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"Kay" Doyle Edith Katherine Doyle, born August 12th, 1940 in Maidstone, Sask went to be with Jesus on April 8th, 2014 in Prince George, BC surrounded by her loving family. Kay was predeceased by her parents Lily & Lawrence Reed, her husband Ted Doyle, & her sister Lillian McConnell (Jim). Kay is survived by her daughter Colleen Gibson (Raymond), sisters Loretta Rusnell (Dave), and Mary Smallbones (George), brothers Phil Reed (Darlene), and Norman Reed (Arlene), grandchildren Jessica Northrup (Josh), Krista Janssen (Aaron), & Ory Gibson, her great grandchildren Morgan & Rusty Northrup, & Grace Janssen, & life long friend Barb Watson. She also has many dearly loved nieces & nephews. Kay's passion made her an icon of her generation as the first Canadian woman to reach her Gold Wings & skydive 1000 jumps. She also went on to pass 2000 jumps. Kay, CSPA D-77, started jumping in Edmonton in 1968 then moved to Abbotsford. She traveled around the world for 20 years on the Women's Team & the Canadian team (Style & Accuracy). Kay was also an OR nurse at the Prince George Regional Hospital for many years before spending some time as a first aid attendant at Northwood Pulp Mill. The later part of Kay's life was spent enjoying time with her family, hunting, fishing, & telling stories around the campfire. Kay was a hero to many & a loving considerate, giving soul. She was God's gift to those around her as a friend, daughter, mother, sister, & lover. A Celebration of Life will be announced at a later date. Read Obituary
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Emma Walls (1927 - 2014) Emma passed away peacefully early afternoon Monday, March 31st in the company of her family and holding Sharon's hand. She lived a wonderful life full of family and friends. Her time with us was cherished and she is remembered with great fondness and love by her sons Dan (Mireille), Ron (Barb) and Doug (Sharon); her sisters Eva (Al) James and Rose (Bob) Richardson; her sister-in-law Alda and her brother Vic (Pat). Emma was most proud of her thirteen grandchildren: Dana and Amanda in Prince George, Nicholas and Martine in Edmonton, Andrew, Blake and Alexa in Boston, Hillary in Prince George, Cameron in Zurich, and Luis, Jessica, Jeff and Julia in Vancouver. Emma's early life was spent growing up with her seven siblings on the Russman and Kueng family farms on Cranbrook Hill. She lived briefly in Vancouver in her early 20's but returned to Prince George and married Mel in 1951. Their 37 year marriage was loving and happy, but ended prematurely when Mel succumbed to cancer at the age of 57. In 2001 Emma moved to White Rock to be closer to her grandchildren but her heart and her home were always Prince George. Their place at Cluculz Lake was a big part of their family life and this summer the whole family is returning there to memorialize Emma and Mel as part of a private service led by their beloved family friend Father Nicholas Forde. Emma had a quick wit and a powerful intellect, and was a star student before leaving school to help her parents on the farm. She was always there sharing the benefits of her experience with love and support. She was an incredibly strong and determined woman and her feisty spirit and enduring strength live on in her children and grandchildren. She will always be remembered with love and emotion through many, many "Granny Emma" stories. Read Obituary
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MURIEL CATHERINE WORLEY NOVEMBER 4, 1924 - APRIL 15, 2014 It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Muriel Worley unexpectedly, April 15, 2014 in Prince George, B.C. Muriel was born in Drumheller, Alberta and grew up in Clandonald. She moved to Fruitvale in the 1940s and lived in Trail until 2008 when she relocated to Prince George to be closer to her daughter. Muriel joined the army during World War II and was stationed in Ottawa where she processed "war brides". She worked at the Trail Clinic during the 50s and was a familiar face at the Beacon Burger during the 60s and 70s. Muriel was predeceased by her parents, Clara and Angus Wilmot; her sisters, Margaret, Gladys, Evie and Mary; her brothers Billy and Angie. She was also predeceased by her husband, Vic in 2006. Muriel is survived by her sister, Myrna; her brothers, Ricky and Alie; her daughter, Joan Nachbaur; her son, Murray (Lorraine); grandchildren Scotty (Heather), Carli (Steve) and Jay (Terra) and the delight of her life, great grandchildren Ellie, Sam, Kienna, Annie, Michayla and tight in her arms as she passed away was baby Ben Victor. Funeral mass will be held Wednesday, April 23 at Holy Trinity Parish in East Trail. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the charity of your choice or to the Diabetes Foundation in Muriel's memory. Special thanks to Dr. K. Javed for his kindness and caring and the staff of Gateway Lodge especially are amazing. Assman's Funeral Chapel in Prince George and My Alternatives Funeral Home in Trail have been entrusted to funeral arrangements. Read Obituary
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