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Victoria Times-Colonist; January 17, 2008 > Victoria home

Obituaries and Guest Books for 1/17/2008
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ACHURCH, Carol Louise (nee Boland) July 29, 1944 January 10, 2008 Leaves
behind her husband Don; sons Don (Stacy) and Scott (Nicki) Sheldrick and
their father Dave; mother Hazel Boland; sister Barb Begley (Atis); brothers
Doug and Gordon Boland; Aunt Helen and Uncle Jack in Winnipeg; many cousins
here and across Canada; special friends Judy and Harold Bell, Louise and
Dave Gallie as well as many caring friends met while wintering in Arizona
and holidaying in Westbank. Predeceased by her father Harold and brother
Bruce. Special thanks to Dr. Roy Gilbert for his kind care and service
during Mom's last days. Memorial services to be held at 2 pm on Monday
January 21, 2008 at First Memorial Funeral Services, 4725 Falaise Drive in
Royal Oak. In lieu of flowers please donate to her favorite charity;
Firefighters Burn Fund, P.O. Box 1203, Victoria, B.C., V8W 2T6. 437823
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 1/17/2008 - 1/18/2008.

ARMSTRONG, Robert Lindsay April 23, 1928 January 17, 2006 A Life Well Lived
Is A Precious Gift Filled with memories sweet and sad, With smiles and
tears, with friendships formed, And good times shared, A Life Well Lived Is
A Precious Gift Of hope, strength and grace, From someone who has made our
world A brighter, better Place. A life well lived is a legacy, A loving,
lasting memory, Our grateful hearts will treasure. We miss you so much Dear
Bob. Love Mary and families. 437684
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist on 1/17/2008.

BERG, Palmer Edward Nov. 23, 1924 Jan. 13, 2008 Palmer passed peacefully at
home surrounded by family. He is survived by his wife, Violet, and children
Debra, Doug, Brian and Kevin, and grandchildren Christopher, Hailee, Hannah,
Jonathan and Jessica. As a veteran of WWII, Palmer took great pride in his
wartime service. He took equal pride in his work with BC Hydro, where he
remained till retirement. Above all, he took pride in his family and
friends, who were with him till the end. His great affection, frank opinions
and strong sense of humour will be missed by all. Mass of Christian Burial
will be celebrated at St. Andrew's Cathedral, 740 View St. (at Blanshard) on
Friday, Jan. 18, 2008, 12 noon. Interment at Royal Oak Burial Park with
reception to follow at the hall of the Greek Orthodox Church of the Saviour,
4648 Elk Lake Drive, across the highway from the Royal Oak Burial Park on
Falaise Dr. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Victoria
Hospice Foundation or the charity of your choice. Condolences may be offered
to the family at . 437775
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 1/16/2008 - 1/17/2008.

BOWMAN, Raymond January 23, 1931 January 13, 2008 Born in Belfast, Northern
Ireland, died peacefully at Victoria General Hospital after a short struggle
with cancer. He is survived by Eleanor, his wife of 50 years. No service or
flowers by his request. 437697
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 1/17/2008 - 1/18/2008.

BROWN, Lorraine Jennifer (1936 2008) It is with a heavy heart that I
announce the death of my loving mom Lorraine Jennifer Brown (nee Chustskoff)
who passed away on December 27th, 2008 while in the Shirley Dean Pavillion
at Surrey Memorial Hospital. She was predeceased by her husband Gordon
Richard Brown on August 3rd, 1994 and is survived by her daughters, Heather
and Julie, her grandchildren Josh, Kristy, Kailee, and Brandon, her brother
Mike, her nephews Ken, Rick, and Byron, and her niece Terry. I would like to
thank everyone at the Surrey Memorial Hospital and the Shirley Dean
Pavillion for all they did to help her and for keeping her comfortable. It
was her wish that no service was to be held and that no flowers were to be
sent. Donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation. 437605
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 1/17/2008 - 1/18/2008.

