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BRITISH COLUMBIA - Vancouver - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 63

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Date: Tuesday, 26 July 2016, at 8:36 a.m.

(09/09/2004)
MACDONALD, Ross. November 26, 1913 - September 3, 2004. Dad passed away peacefully at Royal Columbian Hospital surrounded by his beloved family. His memory will be cherished by his wife of 64 years, Margaret; his five children, Bonnie, Merelyn, Anne (Gene), Cathy and Ross; thirteen grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; two sisters, and many nieces and nephews. Dad was a lifelong resident of Burnaby who enjoyed daily walks until just two days before he died. He was a wonderful man whose generous spirit and great sense of humour enriched the lives of all who knew him. Dad will be fondly remembered and deeply missed by his family, his many friends and his good neighbours. A Memorial Service will be held at Gordon Presbyterian Church, 7457 Edmonds, Burnaby, on Saturday, September 18, 2004 at 1:30 p.m. No flowers by request. Then steal away, Give little warning. Say not good night, But in some higher clime Bid me good morning.

(09/11/2004)
MacGregor, With great sorrow, we announce that on September 04, 2004, Francis (Frank) David MacGregor passed away peacefully at Peach Arch Hospital. He is survived by Vivian, his wife of over sixty years, and his three children and their spouses - Gary and Linda, Chris and Liz, and May Jean and Kevin. Frank was born on May 20, 1920, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. It was there that he met and married the first and only love of his life, Eva Vivian Akins. Frank enlisted into the Canadian Army Pay Corp at the age of nineteen where he rose to the rank of Captain. During his twenty-five year tour of service, he travelled extensively throughout Canada and Europe. After retiring from the service, Frank went on to work for the real estate firm of Akins and Wallace. Upon completion of night school, he received his certification from the Appraisal Institute of Canada and began work as an appraiser for the Province of Manitoba. In 1979, he and Vivian moved to Tsawwassen where they could be closer to family. Frank was an avid gardener and was renowned for his beefsteak tomatoes. He loved to play golf and for many years belonged to the Breezy Bend Golf Club in Winnipeg and to the Beach Grove Golf Club in South Delta. Frank was the original Mr. Fixit. He spent countless hours helping his family and his many friends with their home projects. Frank shared in the enjoyment of watching his grandchildren grow up and marry - Andrea to Trevor and Steven to Cherise. He was a devoted great-grandfather to Roshod, Dominic, Cameron, Mackenzie, and Kayla. He thought himself a truly blessed man. His family held a sharing of loving memories on Tuesday, September 7, at Victory Memorial Park Cemetery in White Rock. In lieu of flowers, kindly make a donation to the charity of your choice.

(09/11/2004)
MACKENZIE, Emily passed away peacefully at her home in Langley on Saturday September 4, 2004. Emily was born Emily Margaret Cherry on October 10, 1911 in Ottawa, Ontario. She is survived by her daughter Francis, Langley, and sons, Edwin (Sharon), Vernon, Cameron (Luci), Langley, and Jim (Lynda), Kamloops and 8 grandchildren, Duncan, Erin, John, Sandy, Cameron, Lochie, Conor and Bren. She was predeceased by her husband, Duncan, her 4 brothers and 3 sisters. Emily and Duncan moved to BC in 1950. They settled on a dairy farm in Glen Valley, just east of Fort Langley. Duncan initially farmed and then taught at UBC while Emily focused her attention on raising the four children. In 1976, several years after Duncan had passed away, Emily moved into Langley City. Emily enjoyed traveling, painting, knitting, needlework and sports. Her real love and joy were her Grandchildren. Granny as they called her, always enjoyed the opportunity to go and watch any sport they participated in and to hear about their activities. Emily loved sports and keenly followed tennis, hockey and golf. Each summer, she enjoyed spending several weeks in Parksville. Although, Emily loved the beauty of BC's oceans and mountains, she always liked to reminisce about her formative years in Ontario where some things like the Fall colors and cold crisp Winter days were just a bit better than what B.C. had to offer. Emily will be lovingly missed. At Emily's request, there will be no service, but a family gathering will be held to celebrate her life. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Emily's memory to the CNIB Talking Books Program, c/o 5055 Joyce St, Vancouver, BC, V5R 6B2.

