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E8 THK VANCOUVER SUN. Tuesday, September 12, 2000 Births & Deaths Announcement lines are open Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., 605-2255. Fax ads 606-2206. Fax deadline 2 p.m. (Deadline for next day's paper 3 p.m. previous day.) Deaths Deaths Deaths AnniversaryBirthdays Memorial Gifts KEATE Letha Katherine (nee Meilicke), died f 1RI WARNER Philip James, March 8, UJ 1 91 8 - September 9, 2000, passed away m 0m after a brave fight with cancer. He will be l A fj sadly missed by his loving family: wife Leota; daughters Chervl (Rick). Gail ALEXANDER Gladys L. (nee Schofield) passed away peacefully on September 9th, 2000 In Richmond, at age 84. Predeceased by her loving husband Frank (1988). Survived by sons Trevor (Anne), James Ken and John (Jody), and brother Jack Schofield, as well as grandchildren Lisa, Scott, David and Shannon. No service by request. In lieu of flowers a donation to the charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family. All proceeds help B.C.'s needy children Donations made in honor or in memory of will be acknowledged with cards to recipients and income tax receipts to donors. Please Include names and addresses of recipient, next of kin and donor. Box 5390 Vancouver, B.C. V6B 5M3 605-2426 Happy 50th birthday, Lesley!! You only get better with age. Love, Colleen xoxo Peter John Peterson Handsome then, handsome now. 75 years and there's still spring in your step. Best wishes on your birthday. Much love, Peter, Lorraine, Scott and Diane, Michael, Alana, Drew. STOUSE EDWARD and BERYL (ol Maple Ridge. BC) Happy 47th Anniversary LOVE, YOUR FAMILY Memorial Gifts ALZHEIMER SOCIETY OF BC 20-601 W. Cordova St Van V6B 1 G1 681-6530, 1-800-667-3742 Thank you for your supportl Canuck Place Children's Hospice provides palliative care to children and youth living with lifelimiting illnesses, and their families, throughout British Columbia. Your gift to Canuck Place in honour, or in memory of someone special will be gratefully acknowledged by letter. Kindly include the name of the individual to whom tribute is being made, and the name and address of those to receive acknowledgement. Please include your address, for receipting purposes. Visa and Mastercard gratefully accepted - thank you. Please mail to Canuck Place - Tributes 410 - 890 W. Pender St., Vancouver, B.C. V6C 1 J9 est B.C. C.H.I.L.D. FOUNDATION Appreciates your support for research for children with Crohn's ulcerative colitis and liver disorders, B.C.'s "forgotten" children. Donations made in honour or in memory will be acknowledged with cards to recipients (no amount mentioned). Tax-exempt receipts will be mailed to donors. British Columbia C.H.I.L.D. Foundation Suite 1 1 50 -1 1 88 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C.V6E 4A2 For further information: (604) 736-0645 U ij 1 1 l t : ) l in tlilk'i " 1 I r I i 1 i 11 ( ' V tr T" '"3Tn Our special thanks Gold sponsors; p""TT'i "t rr-. CANUXK PLACE ff dXsUln peacefully in Vancouver General Hospital Friday, September 8, 2000 with her family at her side, following a brief illness. Predeceased by her husband, former Vancouver Sun publisher James Stuart Keate in 1987, she is survived by her son, Richard Stuart Keate, daugmer-in-iaw Heather, and their two children, Margot Ena, and Kevin Stuart, all of Vancouver; daughter Kathryn-Jane Hazel, of London, Ont., and her son, Eric Severen Hazel, of Vancouver; her sister, Wilhelmine Meilicke, 92, also of Vancouver; and several nephews and nieces. Letha led a full and active life as wife, mother, artist and athlete. She was a loving companion along the way to Rhi riurinn the 48 vears of their marriaoe. and a wonderful role model to her children and grandchildren in her zest for life. A gifted painter and sculptor, her sculpture, "Continuity", which stands outside Brock House, is one of Vancouver's better- known landmarks. Letha was also passionate about sports, particularly golf, and won competitions throughout her life, the last