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Absolon, Dale George  
ABSOLON, 'Dale' George , born in Lyburn, AB., passed away peacefully at UHNBC July 21, 2015, his beloved family at his bedside. Dale was predeceased by his eldest daughter Susan (2000) and is survived by his wife Rachel, son Tim, daughter Robin (Patrick) Abra, grandchildren Liam & Katrina, brother Joseph (Cindy), 2 nephews & many friends. Dale moved to Vancouver Island in 1944 and eventually joined the RCAF where he spent time in Europe & Nova Scotia. He moved to Prince George in 1974, worked for West Coast Energy and retired in 1994. A Celebration of Life will be held Monday, July 27, 2015 @ 1:00 p.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church (1088 Gillett St.), with Fr. Rene Antonio officiating. Dale's remains will be interred in the Philippines at a later date. Grace Memorial Funeral Home in care of arrangements. 250-964-2522/250-567-4814.
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Published in The Prince George Citizen from July 24 to July 27, 2015
Baldwin, Daphne (Syson)  
BALDWIN, Daphne (nee Syson) May 24, 1924 - July 23, 2015 Daphne died peacefully early Thursday morning following a brief stay at Victoria hospice. She was predeceased in 1987 by her husband of 33 years, George Walter Baldwin (1928-1987), and is survived by her children Andrew (Karli), Elizabeth (Anthony), Matthew (Susan) and Jennifer (Michael); grandchildren Anastasia, Luke, Samuel, Ewan, Eleanor and Thomas; and cat Pepper. Mum was born and raised in Oak Bay, graduated from Norfolk House (1941) in a class of 6 girls, attended Victoria College in Craigdarroch Castle (1941-1943) and, after a hiatus of five years, completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in History and English at UBC, where she met George. They were married in 1954 and moved to Prince George "for two years" - which became 47. Her time in Prince George was spent raising her family, to whom she was devoted, and caring for the many family pets over the years. She had a wide circle of friends, and maintained contact, by her indefatigable letter-writing, with relatives and childhood friends all over the world. Despite being, she alleged, shy and reserved, she was involved in a number of local activities, serving as chairman of the library board, Girl Guide commissioner, and in various capacities with the Alaska Music Trail, the Prince George Symphony Orchestra, the Concert Society, and St. Michael's Anglican Church. She also served provincially on the Library Development Commission and the Heritage Trust, and was a judge for the Lieutenant-Governor's Award for books on local history. She and George were also involved with the grassroots movement that led to establishment of the University of Northern British Columbia, and she was a loyal supporter of the university even after she left Prince George. In 2001, Mum moved back to Oak Bay, to the address of her childhood home, though she rebuilt the house. She enjoyed the intellectual and cultural activities in Victoria, and was a strong supporter of the Victoria Symphony, Pacific Opera Victoria, the Royal B.C. Museum, among many others, and a steadfast member of St. Mary's Anglican Church (Oak Bay), which she had attended as a child. Throughout our lives, all of us received the benefit of her patience, her unstinting and unconditional love, her gently-expressed disapproval, her support, her impeccable manners and her wonderfully gentle sense of humour and fun. It seemed the kettle was always on in Mum's kitchen, and the tins full of home baking for all who visited. She exemplified grace, dignity, and loving kindness. We would like to thank the Royal Jubilee Hospital and Victoria Hospice staff. A funeral service will be held at St. Mary's Anglican Church in Oak Bay (Elgin Road) at 10 a.m. on Friday, July 31, 2015. Donations in lieu of flowers can be made to St. Mary's Anglican Church, the BCSPCA, Knowledge Network, or Pacific Opera Victoria. Condolences may be offered to the family at www.mccallbros.com. McCall's of Victoria, BC (1-800-870-4210)
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Published in The Prince George Citizen from July 28 to July 29, 2015
Belzile, Mabel Agnes  
Mabel Agnes Belzile 1933-1997 Those we love don't go away, They walk beside us everyday, Unseen, unheard, but always near, Still loved, still missed and very dear. Love you Mom Rick & family
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Published in The Prince George Citizen from July 31 to Aug. 1, 2015
Busse, Ronald Edward  
Ronald Edward Busse Jan 2, 1953 - July 18, 2015 We are sad to announce the passing of our little brother Ronny. Leaving behind Walter (Marg), Lillian (Brian) and their families. Also left to mourn is his love Brenda Mitchell. Ron always lived his life according to Ron which contributed to his early demise. He will be missed. No service by request, although a small memorial is being planned in the future. 250-563-5677
