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Vancouver Sun & The Province; Wednesday, November 08, 2006
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Obituaries and Guest Books for 11/08/2006
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GERALD ALLWARD July 13th, 1925 - November 8th, 2005 We'll meet again
someday, somewhere. Love Bev.
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province on 11/8/2006.

ARAUJO _ Maria Do Espirito Santo, born in S. Miguel (Azores), passed away
peacefully on November 06, 2006, surrounded by her loving family in Surrey,
B.C. at the age of 59. She will be sadly missed by her husband, Fernando,
daughters Lisa (Valentin), Lori, granddaughters Marisa and Danica. Prayers
will be said 7:30 pm, Thursday, November 09, 2006 at Our Lady of Fatima
Parish, 1423 E. 13th Ave., Vancouver, BC. where Mass of Christian Burial
will be celebrated at 10:30 am, Friday, November 10, 2006. Fathers of St.
Charles celebrant. Interment to follow at Valley View Cemetery, Surrey, BC.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Mrs. Araujo's memory, to the
Canadian Cancer Society, 565 10th Ave., W. Vancouver, BC V5Z 9Z9. Oliveira
Funeral Home 604-942-7920
Published in The Province on 11/8/2006.

BEATON _ William John "Bill" Passed away November 4th at the age of 85 at
Eagle Ridge Hospital. Predeceased by his wife of almost 60 years Dorothy in
2005, and his son Don in 1980. He is survived by his children Karen (Mike)
Shoemaker, Bob (Barb), Jack, Lynda (Garry) Finnerty, Connie (Craig)
Tschritter and his 15 grandchildren Kristi, Jeff, Lisa, Kathryn, Scott,
Janine, Emmy, Tyler, Jesse, Matthew, Lucas, Sarah, Nicole, Kyle & Shelby. He
was also very proud of his three great-grandchildren Jaden, Sophia and
Isabelle. Bill was born May 19, 1921 in Smithers, BC. He was a World War II
Army Veteran. Bill spent most of his career in the Electrical Contracting
Industry. Bill loved his last 10 months spent at Amica Mayfair in Port
Coquitlam. Bill will be fondly remembered for his love of his family,
dancing, sports and his many years spent at their cabin at Otter Lake,
Tulameen BC. A Heartfelt thanks to Dr. Mike Carkner and his staff, also the
staff at Eagle Ridge Hospital. A Memorial service will be held at St.
Stephens Anglican Church 9887 Cameron St., Burnaby, BC on November 10th at
2:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Tulameen District
Fire Department. PO Box 1C Compartment 7, Tulameen BC, V0X 2L0.
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province from 11/8/2006 - 11/9/2006.

BOUGHEY _ Bernice Edna (Bunny) formerly Campbell, nee Hawley, beloved wife
of Dick Boughey of Langley, B.C. passed away on November 2, 2006. Bunny was
age 83. She was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 1985 and was valiant in her
efforts against her illness. She has been a resident at Crescent Gardens
Long Term Nursing Care in White Rock. On Thursday she had a peaceful day and
passed away in the early evening. Bunny was predeceased by her loving
daughter Susan in November 1967. She was also predeceased by her first
husband, Malcolm Campbell in 1979. Bunny is survived by Dick (Langley BC),
son Bob Campbell (Duncan BC), grandchildren, Matt Campbell (Vancouver
Island), Will Campbell (Alberta), Kari Williams (South Surrey, BC). Bunny
got her nickname at the age of 5 from her grandparents. Bunny had a
wonderful sense of humour and enjoyed life to the fullest. Dick and Bunny
traveled and played golf, tennis and swimming. Bunny and Dick had friends in
Hawaii and spent numerous vacations there. Bunny was born in Vancouver BC.
She graduated from Lord Byng High School. During high school she was very
active in track and field sports. Dick and Bunny attended Bunny's 50th
graduation anniversary. She received her Royal Life Saving Certificate at
age 15 and saved several individuals from tragedy with her efforts. Bunny
worked many years in the hospitality industry in Vancouver and enjoyed
working with the public. She worked as the public relations spokesperson for
a hotel chain. Cremation has taken place and the family is planning a
celebration of life memorial service soon. Donations to the Parkinson's Stem
Cell Research program at UBC in lieu of flowers would be appreciated.
Victory Funeral Centre 604-536-6522
Published in the Vancouver Sun on 11/8/2006.

BOYER _ Lee Vincent born November 17, 1939, died suddenly on November 3,
2006. Predeceased by parents Phillip and Evangeline Boyer. Survived and
greatly missed by Pat Boyer; stepchildren Robin (Chad) and Ken (Lorri);
grandchildren Lauren, Leah, and Nicholas; and sister Noreen (Ed). Many
family members and friends. Memorial service to follow at a later date. In
lieu of flowers, donations to Canadian Diabetes Society.
Published in The Province on 11/8/2006.

BURTON _ Joseph (Joe) In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather
who passed away November 8, 1984. I must go down to the seas again To the
vagrant gypsy life To the gull's way and the whale's way Where the wind's
like a whetted knife, And all I ask is a merry yarn From a laughing
fellow-rover, And a quiet sleep, and a sweet dream When the long trick's
over. _Dave, Fred, Mary and their families
Published in the Vancouver Sun on 11/8/2006.

A. BYAM CAMERON May 10, 1941 - November 8, 2003 Gone from us, but leaving
memories Death can never take away, Memories that will always linger While
upon this earth we stay. _Love Margy, Leigh-Anne, Alison and families
Published in the Vancouver Sun on 11/8/2006.

CHATWIN _ Murray Arthur passed away November 6, 2006, after a courageous
battle with cancer, at the age of 59 years. Murray is survived by his loving
and dedicated wife of 26 years, Bonnie, son Michael and daughter Chaslynn;
his father, Melville (Rose) Chatwin, mother Gwenneth Holmes, brothers
Kenneth (Elaine), Barry (Margaret) Graham, sisters Beth (Gordon), Christine
(Allan) and many nieces and nephews also survive him. He was predeceased by
his brother, Ralph (Gladys). Murray grew up in Powell River. He graduated
from the University of British Columbia with a degree in Commerce and spent
his working years in the fishing industry. He became Vice President of
Acquiring with Ocean Fisheries Limited. He was well known in this industry
and served on numerous committees. He had a passion for the ocean and
anything related to it. Murray also appreciated good music and the arts,
especially architecture, and he also enjoyed travelling with Bonnie and his
family. He was very proud of Michael and Chaslynn. He will be greatly missed
by all. A Funeral Service will be held for Murray on Friday, November 10,
2006 at 2:30 p.m. at St. Andrews Wesley Church, corner of Burrard and Nelson
St., Vancouver, B.C. Underground parking off of Burrard and Thurlow between
Century Plaza and the church. In lieu of flowers, if friends and family so
desire, donations may be made to Cancer Research or to the Diabetes
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province from 11/8/2006 - 11/9/2006.

