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From: Gloria White <>
Subject: [CAN-BC-OBITS] October 10, 2003 Vancouver BC
Date: Fri, 10 Oct 2003 07:27:45 -0700

Obituaries (10/10/03)
The Province notes the following deaths in today's paper BALLANCE BARKER BARR BORGSTAD

The Vancouver Sun notes the following deaths in today's paper BALLANCE BARR BORGSTAD

BALLANCE _ James Patrick, Patrick James, "Paterick" "Patty" "Poppa", friend. Born March
16, 1941, died October 5, 2003. Suddenly, tragically, too soon. Leaves devastated sons,
Michael and Danny (Alison); grandchildren, Jillian, Emily, Zac, Jake, Jordy and Dane;
brothers, Bill, Bob (Connie), Stan (Denise); his sister Dorothy (Andy); and many nieces
and nephews. Predeceased by father, mother and sister Leone. Longtime friends include
Shirley, "Treger", Sherman, Denny, Horst, "Mic", Les and Big John. Special thanks to
Dave Scott. Friends and family are invited to share in a celebration of Pat's life
Friday, October 17th, 1:30 pm at the Beach Grove Golf Course. In lieu of flowers, please
make donations to Canuck Plack Children's Hospice (604-731-4847) "Gone Golfing"

BARKER _ Harry of Hope, BC passed away peacefully October 8, 2003 at the age of 73.
Predeceased by his wife Lillian in 1985, mother and father Mary and George and brother
Frank. Harry is lovingly remembered by his family: his daughters; Linda (Jay), Jenny
(Gord), Janet and Jamie (Rory), 8 grandchildren; Jayme (Darren), Jordan, Josh, Megan,
Sean, Jay, Nicole and Stephen and great-granddaughter Bailey. He is also remembered by
siblings George (Betty), Louise (Bert) and Mary-Ellen (Cliff) as well as many other
family members and friends. Memorial Service will be held on Monday, October 13 at 11:00
a.m. from the chapel of Valley View Funeral Home, 14660 72 Ave. Surrey. The family
wishes to thank Dr. Botha and all the staff at Fraser Canyon Hospital for everything
they did for Harry and how they treated him as one of their family. In lieu of flowers
please send donations to the Fraser Canyon Hospital Auxiliary.

BARR _ Gloria Eva (nee Kinnee). After a long and courageous battle with Alzheimer's, Mom
gently passed away in her sleep on the morning of October. 7, 2003. No matter what hand
fate dealt her, our mom always rose to the occasion and coped valiantly. She
accomplished the dreams of all women. Giving her all to being a dedicated, loving mother
and committed wife, she still found the strength and will to become an accomplished
career woman. Our mother is predeceased by her husband, Audrienne and her beautiful
daughter, Shannon. She is survived by her brother Glen and her children: Audy (Irene),
Robin, Sandy and Shelley; sons-in-law, Howard, Daryl and Mark; daughters-in-law, Diane
and Sharon; grandchildren Erin, Tammy, Ryan, Jaime, Kevin, Haley, Jeremy, Vaughn and
Marlowe. "Until we meet again, May God hold you in the hollow of His hand." Funeral
Mass, 10:30 am Tuesday October 14th at St. Francis de Sales, 6610 Balmoral Ave. Burnaby.
In lieu of flowers, donations to The Alzheimer Society or The Canadian Breast Cancer

BORGSTAD _ Odean Ed, born January 15, 1946, passed away peacefully October 7, 2003 at
the BC Cancer Clinic. Survived by loving wife of 37 years, Sharon; daughter Pam
(Jordan); sons, Ervine and Chris; granddaughters, Kaitlin and Sydney; and loyal but
unruly dog, Moe (EOM). No funeral services as requested. In lieu of flowers, donations
to the BC Cancer Society. "I'll set you free, I'll give you love, I'll make you feel
this eternal peace in your soul. Try to rest in peace"."

