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From: Dennice Goudie <>
Subject: Vancouver Sun and The Province May 20, 2006
Date: Sat, 10 Jun 2006 00:34:58 -0700

Vancouver Sun and The Province May 20, 2006
With thanks to JB

In Memory of William (Bill) Aitken June 12, 1962 - March 8, 1998 We miss you
so much. So many times we've cried. If love could have saved you. You never
would have died. We will cherish your memory. Thanks for loving us so much
Love your wife Flo, children Carolyn, Cathy, Barry, Brent and Janet.
Vancouver Sun and The Province on 5/20/2006.

BOWMAN _ James Edward March 14, 1921 Our dear neighbour and our much loved
friend James Edward Bowman peacefully passed away from natural causes on May
15, 2006 at Vancouver General Hospital. Ed was a man who lived life to the
fullest and he touched the lives of all that he met with his warmth, humour,
and his willingness to help others. Ed was a true Vancouverite; he loved
sailing, travelling, the weather, gardening, the arts, and dining out. Ed
contributed in many ways to the culture of the city that he loved; and in
addition to his many hobbies and interests he also found time to volunteer
at Science World and the Downtown Historic Railway. He will be sadly missed
by his many friends and our neighbourhood. A memorial service will be
conducted at 6 P.M. on May 27th by Reverend Tom Miles at St. Andrew's Wesley
United Church, 1022 Nelson Street, Vancouver. In lieu of flowers we would
greatly appreciate donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.
Vancouver Sun and The Province on 5/20/2006.

BRADSHAW _ Mary Bradshaw died peacefully on Friday, May 12, 2006, in
Windermere Care Centre, Vancouver, B.C. Mary was grateful for her longtime
friendships with the Dallases and Roes (England), the Whalleys, Liane
Langton, Fran Thompson and former homecare aides Gloria and Julienne; plus,
her many other visitors. Mary wished to acknowledge the care she received
from staff at Windermere; plus, the extraordinary, mind-reading,
compassionate care she received from the facility's social worker, Peter
Silin; and her physician, Dr. Duncan Miller. Fran Thompson extends her
thanks to the dedicated nurses, many care aides, administrative and
Windermere support staff for their caring attention in Mary's last days and
past years at Windermere. Mary's favourite charity was Pacific Assistance
Dogs ( ), if friends or former students wish to make a donation
in Mary's memory. No service by request.
Vancouver Sun on 5/20/2006.

BREBNER _ Ishbel Mary. September 9th, 1922 - May 11th, 2006 It is with
sadness that we announce the passing of Mary Brebner. Mary leaves her
brother George (Lillian) of Edmonton; sister Ann (Ken) of Vancouver and five
nieces and nephews Catherine, Alan, Barbara, Kirk and Valerie. Mary leaves a
host of friends to remember her fondly and continue the universal scrabble
game. Mary taught school for two years before entering Nursing School and
graduated in 1947. She became a Public Health Nurse and worked with the VON
in Ontario, Edmonton and Vancouver. The family wishes to thank the Nursing
Staff at Mount St. Josephs Hospital for their constant kindness and care of
Mary. Thank you also to the caring staff of Chambers Lodge. The family
wishes to express special thanks to Dr. Chouhan and Dr. Burak. A Memorial
Service will be held at the Unitarian Church, 949 West 49th Avenue, May
31st, 2006 at 2:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the
Unitarian Service Committee.
Vancouver Sun on 5/20/2006.

BROWN, Georgie "Potsie" Born in Winnipeg, passed away peacefully in
Vancouver, May 17, 2006. Lovingly remembered by son Jim, daughters Nancy and
Cheryl and families. Predeceased by her husband Dr. James Orwell (Orr)
Brown. A celebration of her life will be held Sunday, May 21 at 2:00 p.m. at
the home of Cheryl and Rick Watson, 11442 85 avenue, North Delta, BC. In
lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Breast Cancer
Foundation BC/Yukon chapter.
Vancouver Sun on 5/20/2006.

BROWNE _ Kathleen (Kay), born on September 27, 1917 in Vancouver, BC and
died on May 13, 2006 in Victoria, BC. Kathleen is survived by her two loving
sisters Patricia (John), Myrtle and many nieces and nephews. She will always
be appreciated for her wit, her acute fashion sense and her kind and loving
spirit. A graveside service will be held at a later date. In lieu of
flowers, donations can be made to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, 2221 Yonge
Street, Suite 601, Toronto, ON M4S 2B4.
Vancouver Sun on 5/20/2006.

BUDGELL _ Leslie James July 6, 1912 - April 30, 2006 Les Budgell passed away
peacefully in Peace Arch Hospital, White Rock, after a short illness, with
his family by his side. Les was a skilled and talented mechanical draftsman
and designer who worked for the PGE (later BC Rail) for 32 years. A man of
many abilities, Les could tell a great story, play the clarinet, build a
boat, renovate a house and fix just about anything. He loved his family, his
home, his dogs and his game of golf. Greatly missed and loved by wife Jo,
daughter Anne and son-in-law Gordon. Our sincere appreciation for the
wonderful care Les received from the GATU staff during his last weeks.
Cremation. No service by request.
Vancouver Sun on 5/20/2006.

BUTCHART _ Isobel Margaret (nee Menzies) Passed away peacefully on Tuesday,
May 16th, 2006 at the age of 90 years. Predeceased by her husband James.
Loving mother of Sherryl (Frank Robles). Dear grandmother of Lisa and David.
Survived by her sister Christina Sands in England. She will be sadly missed
by all who knew her. A special thank you to the staff at Langley Lodge for
their care and compassion. A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, May
26th, 2006 at 10:00 a.m. in the Boal Chapel of First Memorial Funeral
Services, 1505 Lillooet Road, North Vancouver. In lieu of flowers, memorial
donations to Langley Lodge or the Heart & Stroke Foundation would be
appreciated by the family.
Vancouver Sun on 5/20/2006.

CAMERON _ Hugh Kennedy (Ken) September 29, 1922 - May 12, 2006 Ken passed
away suddenly on his return from a 5 day cruise with family and friends. He
is and will be missed by his loving companion, Eunice and his children
Aileen (Art), Ian and Alison, his sister Rhoda (Ted) and brother Bill (Lola)
as well as his grandchildren and great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and
many friends. He was predeceased by his devoted wife of 48 years, Doris, in
2000 and his brother Howard (Kaye). Born and raised in Nova Scotia, Ken
moved to Vancouver with his family in 1942. He and Doris lived in Williams
Lake and Prince George, moving to Surrey in 1972. Ken lived in their log
home until 2005, when he moved to Westminster House in South Surrey. He was
a jack of all trades with a heart of gold who would help anyone. There will
be a service at White Rock Baptist Church, 1657 140th St., Surrey, on
Saturday, May 27, 2006 to remember his life. Memorial donations may be made
to the Heart & Stroke Foundation or a charity of your choice.
Vancouver Sun and The Province on 5/20/2006.

