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Subject: Vancouver Sun & The Province; January 16, 2006
Date: Sat, 04 Feb 2006 18:09:01 -0800


Vancouver Sun & The Province; Monday, January 16, 2006 canada.com

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Baker, Ann
BAKER _ Ann, born in Yorkshire, England, October 28, 1938, passed away
January 11, 2006. Predeceased by her husband Arthur on January 28, 2004. Ann
leaves to mourn her passing, her brother Brian in England. She will also be
deeply missed by close friend Kathleen, and Auntie Ann will be truly missed
by her chosen nieces and nephews Tracy, Carl, Lee, Jason, Martin and Lisa;
as well as many other friends here and in England. Ann had a wonderful sense
of humor, and since her husband's death had become an honorary member of
"the Daft Buggers Club". She also enjoyed watching young family friends play
soccer every weekend, regardless of the weather. Ann you will not be
forgotten. Funeral service will be conducted by The Rev'd Kevin Dixon,
Friday, January 20 at 2:00 p.m. at St. Mary's (Kerrisdale) Anglican Church,
2490 West 37th Ave, (at Larch) Vancouver. Reception to follow at the Wolf
and Hound, 3617 West Broadway, (at Alma) Vancouver. Flowers gratefully
declined in favour of donations to the B.C. Cancer Foundation, B.C. Heart
and Stroke Fund or the Vancouver SPCA. Walkey & Company Funeral Directors
604-738-0006
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province on 1/16/2006.
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Broderick, Kenneth Winston
BRODERICK _ Kenneth Winston. Born September 23, 1914 in Vancouver, British
Columbia, passed away peacefully on January 6, 2006 at Lynn Valley Care
Centre in North Vancouver. Ken (Baba) will be missed by his daughter Corrie,
son-in-law Dan, grand-daughters Simone and Julia, sister-in-law Alma, and
brother Edward. He was predeceased by his wife, Marjorie Edna Broderick (nee
Crampton). Ken loved to travel, he loved to read, he loved his home, and
most of all, he loved his family. A memorial will be held on Saturday,
January 21, 2006 at 11:00 a.m. at Boal Chapel of First Memorial, 1505
Lillooet Road, North Vancouver. Special thanks to the staffs of Lions Gate
Hospital and Lynn Valley Care Centre. In lieu of flowers, donations to the
Lions Gate Palliative Care Unit would be appreciated.
Published in the Vancouver Sun from 1/14/2006 - 1/20/2006.
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Burnson, Shirley May (Malcolm)
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In Loving Memory of Shirley May Burnson (nee Malcolm) Born October 15, 1937,
Shirley left us peacefully early on the morning of January 5, 2006.
Predeceased by her husband John Alexander Burnson. She will be missed by her
children and stepchildren (Sandra, Shelley, Darrell, Darlene, Cheryl, Karen)
and their partners, her grandchildren (Chris and his family, Corrie and her
family, Jarrett (Diana), Paige, Georgine, Kelsey, Joel and Tyler), her
brothers and sisters (MaryAnne, Phil, Helen, Bob, Karen) and their families
and all her new and old friends on the Lower Mainland and on the Sunshine
Coast, with special thanks to Joanne Lernowich for being a truly special and
giving friend in Mom's last months. You touched more lives than you knew and
we will all miss you. This family won't be the same without you, Mom.
Memorial Service to be held at North Surrey Gospel Chapel, 13044 96th Ave,
Surrey on Saturday, February 4, 2006 at 11:00am
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province from 1/14/2006 - 1/16/2006.
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D'Amici, Antonio Sebastino
D'AMICI _ Antonio (Nuccio) Sebastiano D'Amici, sadly we announce that on
January 13, 2006, at home, Tony passed away surrounded by his loving family.
