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BRITISH COLUMBIA - 100 Mile House - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 25

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ATKINS, Robert Monday, 03 Jan 2005
Jan. 1915 - Jan. 3, 2005
Past president of Forest Grove Legion and member of the 100 Mile Elks.
Predeceased by daughters June Rolson and Mary Wilkinson.
Survived by son Robert and daughter Laurie Amero.

THRELKELD, Eunice Pamela Monday, 27 Dec 2004
March 26, 1933 - Dec. 27, 2004
Born in Birmingham, England, Eunice moved to Canada in 1959.
Later married Dick and enjoyed a ranch life together.
Upon retiring from Tranquille they moved to the 108 to enjoy their retirement of over 24 years together with family and friends.
Eunice was predeceased by Dick earlier this year and leaves Peter (Linda), Diane (Darryl), Tracey, Ernie, Shirley and grandchildren.
A celebration of Eunice’s life is to take place in her beloved home at the 108 Ranch on Sat., Jan. 8 at 2:00 p.m. Eunice is forever in our hearts, back with Dick.
Happy Trails.

FINDLAY, Stanley Alfred Wednesday, 29 Dec 2004
1920 - 2004
With sadness, we announce the passing of Stan Findlay on Dec. 29, 2004 at Retirement Concepts Seniors Village in Williams Lake, B.C.
Stan was predeceased by wife, Patricia, and grandson Jerimiah and survived by their children Jim (Karen), Bruce (Loretta), Ric (Dorothy), and Judy (Real).
He is also survived by his wife of 33 years, Dorothy and family Dori (Don) Dickerson, Darlene (Kerry) D’Angelis, Debbie Graham and Ernie Graham.
He will be missed by his 16 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.
A gathering will be held Jan. 8, 2005, upstairs at the curling rink in 100 Mile House, B.C. from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, donations to the Alzheimer Society would be gratefully appreciated.

LEBOURDAIS, Jeremie Louis Quesnel Sunday, 26 Dec 2004
May 8th, 1925- December 26th, 2004
Jeremie (Jerry) was born in Quesnel B.C. to Louis and Katherine (K.T.) LeBourdais and died in 100 Mile House B.C.
Jerry was predeceased by his mother and father, first wife Eva and infant son Tommy, brothers Eddie and Jim, son Louis and nephew Eugene (Duke) LeBourdais.
He is survived by wife Nancy of Horsefly and children Linda (George) Bentley of Williams Lake, Ray (Maureen) LeBourdais of Horsefly, Lorraine LeBourdais (Rob Diether) of 100 Mile House and daughter-in-law Elaine Pawlik of Horsefly.
Jerry is also survived by nieces and nephews Laurie Lawlor of Quesnel, Wendy LeBourdais of Quesnel, Pat LeBourdais of Victoria, Jim LeBourdais of Invermere and Vye Graff, Mary Hewitt, Norah LeBourdais and Joe LeBourdais all of Kamloops.
Jerry had 12 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren.
Jerry was raised in Quesnel where his parents operated the telegraph office.
His father Louis served two terms as a very popular MLA for the Cariboo.
Jerry served in the Navy near the end of WW2 then homesteaded with his brother Jim at Babine Lake.
Jerry later worked in the bush near Quesnel where he and his logging partner introduced the IWA into the area.
Jerry moved to North Vancouver becoming a well known labour activist in the 1950’s and 1960’s and leading a strike at the Shellburn oil refinery where he worked for 25 years.
Jerry travelled to Cuba shortly after the revolution there and to China as a union delegate.
In 1971 Jerry returned to the Cariboo with family and young friends to found a rural, organic agricultural commune, first at Quesnel Lake and then at Miocene.
A bond was established with the native street people living in Williams Lake.
Jerry and the commune publicized the plight of the “Troopers” to whom no other services or support were offered.
The commune lived in such places as the Sugarcane Reserve, Toosey Reserve, Riske Creek and Williams Lake.
Eventually the commune moved to the 100 Mile House area and is now known as CEEDS.
Jerry will especially be missed by CEEDS members Greg, Chiharu, Ernie, Rod, Karen, Rob, Lorraine and his grandchildren Robin and Kelly.
Jerry was guided by strong principles and convictions which he strove always to put into practice.
We shared many adventures with Jerry.
Diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, Jerry spent his last years receiving wonderful care at Millsite Lodge in 100 Mile House – a publicly operated facility.
A memorial gathering for Jerry was held January 3rd at the community hall in Lone Butte, B.C.

MOORE, James William Thursday, 23 Dec 2004
Jim Moore passed away peacefully at Fischer Place surrounded by his family and friends on Dec. 23, 2004.
A celebration of Jim’s life and light will be held on Thurs., Dec. 30, 2004 at 2 p.m. at Martin Exeter Hall.
In lieu of flowers, donations may by made to Fischer Place in Jim’s memory.
100 Mile Funeral Service in charge of arrangements. 395-3243

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