DANIEL WILLIAM KILGOUR 1949 — 2017

DANIEL WILLIAM KILGOUR

Daniel William Kilgour of Savona, BC, passed away on November 12, 2017 at 68 years of age. He is survived by his wife, Lorna N (Jules) Kilgour. Children, Eric W. Kilgour and Nancy M. Kilgour of Kamloops, B.C., grandchildren, Ashley Rose Kilgour,  Angela May Kilgour, brother, Robert D Kilgour of California, USA., mother, Vi Marlowe and many other relatives. Daniel is predeceased by his father, Donald R. Kilgour in 1962.

Dan worked for the city of Kamloops for 35 years. He was also a boiler maker, welder , and rancher for Deadmans Creek. He loved his family and enjoyed spending time with them and his friends. His greatest love was fishing with his son, Eric, archery with Lorna and Angela and he had fun shooting with Ashley, and had many conversations with Nancy.

Special Thanks to all that came to remember Dan, also members of Westsyde Gospel Hall, West View Chapel, Victoria B.C., and Kamloops Gospel Chapel.

A Funeral Service was held on Saturday, November 18, 2017 at Skeetchestn Reserve.

If you so desire, please make a donation to Heart and Stroke Foundation, 107-1001 Cloverdale Ave, Victoria BC V8X 4C9 or the Canadian Cancer Society, 111-450 Lansdowne St., Kamloops BC  V2C 1Y

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Lorraine Florence (Nolan) Lebourdais 1940 — 2017

Lorraine Florence (Nolan) Lebourdais

Lorraine Florence LeBourdais of Kamloops, BC passed away on Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at the age of 77.

 

She is survived by her children; Della (Merle) Fellhauer of Kamloops, Daphne (Mark) LeBourdais-Hilleren of Watford City, ND, Gary (Jen) LeBourdais of Kamloops, Sandra LeBourdais of Kamloops, Jerry (Traci) LeBourdais of Kamloops, Ed (Deana) LeBourdais of Kamloops, Barry (JessieAnn) LeBourdais, and Mel (Teresa) Harrison (adopted son) of Osoyoos, grandchildren; Jolene, Tye (Delaney), Joseph (Jolene) Stephanie (Jay), Lori (Glen), Tanner (Jordi), Darcy (Jodi), Taylor, Adam, Hannah, Derian, Nicole, Marty, Logan, Ben, Joshua, Braden, Marci, Denny, Shay, Christine, and Mathew, great grandchildren; Kayla, Tiegan, Kiara, Zoey, Cyrus, Phoenix, Dainah, Liam, Wyatt, Morgan, Levi, Emma, Kaelyn, Quinn, Claire, Cameron, Isabella, Olivia, Kash, and Addysin,Darwin, Orion,Ella Dawne.

Lorraine is also survived by her siblings, Marelene Newman of Alberta, Wayne Apelle of Edmonton, AB, nieces Marlene and Faye Belanger, and nephew Larry Belanger. She was predeceased by her husband Joseph, daughter Deborah, son Larry, great grandson Dominic Fellhauer, mother Mary (Belanger) Nolan, father James Nolan, brother Kenneth Nolan, Uncles Wilfred and Morris Belanger, father in-law Eddy LeBourdais, and mother in-law Alice LeBourdais.

 

Lorraine was born in Innisfail, AB and raised in Innisfail, Ponoka and Hobbema, AB and Kamloops, BC. Lorraine comes from a long lineage of Cree ancestry- her grandparents Lucy and Charles, were full-blood Cree from Saskatchewan. Lorraine and Joseph were married in 1955 and started their family. They  moved to Clinton, BC  at 8 Mile Ranch, then relocated to Whispering Pines in Kamloops. Lorraine was wife, foster mother, and ranch hand alongside her beloved Joseph, rodeo timer and secretary,Social Development Worker/Education Coordinator for Whispering Pine/Clinton Indian Band for many years, and was significant in the BC Natives Women’s Society and Aboriginal Education Council. She retired in May 2005. Lorraine also served as Band Administrator and Councillor for the Whispering Pine/Clinton Indian Band for a number of years. Lorraine was well known for her singing while Joseph played his guitar, and she also sang with a well-known Kamloops Band, the Thompson Valley Boys. Joe and Lorraine loved to dance.

 

Viewing/visitation will take place at 11:00 am on Wednesday, November 22, 2017 in the Rosewood Room at Kamloops Funeral Home. The Funeral Service will take place at 1:00 pm on Wednesday, November 22, 2017 in the Kamloops Funeral Home Chapel, 285 Fortune Drive. There will be a reception to follow.Read More & Leave Condolences »

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Ingrid Maureen Rath 1958 — 2017

Ingrid Maureen Rath

After a very brief illness, it is with great shock and sorrow that the family announce the passing of Ingrid Maureen Rath (Jaeb) on November 11, 2017.
Ingrid was born in Humboldt Sask on January 1, 1958 and was a gift to all those who knew her.
She grew up in LeRoy SK until 1968 when the family moved to Surrey BC. In 1971 the family moved to Maple Ridge where she made many lifelong friends and met the love of her life, David Rath.
Dave & Ingrid were married in August 1986. In July 1988 they welcomed their first son, Blake David and in 1991 they welcomed their second son, Dustin Andrew. Together they raised two amazing young men who were the pride and joy of her life. She was so proud of her boys and was thrilled when Kirsten and Chrissy were introduced into the family. She loved them dearly and now her family was complete.
Ingrid’s greatest joy was spending time with her family and friends. She loved to fish and camp at Canim Lake.
She loved her job and her co-workers at London Drugs.Read More & Leave Condolences »

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Gloria Mee lee Yoshy 1934 — 2017

Gloria Mee lee Yoshy

We are sad to announce the passing of Gloria Mee lee Yoshy, who was born on April 11, 1934 in Paradise Hill Saskatchewan. She worked many year at Artlight  Studios on 3rd ave. thereafter moving on to the new Woodwards Store, finishing her final years working at Overlander Extended care.

Gloria passed away on November 1st surrounded by her family. Gloria was a loving wife, mother, grand-mother, and great grand-mother. She is remembered as a loving, caring and welcoming person by those that knew her.

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Allan Halliday 1932 — 2017

Allan Halliday

Longtime resident and business man Allan Halliday, passes away peacefully after a short illness, on October 27 surrounded by family. Allan moved to Kamloops in 1967 from Winnipeg with his wife Agnes and two children; Sheena and Allan, a few years after immigrating from Scotland. In 1968 he started (AB) Halliday Air Conditioning & Refrigeration with only one truck and a passion for problem solving. Halliday Refrigeration is still operated by his son. Allan’s passion for Scottish music led him to become a talented musician, spending hours playing and inspiring his children’s and grandchildren’s love for music. He enjoyed badminton and camping when time permitted and in his latter years, Allan enjoyed gardening and baking and time with family. Allan was known as the friendly but opinionated Scotsman who happily serviced Kamloops and surrounding areas for more than half his life.Read More & Leave Condolences »

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