CARTER, Arthur James "Jim" June 13, 1931 - May 13, 2006 Arthur James (Jim)
Carter (age 74) of Kamloops, B.C. passed away peacefully with his daughter
Bobbie by his side on May 13, 2006 in the Royal Inland Hospital after a
brief illness. He was predeceased by parents Arthur James and Josephine
Carter and his son Richard James Carter (age 46). He will be dearly missed
by his daughter Bobbie (Bill) of Nova Scotia, stepchildren Lynda (Dean),
Abbotsford, and Ross (Penny) Fort St. John, as well as brother Ralph (Liz),
sister Louise (Don) all of Abbotsford, and grandchildren, Jesse, Will,
Elizabeth, Jake, Calvin, Tayte and Dana. He is also lovingly remembered by
numerous nieces and nephews as well as many friends. From early days of
farming with the family in White Rock and Abbotsford, he went on to work at
several mills as well as for Ford and Toyota. He finished his career with
Northern Metallic in Fort St. John. After his retirement to Kamloops, Jim
continued to work through his many hours of volunteerism for various
organizations including Meals on Wheels, Legion #52, Kamloops Air Show and
the Special Olympics Winter Games. No service by request. He was remembered
by family and friends at an Open House, on Friday, May 19th, at his home in
Kamloops. In honour of Jim and in lieu of flowers please make any donations
to Legion # 52, Kamloops, or the Cancer Society.
Vancouver Sun and The Province on 5/20/2006.

CICCIA _ Maria Carmela, passed away in Burnaby on May 15th, 2006. Born July
22nd, 1918 in Mammola, R.C., Italy. Predeceased by her husband Salvatore,
son Francesco, granddaughter Lorena and son-in-law Domenico. Maria Carmela
will be lovingly remembered by daughters, Annunziata (Domenico) of Italy,
Immacolata, Maria (Egidio), Elvira (Jim), daughter-in-law Vincenza, 12
grand-children, 8 great-grandchildren, sister Giuseppina of Italy, also by
many nieces, nephews and relatives. Prayers will be offered on Tuesday, May
23rd, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. at St. Helens Parish, 3860 Triumph Street, Burnaby
where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Wednesday, May 24th
at 10:00 a.m. Entombment to follow at Ocean View Burial Park, 4000 Imperial
Street, Burnaby.
Vancouver Sun and The Province on 5/20/2006.

COUTTS _ Mabel Gladys passed away peacefully with her family by her side on
Tuesday, May 16, 2006 at the age of 81 years. Mabel was predeceased by her
loving husband Jim (1996), and she will be lovingly remembered by her
children Pat, Sheila (David), Karen (Laurie), Darcy (Gerry), Allen (Kathy),
Bart and Perry (Carol); 16 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; sisters
Evelyn (Austin) and Lavonne; her special aunt Violet; nieces, nephews and
their families. A Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, May 20, 2006 at
1:00 pm at All Saints Anglican Church, 33077 Second Ave., Mission, BC.
Interment to follow at Hatzic Cemetery. If desired, donations in Mabel's
memory may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or a charity of your
choice. Arrangements entrusted to Woodlawn Mission Funeral Home 604-826-9548
Vancouver Sun on 5/20/2006.

MOLLY CUTRESS - April 22, 1924 - May 22, 2003 As we loved you, so we miss
you; In our memory you are near. Loved, remembered, longed for always.
Bringing many a silent tear. Love Bill & both families
Vancouver Sun on 5/20/2006.

DAVIES _ John Anderson Born December 12, 1926 in Wales. Passed away in
Duncan on May 16, 2006 with his loving and very devoted wife of 56 years
Marja at his side. He was a proud member of the Welsh Guards serving and
wounded in WWII and later in Palestine. He was a member of the London Metro
Police before immigrating and joining New Westminster City Police where he
served for 25 years. Dad (Opa) is sadly missed by his family Hugh and Lynn;
Tina and Don; and his grandchildren Kyle, Kim and Robin. There will be a
private family service held at Sands Funeral Chapel, 187 Trunk Road, Duncan,
BC on Monday, May 22, 2006 at 10:00 a.m. Condolences may be offered at SANDS of DUNCAN 250-746-5212
Vancouver Sun on 5/20/2006.

EDWARDS _ Linda Marie (nee JAMES) It is with deep sadness we announce the
sudden death of Linda Marie Edwards of Barnston Island, born February 27,
1950, passed away May 17, 2006 at Burnaby General Hospital. Predeceased by
her parents Cliff and Nancy Kershaw, she is survived by her brothers, Len
(Marge) James, Allan James, cousins Patty, Sharon, Audrey, Lil and many
nieces, nephews and cousins. Prayers will be said on Monday, May 22 at 7:00 Garden Hill Funeral Chapel, 11765-224th Street, Maple Ridge. Funeral
Mass will be celebrated on Tuesday, May 23, 2006 at 11:00A.M. at St. Luke's
Catholic Church, 20285 Dewdney Trunk Road, Maple Ridge. Father Au Celebrant.
Interment at Katzie 3 Cemetery. Dinner Reception to follow at the Swaneset
Longhouse, Katzie Reserve. Expressions of sympathy can be made at
Vancouver Sun and The Province on 5/20/2006.

In Loving Memory of my Dear Husband Lars Flostrand Dec 12, 1919 - May 22,
1996 I have lost my soul's companion. A life linked with my own; And day by
day I miss him more As I walk through life alone. I miss you so much Lars,
Love Kay.
Vancouver Sun and The Province on 5/20/2006.

FRANCO _ Sally. In loving memory of Sally who passed away on May 17, 2006 at
the age of 82 years. She will be greatly missed by her family and
grandchildren. Viewing at the Richmond Funeral Home, 8420 Cambie Road,
Richmond, B.C. on Tuesday, May 23 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Funeral Mass at St.
Joseph the Worker, 4451 Williams Road, Richmond, B.C., Thursday, May 25th at
10:30 a.m. In lieu of flowers donations to St. Joseph's or the charity of
your choice would be appreciated.
Vancouver Sun on 5/20/2006.