BUTLER, Marjorie Jean November 22, 1923 January 7, 2008 BUTLER, Neil
Broughton June 24, 1915 April 7, 1998 A memorial service will be held
January 19, 2008 at 11:30 a.m. at St. David's Church, 1115 51A St.,
Tsawwassen for Neil and Marjorie. They gave us a great suppportive life with
high value. God Bless you both and know you are loved by your daughters
Linda (Delta), Kathy and Pat (Victoria), stepdaughter Sharron and George,
neices and nephews, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Thanks to Dr.
Gin, Dr. Jaffor, Dr. Sanjay, Delta Fire Department and Ambulance and Delta
Hospital. 437452
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 1/16/2008 - 1/17/2008.

CALDERBANK, Kathleen (Kay) Doris (nee Rippengale) 10 March 1924 to 15
January 2008 Kay passed away peacefully on 15 January 2008 at The Lodge at
Broadmead, Victoria. Kay was born in Saskatoon and made Victoria her home
when she was 19. Kay met her future husband Ken on New Years Eve 1943 and
embarked on a lifetime of adventure. Kay achieved much in her life and was
very proud of her two sons. Ken was seconded to the Royal Navy for
submariners training in 1954. Kay's time overseas with the family in England
and Australia were well enjoyed and fondly remembered. She enjoyed the Navy
family, and especially the camaraderie of the submarine service. Kay's trips
across Canada from Halifax to Victoria in 1959 and 1960 were a real treat,
especially when she drove at over 100 miles per hour. Upon returning to
Canada in 1965, Kay and Ken built a home on an acreage in Deep Cove, North
Saanich. In 1972 they decided to return to Australia. Kay and Ken made two
trips completely around Australia, which were very special times. In 1979
Kay and Ken built another home east of Condong near Murwillumbah. Kay was
proud to have held dual Canadian and Australian citizenship. Kay and Ken
returned to Victoria in 1990, a few months before Ken passed away.
Throughout her life and travels Kay made many dear friends. For as long as
she was able she remained in contact with them, and visited many on her
several travels to Europe and Australia in the 1990's, and welcomed those
who visited Victoria. Declining mobility required a move into care in 2001.
Kay wasn't a complainer and bore her gradually failing heath with dignity.
The family would like to thank the staff of Broadmead for the thoughtful
care provided to Kay and Judith Strother for her warm companionship. Kay is
survived by sons Richard (Peggy) and Bruce (Louise), brother George (Renee),
nephew Robert, and nieces Wendy, Joan, Judy and Cindy. Kay was predeceased
by her husband Ken and brother Jack. A Memorial Service will be held at
First Memorial Funeral Services at 4725 Falaise Drive, Victoria on Tuesday,
22 January at 2:00 PM with a reception afterwards. In lieu of flowers, as a
memorial to Kay donations can be made in aid of the Jeunes en Compassion
Orphanage Building Project in the Republic of Guinea, West Africa. Cheques
may be made in the name of Judith Strother and mailed to 2315 Greenlands
Road, Victoria, BC, V8N 1T8. Condolences can be sent to Saanich link. 437950
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 1/17/2008 - 1/18/2008.

CHLOPAN, Elizabeth Doreen January 31, 1926 January 11, 2008 Passed away
peacefully in her sleep. Predeceased by her husband, Joseph and son Michael.
Survived by children, Marybeth, Christopher, Kathryn, Maureen, Nancy and
Peter, also many grandchildren, greatgrandchildren and many friends.
Prayers: 7:00 9:00PM, January 17. Funeral Mass: 11:00AM, January 18. At St.
Rose of Lima Sooke. In lieu of flowers a donation to the Sooke Seniors
Activity Society, c/o Don Collis, 8020 Tugwell St., V9Z OZ7. 437492
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 1/15/2008 - 1/17/2008.

