Brian Gordon Torgerson 1964 — 2017

Brian Gordon Torgerson

We are saddened to announce the passing of our son and brother June 2, 2017 at the age of 53.

Brian is survived by his father Albert and brother Barry (Sonia). He was predeceased by his mother Laura

in 1999. Brian was raised until 7 years of age in Victoria, BC until moving to Kamloops in 1971 for his school years.

He was a popular guy involved in hockey and other sports at a young age and enjoyed many summer vacations to visit cousins in California.

He moved back to Victoria for a number of years working towards and obtaining his Journeyman Carpentry ticket. Brian then went on to many jobs

taking his journey to many big cities and towns working construction and then slowing down back in Kamloops.

Over the past few years Brian’s health and lifestyle prevented him from working.

We are comforted to know he is now at peace.


There will be no funeral service by request. In lieu of flowers please contribute to the Ask Wellness Society or a charity of your choice.

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Marlene Zenowski 1933 — 2017

Marlene Zenowski

We are saddened to announce that on June 5, 2017,  Marlene Eleanor Zenowski decided that it was time to rejoin her husband Bill,  after missing him for 10 long years.   Bill Zenowski was the love of her life, and she the love of his, so we find comfort with the knowledge that they’re together again.

Marlene was born in Kamloops (as the middle child to a British/Irish father and Swedish mother) but was not raised here, moving many times in her childhood years to follow her father’s work and army career.  She loved Vancouver in particular, but eventually came back to Kamloops, met Bill, and stayed here for the rest of her life.  The first moment Bill saw Marlene, he turned to his friend and told him that he was “goingRead More & Leave Condolences »

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Kathleen Mary Margaret Dennill 1934 — 2017

Kathleen Mary Margaret Dennill

Kathleen Mary Margaret Dennill passed away peacefully with her family by her side May 31, 2017, at the age of 83.

She is survived by her children Ron Dennill (Caroline), Reg Dennill (Vicki), Lisa Daburger (Norm).  Grandchildren Aimee, Courtney, Brooke, Jen, Marcus, Josh, Max, Ryan, Kara, and Cory. Great grandchildren Faith, Mason, Meeka, and Yannick.   Nephews Gord, Reid, David and niece Kathy.

Kathleen was predeceased by her husband of 35 years, Tom, sister Jackie and brother-in-law Bruce. Mom is the last of this fun foursome that has been sharing laughs together since high school.

Kathleen was born on May 2, 1934 in Winnipeg Manitoba. Her Family moved to the farm in Langley where she met her future husband Tom.  With the family moving to Kamloops in 1972 where she has resided since, Kathleen has enjoyed regular family get-togethers at home and her favorite place, the cabin.

The family would like to express their deepest appreciation to the staff at Ridgeview for the wonderful care mom has received over the past year.

A Celebration of Kathleen’s life will take place at the Kamloops Alliance Church, 200 Leigh Rd. Kamloops at 2 PM on Friday, June 9, 2017.  Entrance on the Beach Ave side.

Reception to follow.

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Steven Baxter 1985 — 2017

Steven Baxter

It is with profound sorrow and sadness that we announce the death of our deeply beloved son, Steven. During his short life, Steven touched many people with his humour and love. He spent many hours writing and playing his guitar and enjoying fishing adventures. His curiosity and love for a party were boundless. He was a true free spirit, living for the day. Steve will be missed an remembered by the many who knew and loved him. Steve is survived by his broken hearted parents, Dave (Shanamay) Baxter, Roseanne (Rich) Kovasin , sister Taylor (Dylan), grandpa Tom and grandma Betty. We wish to thank Steve’s numerous community of friends in Kamloops and Courtenay and the Trout Creek crew who provided support and assistance during this very difficult time. A celebration of Steve’s life will be held at 4169 Forfar Rd. (off York Rd.) in Campbell River B.C. from 12:00 to 4pm.

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Anthony Stanley Lawrence Bugera 1966 — 2017

Anthony Stanley Lawrence Bugera

Anthony Bugera: February 9, 1966 – May 30, 2017.

Here’s the Thing…

Anthony was born into this world fighting for his life.  Similarly, and while surrounded by loved ones, Anthony left us 51 years later, still putting up the good fight

Despite the odds, nothing kept Anthony from enjoying his passions: Computers, skiing, scuba diving, sailing, photography, and role-playing games, to nBorn and raised in Kamloops, BC, in his youth, Anthony was active in the Ukrainian Orthodox church, and was a member of the Ukrainian dance group; he also excelled at violin.  Graduating from Norkam Secondary in 1984, Anthony continued his studies at Cariboo College, Vancouver Community College, and the University of British Columbia.  While at university, he joined Sigma Chi Fraternity.  It was at Sigma Chi where Anthony developed many friendships that continued until his final days.

It didn’t take long for Anthony to develop a reputation as a Computer Guy; and he was frequently sought out for his computer programming and technical skills.  It seemed only logical that Anthony parlay his computer prowess to a full-time occupation, as he worked his way in the Tech Support industry for several companies including the Richmond School District, before finally developing his own Company, Armadillo Consulting. In the midst of achieving his dreams of working in IT, Anthony found employment at Zellers Store #50 in Kamloops.  It was there in 1986 that he met his future wife, Trish.  She finally agreed to go out with him on the third try, and they remained together until the very end.  After Anthony and Trish married in 1988, they relocated to Vancouver to continue university studies.

In 1998 Anthony and Trish welcomed their first child, Vladimyr into the world, and in 2006, daughter Oksana came along.  Life continued at a busy pace with Anthony running his own business while coaching Vlad’s soccer team for several seasons; he also taught Sunday School at church.  In August 2008, Anthony fell ill, and spent ten days at St. Paul’s Hospital.  Anthony had been bitten by a tick, and his symptoms matched those of Lyme Disease.  Anthony was also diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis – either way, his health was affected tremendously.  Anthony was treated for Lyme, and his symptoms dissipated quite rapidly; he returned to coaching soccer, and was starting to feel good again.Read More & Leave Condolences »

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