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BLACK HAWK DOWN This falcon appears to be surrendering as Oprah, the resident osprey at The Dunes at Kamloops Golf Course, swoops in. KTW reader Gordon Gore, who has been documenting the lives of ospreys in Westsyde, came across this stunning scene during a recent visit to the course. It seems the falcon was busy attacking an immature ring-billed gull when the commotion attracted Oprah. With the osprey nest a mere 100 yards away, and with that nest harbouring baby Ozzie, Oprah likely felt threatened and decided to dive bomb the falcon/gull fight and clear the area of any other birds.

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Which way do we go? One way or two? JESSICA WALLACE STAFF REPORTER jessica@kamloopsthisweek.com

RIBS AND RODS Relive Ribfest and Hot Nite in the City via our photo gallery of the two events on page A12.

A Kamloops city councillor is resurrecting discussion to scrap one-way streets downtown in a bid to improve business and pedestrian access. Coun. Denis Walsh called one-way streets — which are located on Seymour Street, Lansdowne Street, First Avenue and Third Avenue — restrictive and outdated. He said one-way streets create highway-like conditions for vehicles passing through and discourage foot and bicycle traffic in the core at a time when people are increasingly seeking alternative transportation. He said the majority of drivers using the one-way streets do so to pass through the downtown core to other parts of the city, rather than to shop. “I think we’re strangling our growth of our downtown by having an arterial highway splitting our city,” he said. City engineering manager Deven Matkowski said one-way streets were implemented downtown in the late 1980s as a way to enhance traffic flow. One-way streets exist in pairs downtown — east-west on Lansdowne and Seymour streets and north-south on First and Third avenues — creating corridors that allow smooth traffic in one direction.

If removed, it is expected the same volume of vehicles would not be able to get downtown. Discussion about scrapping one-way streets downtown is not new. It came up during the last time the city underwent downtown planning in the early 2000s. Ultimately, they remained, with Walsh maintaining it is a polarizing issue that stems on “car-centric people who think automobile is king.” For that reason, Walsh wants to gauge public desire for such an initiative before bringing forward any notice of motion on the matter. Asked if pushing for such a change constitutes a conflict of interest for him — Walsh owns two businesses downtown (The Vic and MovieMart) — he said the improvements would benefit the area as a whole and noted his businesses are located on two-way streets. The Vic is at the corner of Victoria Street and Fourth Avenue and MovieMart is at the corner of St. Paul Street and Fourth Avenue. The city is wrapping up community engagement on the downtown plan, with the final plan expected to be adopted sometime this year. The plan will guide land use in the downtown, Sagebrush and West End neighbourhoods for the next two decades.

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Back to school safety tips for kids, parents As children head back to school, they and their parents have lots to do to be ready for the first days of school. Clothing and supplies may be top priorities, but families also should focus on safety as the first day of school draws close. The following are some key tips families can keep in mind to ensure a healthy and happy upcoming school year: BUS SAFETY The majority of busrelated injuries occur while students are boarding and getting off the bus. While at the bus stop, children must remember to stay at least five large steps away from the road and wait to board until the driver says so. When leaving the bus, students should make sure there is no oncoming traffic and wait for a signal from the bus driver before crossing busy streets.

While on the bus, observe the rules and stay seated at all times. Keep the center aisle clear of backpacks. WALKING/BIKING SAFETY School tends to begin during the morning rush hour, so students must exercise extreme caution when walking or biking to school. Stick to sidewalks whenever possible when walking. Cyclists should follow the rules of the road, including riding in the same direction as traffic. Choose the safest route as a family and practice it before the first day of school. BACKPACK SAFETY Choose an ergonomically designed backpack to enhance safety and comfort. Backpacks should weigh no more than five to 10 per cent of the child’s body weight and rolling backpacks should be avoided since they are a tripping hazard.

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DID YOU KNOW? The Columbia River, eponym of Columbia Street, had been named Rio de San Roque until its 1792 “discovery” by an American, who named it after his ship. — Kamloops Museum and Archives

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Downtown Kamloops’ latest mural, its 31st, is being created by local artist Zach Abney and graces the west wall of the Paramount Theatre at Victoria Street and Fifth Avenue. The mural, which was a popular subject of conversation during this past weekend’s Hot Nite in the City event, features images of scenes from films that have been screened in the venerable theatre, which is now operated by the Kamloops Film Society. For more on the artist, go online to zacabneyart.com.

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A Kamloops middle school teacher who kissed a former student without her permission and who showed her shirtless photos of himself has been suspended by the B.C.’s Commissioner for Teacher Regulation. Brett Edward Wasylik, who taught at Brock Middle School last year, attended a Nov. 12, 2016, celebration dinner with a sports team at a Kamloops restaurant, where he noticed a former student working as a hostess. According to a consent resolution agreement issued this month by the commissioner, Wasylik told the former student, who was not named, that she was looking “f—ing hot.” He then showed her two photos on his cellphone — one of him with a most valuable player trophy and another a professionally taken photo of him shirtless — while he was observed by others to be standing very close to the former student. He also hugged her. Wasylik said he showed her the photos because he was “a bit embarrassed” by them.

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While having dinner on the patio, Wasylik called out to his former student twice — telling her to “come here” — when she walked by and asked her to join the celebration when she was finished her shift. He also told another server at the restaurant that he had been the former student’s teacher. “His conduct made the former student feel uncomfortable,” the agreement states. When the former student’s shift ended, she declined Wasylik’s offer to walk her to her car, but Wasylik insisted and put his arm around her. The former student gestured to a co-worker to indicate she was uncomfortable with the situation. As the former student was about to get into her car, Wasylik told her, “I’m not going to kiss you, just your neck,” which he did. She then drove away and, noted the commissioner, was upset by Wasylik’s behavior. The restaurant manager then told Wasylik that he was not welcome in the restaurant. “Wasylik responded by saying words to the effect that the manager did not have to worry about him because he had been her teacher.

Wasylik agreed to leave the restaurant,” the commissioner said in the resolution agreement. “Wasylik was persistent in continuing his conduct towards the former student when it should have been apparent to him that it was unwelcome, and then insisted on accompanying her to a private setting where he initiated physical contact with her.” In an agreed statement of facts issued by the commissioner, Wasylik admitted his conduct was unbecoming and contrary to the Standards for the Education, Competence and Professional Conduct of Educators in British Columbia. He accepted a two-day suspension of his certificate of qualification, which is to be served before Oct. 31. Wasylik previously served a three-day suspension from School District 73 in November 2016 for the same incident and was required to complete the Reinforcing Respectful Professional Boundaries course at the Justice Institute of British Columbia. Wasylik obtained his master of education degree from Thompson Rivers University in 2017 and has been a teacher since 2001.

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The Kamloops Rivershore Golf Links Ladies’ Group hit the greens on Tuesday morning with 60 golfers to fundraise for Kamloops Hospice Association and Kamloops Food Bank. From left: Nancy Portman, Anne Lewis and Joyce Fraser watch as event co-ordinator Ans Kirwin tees off on the 14th hole. DAVE EAGLES/KTW

Study says downtown parking in Kamloops is adequate BUT CITY COUNCIL WANTS TO DEVELOP A STRATEGY TO IMPROVE TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS IN THE CORE JESSICA WALLACE

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Kamloops council wants more engagement with the business community and others on a strategy to improve transportation options downtown. Council has unanimously supported a call for further engagement and additional workshop time on the downtown transportation choices strategy. Councillors Mike O’Reilly and Kathy Sinclair want to hear more from the business community, while Coun. Dale Bass wants to engage neighbourhood associations outside of the city’s core. “I just think that if we’re going to talk about stopping people from driving downtown, we need to talk to the people who are driving downtown,” Bass said. Council received an update on Tuesday at a committee of the whole meeting. The city retained contractor WSP for $100,000 to develop the strategy. Council previously nixed a

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and continuing to improve facilities and services. No price tags for such initiatives are or will be included in the plan. Though optimistic about proposed green transportation initiatives, Coun. Kathy Sinclair said she has heard of a long-term parking shortage downtown as council liaison for the Kamloops Central Business Improvement Association. Coun. Mike O’Reilly added big brands seeking space downtown require 50 to 75 stalls within a two-block radius. Others council wants asked to the table include BC Transit and the BC Sustainable Energy Association. A stakeholders workshop will be held on Sept. 6 and a public open house will be held at the Kamloops Regional Farmers’ Market on Sept. 7. Discussion will return to council chambers during another committee of the whole meeting, at a later date to be determined.

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parking study at that price tag and redirected staff to expand the scope to include opportunities to increase alternative transportation. On Tuesday, council heard downtown parking is adequate for the next five years, with a limited number of locations expected to exceed capacity in the next decade. Available stalls were counted on weekdays and during an event, in addition to a survey distributed to businesses and via the city’s Let’s Talk page. Though it found the number of stalls to be adequate, the review determined the parking spaces could be better managed. Other recommendations at the preliminary stage include hiring or reassigning staff as a full-time transportation choices strategy, creating a program to encourage alternative transportation among city staff so they can “walk the walk,” creating a workplace travel program toolkit, creation of a bike rack inventory, working with service providers to launch car and e-bike sharing

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A rainbow crosswalk will be installed at Second Avenue and Seymour Street, between St. Andrews on the Square and the Kamloops Museum and Archives, following a decision by city council on Tuesday. Kamloops Pride requested the city install a rainbow crosswalk downtown as a permanent symbol of inclusivity and pledged to cover a quarter of the cost — $1,500 of the estimated $6,000 bill. “We think it will serve as a really great welcome to folks visiting the farmers’ market or accessing downtown from St. Paul Street,” Kamloops Pride president Sam Numsen said. “We think it’s going to look lovely and it’s right on the major thoroughfare of Seymour there, so it should serve as a really nice bright entrance to folks coming into the downtown.” Staff recommended Second

Avenue and Seymour Street, due to its volume of vehicular and pedestrian traffic, proximity to the nearby Kamloops Farmers’ Market and link to Kamloops Pride’s parade route. The decision, however, did not come without controversy. The city initially estimated the cost of the crosswalk to be $10,000, which irked some in the community. The estimated cost was based on a high-quality, durable material that would last much longer than a typical crosswalk. Since then, the city received a more accurate quote on the costs, which came in $4,000 lower. A local road-marking firm gave the quote to the city based on installation using a longlasting methyl methacrylate paint. The estimate includes labour, supplies and traffic control. Numsen said he is pleased the city was able to lower the price tag. Asked if he was surprised

by some of the negative comments, he said he tries to ignore them. In most cases throughout B.C., costs to install rainbow crosswalks on public streets have been covered by municipalities. “When you do this sort of equity-seeking work, it can be really difficult to stay positive and focused on the big picture,” Numsen said. “These are people’s identities and lives that are up for discussion, it seems at times, and I think what’s important to remember is this crosswalk symbolizes, really, a community that is often disproportionately under-resourced, persecuted and discriminated against in big and small ways.” The crosswalk will be paid for under the city’s traffic signs and road markings operating budget. The crosswalk is expected to be installed within four to six weeks. This year’s Kamloops Pride Parade will take place on Aug. 25.

