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1929 - 2012 Donald Daniel Shirk (Dan or Don), aged 83, of Nanaimo, B.C. died on July 27, 2012 at the Nanaimo Regional General Hospital after a valiant ďŹ ght with the complications of sugar diabetes. Dan was born in 1929 in Vancouver, B.C. to Grace Sentell (Shirk). He spent his childhood and early working years in the Vancouver area. He was hired by the Northwest Telephone Company and later by the B.C. Telephone Company. Subsequently, the position required that he transfer to Powell River. In Powell River in 1954, 1954 Dan married a widow named Elsa Martha Palmer (nee Berg). He also assumed responsibility for Elsa’s four-year-old daughter, Phyllis Elaine. Later their son, Thomas Alexander Shirk was born. Dan was a good provider, rarely missing work. In his younger years, he was a member of the Loyal Order of the Moose, belonged to an active crib club, and enjoyed square dancing. In his spare time, and with encouragement from his in-laws, he learned wood working skills. He completed many carpentry projects and in future years did home renovations for his son and stepdaughter. He was inventive, talented at making something out of nothing, the “King of recycling.â€? Dan retired D ti d from f the th B.C. B C Telephone Tl h Company C in i 1984 and moved with his wife to Nanaimo to be close to his children. He participated in social functions with the Telephone Pioneers of America in which he was a lifetime member. In his twilight years, when his health deteriorated years deteriorated, he persevered and quit smoking, with support from his physician, Dr. Mander. He demonstrated a tremendous will to live. Dan is survived and sadly missed by his stepdaughter, Elaine Leigh; his son, Tom ShirK; grandson, Chris Leigh and his wife Veva; and his great grandchildren, Emma and Izzabella Leigh of Nanaimo, as well as his half brother, Harry Conn of Nanoose. In lieu of owers, donations may be sent to the B.C. Diabetes Association at #1 – 4166 Departure Bay Road, Nanaimo, B.C., V9T 4B7 or online at www.diabetes.ca.

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Emily E Em mily ly Co Con C nstan nce ce (C (C (Connie) Emily Emily m y passed ssed awa awayy peaceful p f llllly wit with ith th her h daughters at herr sid side s e July ly 331, 1, 2012 at a Nan Nanaimo Regional N General Hospit Hospita Hospital, ospital, al, Palliativee Care C Ca Unit. She was predeceased pre ppredeceas redeceaseedd by he hher er husban hhusband band b of 56 years, Williaam m (Bill) (Bill M Maclauch Maclau uch chla hlan, in 2002. Connie is suurv rvvived byy her tw twoo ddaughters: Anne (Hugh) Reid R eid, of Nanaimo an BC B BC, C,, Lorraine Maclauchlan of Kam Kamloops K amlo loopss BC; cousin cousin, in, Bob (Anne) Constable of Calgary, ary, A ary, Alber lberta;; nie niece, Doreen Maclauchlan of Gibsons BC; C and and nephew, Jim Maclauchlan of Costa Ricca. Connie C i waas born b iin C Calgary, l Alb Alberta t J January 13 13, 1919. Shee worked in Calgary during the war and in 1946 married Bill, upon his return from service in Enngland. Shortly thereafter they moved to Westbaank (West Kelowna) B.C. In 1965 the family mooved to Nanaimo, where Connie was very activve in numerous charities, in particular the I.O O.D.E. D E She was very dedicated to her ffamily il andd also spent many hours fund raising to support Scholarships for young woman to attend Universityy. She was an excellent homemaker and an avid reader, loved camping with with her heer family, picnics, baaking, and traveling inn their thheir ir motorh motorhom motorhome motorhome. She was thhe “glue� for our clo los ose-knit -knit k fam family. a There will be no service by request. equest. Donatio D Donations ns may be made to the charity rity of of choice, oice, if so dede desired, andd will be veryy much m mu apprecia appreciated appr app reccia ciaate ated. ted edd. d Many thanks to the w wonderful onderful ddoctors octors ors aan and nd nursn ses in the Palliative vee Care C Unit at thhhe Nana Nanaimo aimo mo R Ree gional Hospital. Arrang nge gements ments entruste entrusted to t Telford’s of Nan Naanaimo naim imo (25 (250)59 250)5 )5991 91-6644. -66444

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Notice of Annual General Meeting NYSA’s Annual General Meeting will be held on Monday, September 17, 2012 at 5:00pm 290 Bastion Street, Nanaimo BC The meeting with be held for the following purposes... To receive the report of the Directors to Members as follows: R Annual Report of NYSA operations R 2011/12 Financial Report R Election OfďŹ cers R Vote on special Resolution for the charity’s amended objective The 2011/12 nominating committee will present the slate of candidates for election to the Board of Directors identiďŹ ed through their formal candidate search. Members of the general public are welcome to attend.

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August 09, 2012 edition of the Nanaimo News Bulletin

Nanaimo News Bulletin, August 09, 2012  

August 09, 2012 edition of the Nanaimo News Bulletin