GANTLY _ Margaret Patricia "Peggy" (nee Kennedy). Born September 20, 1930 in
Dublin, Ireland, passed away peacefully on May 17, 2006 in Coquitlam, B.C.
An adventurous soul, Peggy traveled through Europe at a young age, and spent
five years living and working in Switzerland and Chicago, a time which she
always recalled as some of the best years of her life. She met a fine young
Irishman, Noel Gantly, and in 1963 they were married in Terrace, B.C., and
made Canada their home ever since. They lived in Ontario and Quebec before
eventually settling back in B.C., where they raised their two children in
Prince George, Duncan, Cobble Hill and then Victoria. After spending many
years on Vancouver Island, Peggy and Noel relocated to Coquitlam in 2001.
Peggy endured numerous medical challenges, especially in her latter years,
but did so with courage, grace and an unrelenting faith and strength of
spirit that was a constant source of inspiration to her family and many
friends. In spite of her pain and discomfort, Peggy's sense of humour and
cheerful resolve touched all who were blessed enough to know her. Her family
would especially like to thank Dr. Matthew Choi and the wonderful and caring
staff at Dufferin Care Centre, whose infinite compassion and commitment to
Peggy's care was of great comfort to her, especially in her last days. Peggy
was predeceased by her father, William, in 1971, brother, Peter, in 2002,
and mother, Margaret in 2005. She is survived by her loving husband Noel,
daughter Moira (Stephen), son Mel (Katrina) and granddaughters, Emma, Aine
and Annie. She will also be sadly missed by her loving cousins in Ireland,
Adrian (Emer) and Peter O'Gorman, Mary (Tony) Byrne and family, Kevin (Mary)
Kenny and family, Elizabeth Doyle, and Betty Clarke (Liam). Mass of the
Resurrection, followed by reception, will be celebrated at 1:00 pm on
Tuesday, May 23rd, at St. Clare of Assisi Catholic Church, 1320 Johnson St.,
Coquitlam. Donations to the Canadian Arthritis Society respectfully
suggested in lieu of flowers.
Vancouver Sun on 5/20/2006.

GIBB _ TRACEY PATRICIA 1959 - 2006 Tracey passed away at her home on
Thursday, May 11th with her heartbroken mother and beloved cat, Hastings, by
her side. Tracey was born on August 28th, 1959 in Vancouver, the only child
of Geraldine Gibb and the late Charles Gibb. She graduated from Crofton
House School in 1977, after having received the outstanding scholarship
award for the five years she was at the school. She attended Queen's
University in Kingston, Ontario and upon graduation, enrolled in Law School
at UBC. She spent one year clerking for the Supreme Court of Canada and was
admitted to the Bar in 1985. She spent a short time in Victoria working for
the Solicitor General's Dept. of the Provincial Government. Upon returning
to Vancouver, she worked for the law firm of Swinton & Co. and left there to
work for the Vancouver Stock Exchange. Shortly before the Vancouver Exchange
was amalgamated with the Toronto Exchange, she joined the law firm of Davis
& Co. and became a partner in 1999. With the desire to concentrate more on
the formation of technology companies, she joined Lang Michener in 2003 and
worked there until the time of her death. Tracey was also active in the
community, a member of many groups and organizations. She was particularly
interested in the Vancouver Enterprise Forum and was their past chair. After
her diagnosis of inflammatory breast cancer, she stayed strong and healthy
for over two years during which time she had a great deal of enjoyment
dragon boating with "Abreast in a Boat" as well as vigorously participating
in their fund-raising activities. She was unflagging in her fight against
this insidious disease, unfortunately to no avail. Right up to the day of
her death, surrounded by loving friends and her mother, she lost her battle
on Thursday, May 11th. A Memorial Service will be held on Tuesday, May 30th,
at 1:30 p.m. at Brock House, 3875 Point Grey Road, Vancouver, B.C. V6R IB3.
By request, no flowers, but if you so desire, you may send a donation to the
Cancer Society to help find a cure for inflammatory breast cancer.
Vancouver Sun and The Province on 5/20/2006.

GILES _ Kaye Frances. In loving memory of our Mum, Grandma and Sister. Born
February 6, 1933 in Yorkton, Sask., passed away May 18,2006 in New
Westminster, BC. Predeceased by her husband Les and grandchildren, Bobby,
David, Calvin and Jewel. Survived by her loving family: sons, Larry (Diane),
Brian (Charlotte), Mark (Lisa), Dennis (Cathy), Darryl (Trudie) and Bruce
(Heidie); grandchildren, Allyson, Vicki, Andrea, Robert, Alex, Richie,
Kimberly, Christine, Syd, Nicolas, Clayton and Fischer, sister Carmen
(Walter), niece, nephews and dear friends. Memorial service will be held
Wednesday, May 24, 2006 at 11:00 am at First Memorial - Burkeview Chapel,
1340 Dominion Ave., Port Coquitlam, B.C.
Vancouver Sun and The Province on 5/20/2006.

GRAUER _ Todd June 30, 1977 - May 12, 2006 It is with great sadness that we
announce Todd's tragic passing at the age of 28. He will be greatly missed
by his father John; brother Craig; stepmother Allison; stepsister Rebecca;
grandfather Carl; loving cousins; aunts and uncles, as well as many
wonderful friends. He was predeceased by his mother Heather. Todd lived in
Richmond where he was born and raised. He graduated from Vancouver College,
attended the University of Victoria and received a degree in Real Estate
Appraisal from Langara College. For the past several years he has been
employed by Campbell & Pound Real Estate Consultants. Todd was an extremely
gifted athlete having excelled in baseball, football and body building. His
larger than life personality and charm won the hearts of all who knew him.
Please join us in a celebration of Todd's life on Saturday, May 27, 2006 at
2:00 p.m. at Quilchena Golf and Country Club, 3551 Granville Avenue,
Vancouver Sun and The Province on 5/20/2006.

GRAY _ Robert January 6, 1919 to May 14, 2006 Robert Gray was born in
Vancouver and watched the city grow up around him for more than 87 years. He
was a devoted and loyal husband to Elsie, who died in 1994. Bob lived every
day to the fullest, enjoying his family, his friends and his city. His
memory will live on through his children Marlene Fry (Bert), Ken Gray (Anne)
and Marj Welch (Ted), his grandchildren Eric Fry (Susanne), Wendy Gray
(Michael) and Cindy Gray, and his great-grandson Noah. Bob was a long-time
employee of Canada Post and also worked with the Corps of Commissionaires.
He served overseas during the Second World War with the #4 General Hospital
Regiment, and was a member of Canadian Legion Branch 177. There will be no
service at Bob's request. If you wish, you can make a donation in his memory
to the charity of your choice. The family wishes to thank all the staff at
Chalmers Lodge for their kindness.
Vancouver Sun and The Province on 5/20/2006.

GUILD _ Ray January 1, 1937 - May 14, 2006 Passed away peacefully after
lengthy illness. Survived by sister, Rhoda Higgins; 3 nieces, Allison,
Andrea, Adrienne; 2 grand-nephews; and 1 grand-niece. Celebration of life
will take place at a later date.
Vancouver Sun on 5/20/2006.