CHISNALL _ Donald Henry September 17, 1930 - November 2, 2006 It is with
great sadness that we say goodbye to Don, a dear husband, father, brother
and friend. He is survived by his loving family, wife, Brigid, and children,
Wendy (Blair), Brian and Ian, his brother and sisters as well as numerous
nieces and nephews. One of his biggest passions was the time he spent up the
B.C. coast. From the time he was a young boy fishing with his dad and
through most of his working years, Don was exactly where he loved to be. Don
was also an avid golfer, bowler, fisherman, hunter and sports nut. He could
be found weekly with his Wednesday Duffer's golf group chasing the ball
around a local course or throwing a strike or two down at the Town and
Country bowling lanes. Not one to miss a sports opportunity, he could often
be found channel surfing to ensure he didn't miss a hockey, football, golf,
bowling or basketball game. A long time member of the Van Zor Grotto, Don
spent countless hours raising money for charity and socializing with the
numerous friends he met through the club. A celebration of Don's life will
be held at 1:00 p.m., Sunday, November 12th, 2006 in the Chapel of Forest
Lawn Funeral Home, 3789 Royal Oak Avenue, Burnaby BC. Please join us in
celebrating Don's life and share your thoughts and memories at .
In lieu of flowers, donations to Cerebral Palsy or a charity of your choice
would be appreciated.
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province on 11/8/2006.

CLELAND _ Ernest Killbourn passed away peacefully at the Windermere Care
Home in Vancouver on October 27th, 2006 at the age of 88. Ernest was a
Denturist for many years and was well known in the community. A Graveside
Service will be held on Friday, November 10th, 2006, 12:00 noon at Victory
Memorial Park, 14831 - 28th Avenue, Surrey. In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to a charity of your choice.
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province on 11/8/2006.

COOK _ Beverley Joan passed away November 4, 2006, at Ridge Meadows
Hospital. She is survived by Mike, four children; Marie, Laura, Stephen
(Linda), Ron (Gail), thirteen grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. A
memorial service will be held Wednesday, November 15th, at 2pm, at Garden
Hill Funeral Chapel, 11765 224th St. in Maple Ridge. In lieu of flowers,
donations can be made to The Empty Stocking Fund. Expressions of sympathy
can be made at
Published in The Province on 11/8/2006.

COVILLE (GEORGE) _ Elizabeth Cumming Elizabeth Cumming slipped away
peacefully on November 6th with her family at her side. Betty was born
August 15th, 1914 in Vancouver, BC, the only child of Edward and Margaret
(Peterkin) Mills. Predeceased in 1963 by her husband, Peter Baker George,
with whom she raised a family of five children, her second husband, Cecil
Coville in 1987 and her grandson Ian George in 2002. Betty was a generous,
warm-hearted woman who devoted her life to family, friendships and volunteer
service in the community. She enjoyed many years with The Women's Auxiliary,
Health Centre For Children and was a long time member of The Marpole Women's
Auxiliary. She was a source of strength to each person in her large family,
to whom she was always available, with her sparkling blue eyes, caring
thoughts and great sense of humour. She is lovingly remembered by her sons
Peter George (Marion Ruth), Phillip George (Mary), Paul George (Laara), and
daughters Elaine Donaldson (John), Natalie Erskine (George). A beloved
"Gaga" to grandchildren Lauren Bramley (Craig) in Hong Kong, Ian Donaldson
(Nicole) in London, England, Stephanie Oscarsson (Henrik) in Stockholm,
Christopher George (Janette), Adrian George (Stacia) in Calgary, Sean George
(Candiss), Paul George (Tori), Andrea Faw (Kevin), Julie Penner (Sheldon) in
Calgary, Kyle Erskine, Natalie George and Elizabeth George.
Great-grandchildren Maxwell, Lachlan and Owen Bramley, Erik and Emma
Oscarsson, Claudia, Ruby and Oliver George, Nikolas and Samantha George,
Georgia Penner, Noah George, and Thomas Faw. The family wishes to express
their heartfelt gratitude for the loving care and support given by the 4th
Floor staff at the Purdy Pavilion, UBC. In lieu of flowers, donations to the
Avalon Women's Centre, 5957 West Boulevard, Vancouver, B.C.V6M 3X1 would be
greatly appreciated. Please join us for a memorial service on Monday,
November 13, 2006 at the home of Phillip and Mary George, 2680 West 50th
Avenue at 2:00 PM.
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province on 11/8/2006.

FICOCELLI _ Elisa after a short battle with cancer, passed away peacefully
on November 6, 2006, with family by her side. Born in Civitanova Del Sannio,
Isernia, Italy, on June 16, 1921. She is predeceased by husband; Francesco,
parents; Michele and Lucia Cardarelli, sister-in-law; Giuseppina Cardarelli,
brothers; Nicolino Cardarelli and Michele Cardarelli. Survived by her
brother; Francesco (Antonietta) Cardarelli in Italy, sister-in-law;
Antonietta Cardarelli, nephew; Michele (Patricia K.) Cardarelli, niece;
Lucia (Giovanni) Trasolini, nephew; Antonio (Donna) Cardarelli, nephew;
Fernando Cardarelli, niece; Lucia (Mark Sagar) Cardarelli, family and
friends. Prayers will be offered on Wednesday, November 8th at 7:30 pm at
Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church 555 S. Slocan Street, Vancouver, B.C.,
where Mass of Christian Burial will follow on Thursday, November 9th at 1:00
pm. Entombment to follow Abbey Mausoleum Ocean View Burial Park, Burnaby,
B.C. Family would like to thank the staff at St. James Cottage Hospice for
their care. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. James Cottage
Hospice would be appreciated. BELL & BURNABY Funeral Chapel (604) 298-2525
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province from 11/8/2006 - 11/9/2006.

