Powell, Mildred “Helen”

POWELL, HELEN wAugust 11, 1926 – December 05, 2014
athe age of 88 years

Helen Powell passed away peacefully on December 5, 2014 at Mt. Ida Mews in Salmon Arm, B.C. at the wonderful age of 88.   Helen was predeceased by her husband David and is survived by her children Leanne Milburn (Tom), Robb Burnham (Leaza), Cheryl Wallace (Ken), Randy Burnham, step children Glen (Dawne), Gayle Rainboth (Steve) and Sandra Head (John), 8 Grandchildren, 4 Great Grandchildren and 5 Step Grandchildren and dear friends. She had a rewarding career as a registered nurse and loved her summers at Shuswap Lake and winters in Yuma.   She was a very special lady with a twinkle in her eye, she will be dearly missed. A very special thanks to Dr. Guy Dewet and the wonderful staff at Mt. Ida Mews and Shuswap Lodge in Salmon Arm.   They all provided the best care and support a family could ask for. A memorial service will be held in the spring to celebrate Helen’s life. In lieu of flowers please make donations to the Salvation Army or a charity of your choice. As Mom would say, “Keep smiling, be happy, and know the strength of prayer.”   God Bless you Mom.

Kolmatycki, Mary

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAAugust 12, 1912 – December 3, 20014
at the age of 102 years

Smith, Mary Joyce

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAMay 8, 1920 – Dec. 3, 2014
at the age of 94 years

Webster, Wade & Steven Harry

WEBSTERS wApril 15, 1939 – November 23, 2014
at the age of 75 years

April 21, 1964 – November 27, 2014
at the age of 50 years

 Celebration of Life for Wade and Steven at the Shuswap Community Church, 3151 6th Ave. NE., Salmon Arm on Sunday, December 7th at 2 pm. 
It is with overwhelming grief and sadness that we announce the death of Wade Webster at the age of 75, on November 23rd and the sudden death of Steven Harry Webster at only 50, on November 27th, 2014. 
After a short and brave battle with cancer, Wade passed away peacefully with family by his side at Bastion Place in Salmon Arm. 
Family was very important to Steven. While travelling home to be with his family, Steven passed away in a fatal car accident. 
They will be lovingly remembered by wife/mother Sharon, daughter/sister Sheri (Barry), grandsons/nephews Ty and Taylor, granddaughter/niece Teagan, brothers/uncles Michael (Jane) and Chris (Mary), stepmother/grandmother Robyn, brothers-in-law/uncles Jerry (Susan) and Barrie (Britta), sisters-in-law/aunts Karen and Lynda (Alfred) as well as many nieces and nephews/cousins, and great nieces and nephews.  They both leave a vast number of close friends. 
Wade shared with us the gifts of humor, travel and adventure. He will be remembered by all for his quick wit, sense of humor and amazing storytelling abilities. 
Steve will leave with us the gifts of compassion, friendship and a joy of living life to the fullest. When he made a friend, it was a friend for life.
Both Wade and Steven had a passion for riding motorcycles and shared many adventures together. 
Wade and Steven hold a special place in the hearts of many and will be forever missed and never forgotten. 
We would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to Dr. Skubiak, the nurses at the hospital and the staff at Bastion Place. 

Lindberg, Knud Erik

LINDBERG-KNUD, ErikAugust 24, 1933 – November 26, 2014
at the age of 81 years

Passed away quietly November 26, 2014 in Salmon Arm hospital, of cancer. Born in Denmark, Erik came to Canada in the 1970’s. Erik was a Marine Engineer by trade and worked and travelled on cargo ships in the middle east for many years. He leaves to mourn, his spouse Jeanette of Chase, a sister Kirsten in Hawaii, his daughter Gitte McCormick, in Victoria, a son Erik Jr. in Abbotsford and four grandchildren Leah, Erika, Cameron, and Eason. Cremation and no service by request. 

Sulin, Ulah Fay

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAMarch 22, 1931 – November 26, 2014
at the age of 83 years

Vernon, Whitty John

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAMarch 4, 1916 – November 26, 2014
at the age of 98 years

Bourelle, Amy

BOURELLE, AMY wMay 15, 1916 – November 22, 2014
at the age of 98 years

Memorial “Celebration of Life” gathering to be on December 7th  2:00 pm at Salmon Arm Elks Hall, 3690- 30th St. N.E.

