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MALLEY, STEVEN GEORGE THOMAS  
IN LOVING MEMORY OF MY SON My son, silent teras still fall, my heart still breaks when I think of you, and I will always remember how you left us all so suddenly one night 6 years ago. God bless you my son Mom
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Published in Campbell River Courier Islander from Feb. 25 to Mar. 3, 2015
Marion, Donna Moffat Ed Simons Thelma  
"HOW FORTUNATE we are that in our hearts we keep forever the memories of those we love ... and the time we shared together"" We gratefully acknowledge gifts in loving memory of Donna Moffat Ed Simons Thelma Marion A donation to the Hospital Foundation is a wonderful way to remember or honour special people and a precious gift to those who rely on our Hospital & Yucalta Lodge for care. Campbell River Hospital Foundation 381 - 2nd Avenue Campbell River, BC V9W 3V1 250-850-2418 ``Serving the Campbell River Hospital and Yucalta Lodge.'
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Published in Campbell River Courier Islander from Feb. 27 to Feb. 28, 2015
Mason, Bryan (In Memoriam)  
In Loving Memory of Bryan Mason February 1, 1990 ~ March 1, 2011 We do not forget, nor do we intend, We'll think of you to the very end; Forgotten by some you may be, In our memory you will ever be. From the Blues Mothers and the Boys
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Published in Alberni Valley Times from Feb. 27 to Mar. 5, 2015
Mason, Bryan (In Memoriam)  
In Loving Memory of Bryan Robert Mason February 1, 1990 ~ March 1, 2011 We will continue to celebrate you, With memorial bursaries and Hockey Tournament in your honour. You are deeply missed, Mom
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Published in Alberni Valley Times from Feb. 25 to Mar. 3, 2015
McKenzie, Kevin Oliver  
Passed away peacefully at Nanaimo Regional Hospital on February 19th, at the age of 58. Predeceased by his parents Oliver and Bertha Irene McKenzie, Kevin is survived by Kim, his loving wife of 37 years, along with daughter Michell Colyn (Dave), son Dale McKenzie and grandson Dane Oliver Colyn, whom he loved and adored. Kevin is also survived by four sisters; Lois Gast (Art), Muriel Francoeur (Andy), Darlene Gold (Gordon), and Heather Nielsen (George) and their families. Kevin also leaves behind his extended family, the Sawyers, Dolores and Warren Joslin, as well as many close friends and his church family at Alberni Valley Christian Reformed Church, all whom he loved very much. Kevin was born in Chilliwack, B.C. and moved with his family to Port Alberni at the age of 2. He attended school in the valley and began his working career in the forest industry. Newly married, Kevin and Kim moved to Ucluelet where he worked as a skipper on the Canadian Princess charter boats for a number of years. Missing the valley they moved back to raise a family and Kevin once again began work in the forest industry. Unfortunately, at a much too young age, Kevin was forced into early retirement due to many health issues. Although he suffered many complications with his health, Kevin had an unwavering faith in God. He was a one of a kind man, a true joy to any and everyone who knew him. He touched the lives of many and will forever be missed by all. Finally at peace, his heavenly Father has called him home. Put the coffee on! A service of remembrance and tea will be held on Saturday, February 28, 2015 at Echo Centre from 1-4pm. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you donate to the Vancouver Island Kidney Patient Association or to a charity of your choice.
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Published in Alberni Valley Times from Feb. 24 to Mar. 25, 2015
McKinnon, Gerald F.  
Gerry departed this life in his 95th year in his home at Berwick in Comox. Like so many of his generation, his life was molded by war. He often commented that after surviving D-Day, every day was a gift and he enjoyed that gift to the very last. Gerry was born in Peterborough, Ontario, to Duncan Alexander McKinnon and Ellen (Ferguson) McKinnon on October 3rd, 1920. At 19, with the war in Europe beginning, he enlisted with the Prince of Wales Rangers. In 1942, fresh from RMC, he was sent as Brigade Intelligence Officer to Victoria to move with the Brigade to Prince George. On the way he developed pneumonia, ending up in the army hospital in Nanaimo where he met and fell in love with Lt. Nursing Sister Mary Campbell from Vancouver. In 1944, after learning Mary's unit was to be sent to England, he applied to join the British forces as a CanLoan officer. As he lined up in Halifax to board the ship to cross the Atlantic, he looked up into the sea of faces and saw Mary. They met often in London but in the lead up to invasion Gerry, now a Major with the British Royal Warwickshire Regiment, was fully involved with preparations for the invasion of Europe. He landed on D-Day but later was wounded in the battle of Falaise and shipped back to a Canadian hospital in England where his ward nurse just happened to be Sister Mary Campbell. They were married in Aldershot in 1945. On his return from Europe in 1947 he met his daughter Mary Ellen for the first time and was reunited with Mary at the family home in Vancouver. They then returned to Peterborough where he worked for the DeLaval company and built a great life for his family. Son Tim came along in 1948. Taking early retirement from DeLaval in 1967, the McKinnons moved to Mary's beloved Vancouver and Gerry joined the Certified General Accountants of B.C. as the Executive Director. He worked with CGA until his retirement in 1981, earning an honourary CGA designation and a BBE (Best Boss Ever) award. From there the couple moved to Qualicum Beach, building their dream retirement home and having wonderful times playing tennis, swimming, gardening and enjoying their new friends and community. Gerry was a NRGH board member and had much to do with the development of health and seniors facilities in the Oceanside area. Eventually the couple moved to Comox to be closer to their son Tim, living first at Crown Isle, then at Berwick. Mary, a gracious, gentle woman and the best of mothers passed away in 2007. Gerry's final years were very active. He sang in Berwick's choir, was intensely interested in politics at all levels - even managing to get the Town to put in the cross walk in front of Berwick - and could often be seen around town in his silver Solara convertible. Unfortunately, his daughter, Mary Ellen Chapple, passed away in 2011 but he is survived by his son Tim (Gail Woodburn) of Comox, his grandsons Graham Drinkwalter of Toronto and Alexander Chapple of Port Hope and his granddaughter Sarah Chapple of Toronto. Gerry was so grateful to his doctors John Fitzpatrick, Ed Howard and Donald Jenkins, to the Berwick staff and Jackie Holt and to Erin and Jenice for the wonderful care they gave him. He was a valiant soldier, a true gentleman, an accomplished businessman, a loving husband and the best of fathers. His was a long life, very well lived.