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Published in The Prince George Citizen from July 24 to July 25, 2015
Campbell, Cheryl Lila  
Cheryl fought 14 years with Cancer with such Dignity ,she was our Hero , always Smiling no matter what she was dealing with. Survived by Mom Shirley Ramsay (Armstrong) (Sisters & Bro'nlaw )Fiona,Terry Cook ,(Birmingham Alabama ) Tommy,Melissa ,Westlyn Cook ( Cleavland Ohio ) Duncan,Annie & Maddie Cook (Birmingham Alabama) Ramona,Boyd Lentz (Quesnel ) Cole Lentz (Edmonton) Kyle,Kayla,Cailin,& Maverick Lentz ( Edmonton )Leona & Ken Bergman (Prince George) Ryan, Gina ,Allie,Aubrey Bergman (Round Hill Alberta)ScottyBergman(Kamloops) Shawn Bergman(Prince George)Russell Bergman(Prince George)Heather,Gord Gunderson,(Armstrong) Jeffrey Gunderson,Tia Gunderson & Bruce Urquart (Armstrong) Brandon West( Kelowna ) Justin Campbell (Grande Prairie )Also Aunts ,Uncles , Cousins & many Friends Predeceased by Gordon Ramsay (Dad )Rose Ramsay( Aunt ) a
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Published in The Prince George Citizen from July 24 to Aug. 22, 2015
Cole, Annie Irene (Braidwood)  
Annie Irene Cole (nee Braidwood) 18 January, 1928 - 21 July, 2015. Born in Galt, Ontario Annie passed away peacefully with husband Thomas of 64 years at her bedside. They met at a New Year's dance, then married on the 15 December 1951. She was a daycare "mother" for many children over the years until retiring in 1990. Since that time she and Thomas shared the enthusiasm of adventures in their motorhome. Their activities included metal detecting, sluicing and panning for gold, fishing, garage sales and snooping through 2nd hand and antique shops. Over the years Annie enjoyed working on her gardens which surrounded the house. Annie was predeceased by sister's Mildred and Wilma, survived by Thomas, son Rhett (Wendy) and grandson Zachary along with numerous nieces and nephews. Many thanks to the doctors and nurses at UHNBC that extended themselves making Annie's last hours as comfortable as possible. An open house will be held at Wendy and Rhett's home, 1071 Rebelo Drive, Prince George on the 8th of August from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, it is requested that you donate to the charity of your choice.
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Published in The Prince George Citizen from July 25 to July 27, 2015
Crewson, Elizabeth (Beth)  
CREWSON - It is with regret to announce the passing of Elizabeth (Beth) Crewson on July 11, 2015 at the age of 91. Beth passed away peacefully in her home. The family was blessed with two children, Helen and Murray. Beth is survived by her daughter Helen Leckie of Prince George and sisters Joan Garnett of Wakefield, Quebec, and Louise Bond of Brandon, Manitoba. Beth was predeceased by her husband George in 1989 and her son Murray in 2004. Beth was born in Russell, Manitoba on January 25, 1924 and was raised in the community of Shellmouth. Following her education, she taught at the Indian Residential School at Portage le Prairie, then the Rural School of Ferriss. In 1945 she married George Crewson and they farmed for 15 years in the Edwin District. In 1960 the family moved to Portage le Prairie where George and Beth were active members of the CO-OP and Credit Union and served on their Boards. After George passed away Beth fulfilled her dream to travel and spent two years in the Bahamas. Beth moved to Prince George in 1998 and was proud to call Prince George her home because of the kindness of its people and the willingness of others to help those in need. She was a proud member of the White Eagles Lodge and lived their devotion to kindness and love. She was an avid supporter of the Old Time Fiddler's Association and Hospice House. The Senior Centers of Prince George were important to Beth where she could share a story or two over a meal, tap her feet to the sounds of a fiddle, and enjoy the various entertainments over the years. She loved to play cribbage, go on long drives, and have good conversation. In her later years Beth was appreciative of the care and kindness shown to her by the staff at Rainbow Lodge and Home & Community Care. Beth's purpose in life was to serve which she did with grace and love. Her spirit was a shining light of love that touched everyone who met her and will live on in our hearts forever. In her words "Beyond our human sight I have other work to do, and will do it well, and then pass on to other tasks, and, by and by, I will attain the Crown of Perfect Life". A Celebration of Life will be held between 2:00 - 4:00pm on July 26, 2015 at the Senior Citizens Activity Center, 425 Brunswick Street. Any donations would be appreciated to Hospice Society 1506 Ferry Avenue, Prince George V2L 5H2.
