Landon Denis Mossman 1992 — 2017

Landon Denis Mossman

October 15, 1992 – February 9, 2017

It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Landon Denis Mossman on February 9, 2017.

Landon was born October 15, 1992 in Edmonton, Alberta. He is survived by his mother Krista, step-father Clint, father Mason, step-mother Heather, siblings; Trinity and Sam, Logan and Saydee, grandparents; Brian and Val, Glen, Laura, Bernice and papa D’Arcy, Doug and Jan, nana Fran and papa Keith, great-grandma Audrie, and many aunts, uncles, and cousins. He was predeceased by his grandma Linda, great-grandpa Ron, and grandpa Garry.

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“Peter” Pytro Phillip Moskalyk 1925 — 2017

“Peter”  Pytro Phillip Moskalyk

November 27, 1925 – February 22, 2017

Our beloved father passed away today.

Peter was born in St. Albert, Alberta with a twinkle in his eye, which he never lost. Peter’s biggest love was for family, and he had a large one. Born to Ukrainian immigrants Metro & Kate. Brothers George, Jim, Bill, Alex, John and Henry. Sisters Elsie (Galbreath) and Mary (Rombs). Also elder half siblings Mike, Nick, Mary & Ann.

Peter served in the army in the Second World War from 1942 to 1945 serving in Vernon, BC & Wainwright, Alberta.

Peter married Etnie Olive Crocker in 1948 in Fairview, Alberta, they started their family with Etnie’s niece, Agnes and soon after Jim George, Judith Linette, Glen David followed.

In 1952, Peter moved his family to Fort St John BC where he was part owner in Texaco Gas Station, also worked on the Oil Rigs and the Department of Highways.

There were three more children to follow, Thomas Allen, Candis Jean and Dale Boyd. Here he remained until in 1971, Peter and Etnie moved to Kamloops with Dale, where he lived his remaining years. Dad operated the grader and other heavy duty equipment with precision working on most of the roads and highways in BC.

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William Christopher Watters 1963 — 2017

William Christopher Watters

January 2, 1963 – Febuary 16, 2017

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of William Christopher Watters.

Chris is survived by his wife Susan Watters, his sister Dawn and her daughter Marysha, all his step children and grandchildren and of course his many other relatives and friends. 

Chris was born in Glendale, California.  He lived in Burbank California until the age of 9 and then moved to the San Fernando Valley. His mother had a small cottage on the beach in Mexico that he would visit a few times over the summer and he loved the ocean and the times spent there with his family.

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Donald Grant Hendee 1932 — 2017

Donald Grant Hendee

July 12, 1932 – February 20, 2017

Donald (“Papa”) passed away peacefully with his family by his side in the early morning of February 20, 2017 .

Donald is survived by his wife Rosemary and his children; Marilyn (Ken), Gail (Brad), and Catherine. Donald was also the proud grandfather to his grandchildren Darcy (Natalie), Tyler (Michelle), Jason, Victoria, Brittany (Jamie) and Nolan and a great grandfather to Dache, Aiva and Adrian.

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Alexandrew “Keith” Bryden Hanna 1938 — 2017

Alexandrew “Keith” Bryden Hanna

Keith Hanna passed away peacefully at the age of 78 in the Royal Inland Hospital on February 6, 2017, surrounded by the love of his family and friends. Keith is predeceased by his beloved wife Frances, parents Sadie and Bill, brothers Trevor, in infancy, Glen (Rose) and sister in law Judy (Horst) Holwein. He leaves behind his son Bruce, daughter-in-law Lisa Dyer, and many close friends.

Keith was born in Kamloops in 1938 and grew up at the Lone Pine Farm in Westsyde. In 1965, he married the love of his wife, Frances Russill, who swept him off his feet with her quick wit and beautiful smile. Keith was an accomplished builder and developer, a visionary who loved to create. In 1975, the family moved to Blackpool where he and Frances set up an operated the Thompson Crossing (Keekwille Village) manufactured home park. Over the years, Keith and Frances were very active in the community, including participation in the Lion’s Club. During this period, Keith oversaw the construction of many community facilities in the Clearwater area, including the Blackpool Fire hall and the Clearwater Medical Centre. Quality craftsmanship was of the utmost importance to Keith, always ensuring that his projects were built to the highest of standards, Keith and France created the partnership ITEC Enterprises, a combination of two letters from each of their names, under which they continued to undertake various initiatives in Clearwater and Barriere.

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