CHOPTIANY, Franciszek (Frank) Peacefully our "Grand Old Man" went to heaven
on Sunday evening, January 13, 2008 surrounded by his family and their love.
Franciszek (Frank) was born in Chlopowka, Poland on August 12, 1927. Shortly
after Frank's birth, his father Tomasz went to Canada to earn money to
purchase farmland in Poland. Advised of the possibility of another war,
Tomasz decided to purchase land in Canada and sent for his wife, Jozefa, and
son to join him in 'The New Country'. Finally joining him in 1937 they
settled first on a farm on Pelee Island, then in Essex County near Windsor,
Ontario. As a young man Frank served with the 22nd Division of the Royal
Canadian Regiment (Paratroopers) from 1949 to 1952. After his service he
moved to the West Coast, where he worked for BC Forest Products (sawmill)
Victoria for 36 years. Frank retired for 6 months, then joined the
Commissionaires and worked in the Royal BC Museum until he was 70. Giving
retirement a second chance, he enjoyed his family, garden, and church
community. In 1998 Frank and his wife Barbara embarked on their 5 month
dream trip across Canada, an adventure of a lifetime. Survived by, his wife
of 43 years Barbara (Bee), & children Timothy (Debbie), Robert, Kathleen,
Lisa Ann, and Stephen (Diane). Grandson Jesse (Tejan). Brother Stan. Many
nieces, nephews, loving friends, & honorary children and grandchildren
adopted in his heart. His spirit, strength, and goodness will be with us in
our hearts eternally. A heartfelt thank you for care received in recent
years from paramedics and the staff at both the RJH and VGH ER's. Also a
very special thank you for the loving care and kindness of the doctors,
nurses, and staff at the VGH ICU especially Patty, Shawn, and Anne. The
Funeral Service will be conducted by Reverend John C. Macquarrie from ST.
PETER'S ANGLICAN CHURCH, 3939 St. Peter's Road, on Friday, January 18th at
2:00 p.m. followed by interment at Royal Oak Burial Park. Tributes, if
desired, may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, #107 1001
Cloverdale Avenue, Victoria, B.C. V8X 4C9. Condolences may be offered to the
family at 437955
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 1/17/2008 - 1/18/2008.

CUPPLES, Brodie Friends and family are invited to the home of Will Cupples
at 2950 Seapoint Drive to celebrate Dad's wake, between 2 and 5pm, Saturday
January 19, 2008. 437725
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 1/16/2008 - 1/18/2008.

DAKIN, Margaret Evelyn (nee Rodgers) January 7, 2008 Margaret passed away
peacefully on January 7th, 2008 after a brief illness at St. Joseph's
Hospital in Courtney, B.C. She leaves behind her children: son, Steve Clark,
wife Shelby, of Nanaimo; son, Ken Clark of Victoria; daughter Judy (Clark)
Chant, husband Dr. Noel, of Texas; son Rob Clark, of Courtney; and seven
grandchildren, Christopher, Alanna, Michael, Cheryl, Laura, Keely (Clark);
Gillian & Ginger (Chant); and many nephews and nieces. She was predeceased
by her parents, James & Margaret Rodgers (Grant), first husband Lennox
Clark, second husband, Douglas Dakin; sister & brother-in-law, Frances &
Jack Stirn. Margaret was born September 24, 1920 in Vancouver, B.C., to the
late James Frances and Margaret Dawson (Grant) Rodgers. She resided in
Vancouver until her marriage to Lennox Edward Clark in 1952, where she moved
to Victoria, B.C., living in Gorge area for 50 years. In 1959, her husband,
Lennox died at the age of 36. Margaret, a young widow with 4 children, under
the age of 5, persevered through her difficulties with a positive outlook in
life. She went to University of B.C., receiving her teacher's certificate
and was employed as a home economics teacher and librarian at Mount Newton
High School . In 1970 she met Douglas Howe Dakin with whom she married the
following year. Their marriage lasted blissfully for 27 years until his
death on Jan. 20, 2000. After Douglas's death, Margaret moved to Courtney to
be with her son, Rob, who provided her with loving care and attention until
her health changed. In 2004, Margaret resided at Casa Loma Retirement Center
until her death. Margaret always smiled, told jokes and a quick wit about
herself, which endeared her to all those people she met during her lifetime.
She touched many peoples' hearts during her lifetime and will be sadly
missed by all who were blessed to have her in their life. Special thank-you
to all the staff and residents of Casa Loma Retirement Center for making the
last chapter of Margaret's life so joyful and happy. The memorial services
will be held at 1:00 pm, Saturday, January 19th, 2008 at Sequoia Gardens,
4665 Falaise Drive, Victoria, B.C. In lieu of flowers, donation may be made
in Margaret's memory to a charity of your chose. 437001
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 1/15/2008 - 1/18/2008.