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Members of the Spirit Warriors take part in the Carnation Ceremony during Saturday’s Kamloops Dragon Boat Festival in Riverside Park. The ceremony recognized those who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, those who are in remission, those who live day to day with the diagnosis and those who have passed away. More photos from the dragon boat festival can be seen online at kamloopsthisweek.com, under the Community tab.

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Diesel in river closes water-treatment plant SHUTDOWN WAS DONE OUT OF AN ‘ABUNDANCE OF CAUTION,’ WITH NO IMPACT ON DRINKING WATER JESSICA WALLACE

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The City of Kamloops temporarily shut down its water treatment plant last Thursday after diesel was detected in the South Thompson River. City utility services manager Greg Wightman said the approximate two-hour shutdown was undertaken out of an “abundance of caution,”

with no health risk to the city’s water supply, situated downstream. The city got word of the incident from the Ministry of Environment spill response team around 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, after the ministry was notified via its spill response call-in line. Wightman said the city immediately jumped into its emergency response process, shutting down the water treatment plant

on River Street and working with the ministry to determine the size of the spill. Kamloops Fire Rescue personnel viewed the diesel by boat. “After seeing the size and working closely with the Ministry of Environment and Interior Health, we didn’t feel that the size of the spill was going to cause any health concerns for water, as far as the water intake,”

Wightman said. No precise quantity has been determined, but sporadic spotting was identified floating on the water’s surface, similar to the appearance of oil. In addition to the small quantity, the floating nature of diesel also lessened the impacts, with the water intake below the water. The water treatment plant was closed from approximately 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Residents would not have noticed water supply impacts. Wightman said the city’s reservoirs were “quite high” at the time, about 80 per cent full or more, due to summer reserves stockpiled in case of wildfires. “Essentially, we stopped producing water for about an hour-and-a-half, two hours, but we were still able to supply everyone and the city with water, using the water that

was in the reservoirs,” he said. “I don’t think anyone would have seen any impacts at all yesterday. “There wouldn’t have been any drop in water pressure, or volume, or quantity. Nothing. And absolutely no health impacts at all.” The diesel was determined to be entering the river from a drainage outfall — essentially an open

pipe that dumps catch basin and manhole drainage into the South Thompson — at the end of Peter Road in Valleyview. “We know the area, certainly, but what caused that, we’re leaving that with the Ministry of Environment to determine at this point,” Wightman said. KTW is awaiting a call back from the Ministry of Environment.

False alarm clears rec centre More frequent testing stemming from a deadly ammonia leak in Fernie two years ago wore out a sensor and triggered a false alarm at the Brock Recreation Centre in Kamloops Monday night. City of Kamloops civic operations manager Jeff Putnam said city staff more frequently tests ammonia sensors in each of its ice plants, in light of new procedures that followed the Oct. 17, 2017, tragedy in Fernie that killed three men who were trying to fix an ice-maker in the Kootenay’s town’s arena. In Kamloops, city staff previously conducted tests several times a year, but now

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LOCAL NEWS SUN RISES IN ABERDEEN MALL

Sunrise Records is now open in Aberdeen Mall and district manager Russell Crowe is planning an official grand opening within a couple of weeks. Sunrise sells music on CD and vinyl, as well as movies, TV, apparel, games, electronics and gifts. It has locations in nine provinces across Canada and nine stores in B.C. The chain was founded in Toronto in 1977 and marked a major expansion in 2017 with the purchase of HMV Canada’s assets after that company went belly-up. Sunrise bought 70 of the former store’s locations. That expansion went a step further this past February of this year, when the chain bought out HMV altogether, including 100 stores across the United Kingdom. DAVE EAGLES/KTW

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RCMP seek witnesses to fatal crash on Highway 1 Police are asking for witnesses to a fatal crash near Kamloops to come forward. On Aug. 9 at 9:45 p.m., the driver of a motorcycle travelling westbound on Highway 1, near the Lafarge exit east of the city, collided with a deer. The collision caused the driver to fall off the motorcycle, after which he was struck by one or more vehicles. Police say the drivers of the vehicles that struck the fallen motorcyclists may not have realized they had hit a person on the road. Anyone who was in the area at the time, including drivers of commercial vehicles, is asked to contact RCMP Central Interior Traffic Services at 250-8283111.

Canco gas station robbed Kamloops Mounties are searching for a man who robbed a North Shore gas station on the weekend. Police were called to the Canco gas station at 228 Tranquille Rd. at 11:10 p.m. on Friday after the holdup. Mounties say a white man short in stature — standing about 5-foot-5 — walked into the gas station store with a black hoodie over this head. He gave an empty bag to the clerk and demanded it be filled with money from the till. No weapons were seen and nobody was injured during the heist. Anybody with information on the robbery is asked to contact Kamloops RCMP at 250-828-300 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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ased on online comments and considering the vote tallies thus far in our weekly online Question of the Week, it seems there is not a massive appetite among KTW readers for the elimination of one-way streets downtown. The fate of the one-way corridors — with the focus more on Seymour Street than Lansdowne Street or First and Third avenues — becomes a topic du jour every so often and has again this week, thanks to comments from Coun. Denis Walsh. As is noted on today’s front page, Walsh has suggested the city again look at possibly turning downtown one-way streets into twoway routes, arguing the latter are more pedestrian-friendly and better for businesses. However, having a few one-way streets — east-west on Lansdowne and Seymour streets and northsouth on First and Third avenues — does wonders to keep the flow of traffic moving. Every major city has such streets for similar reasons. Anybody who has driven in Vancouver, Seattle, Portland or San Francisco knows how the one-way streets help immensely in getting around the cities. While it is true a one-way thoroughfare like Seymour Street is not as welcoming to pedestrians as is Victoria Street, there are ways city council and staff can enhance such roads. Last summer’s pedestrian plaza on Fourth Avenue, between Seymour and Victoria, is a prime example. With the city looking at developing a strategy to improve transportation options downtown, now is the time to gather ideas from within Kamloops and from other cities on how to improve not only one-way corridors, but all of downtown. Open houses last year on the Downtown Plan yielded a variety of suggestions that can possibly be incorporated into ideas that flow from the transportation options talk.

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rumbeats reverberate in my chest as dancers of all ages, from across the region, filter into the centre of the arbour. An Indigenous veteran in a navy blue suit and a tiny boy in colourful regalia walk across the grass as voices rise around us. Words can’t adequately express the range of beauty, determination and culture represented at the Kamloopa Pow Wow and this, the 40th annual, may have been the biggest one yet. Kamloops council was fortunate to have a ground-level view of ceremonial dancers, singers and drummers at the powwow earlier this month as we were again invited by Tk’emlups te Secwépemc Kukpi7 (Chief) Rosanne Casimir and council to walk in the Grand Entry. Affirming the language, traditions and heritage of our Indigenous friends is something I don’t take lightly. I first had the chance to participate in Grand Entry last year. Acknowledging our region’s colonial history, as a person of settler heritage, I felt incredibly humbled to participate. The UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People (UNDRIP), adopted in 2007, affirms that Indigenous peoples are equal to all other peoples and recognizes they have suffered from historic injustices as a result of colonization and dispossession of their lands, territories and resources. UNDRIP recognizes the urgent need to respect and promote the inherent rights of Indigenous peoples, to respect and promote

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CITY HALL their rights and to welcome the fact they are organizing themselves for political, economic, social and cultural enhancement. The City of Kamloops and Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc have made working together a priority and Kamloops Mayor Ken Christian and Casimir have set a strong tone for this term. This past February, the two governments signed a Letter of Understanding outlining a basis for working together in the spirit of co-operation and partnership. TteS Coun. Thomas Blank and I are co-chairs of the new Joint Culture and Heritage Committee, on which TteS Coun. Jeanette Jules and Kamloops Coun. Sadie Hunter (supported by senior staff) also participate. We discuss ongoing process and protocols, along with specific projects, such as a potential cultural centre at the former Stuart Wood elementary and interpretive signage on McArthur Island. The city’s external relations manager has been taking Secwépemctsín classes and, thanks

to TteS language co-ordinator Ted Gottfriedson, I’ve begun studying it as well. It’s a fascinating way to learn about the culture and customs of a people who were on this land thousands of years before my own ancestors. Kamloops council has also been made familiar with UNDRIP, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission calls to action for municipalities and the BC Heritage Conservation Act. Twice a year, TteS and Kamloops participate in a Community to Community Forum, during which topics of importance are discussed. TteS and Kamloops staff are in regular contact on an ongoing basis on many topics, from event planning to development opportunities. The recent collaboration on the Xget’tem’ Trail is just one example of this, while the No. 18 Mt Paul transit route, which began less than a year ago and which I hope to see expand, is another. TteS and Kamloops councils also played a friendly game of slopitch last year at the rehabilitated Tyee Ball Park. I speak on behalf of each of my colleagues when I say we work on a strong relationship with our neighbours not only because it’s important, but because we want to. With sustained efforts and respect, I believe the relationship between the two governments will continue to grow and thrive. We may not be able to undo the past, but together we can work toward a better future. Kathy Sinclair is a Kamloops councillor and can be reached by email at ksinclair@kamloops.ca.


