As 2017 drew to a close, Celsa left this world to enter into the Lord's rest. She is dearly missed by her husband, children and grandchildren.
Evening prayers with visitation will be held at Sts. Joachim and Ann Parish, 2827 - 273 Street in Aldergrove, on Thursday January 4, 2018 at 6pm. Celsa will be returned home to the Philippines where the Mass of Christian Burial will be held.
Eunice will return to her Musqueam community on Saturday December 30 to be received by the family at 3pm. A Shaker funeral will be held at 9am on December 31. Both will occur at the Musqueam Community Center, 6777 Salish Drive, Vancouver (Musqueam Reserve), afterwards Eunice will be laid to rest next to her recently departed mother Elizabeth Dan in the Musqueam cemetery. She is dearly missed and will be mourned by her dad, siblings, nieces, nephews and friends.
Elizabeth will return to her Musqueam community on Tuesday December 19 to be received by the family at 3pm. A Shaker funeral will be held at 9am on December 20. Both will occur at the Musqueam Community Center, 6777 Salish Drive, Vancouver (Musqueam Reserve), afterwards Elizabeth will be laid to rest in the Musqueam cemetery.
She is dearly missed and will be mourned by her husband, children, grandchildren and friends.
April 27, 1959 - December 1, 2017 Wayne was a skilledcarpenter and boat builder. He was very passionate about Archaeology, and worked for UBC Museum of Anthropology and for the Musqueam Band bringing important insights to his history andhis community. He mademultiple significant finds and changed public perception of his peoples’ heritage. He was an avid hunter and enjoyed passing on his knowledge to those around him, training many a young hunter. He always maintained a great sense of humour, one ofthe traits for which he was known. Wayne loved his family and always enjoyed meeting up with relations when he was traveling. He was proud of his grandkids and spent a great deal of time passing on as much knowledge as he could to them. Survived by: Wife: Margaret Rose Point Children: Tina, Clifford, Carl and Archie Grand Children:William Dennis, Nathan Dennis, Nikki Dennis, Clinton Dennis, Tryon Dennis, Carrie Sparrow-Dennis, Wee-ya Sparrow, Shaun Dennis, Ciara Dennis, Amber Dennis & great grandchild Andre Dennis Siblings: Jesse Point, Aaron Point, Stewart Point (Linda) Nephews and Nieces: Joshua Williams and Linae Marie Point And by many relatives, friends, coworkers from UBC Museum of Anthropology and various of other departments. Predeceased by: Parents: Norma Rose Point, Carl Cagney Point Grand Parents: Dominic Point, Rose Point, Joseph Pettis, Theresa Pettis Uncles, Aunts: Cyrus Point, Phillip Point - Sharon Point, Judith Point, Flavian Point, Joesph Point, Shirley Ned, Corinne James, Archie Charles, William Pettis, Angus Pettis, Edna Douglas, Jackie Pettis Cousins: Darryl Ned, Leo O’Reilly, Theresa O’Reilly, Maureen Point, Lori Point, Clifford Pettis, Joey Pettis, Henry and Christine Pettis, Darlene Pettis, Buddy Pettis
Evening prayers to be on December 6, 2017 at 7pm with the funeral mass held at 10am on December 7. Both will occur at the Musqueam Community Center, 6777 Salish Drive, Vancouver (Musqueam Reserve), afterwards Wayne will be laid to rest in the Musqueam cemetery.
Born October 11, 1944, in Moose Jaw Saskatchewan, Philip Raymond Whittingstall, 73, passed away peacefully on Thursday, October 26, 2017, in Abbotsford, British Columbia.
He is survived by his loving wife Joanna, children Nichola (Michael), Daniel, and Jeremy (Tara), and 5 grandchildren; Naomi, Kaleb, Samuel, Joshua and Benjamin.
Philip was a caring father and dear friend who many called "Uncle Phil". With his broad smile, Philip easily made friends wherever he worked and travelled, and was most at home at the beach or on a sailboat. He will be dearly missed by all who knew him.
Private family visitation, with funeral held on Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017 at noon with public visitation starting at 11:30am. Officiated by Randy Rathjen and Wayne Siewert, held at Fort Langley Evangelical Free Church, 8870 Glover Rd, Fort Langley. Burial will follow at 2pm in the Fort Langley cemetery 23105 St. Andrews Avenue. Reception to follow.
Nikola left this earthly life on Saturday August 19, 2017. He was surrounded by his loving wife Andjelka, sons and family. He has left many family and friends who will mourn his departure.
Evening Trisagion service will be held on Thursday August 24 at 7:00 pm, followed by a vigil for those who would like to stay. The funeral will be held the following morning Friday, August 25 at 10:30 am. All services will be officiated by Father Marko and held at Saint Herman of Alaska Orthodox Church, 7221 198B St, Langley. (directions)
Nikola will be laid to rest in the Fort Langley Cemetery at 1:00 pm that same day. Family reception to be held afterwards.
Flowers may be sent to the church on Thursday at 6pm. Donations are encouraged to the St. Paul's Foundations (link)
It is with sadness that we announce that Ingrid has departed this life for the next. She will be dearly missed by her family, especially her husband Henry and her children. Her extended network of friends and church members in Kelowna and Abbotsford will miss her smile and kindness.
Funeral arrangements in Kelowna have been entrusted to Springfield Funeral home.
Ancient Burials has been asked to assist in the burial, which will take place at the Maclure Road Mennonite Cemetery, 33965 Maclure Road, Abbotsford, on Friday August 11, 2017 at 2pm. There will be a short viewing at the grave followed by a committal service.
