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Berry, Audrey Melvena  
On December 10, 2014 Audrey passed away in her sleep at the age of 66 survived by her loving husband and best friend Terry, son Richard, grandchildren; Reese and Tia, brother Russ & Marilyn Jefferson, sister Lorraine & Don Evans and all their children Audrey love to be in the RV hunting, fishing or just traveling. Cremation has taken place no service by Audrey's request.
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Published in Alberni Valley Times from Dec. 16, 2014 to Jan. 14, 2015
Bertrand, Wendy L.  
May the winds of heaven blow softly and whisper in your ear How much we love and miss you and wish that you were here. Words alone cannot even begin to express just how much you are loved and missed. Missing you forever, Dad, Leon, Racheal, Mellissa, Tony, Brodie, Jessica, and Joshua
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Published in Campbell River Courier Islander from Dec. 17 to Dec. 23, 2014
Bigmore, Alfred (In Memoriam)  
In Loving Memory Of our father Alfred Bigmore September 21, 1928 ~ December 23, 2011 Dad it was a hard day when we lost you, Even harder is learning to live without you. Forever loved and never forgotten, Arlene, Ernie, Elaine, Leroy, Cheryl,Gary and Doug.
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Published in Alberni Valley Times from Dec. 18 to Dec. 24, 2014
BINNS, ANDREA  
The family of Andrea (Poole) Binns regretfully announces her passing on December 3, 2014 in Nanaimo, BC. Survived by brother Michael, sisters Patricia, Elizabeth and Joan and several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by spouse Charles Binns, mother Marie Poole, father Earl Poole and nephew William. Private family interment to be held at a later date.
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Published in Nanaimo Daily News and Harbour City Star from Dec. 13, 2014 to Jan. 10, 2015
Bird, Doris and Clayton  
. Doris Bird July 1919 - January 1997 . Clayton Bird February 1919 - December 17, 2006 . Lovingly Remembered
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Published in Oceanside Star from Dec. 18 to Dec. 19, 2014
Brett, Horrocks (In Memoriam)  
In Memory of Brett Horrocks May 24, 1950 ~ December 12, 2009 We think of you today, As we do everyday, We think about your beautiful smile, We think of you in silence, Remembering the special times together, Your thoughtful caring ways, We often speak your name, Wondering why you had to go, The memories we have of you, Will last a lifetime. God has you in his care and keeping, But we have you in our hearts. Loving you forever Lynn, Sean, Sarah, Shannon, John, Deanna, Jen, Brenda, Joedy, Miranda, Dion and all the family
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Published in Alberni Valley Times from Dec. 12 to Dec. 18, 2014
Brown, Samuel F.  
Our very special beloved husband, father, father-in-law, grandfather and great grandfather passed away peacefully in loving arms on December 3. He was surrounded by family and friends in the days leading up to his passing, and even got to hold his brand new great granddaughter Juno in his arms. Sam was born in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan and possessed the warm and honest values so many people from the prairies seem to have. His mother Eva and his father Charles had two other children, Dorothy and Charlie (predeceased). The family lived through the depression and, like many others, knew the importance of family values and good neighbours. Sam entered Margaret's life dramatically when he leapt off the high board at the Sherbrook swimming pool in Winnipeg and nearly landed on her while doing a cannonball. They married in June of 1957 and enjoyed a lifelong partnership of deep love, marriage and commitment to one another. They were also best friends. Hand in hand, they walked through life together as their warmth and love extended to family and to friends. The strength of their relationship as a couple and as parents will serve generations of our family into the future. Sam was a lifelong member of the Sunnydale Golf Club. He had many great friends there that he enjoyed very much. Rumour has it he even made the odd good shot now and then. Sam is survived by his loving wife Margaret, sons Charlie (Donna) and Garry (Sherri), grandsons Matthew (Courtnie), Michael (Samantha), Sam and Adam, and great grandchildren Jacob, Hunter, Sage and Juno - all of whom learned many things from Sam's dedication and influence. Sam's niece Arlene (Dave) and their children Kirsten, Jeff and Ashley live in Regina. Sam was also very close to his mother and father-in-law Eva and Daniel Porter. His brother-in-law Steve Lewis (Lynn) and nephews Rob and Cam live in Airdrie and Courtenay. Brother-in-law Herb and nephew and niece David and Ilo live in Winnipeg. Sam was predeceased by his sisters-in-law Iris and Ilo. Sam enjoyed an impressive career with the Military. His career included a tour in Europe and culminated in the Comox Valley. His duties ranged from Air Frame Technician in the early years to Base General Safety Officer at CFB Comox. Sam took this role seriously and earned the respect and highest regard from his peers. Sam also enjoyed being a drummer in the military marching bands which brought immense pride to his family, in particular to his young sons at the time. In his personal life, Sam's talents seemed endless, for he had a diverse array of intellect and skills to draw upon. This included a legendary sense of logic, mechanical and structural vision, gifted hands and creativity. Better still, Sam put these gifts to good use to enrich the environment and activities of his family and those around him. Sam also believed in community, and he enjoyed being a member of the Courtenay Rotary Club for over 25 years. Sam will also be remembered for his good nature, sense of humour, and empathy. He was a constant joy to all who spent time with him. Sam loved life, and those who also loved life couldn't help but to love him. As Sam's health began to slide over the last few years, Marg faced her role as caregiver with strength and courage which seemed to have no end. The family wishes to extend heartfelt thanks to Dr. Reggler, Dr. Blacklock and their staff for their dedication in looking after Sam's health. We also wish to express our deepest thanks to: VIHA, Steve at Island Health, Greg and staff at Living Room Pharmacy, the paramedics of the BC Ambulance Service, and the staff of the St. Joseph's Hospital, from the Emerg to the 3rd floor and everywhere in between! Lastly, deepest gratitude to the family's many friends for their loving support. At Sam's request, there will be no service at this time but a celebration of life is planned for the spring. Flowers are graciously declined. Donations may be made to Comox Valley Hospice Society. Sam touched so many people, and it is on behalf of all that we are so grateful for the gift of this incredible man. And thank you Sam Brown... You are the best!
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Published in Comox Valley Echo from Dec. 9, 2014 to Jan. 7, 2015
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