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SHAME THE TREE TERRORISTS

DON’T FORGET TRUMP’S ROLE IN KASHMIR CRISIS Editor: Re: Gwynne Dyer’s column of Aug. 9 (‘Kashmir, the wounded civilization, strikes back’): Dyer’s analysis of the situation in Kashmir is correct, but misses one important contributing factor. U.S. President Donald Trump wants to get out of Afghanistan before the next U.S. election and he has asked for Pakistan’s help to do this. Essentially, he wants Pakistan to take over the U.S. war against the Taliban in Afghanistan. In order to accomplish this, Trump has reversed the suspension of U.S. military aid to Pakistan and his government has been instrumental in facilitating a US$6 billion loan to Pakistan from the International Monetary Fund. Pakistan is now in the paradoxical position of harbouring the Taliban in its northwestern territories (the so-called tribal areas), while agreeing to become the U.S. proxy in the war in Afghanistan. From India’s point of view, this looks like an impending alliance between the Afghani-Taliban and Pakistan along India’s western border, so Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is moving pre-emptively to defend his country. The end result may well be as Dyer describes it, but the U.S. is complicit in accelerating this conflict. Robert W. Doull Naramata (Editor’s note: The letter writer is owner of Kamloops This Week and travelled along the line of control in Kashmir in 2014. He was detained for questioning by the Indian army in Srinagar, but was released when it was determined KTW did not have an editorial policy that undermined Indian security in the area.)

Editor: The KTW article of Aug. 9 (‘Attack on trees kills 11 mature pines’) notes that urban terrorists attacked our city’s trees in Aberdeen. The fact is these trees have been there a long time, likely before many residents moved in, thus they knew the view was obstructed when moving to that part of Aberdeen.

Their desire to remove these trees is wanton selfishness. These entitled people need to be found, shamed, fined and given community service. The city needs to get its act together to ensure we have trees and that they are protected — in public and private spaces. Heritage trees give us so much. Why are we giving out tree coupons if we are

FIRE HAZARD AND EYESORE

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Editor: The city stopped cutting the grass on the boulevard area of Aberdeen Drive and Pacific Way two years ago. It is now a real fire hazard, not to mention an eyesore in the community. When I called the city, I was told we residents should cut the grass. We are a community of seniors and would have to hire someone at a cost of $500. Isn’t this why we pay taxes? Is the city now like Walmart, cutting back on staff and letting taxpayers do the work? Darlene Sharp Kamloops

Editor: On July 19, the city changed garbage pickup from lane to curbside on North Shore. I complained and a city employee told me the new fleet of trucks are 16 inches wider than the old trucks. The lanes haven’t shrunk, but the city has the wrong equipment. Through no fault of residents, we are forced to haul containers to the curb and my street now looks like a lane. This is poor planning. If you are affected, contact mayor and council or email me at higerry19@gmail.com. G. Willerton Kamloops

RAILWAY WAS THERE FIRST Editor: Re: The Aug. 7 KTW series of stories on railways in the city (‘Railway woes in Kamloops: About that train yard’): There have always been residences next to the CP railyard and what used to be a sawmill/lumber yard operation where Pioneer Park is today. Back then, people never complained about noise. They knew they lived next to the railyard and the noise that came from it was just part of that fact. Skip ahead to today and the fact remains the same. People live next to an active railyard, but they now gripe about it. As for moving the yard, it’s actually not a new idea. It was first floated in the 1960s or 1970s and again when

Weyrhauser put the mill up for sale. There was also the idea of covering the existing yard and building on top, but that never came to fruition due to the extreme complexity of such an endeavour. Insofar as the City of Regina is concerned, the land acquired from the railway was surplus property and not active in any way. Similarly, the land for Thompson Park Mall was acquired in the same way, as the roundhouse on the site had not been used for some time. At the end of the day, the railway was there first. If residents don’t like the noise from it, why are they living next to it? Gordon Anderson Kamloops

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comedian Leland Klassen said. “It’s great to see it grow so much in just a few short years.” Venues being used this year include The Noble Pig Brewpub, Chances Casino, Cascades Casino, Paramount Theatre and the Gateway City Church for the family show. Director of talent and headline comedian Lars Callieou has finalized the comedian roster for the festival. “We are very fortunate to have so many talented comedians lining up to be part of this growing festival”, Callieou said. “We are especially proud to be presenting two theatre shows this year at the Paramount. The Friday Night Gala and the Saturday show, Ryan Belleville &

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Construction permit values in Kamloops last month were driven primarily by a 140-unit apartment building under construction at the site of the old MovieMart rental store on St. Paul Street in the downtown core. City of Kamloops building and engineering development manager Jason Dixon said a $21-million permit was issued in July for The Lightwell, a sixstorey rental building at 444 St. Paul St. The project will include 140 rental units, including 12 subsidized for seniors, along with ground floor commercial space. The project made up the bulk of last month’s building permit values, which totalled $30.5 million. “They were working on the foundation, so this is just getting the rest of the permitting out,” Dixon said. “Construction’s started on that one.” In addition, the city issued two permits worth $1.6 million

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for site servicing — putting pipes in the ground in preparation of future construction — for multi-family projects on Robson Drive in Sahali (apartment building) and Qu’Appelle Boulevard in Juniper West (series of multi-family units). “Relatively big projects to come and they’re just getting started,” Dixon said. Overall this year, the city has issued through July 886 building permits worth $178.6 million, compared to 942 permits the same time last year worth $158.2 million. In 2018, the city issued a record $285-million worth of

building permits. Last year, the city issued permits for 877 total dwelling units (homes, duplexes, secondary suites and apartments), with the number driven primarily by apartments. At this time last year, the city issued permits for 380 apartment units, which is double that of 140 units reported so far this year. Dixon said there has been a shift in construction values, with more tied up in commercial than residential. Through July, $57.3 million worth of institutional and industrial permits have been

issued, compared to $11.8 million through the same time last year. Residential construction values are down slightly, meanwhile, at $90.5 million through July of this year, compared to $110.3 million last year. “I think it’s just a shift in construction value,” Dixon said. “We have the hospital permit — the foundation, at least, for the hospital permit is out this year. We didn’t have that last year, so it’s just sort of shifting where the construction activity is.”

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CARS, RIBS AND FISH Hot Nite in the City, Ribfest and the Thompson River Salmon BBQ Festival made for packed streets and a busy Riverside Park this past weekend.

KTW photographer Allen Douglas was among the thousands who took it all in. Others included, clockwise from top left, Jakob Stobbe of Knutsford, Allen Barden

and a 1940 Mercury, a Misty Mountain ribber with a stack of full racks and The Plaza barbecue salmon team. ALLEN DOUGLAS PHOTOS/KTW


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41. One who does not succeed 43. Type of agent 45. Type of waste 47. Wings 49. Giants’ signal caller 50. Polio vaccine developer 55. Congo native 56. Mortal is one type 57. Fishing vessel (Naut.) 59. Ethnic group of Thailand 60. Where golfers begin 61. Western Florida city 62. Belonging to us 63. Soviet Socialist Republic 64. Influential Israeli diplomat

1. Mountain Time 2. Int’l political organization (abbr.) 3. Olympic champion Lipinski 4. March 5. Less fresh 6. Reduced in size 7. Garden archway 8. Professional translators group (abbr.) 9. Type of pain 10. What to do for the cameras 12. Midway between south and southeast 14. Bangladeshi monetary unit 19. Satisfy 23. Flop 24. Nearsightedness 25. Parts per thousand (abbr.) 26. Bravo! Bravo! Bravo! 27. Midway between northeast and east

28. Swedish castle 29. War-ravaged Syrian city 34. American model Carol 35. Bitterly regret 36. Grand __: superior grade wine 37. Of she 39. Clergymen 40. Ringwald and Shannon are two 41. Daze 42. Scores perfectly 44. More narcissistic 45. Fencing sword 46. Highest point 47. In addition 48. Hawaiian feast 51. Appropriate under the circumstances 52. Hillside 53. Metrical foot 54. Winemaking region 58. Someone

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AUGUST 14 - AUGUST 20, 2019 LIBRA

- Sept 23/Oct 23 It’s hard to see someone’s perspective when you have never gone through this particular situation, Libra. Keep that in mind when supporting a loved one in need.

Cancer, keeping things bottled up until the last minute seems to be the way you have been operating lately. You may want to try sharing your feelings and seeking feedback.

Don’t let your emotions get the best of you in a heated situation, Aries. You can come out on top if you remain calm and think through your responses with utmost caution.

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Taurus, there are a few different ways you can play an upcoming situation. Taking a back seat and letting another person lead the way may be the smartest strategy.

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- Oct 24/Nov 22 All it takes is a subtle change of perception to turn a situation around, Scorpio. Start by taking a few risks outside of your comfort zone for some new inspiration.

Wearing your emotions on your sleeve may get you attention, Leo, but it won’t necessarily be the kind of attention you were hoping for. Reconsider what you share.

GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21

VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22

A few opportunities may drop into your lap, Gemini. However, just because things come about easily does not mean they are the right choices for right now.

SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21

Virgo, it can be challenging to relinquish control, but that is just what you will have to do at some point this week. This will be a good lesson to learn.

CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan20 Capricorn, asking for help is not admitting weakness. If you feel you are in over your head, call in the reinforcements. Then you can get back on track more quickly.

AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18 Good fortune is coming your way, and you can certainly spread the wealth if you desire, Aquarius. Chances are there are a few other people who can use a smile in the weeks to come.

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Sagittarius, it is good to be proud of your accomplishments. Just be sure not to come across as boastful, especially in certain company. You don’t want to come across as bragging.