HAGGERT _ Patricia Catherine (nee SAGRIS), born Vancouver, B.C. July 28,
1930, passed away peacefully May 14, 2006. She is survived by her loving
family, her husband of 49 years, Robert, son Robert T.N., daughter Sandra
(Chris) Thompson, grand-children Daryl, Victoria and Michael, devoted
brother Jack (Barbara), nieces Kim (Ray) Newstead, Cara (Mike) Cordoba,
nephews Michael (Fiona) Sagris, Jack (Lorie) Sagris, and great-nephews and
great-nieces. Daughter of Nicholas and Catherine, Pat grew up in Kitsilano
and as a child loved horses, vacationing in Boundary Bay, and spending many
happy hours in the home of her lifelong friend, Rosalie. Pat graduated from
Kitsilano Secondary School in 1948, completed Senior Matriculation at King
Edward High School, and enjoyed employment at Seaboard Lumber Company as a
Documentations Clerk until marriage and beginning a family. Pat loved
gardening, art, knitting, classic movies, reading, lunching with her dear
friends, and spending time with her grandchildren of whom she was immensely
proud. Pat's family is most grateful for the excellent care she received
from the doctors and nurses at Mount St. Joseph's, St. Paul's, and Holy
Family Hospitals. No service at Pat's request. Donations in Pat's memory,
should you wish, to a charity of your choice. Straight is the line of Duty,
Curved is the line of Beauty, Follow the straight line, thou shall see The
Curved line ever follow thee.
Vancouver Sun and The Province on 5/20/2006.

HANSEN _ Fred Ivar, born March 6, 1925 in Bakkendrup, Sjaelland, Denmark,
died peacefully at his home May 5, 2006 in Maple Ridge, BC, after a short
and painful struggle with mesothelioma. Fred immigrated to Canada in 1957
with his wife Aase and two children. Survived by five children, Arne, Inge
(Bob), Jane, Steven and Allan; grandchildren Nigel and Jessica Briggs,
Isaiah and Braden Hansen. Also survived by his brothers Jorgen of California
and brother Lief and sister Birgit Holm of Denmark. Predeceased by his wife
Aase of Maple Ridge, and sisters Ellen Jensen, Annie Pedersen and brother
Poul, all of Denmark. Fred was very active in the Danish-Canadian Community
Centre and the Dogwood Canoe Club. To honour his life, a memorial service
will be held at the Danish Lutheran Church, 6010 Kincaid Street, Burnaby, on
Saturday, June 3 at 1:00 pm with a reception to follow in the church hall.
Flowers gratefully declined in favour of contributions to the Danish
Lutheran Church or Ridge Meadows Hospital Foundation.
Vancouver Sun on 5/20/2006.

HOSKIN _ Leonard George "Len" - Born February 23, 1920 in Darmouth, South
Devon, England. A TRUE GENTLEMAN. Passed away peacefully in his sleep May
13, 2006 after a lengthy battle with Alzheimers. Survived by his loving wife
Iris of 63 years, two sons John (Sharon) and Michael (Marlene), four
grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren and three sisters Peggy, Phyllis
and Joyce of England. No service by request. In lieu of flowers, please send
a card of fond memories of Len to Iris.
Vancouver Sun and The Province on 5/20/2006.

HOWARD _ Frederick H. (Joe), MID, P. Eng., B. Sc. T., in his 87th year, died
peacefully, in Toronto on May 18th, 2006, surrounded by family. Born in
Montreal, the first of two sons of Clifford and Charlotte Howard. After
sojourns in New Rochelle, Rye and Pelham Manor, New York, Joe's family
settled in Toronto where he attended Upper Canada College from 1927 to 1936.
Earlier summers were spent at Camp Temagami, later ones working in the
Canadian Locomotive Company in Kingston. He graduated in 1940 from U of T
with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering.
He joined the Canadian Pacific Railway as the second employee and a senior
draughtsman of the new Munitions Department at Angus Workshops in Montreal,
his main contributions being the re-design of the major assemblies of
Vickers-Armstrongs' Valentine Tank Mark III. During WWII he was commissioned
as a 2nd Lieutenant in Montreal with the Royal Ordnance Corps, later
transferring to the Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
(RCEME). He served both in Barriefield and at the only tank workshop in
Canada, Camp Borden, before going overseas to Slough, England in Jan. 1944.
He left for Normandy in Aug. 1944, and served with the 2nd Canadian Advanced
Base Workshop in Antwerp from Sept. 1944 to Oct. 1945, when he was Mentioned
In Dispatches. He retired at the rank of Captain in early 1946. Joe returned
to civilian life as a CPR roundhouse foreman at Ottawa-West and Hochelaga
(Montreal). He overcame polio and moved to London, Ont. in 1950 to join
General Motors Diesel as a foreman. He was subsequently promoted through
General Foreman, Assistant to Works Manager, Assistant Superintendent, Chief
Inspector to New Products Coordinator; his most significant accomplishment
during that period was the development of the Portager railroad freight car.
In 1960, he moved to Toronto with General Motors Frigidaire Division, was
subsequently promoted to Chief Engineer and was a visible contributor to
Habitat 67 at Montreal's World Fair. In 1969 he moved to Halifax as the
first president and chairman of two provincial crown corporations, Halifax
International Containers and Halterm Limited. In 1980 he co-founded and was
president of Novaport International Consultants which provided
transportation consulting services, principally in the Caribbean. He moved
to Calgary in 1985 as the first president of Alberta Intermodal Services. He
subsequently served as an advisor on transportation matters to the late
Honourable Senator Finlay MacDonald, and as recently as 2001, actively
consulted to the World Bank and various governments (Canada and China). He
was the Honourary Consul for the Federal Republic of Germany in Halifax, and
a member of Mensa.Joe co-founded the Upper Canada Railway Society and was a
contributing member of the Canadian Transportation Research Forum. He was a
constant contributor to Trains Magazine and authored many papers on a wide
range of technical and historical aspects of railroading and transportation.
He was a Chairman of United Way and Canadian Cancer campaigns and President
of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce and The Nova Scotia Council for Canadian
Unity. He was predeceased by his wife, Mary Annetta (nee Carolan, d. 1986)
of 33 years, and by his brother, R.B. Dick Howard (Upper Canada College
Headmaster, d. 1996). He is survived by his children R. Michael Howard
(Julie) of Bangkok, Thailand, L. Joseph Howard (Louise) of Calgary and Anne
Lowndes (Jock) of Toronto; his grandchildren Paul (Katie), Jay (Fran) and
Heather and Jill Lowndes; and his great-grandchildren Cameron, Christopher,
Andrew and Erin Howard. Joe earned the respect, admiration and friendship of
colleagues throughout his career by his eagerness to pursue innovative ideas
to successful conclusions and to undertake groundbreaking leadership
positions. His zest for life and passionate enjoyment of his hobbies and
interests - railroading and baseball, to name two - led to many lively
friendships. His love for his family was active, unconditional and
unrelenting. He is remembered as one who took his responsibilities
assiduously, pursued knowledge relentlessly and was generous in sharing his
thoughts. He was a loving father and a very proud Canadian who strongly
believed in giving back to this world that he so enjoyed. He died with
courage and dignity, and graciously donated his body to the University of
Toronto for medical research. Well done. Friends and acquaintances may send
their remembrances by emailing them to . A memorial
service will be organized in Toronto later this year. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made to a childrens charity of your choice.
Vancouver Sun on 5/20/2006.