Tony battled cancer with amazing courage, strength and dignity. He was an
inspiration to us all. Tony is survived by his loving wife; Bruna, children;
Romina (John), Sebastian (Laurianne), Davide and his "bella" Ylenia, also
his brothers; Nino (Augusta), Tonino (Rita) and Pino (Elsa), sisters;
Mariannina and Maria (Andrea), sisters-in-law; Gina (Tony), Bianca, Anna and
Concetta, brothers-in-law; Carlo (Nea), Arturo (Rossanna), Luciano (Laura),
Nat (Flora), Robert (Laurie), Des (Val) and much loved by many nieces and
nephews. He will be missed dearly by his family, many friends and anyone
that was fortunate enough to have been touched by him. Mass of Christian
Burial will be held on Tuesday, January 17th at 7:00 p.m. at St. Helen's
Parish, 3800 Triumph Street, Burnaby, B.C. Entombment Wednesday, January
18th at 11:00 a.m. at Ocean View South Mausoleum, Burnaby, B.C. The family
wish to thank Dr. Juergan Rauh, Burnaby Palliative Ward, Candice and the
home support team and R.N. Shirley. We also would like to thank Tony's
friends and customers from "Figaro" on Commercial Drive. Thank you all for
caring for Tony. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Burnaby
Hospital Foundation for Palliative Care Unit "CIAO BARBIERE" Burnaby Funeral
Home (604) 298-2525
Published in the Vancouver Sun from 1/16/2006 - 1/17/2006.
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de Boer, Klaas
de BOER _ Klaas, born August 11, 1923 in Wormerveer, Holland passed away
peacefully in North Vancouver with family at his bedside January 10, 2006.
Klaas was predeceased by his loving wife Neiltje (nee Kelder) in 1995.
Survived by three sons, Pieter (Frances), Fred, Clark (Lisa), daughter
Kimberly (Shawn), 11 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. Klaas and
Nelly immigrated to Canada in 1951 and settled in the lower mainland. Klaas,
a longtime resident of North Vancouver, was an extremely hardworking person
whose humor, wit and strong character has impacted many. He will be sorely
missed. Friends and acquaintances are invited to join the family in a
celebration of life to be held Saturday, January 21, 2006, 2:00 PM at
Seymour Golf and Country Club, 3723 Seymour Parkway, North Vancouver. In
lieu of flowers please send donations to the Children's Wish Foundation.
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province from 1/14/2006 - 1/16/2006.
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Dobin, William "Bill"
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DOBIN _ William "Bill", It is with great sadness that the family wishes to
announce the peaceful passing of Bill at Surrey Memorial Hospital on January
11, 2006 at the age of 85. A dedicated husband, father and grandfather he
will be sadly missed by his loving wife of 61 years Marion, daughters Lauren
(James), Karen (Jim), 2 grandchildren Amanda and Nathan, sister Anne
Pawelchak as well as nephews, nieces their families and many friends. Bill
enjoyed many years in the aeronautical industry starting at Prairie Airways
in Moose Jaw, SK, then to Central Northern Airlines in Lac du Bonnet, MB. In
1950 he realized his dream when he and Marion moved to Vancouver where he
built a home. Bill worked for various airlines, retiring in 1985 as Vice
President of Technical Services at Pacific Western Airlines. Throughout his
career he was well respected by colleagues and friends for his unwavering
support and mentoring. Funeral Service will be held on Thursday, January 19
at 2:00 p.m. from the chapel at Valley View Funeral Home, 14660 72 Ave,
Surrey. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the BC Heart and Stroke
Foundation in Bill's memory.
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province on 1/16/2006.
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Drew, Douglas (Memoriam)
Douglas Drew passed away January 16, 1997. Dearly beloved son and father,
cherished, remembered and loved. Forever in our hearts, _ Mom, Dad and
Brandon.
Published in the Vancouver Sun on 1/16/2006.
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Griffin, Doris Ellen
GRIFFIN _ Doris Ellen, passed away January 8th, 2006, in Burnaby, at the age
of 85. Predeceased by 3 brothers, Alfred, Arthur and Frank, and 2 sisters
Teresa and Elsie. She is survived by her son, Bill; sister Ruby and brother
Joe. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Arrangements entrusted to
Forest Lawn Funeral Home.
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province on 1/16/2006.
