Obituaries

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FINN, Ger­ard Stephen “Steve”: It is with shocked and heavy hearts we an­nounce that on Au­gust 10, 2014 our beloved Steve passed away sud­denly sur­rounded by his fam­ily at the age of 54 years in Ed­mon­ton, Al­berta. He will be for­ever missed and loved by his fam­ily; wife, Judy; par­ents, Bride and Em­mett; step-chil­dren, Mitchell (Court­ney) and Jil­lian; six sib­lings, Sean (Mitch), Joan, Bren, Sharon (Rob) Dekker, Ellen and Michele; nieces and neph­ews, Chelsea, Kae­gan, Shane, Mark, Luke, Jenny, Michael and Josh; as well as nu­mer­ous ex­tended fam­ily and friends.In keep­ing with Steve’s wishes, cre­ma­tion has taken place in Ed­mon­ton, AB. A Memo­rial Cel­e­brat­ing Steve’s life was held in Car­bon­ear, NL. Another Cel­e­bra­tion of Steve’s Life will take place in Ed­mon­ton, AB at a later date. Steve al­ways made a con­sci­en­tious ef­fort to help, in his words, “those who are less for­tu­nate than our­selves”. In his mem­ory, please make a do­na­tion or pro­vide an act of kind­ness to those in need. To send con­do­lences, please visit: www.con­nelly-mckin­ley.com or to www.slades­fu­ner­al­home.ca.

Photo by Melissa Jenk­ins/The Com­pass

It was a day of fun and ac­tiv­i­ties for Tyson (left) and Ty­lor Butt dur­ing Car­bon­ear Day fes­tiv­i­ties Mon­day, Aug. 4. The boys went to all the booths, in­clud­ing the face­paint­ing sta­tion and bal­loon twis­ter. Both boys de­cided to be­come pup­pies for the af­ter­noon, be­cause, Ty­lor said, they like dogs. Ty­lor de­cided to get a bal­loon gun made, while Tyson went for a sword. The boys fin­ished off their day with some snow cones. They had a great day.

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