There will be a reception following held at Hendersons Fraser Valley.
After a long journey on this earth dear Shamsolhajieh returned to the Great Creator on Saturday April 29. She is missed by her children and grandchildren. Formally of Toronto, Ontario, she will be laid to rest next to her husband Yaghob who predeceased her.
Sadly our dear Grace has left this world to continue her journey in the next where she will be united with her husband and other family.
She was an amazing woman who served her family and community faithfully. She will be dearly missed by her children, extended family and community members.
Prayer services will be held on Thursday April 27, 2017 at 7pm at the Musqueam Community Centre 6777 Salish Drive, with funeral services the following day Friday April 28 at 9am, same location. She will be laid to rest in the Musqueam Cemetery.
The dear Remedios left this earthly life on April 16, 2017 at the age of 89. She leaves behind many who will mourn her, especially her children.
Her funeral will be held at Saint Matthews Roman Catholic Parish, 16079 88th Ave in Surrey, on Saturday April 22, 2017 beginning with a visitation at 1:30 and followed by the Mass of Christian Burial at 2pm which will be officiated by Fr. Nixon D'Silva, SFX.
Remedios will then later be reunited with her husband Arsenio to be buried in the Philippines.
Suddenly passed from this life to the next, Ioan will be missed by his loving wife Maria, children and grandchildren.
He will be laid to rest at Surrey Centre cemetery, 16671 Old McLellan rd, Surrey on Friday February 17 at noon. The graveside committal service will the officiated by Fr. Nicolae Lapuste. Fie ca memoria lui să fie veșnică
Passed away in the early morning of January 28th after a sudden illness, surrounded by family at Vancouver General Hospital.
Elder, Storyteller, and Historian of the Musqueam First Nation, Henry was predeceased by his father Percy, grandparents Henry & Mary George (Burrard), Andrew & Christine Charles (Musqueam), and joins his brothers Clarence, Pody & Stan, and nephew Kingston. Henry is survived by his wife Holly Fairchild, mother Mary, daughter Christie, grandchildren Kimora, Allister & Sophia, sisters Eileen, Luwana, Kathleen, Charlene, brothers Frank, Nolan & Bradley, and step children Andrew (Stephanie), Dakota, and Candace. Henry is also survived by his loyal dog Echo.
Born in 1955, Henry was a lifelong resident of Vancouver, spending his early years living in a heavily wooded area within what is now the UBC Endowment Lands, first with his parents and ten siblings and later with his grandparents. As a young man Henry represented Canada, and more importantly First Nations people, while playing Rugby, Football, and Lacrosse semi-professionally, and he was very proud to be a Meraloma.
After graduating from Point Grey High School and 36 years of service as an employee of the City of Vancouver, Henry retired in 2010 and volunteered as a driver for the 2010 Olympics. Henry was one of five remaining fluent speakers of the Musqueam language and in retirement worked regularly as a Public Speaker, Storyteller, First Nations Historian, and Aboriginal Greeter welcoming people to the traditional Musqueam territories. He was also the Elder for the DUDES Club in Vancouver’s downtown eastside, a support group for men.
A celebration of life funeral service will be held Wednesday February 1st at the Musqueam Community Center, 6777 Salish Drive, Vancouver (Musqueam Reserve) at 9AM afterwards Henry will be laid to rest in the Musqueam cemetery.
May her Memory be Eternal Μπορεί η μνήμη της είναι αιώνια
It is with sadness we announce that on January 10, Smaro Angelopulos fell asleep in the Lord, to be reunited with her loving husband Dimitrios. She was a loving wife, mother, & grandmother. She will be missed by family and friends throughout Greece, Regina, and British Columbia.
A funeral will be held for Smaro on Wednesday January 18, 2017, 10 am at Saints Constatine & Helen Greek Orthodox Church located at 13181 96 Ave, Surrey. Her burial will follow at 11:30am at Valley View Memorial Gardens, 14644 72nd Ave Surrey.
Roy is survived by his wife Marguerite, sons Charlie, Doug and Neil, and grandchildren.
He is a long standing member of the Telephone Pioneers and the Masonic Lodge.
Roy will be laid to rest with a graveside commital service held at Forest Lawn Cemetery, 3789 Royal Oak Ave, Burnaby on Thursday December 29 at 12:30pm. Please meet at the front entrance gate to process down to the plot.
Prayers will be held on on Sunday November 27 at 7pm with a Funeral the following day, Monday November 28 at 9am. She will be greatly missed by her loving family and friends. Services held at the Musqueam Community Centre 6735 Salish Drive, Vancouver
Simona Constantinescu died peacefully in Richmond, BC, on October 8th, at the age of 73, after a courageous fight with the illness. During these difficult times she would never complain of pain or start feeling down, she would always get back on her feet.
Simona is preceded by her husband Florin Dimitrie and her two siblings Stelian and Adriana, and is survived by her two sons Gabriel and Ciprian and her three grandsons Stefan, Damian and Zavier.
We miss you and we cherish all the beautiful moments we had with you, knowing you are in a better place, close to the ones you love that preceded you and lovingly watching over us.
Visitation Saturday October 15, 8:30am, Holy Trinity Romanian Orthodox Church 220 Carnarvon St. New Westminster
Funeral Saturday October 15, 9:30am Holy Trinity Romanian Orthodox Church 220 Carnarvon St., New Westminster
Interment to follow at 11:30am Surrey Centre Cemetery 16671 Old McLellan Rd., Surrey