In Loving Memory of Anker Kjerside June 11, 1917 - May 19, 2003. It has been
3 years since you left us. We miss you so much. You would have been so proud
of your great-grandson, Joshua. You are in our daily thoughts. Your memory
will remain in our hearts forever. Miss and love you, wife Leona; son Erling
and daughter-in-law, Lissi; granddaughters Henrietta, Marlena and husband
Blair and Joshua.
Vancouver Sun and The Province on 5/20/2006.

KUIPERS _ Maria Elisabeth (Ria) Beloved mother, grandmother,
great-grandmother and friend passed away in her sleep May 7th, 2006, aged 85
years. Lovingly remembered and deeply missed by her devoted family,
daughters Marion (Jack), Inge, Judy (Ian), her grandchildren Rudy, Emiel,
Rodney, Yvonne, Lori-Ann and Jaclyn and 5 great-grandchildren and many
friends and loved ones. A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, May 26th,
2006 at 11:00 a.m. in the Valley View Funeral Home Arbor Chapel, 14660 -
72nd Ave., Surrey, BC.
Vancouver Sun and The Province on 5/20/2006.

KYLLO _ Grant, born December 20, 1927. Passed away peacefully with his
family by his side on May 16, 2006. He will be lovingly remembered by his
wife of 30 years, Lauradel; his three children Rick (Brenda), Janice (Ed),
Cathie (Randy); six grandchildren Thomas, Grant (Malai), Daniel, Jordan,
Natalie, Jessica; two brothers Don and Lorne; many relatives and good
friends. A Memorial Service will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 23,
2006 at Victory Memorial Park Funeral Centre, 14831 28th Avenue, Surrey. In
lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Peace Arch Hospital Palliative
Care or Team Thrust Ministries. Victory Memorial Park Funeral Centre 604-536-6522
Vancouver Sun on 5/20/2006.

