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From: "Roberta " <>
Subject: [CAN-BC-OBITS] Campbell River Mirror Feb 7, 2007
Date: Wed, 7 Feb 2007 19:43:24 -0800
Nov. 20, 1960 - Feb. 3, 2007
It is with profound sadness that we announce the sudden and tragic passing
Frank left us on Saturday, February 3, 2007 during a road building accident.
He will be sadly missed and never forgotten by his wife Angelica and son
Brendan, sisters Betty (Bruce), Nicki (Chris) and brother Del, Mother-in-law
Greta, Father-in-law Mike, sisters-in-law Tamara (Stan), Laura (Len), Carol
(Syl), brother-in-laws Alan, and Thor (Denise).
He will also be forever missed by many aunts, uncles, numerous nieces and
nephews, cousins and dear friends. Frank is predeceased by his father,
mother, and grandparents.
Frank was born November 20, 1960 in Sydney, Australia. While he was a young
boy, he came to Canada with his parents and lived the rest of his life in
British Columbia mainly on the Coast including the Queen Charlotte Islands.
At an early age of 15, he spent summers with his dad in the logging industry
where he began his love for the woods. After graduating from high school,
Frank went on to BCIT and received his Diploma of Technology in Forest
Resources. Frank was a driller/blaster by trade, however he had mastered
several other jobs as well. There wasn't much that Frank couldn't do. Frank
enjoyed traveling with his wife and son, taking in Canuck hockey games,
spending many enjoyable days fishing for salmon during the summer and when
he could, hunting n Clearwater for Moose. He had a great love for the
outdoors whether it be fishing, or hunting. Frank was a prince of a man -
and was admired by many. His gentle and giving spirit will be missed.
A Celebration of the Life of Frank Wilson and the richness he brought to our
lives will be held at the Campbell River Baptist Church, 260 S. Dogwood
Street, on Saturday, February 10, 2007 at 1 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the MS Society.
To the World he was one,To us, he was the World
passed away suddenly on February 3rd, 2007 at the Campbell River and
District Hospital. Pre-deceased by husband Lawrence. Survived by loving
family, son Brian McIvor (Cheryl), grandson Luke McIvor, step-granddaughter
Amanda McBurney (Rob), sisters, Evelyn Andrews; Veronica Laducci; brother
Harry Maraglia (Janet), several nieces, nephews, and their families. Prayer
Service to be held Thursday, February 8th at 7:00pm at St. Patrick's
Catholic Church, 34 South Alder St., Campbell River. Mass of Christian
Burial to be held on Friday, February 9th at 11:00am, St. Patrick's Catholic
Rev. Father William McDonald presiding.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Annie's memory may be made to:
The B.C. Heart and Stroke Foundation
401-495 Dunsmuir Street
Sept. 2, 1929 - Jan. 31, 2007
After a courageous battle with cancer, Ken passed away peacefully in the
Campbell River Hospital, surrounded by his family.
Ken was born to Sid and Ilene (McKay) Attfield in Lestock, Saskatchewan.
Ken came to BC as a young man and worked for over 30 years at Macmillan
Bloedel, Menzies Bay Division, as a faller.
Ken was an outdoor man - he loved hunting, fishing and camping. In later
years he enjoyed his greenhouse and his flower gardens. He was an avid
gardener and always had beautiful flowers blooming in his yard year round.
He was predeceased by his parents and his brothers - Alfred, Hughie and
Cecil; and his sister Audrey McKay. Also by his grandson Michael Attfield.
He is survived by his 5 children - Sidney (Donna), Margaret (Brian), Dwayne
(Ann), Christine (Roger) and Allan; 11 grandchildren and 14 great
grandchildren. He is also survived by brother Lenard (Lorna) and sisters
Cela (Harold) and Muriel Sloat.
Thank you to home care for your support and also the palliative care nurses
at the hospital. A special thank you to Ruby Attfield. You were wonderful
and we are so grateful for your kindness.