FINDLAY _ Maureen January 3, 1944 - November 5, 2006 With great sadness, we
announce the passing of Maureen Findlay after a tragically short battle with
cancer. Loving wife of Alastair and devoted mother to Fiona (Danny). Maureen
also leaves to mourn brothers David and Hugh, Uncle Jack (Anne), along with
many close friends. Maureen was an avid reader and gardening enthusiast. She
also enjoyed taking Sammy for walks and long lunches with friends. No
service by Maureen's request. To celebrate her life, an open house will take
place at the family home in North Vancouver, Sunday, November 12th, 2006
between 2 and 5 PM. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Maureen's
memory to the North Vancouver District Public Library, 1280 East 27th St
reet, North Vancouver.
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province on 11/8/2006.

FINERTY _ (nee Sawchuk) Anne, born December 4, 1916 in Brandon, Manitoba.
Passed away on November 1, 2006 at Burnaby Hospital. Predeceased by her
husband William "Bill" Finerty. Survived by her daughter Kelly Hughes,
son-in-law David, grand-children Ryan and Sarah. She will be lovingly
remembered and greatly missed by all who knew her. Funeral Mass will be held
on Thursday, November 9 at 10:00 am at St. Mary's Catholic Parish, 5251
Joyce St., Vancouver.
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province from 11/7/2006 - 11/8/2006.

FUCHS _ Sophie Christine born in Vienna, Austria on April 23, 1914 and
immigrated to Canada in 1956. She was predeceased by her husband, Joe, in
1965. Sophie passed away surrounded by her caring family on November 2, 2006
at the West Vancouver Care Centre. She is lovingly remembered by her
children, Gerald, Herta and Gerlinde, her grandchildren, Roger, Lorraine and
Yvonne and by the many other relatives and friends whose lives she has
touched. A Funeral Service will be held on Friday, November 10, 2006 at
10:00 a.m. at Hollyburn Funeral Home, 1807 Marine Drive, West Vancouver,
with burial to follow at Capilano View Cemetery. We will always love you.
Hollyburn Funeral Home. 604-922-1221
Published in the Vancouver Sun on 11/8/2006.

GELUCH _ Michael Eugene, born in Vancouver, BC November 24, 1943, died
Friday, November 3, 2006 after exchanging I love you's with his wife.
Michael is remembered by family and friends as a kind, gentle and naturally
social man whose gift was finding the extraordinary in everyone. He was
known for his integrity, loyalty and dependability. Michael attended Our
Lady of Perpetual Help and Vancouver College. After graduation he traveled
the world; and then a stint managing a hotel in Nassau inspired his choice
of career. He studied hotel management at both Ryerson Polytechnical and
Cornell University; he worked in the hospitality and golf course industry
for thirty years. He was passionate about many things: First Nations art,
the Italian Renaissance, and sports cars - Michael nurtured many a Morgan
4/4 and Plus 8 back to health. He was a community-minded man who served on
the executive of both the Canadian and American Club Managers Association.
He was a board member with the VON in Toronto and on the board with Ballet
BC for seven years up until his death. Most recently, he and his wife Carole
established the First Fund for Gold through Pacific Sport BC in order to
support Olympic athletes. Over the past five years he managed the
hospitality suite for ESPN at the Sony Open in Hawaii. Michael is survived
by his beloved wife Carole Walkinshaw; his sons Kevin (Sonja) and Ryan
(Shawna), his three grandchildren, Shardon, Raiden and Ryder, his mother
Margaret, his brother Terry, his sister Heather and his dogs Murphy and
Cinderella and many extended family members. Viewing will be held Wednesday,
November 8th at First Memorial Funeral Home, 1505 Lillooet Road, North
Vancouver (call 604-980-3451). A funeral mass will be held at St. Pius X
Church, 1150 Mt. Seymour Road, North Vancouver, BC at 11:00 am, on Thursday,
November 9th, 2006. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The First
Fund for Gold ( ), Ballet BC (604-732-5003) or The
Prostate Centre at VGH (604-875-4676).
Published in the Vancouver Sun from 11/6/2006 - 11/8/2006.

GIRARD _ Germain (Gerry) 1930 - November 2, 2006. Passed away peacefully
with his family by his side after a courageous battle with cancer. He is
survived by his wife Aline, four daughters, Diane (Darryl), Pauline (Ron),
Claudette (Mark) and Carol (Ken); grandchildren, Jeff (Maggie), Crystal
(Mike), Kim (Jay), Mandy (Kris), Kayley, Nick, Michelle, Kendra, Kyle and
Chase; two great-grandchildren, Dominique and Keira; also Jolie and Rhett.
Predeceased by his parents and four brothers. Survived by one brother,
Hector (Bernice), two sisters, Germaine and Betty (Ray), numerous
sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law, nieces and nephews. Family and friends
are invited to a celebration of his life on November 26th from 12 - 4 pm at
Green Acres, 5040 No. 6 Road, Richmond. In lieu of flowers, donations to the
Cancer Agency would be greatly appreciated. Thank you to all the doctors and
nurses at Surrey Memorial Hospital for their compassionate care. Rest in
Peace Popeye
Published in The Province from 11/7/2006 - 11/8/2006.

GREEN _ Jeffery (Jeff) David born October 19, 1957 at Burnaby B.C. died
suddenly on October 31, 2006. Predeceased by his father David, Jeffery is
mourned by his mother Pauline (Polly) and his many aunts, uncles and
cousins. Jeffery is 'resting' in the assured hope of the resurrection.
Memorial Service will be held at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses,
14832 24 Ave, Surrey B.C. on Saturday November 11th at 12 noon.
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province from 11/7/2006 - 11/8/2006.

