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Subject: [CANADA-OBITS] Victoria Times-Colonist; July 15, 2007
Date: Sun, 26 Oct 2008 02:26:19 -0800


Victoria Times-Colonist; Sunday, July 15, 2007
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Obituaries and Guest Books for 7/15/2007
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BACON, Frances Mary In the early evening of June 12, 2007 with a close
friend by her side, Fran (Frankie) passed away. Survived by her loving
daughter Christina (Wayne) Boomer, son Kevin (Cheri) Crighton, brother
Richard Gray and sister Barbara Toth. She was a fun loving Nana who will be
sadly missed by all of her grandchildren. Fran will be forever remembered
for her enthusiastic and outgoing personality that touched everyone who knew
her. A special thank you to the staff at Heritage Woods for everything they
did for Mom. A Celebration of Life will be held at the Juan de Fuca's
Seniors Centre on Saturday, July 21 at 1:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers,
donations can be made to the Juan de Fuca Seniors Centre in Fran's memory.
389548
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 7/14/2007 - 7/15/2007.


CHERRY, Anne A life long resident of BC, (aka the berry lady), passed away
peacefully June 17, 2007 with her family by her side in Ontario. Predeceased
by husband Grant, son Richard and grandson Richie, survived by her two
daughters Diana Fagan (Garry) and Sharon Cherry (Mike) and grandsons Rob
Parkes and Dustin Cherry. With her fun loving nature and carefree attitude
"She really lived" as she would say. "Annie the Riveter" she was one of the
first women to receive union wages while working for the ship yard at the
Esquimalt Harbour during WWII. Upon the end of the war is when she met the
love of her life Grant. We will miss you forever. Love Diana and Garry.
388261
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist on 7/15/2007.


CROOK, Jack We are sad to announce the death of Jack Crook on July 9, 2007
just two weeks after his 89th birthday. He was predeceased by his sister
Audrey and brother Ted. This past March he lost his wife of 62 years, Muriel
(Mounce). Jack is survived by his two sisters Betty and June, and three
daughters and husbands, Lyn and Syd, Joanne and John, Barbara and Bill. He
has five grandchildren, Michelle, Shawn, Joe, Darci and Patrick; 2 great
grandchildren Alex and Isabella. Our family would like to thank the men and
women of VGH Dialysis Unit who gave Jack more than two years of life to
enjoy. We will miss his ever positive outlook and great sense of humour.
Memorial service will be held at Forest Lawn Funeral Chapel, Saturday July
21 at 2:00 pm with reception to follow. In lieu of flowers, donations may be
made in Jack's Memory to Renal Development Fund, VGH Foundation Office, 855
W. 12th Avenue Vancouver, BC, V5Z 1M9. 389372
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist on 7/15/2007.


DALGLEISH, John Henry Passed away on July 6 at Jubilee Hospital with his
wife Dorothy and grandson Aaron by his side. Born October 31, 1917 in
Hamilton Ontario, he leaves his son John Robert and wife Dawn and grandson
Aaron of Victoria, brother David Robert and wife Sheila of Hamilton; also
many nieces, nephews, and cousins in the Hamilton Area. Jack met Dorothy in
High School and they married in 1941. As a trained machinist he taught at
the Canadian Army Trade School during the 2nd World War. They moved to North
Vancouver in 1945 and for the next 7 years Jack taught Vocational Machine
shop and Drafting at the North Vancouver High School. From 1952 to 1954 he
taught Teacher Training for Industrial Arts at the Vancouver Vocational
School. An appointment, as Director of Adult Education and Supervisor of
Technical and Vocational Education for the Greater Victoria School District
in 1955, brought Jack and Dorothy to Victoria. He became Director of Adult
Education in 1961. The Institute of Adult Studies, the precursor to Camosun
College, was opened during his tenor. In 1970, Jack along with wife Dorothy
was seconded by C.I.D.A. to assist with establishing the Trades Training
Programs in Zambia, Africa. On returning to Canada in 1972 he rejoined the
Administrative Staff of the Victoria School District and retired in 1978.
Jack had many interesting hobbies. He built "Tambua" #181 and enjoyed
sailing with the Thunderbird Fleet at the Royal Victoria Yacht Club during
the 60's. Upon retiring he enjoyed camping, R.V.ing with the Vagabond
Trailer Club, traveling, gardening and working in his workshop. Our sincere
appreciation to Dr. Lisa Veres, the staff in the emergency room, and 2nd
West of the Jubilee Hospital. Their care and consideration of Jack was
exemplary. At Jack's request there will be no service. 389151
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist on 7/15/2007.