Passed away peacefully at age 98 in residences at Piccadilly Place Care Home. Formerly a long time resident of Horsefly BC. Amy and husband Philip moved to Salmon Arm BC in 1972. Born at Rochester Alberta, Amy married Philip Bourelle at age 15. They shared 66 years of marriage until Philips death in 1998. They had 12 children then raised two additional boys. She is survived by 9 of her children. Philip Jr; Arthur (Alice);(Predeceased George); Charles; Hazel Glusman (Dave) Katherine Sarrazin (Bert); Emory; Walter; Lyda Critchlow (Stanley); Ivan (Judi); Brian Brown and Barry Brown. Amy had 12 siblings and is survived by brother Edmund Hill of Ft. St. James BC and sister Silvia Madsen of Boyle Alberta. Philips family of 8 have all passed. Amy and Philip’s fruitful life leave 9 children , 25 Grand Children, many great grandchildren, several great great grand and a few great great great grand children. Amy will be oh-so-missed by family, nieces, nephews, friends, neighbors for all of the wonderful moments and memories of her 98 years. Amy’s family exstend our very special thanks to Dr. Wiecker for his outstanding care to our mother’s needs. Our thanks also to Fishers Funeral Services for excellent guidance and service. Memorial “Celebration of Life” gathering to be on December 7th starts time 2:00 pm at Salmon Arm Elks Hall, 3690- 30th St. N.E.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to a charity of your choice.

Daughton, Janice Merdean

DAUGHTON, JANICE wAugust 27, 1940 – November 20, 2014
at the age of 74 years

Funeral services will be held Thursday, November 27, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 1400 – 20th St. NE, Salmon Arm, BC, at 11:00 am.

With courage and faith Janice Merdean Daughton succumbed to cancer at the age of 74 with loved ones by her side.
Janice was born at St. Rose De Lac, Manitoba, to Hazel and Robert Harrison. She was the oldest of 3 children. Janice grew up on a farm and enjoyed the companionship of lots of extended family during those years.
At 11 years of age her family moved to Terrace Bay, ON. They moved to Hinton, AB, when Janice was 16. There she finished school and became a nurse’s aide. It was here that she met and married her husband Douglas Daughton. Together they raised a family of 3 children. After 35 years in Hinton, Janice and Doug retired to Sunny Brae, BC, where she lived out her life taking great pleasure in having family and friends gather in her home and yard to play and visit.
Family was always very important to Janice. At this time of her passing, her family cherishes the memories of her devotion to her family and the efforts she took to keep her family close. Her faith, kindness, and personal example were a loving force in their lives and will continue to be so.
Janice was predeceased by her husband of 52 years, Douglas Daughton. She will be sadly missed by her children: Carrie Callihoo (Calvin), Rhonda Kicia (Ken), Shane Daughton (Tanya); 12 grandchildren and 81/2 great-grandchildren; as well as her brother Phil Harrison (Elaine) and her sister Brenda Harrison.
Many thanks to the members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and to Joan and Chris Clark for their tremendous love and support.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society.

Morris, Brian Edward

MORRIS, BRIAN WAugust 09, 1963 – November 07, 2014
At the age of 51

It is with deep shock and sadness that the Morris Family announces the sudden passing of Brian Edward Morris at only 51 years young, on November 7th, 2014 at Little White Lake, BC. He is survived by his wife Angelina, and her children; Douglas Reyes (Mariko), Jane Reyes and granddaughter Kiana; his mother Darlene & father Brian, his sisters; Sandra (Lee), Sherryl (Al), and Susan (Trevor). Brian’s pride and joy was his life as a Captain in the White Lake Volunteer Fire Department (WLVFD). He was very active in the White Lake Community Association and the White Lake Residents’ Association. He was also an avid fisherman who spent many hours on White Lake, and an aspiring musician who played sax, drums, guitar and harmonica as well as some pretty decent vocals. He became a popular host for a Salmon Arm community radio program, Vinyl Suitcase on Voice of the Shuswap CKVS 93.7 FM. A radio program tribute to Brian is planned for Nov. 28th at 7 pm, Nov. 30th at 10 am and Dec 2nd at 3 pm.
The WLVFD invites all friends and family to a Celebration of Life and Community Tribute, to be held at the White Lake Community Hall at 11 am on Saturday the 29th of November.
The Morris Family is planning an additional family Celebration of Life to be held in late May/June of 2015 to facilitate travel plans for all our relatives and friends.