HRYCUIK, Joseph Albert February 1, 1942 January 12, 2008 It is with great
sadness that we announce the passing of Joe, with his loving family by his
side at Royal Jubilee Hospital, following a long brave battle with multiple
health conditions. He is survived by his supportive & dedicated wife of 43
years, Emma; his son's Derek (Lisa) and Tony (Karen) and adoring
grandchildren Jayden, Tristen and Avry. Joe was born in Wakaw, SK and worked
on his family's farm before he moved to Victoria during his teenage years
where he met Emma. He was a born Entrepreneur and Owned and managed several
successful companies including industrial and commercial insulation,
asbestos removal and organic farming. He always gave full respect to
everyone he met and always put the interests of others ahead of his own. He
was well liked by those who knew him and he helped so many people in so many
ways. His family was everything to him and his continued battle with chronic
painful health conditions at a young age was truly a testament to who he was
and what he stood for. Special thanks to Dr's Novak, Leathers, VanWestharp,
Music, Sui and the staff of CCU, ICU & Four Royal of Royal Jubilee Hospital
for all of their hard work and willingness to make Joe feel as comfortable
as possible at all times. Family and friends may pay their respects at a
visitation to be held at McCall Bros. on Thursday, January 17, 2008 from
6:30 8:30 PM. Funeral service will be held at McCALL BROS. FLORAL CHAPEL,
Johnson and Vancouver Streets, on Friday, January 18, 2008 at 10:00 AM with
interment to follow at Royal Oak Burial Park. Immediately following the
interment there will be a reception at SEQUOIA GARDENS MEMORIAL, 4665
Falaisle Drive. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Victoria
Hospital Foundation. 437518
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 1/15/2008 - 1/17/2008.

LENNOX, Carol (nee Newman) It is with great sadness that we announce the
passing of our beloved Mum following a brave battle with cancer. Predeceased
by her husband Doug (1984), she will be greatly missed by her children Diane
(Warren), Judy (Rob), Doug (Rosemary) and Brenda, grandchildren Scott
(Wendy), Ryan, Carie, Christian, Stephanie, Keith, Matthew and Aidan, and
great grandson Tristan. Born in 1926, Carol started life in Regina,
Saskatchewan and had an early career with the CN Railway. After marrying her
best friend Doug, they had brief stops in Lethbridge and Calgary before
settling in Edmonton. A year after Doug's death, Carol moved to her beloved
West Vancouver and took up lawn bowling and became an involved member of the
senior's club. Through walks on the seawall and other activities, Carol met
close friends Jean, Opal, Shirley and Babe who all enjoyed her love of life.
Moving to Victoria in 2003, Carol enjoyed watching her two youngest
grandchildren grow up. Carol spent the last weeks of her life in the tender
care of Diane and Warren in Courtenay. A memorial service in celebration of
Carol's life will be held in West Vancouver later this spring. In lieu of
flowers, donations in memory can be made to the Comox Valley Hospice Society
Building Fund, 2137 Comox Avenue, Comox, BC, V9M 1P2, Tel: 250-339-5533.
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 1/16/2008 - 1/18/2008.