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Halford, Grace Boyce
HALFORD _ Grace Boyce. With great sadness, we announce the peaceful passing
of Grace Boyce Halford (1914 - 2006), predeceased by baby son Thomas, and
husband Thomas. She was born in Paisley Scotland, and arrived with her
husband and children on Canadian shores in 1953. During her long and active
life she showed unconditional love to all. Special thanks to the staff at
Ridge Meadows Hospital, and those who cared for her at Garden View,
Creekside and Alouette. Survived by her loving family, children Andrew
(Louise), Margaret (Gerry) Oliver, Grace Montague and Dorothy (Scott) Gavin;
grandchildren Patricia (Terry), Craig (Susan), Shawn, Christine (Dean),
Cheryl (Karl), Ryan (Ali), Theresa (John), Blaine (Donnie), Burke, Corinne
(Chris); great-grandchildren Carolyn, Allison, Michelle, Ethan, Shannon,
Cameron, Brandon, Meagan, Thomas, Ryder, Michael, Nicholas and Ashley,
Phelicia, Jacob, Chaz and Grace; great-great-grandchild Duncan. Our beloved
"Grannie". Prayers will be offered on Monday, January 16, 2006 at 7.:00 pm
in St. Peter's Parish, 402 Royal Ave, New Westminster, B.C. where a Funeral
Mass will be celebrated on Tuesday, January 17, 2006 at noon. Celebrant Fr.
Ron Rissling O.M.I. Interment St. Peter's Cemetery. Columbia-Bowell Chapel
604-521-4881
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Howard, Patricia
HOWARD _ Patricia, born September 13, 1918 in Vancouver, passed away quietly
on January 9, 2006. She is predeceased by her twin brother Owen Howard and
her loving cousin Betty Guthrie. She will be deeply missed by John and Jim
Cousins, Peter Guthrie and other family and friends. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. No service by request.
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Law, Dennis
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LAW _ Dennis 1931 - 2006 Born February 6, 1931 passed away on January 9,
2006 after a long, hard, courageous battle with cancer. He was born in
Timmins, Ontario. Dennis traveled to Knaresborough, England in 1939 where
his father had a pub called the "George and Dragon". He joined the Royal
Navy as a Boy Seaman in 1947. He then transferred to the Canadian Navy in
1953 where he was a diver. Dennis started the Cariboo Hotel in 1969. He
retired in 1989 with wife Audrey, and together they enjoyed many traveling
adventures and a happy life. Dennis is survived by his loving wife Audrey,
three daughters, Gail Oakley, Darlene (Sid) Cyca, Kathy (Rick) Black,
stepchildren Brian (Dianne) Northup, Donna (Dave) Pilkington, Susan Walker
(Rick Grisdale). Dennis has 14 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.
Dennis will be sadly missed by all those who knew and loved him. In lieu of
flowers, donations are gratefully accepted to the Canadian Cancer Society,
P.O. Box 1872, Oliver, BC, V0H 1T0. A Memorial Tea will be held at 2:00
p.m., Saturday, February 4th at the Senior's Centre, 461 Carson Avenue,
Quesnel, B.C. Arrangements entrusted to Graham Funeral Home, Oliver &
Osoyoos, BC, (250) 498-3833.
Published in The Province from 1/13/2006 - 1/17/2006.
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Leggatt, Margaret "Joan"
LEGGATT _ Margaret "Joan", born December 3, 1923, passed away peacefully on
December 30, 2005, in Burnaby B.C. Joan was predeceased by her mother, Iris;
father, David; and youngest brother, Stuart. Joan is survived by her
brother, Campbell; sister-in-law, Marlene; nephew, David; and nieces, Anne
and Carrie, and their families.
Published in The Province from 1/15/2006 - 1/16/2006.
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McCarron, Dorothy
McCARRON _ Dorothy, late of Richmond and Tsawwassen, passed away peacefully,
in her 86th year, on January, 11, 2006 at Delta Hospital. She was born in
Galt, Ontario on October 6, 1920 to William and Matilda Robb. She is
survived by her son Brian, granddaughter Caelin Rose, daughter Maureen
Worden (James), sister Helen Morrow, (Wallaceburg, Ontario) and numerous
nieces and nephews. Dorothy spent her working life in the banking industry,
starting as a receptionist with the Royal and retiring as a manager with the
CIBC. She was married twice, losing her first husband, Jack Hewer, shortly
after D-Day 1944 in France and married Patrick McCarron (deceased) in 1948.