at the Shaughnessy Golf uiud a tew weeks Deiore ner oeatn-oespite Deing blind. Many thanks to Dr. David Brown and the staff on the 8th floor, East Wing, Centennial Pavilion, VGH, for their capable and compassionate care, and to Josephine and Belen, who made it possible for her to enjoy all tne activities sne loved, helping her with kindness and endless good humour. A Celebration of her life will be held Thursday, 1 pm, September 14, at St. Anselm's Anglican Church, 5120 University Blvd. Interment at Ocean View Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations in Letha's memory can be made to the CNIB, B.C.-Yukon Division, 100-5055 Joyce Street, Vancouver, B.C. V5R 6B2 KRAG Mary passed away peacefully on Friday, September 8, 2000 at New Westminster, B.C. Lovingly remembered by all her family including sons Ken (Maureen), Ray (Lynn) and grandson Anthony; brother Neil; sister Dorothy and lifetime friend, Audrey. Predeceased by her husband, Nels in 1 994. (joiumoia-Boweii bid! -4am LINDGREN Ben Conrad passed away peacefully on Saturday. September 9th, 2000 at 2 p.m. at Surrey Memorial Hospital, age 47 years. Survived by his loving wife, Kin, daughters, Leann and Nola, mother Hazel (Bob), brothers Garth, Darcy, Rick and Bob, grandmother Anna Borg, many aunts, uncles and family. A memorial service will be held Thursday, September 14th, 1 p.m. at Sunshine Hills Four Square Church, 6749 120th St., Delta, B.C. In lieu of flowers donations to the Four Square Church would be appreciated. Personal Alternative Funeral Services 596-221 5 MacCALLUM Dorothy May, late of Abbotsford, B.C., formerly of Vancouver, B.C., peacefully passed away on Tuesday, September 5th, 2000, age 87, at Menno Chalet, Abbotsford. Survived by her loving sister Marge and her husband Tom Bradley, and two nephews Bill (Marguerite) Bradley and family of Abbotsford, and Norman (Sherry) Bradley and family of Kelowna. She was predeceased by her husband Alastair (1 962). Dorothy was a longtime employee of Woodward's in Vancouver, B.C. No service by request. Cremation. Special thanks to the staff at Menno Home and Chalet for their loving care. If friends so desire donations can be made in memory of Dorothy to the Alzheimer Resource Center at 214 -2825 Clearbrook Road, Abbotsford, B.C. V2T 6S3. HENDERSON'S FRASER VALLEY FUNERAL HOME 854-5534 0458 1 2 MORGAN Jeanne Marie Louise (nee Barre) passed away peacefully in Maple Ridge on September 8th, 2000 in her 98th year. She is survived by her grandchildren, Steve and Erin West, her grand-nephew Roy Morgan Uzelac, also Sonnette Chalmers, Jim Barre, Paul and Roger Barre and their families. Memorial Service will be held on Thursday, September 14th at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Ocean View Funeral Home, 4000 Imperial St., Burnaby. In lieu of flowers donations to the Alouette Care Manor. Nl VEN Stan. With deepest sorrow we announce the death of Stan, September 9th, 2000, age 82. He is survived oy nis devoted wire Anna (3U years), son Lionel, and stepsons Al and Don Hamilton, his grandsons Patrick and Michael,1 and beloved granddaughter Kelsea, also many relatives in the USA, Canada and Scotland. Predeceased by his brothers Dr. Tom and Dr. Ivan Niven. Stan served 31 years with the VSB as teacher, VP and Principal. He was also Wing Commander Sea Island summer camp 1957 to 1960. In lieu of flowers, if you wish, donations in Stan's memory to the variety Uluo ot b.rj. (jeleoration ot Lite Monday, September 18, 2:00 p.m. at Firefighters Social Club, 6515 Bonsor Ave, Burnaby. Bright, casual attire, please. "It's not the hand you're dealt, But how you play it. POON Wing Kong passed away on September 8th, zooo. Predeceased by nis loving wire Yee uning in 1978. Survived by sons, Samuel (Amy), Jason (Ellen) and Victor; daughters, Ching-Han (Hoi-Fat) Hunq. Grace (Henry) Tsanq, nine grandchildren. seven great-grandchildren, as well as many other relatives and tnenos. service wm rje neia at l :uu p.m. on Thursday, September 14th, 2000 at Hollybum Funeral Home, 1807 Marine Drive, West Vancouver, BC. