Wayne Theodore Schneider (Bradford) of Kamloops BC entered into eternal peace on August 2, 2017 at 53 years young.
Born in Saint John New Brunswick, Wayne enjoyed growing up on the East Coast but Kamloops has been the place he has called home for the past 20 years.
Wayne will be missed by his Mom Simone (Jack), his children Ashley (Darcy) and Matthew (Kate), his brothers Allan (Elaine) and Carl, his grandchildren Makenzie, Marcus and Luca, his nieces and nephews Jordan, Emily, Laura and Cassandra, all of his Aunts, Uncles and friends.
He loved spending time with his family and friends. He was an avid fisherman who also enjoyed golfing. Wayne showed tremendous patience and strength this past year as he dealt with the struggles and challenges of having ALS.
He had a heart of gold and was always willing to help out someone in need. He will be forever missed, always loved and never forgotten.Read More & Leave Condolences »
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the death of Ruby Violet Frank (nee Rose) from cancer on August 8, 2017 at the Marjorie Willoughby Snowden Memorial Hospice in Kamloops, BC. Ruby was just shy of her 82nd birthday.
Ruby is survived by her husband of 64 years, Jacob Frank. Her children, Daryl (Lori) and Gary (Cindy) and grandchildren, Derek, Connor, Jacob and Madison. Ruby is remembered by her sisters, Helen (Homer), Edith, Marjorie (Ron), Donna (Dennis), brother Lenard (Marnie) and numerous nieces and nephews.
She was predeceased by her parents Glenn and Violet, and siblings Harold, Elmer, Harvey and Elaine.
Ruby was born in Ogema, SK where she grew up, went to school and married Jake. After they were married they worked the farm. In 1959, they moved to Chase, BC where they ran several businesses including a hardware store, building supply centre and RV park. Ruby worked side by side with Jake in every business. In 1966, they started their family and continued to live and work in Chase. Even retirement couldn’t slow Ruby down, she sold Mary Kay and Regal.Read More & Leave Condolences »
Lila Teresa Peters (nee Hebert), a long-time resident of Kamloops, BC, died on August 3, 2017 at Kamloops Hospice.Lila was born on May 31, 1931 at Agate Bay, Adam Lake, BC, and is the youngest of 11 children. Lila was a warm and generous person and an avid gardener. Lila made the world a much richer place to be with her in it, she will be dearly missed. Predeceased by her husband John Peters, Lila is survived by her two daughters, Sherie Franklin & her husband Bruce and their daughters Breanna and Sarah, Daughter Patsy Parr, Sister Dorothy Dennery and family, Sister In-Law Greta Peters & Ken Moffatt, Paul and Audrey LaFave and family, Mary McKnight, Sharie and Rick Diehl and family and lots of nieces and nephews.We will be holding an informal Celebration of Lila’s life on August 16th at Desert Gardens, 540 Seymour Street, Kamloops. Doors open from 2:00pm – 4:00pm in the “Mahave” Room.
In lieu of flowers, please send a donation to the Marjorie Willoughby Snowden Memorial
It is with great sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of Bernie Marriott at age 78, in Kamloops, BC.
Bernie is survived by his loving sons Bruce Marriott and Bill Marriott (Karen Skinner) of Kamloops, BC and older sister Belle Atkinson of Merritt, BC. Bernie was predeceased by his parents Thomas and Eveline Marriott, brothers Dave, Jim, Sid and Horace, as well as sisters Gwen McKeown and Gladys Stanley.
Bernie was born in Penticton, BC. He grew up a few kilometers south of Penticton on the family orchard in Kaleden, BC. As a teenager, Bernie joined the Royal Canadian Navy and served for five years, stationed in Halifax, Nova Scotia. In 1974, Bernie moved his family to Kamloops, BC, and worked as a butcher at Overwaitea/Saveon Foods until his retirement. He loved curling, fishing, boating and spending time at his summer retreat on Nicola Lake. Bernie was a proud member of the Moose Lodge (43 years), ANAVETS and Curling Club.Read More & Leave Condolences »
July 13, 1931 to August 6, 2017
On August 6, 2017 Betty went to be with her Lord and Savior with her loving family at her side. Betty was predeceased by her loving husband Terry Hulton. She is survived by her daughter Shelley (Randy) Clary, grandchildren Barb (Craig) Hulton, Adam (Kate) Clary, Joel (Jenn) Clary, Megan (William) Lowe; as well as, great grandchildren Seth Brown, Axton Clary, and Levi Clary and her good friend Joyce Clary. Betty’s greatest joy in life came from her grandchildren and great grandchildren; she looked forward to gaining two more great grandchildren this year.
Betty was born July 13, 1931 in Saskatoon Saskatchewan. The family moved to Osoyoos, B.C, where she met the love of her life, Terry Hulton. Terry and Betty were married June 27, 1952. Betty had an amazing career at the Royal bank for over 52 years. The client was always number one for Betty and she always took pride and joy in her work.Read More & Leave Condolences »