January 10, 1943 – May 13, 2015
At the age of 72 years
A celebration of Ian’s life will be held on August 1st 2015 at the Eastman-Christian home in Blind Bay.
It is with great sadness the family of Ian Eastman announce his passing at Mt. Ida Mews in Salmon Arm on May 13, 2015 at the age of 72.
Throughout his life Ian enjoyed skiing, golfing and traveling.
Ian worked in logging and road construction and was well known for his work ethic.
He was a member of Drifters Rod & Custom Club and was very proud of his 1949 Ford Custom pickup.
Ian greatly appreciated all his wonderful friends and family that kept in touch with him over the years.
He is survived by his long time partner Elizabeth, sister Marnie (Joachim, nephew Tory) Son Sean (grandchildren Riley, Jenna and Piper) Son Neal (granddaughters Ashley, Cathy and Julia) Stepdaughter Cathy (grandchildren Tyler, Jason, Taylor and Sarah) Stepson Ryan (granddaughter Jazzlyn) A celebration of Ian’s life will be held on August 1st 2015 at the Eastman-Christian home in Blind Bay.
Special thanks to Dr. Plessis and the wonderful caring staff of Mt. Ida Mews.
Please accept my sincere sympathy Elizabeth. I am only a phone call away if I can do anything to help you through this hard time. Sandy
Elizabeth,,,,l went to Nechako Valley High in vanderhoof with Ian from Grade 9 through grade 12,,, he was a great guy and l have a lot of memories of he and l thriugh those years, l went to the vanderhoof high school reunion a few years back and it was nice to reunite with lan and all our classmates,, l am saddened by his passing and send you and your family and Marnie my condolence,
Elizabeth & family
We are sorry for your loss. Please except our condolences Elizabeth & your family
he will truly be missed. But hes riding high now in a black truck. Only new Ian for a short time so was a pleasure to know him. RIP Ian.
You are in our thoughts Elizabeth. So sorry to hear of Ian’s passing. Please stay strong and take care. Will talk to you soon.