Donna Yvonne Meeley 1957 — 2020

Donna Yvonne Meeley

It is with great sadness that the family of Donna Meeley announce her sudden passing on September 2,2020 at the age of 63 years.

Donna is lovingly remembered by her son Trevor Prociuk, (Edmonton),father Raymond Lestage, siblings, Linda(Dave) Rabidoux & family, Wayne(Shelley)Lestage & family, Rhonda(Murray)  Leonew & family.  Also numerous aunts,uncles & cousins. Her precious felines Chloe and Munchkin will also miss her.

Donna was predeceased by her mother Dorothy Lestage June,2019.

Donna was born and raised in Kamloops. She was a soft spoken, kind and caring person. She loved to tend her flower garden.  Donna was a cook by trade and worked at RIH, Kamloops Curling Club, The Shores and Overlander Extended Care.

Cremation has taken place. A private family service will be held October 6, 2020.In lieu of flowers , donations to Nicola Valley Animal Rescue in Merritt would be greatly appreciated.

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Louise Madeline Pratt 1930 — 2020

Louise Madeline Pratt

Louise Madeline Pratt of Kamloops BC passed away on Friday, September 25, 2020 at 89 years of age. She will be remembered by her children Dave (Maureen) Pratt of Kamloops and Chris of Kamloops, grandchildren Kayla and Tyler, and great grandchildren Liam and Rosie. She was predeceased by her husband Arnie in 1995.

Louise was born on November 14, 1930 in Falmouth, NS. She was the youngest of nine sisters and two brothers born to Ralph and Lurana Duncanson. She grew up on a large orchard in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia. She married Arnie on January 3, 1953 and moved to Truro, NS where she worked as a stenographer at various schools in the Truro area. The family moved to Kamloops, BC when Arnie transferred there with C.N.  She worked for the school board in Kamloops at many different schools. She had a love of animals, with a special fondness for miniature poodles.

Louise will be missed by all who knew her.

If friends so desire, memorial donations in Louise’s memory may be made to the Kamloops S.P.C.A., in lieu of flowers.

Arrangements entrusted to Kamloops Funeral Home

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Henry Jacob Walde 1933 — 2020

Henry Jacob Walde

Henry left us to be with his Lord and Saviour a few weeks after being diagnosed with cancer at the age of 87. He passed away peacefully with the love of his life by his side.

Henry was born in Kindersley, Saskatchewan on March 25, 1933. At the age of 9, the family moved to Chilliwack. They lived on a dairy farm but to help make ends meet, he would travel to Kamloops to work at various jobs. While in Kamloops, he met Elsie, who would later on become his wife. They were married in 1958.

Henry was the most gentle, kind, soft-spoken, and loving example of Jesus to many. He will be remembered for his incredible generosity and willingness to lend a hand. His deep faith in the Lord carried him through his entire life.

Henry was an avid gardener who was happiest when tending his flowers or giving away garden produce. He enjoyed woodworking, playing games and spending time with his family. He will be remembered fondly by his loving wife Elsie; children Bonita (Gord) Wiens and Darrel Walde; grandchildren Karey Wiens, Janice (Terry) Bowdler, Aidan and Tristan Walde; and great-grandchildren Kira, Joshua and Eden Bowdler.

The Celebration of Life was held on September 29 with close family and friends.

If you would like to make a donation on his behalf, please consider the Royal Inland Hospital.

Arrangements entrusted to Kamloops Funeral Home

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Daniel Thomas Myles 1900 — 2020

Daniel Thomas Myles

November 24, 1986 – September 12, 2020

The Myles family wishes to announce the sudden and devastating loss of their beloved Daniel. At the age of 33 Daniel’s life was tragically taken on Sept. 12 in Kamloops BC. 

Daniel was predeceased by his Grandfather Tom Myles in 2001, and is survived by Grandmother Joan, Mother Roxanne, Spouse Makayla Maskwa, Daughter Layla, Uncles John, Shawn, Tim, Aunts Janette, Sue, Cousins Tiffany, Dustin and Jennifer. Daniel will also be greatly missed by Makayla’s Grandparents Fran and Keith and also his best Friend Mark.

Daniel will be lovingly remembered for his humor, affection and kindhearted spirit. He excelled at playing football and he shared a special bond with his Poppy Myles while growing up in Surrey BC. He brought great joy into everyone’s lives. Friends have described Daniel as a real gentleman. He was protective and respectful towards the women in his family, offering words of endearment, hugs and a kiss on our heads.

Daniel had spent his adult life living in Kamloops BC. During the past 5 years Daniel was blessed with forming new family connections. Makayla’s Grandparents Fran and Keith were truly welcoming to him and continue to be generous with their love and support. Over the past year Daniel was overwhelmed with love for their beautiful new daughter Layla Myles.

A Memorial service will be held for Daniel on October 4th at 1:00pm at the Kamloops Funeral Home, 285 Fortune Drive . In lieu of flowers and in memory of Daniel a donation may be made to an Educational Trust Fund established for Layla Myles at The Bank of Montreal / Transit #0704 / Account # 8973364

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Aira Anneli Nikula 1935 — 2020

Aira Anneli Nikula

It is with great sadness that the family of Aira Nikula announce her sudden passing on September 15, 2020 at the age of 84 in Kamloops, BC. Aira was predeceased by her husband of 59 years, Pentti, in 2016. She is survived by her daughter Hannele (John) Cleaver, grandson Kieran (Bee) Nikula, her son Matti (Amanda) Nikula and grandsons Jordan and Logan. Many friends and family members will also miss Aira as she was a special lady to many and her circle of people stretched wide.

Aira was born in Finland and her and her husband, Pentti, immigrated to Canada in 1959. They settled in Coquitlam, BC where they made a home for themselves and raised their family until moving to Pinantan Lake, BC where they lived happily for 22 years before moving to Kamloops. Aira was a very creative woman and spent many hours quilting, sewing and weaving. She passed on many beautiful treasures to the people in her life and will be lovingly remembered with these. She was a tender gardener and took much pride in the beauty of her yard and flower gardens. Aira also loved to bake and spend time in the fishing boat whenever she could.

A celebration of life for Aira will be held at a later date when it is safe to have family and friends gather together to remember this special lady.

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