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From: "Pamela" <>
Subject: Campbell River Mirror Feb 24, 2006
Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2006 09:43:20 -0800

Herbert Kenneth
Aug. 5, 1924 - Feb. 16, 2006
Ken passed away peacefully at the Campbell River & District Hospital on
February 16, 2006 after a short illness.
Predeceased by his wife Kay in June 2005, Parents and brother Billy.
Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by his family: daughter Joan, son Gord
(Sheila), grandson Michael (Melyssa) and sister Margaret (Doug) of Campbell
Also missed by close relatives: Jack (Daphne) Cariou, Dorothy DeCosta, Kay
Holmes and Herb Pidcock of Victoria, Dick (Helen) Pidcock of Courtenay, Tom
(Phyl) Pidcock of Parksville, Don (Marie) Westwood and Eric (Linda) Westwood
of Ladysmith; nieces and nephews Linda (Stirling) of Victoria, Barb (Jim) &
family of Nanaimo, Bill (Laurie) & family of Calgary, Alta., Steve (Sigrid)
of Grantham’s Landing and Nancy of Parksville, as well as other family and
many good friends.
Ken worked at Elk Falls mill for many years as a pipefitter, then Fire
Chief, before retiring in 1988. He had numerous interests and hobbies and
was an active member in the Campbell River Gun Club, Black Powder Group,
Ripple Rock Gem & Mineral Club, K-40, Antique Group and the Oyster Bay Park
Association. He also enjoyed hunting, playing poker, trips to the casino and
morning coffee at the Ideal Cafe.
A Celebration of Life will be held on February 27, 2006 at Sequoia Springs
Golf Course 700 Petersen Rd., Campbell River, BC from 2-4p.m.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the charity of your choice.
Special thanks to Dr. J. Walker, the home care nurses and the Campbell River
Lions Club for their support, care and
Sutton’s Campbell River
Funeral Home
In Care of Arrangements

Joseph Fernard

It is with sincere sadness that we announce the passing of Brian, a loving
husband and father, son, brother, brother-in-law, uncle, cousin, nephew, and
friend. Brian will be deeply missed by his wife Colleen, son Christopher,
mother Millie, sister Lynne & family, brother-in law Tom & family,
brother-in-law Karl & family, sister-in-law Gail & family and sister-in-law
Kelly & family and by many relatives and friends.

We invite friends to attend a Celebration of Bryan’s life on Friday February
24th, from 4:00pm to 8:00 pm at the Anchor Inn

We would like to thank Dr. Procter, Dr. Weinerman, Jerry, Barb & Michelle
from treatment, the homecare nurses and to all our friends who gave support
during these challenging times.

A noble example, was his life.

March 25, 1911 ~
February 17, 2006
Helen was born in Swan Plain, Saskatchewan and passed away peacefully at
Yucalta Lodge.
She was predeceased by her husband Ray, sons: John, Allan and Ernest and
step-daughter Clara. She leaves behind to mourn her passing, her daughters,
Sarah Chase (Ken), Mary Redmond and Josephine Orel (Pete); also several
grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.
A family service will be held at Yucalta Lodge at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, if you so wish, a donation to Yucalta Lodge Foundation
would be appreciated.
Sutton’s Campbell River
Funeral Home
In Care of Arrangements

In Memoriam :

Doug Dean DECOCK : b. November 6, 1966 : d. February 28, 2005 :
Trevor John DECOCK : b. March 8, 1971 : d. February 28, 2005 :
Bert SMITH : b. March 16, 1937 : d. February 25, 2002 :
Frank SOMNER : d. February 25, 2004 :
David Richard STEVENS : b. August 17, 1964 : d. February 28, 2005 :
James Charles THOMAS : b. December 8, 1949 : d. February 25, 1996 :

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