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Subject: December 04, 2004 Vancouver BC part 2 of 2
Date: Sat, 18 Dec 2004 06:34:00 -0800


LUMBER PIONEER JACOBSON _ Harold passed away at age 83. He died peacefully in the
Cariboo Memorial Hospital in Williams Lake on Tuesday, November 30, 2004. He was an Icon
in the community and greatly respected in the lumber industry. He and his brother Odt
operated Jacobson Bros. Forest Products in Williams Lake for 40 years. He was a
visionary and a leader. He was a generous and charming man and will be greatly missed by
his family and friends. A memorial service will be held at The Cariboo Bethel Church in
Williams Lake at 2:00 pm on Saturday, December 11, 2004.

JAMIESON _ Bella Kitchener. Born in Sidney B.C. on November 13, 1917, passed away on
November 28, 2004 in Richmond Hospital. Formerly a resident of Port Alberni, she was
predeceased by her husband, Stuart, in 1996. She is survived by her son David (Kathy);
daughter Sandra; granddaughter Laura; grandson Kevin, as well as members of the Keyworth
family in Langley and Kamloops. Bella will be remembered as a kind and loving wife,
mother, and grandmother, and for her lifelong, selfless devotion and care for her
daughter Sandra. The family would like to thank the staff of Fraserview Lodge and the
doctors and nurses of Richmond Hospital for their excellent care and assistance. No
service by request. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the B.C. Coalition of
People with Disabilities, #204-456 West Broadway, Vancouver, B.C. V5Y 1R3

KRASOWSKI _ Kenton Scott 1970 - 2004. Kenton passed away on the morning of Wednesday,
December 1, 2004. Kenton will be remembered by his parents, Jerry and Eileen; his
siblings, Sheldon and Jaeleen; his grandmothers, Elizabeth Zerr and Mary Gill; his
aunts, uncles, cousins, and all his friends in Saskatoon and Vancouver. He was
predeceased by his grandfathers, Jacob Zerr and Michael Krasowski. Kenton was born on
September 3, 1970. He grew up in Saskatoon where he attended St. Augustine's Elementary
School and Holy Cross Collegiate. After graduation he apprenticed at carpentry at SIAST
and worked throughout Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia, forming, framing, and
building houses. Kenton enjoyed his work, but his true passion was music. He was a
gifted musician who could play almost any instrument. He played drums for the band
Superstock, and played guitar in the band Silt. Both bands are based out of Vancouver
where he moved two years ago to be with his friends. He spent most of his time in
Vancouver with his friends and enjoyed golfing year-round. He also enjoyed his time
creating sets for the television show, The Peacemaker. Kenton died suddenly in the city
of Vancouver. He left this world much too early. His memory will be cherished by all who
knew and loved him. Vigil For The Deceased will be held at Park Funeral Chapel, 311
Third Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK on Sunday, December 5, 2004 at 3:00 p.m. Mass of
Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Augustines Roman Catholic Church, 602 Boychuk
Drive, Saskatoon, SK on Monday, December 6, 2004 at 2:00 p.m., Fr. Michel Bedard,
Celebrant. A reception will follow the service. Rite of Committal will take place in
Hillcrest Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Saskatoon, SK. Arrangements entrusted to Derryl
Hildebrandt of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL, Saskatoon, SK (306) 244-2103.

KRUEGER _ Else Gertrud passed away on November 28, 2004 at the age of 92. Born in
Strelno, Germany on February 22, 1912, her passing will be mourned by her son Bernd and
granddaughter Tara and by her sister Irma Kavka and brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law and
nieces and nephews in Canada and Germany. Predeceased by husband Hans in 2001 and by two
sisters and six brothers. She came to Canada in 1954 and lived in Richmond since 1959.
Enduring two wars and the disruptions caused by them made her grateful for the peace and
stability she found in her life in Canada. Memorial celebration to be held later. No
flowers please, but donations may be made in her memory to the Heart and Stroke
Foundation or to the charity of your choice.

