancestry and, interested in community lore to the
end, entrusted his family's furnishings and artifacts to Tredegar House, Newport, South
Wales. Academic, teacher, restaurateur, art-lover, party-giver extraordinaire, he leaves
scores of friends around the world, for whom - and for whose children - his sympathy,
imagination and generosity never failed, and in whom he inspired much devotion. "I was
ever a fighter, so - one fight more, The best and the last!" The funeral will take place
at St. Thomas's Anglican Church, 383 Huron Street (south of Bloor) on Tuesday, July 30,
2002 at 4 o'clock. Funeral arrangements in charge of Aftercare Cremation & Burial
Service, 416-440-8878.

REEDMAN _ Isabelle, Milne (November 29, 1925 July 24, 2002) passed away suddenly at the
age of 76. Isabelle was predeceased in 2000 by Kenneth, her husband of 54 years and
earlier by her brother Bob and sister Rhoda. She is survived by her sister Dorothy Bate
and sister-in-law Betty Elrick and by her immediate family, daughter Judy (Bob)
Hagenbuck, son Rob (Deb) Reedman, son Bill (Linda) Reedman, daughter Rhoda (Marilynn)
Reedman, grandchildren Leslie (Blaine), Dean, Lance (Julie), Stacey (Brian), Curtis,
David, Amanda, Amy, Jordan, Martin (Clare) and great-grandchildren Jackson, Megan, Kaden
and Jaren. Isabelle lived life to the fullest. She was a passionate reader and writer
and loved painting, bridge and golf. She was an enthusiastic church member and volunteer
but her greatest treasure was her family. She will be sadly missed by them and her vast
circle of friends. A memorial service will be held on Monday, July 29, 2002 at 11:00 am.
at Queens Ave. United Church, 529 Queens Ave., New Westminster, B.C. In lieu of flowers,
please make a donation in Isabelle's memory to the Canadian Diabetes Association or the
Multiple Sclerosis Society.

RURA _ Stella, age 83 years passed away on July 16th, 2002 in Surrey Memorial Hospital.
Stella was born in Poland and immigrated to Manitoba in 1947. She resided in Winnipeg
from 1950-1976 later moving to the Fraser Valley area where she has spent the remainder
of her years. Stella is predeceased by her husband Kazimerz (1981). She is survived by
her son John. A Funeral Mass will be held on Tuesday, July 29th at 10:00 a.m. at
Precious Blood Catholic Parish, l7475-59th Avenue, Cloverdale. Prayers will be also
offered at the church on Monday, July 29th at 7:00 p.m. Interment to follow in the
Garden of Gethsemani. FRASER HEIGHTS 604-589-2559

SCOTT _ Ivor Eugene. 1911-2002. Ivor lived a passionate creative life as a husband,
father, athlete, artist, poet, dancer, teacher and war veteran. A Christian of Irish
descent. Survived by his wife, Irene, son Brian and daughter Beverley. Predeceased by
his brother Norman, and his sister Vera. Lovingly remembered. Private service.

SCOTT _ Karen Reta passed away peacefully on Thursday, July 25th, 2002 in Maple Ridge,
B.C. Born August 10th, 1945. Survived by her husband Doug; son Troy; daughter Shawna and
son-in-law Tony. Also survived by sister Karna (Bill); brother Wally (Cathy). She will
be greatly missed by all her relatives and friends. Service will be held Monday, July 29
at 11:00 AM. in the Maple Ridge Funeral Chapel, 11969 - 216th Street. In lieu of
flowers, donations can be made to the Fraser Valley Cancer Agency, 13750 - 96th Ave.,
Surrey, B.C. V3V 1Z2.

SIMPSON _ Gary Franklin. September 4, 1946 - July 23, 2002. After a lengthy history of
heart disease, Gary was taken from us by cancer. He will be sadly missed by his family
and many friends. Predeceased by his parents, Mil and Frank Simpson, brother Bob.
Survived by his partner Jason Chalmers; only sibling, Sharen Kettles (George); nieces
and nephews Tracey (Lorne) Hughes, Shelley (Scott) Anderson, Darren Kettles, Mike
(Tracy) Kettles, great-nieces Courtney and Jane Anderson, Emily Hughes, Taylor, Danika
and Hayley Kettles. Special thanks to Pete, Vibeka and family and Gloria. Gary was very
active in the B.C.G.E.U., had a zest for life and an offbeat sense of humour. In lieu of
flowers, donations to the Delta Hospice Society or charity of your choice. There will be
no funeral service by request. A celebration of Gary's life to be held at a later date.
We will all miss you "Uncle Gary."

