Hank, Shirley-Mae Lovonne

Wednesday, 06 Aug 2008
Hank, Shirley-Mae Lovonne

In Loving Memory of
Shirley-Mae Lovonne Hank
1935-2008

It is with profound sadness that we announce the sudden passing of our beloved, wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, niece and friend, Shirley Hank on August 6, 2008 at the age of 73 years.
Shirley will be forever missed and loved by her husband Ray, daughter Roxanne, son Darren (Bonnie), her cherished grandchildren Cole and Khassidy, step grandchildren: Taylor and Tanner Kerr, her brother Ernie (Eva) Anderson and their family, aunt Elsie Reber, as well as many brothers and sisters in law, nieces, nephews and friends throughout BC and Alberta.
She was predeceased by her parents Hilding and Dorothy Anderson.
Shirley was born in Hardisty, Alberta on February 22, 1935 where she was raised and schooled. After graduation, she moved to Edmonton where she met the love of her life Ray Hank. They were married in Grande Prairie, AB in 1960. Shirley and Ray moved their family to Kamloops in 1966 where together, they founded N&H Contracting in 1971. They moved to Paul Lake where they raised their family and enjoyed their lives and retirement with their children living next to them. Shirley will always be remembered for her selfless commitment to all those around her. She always wore a smile and her presence alone would brighten anyone’s day. Shirley was a dedicated wife, mother and grandmother. She loved all animals that crossed her path and will be missed by her four legged friends: Tiger, Lucy and Carly. Shirley was a proud member of the Ladies Shrine Auxillary.
A special thank you to Betty Cahoose and family who became her support, friends and confidant over the last year. Also, her dear friends Diana and Norman Kopec, and the many friends too numerous to mention, you are always in our thoughts.
A Service to celebrate Shirley’s life will be held at 11:00 am on Wednesday, August 20, 2008 at St. Paul’s Anglican Cathedral, 4th and Nicola Ave.
The family wishes that any expressions of sympathy take the form of donations to the Kamloops branch of the S.P.C.A 1211 - 8th Street, Kamloops V2B 2Y3
You are invited to leave a personal message of condolence at the family’s on-line memorial register at: www.personalalternative.com
Service arrangements are entrusted to Justin Clark of Personal Alternative Funeral Services. (250) 554-2324.

Putland, Stanley Roy

Tuesday, 05 Aug 2008
Putland, Stanley Roy

Stanley Roy Putland of Kamloops B.C. passed away peacefully on August 5, 2008 with family by his side at The Marjorie Willoughby Snowdon Memorial Hospice. Stan was born near Churchbridge Saskatchewan on New Years’ day in 1944.
He will be forever missed by his loving sweetheart wife and fishing partner Marjorie, four legged companion Prissey, son Allan and wife Diane of Delroy AB, daughter Susan and husband Ron Armstrong of Kamloops, grandchildren Ashley, Jennifer, Patrick and Stephanie, all whom he was so proud of and loved dearly. Stan is survived by his mother Lucille, four brothers and three sisters and numerous nieces and nephews who will all miss him deeply.
“Little Grandpa” was a talented and extremely hardworking man. Fishing, gardening and almost anything outdoors were his passions. Also an avid member and volunteer of the “Twelve Step” program, for fourteen years, his strength and wisdom impacted many members of the AA program.
In celebration of Stanley’s life, his family will be hosting a potluck of “Grandpa’s favorite things” at Paul Lake Provincial Park campground on August 16, 2008 at two o’clock.
In lieu of flowers please make donations to the Kamloops Hospice Association. A heartfelt thank you to everyone for your prayers and support.
We will miss you Little Grandpa”

Maglio, Loretta Catherine

Monday, 04 Aug 2008
Maglio, Loretta Catherine

Loretta Catherine
Maglio
(Nee Russell)