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Visitors to Monday’s grand opening celebration at The Station tour a micro-unit in the Tranquille Road project. The urban living space spans about 350 square feet. MICHAEL POTESTIO/KTW

The Station on Tranquille stages its grand opening $12-MILLION PROJECT FEATURES 47 UNITS AND IS HOME TO UNITED WAY AND BRIGHT EYE BREWPUB MICHAEL POTESTIO

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The ribbon has been cut for the latest condo building to grace the skyline of North Kamloops. About 25 local dignitaries, including many city councillors, attended The Station at 280 Tranquille Rd. on Monday for a grand opening celebration, marking the completion of all 47 residential units in the six-floor building. “North of $12million investment on Tranquille Road and kudos to Arpa Investments for their confidence, not only in Kamloops, but

this particular part of Kamloops,” Mayor Ken Christian told the crowd. Residents have been moving in to their new homes over the course of the summer, including Coun. Kathy Sinclair, who bought one of the building’s 24 micro-apartments. “I like that the neighbourhood is developing,” Sinclair said. “It’s exciting to be a part of it.” Sinclair said the micro-apartment lifestyle may not be for everyone, but having lived in Vancouver, it’s one with which she is accustomed. “I used to live around Main Street and Commercial Drive and

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The Station held its grand opening on Monday, with a traditional ribbon-cutting ceremony. Those taking part included (from left) Jasbir Mahal of Arpa Investments, North Shore Business Improvement Association president Andrew Watson, Mitchell Forgie of Bright Eye Brewing, Richard Marken of Bright Eye Brewing, Joshua Knaak of Arpa Investments, Kamloops Mayor Ken Christian, Parmjit Mahal of Arpa Investments, Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo MP Cathy McLeod and United Way of the Thompson Nicola Cariboo executive director Danalee Baker. MICHAEL POTESTIO/KTW

those neighbourhoods have a lot of character, have a lot of diversity and they become the cool place to be,” she said. “And since I’ve moved to Kamloops, I’ve seen that along the Tranquille corridor.” Andrew Watson, president of the

North Shore Business Improvement Association, said the new development and others Arpa has in the works will attract more people to check out businesses along the Tranquille corridor. “The Station represents more than just a

place to live and work, it represents a step forward in the revitalization of the corridor here,” Watson told the crowd. Sinclair said she feels the development will also help to reduce crime by putting more eyes and ears on the

street from the influx of residents and people flocking to destinations such as the Bright Eye brewpub and United Way’s Xchange office spaces that will open on the ground floor. All work on the residences is complete, while construction remains at those two businesses, which are about 80 per cent complete and expect to be open next month.

The building has three types of apartments — micro-suites that span about 350 square feet, one-bedroom units measuring 755 square feet and two-bedroom layouts covering about 840 square feet. The remaining units are listed between $189,000 and $325,000 and buyers will receive a 10-year municipal tax exemption.

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Two businesses on the ground floor at the newly constructed The Station condo complex on Tranquille Road expect to be open next month. Bright Eye Brewing will be the first brewpub to open on the North Shore and the United Way will be relocating its offices from downtown to North Kamloops in September. Richard Marken and fellow Bright Eye Brewing co-owner Mitchell Forgie expect to open in the middle of September. Forging new ground on the North Shore was one reason they decided to set up shop on Tranquille Road, Marken said, noting the area has what he described as a cultural feel akin to Commercial Drive in Vancouver. “We think it just fits our vibe better. Customers can walk or ride their bikes to the

Bright Eye Brewing’s brewpub at The Station features a painting made of recycled fence posts that takes up an entire wall and doubles as soundproofing. MICHAEL POTESTIO/KTW

brewery rather than drive, it has a more neighbourhood feel and all those things are super appealing to us,” Marken said. The United Way chose to relocate its offices to have a presence in North Kamloops and be closer to many of the other non-profits they work with, according to executive director Danalee Baker. The agency has taken

on the entire lease of its half of the first and second floors and is subleasing office spaces to consulting groups, a nonprofit and Thompson Rivers University’s research department, which will focus on community-based research at its satellite office. “For us, it’s a new business model to try and bring in some sustainable dollars that is not fundraising,” Baker

said, noting the organization expects to move in on Sept. 1, with an open house set for Sept. 12. Part of the subleased space is called the Xchange, where the lessees will work together to try to solve community issues. “We’ll all be working towards the same goal,” Baker said, adding there will be many, many workshops and events, one of the first of which

will be a roundtable discussion on the opioid crisis in Kamloops. Over at Bright Eye, brews will be poured directly from tanks behind the counter and the kitchen will serve lunch and dinner from a space visible from the dining area. “We wanted that to be part of the show,” said Marken, who was one of the original owners of The Noble Pig. While the brewpub is still unfinished, much of the decor that will have patrons talking is already in place — from a bar composed of old barrels to the massive mural hanging over the dining area. Local artist Kelly Wright spent hundreds of hours on a lift to complete the mural, which depicts a view of the North Shore and Bright Eye’s logo. The brewpub also features a painting made of recycled fence posts that takes up an entire wall and doubles as sound-

proofing. “Because we have so many hard surfaces in here, we were worried

about noise and echoing, so four of us spent three days building this,” Marken said.

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amloops Broncos’ fans who stuck it out at Hillside Stadium on Saturday should have been served free full racks at Ribfest, the annual meat-lovers’ extravaganza that wrapped up on Sunday in Riverside Park. Their team lost, shellacked 63-7 by the Langley Rams, but the lopsided defeat was not what slurped the finger-licking flavour out of the B.C. Football Conference contest. Flags rendered it a gristly meal. Penalties upon penalties left the game tasting like a moist dog’s bone rolled in Pioneer Park sand, topped in flakes of tumbleweed. At least the coaches left us with a few tasty morsels. Let’s eat. THE FLAGS Chew on this: The Rams were assessed 24 penalties, infractions that cost them 222 yards. Three or four of those flags either wiped points off the board or stalled promising drives. The Broncos were penalized 23 times for 123 yards. Rams’ head coach Howie Zaron was asked about the flag frenzy, a hot topic across the league through the first two weeks of the season. “I would probably say 75 per cent of them are on us and the other 25 per cent I don’t even know what they’re being thrown for,” Zaron said. “They’ve got to get it cleaned up because it just slows down the game, and the fans ... it’s a rotten product to watch when it’s that bad.” Broncos’ head coach Rob Ellis has qualms. “It’s very frustrating,” Ellis said. “Some of the flags, the hit out of bounds when he was two yards inside … and throwing the flag on the last play of the game, but I guess the refs are in the development stages, too, in their preseason kind of mode. I’ll be quiet now. Enough said.” Ellis did add that he has been coaching for 32 years and will never understand calls such as the one made on the final drive of the game, with Langley leading by nearly 50 points. That last Rams romp over the goal line produced more postgame fodder.

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RAMMING IT DOWN THEIR THROAT? Zaron must have known similar coaching decisions have incited brawls when he opted not to take a knee, instead rolling out a goalline package with a few seconds left on the clock in the fourth quarter and his team leading 56-7. The first attempt was thwarted by the Broncos’ defence and the game appeared to be over, with no time left on the clock. Some fans started laughing loudly when a flag hit the deck. Others were too busy yelling at the Rams — “Just take a knee! What are you doing?”

Zaron let them plunge away again. Running back Brett Westad reached pay dirt. “He [Westad] came off a torn knee the first game of the year last year,” Zaron said. “He made it all the way back and he wanted to get in there. “I was torn on what to do, but, you know what, when your players want you to support the other players, especially ones coming off major injuries, you do what you’ve got to do.” Ellis didn’t like the play call. “That’s a tough one for me,” Ellis said. “I coached Howie back when he was in juniors, back in the early 90s. I understand it. Do I appreciate it? Not too much. That’s the style of play that team has. That’s not our style of play. I’ll leave it at that.” Zaron said he managed playing time carefully. “We played everybody,” he said. “We played our backups and our third-stringers at the end of the game. I had a dilemma, whether I should let our third-string running back score or take a knee. I decided to let him score.” COOKING WITH GAS Kaden Cook was KTW’s player of the game for the Broncos. The cornerback from Kamloops had one interception, two special teams tackles, five tackles and

a blocked extra point. He also knocked down two passes, bringing to 26 his defensive point total. Rams’ linebacker Abdinasir Abdi and Broncos’ linebacker Darby Kwan tied for the secondmost defensive points, with eight each. Cook was up to the task of covering Khalik Johnson, who last week had seven catches for 122 yards and three touchdowns for the Rams in a 43-30 victory over the visiting Vancouver Island Raiders. Johnson caught three passes for 44 yards on Saturday. “I’m happy with the way I played, but there is room for improvement always,” Cook said. “They had some good receivers and I thought I matched up pretty good. I’m pretty confident where I stand.” Ian Finstad scored the Broncos’ first major of the season, snagging a well-weighted touchdown pass from backup QB Cam Wight with about five minutes left in the fourth quarter, a 43-yard strike that brought the remaining Hillside Stadium faithful to their feet. Special teams were a disaster for Kamloops. Langley rookie Sebastian Reid had two punt returns for 117 yards, one of them a 95-yard touchdown, and two kickoff returns for 40 yards. He was

named BCFC special teams player of the week. UP NEXT The Broncos (0-2) will travel to Nanaimo this weekend to play the Vancouver Island Raiders, who dropped to 0-2 on Saturday after a 39-30 loss to hometown Westshore (1-1) in Langford. Ellis said his team needs to have a short memory and focus on getting better in practise this week. “The defence played great in that first half,” Ellis said. “We hung in there. A lot of two and outs. Our special teams set us up for some failure. “With the offence, it’s finding our identity. I think we are relying on one person too much. We really need to spread the ball around.” Running back Kuda Murasiranwa was a workhorse for the Broncos, but the Zimbabwean speedster is still learning the game and was keyed on by the Rams. He rushed nine times for 25 yards and caught one pass for 10 yards, and returned five kickoffs for 81 yards. Langley (2-0) will play host to the Valley Huskers of Chilliwack next weekend. The Okanagan Sun improved to 2-0 with a 21-16 win over the hometown Huskers (0-2) on Saturday. The Sun will host the Rebels next weekend in Kelowna.