(09/11/2004)
MALONEY, Myra Lillian (nee Raynard) April 6, 1920 - September 3, 2004. Loving and feisty friend to all, passed away suddenly at the age of 84. Dearly missed by her family: Barbara Maloney (Roberto Vazquez), Marjorie Ashdown (John), Mickey Godidek (Holger), Marylou Roberts (Charlie); grandchildren, Alex, (Gail), Amber, Deborah, Deidre, and Evan; great-grandchildren, Larissa and Tyler, her canine companion - her little girl "Titch" who was always by her side, and many dear friends and relatives. Predeceased by the father of Myra's four daughters, Bill Maloney. Myra was born in Port Arthur, Ontario, and came to Burnaby after the war. Myra spent many years in the education system and was able to combine her career and love of travel - living in Africa, Prince George and Burnaby. Myra received provincial recognition for her extensive volunteer work in the New West area, including St Mary's and Queen's Park Hospital and as President of Century House where she founded the hikers club. Although the book she was writing will never be printed, as her last chapter has sadly ended, her infamous adventures and her legendary stories will forever live on. Her family and her many friends will feel the impact of how she lived her life, and what she has taught each of us, to be cherished forever. A special thank you to the Cardiac Unit at RCH. A Celebration of Myra's life to be held Sunday October 3, 2004. Please call 604-521-8567 for details. Donations to the charity of your choice, in Myra's memory, would be appreciated by the family.

(09/11/2004)
MARTIN, Isabel Ruth (nee Nygaard) passed away at Delta Hospital September 6, 2004. Our beloved sister, aunt and dear friend to many. Predeceased by husband Bill, sister Bernice, brothers Don, Bobby and Walter. Survived by brother Francis, sisters Dorothy, Eileen, Betty, nieces and nephews. Her smile and laughter will be missed. No funeral by her request. Arrangements through BC Memorial Society. For family and friends celebration of her life will be held at a later date. Special thanks to medical staff at Delta Hospital.

(09/11/2004)
McLEOD, Elspeth "Elsie" (nee Zschiedrich) December 16, 1915 - September 1, 2004 It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Elsie at the age of 88. Her final days were spent at home while courageously battling cancer. She is predeceased by her son Leonard Charles in 1967 and her husband Jack McLeod in 1997. She will be greatly missed by her son Larry; grandchildren, Janice (Don), Tracy (Mark) and David, and 5 great-grandchildren, Krysten, Samanthia, Taryn, Mathew and Mitchell. Thank you to all of the Peace Arch Hospital Palliative Home Care Staff for their wonderful assistance. A very special thanks to Vivian Tesar for her loyalty and dedication in helping Elsie's son Larry take care of Elsie in the final stages of her illness. Elsie will be laid to rest in Vernon, close to her son Leonard. A memorial to celebrate her life will follow at a later date.

HARRISON, It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of our mother, grandmother and friend, Ruth Julia Geraldine Harrison on September 12, 2004. Ruth was one of four children born to Ethel and Alex Johnstone on June 7, 1916. On May 29, 1942, Ruth married the love of her life, Richard Sydney Harrison and together they had one child Alexander Richard Harrison. Ruth and Richard had a wonderful life and were able to travel the world. After his passing, she continued her love of travel to interesting places with her friends and family. Ruth leaves to mourn her son Alex; daughter in law Patti; grandchildren Bevin, Erin, Carson and Brogan. Ruth was a collector of diverse and heartfelt friendships; she loved parks, picnics, and had a passion of flowers. She spent endless hours playing bridge and golfing with her friends, was always available for lunch or tea and spent many wonderful hours in the company of those with whom she shared a warm and caring relationship. Ruth will be forever remembered for her courage and dignity in the face of adversity and her genteel and elegant nature. We shall miss you forever, Ruth. A tribute of Ruth's life will be held at the home of her son, Alex Harrison at 1496 Matthews Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. on Sunday, September 19th at 2:00pm. All those who loved her and befriended her are invited to attend. Donations to the B.C. Cancer Foundation would be welcomed in lieu of flowers.