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Published in The Prince George Citizen from July 23 to July 24, 2015
Desjardine, Ella Rosalia  
Ella Rosalia Desjardine March 1, 1928 - July 20, 2015 We are so sad to announce the passing of our dear Mum and Grandma. Ella is survived by her daughters Yvonne and Corinne, son-in-law Vic as well as grandchildren Cathy, Celeste, Derek, Patrick, Nathan and Hayley and great grandchildren Ashley, Madison and Zachary. She is also survived by her brother Albert, three nieces and three nephews. She was predeceased by her husband Lawrence, her parents Rose and Charlie Chatlain, her sisters Eileen and Margaret (Meg) and brother Ed. Mum was known for her faithfulness, loyalty, strength, determination and sense of humour. Her strong faith in God's promise of a paradise earth always gave her strength and enabled her to eagerly look forward to the future, even in her last hours. In honour of Ella's wishes, there will be no service. Please come and share your memories of Mum with us at 2:00pm on August 1, 2015 at the home of Corinne and Vic.
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Published in The Prince George Citizen from July 25 to July 28, 2015
Dyson, Meredith  
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the sudden passing of Meredith (Marigold) Dyson. On July 12, 2015. Survived by his family in Kelowna and his friends who became his family in Prince George. He will be missed by his racing, hunting, sledding, fishing and of course his workplace buddies. All are welcome to attend a celebration bbq for Meredith on Sunday, July 26th, 2015, 12:00 to 2pm at 11115 Chief Lake Road. Bring your memories to share...
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Published in The Prince George Citizen from July 24 to July 25, 2015
Huggett, Sandra Leagh (Gardner)  
Sandra Leagh Huggett (nee Gardner) Sandra was born on June 4, 1960 in Prince George, BC. She passed away at Rotary Hospice House on July 18, 2015 after a courageous struggle with lung cancer. A primary school teacher for 28 years, Sandra had a passion for teaching kindergarten and grade one students to read and write. This passion was infectious and many students and colleagues were influenced by her knowledge and skills. Sandra was a loving and devoted mother to her daughters Lia (12) and Kimberly (9). A love of learning, cross-country skiing, wilderness adventures, athletics, travel and the power of family and community are some of the things that Sandra shared with Lia and Kimmy. In addition to Lia and Kimberly, Sandra is missed and lovingly remembered by: Husband Alan; Parents Elsie and Ralph; Sisters Anne (Nicholas, Alexandra, Michael) and Christine (Vince; Gabriella, Sebastian); Mother in law Marjorie; Sisters-in-Law Edith (Michael, Melanie) and Margaret. The family wishes to express their sincere thanks to all doctors and staff at the BC Cancer Agency Centre for the North. The wonderful staff at Rotary Hospice House provided compassionate and loving care over the final weeks of Sandra's life (smiles to you all). Donations to Rotary Hospice House are appreciated in lieu of flowers. A service will be held at the Parish Church of St. Michael and All Angels (5th and Victoria) on Tuesday July 28, 2015 at 1 P.M. A reception will follow in the church hall.
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Published in The Prince George Citizen from July 23 to July 24, 2015
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