BRADLEY _ Elaine Marion (Delisle) passed away peacefully at home on October 4, 2003,
surrounded by her 3 children. Born July 17, 1927 in Salmon Arm, BC, Elaine spent her
youth in Chilliwack, BC. Elaine later moved to Vancouver, where she received her nursing
diploma from VGH in 1950. The following year, Elaine was one of the first people to
receive a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from U.B.C. Elaine was a pioneer in home care
nursing with the Simon Fraser Health unit from 1973 to 1988, and later with the BC
Ministry of Health, prior to retiring at the age of 60. She remained active on the board
of VGH until 1996. In her youth, Elaine enjoyed a love of flying. She was the first
woman in Chilliwack to receive a pilot's licence. In 1950 she was declared the best
amateur flier in western Canada, and was the first woman to compete for the national
Webster Trophy. Many happy summers were spent at the family cabin at Cultus Lake, where
Elaine enjoyed entertaining family and friends. Elaine is lovingly survived by her
children Susan, Doug (Susan), John and her much cherished grandchildren Andrew, Stephen,
Philip, Elizabeth, and Clive. Elaine will be remembered as a compassionate and
courageous woman, who will be dearly missed by all who knew her. The family would like
to thank Dr. Warneboldt for his care of Elaine, and also the home care and home support
staff. A Celebration of Elaine's life will be held on Tuesday October 14th, at 1:00
p.m., at Burnaby Funeral Directors, 4276 Hastings St. Burnaby BC. In lieu of flowers,
donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation will be gratefully appreciated.

CARLSON _ Stephen Herbert passed away peacefully, with family by his side at Ridge
Meadows Hospital on October 7, 2003. Predeceased by brother Roy; sister Irene; 2
granddaughters, Deanne and Denise. He is survived by wife Patricia of 60 years;
children, Deadra, Stephen (Gayle), David (Emily), Karyn (Keith); grandchildren Jason,
Tricia (Ralph), Chris (Jen). Stephen was a veteran of the 2nd World War. A celebration
of Stephen's life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be
made to the Ridge Meadows Hospice Society. Garden Hill Funeral Chapel (604) 463-8161

FOWLER _ Flavia passed away peacefully in Surrey Memorial Hospital September 12, 2003.
Born September 22, 1920 at Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan to parents Stephan Zaokipny and Dora
Hladun; predeceased by her brothers. Survived by sons, Jim and Ron, from her marriage to
Edward (Ted) Fowler (1915- 1983), and grandson Daniel. Flavia attended nursing school at
Moose Jaw General Hospital 1938 to 1941 and then served in Sask., Alta, and BC until she
became an X-ray technician from 1950 to late 1960's. Flavia then changed to teaching
(1966-1981) in Surrey, mostly at Old Yale Road elementary. Flavia graduated from UBC in
1977 with her B. Ed. Flavia was involved with St. Oswald's Anglican Church in Port Kells
(Surrey) from 1950's on. Flavia had been active in the Surrey Crime Prevention Society
in the 1990's. With regards to her last wishes, she did not want any type of service and
wished to be cremated.

GREENING _ Richard, 1916 - 2003 Richard was born in Prince Albert, Sask., August 7,
1916; left us suddenly on October 3, 2003 in Comox. Lovingly remembered by June, his
beloved wife for 57 years; children, Matthew (Kate) Greening and Jane (Derek) Wood of
New Zealand; grandchildren, Katie, Danny and Leo; brother Jack and family; and his good
friend Charlie Perkins. Richard was a lover of quiet walks and lively talk, good music
and books (with a wee dram of single malt at his elbow), his special joy was his family.
"... His life was gentle and the elements So mixed in him that Nature might stand up And
say to all the world, "This was a man!" A Private Family Service has taken place. COMOX
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Richard's name to the Heart and Stroke
Foundation Of B.C. and Yukon, P.O. Box 1225, Comox, B.C. V9N-7Z8 with appreciation.

HENDRICKSON _ Verna Theresa Verna passed away peacefully October 6th, 2003. Born
November 7th, 1923 in Inwood, Manitoba. She leaves behind her husband Al Clifford; son
Ken and family. Verna is lovingly remembered by her sisters, Bernice, Beatrice, Myrtle,
Vivian and brother Wallace. As well she leaves numerous nieces, nephews and friends who
will always remember her kindness, caring and giving nature. Respecting Verna's wishes
no service will be held. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to a charity of your
choice. "Love Ya"