(Memoriam)
DEELEY, Richard, Seaman WW2 FRASER, Captain Ken, Army WW2 MUIR, Captain
David, Seaman WW2 Lovingly remembered by children, sister and grandchildren,
Leah, Nicholas, Larry, Ricardo, Vanessa and Fraser, sons and grandsons.
388158
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist on 7/15/2007.


HAWKINS, Olive Lydia On July 2, 2007, Olive Lydia Hawkins passed away
peacefully at Rest Haven Lodge in Sidney, B.C. Olive was born in Medstead,
England in 1907, the only child of William Tollafield and Edith Winifred
Tollafield (nee Tomlinson). She came to Canada in 1919 with her parents and
finished school in Edmonton, Alberta. As a young woman, she worked for the
Hudson's Bay Company in Edmonton. While in Edmonton she met and later
married her husband, Edwin (Ted) Benson Hawkins on December 13, 1933. The
couple moved to Saanichton, B.C. in 1940 and operated a mink farm there for
many years. After the sale of their farm, Olive and Ted enjoyed many happy
years, boating along the B.C. coast and in their travels by motor home in
Canada and the United States. Olive enjoyed curling and was a long-time
member of the I.O.D.E. She was also an active volunteer with the Saanich
Peninsula Hospital Auxiliary. After Ted's death in 1978, Olive moved to
Summer Gate Village in Sidney in 1981. She moved to Rest Haven Lodge, Sidney
in December of 1996, where she had a happy home for the last 10 years.
Lovingly remembered by her niece, Joan Day of Edmonton, Alberta, her cousin
Pat Dowse of Swindon, Wilts, UK, her god daughter Joyce Kyle of Calgary,
Alberta, her dear long time friend Olive Whyte of Saanichton, B.C., and
their respective families. Special thanks to the staff of Rest Haven Lodge
for their excellent care, understanding and compassion over the years. In
accordance with Olive's wishes, cremation has taken place and a memorial
will take place at a later date. 388605
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 7/12/2007 - 7/15/2007.


HENDRICKS, John Robert Peacefully on July 7, 2007 in Victoria in his 78th
year. He is survived by Celia, his loving wife of 49 years; his daughter,
Sharon Elizabeth Kennedy of Walnut Creek, CA. and his grandson, Alex Kennedy
also many good friends in Victoria and across Canada. John had been a
Meteorologist for over 32 years, serving in many parts of Canada. His
special hobby was Magic Squares and Tesseracts. A Graveside Ceremony will be
conducted at Royal Oak Burial Park, 4673 Falaise Drive on Wednesday, July
18th at 2:00 p.m. Condolences may be offered to the family at
www.mccallbros.com 389374
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist on 7/15/2007.


HERMISTON, Marion B. A daughter of the late Norman and Hilda Verge, died on
Tuesday, July 10, 2007 at Royal Jubilee Hospital, Victoria. Born in Halifax
on November 27, 1927. Marion lived all of her early years in Nova Scotia.
She met Fred (Val) Hermiston in Halifax and following their marriage in
1955, moved to Victoria, B.C. Marion worked most of her married life,
retiring from employment with the RCMP in 1979. In a new city so far from
home, Marion knew much loneliness at times, particularly when Val was away
at sea and she had the full responsibility and care of their three children.
She suffered a number of setbacks and traumas in her life, but possessed of
an inner strength, and tremendous fortitude, she rose always to meet these
challenges. Marion was an avid bridge player, a great cook, had great
organizational skills and loved gardening to the extent of volunteer
gardening at Government House. Her association with Goward House brought her
much enjoyment and pleasure. As well, she and Fred travelled a great deal
following their retirement, visiting many countries and places of interest.
Marion is survived by her loving husband, Fred; her daughters, Sheila Lehr
of Abbotsford and Glenda Woznica of Victoria; seven grandchildren and ten
greatgrandchildren. She is survived also by sisters, Jean Bradley of Halifax
and Norma Walker of Bridgewater, Nova Scotia; nephews, Mark and Robert
Walker and David and Robert Bradley. Marion is predeceased by sons, Graham
and Carter. Cremation arrangements were entrusted to McCall Bros. Funeral
Home with interment at Royal Oak Burial Park. Should you wish, a memorial
donation may be made to a charity or society of choice. A reception where
family and friends may meet for a time of reflection and light refreshments
will be held at Goward House, 2495 Arbutus Road, on Sunday, July 22, 2007 at
2:00 pm. Condolences may be offered to the family at www.mccallbros.com
389657
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 7/14/2007 - 7/15/2007.