SMITH _ David L. M. December 14, 1933 - July 18th, 2002. On July 18th, 2002 suddenly and
unexpectedly, David L. M. Smith, (Dave), passed away at his home in Hope. He was a
uniquely special individual and we will hold his memory dearly in our hearts forever. He
is survived by his wife Nora, (Noni), his 3 children, Cameron, Debbie and Paul and 4
grandchildren, Anne, Daniel, Dawson and Gwen. Memorial Services will be held at a later
date to be announced. He was loved. He will be sorely missed.

SPENCER-JONES _ Susan Valerie passed away June 28th, 2002 after a short struggle with
cancer. Susan will be lovingly remembered by her husband Murray; daughters Sherie and
Collette (Matt); grandchildren Luke, Kate, Amber, Maggie, Malcolm and her brother Scott.
Susan was a mother, wife, professional, citizen of the world and artist in textiles,
paint and word. Acquaintances became friends and friends became family. Every day was
filled with adventure and the days ran out far too soon. Her passing will leave a large
void in everyone she touched. She will not soon be forgotten. Flowers declined, please
make a donation to the B.C. Cancer Agency.

STANLEY _ Jack passed away on July 23, 2002 at the age of 91 years. He is survived by
his brother Walter and many nieces and nephews. Jack was predeceased by his loving
partner Lucy; 2 sisters, Ann and Tillie and 2 brothers, Jim and Norman. A Memorial
Service will be held on Tuesday, July 30, 2002 at 11:00 a.m. in the Chapel of Forest
Lawn Funeral Home, 3789 Royal Oak, Burnbay, B.C with inurnment to follow. In lieu of
flowers, donations may be made in Jack's memory to the Canadian Diabetes Association.

STRECHEL _ Hans-Joachim, born on March 10, 1935 in Rotal, Germany, passed away
peacefully on July 22, 2002. He will be sadly missed by his loving wife Bertha,
relatives in Germany, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan, and by his many friends. A memorial
service will be held on Tuesday, July 30, 2002 at 2:00 pm at Burkeview Family Funeral
Care 1340 Dominion Ave, Port Coquitlam, B.C. In lieu of flowers, you may make a donation
to the Canadian Cancer Society.

SULLIVAN _ Lois, beloved wife for 56 years of Howard Sullivan, passed away in Delta, BC
on July 25, 2002. She will live on in the loving hearts of her three children, Sharon
(Del) Gerry, Bill Sullivan, Pat Sullivan (Liz); her five grandchildren, Christine,
Michael (Danielle), Colleen (Jarrett), Trevor, and Brent; and one great-grandson,
Mitchell - all of whom she cherished; and her sister Jean White; and brother, Jim
Beasom - both of who she always loved. Predeceased by grandson, Steven in 1995. Funeral
Service Monday, July 29, 2002 at 10:00 a.m. at St David's Anglican Church, 1115 51A
Street, Tsawwassen, B.C. Funeral arrangements in care of Delta Funeral Home. Delta
Funeral Home, 604-946-6040

TANNER _ (Cecil) Thomas. Born December 23rd, 1919 in Croydon, England - passed
peacefully on July 13th, 2002. Survived by his loving wife Barbara, children Christine
Bremner - husband Denis, Sandra Pavey - husband Colin, Mike Tanner - wife Patty,
grandchildren Lance and Leah Bremner, and Kirsty and Katie Pavey. Tom's humour, wry
smile and gentlemanly ways will by missed by family and friends. In memory, donations
can be made to St. Mary's Hospital or BC Lung Association.

TRINH _ Thanh Luong, passed away July 25th, 2002, 88 years of age. Survived by family
and friends. Funeral service will be held at Mount Pleasant Universal Funeral Home, on
Friday, August 2nd, 2002 at 11:00 am.