Aug. 4, 2008 Loretta Catherine (Sally) Maglio passed away quietly with her husband at her side. Sally was born Jan. 16, 1925 in Big Valley Alberta. The family of ten moved to Slocan City when she was 11 years old. At 19 Sally and her sister Lorraine enlisted in the army and we stationed in Price Rupert. She loved music and played piano in a dance band in the Slocan Valley.
In 1952, Sally moved to Nelson where she married Charles Maglio, her husband of 53 years. Together they raised three children. In the many homes where Sally lived after leaving Nelson in 1965 she created beautiful gardens.
Sally was predeceased by her sisters Lorraine Routedge, Ruth Fraser and Stella Graham. Also, sadly, by her daughter Darlene Sonmor Dec. 13, 2007.
She is survived by her husband Charles Maglio, son Wayne Maglio, duaghter Wendy (Rick) Nichol. Grandchildren Samara (Chris) George, Shalla (Sheldon) Guertin, Sarin Burke, Pat Nichol, Trudy (Bo) Dagere, and Erica and Gina Maglio. Also great grandchildren Brandyn, Alec, Emma, Jacob, Jonah, Jayden, Desa-Rae, Parie, Rita. Sisters Vivian (Mel) Pasacreta, Elsie (Jerry) Altman, Isabel Cutler, and brother Frank (Hazeldean) Russell. As well as many beloved nieces and nephews.
The family would like to thank Dr. Cynthia Watson and all the doctors, nurses and staff at the Cancer Clinic and Hospice House for all their care and support.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made in Loretta’s name to the B.C. Cancer Agency, 399 Royal Ave. Kelowna, B.C. V1Y 5L3. Or the Kamloops Hospice Association, 72 Whiteshield Crescent South, Kamloops B.C. V2E 2S9.
A celebration of Sally’s life will be held Saturday Sept. 6, 2008 at the South Thompson Inn (Kamloops, B.C)
2 pm until 5pm.
We miss your beautiful smile, your loving heart, and will think of you whenever we hear the sound of a piano, or see a wonderful garden.

Tedder, Jean

Monday, 04 Aug 2008
Tedder, Jean

JEAN TEDDER

On August 4, Mom lost her fight with Alzheimer’s Disease, passing away peacefully at age 89. She was born to William and Jeannie Ramsay on December 22, 1918 in Nelson, BC. She is survived by sons Bruce and Ralph, brother in law Joe (Ina) Tedder, nieces Joan Goode and Marjorie Alfawicki, nephews Bill Ramsay, Laurie and Corey Tedder, as well as many great nieces and nephews throughout BC, Alberta and Scotland.
Mom was predeceased by her parents, husband Brian (2000), sister Belle and brother Charles, and many in laws, nieces and nephews.
As a teenager in Nelson, running track was her passion, and at one point she held the Canadian record for the 100 yard dash. Injuries cost her the chance to represent Canada internationally and eventually forced her to quit.
In 1939 the family moved from Williams Lake to Kamloops, where she worked a few years in the government buildings. Mom and Dad were married in Kamloops on June 1, 1944, and from that point on she was a homemaker. They built one of the first homes in Valleyview, where she lived until 2003. In their 27+ great years of retirement, she enjoyed playing tennis, gardening, walking daily and supporting her sons.
We will miss her dearly, but know she has gone to a better place. She was tired of the fight and decided it was time to rejoin Dad and the rest.
Special thanks to the staff at Overlander’s South Park Wing, your love and caring made Mom comfortable for the 3 ½ years she was there. Thanks also to Dr. Shirley Sze for her many years of care.
A Memorial Service will be held in the Schoening Funeral Chapel on Saturday, August 9, 2008 at 1:00 p.m.
Should friends desire, donations to Overlander Extended Care Hospital, 953 Southill Street, Kamloops, BC V2B 7Z9 in memory of Mom would be greatly appreciated.
Arrangements entrusted to Schoening Funeral Service,
513 Seymour Street, telephone 250-374-1454.