HOLLEFREUND, Joyce Helen January 1, 1926 July 12, 2007 Joyce arrived in
heaven to join her husband the late Kenneth Hollefreund on July 12, 2007.
She leaves behind her children: Edward (a.k.a.Ted), Vic (Melinda), Clint
(Diana), Karon Kurtz (Al) and Kurt. She also leaves behind ten grandchildren
and seven great-grand children. There will be a private family graveside
service. In celebration of her life a memorial service will be held on
Wednesday, July 18, 2007 at 1 pm at Victoria Christian Center, 804 Queens
Ave, Victoria. Friends, if they wish, may make a donation to the Jubilee
Hospital Renal Unit in lieu of flowers . Condolences may be offered to the
family at www.firstmemorialfuneral.com 389811
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist on 7/15/2007.


MRUK, (Peggy) Margaret July 20, 1922 July 11,2007 Passed away at Anderson
Manor Rest Home. Predeceased by her husband Al. She is survived by her son
Leonard Parkin (Sue), grandson Jamie, great grandson Tristen. Special thanks
to John Lehman and staff at Anderson Manor Rest Home. No memorial service by
request. 389686
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 7/14/2007 - 7/15/2007.


RAMAN, Elohim Ely died at home, July 7th, 2007 in his 77th year. He is
survived by his wife Joan Lawrence, and her family Brad Arnold, Patrick
Arnold, Susan Ganderton, Susan & Greg Beatson and grandchildren, Patty and
Ryan Beatson. Ely was an inspired artist, professor, friend, and mentor to
many. He was honoured around the world for his creation of the OH Cards just
one of his contributions to keeping the intuitive alive and well. Ely said
and strongly believed the purpose of art is to honour the face of God." Join
us in honouring Ely at a Celebration of his life to be held on Thursday
August 16th at 1:30 pm at the University of Victoria Interfaith Chapel.
Please pay park in Lot #6. A reception will follow at 3:00 PM at the UVIC
Faculty Club. Thank you to the team of loving people at Hospice. 388999
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 7/14/2007 - 7/15/2007.


SALMOND, Kathleen Ruth Born in Quill Lake, Saskatchewan, January 19, 1923
passed peacefully July 10, 2007 in Victoria. She was the daughter of Paul
and Sophie Cowley, and sister to Rachel, Pauline, Phyllis (all deceased),
Bill and Amy. She was a proud member of the Royal Canadian Air Force during
WW 2 in Ontario. She was married to Patrick Hammersley Salmond in 1948 until
his passing in 1996. She taught English, History and Drama from 1962 until
1983 at Belmont, Reynolds and Oak Bay High Schools. She was a World
Federalist, and a lifetime member of the NDP and the Unitarian Church of
Victoria. She is survived by her children, Robert James Salmond and Suzanne
Elizabeth Mah and her granddaughters Rebecca Dyan Salmond, L. Brittney
Kreuzer and Lia Suzanne Marie Salmond. A Memorial Service will be held at
The Unitarian Church, 5575 West Saanich Rd. at 2pm on Tuesday, July 17,
reception to follow at Mrs. Salmonds house, 1449 Harrop Rd. Flowers declined
in favour of a donation in her name to Amnesty International. 389571
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 7/14/2007 - 7/15/2007.


SMITH, Herbert Hartley Born: August 31, 1920, Youngstown, Alberta Died: June
30, 2007, Victoria, BC Survived by seven children James, Susan, Catherine,
Anne, Lydia, Denise and Frances, two siblings Beth and David, along with
nieces, nephews, grandchildren and countless friends and business friends.
Herb served as a Canadian Naval Officer, last rank of Lieutenant Colonel,
from 13 Sept. 1937 to 16 Mar. 1969. Some areas he served: HMCS Haida, HMCS
Micmac, HMCS Huron, and as Executive Officer, HMCS Cornwallis. Herb then
became a businessman and traveled, with his family, from Halifax NS to
Bermuda, BVI, Puerto Rico and other areas. In Victoria BC, he created
several beautiful properties, which will become a part of his legacy. His
soul was generous. He had a special quality of always seeing each individual
in a positive light, no matter what. Herb was loved by so many. He was also
an amazing artist in painting and a phenomenal naval athlete. After the
Navy, squash became a major accomplishment. Herb requested that his ashes be
scattered along with Hazel, his second wife, who died in March 2005, whom he
felt like a boat without a rudder. This was done on July 10 at Saxe Point a
beautiful, serene location, which they both dearly loved. He also did not
want to have a Memorial Service, but to let us think of him sailing on his
boat out in the Caribbean with his beloved Hazel. His last request was that
his children reunite that was done on his behalf. Memorial contributions may
be sent to a charity of your choice. "To live is to go on a journey; to die
is to come back home," Unknown 389751
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist on 7/15/2007.



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