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Lions Gate Hospital, I.C.U. 231 E. 15th Street. North Vancouver, BC V7L 2L7, would be greatly appreciated. Hollybum Funeral Home 922-1 221 RICHARDSON Norma Leone, suddenly on September 8, 2000, after a long illness with multiple myeloma, at Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto. Survived by daughter Lyndsay-Anne Richardson and son Christopher Donald Richardson. Cremation. Donations in lieu of flowers may be sent to Princess Marqaret Hospitaluntano cancer institute Research Foundation, 610 University Ave., Toronto, Ontario MbU 2M9, (416) we-bswj would be appreciated by the family. SEYMOUR Alice Marie passed away September 1 , 2000 at the age of 86. She is survived by ner loving nusoana ciare and lovingly remembered by her daughters, Barbara (Barry), Jo-Ann; grandchildren Darma (Randy). Randy Simpson, and Kristine Cox; 9 great grandchildren. Also survived by her sister and best friend. Bertha; brothers Harry. Bud and Ken Mohr and many nieces and nephews. No service oy request. i7an SMILLIE Tobias January 4, 1 979, to bepiemrjer i, ;uuo. I aken away suddenly, and much too soon. He will be lovingly missed by his family, Bev Richard, Shannon Leigh, Chris. Josh, Lucienda, Michelle, his aunts, uncles, cousins and his multitude of friends and his comrades in the P.P.C.L.I., in Vancouver, Edmonton and Bosnia. "Our boy, always remembered, always loved". In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent to Tobias Smillie memorial fund, do Grizzlies Foundation, 800 Griflcths Way. Vancouver V6B 6G1. Memorial services wiH be held Monday, September 11, in Bosnia, Tuesday. September 12, CFB. Edmonton. Funeral service to be held on Friday, September 15, 2:00 p.m. at Ocean view rjemetery, 4000 Imperial street, Burnaby. STEWART Peggy-Vema Margaret (Vandervoort). Bom h Vancouver. B C. Aon! 20. 1914. Passed away on September 8. 2000, in White Hock. B.rj. Peggy was predeceased by her husband. Dr. Neil A. Stewart in 1969 and wiH be dearly missed by her loving daughter. Tammy (Jim) Reynolds and son Tim Stewart and their ch Idren. Patrick (Sheila). Terry (Christine). Jeff (Roberta), Ryan and Sean Stewart; one loving great-granddaughter, Jaimie Sarah. Peggy will also be missed by her many friends, nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held at 3:00 p m. on Saturday, September 16. 2000 at Fraser Heights Funeral Home, 14835 Fraser Highway, Surrey. In keu ot flowers, donations in Peggy's memory may be made to St. Vincent's Hospital foundation, 749 W. 33rd Avenue, Vancouver. B C FRASER HEIGHTS FUNERAL HOME 589-2559 THOMSON Alan Norrie, Apri 28. 1917 -September 9. 2000. passed suddenly from a traffic accident Predeceased by his ante Myrtle on March 28. 2000; he nl be sorely missed and tondty remembered by his daughter Bev Huffey and grandchildren Bret and Sheml: son Bruce and grandcMdren Vanessa. Samantna and Alana; and son Net (LesNei ana grandchildren trm and Ashley. Funeral service Friday. September 15, 1 p.m. HamiKon-Harron. 5390 Fraser Street. Vancouver. (Rod), Phyllis (Dave) and son David; grandchildren Philip, James, Scott, Leah and Corine; many nieces, nephews and friends. Predeceased by 4 brothers and 3 sisters, and is survived by one brother, Joe in Ottawa. Phil was a member of the IBEW working for BC Hydro for over 25 years. Over the years he has been a member of the Kinsmen Club, the Knights of Columbus and the Delta Community Band. He was an avid golfer, gardener and he loved music. Prayers: Wednesday, September 13, 7:00 p.m. at Valley view Funeral Home, 14660 - 72 Ave., Surrey. Funeral Mass: Thursday, September 14, 1:00 p.m. at Good Shepherd Church, 2250 1 50 Street, Surrey. WHITNEY Marian passed away peacefully on September 2, 2000 at Langley Memorial Hospital. Marian was predeceased by her sisters, Laura, Pearl, Catherine and her brother Mitchell. She will be sadly missed by Frank, her loving husband of 55 years; her son Dalton' her grandson Zolton; her great grandson