TSOUKALAS _ Constantine Basil, passed away July 23, 2002 in Burnaby General Hospital.
Born October 10, 1916 in Delta, BC. Survived by son Luke (Colleen) and daughter Connie
(Rick) and grandchildren Kathleen, Anthea and Elaine. Sisters, Helen and Mary.
Predeceased by his wife Joanna (Win) and also brothers Nick and John, sister Margaret.
Con was born into a Greek fishing family on Dease Island and spent the first part of his
life fishing the Fraser River, the West Coast and north coastal river. He and other men
of his day made their journeys in all weather with nothing more than a box compass, a
leadline and good common sense. When dad left fishing for a life ashore and to marry Win
and raise a family, he stayed true to his heritage through avid sports fishing and he
maintained a life long love of the sea and boats. His other passion was hunting which he
enjoyed for many years with five close friends and hunting partners: Gene V., George V.,
Bob C., George D. and Bob G. Dad had a quiet, competent way about him on the water and
in the woods. He was fiercely independent and maintained himself in his home of 35
years. In his later years be found great happiness in his three grandchildren. He always
had a story for them and us of the old days and his wisdom and wry sense of humor will
be greatly missed. May he find calm seas, quiet anchorages and unspoiled places. No
flowers please. In lieu of flowers, Dad would have appreciated donations in his memory
to Sunnyhill Hospital for Children in Vancouver. Prayers will be held Sunday, July 28,
2002 at 5:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the Delta Funeral Home, 5329 Ladner Trunk Rd., Delta.
A Funeral Service will be held Monday, July 29, 2002 at 11 a.m. In the Della Funeral
Home. Burial to follow in Boundary Bay Cemetery. Delta Funeral Home

UNDERHILL _ Frank Duncan. Passed away July 24th, 2002 at the age of 80 years. He was a
well known city chiropractor for over 40 years. Frank will be remembered with love by
his wife Dorothy, and twin sons Craig (Annette) of Warren, Maine; and Steve (Susie) of
Tucson, Arizona; and his 6 grandchildren. Frank fought in WWII. While fighting in Italy
with the Calgary Tank Regiment, he won the Military Metal of Honour for bravery in the
field. It was presented to him by King George at Buckingham Palace. Many thanks to the
Dr.'s and nurses at Vancouver Centennial for their support and care. Flowers gratefully
declined. No service by request. Friends so wishing may make a memorial donation to the
Heart & Stroke Foundation.

WILDMAN _ Gregory Alan. Originally from Edmonton Greg passed away peacefully at his home
in Vancouver on the morning of July 13, 2002 at the age of 41. Greg was predeceased by
his mother Catherine (Kay) and father Robert. Greg is survived by his loving partner
Brad Chase, his brothers, Ron (Karen), Rick, Randy (Connie), and several nieces and
nephews. Greg was very fortunate to spend his last evening laughing and entertaining
with some of the people he loved and who loved him, Brad Chase, Chris Danchuk, Ian
Williams, Sally Dyck, Jim Frosier, Andrew Polednik and Darren Martens, unfortunately
Mark Jeanes could not be present. A Celebration of Greg' Life was held in Vancouver:
July 19, 12:00 - 3:00 pm at The Oasis Pub. Flowers respectfully declined. A donation to
AIDS Vancouver in memory of Greg would be greatly accepted. Please include Greg's name
so all proceeds will go to the Greg Wildman Arts and Entertainment Trust Fund. Walkey &
Company Funeral Directors 604-738-0006

WILLIAMSON/LESSARD _ Douglas Frank Williamson and Gisele Lessard will be greatly missed
by their children: Deborah of Pemberton, B.C. and Claude of Calgary, Alberta. Douglas
passed away in Acapulco, Mexico on November 11, 2001 at age 70. Gisele passed away on
August 1,2001 in Montreal, Quebec at age 71. A memorial service for both will be held at
Cecil Greens Park at U.B.C. on Tuesday, August 6, at 11:30 AM. (604-894-6067)

WILSHER _ Annie passed away July 18, 2002 in her 92nd year at St. Joseph's Hospital,
Comox, B.C. Predeceased by her husband Stan and eldest son Bill. Survived by sons,
Stanley, Frank, Richard, Jack and Cecil. Daughters-in-law, Janice, Marlene and June.
Fourteen grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren. No service by Annie's request. If
memorial gift, Annie requests that Donation can be made to the Variety Club of B.C.,
4300 Still Creek Drive, Burnaby, B.C., V5C 9Z9.

