Vancouver Sun : 2020-04-11

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CLASSIFIED­S C16 SATURDAY, April 11, 2020 VANCOUVER SUN In Memoriams Charities Honour a lifetime, for eternity. Create a memorial fund vancouverf­oundation.ca/memorial Leave a legacy. Save a life. Your legacy gift is vital in supporting life-saving health care in BC. vghfoundat­ion.ca/legacy 604 875 4902 Upcoming Services WEBSTER, David Scott 1945 - 2020 David passed away after a long battle with cancer. He is survived by his sister Shudell (Tom - deceased); nephews Hamish (Cilla) (Andrew and David) and Hunter. TADDEI, Antonina 1940 - Mar. 29, 2020 Antonina passed peacefully after battling PSP. Predecease­d by loving parents, uncles, aunts, cousins. Lovingly survived by husband Benito, son Ben his wife Cathy and their daughter Giorgia (Antonina's special little granddaugh­ter). Also survived by sister Anna and family:vincenzo (brother-in-law) Vincent (nephew) Ampellia (niece) Colin (nephew-in-law) Sierra (grandniece) and Brandon (grandnephe­w). Also many in-laws, nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts and friends. Born in Poggio Picenze, Abruzzo, Italy. Life was hard during World War II, but the family did their best. She studied dressmakin­g and became an accomplish­ed seamstress & dress designer. Immigrated to Canada to join Benito and their extended family and built a good life. Settled in Richmond, BC. Benito, Antonina and Anna's family opened a hair salon (House of Ferrari Coiffures) that became the talk of the town. She spent her years caring for her customers and doing a lot of listening. Over the decades she made many good friends. In retirement Antonina loved to sew, knit, crochet, cook for friends & family. Also loved watching movies on TV with her dog Lupa and cat Smokey. Antonina was humble, quiet, hard working, resilient. She loved her family and always put them first. She loved being around her family, listening to the conversati­on. She will be greatly missed. Thanks to St. Vincent's Extended Care Home Staff. Special thanks to Joy, her wonderful caregiver. Closed, private memorial service, Catholic Mass April 15, 2020 at Ocean View. Memorials to Parkinson's Society BC (www.parkinson.bc.ca) in lieu of flowers. WOESTE, Audrey Gayle August 13, 1950 - March 26, 2020 It is with overwhelmi­ng sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Gayle Woeste. (née Logan) Gayle will be lovingly remembered by her sons Tyson (Laura) and Tyler (Emily) from her marriage to Peter Woeste and by her four grandchild­ren Cooper, Ella, Remy, and Miles. Gayle will be dearly missed by her sister Shirley Reid, her aunt Mary Anderson, and her cousins Robert Anderson, Eileen Youngberg, Georgina Metcalfe and Melva Remple. She will also be forever remembered by her numerous nieces and nephews, extended family and dear friends. Gayle was a wonderful, loving parent to her children, a beloved GG to her four grandchild­ren and a great friend to so many. She was always positive and incredibly outgoing - happiest enjoying time with her family and close friends. She was very active over the years with dragon boating, ballroom dancing, pilates, internatio­nal travel and, most recently, as an integral member of her hiking club. Gayle was born and raised in Calgary. She was married in 1974 and the family lived briefly in Red Deer before moving to Winnipeg in 1977. After returning in 1978, Calgary was home until her move to Vancouver in 1985 where she lived until her passing. While raising her young family, she had a successful and varied career that began as a bookkeeper for Revenue Canada and Plibrico, briefly as a dental assistant, and then, finding her true calling, as an administra­tor for West Vancouver Secondary School (1987-1997), the City of North Vancouver (20002005), and the North Vancouver City Library from 2005 until her retirement in 2016. Gayle's kind and positive spirit and infectious laugh will be forever remembered. In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to the SPCA, City of North Vancouver library or your local library in Gayle's name. A celebratio­n of Gayle's life will be held at a later date when quarantine and travel restrictio­ns permit us all to gather. To send condolence­s to the family and be notified once celebratio­n plans are made, please email gaylememor­ial@gmail.com. SINGH, Harkamal Preet Mar. 24, 1975 - Apr. 1, 2020 It is with great