LEDLIN _ It is with broken hearts that we announce the sudden and unexpected
death of an irreplaceable husband, father and grandfather. Ed passed away
May 12, 2006 at the age of 72. He will be deeply missed by his loving wife
Irene, daughter Tracey, son Fred, grandchildren Ryan, Katie, Melanie,
Jessica, Courtenay, Sarah, Mark, Ali and his brother-in-law Bill. Ed's
positive and generous ways touched all those around him making each person
he met feel special in their own way. Those who knew Eddy will always
remember him whistling, laughing and his witty sense of humour. Also, he was
the first person to arrive at the Eaglequest Driving Range each morning
anxiously waiting for the doors to open. When Ed wasn't hitting golf balls
or happily giving golf tips, then he was solving all of his clients
Real-estate needs or passionately talking about nutrition (Vita-Ed) and
continually raising awareness and funds for Huntington disease. He was an
unforgettable character. A private gathering will be held in Ed's honour. In
lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to: Canada Safeway, 7450 - 120th St.,
Surrey, B.C. V3W 3M9, c/o Tracey - "Huntington Research"
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LESLIE _ Robert Ernest, died April 19, 2006 at his home in Burnaby. Robert
Leslie was born December 7, 1925 at 1380 Hornby St., Vancouver BC, in the
historic little yellow house now known as Umberto's Restaurant. He grew up
as a child going to English Bay after school and enjoying the beach and
walking the sea wall his entire life. He served in the RCAF during WWII.
Robert was a quiet private person with a intense interest in reading and
learning all he could. Robert is survived by his sister Ruth Frances
Klakowich of Burnaby and his five nephews Ken Klakowich of Vancouver, Ron
Klakowich of Edmonton, Raymond Klakowich of Burnaby, Alan Klakowich of Delta
and Neil Klakowich of Burnaby. He was cremated at Forest Lawn Crematorium
and there will be no service at his request.
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MACKENZIE _ Audrey Elizabeth born March 22, 1913 in Moncton, New Brunswick,
died May 15, 2006 at the Findlay Pavilion, Peace Arch Hospital, White Rock,
B.C. She will be remembered with love by her friends. No service by request.
Fraser Heights Funeral Home (604) 589-2559
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MacLEOD _ Phyllis Madeline (nee WRIGHT) passed away peacefully on May 13,
2006. She is survived by her husband of 61 years, Stuart; son, George
(June); daughter, Joan (Dave); grandchildren, Jennifer, Alex, Shealyn,
Kristin and Taryn as well as her sisters, Joan and Mary. Phyllis was
predeceased by her infant son and siblings, Bill, Frances and Ruth. A
service will be held at a later date. No flowers by request. Donations in
her memory may be made to the Canadian Memorial United Church, 16th and
Burrard Street in Vancouver or to a charity of your choice.
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McVICAR _ Donald, born April 7, 1935 in Vancouver. Predeceased by his
parents Archie and Ruth McVicar. He passed away May 13th, 2006 at Fairhaven
Extended Care Unit. Donald is survived by his cousins Archie McKay, Betty
Ringdahl, Tom McVicar, Mary Gawle, Rod MacVicar, Marilyn Paine, and Ian
MacVicar. Donald had Down's Syndrome. After his parents passed away Donald
was cared for by his uncle and aunt, Rod and Elizabeth MacVicar for nearly
thirty years. He then went to live in a L'Arche group home, and finally to
Fairhaven. He lived a much longer life than had once been expected, due to
the care he received. The family would like to thank the staffs of L'Arche,
and Fairhaven for their loving care. A memorial service will be held at
South Burnaby United Church on Tuesday, May 23, 2006 at 2:30 p.m.
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Miscisco, Jean (Memoriam)
JEAN MISCISCO _ May 20, 2005 In Loving Memory of our mother grandmother and
great-grandmother _Love your family
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MOLL _ Keely (Margaret), born October 5, 1932 in Westmark, Alberta, BC, died
April 18, 2006 in Spirit River, Alberta. Keely, a resident of Rock Creek,
BC, died very peacefully surrounded in body and spirit by many friends and
family. Two celebrations of Keely's life will follow: on July 8 at 1:30 pm
at the Westmark Hall, Westmark, Alberta, and then on July 15 at 1 pm at the
Rock Creek Hotel. For info on the Rock Creek event call 250-446-2474. For
stories visit:
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Michael Mules 03/10/61 - 20/05/86 As long as we live You will live As long
as we live You will be remembered As long as we live You will be loved
Missing you always, Your family and friends
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OSTLUND _ Stanley Larsen "Stan" Born on November 1st, 1924 in Stirling,
Alberta. Stan passed away peacefully with his family at his side at Peace
Arch Hospital in White Rock on Wednesday morning May 17, 2006. Stan will be
dearly missed by his loving wife of 57 years, Patricia, son Stuart, twin
daughters Colleen and Cleo, sisters Althea Jones and Josephine McLeod,
grandchildren Leanne, Kurt and Victor. Stan was a WWII veteran in the
Canadian Armoured Corps. who worked with the CPR for 40 years before
retiring in 1984. An avid sports fan who remained physically active
throughout his life. Stan became an active golfer after retirement. A
celebration of his life will be held at the family home at 2:00 p.m. on
Saturday, May 27th.
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PANTAGES _ Joan Gwendolyn (nee TRICE) It is with great sadness we announce
that Joan passed away suddenly on April 28, 2006 at Lions Gate Hospital.
Joan was predeceased by husband (Richard) in 2002. She is survived by her
sister Pat Priest (Bob) of Salmon Arm and brother Allan Trice (Georgina) of
Port Moody as well as loving sons Dan (Wendy) and Greg (Kay) and will be
greatly missed by grandchildren Andrea, Tony, Dakha and Savanah, and many
nieces and nephews. Born August 24, 1926 in Vancouver, Joan and Richard
(Dick) later moved to Edgemont Village in North Vancouver to raise their
family and where Joan continued to live for over 50 years. She was a member
of the Daughters of Penelope and the West Vancouver YWCA. She was an active
volunteer for many years in Vancouver and the North Shore for events such as
Expo 86, the Red Cross blood donor clinics, and driving athletes to and from
competitions. Most recently she worked as a volunteer for the RCMP Community
Police in Edgemont Village. Joan enjoyed travelling and flying on short
trips with her brother in his plane. She cultivated many friendships,
expressing herself through her volunteer work and many crafts which she gave
away to friends and family. She had a generosity of spirit and a wonderful
sense of humour. She will be missed by many and fondly remembered by those
who knew her. A Celebration of Life will be held at Capilano Heights Chinese
Restaurant, 5020 Capilano Road, North Vancouver on Saturday May 27th from 12
to 3 pm.
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PETERSON _ Elsie (Whittaker) Johnstone January 24, 1914 - May 15, 2006 After
several years of declining health, Elsie gently passed away at a care
facility in Cobble Hill, on Vancouver Island. Elsie was born in Saskatoon,
but spent her adult life in Vancouver and Victoria. She was predeceased by
her first husband Jack Johnstone in 1946 and in 1991 by her second husband
Bill Peterson, whom she married in 1974. She leaves behind her three
daughters, Judith Klang, (Vancouver), Joan Thomson and husband Don, (Cobble
Hill). Donna Stadt and husband John, (Thetis Island) as well as six
grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. She will be remembered for her
tenacity, wit, fondness for animals and passion for music. She was an
exceptional pianist who passed on to her children her love of music. Her
family would like to acknowledge the kindness shown to her during her 10
years at the Wellesley in Victoria; and give special thanks to the staff at
the Gatehouse in Cobble Hill for the affection and care given over the past
two years. She will be cremated and her remains interred in Forest Lawn
Cemetery, Burnaby, with her beloved Jack. Sleep well Mom: and thanks for the
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PHILLIPS _ Russell James Spence "Bus" U.B.C. Professor Emeritus, Director of
Athletics at U.B.C. for 27 years (1953 - 1980), and consultant for another