We invite family and friends to join us for a Celebration of Ken's Life on
February 17th from 12-4 p.m. at 481 Dogwood Street.
"Bring a Memory"
Arrangements entrusted to ISLAND FUNERAL SERVICES/ELK FALLS CREMATORIUM
passed away peacefully at home with her daughters by her side on Wednesday,
Jan 31, 2007. Born in Victoria, BC on May 24, 1919. Predeceased by her
husband Donald (1999); son-in-law Malcolm; grandson Curtis; and brothers
Ray, Darrell and Bill. Lovingly remembered by her family, daughters Donna of
Chemainus, and Trisha (Jim) of Campbell River; grandchildren Cindy (Mike),
Donald (Diana), Sean, Rick and Mike; great-grandchildren Mackenna, Avery,
Rylan, and Lindsay; sister Lynn, brothers Ken and Joe; and brother-in-law
Jim (Vera) of Ontario. Yvonne was an active member of the Royal Canadian
Legion Ladies Auxillary #191 and Order of the Eastern Star (Ladysmith). Gigi
is gone but her love for us will carry on in our wonderful memories of her.
At Gigi's request a private family gathering was held. Gigi was interred
next to her husband Donald at Cedar Valley Memorial Gardens. As expressions
of sympathy, donations may by made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 100-394
Duncan Street, Duncan, BC V9L 3W4 or to a charity of ones' choice. Online
condolences may be offered at
SANDS of DUNCAN
March 3, 1909 ~
January 25, 2007
Our family celebrates the wonderful life of our Great-Grandma, Grandma, Mom,
Auntie and Friend, Winn, who lived an ADVENTUROUS 98 YEARS!! She passed away
peacefully in her sleep at Yucalta Lodge in Campbell River with her devoted
children Maggie and Bob at her side.
Winnie was born in Neepawa Manitoba in the year 1909. As a young child her
family moved to Turner Bay on the West Coast of Vancouver Island. Later, in
Blaine Washington, 1923, she met and fell in love with her future husband,
Reo Alexander Prendergast. Reo and Winn married in 1925 and together they
went on to pioneer the Pacific West Coast logging industry. Reo cut the
trees and Winn fed all the hungry boys in camp! They brought up their 3
children, Les, Margaret (Maggie) and Bob in logging camps all along the
coast of Vancouver Island.
In 1957, after many years of hard work, Reo and Winn retired and bought
their dream home on the bank of the Campbell River and lived there the rest
of their lives. They were beloved members of the Campbell River community.
Winn had the most beautiful garden in town and together she and Reo enjoyed
vacationing in Hawaii as well as traveling the open road in their motor home
across Canada and the US.
Winnie was a creative soul, a voracious reader and writer, an accomplished
seamstress, an amazing and loving cook, a member of the Eagles and a student
of personal development and growth. She studied all religions and was in a
constant quest to find the meaning of life.
Winn was predeceased by her husband of 75 years, Reo, her eldest son Leslie
and his wife Pat, her sister-in-law, Jean Turner, Jean's daughter (Winn's
niece) Rosalie Turner, and her grandchildren, Danny Prendergast and Janice
Simmons. Her brother, Bob Turner, her daughter, Maggie and her youngest son,
Bob and his wife Rosemary survive her. She is also survived by a huge family
of grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, great nieces and
nephews, cousins and many, many, many loving friends, all of whom will miss
her sweet face and indomitable spirit.
We want to extend a special, heartfelt thank you to the incredible staff of
Yucalta Lodge as well as the many home care ladies that brought sunshine
daily to Winn's life. Words cannot express how lovingly cherished and cared
for they made Winn feel during her time of need.
We would like to extend an invitation to relatives, friends and all, as we
celebrate Winifred's life at a memorial in her honor. It will be held at
Yucalta Lodge February 25th at 2:00p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations in
memory of Winifred can be designated to Yucalta Lodge in care of Campbell
River Hospital Foundation, 381 2nd Avenue, Campbell River BC V9W 3V1.
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