March 22, 1993 − August 9, 2018 With the deepest sorrow, we announce the sudden and tragic passing of Jordan on August 9th, 2018. At only 25 years of age, Jordan’s time with us was much too short but enriched us all. Jordan was a true free spirit with an infectious smile, opinions on anything and everything, and a mischievous sense of humor. Jordan will be greatly missed by his loving family: parents, Karel and Sharene (Shuster), siblings Jacqueline and Dallas; his soul− mate and life partner, Jasmine, and her loving family (Julie and Hector); living grandparents Celia and Joe; cousins Kyle, Jackson, Colton and Caitlin; aunts and uncles, Traci, Rod, Phil and Sue, as well as numerous loving friends. Jordan’s family requests, with thanks, that all donations be made to the Children’s Hearing & Speech Centre of BC, who, in coordination with BC Children’s Hospital (Dr. Riding) and the late Dr. Patrick Doyle, helped give Jordan the gift of hearing after he received his cochlear implant when he was only 2 years old. Donations to help Jasmine are also appreciated and may be made at Funds for Jazzy on GoFundMe.
Thank you Jordan for inspiring us all through your strength and love. Please take care of Nana Margaret and Grandpa Harvey...and just Chill... we still have some ass to kick on your behalf back here on earth, but we will catch up to all of you on the other side. We will make you proud as you did us. A celebration of life will be held from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM on 2018−08−19 at Musqueam Cultural Center, 4000 Musqueam Avenue, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
A celebration of life will be held from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM on 2018−10−20 at Children’s Hearing & Speech Centre of BC, 3575 Kaslo Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Gary Poirier passed away at Vancouver General Hospital on August 11, 2018. He is survived by his brother Don Poirier (Corinne), 2 nieces, Tyla Frewing and Jamie Pont and 2 nephews Jared Poirier and Jackson Eng and six grand nephews and sister-in-law Nova Bannatyne Eng and he also leaves his wives Gloria and Faye. He was predeceased by his mother, Minerva Black, father, Joseph Poirier, brothers Neil Poirier, Ray Eng, Ian MacFayden and James MacFayden.
Gary was one of the survivors of the Ironworkers Memorial Bridge disaster. He became an ironworker apprentice in 1957 at age 17 with Ironworkers Local 97. Due to a second fall on a job site he was forced to retire early from his career. He did however, continue to keep in touch with his friends in the union and initiated an annual memorial service for the bridge disaster that he attended each year.
Gary loved living in the Downtown East Side, spending time at the Carnegie Centre and living in the Woodwards building. He made many walks throughout the area, with his distinctive walking stick and more recently a walker. His familiar figure will be missed by all who knew him. A funeral service will be held on Friday August 17, 2018 at 10am in the Celebration Hall at Mountainview Cemetery, 5455 Fraser Street, Vancouver, internment to follow. Flowers gratefully declined and in lieu donations may be made to the PHS Housing Society online at http//www.phs.ca or the Cancer Research Society online athttps://www.societederecherchesurlecancer.ca/en/take-action
On August 11, 2018 Arnold left this world for the next. He leaves behind siblings, nieces, nephews and many family and friends who will mourn him. A celebration of life will be held at 11:00am August 16, 2018 at Musqueam Cultural Center, 4000 Musqueam Avenue, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Frank leaves behind his sister Mary and friends to mourn him. He will be returned to his community with a funeral held at 9am on June 24 at the Musqueam Community Center, 6777 Salish Drive, Vancouver (Musqueam Reserve) Afterwards Frank will be laid to rest in the Musqueam cemetery.
Passed away unexpectedly in Vancouver, B.C on June 14, 2018 at the age of 69. Larry is survived by Father John Rice Sr. His loving partner of 20 years - Serena George. Children: Derek, Carol, Chamain, Meade, Venancia (Cody)
Siblings: Brian, Patrick, Michael, Marilyn, Karen, Daniel, Doreen, and John. He was a loving caring; Dad, Poppa, Uncle, Brother and friend.
Predeceased by: Amanda Johnny (grandmother) Lillian Rice (Mother) Arlene (sister) Charlie (Son) Veronica (daughter) After 43 years as a longshoreman he retired at the age of 63. His passion for soccer continued to shine bright with his participation and contribution to Totem Soccer throughout his later years. An evening prayer service will be held at 7pm on Tuesday June 19 with funeral held at 9am on June 20. Both will occur at the Musqueam Community Center, 6777 Salish Drive, Vancouver (Musqueam Reserve) Afterwards Larry will be laid to rest in the Musqueam cemetery.
Dad was a rare soul. He found joy in every situation and loved everyone he met. He leaves behind his daughters Elisa and Tracey (Roni), granddaughter Wilsyn, Michael and many Smiths, Mandolis, Krenzi, Katinies, numerous other friends and family. He also leaves a rich legacy of love, music and very bad jokes. A private gathering has been held in his honour.
Norma departed this life on Wednesday April 25, surrounded by family. She was a matriarch within her family, who are now mourning the loss. She leaves behind a loving husband, children, uncles, aunties, cousins and many more.
In accordance with the traditions handed down to the family her return to the Musqueam community will be on Sunday April 29 to be received by the family at 3pm. A Shaker funeral will be held at 9am on April 30. Both will occur at the Musqueam Community Center, 6777 Salish Drive, Vancouver (Musqueam Reserve).
May her journey continue and her teachings remain strong.
Patricia left this world on April 20, 2018. Her dad, brothers, aunties and uncles and extended family and friends will miss her immensely.
Patricia will return to the Musqueam community on Friday April 27 to be received by the family at 3pm. A funeral mass will be held at 10am on April 28. Both will occur at the Musqueam Community Center, 6777 Salish Drive, Vancouver (Musqueam Reserve), afterwards Patricia will be laid to rest in the Musqueam cemetery.