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Friday, May 6, 2011

CLASSIFIEDS 1060 Community Notices ATTENTION RESIDENTIAL school survivors! If you received the CEP (Common Experience Payment), you may be eligible for further Cash Compensation. To see if you qualify, phone toll free 1-877988-1145 now. Free service!

1060 Community Notices REACH BEYOND your community! Place a 25-word classified in 123 BC and Yukon newspapers for only $395. Call Shelley for details: 604885-4811, ext. 260.

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CONVERT YOUR old records and tapes to noise free CD’s. Also, records bought & sold. Good Sounds. 604-885-0476. FAMILY RADIO shortwave 9505-31M, Mon-Fri 5:30pm7:00pm. regarding May 21, 2011.

Remembrances and donations will assist the

 Sunshine Coast  Hospice Society

Box 902, Sechelt, BC V0N 3A0 in maintaining the two-bed hospice. Hospice volunteers are available for grief and bereavement support at 604-740-1360.

Please give to the

FOOD BANK

Salvation Army Food Bank 604-886-3665 Sechelt Food Bank 604-885-5881, ext. #240

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Celebration of Life for

JOHN SMART Friends of John’s are invited to join the family on Sunday, May 15, at the Cedars Inn, Gibsons to honour John’s life and share some memories. A hot lunch will be available 12:30 to 1 p.m.

Erna

KRUMPITZ

Celebration of Life Friends and neighbours are invited to join the family in a Celebration of Erna’s Life on Saturday, May 14, 2:00 pm, at Harmony Hall in Gibsons.

Laverne J. LAUNDER July 3, 1936 – May 7, 2010 My Gardener It’s been a year since you were called to work on Heaven’s garden plots. I’ll bet you’ve had the greenhouse built and lined the walks with forget-me-nots. Dear Heart ~ we water with tears. With love, Bob, Jill, Vince and families XO

JAY POMFRET October 24, 1953 – May 3, 2010

604-885-4811 1090 Funeral Services

DEVLIN FUNERAL HOME & CREMATORY Serving The Sunshine Coast Local or Distant Burial and Cremation Funerals Memorial Services • Monuments Contract Funeral Home for the Memorial Society of BC Box 648, Gibsons, B.C. V0N 1V0

D.A. (Dan) Devlin

604-886-9551 579 Seaview, Gibsons

1110 Information Wanted SEEKING WITNESSES or information about a hit and run accident on Wynn Road outside Gibsons Post Office on Tues., April 26 at 8:30am. Damaged a silver Toyota Camry. 604-886-4890.

1120 Found FOUND: CAT, all grey neutered male tabby, tattoo #ECT99 on Trident Ave., Sechelt; also large, black, unneutered male cat, long haired on Mountain View Rd., Gibsons. Call Happy Cat Haven 604-886-2407.

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1125 Lost LOST: CAT, 2 yr. old Bengal, spotted, neutered; Lower Road near Joe, Roberts Creek. 604-886-0793.

1135 Personal Messages DATING SERVICE. Longterm/short-term relationships, call now. 1-877-297-9883. Exchange voice messages, voice mailboxes. 1-888-5346984. Live adult casual conversations-1on1, 1-866-3119640, Meet on chat-lines. Local single ladies.1-877-8045381. (18+).

Art Alexander It is with great shock and sadness we announce the untimely death of Art Alexander on April 27, 2011. He was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1927 to Mary and Lyall Alexander. Art always enjoyed life to the fullest, savouring hunting, fishing, golf and many other athletic activities. He excelled at business endeavours, and while working at National Cash Register became one of their top sales people nationwide. When his interest in this career waned in the early 1970s, he decided to go into real estate, starting Art Alexander Realty Ltd., a well known company on the Coast and in Vancouver. Always a great supporter of the local economy, he will always be remembered as one of the partners whose inspiration led to the building of the Pender Harbour Shopping Centre. Left to grieve his loss are his brothers Jack (Vancouver) and Ted (Garden Bay); sister Mary Lou (Bruno) of Qualicum; nephew Roman Pasqualotto, Crista Holmes, Lisa and Rick Clements, Frid Eva Storeng (Bill), Viivi Alexander, Scott McQuitty and many other friends and relatives. Art, you wrote down you did not want to be a burden. Please understand you were never, ever a burden. It was so hard to see you struggle with your normal, so quickly handled routines in the last few months. May you be a peace now and your burdens erased. Art’s wishes were to have no service, but there has been a request for a celebration of life at a future date.