Felix, her sister Helen and her brothers Peter and Nick (Olive), her nieces, nephews and dear friends. Cremation. Service will be announced at a later date. FIRST MEMORIAL - ALDERGROVE 857-01 1 1 WILSON Constance Mary (Connie), bom December 25, 1912 in Chester, England, passed away September 8, 2000 in Langley Memorial Hospital. She will be lovingly remembered by her nephews: Don (Joy) Critchley and family of Manchester, England, Don (Lorraine) Bartlett and family of Kamloops; and her niece June Steele and family of Kamloops. Connie was predeceased by her husband Hoss in isbb; sister uiaoys uunn in laws and nephew Fred Steele in 1990. She was an active member of the Langley Presbyterian Church and will be missed by extended family, friends and neighbors throuqhout B.C. For those who wish, there will be an opportunity to pay respects Thursday, September 14 Detween p.m. ana y p.m. at nenoerson s i-unerai Home, 20786 Fraser Highway, Langley. The funeral service will be held Friday, September 15 at 11:00 a.m. in Lanalev Presbyterian Church. 20867 - 44 Avenue, Langley. Burial will follow in Langley Lawn rjemetery. i HENDERSON'S 530-6488 In Memoriam MORRISON -Margaret A. November 20, 1 91 3 - September 1 2, 1 999. Forever in our hearts, and alway in our memories Words cannot express our love for you Nor explain the void we still feel. But knowing you are with the Lord Brings peace to our longing hearts and souls. Until we meet again. Love Rod, Catrina, Marion, Donna and families. POPLE Kenneth Neale March 23, 1963-September 12, 1997 Ken: Can't eat Can't sleep Can't walk Can't talk Can't laugh Can't cry Can't run Can't hide But I can still ride. The road just isn't the same without you, man. -Snake WODZANIUK Captain Frank, Septembers, 1999. Always in our minds, forever in our hearts. Missed dearly by friend Bemice and Hawthorn Day Care Centre. Births Baby's Here? You'll need a few things! When you place a Birth Announcement you will receive a Baby's Here Gift Pac filled with over $25.00 j products for you and J vour babv. GEARS 1 Expect mure Jrum tears Frenailt?As a parent-to-be simply go to your local SEARS retail store and enroll in the Waiting Game Club (it's Free) and receive your Baby's On The Way Gift Pac filled with great brand name products (it's also FREE). When you join the club, register the date you think your baby will be born. If you guess correctly, you WIN merchandise certificates in the amount equal to what you've spent in the Sears Kids ana More and maternity shops up to seven days prior to your baby's arrival. (Some conditions apply. Full contest details available from your Sears representative.) CALL: 605-7355 Tiik Vm oi vkr Sin & Province Engagements CONGRATULATIONS!! AChris&Amanda The big day will be held in their home town of Winnepeg, Manitoba. On a warm, bright, sunny day, August 1 1 , 2001 (we hope). We are very excited to be able to share this special day with the two of you. We love you guys & wish nothing but the best tor yourruture together. Love "The Maids" Danielle, Lindsay i Carrie AnniversaryBirthdays BEST WISHES on your 50th BIRTHDAY, BRIAN ASTON LOVE GORDON AND RUBY. HAPPY 30TH ANNIVERSARY JOSE and HARISAVDUEIRA FROM YOUR DAi IRMTFRS SANORA ml LOUHPFS I i.-.,..-, izA Bhaie me good news wtrn ..... gT7 T.it I Nmghboutswrthaftrti, VaT. ST. wSs r Anrtrxrricemem in both J" -r:,tx ? k. SStt?.,.-. T l Th Vancouver Sun Liat Sr" ? -luiS fcHwffMWfff8 Unify H BENNETT John Herbert Joseph of Coquitlam, B.C. passed away peacefully on September 9, 2000 at the age of 85 vears. Bom September 20. 