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BRITISH COLUMBIA - Kamloops - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 55

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Hazel Mabel Harriet Roos
August 24, 1927 - March 20, 2008

Hazel Mabel Harriet Roos of Kamloops passed away on Thursday, March 20, 2008 at the age of 80 years. She is survived by her loving husband Eric of 51 years, sons

Ed (Sandra) of Osoyoos, Allan, and Dave ( Brenda) both of Kamloops, grandchildren Kyle, Aaron, Eric, Emily and Sarah; sisters Elsie Dowkes, Gloria (Ernie) Winstanley; and brother Joe Dowkes.

Predeceased by her sister Joy Hauser and grandson Adam Roos.

Hazel was born in Nelson BC on August 24, 1927. She grew up in Trail, Robson and Castlegar. Hazel met Eric in Trail in 1953 and they were married in 1956. They raised their family in Castlegar. Later they moved to Fort Nelson, then Houston, before retiring in Kamloops. She was a big supporter of her kids and was very active in her church.

The family would like to offer a special thank you to the excellent staff at Overlander Extended Care for their wonderful care of Hazel.

A Celebration of Hazel’s life will be held at 2:00 pm on Tuesday, March 25 in the Summit Drive Baptist Church, 1975 Summit Drive, with Pastor Harry Bicknell officiating.

If friends wish, donations in Hazel’s memory to the Canadian Cancer Society would be greatly appreciated by the family.

Alice Mary Davies
July 11th, 1911 – November 24th, 2011

It is with sad hearts we announce that Mary Davies fell asleep in death at Gillis House, Merritt, BC on November 24th, 2011 at the age of 100.

Mary is survived by her three sons and their wives – Geoff (Donna), Ian (Trudy), Calvin (Glenda); Grandchildren - Michael (Janinie), Stephanie, Petrina (Jay) Sheryl (Roy), Dean (Kory), Mark (Crystal), Julie (Ken), Tammy (Chris), Theresa (Sandy), Angela (Brent); Great Granchildren - Jacey-Lynn, Jesse-Michael, Caleb, Kyle, Shane, Shanae, Celine, Tristan, Sereena, Kayla, Alex, Dylan, Drew, Carter, Tera, Ashton, Tyler, Brianna, Amanda, Brittany and Hayley.

Mary was predeceased by her husband Clement Davies.

Mary was a wonderful woman, who for 49 years cared for and nursed a sick husband, despite enduring the agony of arthritis herself. She also raised, cared for and loved her three sons. Her grandchildren have many fond memories of candies and cookies that were baked with butter. She is fondly remembered as a kind and gentle would who would always do good for anybody she met. She had fond memories of her grandmother and aunts who raised her, which she often shared with her family.

In her later years, she took up a skill that she learned in school, that of making raffia baskets. Also, at the age of eighty, Mary learned to crochet, which she enjoyed doing until her eyes failed her. In her younger years, she loved to play golf with her husband and go camping and fishing with her family.

“Mom, we will miss you, but we are looking forward to seeing you wake up and riding your bike as a young, healthy woman in paradise.”

A Memorial Service will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 30th, 2011 at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, 1505 Sunset Street, Merritt, BC.

Cremation arrangements entrusted to Kamloops Funeral Home

Amy Jean Cook
December 16, 1942 - December 27, 2011

Amy Jean Cook of Kamloops passed away on November 27, 2011 at 68 years of age. She is survived by her loving husband William Cook, children Kim Blight of Port Moody, Kevin (Candace) Cook of Chilliwack, grandchildren Kayla and Ryan Blight and Colby and Chris Cook. Amy was predeceased by her father and mother Fred and Mary Dean. She was born on December 16, 1942 in Red Lake, Ontario and grew up in Dryden, Ontario. After attending business school in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Amy and William married in 1964 in Dryden. The newly weds arrived in Kamloops in 1967 where they raised their family. Amy worked for Sunden Management, Weyerhaeuser and most recently the Welcome Wagon. She made many good friends over the years and cherished their company. Amy enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, vacations, as well as visits to the casino. Her sunny personality always remained with her during her battle with cancer. The family wishes to thank all the wonderful staff at the Royal Inland Hospital and the Kamloops Hospice Association.