LAWS-RATKA _ Donna, June 3, 1934 to November 30, 2004. Donna has now joined her husband,
Alex. She is survived by her sister, Barbara (Dieter) Giese; cousins in the McKendrick
and Mager families; Keith Cameron of Sacramento, and the wonderful east coast Ratka
family. Also survived by nieces, nephews, and Chico. Donna had many special friends from
childhood, her professional life at Simon Fraser University and her retirement years.
There is a saying that having five friends in a lifetime is a blessing. Donna was more
than triply blessed with caring and supportive friends. She began her career at S.F.U.
in the presidents office shortly after the opening of the university in 1966. She
retired 30 years later as the Director of Ceremonies and Secretary to the Board of
Governors. Her interests were music, travel, politics and walking. The family thanks Dr.
Lyle Levy, Dr. Trina, Dr. Chi, and the wonderful caregivers from Evergreen Healthcare
for all their care. A celebration of Donna's life will be held on Sunday December 5th at
2:00 PM at Ryerson United Church 2195 W 45th Ave at Yew St., Vancouver. In lieu of
flowers, donations may be made to the B.C. Cancer Foundation or to the charity of your
choice.

MAILING _ Phyllis Margaret Distinguished Canadian mezzo-soprano, teacher and adjudicator
Phyllis Mailing passed away peacefully at home on November 26, 2004 at the age of 75
after a long, valiant struggle with cancer. She was not only a distinguished performer
and teacher, but dedicated to public service on behalf of Canadian music. Phyllis was
predeceased by her husband of 25 years, Prof. Tom Mallinson of SFU and her nephews Chuck
Beaudoin and Steven Mailing. She is survived by her sister Jean Beaudoin of Hamilton;
brother Chuck (Jean) of Fredericton and their families, nephews, Philip Beaudoin
(Beverley) and David Mailing, and niece Nancy Parkhill (John); grandnephews, Corey
Beaudoin, Jake Parkhill, Lucas, Patrick and Andrew Mailing; grandnieces, Kandi Baeta
(Thierry), Tara-lea (Paul Dixon), Nicole Hamel (Dennis), Karen Topper (Michael) and
Jennifer Beaudoin; great-grandnephews, Alex and Nick Baeta, Nathan Dixon, Zachary Hamel
and great-grandniece, Alyssa Dixon; will also be missed by Marnie and Betty Beaudoin.
She is also survived by her stepchildren, Arthur (Tish), Anthea (Robert), David (Kim)
and Miranda (Rob) Mallinson, step grandchildren Christopher, Daniel, Kyle, Max, Kyra and
Anthony, and step great-grandchild Scott. Phyllis, one of Canada's most gifted singers,
was born in Brantford, Ontario and later moved to Hamilton. At the age of seven she
performed her first duet with her lifelong friend, Dorothy Rowan (Baxter). She studied
music in Hamilton, and won the gold medal at her native Hamilton Conservatory for the
highest marks in Canada. She next graduated from the Royal Conservatory, Toronto, where
she was a member of the Opera School. For two years she studied in Vienna, Stuttgart and
London. She was an original member of the Festival Singers in Toronto, and sang for
several years with The Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, making her solo debut in 1955. In 1965
she was a winner of a Concert Artists Guild Townhall performance and subsequently toured
North America and France, and with pianist William Aide, toured the USSR in 1971. In
that year she was a co-founder and first president of The Vancouver New Music Society
and in 1977 was awarded a medal from the Canada Music Council for outstanding service to
Canadian music. She performed in Hungary in 1979, and in Paris in 1980. Phyllis was
particularly noted for her dedication to and performances of contemporary music in
Canada and in her performances abroad. She gave Canadian and world premieres of many
works by composers Istvan Anhalt, Jean Coulthard, Jack Behrens, Harry Somers, Barbara
Pentland, Barry Truax, and R. Murray Schafer, to whom she was married for fifteen years.
She has served on many boards, including The Canadian Music Centre, the Canada Council,
etc. She and Schafer were artists in residence at Memorial University in Newfoundland in
the 1960s, and she was artist in residence from 1965 to 1975 at Simon Fraser University.
From 1975 she taught voice at the Community Music School of Greater Vancouver (Vancouver
Academy of Music), becoming head of the Voice Department in 1983. Phyllis was a mentor
to many students who will remember her fondly. Many of her pupils have gone on to
distinguished careers in music, including David Lee, countertenor and the soprano Liping
Zhang who is presently performing at the VOA in Madama Butterfly as Cio Cio San, a role
for which she recently won standing ovations at the Met in New York. Phyllis was a
steadfast friend to many all across Canada. Her gentleness and thoughtfulness will long
be remembered. Phyllis's family would like to extend special thanks to Drs. Klimo, Sugar
and Langley for their wonderful care and support. A Memorial tribute for Phyllis will be
held at the Vancouver Academy of Music at 1270 Chestnut Street (in Vanier Park) at 1:00
p.m. on Sunday December 19th, 2004. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Vancouver
Academy of Music or Lions Gate Hospital Foundation Chemotherapy in Phyllis's name would
be deeply appreciated.