sadness that I inform you that Harkamal Preet Singh passed away on April 1, 2020. Preet passed away at the very young age of 45 years old. He passed away unexpected­ly at home. He leaves behind family and friends that loved him dearly. WILSON, Wendy Margaret May 11, 1966 - April 4, 2020 Wendy died peacefully at Laurel Place with her loving family at her side. Wendy loved to travel and would always be busy planning her next trip. She was an avid photograph­er bringing her camera everywhere to capture that perfect shot. She will be remembered by her love of friends, kindness, sense of humor, love of animals and her outstandin­g courage. Wendy was predecease­d by her Mom Joan Wilson in 2000. She leaves behind her Dad Malcolm Wilson, her two brothers Cliff and Bruce and her husband Max Hunt. May her courage be a blessing to each of us. All her family and friends will miss Wendy dearly. Donations in Wendy’s name can be made to the ALS Society of BC. SORBO, Iris Mae 1935 - Mar. 31, 2020 Iris passed away peacefully with her family on March 31, 2020, she was 85. She is survived by her four children, eight grandchild­ren, family and friends. Iris was born in Nelson BC. She had older brother, Stanley, and parents, Søren and Hanna, who were immigrants from Norway. Iris graduated St. Paul's Nursing School 1956, a Registered Nurse. The same year she married Arne. They built a house and raised their family in Burnaby. After her Nursing career, she worked in travel services and with hobbies making artwork, playing piano and helping others. She was fortunate with great friends: the nurses, the neighborho­od, the Norwegians and relatives from Karmøy. Her and Arne traveled to their cottage, Norway, cruise trips, and Nevada. In her 70's she developed Lewy Body Syndrome. We are grateful to her second family at Normanna Care Home for their ongoing kindness and compassion during this time. A Celebratio­n of Life will be announced. We will always miss your love and kindness. Ha det bra Iris. Elaine Brown April 10, 2005 In Loving Memory We are the same, but changed YOUNG, Harrison Stephens Mar. 23, 1924 - Mar. 23, 2020 Harrison Stephens Young passed away peacefully in Vancouver on March 23, 2020, his 96th birthday. He was born in 1924 in Edmonton, Alberta to Frederick Campbell Young and Caroline Jean Young (née Hopkins). He is survived by three sons and their wives; Michael (Valerie), David (Tracey), Jonathan (Ginette); grandchild­ren Bronwyn, Colin, Devon, Adelle, Evelyne, Marcus; and great grandchild Valentina. In loving memory of Alfred Wilkinson 1923 - 2015 Beautiful memories silently kept Of one that we loved And will never forget WALKER, William Oliver Apr. 8, 1942 - February 2020 We sadly announce that William (Bill) Oliver Walker passed away peacefully in his sleep in February, in South Surrey, B.C. He will forever be remembered and sadly missed by his daughters, Cindy Walker (Brad Odsen) of Edmonton and grandsons, Nathaniel and Abraham; Arlaine Mozell (Wil) of North Vancouver, BC and grandsons Andrew and Jonathan; his brother George Walker of St. Albert, AB as well as many nieces, nephews, friends and colleagues. Though Bill was a prairie boy and held great fondness for his family, friends and memories there he loved his life on the coast and seemed happiest when he was near the sea. A private service will be held to honour him when it is safe for loved ones to travel. Harrison grew up on the backyard rinks of Edmonton and enjoyed a successful career playing hockey in his early twenties. He played in Edmonton, Los Angeles and Kansas City, and won a championsh­ip with the UBC Hockey Team in 1949/1950. His love of hockey culminated in a gold medal for Canada in the 1950 World Championsh­ips, the same year he married his loving wife Wilma Lyle Watson. Ultimately Hass was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame. As much as he loved hockey we like to think Dad's biggest win was the decision to give it up and start a family in Vancouver. After graduating from UBC Harrison began his career at Vancouver Tech High School teaching PE and history and retired in 1983 as head of the counsellin­g department. He then enjoyed traveling and playing golf and tennis with Mom as members of the Jericho Tennis Club. They made many good friends and enjoyed a full life, married for almost 70 years. STOUCK (NEE QUICK), Mary-ann Sep. 10, 1941 - Apr. 4, 2020 With great sadness, we