11, passed away on May 5th 2006, 9 days after suffering a stroke. He is
survived by his loving wife of 67 years, Louise; brother Ray and family;
sons Andy, David (Maggie), Murray (Tanis) and their two sons, his grandsons,
Eric and Dylan; and extended family. Predeceased by sisters May, Evelyn and
brother Bob. He will be greatly missed by his golfing partners of so many
good years. The family thanks the doctors and especially the nursing staff
of the Vancouver General Hospital. If desired, donations may be made to a
youth recreation program or charity of your choice. Bus has crossed the
finish line. Few have run so well. No funeral service by request. There will
be an informal gathering to honour Bus's life at the University Golf Club,
5185 University Blvd, UBC Endowment Lands from 1-4 pm on Sunday, May 28.
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PINKERTON _ Today we announce the death of Rev. Stanley Hay Pinkerton of
North Vancouver who died at Evergreen House, North Vancouver, May 18, 2006.
Stanley was born in Moncton, N.B., March 5, 1910. Stanley is predeceased by
his father and mother, Rev. John James and Edna Pinkerton, brother Gordon
and wife of 58 years, Marion Lucretta. Stanley is survived by sister Beth
Shilvock, second wife Jane, son Brian and daughter Linda Gunn, five
grandchildren, Geoffrey, John, Iain, Johanna and Christina, 8
great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Stanley was ordained by The
United Church of Canada in 1936 and served the church in Vanderhoof, Agassiz
and Britannia Beach. He enlisted in the Canadian Army in 1942 and served as
a Chaplain overseas. After the war he began a career in Social Work and for
many years was the Executive Director of the Children's Aid Society in
Vancouver. He loved to fish, was an amazing gardener and a good friend. The
family would like to give special thanks to Debra Knowles who for the past 4
years has given Stanley special care. A funeral service will take place at
Lynn Valley United Church, 3201 Mountain Hwy, North Vancouver, Tuesday, May
23rd at 7 p.m., Rev. Sharon Copeman presiding.
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PULLEN _ Isobel Mary, age 93, passed away on Sunday, May 7, 2006 at
Windermere Lodge, Vancouver B.C., from complications of Alzheimer's Disease.
She was born in Vancouver B.C. on March 16, 1913, to Frank Edgar and Jane
Hamilton (Rennie) Pullen of Whonnock, B.C. She attended McLean High School
in Haney B.C., and completed a secretarial course at King Edward High School
in Vancouver. During the 1930's, she was employed by the Post Office in
Whonnock, until she enlisted in the WRENS during the Second World War. After
basic training in Galt, Ontario, she was posted to Halifax where she
remained for the duration of the war. Subsequent to her war service, she was
employed in civilian life as a Legal Secretary for the Department of
National Defense in Vancouver until her retirement. By nature, Isobel was a
very charitable person, as evidenced by her many years of volunteer service
with the Vancouver General Hospital Auxiliary. She is survived and will be
missed by a sister, Edith (Andrew) Drewry of Richmond; three nieces, Jean
(Joe) Gerrath of Guelph, Ontario, Grace (Larry) Nelson of Tsawwassen, Anne
(Len) Stroh of North Delta; two nephews, Frank (Kathy) Pullen of Kelowna,
and Fred (Mary) Pullen of Campbell River; and ten grandnieces and nephews
and their families. She was predeceased by her parents, a brother Harry and
his wife Marguerite (Christensen). Special thanks to the staff and care
givers at Windermere Lodge where Isobel resided for the last 22 years of her
life. The exceptional care and concern shown for her is greatly appreciated
by the family. A Memorial Service will be held at the Maple Ridge Cemetery
on May 24, 2006 at 10:00 AM, the Reverend Bruce Christensen officiating. In
lieu of flowers, a donation to the Windermere Lodge, 900 W. 12th Ave.,
Vancouver BC V5Z 1N3, or the Alzheimer's Society of British Columbia would
be gratefully received.
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ROBERTSON _ Charles Allan Passed away in Victoria on May 18, 2006. He was
born in Bay Fortune, P.E.I. on June 14, 1932. He is survived by Alice, his
loving wife of 40 years; daughter, Heather (Cam); son, Cameron (Carol);
grandchildren, Jamie, Paul, Desmonde, Jennifer, Zachary, Emily and Devon and
one great-grandchild. A memorial service will be held at MCCALL BROS. FLORAL
CHAPEL, Johnson & Vancouver Streets, Victoria, BC on Thursday, May 25, 2006
at 3:00 pm with a reception to follow in the Graham and Torrey McCall Family
Centre. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Vancouver Island
Kidney Patients Association (VIKPA), P.O. Box 5145, Station B, Victoria,
B.C. V8R 6N4. Condolences may be offered to the family at
. McCall Bros. of Victoria, B.C. (250) 385-4465
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SAINAS _ Roberta Eleanor. Only daughter from the marital union of Laurie
Plowright and Mamie Scrogge was born in Vancouver on June 2, 1928. She has
passed away on May 11, 2006 due to a sudden illness after a long and
eventful life. Though well traveled, she lived in the Point Grey area all
her life and truly loved Vancouver. Roberta is survived by Peter, her loving
husband of 55 years, her son Stephen, his wife Tana, and her four
grandchildren Colt, Colby, Keegan, and Nico. She will be sadly missed by our
large loving family, those that knew her well, and the many people that she
worked and traveled with over the years. Roberta was a very dedicated wife,
supportive mother, doting grandmother, and a gardener extraordinaire. She
has enriched all our lives with her wit, charm, spirit, and tenacity, her
beautiful garden and her overall love of life. She was a person who truly
cared for all things living and tried to help them along whenever she could.
She has left us all with many wonderful memories to remember her by. Those
of you who knew her are invited to join her family and friends on Tuesday,
June 6 at 1:00 p.m. for a short memorial service at Canadian Memorial United
Church, 1806 West 15th Ave., Vancouver BC (15th and Burrard St.) followed by
a celebration of life. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the
Vancouver SPCA or the charity of your choice. Condolences and tributes may
be sent to the family by visiting
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SATO _ Yoshiaki "Sunshine", born April 26, 1917 in Vancouver, passed away
peacefully on Thursday, May 18, 2006 at the age of 89. Predeceased by his
brother Kojiro in 1987. He is survived by his loving wife Fumi (nee Ohori)
of 64 years. Also survived by his sister-in-law Virginia Sato, and nephews
Michael, Bruce (Nahoko) Sato. Funeral service will be held on Tuesday, May
23, 2006 at 2:00 PM at Valley View Funeral Home, 14660-72nd Ave., Surrey. In
lieu of Koden and flowers, donations to the charity of your choice will be
greatly appreciated.
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SHERMAN _ John Meinte. Born in Leeuwarden, Netherlands on April 24th, 1932.
Passed away peacefully on May 2nd, 2006 at St. Paul's Hospital. Survived by
his wife, Yvonne, children, Marian (Ron), David and Eric and grandchildren,
Ben, Charles, Luke, Carolyn and Lisa. John graduated from the U. of A. in
1956 and then went on to work for the CIBC in Calgary, Toronto, New York,
Zurich and finally Vancouver. John had wanderlust for interesting places and
had the good fortune to travel extensively. He had a passion for political
discussion and good food. No service by request. A celebration of his life
was held by family. Should you wish, donations to St. Paul's Hospital, Lions
Gate Hospital or The West Vancouver Memorial Library could be made in his
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SMITH _ David Roy (1947-2006) David was born in West Vancouver, to Joan and
James Smith. He is survived by his wife Catherine and their two children
Valerie and AJ; his sister Judy, her sons, Jason and Skylar; Uncle Martin;
his brother Martin; and his niece Lena. David led an incredibly full life.
He began his own construction company at 21, worked for Corrections, and
then headed off to work in New Guinea for CUSO. Never one to miss an
opportunity, he experienced New Guinea as few others, trekking to ceremonies
in remote locations, conquering mountains and exploring the culture. When it
was time to return home, he and his friend, Ted Murray, outfitted Tiki, a 20