McDONALD _ Donald Carlisle, January 3, 1924. Raised in Penticton, B.C. Don, a free
spirited outdoorsman passed away peacefully on December 1, 2004. Saddened by his passing
are his wife of 55 years, Betty, their children, Chris Newton (Trevor), Lynn Colpitts
(Ross), Lex McDonald (Brenda); 8 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren and dear friend
Bob Mochrie. A Celebration of Life Service will be held Tuesday, December 7 at 2pm,
Calvary Baptist Church, 1636 Regan Ave., Coquitlam BC. Everyone is welcome. Thanks to
the staff at Lakeshore Care Centre for their love and care this past year. 'Finally free
as on wings of an Eagle'

McMICHAEL _ Charles Waddington. It is with great sadness we advise friends of the death
of Charles McMichael on November 25th, 2004. Born March 12th, 1924 in Kingston, Ontario.
Charles is predeceased by his beloved wife Stennie (February 2004); brother Albert and
granddaughter Malea. He will be lovingly remembered by his brothers Daniel and John
(Ruth); daughters Barbara (Brian), Amy (Con) and sons Mike (Darci) and Ted. A loving
Grandpa Chuck to Sarah, Anna, Grady, Megan, J.C., Tara and Zoe. A true gentleman, we
will cherish the memories of his kind and gentle nature and sense of humour. Many thanks
to the staff at Capilano Care Centre and much gratitude to Mila for her exceptional
compassion. Service of Remembrance was held at Hollyburn Funeral Home, 1807 Marine
Drive, West Vancouver, B.C. on Friday December 3, 2004 at 2:00 pm. Hollyburn Funeral
Home 604-922-1221

MORGAN _ Rhys Gardner Phillips. Born March 17, 1913 in Winnipeg, Manitoba to Archibald
and Florence Morgan. Passed away in White Rock, BC on November 30, 2004 at the age of
91. Survived by Jeannette, his loving wife of 55 years; children Wynn (Jan Gauthier) in
Surrey, Nadine (Bill Warwick) in Qualicum, Bill in Calgary, Teresa (Bob Sleno) in
Calgary, Nancy (Dave Dunbar) in Cranbrook, David (Mariam) in Winnipeg and Grant in
Tokyo, Japan and his grandchildren Rhys Morgan, Caitlin Warwick, Sarah Sleno, Stephen
Warwick, James Dunbar, Joel Sleno, Erin Dunbar and Yvette Morgan. He is predeceased by
brothers, Wynn and Robert, and sister, Nancy. Rhys graduated in engineering from the
University of Manitoba and Queen University. He worked for many years as a mining
engineer in Bissett, Manitoba where most of his children were born and spent their early
years, and he moved back to Winnipeg for the later years of his career. He was a veteran
of the 2nd World War serving in Europe. He and Jeannette retired to BC in 1979, first to
Nanaimo and then to White Rock. Flowers gratefully declined. If desired, donations may
be made in Rhys' memory to the Food Bank or charity of your choice. A private family
memorial will be held. Victory Memorial Park Funeral Centre 604-536-6522

NESBITT- Robert James, September 19, 1958 - November 27, 2004. Suddenly Rob was taken
from us. Survived by his wife Mary Ellen (Moe); daughter Justine; stepdaughters Crystal
and Iona; sisters Terrie, Arlie, Dena; Uncle to Nathan (son Cyress), Janna, Mitchell,
Leah, Amy; grandmother Blanche. Predeceased by his parents Herb and Faye Nesbitt. Please
join us in a Celebration of Life at the Maritime Labour Centre, 1880 Triumph Street,
Vancouver, 2-6pm, December 8, 2004.