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Adam Hadwin of Abbotsford is 65th, Corey Conners of Listowel, Ont., is 84th and Mackenzie Hughes of Hamilton is 193rd. Behind Sloan is Nick Taylor of

Abbotsford, 251st. “There is a little bit of a dogfight there for all of us,” Sloan said. “It’s going to be an exciting summer, for sure.” The 2019 portion of the 2019-2020 PGA Tour schedule is lighter than

the post-Christmas slate for Sloan, who has 12 weeks off between this week and the Sony Open, which gets underway on Jan. 9 in Honolulu. A return home this month will allow him to get back to his roots.

Sloan will play host to a free junior golf clinic at the Merritt Golf and Country Club from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Aug. 28. The under-18 clinic is for kids and teenagers from the Interior and Okanagan area. Pre-register online at

signupgenius.com/go/rogersloanjuniorclinic. “When I was a little kid, I was just doing laps around a little nine-hole golf course there,” Sloan said. “I’m a little bit saddened that there is no junior golf

program in Merritt. “Hopefully, this can create a little bit of awareness for the need for a program, encourage kids to have a good time and spark a little bit of interest for the younger generation to play the great game of golf.”


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POISED FOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP SUCCESS? Catharine Pendrel is peaking at the right time. The 38-year-old Kamloops resident placed fifth at the penultimate event of the UCI Cross-Country Olympic Mountain Bike World Cup season on Sunday in Lenzerheide, Switzerland. “Can’t describe how good it felt to have a complete race and step back on to the podium,” Pendrel said on Facebook after the race. The result was the best of her World Cup season and bolsters odds of a strong finish at the most important event remaining on her calendar — the world championship, which will be held at MontSaint-Anne in Beaupre, Que., on Aug. 31. Pendrel, who turns 39 on Sept. 30, sits 10th overall in World Cup standings and is out of the running for a topthree overall finish, but

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NATIONAL GOLD Kian Zabihi of the Kamloops Track and Field Club won gold and set the meet record in under-16 hammer throw at the Legion Youth National Track and Field Championships, which wrapped up on the weekend in Cape Breton, N.S. The 14-year-old Sa-Hali secondary student, competing against older athletes, launched the implement 67.21 metres on his fifth and final attempt, setting a mark that blew away his nearest opponent. Team B.C. athlete Michael Ogbeiwi placed second with a throw of 61.50m. Cole Bibby of the KTFC won gold in under-16 javelin with a throw of 54.94m. The Revelstoke product finished well ahead of silver med-

allist Lucas Jacklin (47.79m). Matt Arnold rounds out the group of KTFC medallists. The Revelstoke throws athlete placed third in under-18 hammer throw with a toss of 58.10m. Elliott Payne threw 57.17m to place fourth in under-18 javelin. Bibby, Arnold and Payne were competing for Team B.C. Olympic bronze medallist Dylan Armstrong coaches the KTFC throws group. IN THE WATER Ryley McRae of the Kamloops Classic Swimming club was in action on the weekend at the Canadian Swimming Championships in Winnipeg. He placed fourth in the 1,500-metre freestyle, fifth in the 200m fly, sixth in the 400m freestyle, ninth in the 800m freestyle and 24th

in the 200m freestyle. McRae, who attends Thompson Rivers University and swims for the WolfPack, has qualified for the Canadian Olympic swimming trials in five events — the 200m fly, the 400m freestyle, 800m freestyle, 1,500m freestyle and the 10-kilometre openwater swim. The trials, all except the outdoor events, will be held in Toronto in April. The open-water qualification events will be held next spring in the Cayman Islands. Kamloops swimmers Ethan Jensen, Sarah Koopmans, Diego Paz, Eloise Ladyman, Megan Dalke and Colin Gilbert have also qualified for Olympic trials. The 2020 Olympic Summer Games will run from July 24 to Aug. 9 in Tokyo. Read more about McRae and the Classics in the Friday edition of KTW.

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The family of Alfred Demale wishes to announce that he passed away peacefully on August 4, 2019 at the age of 94.

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Donna left us on the afternoon of August 6, 2019 when she passed calmly after a hard battle with cancer and complications. Her son Brian and husband Don were by her side.

May 17, 1982 - August 10, 2014

Donna was born in Celle, Germany in 1947. In 1949, her parents Joseph and Katarina moved to Winnipeg, MB where she grew up and followed her dream of becoming a teacher. She met the man of her life Don there and they started their careers and family in Winnipeg. In 1977, they moved to Kamloops, BC to enjoy the wonderful British Columbia lifestyle and further their business in the automotive industry. Donna worked hard as both teacher and bookkeeper to help start their new life. Donna lead an adventurous life. She was known to ride her motorcycle to teach at times. Other times, you might find her helping to wrench on a race car or driving through the night to the next drag race. She was usually involved with new cutting-edge teaching methods and was often the first to implement them. Donna filled in as a substitute teacher when needed and also taught special needs children. Donna leaves behind a legacy of laughter and smiles for her family. She will be dearly missed by her husband of 48 years Don, her son Brian (Tammy), her grandchildren Lily and Noah. Further, many dear friends and family. The family would like to thank the wonderful staff at RIH 4-North and our dear Mary for doing so much for Donna in her stay there. A Celebration of Life will be held at Sun Rivers on Saturday, September 7, 2019 at 2:00 pm at 222 Sagewood Drive, Kamloops. Condolences may be sent to the family at DrakeCremation.com

He is survived by his wife, Hildegard, daughters Ingrid (Gord), Gisela (Ron) and son Rolf (Joan) as well as step-children Monika, Peter and John, numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Five years ago, you were ripped from our hearts and lives far to soon. The moment you died our hearts were torn in two, one side filled with heartache and the other died with you. Remembering you is easy, we do it every day, but missing you is a pain that never goes away. Going on without you Micheal, without hearing you play the guitar and singing with your amazing voice, seeing you smile and listening to your wonderful sense of humour, is the hardest thing I’ll ever do

He was an avid outdoorsman, who loved hunting, fishing and living at Pinantan Lake. He will be fondly remembered for his love and life, family and friends. A Celebration of Life will be held in Kamloops on Saturday, August 24, 2019 at St. Andrew’s on the Square at 1:30 pm. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to the local SPCA, CNIB or charity of your choice.

Love you forever Mike

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Elsie Rose Margaret DeNeef

August 18, 1934 - August 7, 2019

February 10, 1937 - August 6, 2019 It is with sadness that we announce the passing of our mom Elsie on Tuesday, August 6, 2019 at Royal Inland Hospital in Kamloops. She was born on February 10, 1937 in Saint John, New Brunswick. Elsie was predeceased by her parents William Arseneau and Helen Arseneau. Mom was one of nine siblings, all from the East Coast of Canada. Leaving the East Coast after she met and married Gerald DeNeef, they made their home in Kamloops. In later years, mom lived in Spruce Grove and Maple Ridge before returning back to Kamloops to be near family. Elsie is survived by her three daughters Debbie (Jerry) Jones, Elizabeth (Dave) Williams, Karen (Ken) Wilk, grandchildren Christine (Joey) Legualt, Kevin (Becky) Kwitkowski, Lyndsay (Toby) King, Tyler (Darcy) Wilk, great-grandchildren Sophie, Abbey, Kaitlyn, Daniel, Kipton and Hudson.

With great sadness we announce the passing of our mom aka “Nana” and “Grana” Betty Allan. Mom loved life and had a sharp wit and great sense of humour which she maintained to the very end…

Elsie also leaves many extended family members and dear friends. One of them being Louse Pehota, a friendship over the past 50 years, still sharing stories and visits in the last days.

Greatly loved, always will be missed by her daughters the 4 D’s and their families.

Mom was a passionate volunteer. She loved being part of the Food Bank, Senior Centre and Crime Stoppers. There she met many new friends whom she spent many hours laughing and socializing with.

Love You Mom.

At Mom’s request, there will be no formal gathering. She was loved and will be missed by her family and friends. The family would like to thank all the health care people that have looked after mom over the last ten months and a special heartfelt thank you to Dr. Arduini, Dr. McKenney and the 4th floor nursing staff for their compassion and professionalism toward both mom and our family during this difficult time. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Kamloops Food Bank and Crime Stoppers in mom’s name. Arrangements entrusted to Kamloops Funeral Home 250-554-2577 Condolences may be sent to the family from www.kamloopsfuneralhome.com

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Eugene “Gene” Allan Campbell

September 26, 1944 - August 3, 2019

It is with heavy hearts and sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Gene Campbell on August 3, 2019 in Black Pines, BC at the age of 74 years. Gene will be deeply missed by his wife of 53 years Donna, daughter Denise (Darren), son Colin (Bobbi), and grandchildren Devin, Jordan, Dylan and Emilee. Gene joined the Navy at a young age where he served as a radio operator. This then led him to a career with BC Tel, where he worked for over 30 years. Gene’s biggest enjoyment in life were his animals and the bond he shared with them. He was an avid dart player, and also enjoyed fishing, quadding and travelling to Mexico where he could practice his Spanish. He was a smart, opinionated, hard-working man who was rarely idle. If he wasn’t fixing something or puttering around the yard, he would be found relaxing by the fire pit, listening to his music with his dog Joey. This was his happy place, a spot for the family to gather, a place that will now hold fond memories of a man we loved. As per Gene’s wishes, there will be no funeral service. “Que en paz decanse”


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Robert (Bob) John Peddle

October 20, 1935 - August 5, 2019

July 3, 1946 – August 8, 2019

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Robert (Bob) John Peddle passed away peacefully on August 8, 2019 surrounded by his loving family after a brief battle with cancer. Bob was born on July 3, 1946 in Southey, Saskatchewan to John and Marie Peddle. He is survived by his loving wife Janet, daughters Jody Peddle, Kim (Jeff) Hampton, three grandchildren, his sister Janice and extended family.

years of marriage.