HENNESSEY _ George Roland (Rollie). Rollie was born in Charlottetown, PEI on April 25,
1927 and passed away in Coquitlam, BC on Monday, October 6, 2003 at the age of 76.
Rollie will be lovingly remembered by Marguerite, his wife of 45 years; his three
children, Michele, Kevin (SueAnne) and Chris (Lynn); and his three grandchildren, Jamie,
Sydney and Joseph. He will be greatly missed by family and wonderful friends who shared
his life and the joy he created with his great sense of humor, warmth and fatherly
presence. For 45 years, Rollie worked tirelessly in the field of Social work, touching
and helping people and communities from coast to coast. During retirement Rollie
continued his passion for public service and volunteered his time and energy with the BC
Seniors Foundation, Dogwood Senior's Centre, Provincial Liberal Party, social community
agencies and St Clare's Parish. Thank you for your unselfish love Dad. A Funeral Mass
will take place on October 14, at 10:30am at All Saints Roman Catholic Parish at 821
Fairfax, Coquitlam B.C. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the BC Lung
Association or Arthritis Society of B.C.

HOLLO _ Sheri Lynne (nee Johnson) passed away peacefully at Delta Hospital on Friday
October 3, 2003 at the age of 39. Sheri's positive attitude towards life in the face of
illness was an inspiration to her family and friends. Sheri will be remembered for her
compassion for those less fortunate than herself, her love of animals and music. She
will be fondly remembered by her husband Csaba; children Denis, Stefanie, Remi; brother
Rob (Maureen) and family; numerous relatives and friends. The family would like to
express a special thank you to all the staff at Delta Hospital and all those who spent
time with Sheri during her stay there for their compassion and care. A reception to
celebrate Sheri's life will be held on Saturday October 25 at 2:00 p.m. at Ocean View
Funeral Home, 4000 Imperial Street, Burnaby.

HUNTER _ Mary, age 79 years, passed away peacefully on October 7th, 2003 in Cedar Hill
Extended Care, Langley. She is lovingly remembered by her 2 sons, David and Bill
(Terry); 2 brothers, Tom and Bill (Arlene) Davitt and sister Patricia Davitt. No service
by her request. FRASER HEIGHTS 604-589-2559

LAMBERT _ Howard P. "Pop". Born North Vancouver April 20th, 1913, died Surrey September
22nd, 2003, peacefully in his sleep. Beloved husband of Olga and "great father" of Bill
and Doug Fielding, and their wives Shirl and Maureen. Beloved grandfather of Wayne
(Dawne), Gary (Tracey), Greg (Beth), Angie (Ian); and 9 great-grandchildren, Bradley and
Nichole, Milissa and Ryan, Annissa, Kaitlyn and Josh, Brayden and Tayler; and special
nephew David and wife Jennett Banta. Pop was a man of simple means. He has now hit his
highest note and painted his brightest colour. He will always be missed but never

LOMB _ Walter Karl, born Frankfurt, Germany in 1925, passed away peacefully in Peace
Arch Hospital on Sunday, October 5, 2003. Predeceased by his youngest son Andreas and
his first wife Gisella. Walter came to Canada in 1952, married his German sweetheart and
built a life for himself and his family. Walter will be greatly missed by his wife Jean,
his son Michael, daughter-in-law Ngaire and grandchildren Daniel and Sara in New
Zealand, also his daughter-in-law Petra and stepdaughter Pauline. The family would like
to thank the staff at Peace Arch Hospital for their care and compassion during Walter's
last days. Rest In Peace

MARTIN LA GRANGE _ Laila passed away peacefully at the Langley Memorial Hospital on
October 6, 2003. Survived by her loving family: son Jesse; daughters, Sarita, Celina;
grandchildren, Loren, Noah, Anastasia, Sahara, Celia and Dylan; brother Willy; sisters,
Elsa, Karin, Rosemary and Sissel; as well as other relatives and friends. Graveside
service on Saturday, October 11, 2003 at 2:00 pm in Valley View Memorial Gardens,
14644 - 72nd Avenue, Surrey. Personal Alternative Funeral Services 604-857-5779

MATILDA _ Mary Waters. Born November 18, 1921, died September 26, 2003. Passed away in
Penticton, BC. Predeceased by husband George, survived by daughters Donna Leclaire, Nita
Morgan (Gordon); sons Joseph (Lorraine), and Ron (Lynda); ten grandchildren and nine
great grandchildren.