She settled in Richmond with Pat and family in 1958 and lived there until
2003 when she moved to the Waterford in Tsawwassen. Dorothy was a long time
member of the Richmond Presbyterian Church and was active in many of their
projects. A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, January 18, at 1:30
PM at the Richmond Presbyterian Church, 7111 Number 2 Road, in Richmond. In
lieu of flowers, donations to the Delta Hospice Society or to the Union
Gospel Mission would be appreciated.
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province from 1/14/2006 - 1/16/2006.
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McInnes, Isobel (Memoriam)
McINNES _ Isobel Janauary 23, 1942 - January 16, 1996 To hear her voice, to
see her smile, To sit and talk with her awhile. To be together in the same
old way that is our dearest wish today. As dear today as in the hour she
passed away. _ Sandra, James, Tracey and families
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Moore, David (Memoriam)
MOORE - David June 10, 1915 - January 16, 2002 Time slips by but memories
stay Quietly remembered everyday Forever loved and missed _Love from Betty
and family
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Norris, Eva Marie
NORRIS _ Eva Marie. In loving memory of Eva Norris, born January 11, 1920.
Eva passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family on January 12, 2006.
Predeceased by 4 brothers and 4 sisters, Eva will forever be missed by her
son, Rolly (Doreen) and Daughter Yvonne, 9 grandchildren, Dale, Colette
(Andre), Sherri (Lawrence), Michael (Ann), Paul (Jillian), Christopher,
Gregory, Celine and Christa; her 9 great-grandchildren as well as her
brother, Patrick and sister, Toni. Very special thanks to the staff of Zion
Park Manor for the compassionate care provided over the years. Funeral Mass
will be celebrated at St. Matthews Parish, 16079 - 88 Ave., Surrey on
Tuesday, January 17 at 11:00 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Zion
Park Manor, 5939 180 Street, Cloverdale, BC would be appreciated. "Will
always be remembered" Fraser Heights First Memorial 604-589-2559
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Patrick, Peter Raymond
PATRICK _ Peter Raymond, Born March 30th, 1930 in Brighton, England, passed
away peacefully at his home in Richmond, B.C. on January 11, 2006, after
suffering a long illness, bravely borne. Peter is survived by his loving
wife Doris and predeceased by his stepson, Paul. He will be sadly missed by
his two sons, David (Sandy), Peter (Mary), and by his stepdaughter Janice
(Al). Peter had ten grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren - they will
forever miss him dearly. Retiring from the Richmond School Board (Stores) in
April, 1995, he enjoyed his time spent with his family, puttering in his
garden, and his many trips to Reno, with Doris. Always a perfect gentleman,
and kept his sense of humor right up until the end. He will lovingly remain,
in all our hearts forever. A celebration of Peter's life, will be held on
January 21, in Abbotsford, B.C. Please call 604-533-2443 for details.
Published in The Province on 1/16/2006.
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Pekrul, Edwin Christian
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PEKRUL _ Edwin Christian passed away suddenly after a short illness at
Burnaby General Hospital on January 11, 2006 at the age of 85 years. He will
be lovingly remembered by his wife Renee of 61 years of marriage, as well as
many other family members and friends. He was a loving husband, dad,
grandfather and friend. Dad you leave us with memories of unconditional love
and sacrifice. We love you! The family greatly appreciates the love and
loyal support given by their many personal friends. In lieu of flowers,
donations can be made to the BC Children's Hospital or the SPCA. Service to
be held at Ocean View Funeral Chapel, 4000 Imperial St, Burnaby, BC, January
19, 2006 at 2:00 pm.
Published in The Province from 1/15/2006 - 1/16/2006.