NORNBERG _ Wanda. It is with sadness that we announce that Wanda Nornberg of White Rock,
passed away peacefully at the Peace Arch Hospital on Thursday, December 2, 2004 at the
age of 100 years. She was born June 1, 1904. Wanda is survived by her daughter and
son-in-law; Elsie and Ross Coutts; her grandson, Gary Coutts and his wife, Gai; her
granddaughter, Lorraine Cook and her husband, Colin. She was especially proud of her six
great-grandchildren, Brian. Kelyn and Shannan Coutts; and Michael, Trevor and Sean Cook.
Wanda also leaves behind many nieces and nephews. Wanda will he fondly remembered for
her strength of character and her giving heart as well as her love of a good joke. In
lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Peach Arch Hospital. A Memorial Service to
celebrate Wanda's life will be held on Saturday, December 11th at 2pm at Victory
Memorial Park Funeral Centre, 14831 28th Avenue, South Surrey, BC followed by tea for
family and friends.

NYGREN _ Lester John, November 12, 1916 - December 2, 2004. Passed away peacefully at
home in Abbotsford with his family. He will be dearly missed by his wife of 65 years,
Gudrun; his son Steve (Judy); his daughter Gail; his sister Eileen and four
grandchildren, Mike, Paul, John and Joe. Rest peacefully. We will always love you. In
keeping with his wishes, cremation and no service. In lieu of flowers the family
suggests a donation to the charity of your choice. A special thank you to all the health
care providers in Abbotsford for your wonderful service and support.

PTAK_ Joanne Marion. With sadness, we wish to announce the passing of our mother, Joanne
Marion Ptak (nee Paitson) on November 24, 2004. Mom suffered a broken hip on October 12
and died peacefully at the Royal Jubilee Hospital from complications. She was
predeceased by her husband of 44 years, Dr. Lumir Ptak, in 1989. Joanne is survived by
her daughter, Susan Hope (Brian); son Rodney Ptak (Kirsten Emmott); sister Barbara
Hemmingsen; brother Bill Paitson (Blanche); four grandchildren, Sarah Dixon (Andrew),
Geoffrey Baker, Christopher Ptak, Heather Ptak and other relatives and friends in
Canada, the US and the UK. Mom was born in Champion, Alberta on June, 1912. She was
raised on the farm in Alberta and moved to Duncan as a young girl. She started her
schooling as a boarder at St. Margaret's Girls School in Victoria and as a teen
continued at high schools in California, UK and Vancouver. After a year at Craigdarroch
College, Mom trained as a lab technician at St. Joseph's Hospital, then moved to the lab
at the RJH. She met her husband-to-be at the RJH in 1938 and they were married in 1945.
From that time forward, Mom devoted her life to Lu, Sue and Rod. She was an excellent
cook and always enjoyed the opportunity to entertain friends and family and enjoyed many
afternoon bridge games with her lady friends. Mom's outside community activities
included membership in the PEO, a women's service club, and as a volunteer for the Girl
Guides and the Cat's Protection League. One of the highlights of her life was being
presented to Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. Mom lived independently until she was 85. From
that time onward she lived in Rose Bank Gardens Care-a-Minium and then latterly at
Sunrise Assisted Living. Many thanks to the kind staff of Sunrise who looked after Mom
for the last few years and to Dr. Bruce Yoneda, Dr. Chris Morgan, Dr. Larry Smith and
the team of medical professionals, nurses and staff of 3 West RJH. A memorial service
will be held on December 11, 2004 at 1:30 pm, in the chapel at St. Ann's Academy, 835
Humboldt St, Victoria with reception to follow at Sunrise, 920 Humboldt St. In lieu of
flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Greater Victoria Hospitals Foundation
(RJH) the SPCA.

ROBERGE _ Euclide Adelard died peacefully at St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver, BC on
Thursday, November 25th, 2004. Euclide was born in St. Edouard, Alberta on September
30th, 1932 and moved to Coquitlam (Maillardville) at the age of three. He is predeceased
by his parents and five brothers. He is survived by his son Denis of Edmonton; his
daughter Diane of Calgary; four grandsons, Marc and Mathew Roberge, Nick and Jeff
Dumont, and two great-grandchildren. He also leaves behind one brother, Albert of
Ladysmith, BC and his two sisters, Eleanor of Vancouver and Angie of New Westminster,
BC, plus numerous cousins, nephews, nieces and special friends. Funeral is to be held on
Thursday, the 9th of December at 11:00am, at Our Lady of Lourdes Church (Laval Square)
Maillardville, BC.