(09/14/2004)
HARTEVELD, Grace. With great sadness but with joyful gratitude for the gift of her life Grace's family announces her passing peacefully on September 8, 2004 at Burnaby Hospital. She is survived by her children, Harry (Barbara), Helena (Herb), Beverley (Patrick), Peter (Christine), Greg (Marilyn). Beloved Grandma to Christopher, Liam, Mackenzie, Megan, Michael, Brittany, Sarah, Cameron and Chelsea. Grace is also survived by numerous siblings and many nieces and nephews. Born Geesje Kaptein in Brussels, Belgium on 2nd December 1932. She studied nursing, married Phillip Harteveld August 26, 1953 and immigrated to Canada. Settled first in Thompson, MB, then in Selkirk, later moved to BC where they raised their five children in Coquitlam. Predeceased by Phillip 13 November 1995. Grace has embraced an active life. She studied hairdressing and Canadian studies. Grace loved the adventure of travelling, enjoyed lawn bowling and volunteering at Willingdon Seniors Centre. A memorial service will be held on Friday, September 17th at 3:00 pm at First Memorial Funeral Services, 602 Kingsway, Vancouver. If friends so desire donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. The Burnaby North Lawn Bowling Club will host a gathering of remembrance following the memorial service. Mom's soul has ascended to heaven. God's angels have taken her from us and embraced her with peace and love. We love you and will hold you in our hearts forever. You are our Amazing Grace.

(09/14/2004)
HEMMELGARN, Leonard of Coquitlam passed away peacefully September 11, 2004 at the age of 84 years. Predeceased by his wife Eva in 1991 and is lovingly remembered by his family: his son Barry (Marilyn); grandsons, Chris and Andrew; brothers and sisters; other relatives and friends. Memorial Service will be held on Wednesday, September 15 at 2:00 p.m. from the Arbor Chapel at Valley View, 14660 - 72nd Avenue, Surrey.

(09/14/2004)
JONES, Winifred Mary (nee Webb) passed away as peacefully and quietly as she had lived life, on September 10, 2004, at the age of 80. Survived and lovingly missed by dear brother Ernest (Dawn) of England; son Bryn (Lynn), daughter Elizabeth (Ole Frantzen), and grandchildren, Rhoslyn, Krista (Jason), Kari, Trevor, and Kristian. Predeceased by husband Ivor in 1979, and latterly, friend Alex McInnes. Memorial service and reception to follow at 1:30 pm Thurs. Sept. 16, 2004 at St. Anne's Anglican Church, 4071 Francis Rd., Richmond BC. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society or the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated.

(09/14/2004)
KALLBERG, Gordon Alan Al, born in Vancouver, BC on October 13, 1946, passed away suddenly at his home in Burnaby on September 6, 2004. Al was predeceased by his beloved wife Phil and is survived by his stepdaughter Jackie Hagel; sister Florence Hoffman; brother Ken Kallberg; his aunt Marta Kallberg (of Solleftea, Sweden); his lifelong friend Bob Smith of Victoria, BC, and his many nieces, nephews and friends. Al was recently retired and worked most of his career as a chartered accountant and senior manager at BC Tel, Telus Mobility and Telus. Al will be remembered fondly for his high level of energy, professionalism and commitment during his career with Telus. Al was passionate about the game of golf and will be sorely missed by many of his golfing buddies at the Semi/ah/moo Resort in Washington State. There will be a celebration of Al's life on Saturday, September 18th at 15:04, 5652 Patterson Ave, Burnaby from 12 - 2 pm for family and friends. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the charity of your choice in Al's memory.

(09/14/2004)
KRAWETZ, Max of Surrey, passed away September 11, 2004 peacefully, after a battle with lung cancer at the age of 62 years. Max is lovingly remembered by his family; his wife Eunice; 6 children; Donna, Brenda, Jim, Michael, Maxine and Tammy; 4 stepchildren; Sandy (John), Mary-Lou, Cynthia and Emmett; special grandson Jamie, as well as many other grandchildren and great grandchildren. He is also remembered by brother John (Val) and nephew Steve of Winnipeg. Max was predeceased by his daughter Michelle in 1976. Friends wishing to pay their respects may do so on Wednesday September 15 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Valley View Funeral Home 14660 72 Ave., Surrey. Funeral Service will be held on Thursday September 16 at 3:00 p.m. at the chapel of Valley View Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers donations in Max's memory may be made to the Cancer Society.

(09/14/2004)
LAUPMAN, Leili passed away at St. Paul's Hospital on September 7, 2004. Survived by her sisters of Estonia, cousins Clara, George and Andrew. Funeral service will be held on Wednesday, September 15, 2004 at 11 a.m. at the Estonia Lutheran Church, 6520 Oak Street, Vancouver. Interment will follow at the Forest Lawn Memorial Park. Personal Alternative Funeral Services 604-662-7700

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