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Pfleiderer, Irma Wilhelmine
PFLEIDERER _ Irma Wilhelmine passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on
January 11, 2006 at 72 years of age. Irma, aka Mrs. Fritz, Rosie, and Oma
immigrated from Wurzburg, Germany on October 18, 1954. She married Fritz,
the man of her dreams the following day. She worked at Jackson's Meat Market
until April 1956 when she settled in her home on Industrial Avenue, Albion.
They were one of the pioneers of Albion. Irma had a strong will and zest for
life. She was an excellent cook and gardener. She also had a passion for
nature and loved the BC and Yukon Mountains. She could always out fish
Fritz. Irma was proud to live the Canadian dream. She will be missed by her
husband Fritz; her son Wilfred and wife Heather with son Kolby and his wife
Lori of Quesnel; her daughter Doris and husband Wayne with sons Tristan and
Richard of Kelowna; her son Richard with wife Kelly and their daughters
Kristina, Erica, Emma and Laura of Miocene. Also missing her will be her
telephone buddies and her many friends. Funeral service will be held on
Thursday, January 19, 2006 at 11:00 A.M. at Garden Hill Funeral Chapel,
11765-224th Street, Maple Ridge. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made
to a charity of choice in her memory. www.gardenhill.ca
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province on 1/16/2006.
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Richter, Alma
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In Loving Memory RICHTER _ Alma born the 13th April, 1904 in Poland passed
away peacefully on the 20th December, 2005. Survived by sister Laura (97);
sons: Arno (Ursula), Alex (Doris); 3 grandchildren and 5
great-grandchildren. Alma liked to read, garden, sew and do needlepoint. She
also volunteered at the Vancouver Alpen Club; Concodia Choir and Club Erika
for seniors. Her "Celebration of Life" will be at St. Mark's Lutheran
Church, 1573 E. 18th Ave., Vancouver, on the 21st January, 2006 at 1:00 p.m.
Reception to follow at the Vancouver Alpen Club at 2:30 p.m. - 4875 Victoria
Drive. We would like to express our gratitude to all of Mom's care givers
and friends. In lieu of flowers, donations in Alma's memory may be made to
the Canadian Cancer Society.
Published in The Province from 1/15/2006 - 1/20/2006.
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Richwa, William
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RICHWA _ William. Born on November 8th, 1930, passed away peacefully on
December 23rd, 2005 after a courageous battle with cancer. Predeceased by
his father Peter and mother Tatianna. Survived by his devoted and loving
wife Gerry, his daughters and sons-in-law Leslie (Michael), Barb (Peter),
Judy (David), Pat (Steve), and his grandchildren Jennifer, Sarah, Lauren,
Cameron, Alexandra, Mackenzie, Madison, Aron, Paige, Briar, Michael,
Laurence and Elizabeth. A memorial service will be held on January 17th,
2006 at 2:00 pm at St. Andrew's - Wesley Church, 1022 Nelson Avenue (at
Burrard), with church reception to follow. The family wishes to express its
sincere appreciation to the staff and nurses of the 7th Floor East and
Palliative Care at Lions Gate Hospital, and to Bill's dedicated, long-time
family physician Dr. Leon Bard. Bill has requested that, in lieu of flowers,
donations be made to the Rotary World Help Network, care of Rotary Club of
Vancouver, #315-475 Howe St, Vancouver, V63 2B3.
Published in the Vancouver Sun from 1/14/2006 - 1/16/2006.
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Stefani, Aldo
STEFANI _ Aldo, late of Burnaby, passed away January 13, 2006, age 85 years.
Survived by his loving wife Remigia, daughter Valli, son Christopher
(Brenda), six grandchildren, Anthony, Marco, Francesca, Curtis, Michelle and
Ciarren and one great-grandson Colby. Prayers will be held Tuesday, January
17, 2006 at 7:30 p.m. in St.. Theresa's Parish, 5146 Laurel Street, Burnaby.
Where Funeral Mass will be held Wednesday, January 18 at 11:00 a.m.
Donations may be made to the charity of your choice in Aldo's name.