Hilton, Margaret

Sunday, 03 Aug 2008
Hilton, Margaret

MARGARET HILTON
November 23, 1909 – August 3, 2008

Our Darling, Aunt Margaret Hilton passed away peacefully on August 3, 2008 in Royal Inland Hospital, at the age of 98. She enjoyed reasonably good physical and mental health in her last years, until a few days ago her advancing age took its toll on her total health. Margaret leaves to cherish her memory, her nephews Bill (Helen) Pratt, Brian (Donna) Bogetti, Alan (Ruth) Bogetti, Fred (Vi) Hilton, niece Sheila (Van) Smith all from Kamloops, BC, and niece Shirley Hamilton (Al Burke) from Winnipeg, MB, niece Mabel Cawdell of Surrey, BC, sister in law Wilma Bogetti at Berwick on the Park, sister in law Alice Bogetti at the Ponderosa Lodge, many great nieces and nephews as well as a wealth of truly wonderful friends, and her extended family at The Shores Retirement Residence.
Margaret was predeceased by her husband Bill of 56 years, her parents, brothers Jack and Frank and sister Annie.
Margaret was born in Cherasco, Italy, immigrated to the United States, with her Father and Mother and sister Annie; when she was just six months old. After a short stay in the United States, while living in Seattle, Margaret’s Father heard of homestead land in Robbins Range in Canada. They moved here to work the homestead land in 1912. Her Father and neighbouring farmers constructed a log home for the family and that home now sits proudly on display at Hat Creek Ranch. Margaret attended school in the Robbins Range School House that is currently situated in the school yard of Pine Ridge Elementary.
Margaret met and married Bill Hilton, a CNR employee in June of 1938, and they had many wonderful years together until his death in 1994. Together they worked tirelessly at the Wild Life Park, spending most of their summer days out there running the Wild Life Train. They also spent many hours with the CNR Pensioners, Old Age Pensioners, bowling, going to the Heritage House and dancing and playing cards, gardening, many picnics in the park, playing Bocce Ball and Mini Golf. What a great card player she was, as recent as February 25, 2008, won the Crib Tournament at the Shores.
Auntie Margaret always was optimistic, never criticized anyone, never complained, and always said its okay to do whatever makes you happy and Auntie you have made a lot of people happy, with your spaghetti, gnocchi and ravioli dinners of home made pasta and sauce made from your home grown tomatoes. But, best of all, we are proud that you belonged to us.
Thank you, to the staff at the Shores for their kindness, and care given to Margaret, her last days there. Also to all of the Ambulance Attendants, Emergency Staff, and Staff, Nurses and Doctors on 6N, for the care given in her last moments of life.
In lieu of flowers, we would ask you to instead, make a donation in her memory to Royal Inland Hospital Foundation “General Equipment Fund’, 311 Columbia Street, Kamloops, BC V2C 2T1 or Kamloops Wildlife Park, 9077 Dallas Drive, Kamloops, BC V2C 6V1 in memory of both Bill and Margaret Hilton, for the many years of dedication and joy they had from being part of what it is today.
A Celebration of Margaret’s life will be held on Tuesday, August 12, 2008 at 1:00 p.m. in the Schoening Funeral Chapel with Reverend Bruce Comrie officiating. Following cremation, she will rest beside her husband Bill at Evergreen Mausoleum in Hillside Cemetery.
On-line condolences may be expressed at www.schoenings.com
Arrangements entrusted to Schoening Funeral Service, 513 Seymour Street, 250- 374-1454.