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COLLISS

Passed away on April 28, 2011 at the age of 91. Predeceased by her loving husband, William (Budd) Colliss. Survived by son Stan (Sue) of Coquitlam; daughters Barb (Larry) Ference of New Westminster, Bette (Bob) Matthews of Prince George and Susan (Terry) Bride of South Africa; grandchildren Cindy (Boyd) and Bryan (Shamaine) Ference, Sara (Terry) Wilk, Brad Colliss, Chris ( Jenn) Stone, Cindy Matthews, Tracey and Bart Bride; great-grandchildren Lucas, Marcus, Trey and Devon Ference, Kolby Stone and Logan Matthews. No service by request. In lieu of flowers, donations to charity of choice. The family extends sincere thanks and appreciation to the Eagle Ridge Hospital C2B nursing staff and to the caring staff at the Madison Care Centre where Louise resided for the past three years.

Marion Margeorie

COOK

(nee Whyte) January 6, 1924 ~ April 11, 2011

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FOUND: PICTURE, in book fr. Salvation Army of a little girl, the back reads “ To: Grandma Iggy Love Always Mousie Age 2.5 yrs.” Call 604-740-1826. FOUND: The BC/SPCA has found the following stray animal. This a general description only. CAT: Female domestic longhaired tabby near Ravens Cry Theatre, Sechelt. People missing pets are requested to call for more information: 604-740-0301.

In lieu of flowers, please send a donation to the St. Mary’s Hospital Auxiliary, a group Art’s mother Mary supported and worked with for many years.

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Marion spent most of her life in Sechelt as the devoted wife and mom of the late Manford Cook and Shirley Jones. She was active with the Seniors, the Legion, the St. Mary’s Thrift Store and as a visitor at Totem Lodge. Marion enjoyed family and the simple things in life such as a walk, drive, cards, slots or plane ride (that didn’t crash!). Marion was a trickster who loved a good laugh. One had to be wary when Marion and Eve were together – not a single unsuspecting person ever got away without a “Royal Flush” in the face! Marion will be missed by her grandchildren Brad (Christine), Heather (Lance), Brenda (Nicolas), seven grandkids, many siblings, son-in-law Gord, Betty and all her other friends. Nan, you were an incredible woman who taught us to laugh and love life.We thank you and love you.

No service by request.

Bill Clark Born December 15, 1930 in Vancouver, BC, current resident of Chilliwack, long-time resident of the Sunshine Coast, passed away peacefully after a long and courageous battle, on April 16, 2011 at Chilliwack Cascade Hospice. Bill is survived by his wife Rita and three sons, Bill (Cathy), Bruce (Kathryn) and Blair (Sharie), eight grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren. Bill loved tennis and was a founding member of the Richmond Tennis Club, but after an accident left him unable to play, his focus changed to golf. He was a longtime member of the Sunshine Coast Golf and Country Club. Bill was also past president of both the Sunshine Coast Salmon Enhancement Society and the Sunshine Coast Shrine Club. Special thanks to the medical team and Dr. H. Bright for all the care and attention, palliative nurse Laura and all the staff at Cascade Hospice, in particular Jacqueline, who was with him to the end. A celebration of Bill’s life will be held at the Chilliwack Golf and Country Club at 41894 Yale Road West, Chilliwack, BC on Monday, June 20 from 1 to 3 p.m. If friends so desire, in lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the Shriners’ Children Travelling Fund or the Chilliwack Cascade Hospice Society.


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