Columbia-Bowell 604-521-4881
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Stuart, John Charles
STUART _ John Charles born October 20, 1940 in North Vancouver passed away
peacefully at home January 11, 2006 after a long illness. He is survived by
his beloved wife Barbara and her six children, Yvette, Vince (Marci),
Estelle (Brian), Sean (Kathleen), Shannon (Brian), Bernadette (Greg) and 10
grandchildren; by his other love, sister Charlene (John), nephews John,
Michael, Patrick, James, Matthew, nieces Mary-Ann and Maggie and their
children; and by his brother Pat (Susan), niece Valerie and her children.
John will be sadly missed by his wife, his sister and brother, their
families and by all the families and friends he held so dearly in his heart.
He will be remembered as a quiet, gentle man who gave inspiration by his
deep faith, and patient perseverance. To the end he was an ardent
videographer and lover of current events, trains and North Vancouver. Prayer
service will be held at St. Edmunds Roman Catholic Church, 545 Mahon Street,
North Vancouver on Sunday, January 15, 2006 at 4pm. Mass of Christian Burial
will be held at St. Edmunds Church on Monday, January 16, 2006 at 11am.
Interment will be at Mountain View Cemetery 33rd and Fraser Street,
Vancouver at 1:45pm. Hollyburn Funeral Home 604-922-1221
www.hollyburnfunerals.com
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province from 1/14/2006 - 1/16/2006.
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Sturrock, Mary Gillies
STURROCK _ Mary Gillies. January 30, 1914 - January 10, 2006. Mary made a
brave exit in Mount St. Mary Hospital, Victoria, where she resided in the
last two years. Born to Scottish parents Frederick Henry Smith (born in
Blairgowrie) and Anne Gillies Macdonald (born in Stornaway), in a rented
house at 4th and Fir, Mary attended Lord Tennyson and Fairview High School
of Commerce schools before marrying Abe Sturrock in 1935. Mary had lived her
entire life in Kitsilano, the last 66 years at 8th and Waterloo. She became
an avid five-pin bowler in the late 1940s at Alma Bowling where she also
worked behind the counter for 19 years. An active walker until 1994, she
bravely soldiered the discomfort caused by osteoporosis and arthritis by
mastering the wheelchair until her move to Victoria in 2003. Blessed with an
outgoing personality, infectious humour and a love for the music of Frank
Sinatra, Louis Armstrong and Billy Holiday, Mary was a noble woman who
placed the plight of others before herself and left us with a bank of
precious memories. Predeceased by Abe in 1988, her brother Eric in 2003, and
other relatives, Mary was a beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother
and a dear friend to sister-in-law Ruth Smith. She will forever be lovingly
remembered and sorely missed by her children Doug (Myrna Pfeifer), Fred
(Terry) and Marilyn (Wilf Lynch); by her grandchildren Logan Sturrock,
Shannon Stahr (Jonas) and Chris Dunaway (Laura), Kendall (Myrica) and Katie
Sturrock, Steven, Scott and Janet Lynch and by her great-grandchildren
Cassidy and Derek Stahr. Nieces and nephews Susan (Victor), Andrea and Brock
Simons; Eleanor, Jennifer, Megan, Michelle and Steven Delf; Norma Budd and
Ian MacLeod will always have a place in their hearts for her. The family
wishes to thank the caring and dedicated staff in the Humboldt wing at Mount
St. Mary, some of whom lately shared Mary's love of music. Mary requested
cremation and no service or flowers. Appreciated donations in the memory of
Mary may be sent to Mount St. Mary Hospital, 861 Fairfield Road, Victoria,
BC V8V 5A9. We'll meet again, don't know where don't know when, but I know
well meet again some sunny day.
