• Piercy's-Mt. Washington Funeral Home
    Courtenay, BC
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January-13-18
Grant and I found each other on the school playground in grade 5. We came to be so close that we walked the school yard with arms around each other. But we were two serious boys with ambitions to become spacemen with PhDs in chemistry; for a couple of years we expanded our chemistry sets to amazing complexity (including "hydrogen bombs" from electrolyzing water). Grant's close and clean-living family seemed like the Cleaver's to me; Grant loved and revered his mother (whose generous heart kindly extended to me too); he adored his baby sisters. Grant was a truly devout altar boy and went to serve Fr Tunner at early Mass making all the responses in Latin, as I little pagan waited outside. When I became a Catholic a few years later, his grandmother caringly guided me in the piety of the day, and Grant was the last to see me off to my monastic adventure. We drifted apart after we both went to University and married. I always intended to make contact again and now must bite my lips in regret at not having done so. The sweetness of our innocent boyhood love is one of the loveliest memories I have. Requiescat in pace, et lux perpetua luceat ei!
December-30-17
Dad you are and missed by myself and family. I love you and will always be thinking of you. You are always the greatest influence in what I do and who I am. Your loving son.

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