MYDONICK _ Katherina (Unger) passed away peacefully at home on October 5, 2003 at the
age of 60 years. She was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Kay is survived by her much loved
son, Darin and wife Lori-Ann; daughter, Shannen Mydonick; and grandchildren, Brandon and
Megan-Angel Mydonick; her siblings, Mary Nolan, Jake Unger, Helen Middleton, Anne Unger
and Neil Unger. She will be especially missed by her great friend, Timmie Felker. She
was predeceased by her brothers, Hank and Dave Unger. A Memorial Service will be held at
the Yarrow Alliance Church, Friday, October 10, 2003 at 2:00 pm. 42479 Yarrow Central
Rd., Chilliwack, B.C. Pastor Scott Fortnum officiating. Woodlawn 1-800-363-2555

NAGY _ Imre (Jim). Date of birth April 14, 1929, passed away on October 7, 2003 at the
age of 74. Loving and missing him, Lillian (wife), four daughters, Edith, Gaby, Suzy and
Cindy, sons-in law Terry and Brett and six grandchildren. Imre (Jim) was a loving
husband, father and grandfather. He lived life to the fullest, loved to the fullest and
gave of himself to all who knew him. Kind, gentle, strong and wise, Imre will be missed
and loved to the end of time. No service. Family only. In lieu of flowers, donations to
Heart Foundation would be greatly appreciated.

NORTHRUP _ Leonard Joseph, long time resident of North Delta and Surrey, passed away
peacefully with his family at his side October 7, 2003, at the age of 89. Predeceased by
his loving wife of 52 years, Blanche Northrup. Len is survived by a family whom he loved
so dearly: daughter Elaine (Norm) Pohl, son Larry (Katie) Northrup, son Allan (Heather)
Northrup and daughter Linda (Raymond) Williams. He will be missed and fondly remembered
by his sister Alice Pich; grandchildren, Michael (Lynne), Raymond, Jacquie (Terry),
Stephen (Julia), Raena, Jennifer, Alexa and Lauryn; as well as his great-grandchildren
Kaitlyn, Jayden, Kyle and Braden; as well as many nieces, nephews and friends. Leonard
served in the Canadian Armed Forces during the Second World War as a sergeant. He was an
active parishioner of St. Bernadette's Catholic Church for 24 years. Leonard and Blanche
enjoyed many happy evenings with friends dancing the night away at the Newton Legion. He
always lived life to the fullest, and enjoyed camping, being Mr. Fixit, dancing, telling
jokes, and most of all spending time with his family. Len was never satisfied to retire,
so he chose to work at the South Fraser Valley Child Development Centre until the age of
87, inventing & building aids for disabled children. Len could build or fix just about
anything he set out to. "Layback Lenny" was an inspiration to all who knew him and he
will be greatly missed. Funeral Mass will be held Tuesday, October 14, 2003, 1:30 p.m.
at St. Bernadette's Parish, 6543 - 132nd St., Surrey, B.C. Father Patrick Chisholm will
officiate. In lieu of flowers, donations to the B.C. Lung Association would be greatly
appreciated. We love you and miss you Dad and we know Mom was saving her last dance for
you. FRASER HEIGHTS (604) 589-2559

PEDERSEN _ Louis Poul Bendix, born in Copenhagen, Denmark passed away October 4, 2003 at
age 83. A strong man who will be lovingly remembered by his wife Ingeborg; sons, John
and Bendt; brothers, Oscar and Palle; sisters, Maja, Karma, Marna and Solvej;
grandchildren, Susanne, Vinni, Henrik, Heidi, Carsten and Tina; great-grandchildren,
Ashley, Will and Freja; as well as the many members of his extended family. A mermorial
will be held on Wednesday November 5, 2003, Granly Danish Lutheran Church, Surrey, BC at
10:00 AM. In lieu of flowers, donations to Canuck Place are appreciated.

ROWLANDS _ David Rowlands, born December 23, 1920, in Ton Pentre, South Wales, passed
away at the age of 82 on October 7, 2003. He is predeceased by eldest son Elwyn and
survived by his loving wife of 52 years, Inge, daughter Chi-chi (Bob), and sons Bernie
(Tanya) and Ira (Julia). He was a loving Opa to 12 grandchildren. David served with the
British Royal Air Force as a Flight Sergeant from 1939-1947. He immigrated to Canada in
1950 where he met Inge and they married in 1952. They moved to Australia and lived there
for 4 years before coming back to Canada and settling in Surrey. David worked for Nabob
Coffee for 26 years and retired in 1983. David always loved music, especially Welsh male
choirs and in his later years he also enjoyed reading, crossword puzzles, gardening and
spending time with his grandchildren. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the BC
Cancer Society. A memorial service will be held at 1:00pm in Cloverdale Baptist Church
at 18685 64th Ave., Surrey.