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Published in Comox Valley Echo from Feb. 27 to Mar. 28, 2015
McMillan, Neil Thomas Duncan  
In Loving Memory of Neil Thomas Duncan McMillan May 31, 1931 - February 22, 2008 We thought of you with love today But that is nothing new We thought about you yesterday And days before that too. We think of you in silence We often speak your name Now all we have is memories And your picture in a frame Your memory is our keepsake With which we'll never part God has you in his keeping We have you in our hearts FOREVER and FOR ALWAYS YOUR "MCMILLAN CLAN" I think about you always, I talk about you still, you have never been forgotten Dad and you never will. I hold you close within my heart, and there you will remain, To walk and guide me through my life until we meet again. Forever with me, "Tuffit"
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Published in Campbell River Courier Islander from Feb. 20 to Feb. 21, 2015
McVey, Vicki Ann (Doucette) (In Memoriam)  
In Loving Memory of Vicki Ann McVey (Doucette) May 7, 1959 ~ March 3, 2011 We miss your smile Your joking ways We miss the things You used to say And when old times We do recall It's when we miss You most of all Missing you always and forever Love You Mom & Dad
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Published in Alberni Valley Times from Feb. 27 to Mar. 5, 2015
Mihalech, Henry  
MIHALECH, Henry Thomas October 24, 1923 - February 21, 2015 Henry Mihalech, 91, passed away peacefully in his home on Feb 21, 2015 with his daughter at his side. He was born in Extension on Vancouver Island where he attended school. At the age of 13 he went to work in the coal mines in Extension. As a family they spent many summers fishing at Cape Mudge on Quadra Island. At age 18 the family moved to Nanaimo. He then began his logging career. Here he met the love of his life and fishing partner, Ethel and they were married Dec 27, 1950. They moved to Sandspit in the Queen Charlottes in 1950, finally settling in Courtenay in 1959. He continued to work for the Comox Logging Company operating the grapple yarder until his retirement April 1st, 1985. Henry was a passionate man who enjoyed hunting and fishing his entire life. In his retirement years he looked forward to spending the summers at China Creek fishing with his dear friends and dog Susie. Henry lived life to the fullest and on his own terms. He loved reading and had a wealth of knowledge on all subjects related to local history and current affairs. Henry is predeceased by his wife Ethel in 2003, six brothers and one sister. He is survived by his only daughter, Denise (Rusty) from Burns Lake, one sister Emily Stirling of Nanoose, sister-in-law Margaret Mihalech of Nanaimo and many special friends in Courtenay and Nanaimo. By request there will be no service. Happy fishing, Dad!
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Published in Nanaimo Daily News from Feb. 27 to Feb. 28, 2015
Mihalech, Henry Thomas  
MIHALECH, Henry Thomas October 24, 1923 - February 21, 2015 Henry Mihalech, 91, passed away peacefully in his home on Feb 21, 2015 with his daughter at his side. He was born in Extension on Vancouver Island where he attended school. At the age of 13 he went to work in the coal mines in Extension. As a family they spent many summers fishing at Cape Mudge on Quadra Island. At age 18 the family moved to Nanaimo. He then began his logging career. Here he met the love of his life and fishing partner, Ethel and they were married Dec 27, 1950. They moved to Sandspit in the Queen Charlottes in 1950, finally settling in Courtenay in 1959. He continued to work for the Comox Logging Company operating the grapple yarder until his retirement April 1st, 1985. Henry was a passionate man who enjoyed hunting and fishing his entire life. In his retirement years he looked forward to spending the summers at China Creek fishing with his dear friends and dog Susie. Henry lived life to the fullest and on his own terms. He loved reading and had a wealth of knowledge on all subjects related to local history and current affairs. Henry is predeceased by his wife Ethel in 2003, six brothers and one sister. He is survived by his only daughter, Denise (Rusty) from Burns Lake, one sister Emily Stirling of Nanoose, sister-in-law Margaret Mihalech of Nanaimo and many special friends in Courtenay and Nanaimo. By request there will be no service. Happy fishing, Dad!
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Published in Comox Valley Echo from Feb. 27 to Feb. 28, 2015
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