HARRIS _ Burt Norman July 29, 1958 - November 2, 2006 Burt passed away at
his home, surrounded by his family after a long and courageous battle with
cancer. Born in Drumheller, and raised in Turner Valley and Calgary,
Alberta, Burt is survived by his wife Beth Macdonald, his children: Emma and
Nathan, as well as his mother and father Ken and Helen Harris of Cathedral
City, California, his brother and sister Jim and Lynn of Calgary, his
brother Tim of Sylvan Lake, Alberta, and his many nieces, nephews, cousins
and friends that loved him very much. Burt was devoted to his family and his
love for music. He spent many years as a drummer in bands in Calgary and
then dedicated his career life to representing musicians and other artists
in the entertainment industry as an entertainment lawyer. The celebration of
Burt's life will be held November 7, 2006 at 2pm at the West Point Grey
United Church, 4595 West 8th Avenue, Vancouver, BC with a reception to
follow. In lieu of flowers, donations in Burt's memory may be made to the
Centre for Integrated Healing at 200 - 1330 West 8th Avenue, Vancouver, BC
V6H 4A6
Published in the Vancouver Sun from 11/7/2006 - 11/8/2006.

HINDSON _ Joyce 1925 - 2006 Joyce was born and lived in England until 1957,
when she emigrated with husband Harry (passed 1993), daughter Elaine and son
Jonathon (passed 1974). They settled in Chilliwack and had 2 more children,
Linda and Tracy. A caring and much loved wife, Mum, sister, Nana, and
friend, Joyce will be remembered for her love of song, dance, and the
outdoors; for her giving nature and her strong, independent and fun loving
spirit. She will be deeply missed by her daughters, siblings, grandchildren,
relatives and friends. We are comforted to know that she is dancing with our
Father again. Remembrance to be held at St. John's Anglican Church 46098
Higginson Rd., Sardis Wednesday, November 15 at 12:00 p.m. In lieu of
flowers, donations to the Alzheimers Society will be gratefully appreciated.
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province from 11/8/2006 - 11/11/2006.

JAMIESON _ John William passed away at the Foss Home in Seattle on October
26, 2006. John was born in Kamloops, B.C. on December 11, 1915. John
graduated from Kamloops High School and moved to Vancouver and lived for
many years on King Edward Avenue until moving to Seattle to operate a
successful upholstery business. A service of memorial will be held on
November 13, 2006. John is survived by two brothers, Albert in Ottawa and
James in Victoria, and step-daughter Diane in Ladner, B.C.
Published in the Vancouver Sun on 11/8/2006.

KALBFLEISCH _ Robert Theodore Pierre born in Montreal, Quebec on October 7,
1944 passed away peacefully in the presence of his family at Lions Gate
Hospital on Saturday, November 4, 2006. He will be sadly missed by his son
Matthew; daughter Lara (Shane); granddaughter Bronwen; brother Alan
(Kathleen); nephew Christopher; and many friends and associates. Bob
recently returned to Vancouver from Halifax after retiring from a long and
successful career as a pensions benefits consultant. A memorial service will
be held on Friday November 10th, 2:00pm at First Memorial Boal Chapel, 1505
Lillooet Road, North Vancouver. In lieu of flowers, donations in Bob's
memory to a charity of your choice would be greatly appreciated.
Published in the Vancouver Sun from 11/8/2006 - 11/9/2006.

KEYES _ William Harold Passed away peacefully Friday November 3, 2006 at
Richmond Hospital, with his Wife and children at his side. Born on April 21,
1915. Survived by his loving family, Audrey (West) his devoted wife of 54
years, children: Karen (Cliff Barber) of West Vancouver, BC, Greg (Miriam)
of Nelson, BC, Paul (Bonnie) of Gibsons, BC, Kelly-Anne (Jim O'Neill) of
Williams Lake, BC, and Gerald of New Westminster, BC; grandchildren:
Jacqueline (Ben Zerkee), Todd (Natasha) Barber, Amy (Francis Wionzek),
Mitchell Keyes, Jenny Townsend, Curtis, Jason and Bryce Knoblauch;
great-grandchildren: Jenna and Elise Zerkee, Blake Wionzek; also his sister
Isabel Jarvis of Richmond, BC; nieces Valerie Thibault, Susan Duckworth; and
nephew Don Keyes. Predeceased by his First Wife Gladys (Hampton), and his
brother Elmer. Harold was the heart of the family, a loving, gentle and
giving man. He joined BC Electric in 1947 (which evolved into BC Hydro, and
then BC Transit). He retired in 1980. In his retirement years he enjoyed
travelling with his Wife Audrey. He loved fishing, especially at Fanny Bay.
He also loved spending time with his children, grandchildren and
great-grandchildren. Harold was an avid and longtime Curler at the Burnaby
Winter Club, and the Qualicum and Comox Curling Clubs. Many thanks to Dr. M.
Gordon and the great Drs. and Nurses at Richmond Hospital for the
compassionate care that Harold received. A celebration of his life will be
held at the South Arm United Church in Richmond, BC (No. 3 Rd and Steveston
Hwy) on Saturday November 11, 2006, at 2pm. In lieu of flowers, donations
can be made to the BC Lung Assoc. in his memory. He had a nature that you
could not help loving, And a heart that was purer than gold, And to those
who knew and loved him, His memory will never grow old.
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province from 11/7/2006 - 11/8/2006.

KNEALE _ Violet Born March 3, 1914, passed away November 3, 2006. She is
lovingly remembered by sister Kathleen (Gordon); nephew Bob (Gladys); nieces
Cathy (John), and Ann (Rudie); great-nieces, Deborah (Geody), Rhonda
(Kerby); great-nephews, Daniel, Gregory, and Mikael; great-great niece,
Alexa and great-great nephews, Brayden, Jacob, Ryan and Marcus. No service
by request. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Burnaby General
Hospital or the charity of your choice.
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province on 11/8/2006.

KOCHAN _ Winnie passed away November 6, 2006. Survived by her husband
Andrew, son Bill, daughters Winnie and Sophie and grandchildren Scott,
Christina and John. Private service.
Published in The Province on 11/8/2006.

LEE _ Soo Wai Mun peacefully passed away at 4:00 a.m. on November 1, 2006 at
the age 70. She will be greatly missed by her husband, Ming; her sons
Anthony and Phillip; her goddaughter Amy; her sisters Nancy and Leslie; and
her brother Gee Soo. Memorial services will be held at 1:00 p.m. on November
10, 2006 at Glenhaven Memorial Chapel, 1835 E. Hastings St., Vancouver, BC
Published in The Province from 11/8/2006 - 11/9/2006.