LONDON, James (Jim) Bruce, Ph.D. 1935 2008 It is with great regret that we
announce the passing of Dr. Jim London. Jim passed away early on Sunday,
January 13th. He is survived by his wife, Doris, his three sons Dan (Barb),
Dave (Kathy) and Anthony and his two beloved grandchildren: Rhys and Ronin.
Jim led, what can only be described, as an extraordinary and full life. His
lifelong passion for education was first realized as a teacher in Langford
before he became a Vice-Principal and Principal for Fort Nelson and
Clearwater high schools. After leaving the public school system, Jim
continued to serve the causes of education teaching at Malaspina College and
UVic. Recently he served on the Board for the Sooke School District. Jim's
love of teaching was also expressed through countless coaching and
management positions for the numerous sports teams in which he and his sons
participated. He was also a founding member of the Victoria Judo Club. Jim's
dedication to community manifested itself in a variety of ways. He served as
Langford's first Mayor. He was the founding President of the Juan de Fuca
Kinsman Club and recently served as President of the Rotary Club of Colwood.
Jim's sense of adventure was legendary amongst those who knew him. From
diving Australia's Great Barrier Reef to circumventing Vancouver Island in
his beloved sloop `Epiphany" and traveling far and wide on his motorcycle,
Jim was always on the lookout for new people to meet and exciting places
see. His business Classic Memoirs" was an extension of his great interest in
history and people. He was often fond of saying how assisting people with
getting their personal histories on the page was even more enjoyable for him
than it was for his clients. He loved recording the rich tapestry of their
lives. A memorial service followed by a reception is planned for Friday,
January 18th at 2:00pm at the Gordon United Church, 935 Goldstream Avenue in
Langford. In lieu of flowers, donations of blood to the Canadian Blood
Services would be greatly appreciated or alternatively donating to the
Gordon United Church Memorial Fund. 437496
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 1/15/2008 - 1/17/2008.

MAJOR, Edward R Ed passed away on January 13, 2008. Left to mourn is his
wife, Betty. No service at Ed's request. 437939
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist on 1/17/2008.

McLAREN, Alma (Hourston) August 9, 1925 January 11, 2008 Our dearest Alma
passed away peacefully on January 11, 2008. She is survived by Joe, her
loving husband and best friend of 60 years; sons, Duncan (Janis), Gary
(Margot); and daughter, Colleen Davidson (Larry); 6 grandchildren and 4
great-grandchildren. We hold her dear in our hearts as a loving wife,
devoted mother and caring nana. No service by request. A Celebration of Life
for family and friends will be held in the Spring. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made to a charity of your choice. Forever loved and deeply
missed. 437510
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 1/17/2008 - 1/18/2008.

ROGERS, Phyllis Clarabelle Phyllis passed away peacefully on January 14,
2008 at the Cowichan Valley Hospital in Duncan, BC after a brief illness.
Predeceased by her husband Gilbert, son Robert, and grandsons, Peter, Warren
and Braydon, Phyllis is survived by two sons, Richard and Gilbert, three
daughters, Joy DuPont, Muriel Connacher and Marlene Robertson, eighteen
grandchildren and thirty-two great-grandchildren. Born on Dec. 1, 1918 in
Stouten, Saskatchewan, Phyllis lost her mother in 1921 and grew up with her
grandparents in Uren, Saskatchewan. In 1935 Phyllis gave birth to twin
girls, Muriel and Marlene and was forced to give them up for adoption a few
months later. After marrying in 1940, Phyllis gave birth to two boys,
Richard and Robert while residing in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan and after
moving to British Columbia in 1944 gave birth to her third son, Gilbert, and
third daughter, Joy. After her husband's death in 1977, Phyllis was reunited
with her twin girls and was delighted to introduce them to all of her
family. All members of her extended family have enjoyed her passion for life
and will remember her with fondness. Phyllis enjoyed a full life highlighted
by her passion for sharing her faith with others. Since her baptism as one
of Jehovah's Witnesses in 1950 Phyllis was active in the public ministry in
New Brunswick, Saskatchewan and British Columbia. Her engaging personality
and love for the scriptures was contagious and enabled her to assist many
others with their spiritual needs. Services for Phyllis will be held at 2 pm
on Saturday January 19th, 2008 at the Kingdom Hall adjoining the Assembly
Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses located at 1724 Vowels Rd., Cassidy, B.C. 437906
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 1/17/2008 - 1/18/2008.