A Celebration of Amy’s Life will be held at 3:00 p.m. Saturday, December 3, 2011 in the Kamloops Funeral Home Chapel, 285 Fortune Drive.

In lieu of flowers donations maybe made to the Marjorie Willoughby Snowden Hospice Memorial Home in memory of Amy, 72-Whiteshield Cr. South V2E 2S9.

Arrangements entrusted to Kamloops Funeral Home

Walter Segal
December 3, 1919 - December 12, 2011

Walter Segal of Kamloops passed away on December 12, 2011 at 92 years of age. He is survived by his loving wife Elma, children Barbra of Vernon, Janice (Dave) Trevit of Chase, Doug (Diane) of Kamloops and Brian (Suzzanne) of New West Minister, grandchildren; Trevor, Jim, Darla, Trina, Jesica, Brayden and Joshua, great grandchildren; Shayleen, Stone, India, Devry, Jessa, Kierin and Bailey and sister Elizabeth (Gordon) Ostler.

He was predeceased by his father John, mother Mary, brothers Joe and Louie.

Walter was born on December 3, 1919 in Winnipeg, Manitoba where he was also married in 1946. Walter started his CNR career in Edson, Alberta in 1946-1963 as a fireman on the 2141 Steam Locomotive on the Coal Branch Alberta. Walter then graduated to engineer in Edson, Alberta. He moved to Kamloops in 1963 where he worked the CNR yard up until retirement at age 62 in 1981. Walter enjoyed swimming, fishing, cooking his soups, riding his mountain bike and caring for his very large property. He never had an illness, only an ulcer up until his time of passing. For this he was happy and grateful. In his own words- “Thank you everyone .”

Arrangements entrusted to Kamloops Funeral Home

William John Inglis
April 11, 1971 - December 11, 2011

“If you see me getting smaller, I’m leaving, don’t be grieving, just gotta get away from here, If you see me getting smaller, don’t worry, I’m in no hurry, I’ve got the right to disappear.”……… Waylon Jennings.

Bill leaves his dad Bill, sister Kelly, nieces Jade, Shae Lyn and Dakoda and nephew Jack to miss his humor and easy presence every day. He is also survived by his aunts, uncles and cousins who he knew all loved and supported him. Bill had friends from childhood who were more like brothers to him, and family to us, Gord and Geoff we can’t thank you enough. Bill always made friends easily with his humor and authentic way, even at work, Paul, Chris and Homer; we felt we knew you because Bill always spoke of you with a smile. We know Bill is now at peace with our mom Jackie who passed away in 2006. Bill and our dad were the best of pals; Bill always called him Wilbur and made us all laugh. I can’t express how much Dad treasured and cared for Bill from his first day until his last, despite the unbearable pain of losing such a loved child. Thank you to Dr. Newmarch and to all of the nurses who cared for Bill. In lieu of flowers a kind act paid forward to someone in need would be Bill’s wish, or even better in his opinion would be to take yourself to a Rolling Stones concert and think of him when they play Ruby Tuesday. Rest Easy Our Billy Boy.

Arrangements entrusted to Kamloops Funeral Home

BETTY O’FEE (nee Lovell)
August 12, 1926 - January 21, 2012

Our mother, Betty O’Fee (nee Lovell) of Kamloops passed away on January 21, 2012 after 85 years of a life well lived.

Mom is survived by her sisters in law Claire Steward and Anna Mayhew, seven children Mary (Doug), Sheila (Mike), Dan (Renee), Liam, K.C., John (Daniela) and Patti (Rolf), sixteen grandchildren and five great grandchildren as well as numerous nieces, nephews and a family of friends.

She was predeceased by our Dad, Liam O’Fee and was a special sister in law to his siblings Kathleen, Bridie, Mary, and John as well as their spouses. She also survived her two sisters Vivian and Kay, her son-in-laws Fred and Bob and her great-granddaughter Reagan.

Mom was born in Vancouver and entered the workforce as an aircraft riveter during the Second World War. From there she pursued a career in Nursing, graduating from the St. Paul’s Hospital School in 1948. She moved to Williams Lake to take her first hospital position and was introduced to Dad by his sister Claire who was Betty’s co-worker. They married in 1950 and started raising a family together first in Williams Lake and then at a radar base at Puntzi Mountain.

In 1958 Dad had an opportunity to transfer to the new Mount Lolo radar base so the growing family moved to Kamloops. Mom and Dad never left.