Bea Mason passed away peacefully in her sleep on August 5, 2019 at the Royal Inland Hospital in Kamloops at the age of 83 years. She was born on October 20, 1935 in Wycliffe, British Columbia. She is survived by her children Marty (Shannon), Joyce (Fred) Judy and David as well as her many grandchildren and great grandchildren. She was predeceased by her dad Andy and her mom Rena, sister Clem, first husband Don, second husband Bob and son Randy. Bea was very involved in the community including the Lions Club, Creekside Senior Centre, the museum, the Rod & Gun Club, and Crown Jewel Association. Her great passion in life was working with the Royal Canadian Legion. A Celebration of Life service will be held on August 17, 2019 from 12:00 – 3:00 from the Chase Community Hall at 547 Shuswap Avenue, in Chase, British Columbia. Memorial Donations may be made the to Royal Canadian Legion Branch 107, Chase, British Columbia. Online condolences may be made at www.tvfh.ca

Bob grew up in Vancouver where he graduated from Burnaby Central High School, classmates from which remained lifelong friends. He fell in love with his high school sweetheart, proposed and recently celebrated 51

Bob started his career with BC Hydro after graduation. With each promotion, his family would relocate to Terrace, Bella Coola and Golden where many new lifelong friends would be made and new experiences were had. Most recently, Bob had been a shuttle van driver with Honda for the past 13 years. He enjoyed the social aspect of this position and the interactions he had with people. Bob was a fun loving guy and people enjoyed being around him. He mastered the art of story-telling and would leave you smiling and laughing after your interaction with him. Bob had an enormous capacity to give of himself from being an auxiliary fireman, baseball coach and Rotarian to serving as an executive member on many different clubs and committees. Bob loved life and looked forward to what each new day would bring. He enjoyed cooking for his family and friends, rounds of golf and happy hours. Family was always #1 for Bob. He was a shining example of a devoted husband, a proud father and his grandchildren Paxon, Alison and Audrey were the light of his life. Bob’s generosity and support of family and friends were paramount and will be cherished forever. To his many friends – from childhood, golf, work and everyday life – he treasured all of you. The family would like to thank Dr. Grant Del Begio and the nurses and staff at the Kamloops Hospice for their compassionate care. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Kamloops Hospice Association. A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, September 28, 2019, between 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm at the Big Horn Golf and Country Club, 1000 Clubhouse Drive, Kamloops, BC. Condolences may be expressed to the family from www.myalternatives.ca

Joseph Dale Haller of Merritt, BC passed away peacefully on July 28, 2019 at the age of 57 years after a lengthy illness. He was lovingly surrounded by family. Dale was born in Merritt, BC. He started working for Tolko in 1989 and received a 30 year pin. Dale enjoyed researching philosophical teachings. He was very artistic and dreamed of a world where knowledge was shared freely. Dale had a quick wit even in his most painful moments. He is survived by many family members and friends. His siblings Roger (Joni) Haller of Monroe, Washington, Doug (Tracy Elaschuk) Haller of Clinton, Audrey (Paul Donohie) Haller of Kamloops, Greg (Wendy Hawes) Haller of Victoria, Shirley (Harold) Turner of Pritchard and Lyle Haller of Merritt, his daughter Annika Steffl and grandson Jacob. Also missing Dale are dozens of surviving nephews, nieces and cousins who are particularly close in the Haller family. Dale is preceded in death by parents Lester David Haller and Lillian Donna Haller, as well as his brother in the Netherlands, Rudolf August Haller. The family of Joseph Dale Haller wishes to thank the friends and relatives who visited, sent messages or called him in his last days. He felt so loved and blessed. We would also like to thank the staff of Kamloops RIH in the emergency unit, the ICU and 7-North for their care and kindnesses to Dale and family during his lengthy stay. The Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, September 7, 2019 at Turner Ranch in Pritchard, BC at 2:00 pm. Arrangements entrusted to Alternatives Funeral & Cremation Services 250-554-2324 Condolences may be expressed to the family from www.myalternatives.ca

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Eileen Hazel Boelke (née Graham)

June 19, 1940 - August 6, 2019

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Eileen on August 6, 2019 at the age of 79. Born as Eileen Hazel Graham in Vancouver, BC in 1940, to parents Madeline Mary (née Deschner) and William Francis Graham. Eileen met the love of her life, husband Fredrick Carl Boelke through her parents in 1963 and married in 1964. They raised their three children in Vancouver, North Delta and finally settled in Kamloops in 1979. Eileen returned to school and became a long-term care nurse and continued to love and care for others until her retirement in 2005. Eileen most enjoyed her grandchildren Randy, Natasha and Jarrod and her great-grandchildren Scarlett, Reid and Aurielle. She also enjoyed volunteering and dedicated many years to the Kamloops Blazers, the Kamloops Blazers Booster Club and the Kamloops International Baseball Tournament. Eileen was an amazing painter and her family proudly display her paintings in their homes. She was predeceased by her mother Madeline Mary Graham and father William Francis Graham. Eileen is survived by her husband Fred Boelke, son Ken Boelke, daughter Theresa Greenough (Boelke), son-in-law Bruce Greenough, daughter Debra Bertoli (Boelke), son-in-law Robert Bertoli,

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grandchildren Randy Boelke (spouse Kayla Jones), Natasha Petz (Greenough) (spouse Chris Petz), Jarrod Greenough, great-grandchildren Scarlett Boelke, Reid Boelke, Aurielle Petz, brother Richard Graham (spouse Carol Graham) and many nieces and nephews. Special friends, Marcina Moonen, Deb and Len Lippert. Mom’s love for life showed in her grandchildren and great-grandchildren, to which she adored and spoiled them with her love and time. They were her world! She will also be remembered for her positive attitude, caring demeanour, endless words of wisdom and encouragement and always being available to volunteer or step up and help those in need. A special thank you to all the nurses and care staff at Trinity Hospice for their gracious and compassionate care of Mom. To the staff at Interior Health, especially Carol, thank you for all your kindness and service while Mom was at home. Thank you to Dr. Van Heerden for the great care of Mom over the years. To Dr. Paul Ouimet, we can’t thank you enough for your house call and making Mom most comfortable and as pain free as possible. To Drake, thank you for making Mom’s last wish happen so beautifully. A Celebration of Life will be held for Eileen on Saturday, August 17, 2019 at 1:00 pm at Desert Gardens Seniors Community Centre, 540 Seymour St. Kamloops, BC V2C 2G9. Condolences may be sent to the family at DrakeCremation.com

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David Patrick Joseph Spencer It is with sadness that we announce the passing of David Patrick Joseph Spencer of Kamloops, BC, on July 14, 2019 at 72 years of age. David leaves behind his loving wife Connie Spencer, his children Rhonda of Winnipeg, MB, Terry of Winnipeg, MB, Roger of Kamloops, BC, Curtis (Tracy) of Kamloops, BC and Lisa of Kamloops, BC. He also leaves behind grandchildren Donavin, Drew, Harmony, Megan, Ethan, Jakob, Seanna, Abigail, Annalisa, Elizabeth, Olivia and Samantha, as well as four brothers, five sisters and many nieces, nephews, uncles, aunts, cousins, in-laws and friends. David was predeceased by his mother Kathleen, his father George, three of his brothers and one sister. David, aka Johnny Cash’s brother “Outta Cash”, was born on May 18, 1947, in Tomagami, ON. He was raised in Ontario, where he had his first two children. Then moving to BC, he met Connie and they were married in 1977, after which his last three children were born. David moved his family to Kamloops, BC in 1993, where he worked as a carpenter, specializing in flooring. David was an avid fisherman who loved to be at the lake. He also loved his guitar and entertaining his friends and family. His greatest love, however, was his grandchildren. His sense of humour, love, laughter and genuine personality will be deeply missed by all of us. A Celebration of David’s Life will take place at 1:00 pm on Saturday, August 31, 2019, at the North Shore Community Centre with Jordy Orsetti officiating. The family wishes to extend a special thank you to the Kamloops Hospice Staff. Donations in David’s memory may be made to the Kamloops Hospice Association, 72 Whiteshield Cr. South, Kamloops, BC V2E 2S9. Condolences may be expressed to the family from www.myalternatives.ca


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OBITUARIES & IN MEMORIAM  Obituaries & In Memoriam  Beatrice Irene Thomson November 19,1932 – August 2, 2019

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announce the peaceful passing Father Emil Sasges passed of Beatricefrom Irene at thisThomson life to eternity AugustCare 5, unit 2014. the Trinity on Palliative was born on AugustHe 2, 2019 at the inageLake of 86 years.Lenore, Saskatchewan on February 6, 1931 and

movedby with his family She is survived herallloving Vernon, husband members of 65 to years Roy BC attended Thomson inand1937. her He children school in Vernon before Rhona (Loren) King, Sandra (Dwayne) Ken enrolling Johns, in the Seminary (Barb Colson) Thomson, four grandchildren Danica, of Christ the King. He was Mathew, Andy and Lee. Alongordained with her children a priest for the and grandchildren she had fiveDiocese very special of greatKamloops grandchildren Brooke, Thalia different and in AprilMadison, 6, 1957 Calean, and served in several diocese, including Sacred Heart Ethan andparishes severalwithin niecesthe and nephews. Cathedral, the parishes of Valemount and Blue River,

parishes missions Ashcroft, Cache Creek, Bea was the a very warmand and caringofperson who loved Holy Family well as Chase a good laugh. SheParish, was Kamloops, born and as graduated highand Lake, St.BC. Jude’s and missions 100 Mile school inLogan Chilliwack, BeaParish married Roy, thein love He retired frommoved active ministry in 2012. of her lifeHouse. and they eventually to Kamloops in For past two years he called the Immaculate Heart 1959. Shethelead an active life looking after her family, of Mary Shrine Centre, Cache Creek, his home. working for many years at Sears and enjoying 29 years is survived byher his sisters Helen (Ray) Donovan of squareHe dancing with favourite partner Roy. Bea and Agnes (Larry) Streeter, of Vernon, and ,crafts, numerous always had a project on the go, gardening nieces and nephews. was predeceased by his knitting and volunteering at theHe Red Cross were some parents as well as his brothers Reinhart, Aloysies of her many interests. Bea also enjoyed travelling with (Al), Jerome, and Norbert, their wives, as well as his Roy and nephews their friends. She will be greatly missed by Darryl in 2013 and Brennan in 2012. her family and many friends. Prayers for Fr. Emil will be recited in Sacred Heart

Cathedral, 3rdwill Avenue and on Nicola Street,August Kamloops A Celebration of Life be held Sunday, August 12Chartwell at 6:30 p.m. The Funeral 18, 2019,onatTuesday, 1:30 pm at the Residence onMass be celebrated on Wednesday, August 13th at Tranquillewill Road, North Kamloops. 10:00 a.m. Interment will follow in the priest’s plot in Hillside Cemetery. A reception will follow in St. Should friends desire, donations may be made to Ann’s Academy Gym, Kamloops.