WOODSIDE _ Paul. June 30, 2002. Passed away quietly at his home in Port Moody, British
Columbia in his 79th year in the loving arms of his wife Beryl. Loving father to Iain,
Dawn, Glenice, Debbie, Dedee, Stuart, Trevor, and Shari. Loving grandfather to Shane,
Courtney, Terry, Kristopher, Avery, Sawyer, Andrew, Bradley, Brenda, Linda, and Maria.
Great- grandfather to Tori and Charlie. Always in our hearts and proudly in our souls.
Family and friends will fondly remember Paul as a man who found, travelled and completed
all aspects of his life with intense dignity entirely as he chose. A gentle mentor of
great wisdom, integrity and strength. He proudly served his country 40 years in war and
peace serving 26 years in a distinguished military career and 14 years on the home front
with the Canadian Penitentiary Service. Laid to rest at Valley View Memorial, Surrey,
B.C. July 6, 2002 on a beautiful sunny day under the eyes of God. Sadly missed by his
family and many friends coast to coast whom he touched with a spirit of great kindness.
Donations in remembrance of Paul to the Canadian Heart and Stroke Foundation.

ZAHND _ Ingrid Lydia "Ingy" passed away peacefully on July 24, 2002, at the age of 49.
Predeceased by her father Ernest and lovingly remembered by her mother Lydia, stepfather
John Mandziak, cousins Ingrid Palatin, Fred Penno, Erica Figueira, Hannelore Bath and
Gustav Schneider from B.C., and cousins Erika Stoyke and Edith Zeipelt from Germany.
Special thanks to the Staff of the B.C. Cancer Agency and the Simon Fraser Health Region
Continuing Care Services for their caring and compassion. A Celebration of Ingrid's Life
will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, July 30, 2002, at First Memorial Funeral
Services, 1505 Lillooet Road, North Vancouver, BC. Donations may be sent in lieu of
flowers to the B.C. Cancer Foundation
Langley Times
ZACHARIAS: Jake - passed away peacefully, July 21, 2002 at Langley Memorial Hospital,
surrounded by his family after having fought a courageous battle with cancer. He is
survived by his loving wife of 37 years, Thelma; sons Mark and Darren; daughter-in-law
Lisa; grandsons Jesse and Jacob. He will be greatly missed by eight brothers and
sisters; Johann, Aganeta, Maria, Liese, Peter, Tina, Helen and Henry, and many nieces,
nephews and friends. Jack was a devoted husband and father; talented carpenter and
builder in Langley and an avid hockey fan. A memorial service will be held Monday, July
29 at 11:00
am at South Langley Mennonite Brethren Church, 20098 22 Avenue, Langley. In lieu of
flowers, donations to the Fraser Valley Cancer Clinic would be appreciated.

RAMBOLD: Agnes, passed away peacefully on July 18, 2002 at the age of 79 years. She is
survived by her loving family and many friends. Graveside service will be held at 1:00
pm on Tuesday, July 30, 2002 at Langley Lawn Cemetery, corner of 208th Street and 44th
Avenue, Langley. Personal Alternative Funeral Services 604-857-5779

SEREDIUK: John - born August 12, 1906 in Bukowina, Ukraine, passed away peacefully July
23, 2002 in Langley. He is lovingly remembered by his wife Daisy; daughters Victoria and
Rosie; son Allan (Lilli); 12 grandchildren; 13 great grandchildren; 2 great great
grandchildren; sisters Annie, Helen and Doris; and many other relative and friends. He
was predeceased by his first wife Irene in 1978 and grandson Gordon Hatchwell 1990. John
worked for CN Rail for 42 years before retiring in 1971. A funeral service will be held
Monday, July 29 at 1:00pm. at Henderson's Funeral Home, 20786 Fraser Highway, Langley.
In lieu of flowers, those who wish may make a donation to their favorite charity.