1/2-foot replica of John Guzzwells sailboat Trekka to sail from New Guinea
to Victoria. David moved to Quadra Island where Sam Hooley hired him as a
construction worker. So began David's love affair with a place that he
considered heaven on earth. He later opened Discovery Islands Realty and, in
so doing, coined the term Discovery Islands. His enthusiasm, sense of
adventure and love of life were infectious. He enjoyed a challenge and
inspired his family to look at life as a journey that offered a banquet of
opportunities. He hiked, biked, snowboarded, rock climbed, boated and
traveled. David made the most of every minute and was ever ready to share
that enthusiasm with others. There was always room for Val and AJ's friends
to join in whenever an opportunity presented itself. David's family and
friends were his greatest passion. In lieu of flowers, please make a
donation to a personal charity or support local school or community
activities. David firmly believed these are instrumental in helping shape
healthy individuals and a healthy community. A Celebration of Life will be
held at the Quadra Community Center on June 2 at 2 pm.
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STEEVES _ Margaret Bertha May 11, 1917 - May 13, 2006 Passed away peacefully
at Finlay Pavilion, White Rock in her 89th year. Predeceased by her loving
husband Dick, 2001 and grandson Sean, 1999. Survived by only son Leo;
daughter-in-law Marg; grandson Scott (Barb); granddaughter Susan (Mike);
great-grandchildren Jess, Jonathan, Carey and Leo. Mom was born in Yorkton,
Sask and traveled to Vancouver as a young woman to train as a nurse,
graduating from St. Paul's Hospital. She met dad in the Yukon where she
worked at the Mayo Hospital. They spent many wonderful years living on the
coast of BC and finally settling down in Duncan, B.C. Mom was very involved
in her community, P.M. of Cypress Chapter #92, Sunset Chapter #44 (Grand
Ester). She was Grand nurse at Grand Chapter OES several times. Member of
Miriam Temple #2, Daughters of the Nile. She was a very accomplished pianist
which led to the creation of the Seniors Harmonica Band. They traveled and
entertained the Island community for many years, and were invited to play
much to their delight, Expo 1986. Mom spent her last years with her family
in White Rock and resided the last year at Finlay Pavilion. We thank the
wonderful caregivers on Finlay 2-East for their kind and caring attention.
She was loved by all and we will miss her in our life. No service by
request. The family will gather to celebrate her life. In lieu of flowers,
donations to the Canadian Cancer Society Volunteer Drivers Program, 565 West
10th Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5Z 4J4 Fraser Heights First Memorial
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STEPHENS _ Nina. Oct 15,1912 - May 13, 2006. Nina died peacefully in her
93rd year after a lengthy illness that she faced with courage and dignity.
Predeceased by her husband, Roy; survived by her daughter, Donna Crippen
(Jack); 3 grandchildren, Michael (Rachel), Chris and Stacey (Michael); and
one great-granddaughter Sophie and also sisters Pat Archibald and Betty
Dyson. Nina was very proud of her many nieces and nephews, great-nieces and
nephews and great great-nieces and nephews, all of whom loved their fun
Auntie dearly.Nina lived a life full of variety and adventure and wherever
she went, she made a difference. We admired her indominable spirit and she
made the best ice box cookies. Family is grateful for the compassionate care
Nina received at Burnaby Fairhaven and from Doctor Davie over the past two
years. At her request there will be no service. In memory of her love of
children, donations may be made to the Vancouver Sun Children's Fund. A
shin-kicker in celebration of her life will be held at her sister's home,
Suite 701, 6888 Station Hill Dr, Burnaby on Sunday May 28th, 2-6 pm.
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STEWART _ Freda (nee SOUTHERN) June 7th, 1917 - May 16th, 2006 Passed away
peacefully on May 16th, 2006 at 88 years. Freda was predeceased by her
husband Bill in 1991. She is survived by her loving children Robert
(Laurie), Bryan (Carolyn) and Suzanne (Norm) and her grandchildren Andrew,
Molly (Jonathan), Katie and Michael. The family wishes to thank Dr. David
Martin and the caring staff at Lions Gate Hospital for all their kindness
and attention. A memorial service will be held at St. Stephen's Anglican
Church in West Vancouver on Tuesday, May 23rd at 2:00 p.m. In lieu of
flowers, donations to the Heart & Stroke Foundation would be appreciated.
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STEWART _ Captain William Iain Born July 3, 1929 in Wishaw Scotland, passed
away peacefully on May 10, 2006. His supportive wife Joan and 7 children
Bill (Therese), Alan (Deborah), John (Judy), Brian, Lindsay (Chris), Robin
(Gabriella), Alexandra (Jim), numerous grandchildren and brothers Roy and
Alastair of Scotland survive him. Iain was a proud and active member of the
BC Coast Pilots from 1969 to 1984 when a tragic car accident left him unable
to work. He was an avid outdoorsman who loved the sea and spending time at
108 Mile. Heartfelt thanks to the nurses and staff of Fellburn where Iain
spent the past 20 years and to Bby General for their care and kindness.
Special thanks to Dugald and Chris who provided Dad with great
companionship, support and greatly improved quality of life. Private family
service to be held at a later date.
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STOKES _ Donald V. March 17, 1931 - May 19, 2000 Time slips by but memories
stay Quietly remembered everyday. _With love from Betty and family
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TIGAR _ In loving memory of David Albert, who passed away May 20, 1991.
Thank you for the happy times David and for the wonderful memories. _ From
his loving Mom, Madeline Tigar and family
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UNDERWOOD _ Elsie Mae (DANARD) Our loving mother and grandmother went
peacefully to be with her Lord on Thursday, May 11, 2006. She was
predeceased by her beloved husband Glen, her son Don, her daughter Dorothy,
grandson Rob and other dear family members. She is survived by her sister
Jean, son Ron (Bunny), daughter Doreen (Paul), stepchildren Dennis (Lynn),
Sherran (Gordon), Greg (Lana), Ryan (Cindy), and many nieces, nephews,
grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Elsie was born in Edmonton, Alberta
on December 8, 1918. She moved to BC in 1944, and had resided in White Rock
for the past 20 years. Elsie spent her last days at Weatherby Pavilion and
the family would like to thank her physician Dr. Charles King and all the
nursing staff for their loving care. Thank you Mom and Grandma for the
cherished memories that you gave to us. Your presence will always be with
us. A celebration of Elsie's life will be held on Friday, May 26 at Emmanuel
Evangelical Covenant Church (17028-16th Avenue, Surrey) at 2:00 p.m., Pastor
Albert Josephson officiating. Donations may be made to Peace Arch Hospital.
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WEIDMAN _ Lawrence Alvin 'Larry' passed away peacefully at Weatherby
Pavillion, White Rock, BC on May 16, 2006. He was born in Yorkton,
Saskatchewan, November 23, 1922. He is survived by his youngest brother
Clifford, his nephew Kim, his niece Jill and his close friends. He is
veteran of WWII having joined the army in 1942. Because of serious injury
suffered on military maneuvers he spent many months in hospital and was
honourably discharged in 1945. His injuries were a major influence on the
rest of his life. A memorial service will be held on June 17th, 2006, 2pm at
the Boal Chapel of First Memorial, 1505 Lillooet Road, North Vancouver.
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ZIMMERMAN _ Dr. Harold Weldon, 79, passed away peacefully on May 17, 2006 at
the Burnaby General Hospital. He is survived by his loving wife Lois; his
sisters, Mabel and Mildred and his four daughters and their families, Judy,
Bob and Jeffrey, Janice, Rachel and Tyson, Cheryl, Stephen, Sally and
Larissa, and Karen. Please join us at a reception to celebrate Harold's life
at The Hart House, 6664 Deer Lake Avenue, Burnaby on Tuesday, May 23, 2006
from 2 - 4 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Salvation
Army or a charity of your choice in his memory.
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