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Waddington, Mark Edward  
IN MEMORY OF Mark Edward Waddington Gone two years now, but not forgotten Miss you everyday Love Mom, Dad, Nathan, Shawn and Diane
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Published in Alberni Valley Times from May 15 to May 16, 2015
Walker, Barry  
CELEBRATION OF LIFE FOR BARRY WALKER On Saturday, May 23rd from 2:00-4:00 p.m. Mark R. Isfeld School will be hosting at the school gym a celebratory tribute to Barry Walker. This will be an opportunity for students, colleagues and friends to gather together, sharing stories and memories with others whose lives have been impacted by Barry over the years. A reception to follow.
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Published in Comox Valley Echo from May 15 to May 16, 2015
WAPPIE, Rosalie (Kulai)  
WAPPIE, Rosalie (Kulai) March 2, 1940 - April 13, 2015 It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved mother Rosalie. She was predeceased by her parents John and Agnes Kulai and her husband Pat Wappie. Survived by her loving family, brother Ron Kulai (niece Rhonda), her partner Jim Goodwin and her children, Terri Thompson, Rick Douglas (Hatty), John Douglas (Lauren), her step children, Cathy Bourcier (Ron), Chris Wappie, and Brian Wappie (Leesa), her grandchildren, Justin, Jordan, Natalie, Becca, Griffin, Max and Sam Douglas, Aaron and Biaire Bourcier, Jake and Brienna Wappie and great grandchildren, Jordan and Devyn Bourcier and Jackson Wideman. Also survived by her Aunt Nancy and many relatives. Rosalie was born and raised in Nanaimo, as a teen she worked at the family business, Bond's Fish and Chips, a Nanaimo landmark. Many will remember her as the black haired lady with the big smile and ready laugh at Terry's Save Rite in Departure Bay. Mom loved her golf and was a long time and honorary member of Nanaimo Golf Club, but her biggest joy was her family, especially her grandchildren. She will be missed by all. A Celebration of Life will be held at the Nanaimo Curling Club on Friday May 22nd at 1 o'clock. Donations in Rosalie's honor may be made to the BC Heart and Stroke Fund.
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Published in Nanaimo Daily News from May 15 to May 16, 2015
WILLIAMSON, M. Louise  
IN HER MEMORY Greatly missed, dearly loved, always remembered, by her husband Fred; her sons and wives, Blair & Margaret, Grant & Donna, and Warren; her brothers and sisters; her many friends; and by her nursing friends and colleagues.
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Published in Cowichan Valley Citizen from May 22 to May 28, 2015
WITTY, Margaret Eileen  
WITTY, Margaret Eileen With her 'boys', Dave, Mike and Scott, at her side and outstanding compassionate support of North Shore Palliative Care, at 3:30AM on May 16th, Margaret Eileen Witty completed her life-journey with dignity, serenity and in peace on Bowen Island her special place, looking out onto Howe Sound, big Doug Fir and garden. Those who knew Marg (Margie to some of us) will have their own memories of someone who cared; about them and others. Who held others up; never judged them; always celebrated them before herself; always asked about them, their families; always offered support; and always showed compassion when compassion was needed. What captured us? Her smile? Her beauty? Her love for life? Her uncomplicated way of seeing the world? All of that and more. Marg grew up in Winnipeg's Cresentwood Neighbourhood and graduated from St Boniface School of Nursing. In '67 she met Dave and became engaged after nine days. They became life partners in the fullest sense of the idea: lovers, best friends, world travellers, sailors, parents to Mike and Scott, and grandparents to Jett and Elina (and more recently Jack and Kate). Marg was an adventurer. It was her idea to explore what life had to offer by moving from Winnipeg's Wildwood Park in 1991 to the west coast where they lived briefly in Vancouver, then Bowen Island since 1993 and Nanaimo for the last five years. After receiving excellent care at NRGH Cancer Clinic, Marg spent her last two weeks on her beloved Bowen surrounded by family and friends. Wherever Marg went she made new endearing friends. It is that remarkable ability to develop and retain friendships across western Canada that is her legacy. Marg has left more than her impact on people. After graduation, she was an outstanding nurse in the premature-nursery intensive care unit of Children's Hospital in Winnipeg. Later, she was known as an excellent care-giver to neighbours, family and friends. She helped organise the first Earth Day in Winnipeg and she initiated the blue box program in Fort Garry. Marg helped organise and support a number of outreach initiatives at Fort Garry United Church. She was a highly regarded loan rep for the United Way of Winnipeg. After moving to Vancouver, she worked for the North Vancouver Canadian Mental Health Association Office where she organised a very successful role-play program that helped foster understanding around the need to accommodate and support people with mental disabilities. Marg was an early member and Chair of the Board at Bowen's Island Pacific School (IPS). Her dream of her grandson Jett attending IPS was realised this year. She was a creative person; often sought after for design advice. She was a talented weaver in Winnipeg with her big floor loom filled with large pieces. On Bowen, she developed a reputation as a talented water-colour artist who sold her work locally (if Dave did not grab it first). She was exploring oils in her last days as an artist. But, chemotherapy (34 cycles over two years) took its toll and her art was too much of a challenge. Even so, Marg and Dave kept travelling (to Paris and south western France in 2013 and Spain and Morocco in 2014). As well, she completed her 'bucket list' by moving amongst the orcas (and humpbacks) off Telegraph Cove in fall 2014. After her diagnosis, she said that cancer would not define her; it never did. Margie discovered a deep spiritualism and connection to the richness of nature. That bond sustained her through her journey with cancer. For those that know the significance: a Great Horned Owl (a rare bird for Bowen) visited our Bowen house just before Marg ended her journey. It was a fitting sign. An Endowment Fund in recognition of Marg has been established to award Bursaries to deserving Island Pacific School students. In lieu of flowers or other gifts, donations to help build the Margaret Witty Bursary Fund would be gratefully accepted. Charitable donations can be made on-line at: www.bowenfoundation.com or by cheque to: BICF/Margaret Witty Bursary Fund, P.O. Box 18, Bowen Island, V0N 1G0
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Published in Nanaimo Daily News from May 22 to May 23, 2015
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