LEIGHTON _ Nora M. passed away peacefully on November 2, 2006 in Nanaimo.
Long time resident of North Vancouver and spent the last couple of years in
Nanaimo. She is predeceased by her husband James in 1982 and one brother
Frederick Samuels. She is survived by her niece Lenora and husband David
Baker and their family, Matt and Brian, one sister-in-law Joan Samuels.
Private family cremation, no service at Nora's request. Flowers gratefully
declined. Donations in Memory of Nora may be made to the CNIB, 201 Selby
Street Nanaimo, B.C. V9R 2R2. Sands - Nanaimo
Published in the Vancouver Sun on 11/8/2006.

MacDONALD _ Douglas Wallace October 24, 1925 - November 5, 2006. It is with
great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Douglas MacDonald. He
will be sadly missed by his loving wife Phyllis, and sons David (Patti),
Curt (Sally); granddaughters Alex (Jeff), and Alana; his sisters Doreen and
Vera. Predeceased by his brother Frank. He will be deeply missed by numerous
family and friends. Doug was born in Edmonton, Alberta and moved to the
Collingwood area of Vancouver in 1926. At 18 he served with Princess Mary's
Canadian Scottish Regiment. Doug was involved in the liberation of Holland
on April 24th, 1945. He was wounded during the Battle for the liberation of
Wagenborgen and spent the remainder of the war recovering in England. Doug
married Phyllis in 1953 and raised his family in the community where he had
been raised. For 40 years Doug was a proud member of UA Local 516
refrigeration and air conditioning workers union. Doug was proud that both
his sons chose to follow in his footsteps in making the refrigeration trade
their life's work. Doug loved the Caribou area where he fished and enjoyed
vacationing with his family and friends. The family would like to thank Dr.
Rampersaud, the DVA and Delta Home Support Services for the care that was
provided so that Doug was able to remain at home with his family. Funeral
Service will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday November 11th, 2006 at The
Arbor Chapel, at Valley View, 14660 - 72 Avenue, Surrey, BC. In lieu of
flowers, donations may be made to the University of British Columbia, Attn:
Maryn Ellis - Auto Immune Research at UBC, 500 - 5950 University Boulevard,
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z3.
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province from 11/8/2006 - 11/9/2006.

MATHESON _ Daniel Glenn 80, suddenly and peacefully on August 13, 2006 in
Victoria, B.C. Survived by his wife of 51 years, Edith Joyce, sons; Glenn
Jr., Alan, Patrick, and daughter Catherine; grandchildren Elysia Matheson
and Christopher Burr Matheson and brother Warren Matheson; sister in laws,
Constance Deslandes Chamberlain, Eva Matheson and Darlene Matheson; niece,
Cheryl; nephews; Wayne and Michael. Predeceased by loving parents, Daniel
and Bessie Matheson. Glenn, born in Lac Megantic, Quebec, was a member of
the Royal Canadian Air Force in the early 1940's. In the early 1950's, Glenn
was an independent businessman in Calgary working as a salesman for Decca
Records. He opened Glenn's Music record store in Calgary in 1956 and later
expanded; opening one store in Vancouver in 1965, one in Calgary in 1968 and
in 1972 stores in Burnaby and West Vancouver. Glenn also worked with
Northwest Releasing promoting such acts as Liberace, Louis Armstrong, Jack
Benny, the Irish Rovers and Harry Belafonte. It was one of his joys in life
meeting those people. In the mid 70's, Glenn was involved in the Canadian
development and distributorship of Doodle Art posters. For thirteen years
Glenn owned and operated Ambleside Toys and Hobbies, a popular toy and hobby
store in West Vancouver, which he opened in 1983. Retirement involved living
on Vancouver Island in Nanoose Bay and trips to Vancouver to see his
granddaughter, Elysia as well as family. Glenn also enjoyed attending
Vancouver Canadians baseball games, concerts (Vancouver Symphony; Clark
Terry) , trips on the Royal Hudson steam train, dinners at Bistro Chez
Michel. Other passions in his life were trips with his family to Banff,
California, Oregon and Vancouver Island. The family would like to sincerely
thank the doctors and nurses at Victoria General Hospital, Ward 6B South for
their thoughtful care. Glenn will be extremely missed but not forgotten. A
private memorial will be held at a later date.
Published in the Vancouver Sun on 11/8/2006.

McEACHERN _ CORA February 11, 1928 - November 4, 2006 It is with a very
heavy heart we announce that Cora passed away suddenly on Saturday November
4th. After battling Lupus for nearly 30 years, her health had been failing
over the past while, and she became especially weak the last few months.
This once incredibly strong and fiercely independent woman lost her ability
to fight back when her lungs and heart gave out that morning. Cora lost her
husband Milton in 1971, and her oldest son Brian in 1988. She is survived by
children Lanie Goebel; Cyndie (Dwain) Kremyr; Marlin; Dan (Laurie Evoy); and
son-in-law Randy Goebel. She was so proud of grandchildren Kari Goebel; Jodi
Goebel; Justin Kremyr; Kelly Goebel; Jordan Kremyr; Breanne Evoy; and Justin
Evoy. She is survived by her brother Ed Olsen and his wife Lil; and
sister-in-law Noni Olsen; both ladies being such good friends of hers. Her
Olsen nieces also held a very special place in her heart. The family would
like to pay special thanks to Frank and Dagny Yurkin, two devoted lifelong
friends of Cora's; and also to Karen Nelson, her niece and a wonderful
companion for her these past few years. Good friends also included Art &
Gladys and Howard & Dot McEachern. She had lots of fond memories of her
"ladies days" with Karen, Mary-Anne, Myrtle and Evelyn. Cora held so many
wonderful memories of the McEachern and Olsen families, and loved to tell
those fishing tales. She loved the water and cherished the memories she held
of her and her husband's time fishing and visiting the coastlines of BC. She
fondly remembered deckhand and friend Joe Smith, and also had lots of tales
and great memories of time spent with the many McEachern wives. Thank you to
all the ladies from the South Fraser Home Support for your help and kindness
to Mom over the past while. She so appreciated your daily visits. Thank you
also to two wonderful doctors who helped Mom so much over the years: Dr.
McDonald (Langley) and Dr. Fenton (New Westminster). By Mom's request, there
will be no formal service.
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province on 11/8/2006.