SHERRING, Lynda March 28, 1949 January 10, 2008 Lynda will be so dearly
missed by her many patients and numerous friends. Lynda was a Medical Office
Assistant for many years working with Dr. Bruce Lowden, Dr. Peter Nunn, and
was currently working with Dr. Brock Fraser. Lynda was an active member of
the Victoria Chapter of the Medical Office Assistants' Association of BC for
28 years and was a wonderful friend to us all. Lynda enjoyed volunteering
for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation with the MOAA Registration
Team at the JDRF Walks held in Victoria, Nanaimo and Courtenay. We will
remember her laughter, cherish her memory in our hearts and miss her dearly.
Sleep well Lynda. Victoria Chapter #2 Members MOAA of BC 437850
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 1/15/2008 - 1/17/2008.

URQUHART, Maud Passed away January 14, 2008 at age 84. She is survived by
her husband Bob, daughter Sharon (Gary) Urquhart of Vancouver, BC, brother
Joe Black, sister Sadie Collins both of Northern Ireland and numerous nieces
and nephews. A Memorial Service will be held Friday, January 18, 2008 at
Yates Chapel, 1000 Allsbrook Rd., Parksville, BC at 2:00 pm. Donations may
be made in Maud's memory to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, 48-91 Front
Street, Nanaimo, BC, V9R 5H9. Yates Funeral Service & Crematorium (248-5859)
in care of arrangements. 437944
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist on 1/17/2008.

UTTERSON, Adam In loving memory of Adam who passed away one year ago. Wife
Dorothy, daughter Linda, son Jim and the rest of the Utterson clan. 437813
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist on 1/17/2008.

VOGT, Ernst Richard Ernie" Oct. 24, 1926 Jan. 9, 2008 It is with great
sadness that we announce the death of our beloved husband, father and
grandfather. He leaves to mourn his devoted wife of 56 years, Kathy, son
Rick (Rae), daughter Lori (Sheldon), grand-daughter Judy; brothers Erich,
Peter (Linda) and John; and many loyal friends. He was predeceased by his
parents, Peter A. and Susanna Reimer Vogt, and brothers Arthur and Roy.
Ernie was born in Steinbach, Manitoba and lived in Manitoba for most of his
life. In 1990, Ernie and wife Kathy retired to Victoria, BC and celebrated
their golden wedding anniversary in 2001. Ernie trained as an actuary and
became head of the department of Actuarial Mathematics at the University of
Manitoba in 1958, where he was a favorite among students and colleagues for
his quick wit, sound advice and helpful manner. A loving son and brother,
Ernie cared for his aged parents and assisted in the caring of his brother
Arthur and brother-in-law Victor, setting an example of compassion and
dignity. Although Ernie battled enormous lifelong health problems, he
neither stopped fighting nor caring for others during his own trials. As a
father and husband, few could hope to match his wisdom, capacity for love,
and ability to forgive. He was our guiding light and our rock. The memorial
services will be held at Saanich Community Church on January 19th at 2 p.m.
In lieu of flowers please send donations to the Victoria Epilepsy and
Parkinson's Centre. 437301
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 1/13/2008 - 1/17/2008.

WILSON, Elsie (nee Kruger) April 2, 1949 January 10, 2008 Passed away with
her children Les and Tami at her side. We have lost our wonderful Elsie; one
of the very good ones. Elsie was predeceased by her mother Tilly, father
Wilhelm, and sister Mary. Elsie was loved by so many people, particularly
her son Les his wife Saori, her grandchildren Kai, Rei and Abi; her daughter
Tami and her partner David. Elsie was survived by her siblings Emma, Walter
and Rudy, nieces, nephews and other family members, especially Tom, Barb and
their children Tana and Bradley, her dearest friend Joan, along with a host
of friends, as well as the residents of St. Francis by the Sea. Elsie was
there when needed, always supportive and helpful in times of calamity. Elsie
was a rock and support for all who knew her. She was kind, loving, always
thoughtful, always generous and hospitable. Elsie was a very talented
craftswoman, whether it be sewing, knitting, or baking. Elsie's kindness
touched so many people always a wonderful mother, grandmother, and friend,
she will be sorely missed. A service followed by a celebration of Elsie's
life will be held at McCall Bros, 1400 Vancouver Street, on Sunday January
20, 2008 at 3:00 pm. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to St. Francis
Manor Companion Society in memory of Elsie. 437620
Published in the Victoria Times-Colonist from 1/16/2008 - 1/18/2008.

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