RUSKIN _ Julius (Jules) passed away peacefully December 1, 2004 aged 83. He will be
lovingly remembered by his wife Sylvia; daughter Cari; son Mike and grandson Shokei, he
is also survived by sister Deena (Sol) of Montreal and many nieces and nephews. Jules
60-year love affair with his wife Sylvia inspired all who met him. His kind, gentle
nature is a lasting gift to his family and community. A special thanks to staff at the
Louis Brier Home and Hospital for their loving care. In lieu of flowers, donations to
the Louis Brier Jewish Aged Foundation would be appreciated.

RYAN _ Joan Moira (nee Allen) Died November 27, 2004 in Surrey Memorial due to heart
failure. Born January 17, 1922 in St. Paul's, Vancouver. Mom grew up in West Vancouver.
She is survived by her three children - Maureen, Larry (Jeanne) and Janet (Jay Drew) as
well as three grandsons - Arley, Nolan and Lee. Also survived by Vi Dragan (Harrison),
dearest friend of over 60 years. Joan was predeceased by her husband, Frank (Paddy), and
her siblings, Della Charters, Ted Allen, Gloria Allen and Mona Bateman (Bill). Joan was
a 1945 graduate of Royal Columbian School of Nursing. In 1947, she abandoned nursing for
her new vocation of wife, mother and creative homemaker. Mom left us to go dancing with
dad, her best friend. No service by request.

SAFARIK _ Edward John (Eddie) born in Vancouver August 15, 1917 passed away peacefully
November 28, 2004. Eddie who was a pioneer in the BC fishing industry is survived by his
loving wife of 59 years Nita; four sons Edward (Diana), Gordon (Melissa), Murray
(Patricia), Douglas (Fran); daughter-in-law Gill; grandchildren Sarah, Nicholas,
Ashleigh, Paul, Kveta, Alexandra, Bryn, Grant, Jacob, Clayton, Dylan, Angelina;
great-grandson De' Andre; brothers Norman and Johnny. Eddie was a graduate from UBC in
arts and commerce, and an officer in the reserve unit in the Second World War. After
graduation he worked in the family fish business before founding Ocean Fisheries Limited
in 1962. He was inducted into the Fraser River Heritage Society for his contribution to
the fishery on the Fraser River. Eddie was an avid gardener, hacker golfer, fisherman
and storyteller. Papa Eddie will be greatly missed by everyone whose life he touched.
All friends and family are invited to a service and celebration of life at the UBC
Faculty Club (Sage Bistro) on Sunday December 12, 2004 at 2:00PM. In lieu of flowers,
donations to the Children's Oncology Unit in his name at Childrens Hospital will be
greatly appreciated.

SISEL _ Ethel Mary, born in Trail, BC on February 10, 1916, lived most of her life in
Queensborough and passed away on December 2, 2004 at the New Vista Care Home. She is
remembered by her loving sisters, Anne Bohn and Sophie Sawtell, both of Burnaby, and her
nieces and nephews, Karen and Lorne Bohn, David and Marina Bohn, Shelley Sawtell and
Brian and Cathy Sawtell, and their families. A special Thank You to all the staff at The
New Vista Care Home for their kindness in allowing Ethel to spend her last days in their
care. The funeral mass will be held at Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church in Burnaby on
Wednesday, December 8, 2004 at 11:00 am with a luncheon following the service. Interment
will be at Valley View Cemetery at 2:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to
The New Vista Care Society, 7550 Rosewood Street, Burnaby, BC, V5E 3Z3.

SLOAN _ Chris W. of Qualicum Beach and "Sea Hunter" passed away suddenly on November
27th, 2004. He will forever be in the hearts of his greatest loves, his wife and best
friend, Patti, and their two daughters Maquinna and Nicola. He will also live on in the
hearts of those he loved and who loved him, his brother Tom and his boys, and Chris,
many friends and relatives who feel blessed to have shared his life. Hold closely to
those you love this Holiday Season. A Celebration of Chris' life will be held early in
the New Year. In lieu of flowers, you could help his passion live on by donating to the
Coastal Alliance for Aquaculture Reform (CAAR), 207-515 West Hastings Street, Vancouver,
BC, V5N 1C4. Please make cheques payable to Living Oceans Society.