SHARPE _ Margaret passed away peacefully on October 3, 2003 at the age of 83 years.
Margaret will be lovingly remembered by her son Robin (Heide); daughter Elizabeth (Dave)
and grandson Kristoffer. There will be no service held at her request. If friends so
desire, memorial donations may be made to Little Mountain Place, c/o Tania Dusevic.

SOUTHWOOD _ Frances Lovina (nee Brown), 1909-2003, born August 9, 1909 in Colfax,
Washington USA. Passed away October 6, 2003 at St. Joseph's Hospital, Extended Care Unit
in Comox, BC at age 94. She was predeceased by her husband Clifford after 63 years of
marriage, her sister Grace Steens and brother Henry Willis Brown. She will be sadly
missed by her eldest daughter, Mildred (Don Fadenrecht) of Courtenay, BC; daughter
Yvonne (Jack Oster) of Surrey, BC; sister Arminda (Ed Beix) of Abbotsford, BC;
granddaughter Susan (Tom Wall) of Port Alberni, BC; grandsons, Kenneth Fadenrecht of
Williams Lake, BC and Jamie Oster of Toronto, Ontario; two great-granddaughters, Keitha
Fadenrecht and Emma Wall. Frances lived a colorful life. During the depression she lived
on a farm and broke saddle horses. She cooked in logging camps and during World War Two
she cooked for the military in Dewinton, Alta, while Cliff served in the RCAF as
Armourer Instructor. After the war they moved to New Westminster, BC and operated a
sporting goods and gunsmith business. In 1952, they moved to Puntzi Lake in the
Chilcotin. They built a resort there and operated it until 1966; a year later they built
a house at Half Moon Bay. After her husband passed away she moved to Sechelt, she later
moved to the Comox Valley to be near to family. By her own request there will be no
funeral service. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the charity of your
choice. There will be a family gathering at the home of Mildred and Don Fadenrecht.
Cremation arrangements have been entrusted to PIERCYS FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORIUM.
PIERCY'S 250-334-4464

STITT _ James William. It is with great sadness that we announce the death of our
friend, James William Stitt on October 5, 2003 in Vancouver, B.C. Born May 22, 1925 to
Edna Olive and William Adamson Stitt in Revelstoke, B.C., James left home to serve in
World War II. After the war, he found work in the paper mills of Ocean Falls and
Kitimat, B.C. He spent his retirement in North Vancouver, B.C. To those who knew him, he
was a quiet and kind man, with a generous and charitable spirit. He was an avid reader
and history buff, who will be missed by old chums, his neighbours, and those who worked
with him over the years. A service to celebrate Jimmy's life will be held in Vancouver
at Heritage Hall, Main & 15th Avenue on October 15, 2003 at 3:00PM.

TAGUCHI _ Winnie Harue, was born on February 09, 1918 as second daughter of ten children
to Eijiro and Fumi Koyama, pioneer parents in the Woods Lake district of Kelowna. She
was predeceased by husband Sataro (Tom) on February 02, 1982. She was also predeceased
by brothers, Saks and Ted Koyama and baby sister Masae in infancy, as well as a precious
great-granddaughter Saydi. Survived by four children, Ivan (Beryl) Taguchi, Eileen
(Paul) Kitamura, Jo Anne (Les) Wingrove and Ernest (Chieko) Taguchi; 11 grandchildren
and five great-grandchildren. The first 40 years of her life were spent in the Okanagan
Valley before moving to Vancouver with her family. Highlights of her life include a trip
to Israel to be baptized in the River Jordan and a cross-Canada adventure with the
Senior Cycle Tour in 1982. Her most cherished and loved possessions were her children,
grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Obachan passed away peacefully on October 01,
2003 at St. Paul's Hospital in Vancouver. Funeral services for family members and
invited guests have been held according to her wishes. If friends so desire, a memorial
donation to a health charity of your choice would be appreciated.

