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The Chilliwack Progress from Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada • Page 7

The Chilliwack Progress from Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada • Page 7

Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada
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THE CHILLIWACK PROGRESS, Wednesday, August 26, 1981 7A COUPON CLEANITIZING I PROFESSIONAL DRY CLEANERS COTTONWOOD MALL 858-788? SLEEPING Kibsey of Proctor, and Corena Luthi of Prince George; and one brother, Harry Geddes of Chilliwack. BENJAMIN JONAT Retired construction worker, Benjamin Jonat of 103-12 Nowell St. died Aug. 15 at Chilliwack General Hospital. Funeral service was held Aug.

21 in the chapel of Henderson's Funeral Home; Pastor E. S. Martin officiated. Burial was at Carman Cemetery. Pallbearers were Laurie Laughlin, Jack Berry, Frank Enns, Garfield Pohl, Tim Smith and Wayne Smith.

He was born Jan. 31, 1912 at Yorkton, Sask. He is survived by two sisters, Bertha Pohl of Chilliwack and Martha Gienow of Regina, and several nieces and nephews. He was born Oct. 2, 1958, in Prince George.

A student and hockey player, he played hockey with the Chilliwack Colts 1978-79 and for the Nelson Maple Leafs in 1979-80. He is survived by his parents, Neil and Verna Sutherland of Proctor, B.C.; four sisters, Barbara (Mrs. Robert) Joe of Sechelt, Pat (Mrs. Jim) Brown of Willow River, Linda (Mrs. Gary) Chilliwack (1978-79), died Aug.

6 at Sumas, Wash. Funeral service was held Aug. 22 in the chapel of Henderson's Funeral Home, Rev. Vince Gallis officiated. Burial was at Carman Cemetery.

Pallbearers were Tony Paul, Darren and Ivan Dixon, Robert Joel, Gary Kibsey and Lewis Cocker. OFF BAGS QUSTAV MARTIN FRITZKE Gustav Martin Fritzke of 9200 Charles Chilliwack, formerly of 10 Henderson died Aug. 20 at Chilliwack General Hospital. WITH THIS COUPON This oiler in elfect until August 30th gsvesvou more! Low priced, high-quality appliances! Saw s15 Heavy-duty full-size Kenmore clothes dryer I 2 Drum baffles II ensure thorough I drying action Reg. $349.98 a-This heavy-duty full-size model features the Timed Heat setting up to 100 min.

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White. 26R 080 010. Funeral service was held Aug. 25 at Evergreen Baptist Church, Chilliwack. Rev.

Arthur Schlak officiating. Burial took place at Valley View Cemetery in Surrey, and pallbearers were Hilbert Fritzke, Fred Hait, Paul Werk, Daryl Fritzke, John Nessell and Edward Werk. He was born Nov. 11, 1890 at Wohlyian, Russia, and had lived in the Chilliwack district since 1962. He is formerly of Vancouver and Yorkton, Sask.

He was a farmer and a member of Victoria, now Evergreen, Baptist Church in Chilliwack. He is survived by wife Martha; one daughter, Tracy I Mrs. Charles Eisner of Swan River, two sons, Rev. Oscar Fritzke of McClusky, N.D., and Herbert Fritzke of Yorkton, Sask nine grandchildren; and two sisters, Mrs. Martha Schmuland of Windsor, and Mrs.

Bertha Hait of Kelowna. He was predeceased by his first wife, Tofila in I960. LANCE ALLEN RANCIER I-ance Allen Rancier of 504 Yale Rd. died Aug. 16 at Sumas, Wash.

Funeral service was held Aug 22 in the chapel of Henderson's Funeral Home, Rev. Vince Gallis officiated. Burial was at Carman Cemetery. Pallbearers were Bill Ridgeway, Arnold Dunbar, Tony and Michael Hueskins, Gordon Johnstone and Dennis He was born June 12, 1959 in Chilliwack and lived his entire life in the area.

He was a sheetmetal worker, an avid sports fan and also played hockey. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Kathleen Rancier of Chilliwack; and two brothers, Robin I-orne and Jay Regan both of Chilliwack. He was predeceased by his father, Robin, in 1980. JOSEPH THOMAS ROBERTS Joseph Thomas Roberts of 45550 Hodgins died Aug.

