Torrey A. McCALL

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McCALL, Torrey A. Torrey A. McCall, a native son, born in Miss Tidbury's Nursing Home, Vancouver Street at Johnson, on November 6, 1924, passed away on February 10, 2013. He leaves his wife, Barbara; three sons, Marshall L. (Susan), Thornhill, ON, James M. (Sophie-Dorothée), Montreal, QC and Ross A., Victoria, BC; grandson, Neil T., Thornhill, ON; and two granddaughters, Laura-Isobel and Rose-Lyne, Montreal, QC. He also leaves his nephew, David A. McCall (Debbie), Victoria; nieces, Barbara Williams (Daryl), Sharron Higgins, Carol Ellis and Reta Holdridge, Victoria; and many relatives in Victoria, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Morris Twp, Huron Cty, ON. He was predeceased by his brother Graham E. in 1980 and sister Lauretta M. Holdridge in 1990. Torrey was a second-generation Funeral Director with McCall Bros. Funeral Directors Ltd. He attended Boys' Central School, Victoria High School and Mount Royal College, Calgary. He was a member of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Victoria Golf Club and The Union Club of B.C.; also Confederation Lodge #116 since 1950; Scottish Rite and Concordant Bodies and Victoria Shrine Club, Gizeh Temple, A.A.O.N.M.S., Vancouver, BC. In WWII, he served with The Royal Canadian Artillery (K5488, Mobile Signals). Words cannot adequately express our gratitude to our many friends for their kindness and expressions of sympathy. If desired, please remember those in need through your favourite charity. "At the end of life, we will not be asked how much pleasure we had in it, but how much service we gave in it; not how full it was of success, but how full it was of sacrifice; not how happy we were, but how helpful we are; not how ambition was gratified, but how love was served." A Private Family Service was held at McCall Bros., Johnson and Vancouver Streets. Private Committal Service and Entombment in The Royal Oak Mausoleum. "To live in hearts 'and memories' we leave behind is not to die." Hallowed Ground - Thomas Campbell, 1777-1844 Virtus junxit mors non separabit. "Virtue has united, death shall not separate." Condolences may be offered to the family at ">


Published in Victoria Times-Colonist from Feb. 15 to Feb. 16, 2013
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