announce the passing of Mary-ann Stouck at her home in West Vancouver with her loving husband David, daughter Jordan (Scott), and son John at her side. She is also survived by her sister, Elinor, and granddaugh­ters Morgan and Teagan. Mary-ann completed a doctorate at the University of Toronto and taught Chaucer for 37 years at Simon Fraser University. Her edition of Medieval Saints became a standard text in the field and she is remembered fondly by her many students. Mary-ann was privileged to enjoy travel, film, and a wide circle of friends. But special was her love for animals and she requested memorial donations be sent to SAINTS, an animal rescue: https://www.canadahelp­s.org/en/dn/m/ 12462/donation In loving memory of Gunnar I. Dziny June 19, 1922 - April 12, 2019 If tears could build a stairway, and memories a lane, we would walk right up to heaven and bring you back again. Love always, Moni and Peanut WATSON, Claire Doreen July 21, 1937 - April 3, 2020 It is with heavy hearts that we share the passing of our beautiful mother, grandmothe­r, wife and beloved friend Doreen. Doreen passed away peacefully after her short stay in Peace Arch Hospital surrounded by the love of her family. Doreen was a legal secretary for 25 years prior to retirement but first and foremost, she was a dedicated mother and grandmothe­r. She treasured her children and embraced every moment with them. She especially loved her role as Nana. In recent years she was always on the go traveling, meeting with friends, painting, presiding over bingo at Kent Street, tending to her tidy garden, baking goodies while always keeping an immaculate house. She made friends everywhere she went. She will be remembered for her sense of humor, determinat­ion, intellect and love of family and friends. She was the loving and devoted mother of Rob (Odette), Melanie (Pasquale) and adored grandmothe­r of Emilia, Lucia and Joseph. Predecease­d by her husband (Mel) of 50 years, her sister (Marlene), her brother (Lawrence), mother (Mary) and father (Gus). Mom, your love was a gift to all of us and you will be greatly missed. In lieu of flowers, celebrate mom by staying safe, holding on to your family/friends and loving deeply. As a family of boys we have fond memories of playing with and being coached by Dad. We could always rely on him for some fun which is something all of us inherited and hopefully have passed on to our children. Hass was known to speak his mind, like it or not, but as he grew older it was all about his love of family and there was rarely an occasion where Dad could make it through a speech without tearing up. He departed this world to join Mom on his birthday. And we can see them dancing now. We would like to thank the staff and residents of St Vincent's, Honoria Conway Assisted Living for helping make the last years of Harrison's life meaningful. In lieu of flowers please send donations to the St Paul's Hospital Foundation. William Ernest Insall In loving memory of July 9, 1929 - April 12, 2016 Those we love don’t go away. They walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard but always near. Still loved, still missed and very dear. Death leaves a heartache no one can heal but love leaves a memory that no one can steal. Forever missed and forever loved, Your loving Wife Bet, and family. The Celebratio­n of Life for DAVE WHITTOME on April 25, 2020, will be postponed due to the Covid-19 crisis. No future date available at this time. TRENCHARD, Esther (Mrs T. nee Zapotichny) May 30, 1927 - Feb. 2, 2020 We remember a Life Today, all that earned Esther the love, the admiration, the respect of family and friends, feeling grateful for our time with her, enriched for having known her, feeling blessed to have her remarkable spirit here among us Forever. Born May 30,1927 Saskatchew­an , Esther passed away peacefully at home , on February 2, 2020 in her 93rd Year. Esther is survived by Sister Lorna Weisner, 3 Nieces, 11 Nephews, 35 Great Nieces and Nephews, 18 Great Great nieces and Nephews. WILL MEET AGAIN LOVE YOU in Regina Sue H.C. Perri April 4, 1945-April 10, 2019 They say time helps the hurt of losing one so suddenly and loved as you, so I will need a lot of time, probably till we meet again. Loved and missed by family and many friends. Love always Walt, Jeff, Eunice, Greg, Kandace, 9 grandchild­ren and 3 great-grandchild­ren.

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