Vernon Morning Star
BONAR, LILLIAN MAY, a life-long resident of Vernon, passed away peacefully on July 19,
2002 in the Vernon Jubilee Hospital, at the age of 88 years. She was predeceased by her
husband Jim in 1970, her sister Martha, and her brother Art. Lillian is survived by
several nieces, nephews and extended family members. A Celebration of Life Service will
be held on Friday, July 26, 2002 at 2:00 p.m. in the Chapel of Vernon Funeral Home, with
Reverend Anita Desjardins officiating. Cremation. In lieu of flowers, donations in
Lillian's name may be made to the CT Scan Fund, c/o the Vernon Jubilee Hospital, 2101-32
Street, Vernon, B.C., V1T 5L2. Arrangements are in the care of VERNON FUNERAL HOME.
250-542-0155.

EAGLE, CHRISTINA MAINS (TINA), passed away peacefully July 17, 2002 in Lions Gate
Hospital, North Vancouver. Tina was born in Scotland September, 1909. With her family
she immigrated to the Vernon area where in both Lumby and Vernon she has resided for the
past 70 years. She was predeceased by her husband Albert in 1987. She is survived by her
daughters and their families, Ken and Katharine (Worth), James, Beth, Chris, David and
Kelly Basil and Sheila (Worth) Plumb Jonas and Christina. Thank you to Mike Hancock,
Rosella Harrod, Jim and Sandy Reed for their friendship and support. Thank you as
well to Dr. Ian Philp for his many years of professional care. There will be a family
gathering to celebrate Tina's life in September. "Grandma was fun and we'll miss her."

SKULMOSKI, JUDITH PORTER passed away unexpectedly on July 6, 2002. She was born March
17, 1946. During her childhood, Judith lived in Kelso, Saskatchewan. She married Charles
Skulmoski of Fairlight, and the family moved to Vernon in 1968. She spent most of her
life in the Vernon area, working at Safeway and in their house construction business.
Judith loved rural living, hunting, gardening, and landscaping. She enjoyed working on
the plans for the house on the acreage where she lived for many years. She is survived
by 3 children, Traci from Campbell River, Chuck Jr., and Luke of Toronto, 3 sisters,
Diane (Bill) Garbutt of Abbotsford, Debbie (Ward) Eastland of Medicine Hat and Karen
(Rob) of Saskatoon, many nieces and nephews. Judith was predeceased by Charles, who died
earlier this year. Following cremation, The families held private funeral services. May
Judith rest peacefully.

WALKER, WARREN CLAYTON, passed away suddenly on Sunday July 21, 2002 in Grand Forks,
British Columbia. He was born on May 25, 1965 in Calgary, Alberta and was 37 years of
age. Warren will be sadly missed by his mother Freda of Vernon, his fiancee Nancy Corbin
and her daughter Kayla of Prince George, BC; his sister Carly (Marcel) of Vernon, four
children, LeeAnn Marie Walker of 100 Mile House, Yvonne Lynn Walker of 100 Mile House,
Jolyn Ashley and Kelly Ann Walker, both of Prince George; his grandparents, Fred and
Mary Umpherville of Vernon, one nephew Jayden Raine Bouzane of Vernon, his father Bill
Walker of Edmonton. His beloved dog, Lady and cats, Frank and Philip will also miss his
company. Warren has worked in forestry since a young man. Although currently residing in
Prince George, following the work of forestry had temporarily taken him to Grand Forks.
He was raised in Williams Lake and graduated high school there. Immediately following
graduation, he was operating heavy equipment in the logging and forestry industry.
Warren was an outgoing and friendly young man who cherished his friends and was loyal to
all of them. A loving dad, Warren anticipated the precious time he was
able to spend with his girls. Although Warren was a big, husky hard working man, inside
was a gentle heart, with an enormous love of animals and nature. Visitation will be held
at Pleasant Valley Funeral Home on Friday July 26th, from 9:30 a.m. until 1:15 p.m.
Funeral service will be held on Friday July 26, 2002 at 1:30 p.m. from the Chapel of
Pleasant Valley Funeral Home with Reverend Arthur Gans officiating. Internment will
follow at Pleasant Valley Cemetery. Friendship and loyalty was an important part of
Warren's life, and so his friends an co-workers will act as Pallbearers. A reception
will follow the service in the Pleasant Valley Tea Room. Those friends wishing to make
memorial contributions in memory of Warren may do so to the Vernon and District Animal
Care Society Box 1564 Vernon, V1T 8C2. Arrangements are entrusted to PLEASANT VALLEY
FUNERAL HOME. 250-542-4333.




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