MENEICE _ Howard It is with great sadness that our family announces that our
father, grandfather and great-grandfather passed away November 4, 2006 at
the age of 88. He was predeceased by his wife, Maria (1995), his parents
Mary Anne Isabel Meneice (Lougheed) and Lewis Quinton Meneice and his sister
Dorothy. He leaves to mourn his children Marion (Bill), Sandy (Cam), Yvonne
(Robert), Bob, Bev, his grandchildren Michelle, Christine, Marc, Kim,
Jennifer, Ian, Alexis, Brent and his great-grandson, Slater. Also left to
mourn are his three brothers Alvin (Lillian), Ken (Betty), Geoff (Anne), his
sister-in-law, Cory and family in Holland and his brother-in-law Theo (Mary)
in Australia. He is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews as well as
his precious caregiver Evelyn DeVera. Howard was born in Collingwood, Ont.
and raised in Armstrong, BC. He joined the army in 1941 in Revelstoke, BC
and served overseas until 1946. He met and married Maria, his loving wife of
49 years in Tilburg, Holland. Maria arrived at pier 21 in Halifax and then
traveled by train to Vancouver to be met by dad where they lived at the old
Vancouver Hotel until they moved to Sea Island. They were expropriated for
expansion of the Vancouver airport in 1974. They then moved to Gabriola
Island and resided there until 1994. In July they moved to Chelsea Gardens
in Surrey, BC. Dad will be remembered as a hard working family man who
passed on his work ethic to his children. Dad enjoyed gardening, ham radios,
computers, and travelling. Our family extends our thanks to his caregiver,
Evelyn DeVera, Dr. John Barclay, Terri Churchill (OT for DVA) and Debbie
Preuss (Medi-Chair). In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Heart
and Stroke Foundation or the charity of your choice. A Memorial service will
be held Friday, November 10, 2006 at 2:00pm at Valley View Funeral Home -
Arbor Chapel, 14660 - 72nd Ave, Surrey.
Published in the Vancouver Sun on 11/8/2006.

PAQUETTE _ Doris (nee Wright) Born Nov. 4, 1910 - Passed away Nov. 06, 2006
It is with great sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of our
beloved mom, grandma and great grandma at Langley Memorial Hospital Cedar
Hill Extended Care Unit. Heaven is a happier place. Mom lived a full and
rich life. She was "forever young", she loved children of all ages and had a
special love for her four legged friends. Mom loved to laugh, sing dance and
make others happy. (She was an active member until the age of 85 of the
Orange, Crystal and Beulah lodges.) Doris immigrated to Canada from England
in 1952 with her two children and worked in many service areas to support
her family until her retirement. She will be forever missed by her daughter
Mary (Rodjer) Dinesen, son John Graham (Susan) Wright; 6 grandchildren and
12 great-grandchildren. A Graveside Memorial Service to celebrate her life
will be held at 2:00 PM, Friday, November 10th, 2006 at Langley Lawn
Cemetery, 4393 208th Street, Langley, with a gathering of family and friends
to follow. We thank the many nurses and care aides at Cedar Hill for their
loving support and care of mom over the past 5 years. Columbia-Bowell Chapel
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province on 11/8/2006.

PERDUE _ Paul H. 1931 - 2006 Paul H. Perdue passed away on October 23 at the
Burnaby Hospital. He was born July 13, 1931, in Vancouver to Richard A. and
Irene M. Hamilton Perdue. He attended grade and high school at Henry Hudson
and Kitsilano. In 1948 he enlisted in the Canadian Army and served for over
three years in ordinance. He then worked for the Canadian Government at the
office of the Unemployment Insurance Commission (UIC) in Vancouver and later
at the office of the National Employment Service (NES) in Prince George.
Upon the death of his stepfather, Cecil Boyce, he returned to Vancouver in
1956 to work for the B.C. Electric Company and later for the B.C. Hydro.
After 32 years he retired from Hydro in 1986. In the 1950's he began singing
as a tenor soloist and he was, periodically and through the '70s, a member
of various church choirs on the lower mainland. In 1954 he joined South Hill
Players for the stage experience. He was also a member of the North Shore
Light Opera, of the B.C. Opera Players, and later of the Chorus of the
Vancouver Opera Association. He retired in 1983 after 23 years as a member
of VOA. In 1966 he opened "Paul's Pizza" on Broadway near Dunbar, owning and
working weekends for several years. In 1993 Paul married Carol Joan Howitz
and they traveled abroad each fall, spent four months every winter in
southern California, golfed, planter gardened on their 26th floor patio, and
enjoyed visiting with their mutual friends. Paul was preceded in death by
his parents, step father, and two sisters. He is survived by his wife Carol,
a step daughter Joanne Brede of Denver, two sisters and two brothers, and
nephews and nieces. A memorial service celebrating Paul's life will be held
at Redeemer Lutheran Church on Granville and Laurier in Vancouver on
November 14 at 1 pm. Afterwards friends are invited to join the family at a
reception in the church hall. In lieu of flowers, donations in Paul's memory
may be made to the Burnaby Hospital Foundation, Oncology or to the Vancouver
Opera Chorus Endowment (VOCE). (First Memorial - 604-876-5585)
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province from 11/3/2006 - 11/10/2006.

RAWLE _ Margaret Inez. Passed away peacefully on November 2, 2006 at the age
of 85 with family present. Survived by loving husband of 62 years Patrick;
son Sid (Gail); daughter Linda Fidenato (Tony); 3 grandchildren: Kathy
(Charles), Rob (Sheena), Theresa (Doug); and 2 great-grandsons: Dalton and
Nathan. There will be no service at her request. Family and friends are
invited to a memorial tea on Sunday November 12 from 1-4 pm at Gateway
Gardens Clubhouse: 1400 164th Street, Surrey. If friends so desire,
donations may be made in Margaret's memory to the Canadian Cancer Society or
the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province on 11/8/2006.