WATSON _ Hazel passed away October 4, 2003 in Langley, BC. Predeceased by her son
Michael in 1995 and husband Raymond in 1997. Hazel is survived by her loving family:
sons, Ray (Nadine), George (Heather), and Gary (Brenda); daughter- in -law Lorraine;
grandchildren, Nicole, Shane, Chelsea, Jordan, Terrence, Colton, Sean and Deni;
siblings, Isa, Billy, Anne, Alec, and George; other family members, extended family and
many friends. Hazel will be sadly missed. She touched the hearts of many with her
caring, gentle and tender love. An open house gathering in memory of Hazel will be held
at the family home, 21805-86A Ave, Langley on October 15, 2003 from 1:00 p.m. onward.
Hazel's family are accepting flowers. Donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation are
also appreciated.

WOOLLEY _ Beverly Adele Born July 5, 1958. Died September 30, 2003. After a long and
brave battle with cancer, Beverly is now peacefully at rest and with her Father and
Lord. Bev leaves knowing that her treasured daughters, Jordan, Alexandra and Morganne
are in the safe hands of her beloved husband of 13 years, Bob. As a valued member and
integral part of a large, loving family, Beverly will always be cherished as daughter of
Leonard and Solveig Bergen, sister to: Rodney, Gary, Glenn; and niece, cousin, and aunt
to many. To them all, she was loved. Beverly was convinced that her life remained firmly
in the hands of her Heavenly Father whom she referred to affectionately as "Dad". Out of
this conviction flowed a profound peace, a lifelong love of music and kids, her immense
satisfaction of being a mother and wife, and a gentle joyful love of family and friends.
Beverly joyfully loved all who came her way. As a loving wife, family member, teacher,
and friend - each of us has felt gifted by her joy and smile. "Love is patient, love is
kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not
self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs." Thank you Yahna,
Jill, Kelly, Lynn, Angela, Joanna, Elaine and all those who took care of our home this
year. Flowers are gratefully declined. Instead, donations towards the Langley Hospice
Society's "Comfort Fund" would be most gratefully appreciated. A Memorial Service for
Beverly will be held on Saturday, October 11, 1:00 p.m. at Bible Fellowship, located at
15100 - 66A Avenue, Surrey, with Reverend Kirk Duncan presiding.

In Memoriams
BERTELSEN _ Helge "Hank" September 23, 1937 - October 10, 2002 I miss you a lot and you
are never far from my thoughts. You are sadly missed by your family and many friends
here in Canada and in Denmark. _Much love from all of us, Hanne

HOOVER _In loving memory of Neal Thomas August 24, 1933 - October 4, 2002 It's been one
long year since you went to heaven That's one long year that feels more like seven But
we have one thought that eases our pain That's one less year 'til we see you again. _We
miss you love, Nell, Debbie, Wayne, Dylan, Roger, Ellen and Marcy, Austin and Alyssa

HOWAT _ Walter William. Words cannot express how much I have missed you these last two
years. You were taken from me much too soon. Say Hi to Bob. You two be good up there. _

KERSTEN _ Gary December 12, 1927 - October 10, 2002 Summer has faded into fall, softly
the leaves of memories fall. _Forever remembered, Luby and family.

METCALFE _ Christopher March 25th, 1958 - October 10th, 1980 Son of Ben and Dorothy
Brother of Michelle and Michael Ever missed, treasured and remembered by your family and
old friends.

TUBBS _ Maureen October 11, 1999 Our hearts still ache in sadness and secret tears still
flow, what it meant to lose you no one will ever know. _ Mom

The parents of Paul and Michelle Scanlon (nee Bell) are thrilled to announce their
marriage, which took place on Saturday, September 13, 2003 at a romantic outdoor
ceremony and reception at Ivey Lake Lodge in Pemberton, B.C. The happy couple
honeymooned on Vancouver Island and reside in Pemberton.

MBOBELA _ With great joy and love we announce the birth of our son, Jakob Michael Jani
Mbobela, born at the Matilda Hospital, Hong Kong on September 8th, 2003. Heartfelt
thanks to Dr. Kong, Hulda, Tai and all of the staff at the Matilda! Israel Mbobela and
Rebecca Vogler

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