McCullough, Ronald Sydney

Friday, 01 Aug 2008
McCullough, Ronald Sydney

Ronald Sydney McCullough
1930 ~ 2008

We would like to tell you about Ron, our
husband/dad weighing anchor and shipping out.
It’s time for joy and excitement and a hearty “Bon Voyage” as he sails to a better place beyond the sunset.
We are thankful for the years God had given him plus for his parents Harold and Sarah McCullough, Sheldon, two infant brothers, his sister Erna and granddaughter Stacy Nagel who predeceased him.
He was grateful for Anna his helpmate for 52 years, daughters Karen (Tom) Nagel, Regina (Kim) Black and Leanne, grandchildren Nick and Jann Black, Melissa (Tim) Heerebout, great grandchildren Ashton Scott Black and Layla Grayce Heerebout, as well as his sisters Beulah Burns, Nettie (Burton) Outhouse, Margaret (Neil) Davidson, brothers Emmerson, Nelson (Dottie), Douglas (Alice) and all of his nieces, nephews and cousins who each added to his life.
Ron was born in Tiddville Digby County N.S., fifth in a household of eleven. His occupation was haddock and lobster fishing in the area and moving to Yarmouth in 1948 to fish with his brother in-law. There he met Anna (belle) and they married in1955. In 1973 they moved to Kamloops BC. residing there until they retired in 1991. Upon retiring they became snowbirds spending the winters in South California, Yuma and Mexico. Their remaining years were spent in Kamloops, where Ron enjoyed fishing trips to Tranquille Lake, Revelstoke Dam and lots of the fishing holes in the area. Ron and Anna enjoyed golfing and the trips they were able take with their dear friends to different golf courses
Ron touched the hearts of many with his wit, wisdom and cheeky grin. His talent as a mechanic served him well from fixing bicycles and lawn mowers to all types of vehicles. His amazing talent for fixing things saved many a person from hours of dismay, inconvenience and unnecessary costs. He is leaving behind many happy memories for many friends whose friendship he and Anna enjoyed over the years.
Ron’s journey was not uncharted as he passed through the valley of the shadow of death. God’s hands were on the helm as He guided him to the heavenly haven He had prepared for him.
A Memorial Service will be held at 1:00 pm on Saturday, August 23, 2008 at Kamloops Evangelical Free Church 1132-8th Street, Kamloops, with Pastor Rob Cave officiating.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent in Ron’s memory to the B.C. Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Lung Association.
Kamloops Funeral Home 250-554-2577
Condolences may be sent to the family from www.kamloopsfuneralhome.com

Barnett, Helen Irene

Thursday, 31 Jul 2008
Barnett, Helen Irene

HELEN IRENE BARNETT
JULY 1, 1951 - JULY 31, 2008

It is with heavy hearts that we say goodbye to our mother, grandmother, sister, daughter, niece, and friend. Helen passed away July 31, following a short fight against lung cancer. She is survived by her daughters Sherry-Ann (Frank) Weber of Sylvan Lake, Teresa (Josh) Spruyt of Kamloops and Felisha (Graham) Height of Victoria; grandchildren Elizabeth, Deborah, Faith, Kaden, Electra, and Rylend; mother Millicent Bresnahan; sister Joanne; brothers Boyd (Lynn), Ron (Jane), and Wayne. Aunt Bev and Uncle George (Johnson) as well as numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and several close friends - Ruby, Mike, Marnie, Sheila, Nel and many others. Helen was predeceased by her father James Bresnahan in 2004.
Helen was born in Prince George on Canada Day and always enjoyed the celebrations at Riverside Park. Helen would joke that she was extra special because she got fireworks on her birthday. Growing up Helen lived in several places through out BC; however she chose to settle in Kamloops to raise her daughters. Helen moved to Alberta in 2001 but her heart was always in Kamloops and she was in the process of moving back when she was diagnosed. She began treatments in Edmonton but was able to return to Kamloops to be closer to her family and close friends for what she thought would be further treatments.
During Helen’s life she worked as an accountant and was looking forward to returning to work at Eyes International after she finished treatments. Helen enjoyed every minute she got to spend with her grandchildren, and took great satisfaction in watching the payback her daughters received for all the grey hairs they gave her while they were growing up. Helen was very proud of her grandchildren and was often caught bragging of their successes, whether it was their grades or the awesome hockey game they played. She truly was an amazing grandmother.
Friends are invited to join the family in an open house on Saturday, August 9, from 2 till 4 at 512 Blanche St. The family would like to express a special thank you to Dr. Schumacher, Dr. Michaud, the nurses in the step down unit, and the entire staff at the Marjorie Willoughby Snowden Memorial Hospice Home.
Arrangements entrusted to Personal Alternative Services.
Donations can be made in lieu of flowers to: Kamloops Hospice Association,
72 Whiteshield Cr. South, Kamloops, BC V2E 2S9