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Tasaka, Hayako (Sakaki)
TASAKA _ Hayako (nee Sakaki) Hayako Tasaka passed away peacefully in her
home in Vancouver, B.C. in the early hours of Thursday, January 5th, 2006 at
the age of 69 years. Born in Vancouver, B.C. on February 3rd, 1936, Hayako
resided in Lillooet, Revelstoke, Kamloops and Vancouver. She enjoyed her
working years at the Kamloops RCMP Detachment and C.B.C., Sandwell
Engineering and the Westin Bayshore Hotel all in Vancouver. She leaves her
loving son, Lyle and his friend, Toshiko of Vancouver, sisters Leiko
(George) Koide of Kelowna, Hiroko (John) Hughes of Peterborough, Ont.,
brothers Terry (Sets) Sakaki of Kamloops, Frank (Violet) Sakaki of White
Rock, Norio (Marie) Sakaki of Kamloops, Eddy Sakaki of Kamloops, Roy Sakaki
of Salmon Arm and many nieces and nephews. Hayako's family would like to
extend a very special thanks to all her kind friends at Southwynd Manor, Dr.
T.C. Gibson, all the medical professionals, support staff, and home care
support she received over the years. There will be no funeral service at
Hayako's request. A private family service was held in Vancouver. In memory
of Hayako, donations may be made to the Arthritis Society 200-1645 W. 7th
Ave. Vancouver, B.C. V6J 1S4 or a charity of your choice.
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Tutush, Milan
TUTUSH _ Milan was born in Koljane, Dalmacija on November 4, 1924 and passed
away January 12, 2006 in Vancouver, B.C. in the presence of his family. He
was the beloved husband of Mary and father of Louise (Robert). He is
survived by his sister-in-law Sophia, nephew Bogdan (Diane), niece Zuzanna
(Dan) and family and friends who loved him dearly. Many thanks to the
nurses, aides and staff at Royal Arch Masonic Home. Funeral at 10:30 a.m. on
Tuesday, January 17, 2006 at. St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church, 505 East
63rd Ave, Vancouver, B.C. Interment at Victory Memorial Park Cemetery,
14831-28th Ave, Surrey, B.C. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian
Diabetes Association would be appreciated. Victory Memorial Park Funeral
Centre 604-536-6522
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Van Volkingburgh, Karen Oline Majorie (Aschim)
VAN VOLKINGBURGH _ Karen Oline Marjorie (nee Aschim). Marj passed away
peacefully at Eagle Ridge Hospital, at age 81, on Thursday, January 12,
2006, with her daughters and son by her side. She was a beautiful person who
cared deeply about others, and was dearly loved by many people. She leaves
her children, Sharon Van Volkingburgh (Jim Kinzel), JoAnne Whitteker (Alan),
Donna Mae Fiddis (Verne), Chuck Van Volkingburgh (Kerry Kao) and
grandchildren Kyle and Nicole Ivens, Chelsea and Brady Whitteker, Adrienne
and Laura Kinzel, and Maxwell and Leah Van Volkingburgh. She was predeceased
by her husband Douglas Lloyd, son Douglas Michael, parents Mikael and
Menorah, brothers Norman, Maxwell, and Gordon, and sister Luella. She also
leaves her sisters-in-law Sigrid Aschim, Vi Aschim, Joan Aschim, and nieces
Joyce, Carol, Cheryl, Suzanne, Tammy, Shelly, Karen, and nephews Michael and
Roy, and their families. She leaves behind so many others she considered to
be part of her extended family. Marj attended Normal School in Regina when
she was 18 years old, and taught in one room schools in Saskatchewan and
Alberta until her children were born. She continued teaching for many years
in Vancouver and the Lower Mainland. She also worked at Vancouver Transition
House as a counselor. She believed in working to make a positive change in
her community, and most recently worked at the baby table at the Coquitlam
food bank until she became ill in December. Memorial Service will be held at
Como Lake United Church, 535 Marmont St., Coquitlam, B.C., Saturday, January
21 at 1:30 pm. If desired, donations may be made to the SHARE Food Bank,
2615 Clarke St., Port Moody, V3H 1Z4
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Zara, Jenna Love (Memoriam)
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ZARA _ Jenna Love March 21, 1968 to January 16, 2005 It has been one year
since you've been gone. A day has not passed that we have not thought of our
beautiful sister, you are so sadly missed. Your loving family, Mom, Dan and
Shelley, Dave and Kim, Joy and Tim, Ryan and Tate.
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