14 at Chilliwack General Hospital. Funeral service was held Aug. 24 in the chapel of Henderson's Funeral Home; Rev. Henry Roderick officiated. Burial was at the Anglican Cemetery.

Pallbearers were Bud Thompson, Clarence I-arson, Kelly Lamb, Gordon Moreford. Bob Eraser and Johnny Maddams. He was born Jan. 24, 1904 at Indianapolis, and lived in the Chilliwack area since April 13, 1911. He was a butcher in retail meat stores in Chilliwack and a member of theBPO ElksI.odgeNo.48.

He is survived by his brother, Jim Roberts of Ab-botsford and was predeceased by one sister, Francis, in June of this year. PETER JACOB ESAU Mr. Esau is also survived by three stepsons, Peter Ens of Vancouver and Abe and Tom Ens of Codette, Sask. He was predeceased by his first wife, Anna, in 1976 and two infant sons. This information was not available for last week's obituaries in The Progress.

MICHAEL GABRIEL "MIKE" SUTHERLAND Michael Gabriel "Mike" Sutherland of Willow River, B.C., and formerly of 3 Convenient Timed Heat setting WANDA GORETZ Wanda Goretz of 222 Davies died Aug. 22 at Chilliwack General Hospital. Funeral service was held Aug. 26 in the German Pentecostal Church, Rev. Helmut Mascher, assisted by Rev.

August Kowalski, officiated. Burial was at Odd Fellows Cemetery. Henderson's Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Dan, Ron, Herb and Les Daase, Dieter Westfal and Bernie Mascher. Mrs.

Goretz was born June 24, 1903 at Rippin, Poland. Formerly of Germany, she lived in Chilliwack since 1954. She was a member of the German Pentecostal Church and a housewife. She is survived by two daughters, Margaret (Mrs. Daase, and Hertha Goretz both of Chilliwack; one son, Erwin H.

Goretz also of Chilliwack; seven grandchildren; two brothers, Albert and Heinrich Brandt both of West Germany; three sisters, A'bertina Mier of Brazil, Emma Westfal and Luzi Widmer both of West Germany. She was predeceased by her husband, Robert, in 1942 and brother, Edward, in 1943. JOHN FREDRICK TOLMIE John Fredrick Tolmie of 434 Young Rd. North, Chilliwack, died Aug. 8 in Chilliwack.

Funeral service was held Aug. 12 in the chapel of Henderson's Funeral Home, the Rev. J. T. Horricks officiating.

Burial took place at Odd Fellows Cemetery. Pallbearers were Bill Tolmie, Jim Tolmie, Joe Tolmie, Marvin Tolmie, Robert Engstrom and Bill Tolmie Jr. He was born Math 31, 1923 at Muirkirk, and was a logger. He is survived by his wife Joyce of Merntt; four daughters, Mrs Dorothy Topley of Chilliwack, Mrs Penny I-ane Tnxld of Prince George, Roxanne Tolmie of Chilliwack and Lisa Tolmie of Chilliwack; six sons, Aaron of Duncan, Uwiny of Merntt, Donnie of Merntt, Brian Painter of Duncan, Earl Painter of Vernon and Casey of Chilliwack; and 11 grandchildren. He is also survived by six sisters, Mrs.

Eileen Gardner of Roseburg, Dorothy Toop Stewart of I Vegas, Margaret Engstrom of Harrison Mills, Norma Bailey of Vedder Crossing, Doreen Smith of Chilliwack, and Ir-rainne Iiterman of Whistler five brothers, William of Sardis, Jamie of Sardis, Clarence of Vedder Crossing, Marvin of Cultus I-ake and Joe of Princeton; and he is also survived by I-tnora Huffman. He was predeceased by Ken Tolmie. WESLEY RAYMOND CARTMELL Wesley Raymond Cartrnell of 10205 Young Rd. Chilliwack, died Aug. 19 at Chilliwack General Hospital.

Funeral service was held Aug. 22 at the chapel of Henderson's Funeral Home, Salvation Army Capt. Ken Chapman and Col. William Ross officiated. Burial took place at Odd ellows Cemetery.

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