ROLSTON _ PETER CARSON 1937-2006 Born on August 15, 1937, Peter Rolston died
on November 3, 2006 at home in the loving care of his family after a brief
and valiant struggle with a very aggressive form of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Eldest son of Bob and Amy Rolston, grandson of Walter and Floss Carson, and
of Fred and Tilly Jean Rolston, he will be remembered with love by his wife
Louise, son Mark (Charleen) and daughter Karen (Parker) and grandchildren
Kayla, Alex, Joelie, Madeleine and Quincy Anne, and by his siblings David
(Barbara) of Montreal, Barry (Dale) of Victoria, Bob (Evie) of Pender
Harbour, and Katie of Robert's Creek. After completing his undergraduate
work at UBC, he studied for ministry in the United Church of Canada at the
Atlantic School of Theology in Halifax and was ordained in 1965. He served
the church in Tahsis/Gold River/Zeballos, St. Andrew's in Mission, Mt. Paul
in Kamloops, St. John's Strawberry Hill in North Delta and Northwood in
Surrey. Peter had the privilege also of serving as the MLA for Dewdney from
1972-75. Peter loved downhill and cross country skiing, boating, fishing,
windsurfing, snorkeling, exploring, traveling, listening to and playing
jazz, and working on building and renovation projects. He is best remembered
for his openness, his outgoing good nature, his energy, passion, and
enthusiasm, his ability to build bridges between people, and to create
opportunities for others to live more fully. HIs understanding of God, as
seen through the life of Jesus, encouraged him to celebrate creation and to
work for justice and peace. A memorial service to celebrate his life will be
held at Northwood United Church, 8855 156th Street, Surrey V3R 4K9 on
November 11, at 3:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, family and friends are invited
to consider a gift to Northwood United for Ministry with Youth and Young
Adults, or to the ministry of First United Church in the downtown eastside.
"In life, in death, in life beyond death, we are not alone. Thanks be to
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province from 11/8/2006 - 11/9/2006.

SCARDINA _ Mary Born November 11, 1916, passed away peacefully on November
6, 2006. Survived by her loving family; sister Lilly, brother Bud, and many
nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews. Service at 12:00 noon on
Thursday November 9th at Columbia-Bowell Chapel, 219 6th St, New
Westminster. Entombment at Ocean View Burial Park at 1:00 p.m. Thanks to the
staff at New Vista for their care and kindness to Mary. Columbia-Bowell
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province on 11/8/2006.

SLEIGH _ Edward Barry Passed away peacefully, surrounded by his loving
family in Vancouver, B.C. early Sunday morning on November 5, 2006 in his
85th year. He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Joan, and four children,
Ted (Janine), Diana (Hugh) Alley, Debby (Jim) Hughes, Rob (Mimi) and ten
grandchildren, Adriana, Dana, Matthew, Michael, Meghan, Colin, Rebecca,
Laurel, Ted and Robby. Barry, also known affectionately as Buddy by his
grandchildren, was the patriarch of our family and we will miss him dearly.
Born in 1922 in the British Colony of Hong Kong, Barry graduated from UBC as
a Chemical Engineer (P. Eng.) in 1944, and had a long and successful career
at Shell Canada. Barry's love and priority was always his family. His
insatiable curiosity, optimism, friendliness and willingness to help others
kept him forever young in attitude and spirit. Always a hardworking
gentleman, his strong faith led him to be active in serving his church and
community. He had a genuine love and interest in people and enriched
everyones lives he touched. Sailing was one of his passions, as was travel
and the adventure of the outdoors. Barry will be dearly missed by all who
knew and loved him, especially his family. Special thanks to the teams at
VGH Palliative Care and G F Strong NMS. A Memorial Service to celebrate
Barry's life will be held at St. Matthias & St. Luke Anglican Church, 680
West 49th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. at 2:00 pm on Saturday, November 11.
Reception to follow. In lieu of flowers, donations in Barry's memory to the
B.C. Cancer Foundation, or a charity of your choice would be greatly
Published in the Vancouver Sun on 11/8/2006.

SLUSAR _ Clifford John March 19th, 1919 - November 2nd, 2006 In loving
memory of Clifford John Slusar who passed away peacefully on November 2nd,
2006. Survived by two sons, Ted (Stella), Michael (Carol), two daughters,
Kathy (Al), Wendy (Ron). His brother Laurence (Mary) and sister Olive Glen.
His grandsons David (Donna), Corey (Kathy), and Cameron. His granddaughters
Kimberley (Dwayne), Kelly, Angelynn, Michelle, Dayna, and Stephanie and
great-grandchildren Kurtis, Kyle, Thomas Joseph (TJ), Peyton and Lucas and
many nieces and nephews. Survived by his wife Mildred (separated) and
predeceased by Olive Rosina his wife of 50 years. Cliff was a WW II veteran
and long standing member of the Lions Club. We praise Jesus for bringing him
home. A memorial service for Cliff to be held at Southside Community Church
Surrey, 12642 100th Ave, Surrey on Saturday, November 11th, 2006 at 4pm. In
lieu of flowers, please send donations on his behalf to South Fraser Child
Development Centre or Children's Hospital/Charity of your choice.
Published in The Province from 11/8/2006 - 11/10/2006.

SMITH _ Dorothy Gertrude (nee Bailey) Born November 13, 1921 in Saskatoon.
After a brief illness Dorothy passed away peacefully on November 2, 2006.
Born November 13, 1921, eleven days shy of her 85th birthday, Dorothy left
behind a legacy of kindness, generosity, compassion and zest for life that
all who new and loved her could only marvel at. Predeceased by her sisters
Lillian and Marjorie, Dorothy is survived by her loving husband of 62 years
John, daughters Rosalind, Marjorie (Glen), sons Norman and Murray, and her
grandchildren Nicholas, Rebecca and Zachary, who she so dearly loved. She is
also survived by her loving and supportive brother Douglas (Anita), nieces
Deborah, Pamela, Kim, Diane, Marilyn, nephew Stuart and all their respective
families. She will also be missed by dear friends that are far to numerous
to count. Over the years Dorothy was involved in many charities, and was
especially proud of her work in the Thetis Club. For the last 15 years she
was an Avon representative that she took on with her trademark enthusiasm.
The family would like to thank the staff at VGH and University Hospital, and
Jaimie, Judy and Nadine at the Arbutus Manor for all the kindness and
comfort provided to her. A service will be held Friday, November 10, at 1:30
PM at First Memorial, 602 Kingsway. A celebration of Dorothy's life will
follow at 3:00 PM at the Westpoint room in the University Golf Club at 5185
Universtiy bLvd, Vancouver. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the
Arthritis Society (JRAR).
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province on 11/8/2006.