Our mother was a woman of humility backed by a strong faith, a quick wit and a kind heart. She rarely had a cross word for anyone and felt a deep commitment to help those less fortunate. No matter who you were, she was a person genuinely interested in you and the things that mattered to you. She could strike up a conversation with anyone and always made you feel that you were very special to her.

We always marvelled at her level of charity despite her modest income. From supporting foster children overseas to worthy local causes, dozens of organizations could count on Betty for support. Our mom was our touchstone for the things that are really important in life; Family, friends and an understanding that you are on this earth for a higher purpose. We all knew in our hearts that we could stand to be a bit more like Betty O’Fee. We miss her dearly but take comfort in the fact that her suffering was brief and that she is back together with her one true love.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church on Friday, January 27th at 11:00 am, with Funeral Prayers the evening prior at 7:00 pm. Reverend Father Peter Hoan Nguyen, Celebrant.

Special thanks to the doctors and nursing staff taking care of Mom in her last few days. She was very grateful for the attention and compassion you gave her. In lieu of flowers please make a donation in Betty’s memory to the Royal Inland Hospital Foundation, the charity of your choice or just take the time to commit a random act of kindness. Mom would like that.

Ruth Tanaka
September 5, 1923 - January 20, 2012

It is with great sadness that we announce that Ruth Tanaka passed away peacefully, with her nephew Ronald Sugiyama, Lynn and The Very Reverend Louise Peters at her side on Friday, January 20, 2012 at the age of 88.

Ruth was born September 5, 1923 at Stave Falls, BC.

The Memorial Service will take place at a later date. If friends so desire, memorial donations in Ruth’s name may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 111-450 Lansdowne St., Kamloops BC V2C 1Y3

Rändi Haukeness
January 17, 1952 - January 24, 2012

Rändi Haukeness passed away peacefully at the age of 60 surrounded by her loving family.

Rändi was born on January 17th 1952 in Estevan, Saskatchewan, the daughter of Elvin and Ethel Haukeness, and eldest daughter of six children. She was raised on her family farm until she completed high school at LCBI in Outlook, Saskatchewan. Rändi later completed her studies for Dental Hygiene at the University of Manitoba. In 1988, her never ending sense of adventure brought her and her three children to Kamloops where she started her career.

Rändi had an appreciation and a love of nature as most of her time was spent outdoors whether it was the prairies, the mountains or the ocean. She loved spending time kayaking, cycling, and hiking. She will be remembered by her family and friends for her adventurous spirit, her infectious smile and her warm and grateful heart.

Rändi is survived by her daughter Tonia and two sons, Shawn (Ronnie) and Ryan (Danae) and four grandchildren Brayden, Symmone, Taron and Winnie. She will be missed by her father, brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, and numerous friends.

A Celebration of Life will be held at 2:30 pm on Saturday, January 28th, 2012 at Hills of Peace Lutheran Church. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Marjorie Willoughby Snowden Memorial Hospice or Canadian Cancer Society.

Gary Van Dyke
August 4, 1955 - February 5, 2012

Tearfully we regret to announce that Gary Van Dyke passed away surrounded by the love of his family on February 5, 2012 at the age of 56 years.

Gary is survived by his loving wife of 36 years Leslie, his daughter Stefanie (Rob) Howell, son Scott (Erica); cherished grandchildren Brianna and Nathan whom adored their Papa. Gary’s dear parents Tom and Helen are also left to mourn his passing, along with his brothers and one sister; Terry (Sheila), Mickey (Kate) and Barbie (Ron).

Gary was very proud of his flooring company and very grateful for his many friends that he made thru the Street Rod Association and the Vintage Car Club.

“We’ll See You Later”

The family wishes to express their extreme gratitude to all the staff of the ICU department at Royal Inland Hospital.

Gary fulfilled his dream of restoring many trophy winning collector cars.

There will be no service by request of the family. If one so desires to make a donation in Gary’s memory please do so to the Royal Inland Hospital Foundation 311 Columbia Street Kamloops, BC V2C 2T1 phone: 250-314-2325 email: rihf@interiorhealth.ca or the BC SPCA Kamloops Branch 1211,8th Street Kamloops BC V2B2Y3.

Arrangements entrusted to Kamloops Funeral Home

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