TAYLOR _ William Alfred, born January 8, 1915 in Coventry, England, passed away December
1, 2004 at VGH. Survived by his wife Fanny. Daughter Cheryl, son-in-law Joe and
grandchildren who are all in Australia, and sisters in England. A member of Grand Lodge,
Cathy Lodge and past Master of the United Service Lodge No. 1341 E.C., Hong Kong. A
funeral service will be held on Tuesday, December 7 at 1:00pm in the chapel of Ocean
View Funeral Home, 4000 Imperial St., Burnaby. Interment to follow at Ocean View Burial
Park.

TICKELL _ Roberta. It is with deepest regrets that we announce Roberta died on December
1st, 2004. She is missed and will be lovingly remembered always by her husband, Graham,
daughters Deborah (Tony), Susan (Dennis), son John (Nicole) and dearly beloved
grandchildren, Melissa and Meaghan, Taylor and Garrett, Katharine and Patrick, her
sister Patricia Kelly of San Rafael, California, other loving family members and many,
many friends. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, December 4, 2004 at 2:00 p.m.
at Boal Chapel, 1505 Lillooet Road, North Vancouver. Donations may be made in Roberta's
name to the North Shore Palliative Care Program, c/o Lions Gate Hospital Foundation, 231
East 15th Street, North Vancouver, BC V7L 2L7.

WELLS _ Mary (RN nee Forde). Born August 25, 1918 in County Cork, Ireland passed away
peacefully in her sleep on December 1, 2004. Predeceased by Bill, her husband of 54
years; her parents, Dan and Alice Forde; her daughter, Janet (August 2004) (Peter) and
her grandson, Michael (1970). Also her sisters, Josie, Patsy, Peggy and Eva, brothers
Donald and Gerry. Survived by her loving family: John (Marion), Pat (Kevin), Frank
(Dorrie), Susan (Bert), Gillian (Laurie), Angela (Mike) and her grandchildren: Russell
(Joanna), Simon (Kirsty), Mark, Warren (Jackie), Paul, Steven (Zoe), Kerry, Peter (Liz)
Greg, Julie (Mark), Matthew, Gary, Keith, Alison, great- grandchildren: Cade, Jessica,
Reilly, Keefer, Richard, Ryan, William, Adam. Her family in UK: Jack, Bernie, Kath,
Richard, David her many nieces and nephews. Special friends Bob, Billy, Oliver
(Kate),Chelsea, Father Paul, Sister Brigid.The family would also like to thank Mindy,
Lisa and Zen and especially Sabina of Bradden Hospital for special care and attention of
our beloved Mary in her final months. Mary will be laid to rest next to her husband Bill
at the Boundary Bay Cemetary in a private ceremony. A Catholic memorial service will be
held at Sacred Heart Church located at 3900 Arthur Drive, Ladner on December 6 at 12:00.
Reception to follow.

WILSON _ Jean Hamilton (nee Tamkin) after a brief illness passed away peacefully at
Lions Gate Hospital on November 30, 2004. Widow of her loving husband, Gordon, Jean will
be deeply missed by her sons, Larry (Nancy), Jim (Jane), and by her beloved
grandchildren, Kurtis and Sydney. A Memorial Service will be held on Thursday, December
9 at 2:00pm at Boal Chapel, 1505 Lillooet Road, North Vancouver. At Jean's request
please, in lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the B.C. Cancer Foundation.

YAKURA _ Shizuye (Sidi). Passed away November 29, 2004 at her home in West Vancouver.
Predeceased by her husband Choju and son Allan. Cherished mother of Marcia, Patric, his
wife Reiko, Julie and husband Ben. Will be sorely missed by grandchildren Dean, Gordon,
Cassidy and her husband Attila, great-granddaughter Ramona, and by family and friends
from far and wide. Please join us for services to be held at Hollyburn Funeral Home,
1807 Marine Drive, West Vancouver, at 2 p.m. Friday, December 10th, 2004, preceded by
viewing from 12 to 1:45 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Heart and
Stroke Foundation. Hollyburn Funeral Home (604) 922-1221


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