Doreen Stalker
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STALKER, Doreen Passed away peacefully surrounded by the love of her family, just as she had surrounded them with her love through life. Born July 13, 1931 in New Westminster, BC, to Duncan and Florence Campbell. Married July 3, 1959 to Andrew Stalker in New Westminster, BC. Doreen and Andy moved to Smithers in July 1961. Doreen was a teacher for 28 years; McBride Elementary School, New Westminster; Muheim Memorial Elementary School, Smithers and Walnut Park Elementary School, Smithers. Doreen was involved with the Lion's Club and the Hospital Auxiliary. In 2002-2003 Doreen was awarded the Volunteer of the year Award from the Town of Smithers, Volunteered at New to You, collecting and restoring approx a 1000 stuffed toys for Christmas Hampers a year. Loved Line dancing, scrapbooking, good friends and loved all types of animals. Through contracting Hepatitis C through her first heart surgery, 1984, Doreen was instrumental in organizing a support group for people with Hepatitis C. Survived by husband Andrew Stalker children Cindy (Vernon) Elliott of Smithers, Nancy Saunders of Vernon, Glen Stalker of Castlegar, grandchildren Clint, Jason, Samantha, Holly, Kelsey, Amy, Drew and sister Bev Lacey (Gerry) of Port Alberni. A Celebration of Life will be held May 15, 2010. Time and location to be announced. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The Bulkley Valley District Hospital Auxiliary. Donations to be made through the Bulkley Valley Credit Union, Smithers, BC.

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Published in Vancouver Sun and/or The Province on Feb. 3, 2010.
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February 11, 2010
Dear Andy and family;

May you find comfort in each other and in your love and memories of Doreen. You are in our thoughts and hearts.
Deb Schmitz
February 4, 2010
Dear Andrew, Our deepest sympathies go out to you and your family. You are very much in our thoughts.
Carol & Bill Hill
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