1914 In SWJ3S. Calcutta, India. Survived by his loving ,Ma ,Ma U:. ...if.. t CH wnn. In,,r.a kic TalMliy, Ilia Wilts Ul yoaio, uuytu, 1110 daughters Norah and Kathleen; his sons Mark and Brock, and his five grandchildren. He served in the British Merchant Navy as an Engineering Officer throughout World War II , in the North Atlantic. He continued his career ashore, with Trans Mountain Pipeline Company Ltd up until his retirement. A memorial service will be held Friday, September 1 5, 2000 at the Burquitlam Funeral Home, 936-9987, at 2:00 p.m. BEZZASSO Mirco (Beezy) passed away September 8th, 2000 in Vancouver. Beezy is survived by his loving family, his wife Norma, to whom he was married 57 years; son John (Carol), daughter Joy; grandchildren Tanya, Todd, Nathan, and great-grandson Kaemon. A private graveside service will be held on Wednesday, September 13th followed by a memorial mass at 1 1 a.m. to be held at Sacred Heart Church, 525 Campbell Ave., Vancouver. Rev. Robert Douglas, Celebrant. In lieu of flowers donations to the BC Diabetes Association or the Heart & Stroke Foundation would be appreciated. Special thanks to Dr. Christopher Ryan for his support. BELL CHAPEL 253-4554 . 054267 .- BROWN Muriel Elizabeth (nee Madden). Born July 1 9, 1 909, passed away peacefully September 8, 2000 at Maple Ridge, B.C. Survived by her devoted husband of 63 years, William (Bill) Brown; sister Florence Austin (Ken); children, Peter Brown (Brenda Lloyd), Ann Doyle Roszak (Ron Roszak), Rosemary Wallach (Alex), and Margaret Brown (Brad Barber); 8 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. She loved her family time, her participation in golf, bridge and swimming. She involved herself in the community through Lady Lions Hospital Auxiliary and in earlier years the Catholic Women's League. A long full life will be celebrated Friday, September 15, 2000 at 1 1 :00 at St. Luke's Catholic Church, 20285 Dewdney Trunk Road, Maple Ridge. Raception follows. CLIFTON Robert Thomas, bom Kenora, Ontario, April 18, 1951, passed away suddenly on September 8, 2000. Survived by life partner James Scollon, mother Jean Clifton of Lac Du Bonnet, Man., sisters Rosemary and Glenda, brothers Russell, Barry and Roy and many nieces and nephews. Robert was employed bv Justice Canada in Vancouver. Private family service in Manitoba. A Celebration of Robert s lite will be held at Kacmc point, 431 racmc St.. Vancouver, October 1st at 4 p.m. Robert was an active member of Mopars Unlimited. No flowers by request - donations to the Heart i-ounoation. 055017 COATES Lilian Grace, bom May 18. 1913 in West Norwood - Surrey, England. Passed away Saturday, September 8, a ouu in uena Hospital, aner a brave fight with cancer. Survived by her loving husband Georqe; daughter Marian: son-in-law Al and grandson David. Also, nephew John Rattenbury and wife Pam; grand-nephews and nieces Andrea (Barry), Chris (Penny) and their children, also June and Len, Christine (Norman), Mike, Carol and Susan, also Maureen in Minnesota. Lilian was employed at Edward Chapman's Men's store on West Pender Street in Vancouver for a number of years, which she enjoyed immensely. Her real passions in life were her home, family, and her garden, which she tended with loving care. She will be sadly missed by all who knew her. Funeral service will be held at Delta Funeral Home, 5329 Ladner Trunk Road, Ladner, B.C. at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, September 13, 2000, followed by refreshments. In lieu of flowers, one may wisn to donate to tignt cancer, uremation. DELTA FUNERAL HOME 946-6040 HARVEY Alfred MacDonald passed away peacefully at Cairnsmore Place, Duncan, BC on Saturday, September 9, 2000 with his family by his side. Bom in Victoria, BC on August 21, 1909. Predeceased by his wife Joyce McLeod (nee Carruthers) and his brother Don Harvey, formerly of Victoria. Lovingly remembered by his family; son Glenn (Cindy); daughter, Margaret (Renato) Cemulini; grandchildren, Daniel (Donna), Paul (Dawn), Jennifer, and Crystal; great granddaughter, Courtney Ann. Art, whose youth was spent in Victoria and at Shawnigan Lake, lived in Ocean Falls with his wife Joyce while raising their children. He then supervised the construction of the Gold River townsite. Later, Art enjoyed 20 years of retirement living near the Gorge before moving closer to his children in Duncan. Past President of the BC School Trustees Association and fifty years a Masters Mason, Alt was also an avid yachtsman and lifetime swimmer. A Celebration