STEFANINI _ Lillian May September 10, 1912 - November 4, 2006 Lil was born
in Vancouver, where she lived until she moved to Rossland in 1998 to live
with her daughter, Judy, and son-in-law, Bob Kerby. Lil was predeceased by
her husband Joseph in 1968, and her son Raymond in 2004. She is survived by
her loving daughter Judy (Bob) Kerby, brother Ken (Joy) Weaver,
granddaughters Kathy (Jeff) Spowart, Rebecca (Walter) Kerby, Rachel Kerby,
Lilli (Tom) Kerby, grandson Joe (Anie) Kerby, seven great-grandchildren,
many kind friends that she made over the past years who visited and shared
friendship and laughter, and her loving and faithful little dog, Percy. A
memorial service will be held at Oak Ridge United Church, 305 W. 41st
Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. on Saturday, November 11, 2006 at 2:00 p.m. Reverend
Michael Mandich presiding.
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province on 11/8/2006.

STEPHENS _ Marion Audrey (nee Trounce) June 22, 1925 - October 13, 2006,
passed away peacefully in hospital and went home to her Lord. Predeceased by
her husband Frederick of 53 years in 1997. Survived by sons Richard (Lynn),
Gordon (Cathy) of Richmond, daughter Barbara (Maurice) of Kamloops; 6
grandchildren James, Chris, Kevin and Jeffrey Dent, Nicole and Holly
Stephens; 11 great-grandchildren. A wonderful mother, grandmother and
great-grandmother. No service by request.
Published in The Province from 11/7/2006 - 11/10/2006.

STRELAU _ Lydia (nee Witske) Born at Radyslawow, Poland on May 15th, 1909
and went home to be with her Lord on November 4th, 2006. She was predeceased
by her husband Fred in 1982. She is survived by her loving children, 8
grandchildren, 9 great-grandchildren and many relatives and friends. Eric
and Gwen Strelau (Michele (Chuck), Laureen, Rod, Brad (Lalainia)); Irene and
Gordon Rathbun (Bryan (Janet), Charlene (Ernest), Craig); Len and Margaret
Strelau (Carmen (Brad)); great-grandchildren Corey, Krystina, Kelsi, Randy,
Sarah, Thomas, Christopher, Dawson and Caedence. Thank you to all the
workers at North Crest Care Centre in Delta, BC who looked after Mom in such
a loving manner. We appreciated your special care. Graveside Service
Wednesday, November 15th, 2006 at 10:00 a.m. in Mountainview Cemetery,
Fraser Street and East 41st Avenue, Vancouver. Memorial Service to follow at
12:00 p.m. in Bethany Baptist Church, 22680 Westminster Highway, Richmond.
Personal Alternative Funeral Services 604-596-2215
Published in The Province on 11/8/2006.

TODD _ Peter Gordon. It is with great sadness the family of Peter Todd
announces his passing at age 76 on November 3, 2006 after a lengthy battle
with emphysema. A child of the depression born in the rural municipality of
Blanshard in Manitoba he came to the West Coast where he met and married
Rita McKay having 4 children, Robert, Derrick, Wanda, Darlene and 8
grandchildren, all who will greatly miss a loving and caring father. Hard
working man since the age of 14 in several jobs, mostly in the trucking
industry. A man with a passion for reading and gifted with tools he was
always quick to help out anyone in need with his special abilities. Peter
could always be counted on to brighten the day with a good joke or just his
good company. He made many friends in the Mount Pleasant neighbourhood in
the 16 years he lived there, bless you all. A special Thank You to his
companion during those years, Pat Christensen for all her love and support
through good and bad. Also to the staff at St. Joseph Hospital for their
compassionate care. A celebration of his life will be held Saturday,
November 25, 2006 at 2:00 pm, at the Elks Hall, 5454 Fraser Street,
Published in The Province on 11/8/2006.

TOOMPUU _ Edward. Born on April 18th, 1918 at Saaremaa, Estonia passed away
on November 4th, 2006. Survived by his loving wife Sofia; son Udo; grandson
Michael; granddaughter Aili (Travis); great-grandson Braeden; as well as
family and friends of Sweden and Estonia. A Funeral Service will be held on
Friday, November 10th at 12:00 p.m. in St. Peter's Estonian Lutheran Church,
6520 Oak Street, Vancouver. Interment Forest Lawn Memorial Park. If so
desired, a donation to St. Peter's Estonian Lutheran Church appreciated.
Personal Alternative Funeral Services 604-662-7700
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province from 11/8/2006 - 11/9/2006.

TYCHO _ Norman Ingmar, born Smithers B.C., 1921, passed away peacefully in
Surrey on November 4th 2006, aged 85. He will be greatly missed by his
family and friends. He is survived by his loving wife Doris, sons Eric
(Kathy), Ian (Linda), Brian (Frances), David (Chiyoko), daughter Kathryn
(Gary), nine grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Memorial services
to be held on Friday, November 10 at 2:00 pm, at Fraser Heights Funeral
Home, 14835 Fraser Highway (at 148th St.), Surrey. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made to The Salvation Army.
Published in the Vancouver Sun and The Province from 11/8/2006 - 11/9/2006.

WALTERS _ Max Benjamin born April 3 1921 passed away peacefully November 3
2006 at Vancouver B.C. During a long and brilliant career as a physician,
Max touched the lives of countless people. His compassion, understanding,
sense of community and love of life were surpassed only by a profound sense
of humility. Max's many interests included art, music and travel, but the
greatest love of his life was Kay, is wife of 55 years, who passed away in
2000. Max is survived by his loving sister Naomi, daughter Mona, sons Lorne,
David and daughter-in-law Fely. He will be sadly missed by is grandchildren
Ari, Samuel and Benjamin and all the members of the Sanders family.
Published in the Vancouver Sun from 11/8/2006 - 11/10/2006.

WHEELER _ Dennis Franklin Born December 15, 1946 - November 8, 1977 Always
loved, missed, remembered. The Penner Family
Published in the Vancouver Sun on 11/8/2006.

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