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Mount(born Kathleen Drew Clark) In Loving KALAKirsti MACKINLAY 1957 -September 2019 11, 1922 to July 31, 2015 Of HELEN FRANCISMemory JAMESON JAMES DOUGLAS DUNCAN Following a rapid decline in her health due to congestive heart failure, Mom died quietly last

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August 16,which 1935 – August 7,that It isfeatured with sadness we shining announce the Friday after a night a beautiful full2014 moon through herpassing window. of Her final Kamloops passed away on Mount of Kamloops, August 5, 2019 at of Jim, forKirsti 53 years twobeloved monthshusband of ill health brought her daily attention andBC, careon from all available members the 13th of July, 2014 at the oftheMarlyn passed away in the family, which attention she thrived on even as her health failed. Born in the 20’s and raised 62 years of age. age of 88 years. She will be comfort of his father in the 30’s in home. a largeLoving New Westminster home where her maternal grandparents and an elderly lovingly remembered by her to Kimalso (Lorne) of an Calgary, aunt lived, Nixon Kala was adored only child ofby her her gruff doctor father and lively Daryl mother. She children Jackie (Bob) Blaine, Kirsti is survived loving husband AB, (Bob) from Van Damme of to Shakespeare. After UBC and Teacher’s Training, she went Susie (Darryll) McPherson, Barry readNancy everything A.A. Milne Kamloops, BC, Jill (Ed)Mount, Johnson her children Russell (Crystal Bunting) Mount (Sandy) Jameson, Rob (Donna) to Enderby, BC in 1944 where she taught high school and met her husband Jock, a returned of Kamloops, BC, Wendi (Neil) of Kamloops, and Curtis in(Ryleen Dobell) Mount Jameson all of Kamloops, BC, war veteran. Jock got a government job in Kamloops 1946 and they bought a wartime Muth of Calgary, AB. Loving Papa of Kamloops, well as from her 1947 mother Elina of Dave, grandchildren Rob Blaine, house on Pine StreetLogan, where they had theirasthree boys to 1951. SheKataja provided to beloved grandson Papa Dana Blaine, Tammy (Terry) Peachland, brothers Esa (Tarja) Loyva of Coquitlam, Ken and Don with an unfailing example of decency, honesty and intelligence, traits that she Jim to Braydon and grandfather to Olsen, Bonnie (Dave) Blaine, BC and Leo (Myrna) Loyva of Kelowna, BC and exhibited in abundance throughout her long life. The family led an active Interior lifestyle Lyndsey. Chris McPherson, Allan (Val) brother-in-law Terryand (Janice) Mount Kamloops. KirstiKala is acting also survived with Jock hunting fishing, the boys of skiing at Mt. Tod, and as the glue by that held McPherson, Tim (Mindy) Jim was born in Edmonton, AB. everything together. Kalauncles, worked a substitute teacher in theMcPherson, early 50’sCanada to substitute family’s very income. many nieces, nephews, aunts and cousins throughout and theMcPherson, Aaron (Whitney) Caramodest (Craig) Jameson, He was proud of his prairie roots as However, quit his on secure government job theand midLoyva 50’s, and thestep-father couple launched the Sheldon, uncertainKaela world of Finland. She is most predeceased by her father and Alicia Jameson, Britney Gollmar,into Logan, Mehaving lived Jock in cities the prairies growing up.inTauno Jim running their to own Land Title anddaughters engineering suppliesAnn, business. Kala gamely Jock taking on Leslie Matthias, Johnworked Matthias,along Angelaside Matthias, 31 greatMarlyn moved Kamloops withagency their four in 1971 Paavo Kataja. suchhave tasks as operating keeping the Thegreat-grandchildren. family frequently visited Jock’s grandchildren andbooks. 19 great Mom had 13 and made Kamloopsthe theirenormous home. blue printing machine, and brothers and sisters. Sheallis the survived by two sisters Lou Jameson, parents at their rustic log house on Mara Lake, and occasionally made the big trip way to sophisticated Victoria, KirstiJim was born in Alavus, Finland, moving to Canada at a very young was predeceased by his parents, Jim and Anne Duncan. Masters anddays numerous nieces nephews where Kala’s parents had(Beattie) retired to a in lovely houseLake, inand anSK, idyllic setting on Burnside Road. of and every summer was spent age.He She spent herLouise primary years Sudbury, her Alice adolescent in Part leaves his sister Martin of Emma at Shuswap Lake where theoffamily eventually got their own cabin near Bay. met Theby 60’s her boys go to the coast Helen wasBlind predeceased hersaw daughter Lynn Jameson brother Bob (Tracy) Duncan Vancouver and brother and Coquitlam, graduating from Centennial High. Coquitlam is where Kirsti towho attendshe UBC. In 70’s she and Jockasdivorced, so Kala moved backand to Vancouver and started a new life as an sister-in-law Don andtheLilearly of MB, as moved well numerous Daryl, married inCarman, 1977. They to Kamloops 1981 had on her Mominraised us five children own. She was a loving and independent single many woman. taught ESL at King Edward and developed a circle of friends with whom she carried nieces, dearShe friends. wonderful mom, grandma, great-grandma andmillion great-great Take one the joy ofnephews raising and thelife. two boys there. Many summers were spent boating on enjoyed an activeallsocial She skied, played bridge, went to plays, the ballet, the so opera andof the symphony. Throughout grandma. She was proud herself when she paid off herit Jim sports. He was an avid Blazer hockey fan for on Vancouver Island where shecentre enjoyed wildlife (especially teardrops wrap them all she remained the pillar football; at the of thewatching family. The the boyshouse. got married eventually gave her nine grandchildren, She wasand a strong and independent woman. She loved over 35 years. Jim enjoyed he played quarterback the whales) and the beautiful West Coast scenery. Among herandfavourite who andBlue admired herfarm without returned Kamloops where he expanded parent’s up his with love business thenshe hertoscratch win tickets and crossword puzzles and for theloved Winnipeg Bombers team.reservation. He was alsoKen a keen vacations were the numerous sun and sand vacations with family and raisedand hisnature family with Dave and Don stayed in Vancouver and raised their with Tracey and Cammi. taught us about values and families caringask for other people. will fiand sherman lover.Mo, Papawhile loved watching grandson the wind toWe carry friends; especially the all inclusive resorts in Cuba, and Dominican The second MacKinlay summer nearhisMagna Bay Shuswap acquired in the 80’s gave Mom a home for alwaysLake cherish our time withearly her. Always in our hearts we love Logan play soccer, hockey and golf.cabin He was biggest fan.on Mexico them to heaven youdaughters-in-law, mom. two months each summer, and a place to be close to her sons, and all the grandchildren, who made Republic. The greatest love was for his family and their well being and he up above. sure there was these nevermoments a dull moment. Mom’s first priority was always family,Tea andwill shetake wasplace always happiest in the presence A Memorial August 16, 2014 at Kamloops loved capturing on his camera. family. the late 80’s and embraced as an Funeral active and Thereofwill beShe noretired formalin ceremony, as per Kirsti’slifewishes. Homeindependent at 1:00 pm senior for the next 20 years. She Atraveled Celebration of Jim’s Life be held on Wednesday, August family dinners, birthday parties, and other gatherings at her extensively, andwillwhile at home hosted numerous missed Interment at Hillside Cemetery will takeDearly place on the Monday. 13, 2014 at 11:00 am. Pastor Brian Delmont will be officiating long time condotohome in Kits. The seventhank years you she spent thestaff O’Keefe she turned 86 were another happy period. The at family wishes extend a special to allatthe andafter volunteers the Kamloops Alliance Church, 233 Fortune Drive. In lieu of and remembered A very specialuntil thanks the Marjorie Willoughby from her short termmemory memory loss, she was generally healthy as a horse just to before her death, and she Snowden remained at RIH Cancer Clinic Trinity Hospice. flApart owers, donations in and Jim’s may be made to: Kamloops Hospice for the special of her phrase: and her “Hangin’ family andin!” a always. active and up for anything. Any enquiry about howBCshe wasstaff answered by hercare signature Hospice Association 72 Whiteshield Cres, Kamloops, V2Ewas doing thank you as well grandchildren, to Dr. Dong To the end she remained engaged and curious about the lives of her beloved all of whom made her very In lieu of flowers, donations in Kirsti’s memory may be made to the 2S9 or Eagle Bay Camp for Children, 5055 Eagle Bay Road. Love Kelly, Corry Memorial donations made to the Susan, Kamloops Hospice. proud with their1T0 many accomplishments including, notably, an expanding cropmay of be great grandchildren. Kala was the Eagle Bay, BC V0E Canadian Cancer Society, or the Trinity Hospice at Overlander. centre of our lives for so long that it will take years for us to understand what wemay havebelost with her passing. We from will hold and their families. 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Celebration of Life December 1, 1922 – August 5, 2015 April 13, 1933 – August 8, 2014 GARFIELD “GARY” THOMAS LESLIE for With heavy hearts, we write to inform It is withyou heavythat hearts and sadness that we announce the passing of Nora Stocks at It is with greatLeonard sadness that Jack Kelly passed away ontheJuly 31, Willoughby 2019 Marjorie Hospice House. She will be remembered by her husband, JEAN MACKAY we announceinthe passing BC at the age of 78. Victoria, Donald Horace Stocks, theirJulychildren: Humphrey, Susan Gilowski (Brian), The family of 7 1931 –Gloria July 6 2014 of Garfield “Gary” Thomas Donna Stocks (Joe Szigeti) along with two daughters-in-law (Theresa and Kathy), ten was26, born on April 2, 1941 in Vancouver, Leslie Awrey Len on July grandchildren,BC, seventeen great-grandchildren and three great-great grandchildren Ken Jacobs fourth of five sons to James andalong Sarahwith Kelly. He nieces and nephews. She also leaves good friends: Pauline 2014 at the agethe of 81. numerous joined the Navy at the age of 17, spending most Ament, Koji Kobayashi, Bob Hancherow and Frank Scordo. Nora was predeceased would like to Left to mourn his passing are of his years of service based out of Victoria. Len by her three sons: Trevor 1942-2014, Terrance 1956-2003 and Donald 1965-2003. his loving wife June, his son thank everyone moved his family to Kamloops, BC in 1979, where Kevin, daughter Shannon Nora was born in Newton Aycliffe, England and educated at St. Mary’s Collegiate he and his wife Rita raised their After daughters and battle with Alzheimer’s, During the Second World War, she met Donald who was and grandson Nicholas. for their anda long Durham University. lived for the next 33 years. Len and Rita returned to Victoria Marlene joinedinher2012. husband Doug He is also survived by his serving with the R.C.A.F-428th Squadron and they were married at Darlington, and son Guy on August 8, 2014. sympathy and sisters Rogers (Stan)life, and he spent many happy England, before returning She is survived by her children Gary, to Canada with their three young children on October 31, 1947. Nora was active Golf was a Yvonne big part of Len’s hours on Willy Nielsen passed Wendy, Vicki, and Jacki (Roger), and Darlene Awrey. in many local and provincial organizations while residing in Kindersley, SK. Withkind the addition of three a multitude of courses, most notably Kamloops Golf and varied Country thoughts her grandsons Jordan (Yessenia) away quitearea suddenly younger siblings the much larger family relocated to the Kamloops in 1960 where they purchased and Club and Cedar Hill raised Golf inCourse. fishing,and playing darts, Stanley John Tash Jack Andrew Tash He was born and Outlook,Bowling, Saskatchewan. Brandon, her sister Doreen and on operated theother Brocklehurst Town02/03/1939 and Country– Store untiland 1969.peacefully The family resided in–the Brocklehurst area brothers Derrill and Stan and many singing, card games, andin trivia wereinamong Len’s on Ken’s 08/12/2017 02/19/1966 08/23/1984 During his early years,history Gary worked the oil patch August 2014rural at the nieces, nephews their children. until 1983, and when they relocated to Nelson, BC in an attempt for a5,more homestead for Donald Jr. This interests and Alberta. hobbies. He he also thoroughly enjoyed spending time southern In 1958, moved to Medicine Hat Marlene will be remembered for her Marjorie Willoughby passing. did not work as planned and the family returned to Kamloops in 1986 where they resided until Nora’s illness You both were taken from our lives abruptly, with the numerous people in his varied social networks. where he worked in the trucking industry. After a move love of music, playing her accordion Snowden Memorial and recent passing. and knitting all those wonderful to Calgary, he met his wife June and they married in both Home in a peaceful way. Hospice in MemorialUnknown Gathering to you sweaters and socks for her extended Len is 1962. survived byhehis of 45 years (née Scherr), daughters In 1969, andwife his family moved to Rita Kamloops. Noraandserved aswill analso Alderman on the newly incorporated Municipality of Brocklehurst and then continued family friends. She be Kamloops, BC. your departure. Christine (Blair) Surridge, Cathleen Kelly and Angela (Jeff) Bone,with the Amalgamated A comfort to us to Sunday as an Alderman City of Kamloops for accept three consecutive terms. Nora also served He continued his work in the tranportation industry remembered for her hospitality grandchildren Gavin, Owen, Elena, Greta, James, Erica, Asher, at the Shuswap and the hours of Willy Corps. is insurvived and was a very proud memberAugust of the 31, Federal Ottawa, the Royal Canadian Legion as a sales representative with Chapman’s Transport, 2014Civil Defense Russellthen andwith Marin. Len’s large extended family and treasured friends playing horseshoes with her guests. missed in Saskatchewan andandBritish Columbia, the Thompsonand Nicolasadly Regional District, the Cariboo-Thompson Beaver Trucking. Gary then worked as a Marlene’s door was always open will also miss his presence. 6:00 pm -are 9:00 pm usCare You both with everyday you both in ourfrom hearts by his wife, Phyllis, Regional Library Board and the Overlander Extended Hospital Board, until herlive retirement politics bus driver for the Kamloops School District. After she was a “Second Mom and Nana” toinmany people in Kamloops and of 59 years, and his 1986. Nora was awarded the Order of Canada Medal in 1977 for her Outstanding Community Service St. Andrews on the retirement, Gary along with June became avid golfers And none of this will ever depart We would like to extend our deepest thanks toAldergrove. the staff Thank youand all for being children, Roy, Susan, Pat Jacobs from 1952 -1977. and played regularly with friends at McArthur Park Square volunteers at Victoria Hospice. The care and compassion Len, a part of our lives. family We look at your pictures and remember with love Diane and and Mt. were Paul golf courses.inThey enjoyed travelling per Nora’s request and wishes there willBruce be noand memorial service&orShari gathering. and friends shown thealso final months of his life were Duncan Kerr Please join us forsecond a Celebration of her As 159 Seymour Street, their families, south to Palm Springs and other destinations. Because you are both throughout at peaceWilly’s - with above. Life on Saturday, August 30, 2014 at Nora had many accomplishments her many God years and she touched to none. Barb & Megan Kerr 10:00 am in the Kamloops Funeral everyone Kamloops, she met inBCsome way.sister She Solvej will be and greatlyher missed by everyone that was The family wishes to thank the dedicated and caring Home Chapel. family, as well as 1165 13th Street A Celebration of LifeLodge. will be held at noon on Monday, August 19, fortunate enough to meet her or know her. The family would like to thank all her staff of Ponderosa may BC. be expressed to numerous friends. Kamloops, BC 2019 at Sacred Heart Parish Hall, 4040 Nelthorpe St.,Condolences Victoria, care givers that attended her during her palliative care at home, all the RNs, LPNs the family from There will be no service by request. V2Band 8K4 her very www.kamloopsfuneralhome.com and Volunteer caregivers at the Marjorie Willoughby Hospice House In lieuNo of flflowers, to Victoria your wife, mother Jean, owers bydonations request. If friends desire,Hospice they may are appreciated. special doctor, Dr. Sigalet. Arrangements entrusted to Jim & Karen You will always make a contribution to a charity of their choice in Michael your son and brother, The family requests that in lieu ofbe flowers, expressions of sympathy(Darryl) may be made with us in our Please light a candle on Len’s tribute page at Gary’s name. grandchildren Benjamin CarlyHouse Tash orJacobs by way of donation to the Marjorie Willoughby Hospice the Canadian www.earthsoption.com hearts. and 250-554-2577 Breast Cancer Society.