of Alfred's life will be held in the Sands Funeral Chapel, 187 Trunk Road, Duncan, BC on Tuesday, September 12, 2000 at 4:00 p.m. Cremation entrusted to Cedar Valley Memorial Gardens. Flowers gratefully declined. Memorial remembrances may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association. SANDS of DUNCAN "A Tradition of Trust" 746-5212 HAWORTH Frank Royle passed away peacefully at home with his tamily at nis sioe survtvea by his loving wife Fern, sons Kent, Richard (Cathy) and Bill (Linda), and two cherished grandchildren, William and Sarah. Private family service was held. In lieu of flowers donations in Frank's name can be made to Palliative Care Programme, Salt Spring Island. HAYWARDS FUNERAL SERVICE 537-1022 HOWARD Claire (Wiens, Chalmers), bom September 19, 1915 in Calgary, Alberta. Died peacefully in her family's arms on Sunday, September 1 0, 2000. Claire will be lovingly remembered by family and friends tor her cheerfulness, loving ways and those amusing cliches she always used. Predeceased by her son Gary; brothers Jack and Art Redgrave. She leaves to mourn her daughters, Jean (Frank), Augustine, Carol (Jean) Doroshenko, son Glenn (Cindy) Openshaw; daughter-in-law Theresa Chalmers; brother Dick (Betty) Redgrave; grandchildren Darcy (Tracey) Doroshenko, Candice (Shawn) Bunger, Miette (Tracy) Hunter, Chns Chalmers. Brad and David Openshaw; greatgrandchildren Tessa Bunger, Jarod Hunter, Nicole upensnaw. nieces and nepnews ana omer rwairwra Many thanks to the Hawthorne Care Centre, particularly Michelle and the staff on the 2nd floor tor their extraordinary care. Please in keu of flowers, donations Id tha ALrhmmor's Society. Heart and Stroke Foundation or Diabetes Society requested. A memorial service wM be held at Burquitlam Funeral Chapel. 625 North Road, Coqurt am, 936-9987, on Wednesday, September 13. at 4:00 p.m. in m TRCUTES The Vancouver Sun and The Province have produced a foiefcr to ssia yo la remembering those who have passed from this world. This folder wiH help you create l cherished memories of your departed loved , ones. In the folder you will find verses I appropriate for your needs. B has been . printed with a desire to serve you on ' ' occasions that warrant the use of these ' verses. We wiD be pleased to send a folder directly to your friends and relatives. For Personal Service Call CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING i 605-2255 OT 605-2254 MONDAY TO FRIDAY The Canadian Cancer Society British Columbia and Yukon Division appreciates your generous support. Please send name of deceased, nameaddress of next of kin and nameaddress of donor for tax receipt (VISAMC accepted) to: CANADIAN I SOafTt 565 West 1 0th Ave. cancer I canadcnne Vancouver, BC SOCIETY I DUCANCER V5Z4J4 Telephone: 877-1100 or 1-800-663-2524 We're There and We Care BC Lions Foundation for Children with Disabilities Supporting the BC Lions Society for Children with Disabilities and Easter Seal programs in British Columbia. Donation made in honour or in memory will be acknowledged with cards to the next of kin and tax receipts to donors (Visa accepted). Please include relevant names and addresses. THANK-YOU FOR "GIVING CHILDREN ABILITIES" 300-1 77 West 7th Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5Y 1 K5 Telephone (604) 873-1865 -Toll Free: 1-800-818-4483 Fax (604) 873-0166 Email: infolionssocietybc.bc.ca Memoriam Gifts fund vital heart and stroke research and health promotion programs Please print the name of the deceased or person honoured; the nameaddress of the next of kin for card; and your name address for tax receipt (Visa and MC accepted). HEAKT AND STROKE FOUNDATION Of BX. a. YUKON Please mail your donation to: i Heart and Stroke Foundation of B.C. & Yukon ' -1212 West Broadway, Vancouver, B.C. V6H3V2I Telephone: (604) 736-4404 or (604) 1-888-473-4636 Funeral Directors & Services COLUMBIA BOWELL CHAPEL 219-6th St. New Westminster 521-4881 (24 hours) KEARNEY FUNERAL HOME (1 908) 1 096 W. 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