My first memory of Maureen was when I was a St John Ambulance Cadet & Crusader 9the 1960's) and one of our service/merit to participate in the community as a service provider. you guessed it. Bowling every Saturday - she taught me how to bowl or at least try to keep the balls out of the gutter - She was a kind, gentle young woman (older than me) and would on occasion suggest I would probably be a better scorekeeper! She was right - tho'ter went on to win a bowling banquet trophy and received a crown (from her)as Queen of the Gutterballs!You were a Pioneer & Leader, Maureen, one, if not the first person in Vancouver, perhaps the province, to attend & complete her education in a regular High School - leading the way for many others. I enjoyed knowing you over the years, Maureen, as a volunteer, a staff person, eventually and as a friend. Your are in good hands & back in the fold of your parents arms, Maureen. Regards to your earthly family and friends.