Missing you so much and greatly loved by

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Recreation **BOOK NOW FOR BEST WEEKS IN 2019** Shuswap Lake! 5 Star Resort in Scotch Creek BC. REST & RELAX ON THIS PRIVATE CORNER LOT. Newer 1bdrm, 1-bath park model sleeps 4 . Tastefully decorated guest cabin for 2 more. One of only 15 lots on the beautiful sandy beach with a wharf for your boat. Provincial park, Golf, Grocery/Liquor store & Marina all minutes away. Resort has 2 pools, 2 hot tubs, Adult & Family Clubhouse, Park, Playground. Only $1,400 week. BOOK NOW! Rental options available for 3 & 4 day, 1 week, 2 week & monthly. Call for more information. 1-250-371-1333.

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WEDNESDAY, August 14, 2019

The Butler Says..

www.kamloopsthisweek.com

midsummer selloff

Free winter & dewinteriZe serviCe! 08 fOReSt RiveR gRey WOlf 26bh #rv4178a

WAS $16,991

12,800

NOW $

90 bi-weekly

OR $

2018 jAycO White hAWk #rv4183

11 fOReSt RiveR SuNSeekeR 2690S #rv4118b

47,300

NOW $

WAS $49,900

268 bi-weekly

OR $

18 jAycO jAy feAtheR 23Rl #rv4149

10 jAycO jAy feAtheR x213

NeW 17 jAycO White hAWk 27dSRl

#rv5378

WAS $15,995

#rv4095

14,800

NOW $

132 bi-weekly

OR $

18 jAycO jAy flight Slx ROcky mtN editiON 324bdSW

WAS $46,995

39,800

NOW $

174 bi-weekly

OR $

18 jAycO jAy feAtheR 23Rbm #rv4102

#rv4177

WAS $49,900

39,403

NOW $

173 bi-weekly

OR $

2018 jAycO jAy feAtheR 22Rb #rv4112

WAS $38,989

29,948

NOW $

132 bi-weekly

OR $

33,200

NOW $

WAS $37,995

146 bi-weekly

OR $

18 jAycO White hAWk 28Rl #rv4105

WAS $48,995

183 bi-weekly

OR $

Canada’s #1 travel trailer

D#5333

41,710

NOW $

37,811

NOW $

166 bi-weekly

OR $

18 hummiNgbiRd 17bh

123 bi-weekly

OR $

149 bi-weekly

OR $

#rv4155

27,779

NOW $

33,809

NOW $

18 jAycO jAy feAtheR x17z

#rv4116

WAS $34,900

WAS $39,900

WAS $37,995

30,400

NOW $

133 bi-weekly

OR $

see reverse for more super deals! all rv payments with $0 down! • 2 year FaCtory warranties

BUTLER AUTO & RV

SUPERCENTRE

All prices plus $495 documentation paper fees. Payments based on 129 payments with $0 down O.A.C.

WAS $46,995

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