Ebl, Frank Charles

Tuesday, 29 Jul 2008
Ebl, Frank Charles

It is with great sorrow we announce the passing of Frank Charles Ebl of Knutsford, BC on July 29, 2008 at the age of 83. He is predeceased by his mother and father, Frank and Annie Ebl and his brother Harry Ebl. Frank was the eldest of five brothers, Joe, Harry, Ed and George. He is also survived by his nephews and their families.
Frank served with the 1st Canadian parachute Battalion in WWII. He was stationed in England and upon returning home after the war, he moved to BC. He then worked for Palm Dairies for a few years. Frank then went to work for Joe Frolek in the logging industry on Hull Mountain and various other areas. Eventually all the five brothers were working in the same logging outfit. Hunting and fishing was a way of life for them, and we have enjoyed hearing the many stories of “the big one that didn’t get away.”
Everyone who knew Frank was aware of his passion and skill for bowling. Frank also busied himself in the winter months with his creative woodworking projects; from his famous whirlybirds, to his baskets, flower pots and wooden games. Another passion was his gardening, which he always shared his harvest with friends, neighbours and family. He would arrive in Alberta every summer with a cooler of his frozen berries and apricots. Frank won many ribbons for his garden produce that he would enter at the Knutsford Fall Fair. He was so proud of the trees he had grown in his yard over the years and turned his place into a little green oasis. Frank always enjoyed having coffee and shootin the breeze with his good friends and neighbours. He loved to chat.
Frank will always be remembered as a thoughtful and kind-hearted person. Always willing to help out with anything. We love him and will miss him always. We would also like to extend our gratitude to the nurses and Dr. Birdi at the Royal Inland Hospital for your kindness, caring and compassion you showed Frank. Thank you.
Friends and family are invited to get together for a Celebration of Frank’s life at the Knutsford Community Hall on Saturday, August 23, 2008 at 1:00 p.m.

Kay, Judy

Sunday, 27 Jul 2008
Kay, Judy

It is with great sadness that the family of Judy Kay announce her passing on July 27, 2008 at the age of 81 in Stony Plain, Alberta.
Formerly of Kamloops BC, she is survived by her devoted husband Robert; three daughters, Wendy (Fred) Knopke, Sharon (Bruce) Allen, Joanann (Frank) Bowen, seven grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Her sisters, Lucy Stinsman, Eva Samborsky, Josie (Norman) Landsman, her brothers John (Ethel) Zatorski, Ed (Laura) Zatorski. She was predeceased by her parents Philip and Annie Zatorski and her sister Maryann Zatorski. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Good Samaritan Society, Stony Plain or the Memorial Society of Edmonton, Alberta.
A memorial service will be held Friday Aug. 1, 2008 at 1:30 p.m. at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 5010 - 52 Avenue, Stony Plain, Alberta.

Westman, Roy Alvin

Tuesday, 22 Jul 2008
Westman, Roy Alvin

Roy was born Feb 3, 1938 in Whitewood, Saskatchewan and passed away peacefully in Kamloops on July 22, 2008 with his family by his side.
Roy loved to spend endless hours in his garden where he quickly got his nickname “Farmer Brown”. Roy loved his Saskatchewan Roughriders, fishing, hockey, The Young & Reckless, old western movies, country music, and truck driving.
Roy had so much pride and joy for his children and even more so for his 6 grandchildren. Roy’s favorite song was “Teach your children well and know they love you.”
Roy leaves behind his loving wife of 49 years Marion, son Darwin of Burnaby, daughter Kim & Rick Meaver (Brandi & Kirk) of Williams Lake, daughter Kathy & Glen Westman -Wallace (Kaity & Stormy) of Maple Ridge, daughter Karen & Al Horne (Allan & Nequila) of Kamloops, his only sister Ida Mindel (Vern) her children (Rodney & Sandra and Families) of Quesnel, all his extended family & friends and his 4-legged furry workout companion, his cat Tucker who kept him mobile.
We the family would like to express our grateful thanks to Dad’s dear friend Dave (how about a helping hand) Wilbur for all that he has done over the years for our Dad & Mom and to Dr. J Reid, Dr. J Takahashi and the nurses on 3 west of Royal Inland Hospital for their wonderful care and support for our husband, brother, father, and grandpa.

Your needs in life were simple,
Your love for us was true,
As long as we were happy
You were happy too.
You gave us all you had to give,
Gifts, both great and small,
But most of all you gave us love,
The greatest gift of all.

No Service by request. In Lieu of flowers, give of yourself ..... your love, your time, and resources to those in need.

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