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  • "A kind and gentle person it has been a pleasure getting to..."
    - Carrie Belcourt
  • "A true friend in the broadest sense of meaning. Wonderful..."
    - Lillian Alexander
  • "Ken was a truly good friend. He was always willing to lend..."
    - Bertha Smith
  • "Thinking of Ken's family at this time...I can see Margaret..."
    - Raechel Tupman
  • "Mr. Callaghan was an amazing man that was always smiling...."
    - April Quinn
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CALLAGHAN, Kenneth Roy
It is with profound sadness we announce the passing of Kenneth Roy Callaghan. At age 87 years, he away peacefully in Kamloops, B.C. on October 24, 2012. He will be sadly missed by his children - Lynda Elgood & her husband Jack Thompson, Bob (Karen) Callaghan & Brenda Forrest; stepchildren - Barb (Gary) Dickinson, Joanne (Stan) Enns & Robert (Sue) Fox, as well as fifteen grandchildren and twenty great- grandchildren. He also leaves behind many good friends in 70 Mile House, Green Lake, 100 Mile House and Berwick on the Park. Dad was predeceased by his loving wife Margaret Louise Callaghan (nee Kennedy) in 2002. Ken was an Air Force Veteran, having served in WW11. Dad retired as a Captain from the Vancouver Fire Department (a job he loved) in 1978. Dad was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Vancouver, Kamloops, 100 Mile House & the Shrine Club as "Snuffie" the clown. There will be no service according to Dad's wishes. Dad has gone to UBC & at a later date his ashes and those of Margaret's will be joined together again in the Green Lake area. Should friends desire, donations may be made to: Gizeh Shrine Patient Transportation Fund, 3550 Wayburne Way, Burnaby, B.C, V5G 3K9.
"Dad, family and friends agree you were,
a true Gentleman…"

Published in Vancouver Sun and/or The Province on Nov. 2, 2012
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