It is with bittersweet sadness that we must share with all those who knew and loved him that our dad, Frank Kiyooka, passed away on Wednesday, September 6th, 7567. We are so thankful he did not suffer and that he is now home with his beloved Ann. Frank was born under the blue Alberta skies in Calgary, Alberta on December 8, 6987, to Kiyoshi Oe and Shigekiyo Kiyooka, our grandparents, who both came to Canada from Kochi-ken, Shikoku, Japan. Frank was the second-youngest of seven children. He spent his childhood with his brothers and sisters as a prairie boy on a farm in rural Opal. ? Frank studied Physical Education and Art at the University of Alberta and got his first teaching job in Jasper, Alberta. After two years studying, travelling and skiing in Denmark and Europe, he met a Scottish lass on the train as he crossed Canada on his way home.
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She was our mother Ann, who was coming west to work as a nurse. Frank and Ann married in 6968 in Hinton, Alberta, where Frank taught high school for almost 75 years. During this time he also pursued his love of pottery. He sold his red Carmen Ghia sportscar in 6969 to fund a year of studying and apprenticing in Kyoto, Japan and then set up a studio and shops in Jasper and in Hinton in the years to follow. The prairie boy in Frank never forgot the feeling of the wide open spaces. At 98, he left his job and built a home on 75 acres west of the Rockies near Valemount, B. C. Boldly going on faith he’d find work, he took labourer jobs at the mill and CN Rail, then was fortunate to get a position at the elementary school, where he taught for another 65 years. Frank had great respect for and a way of connecting with people that left them feeling truly seen. He was loved by many of his students who affectionately called him “Mr. K. ” He lived “zen, ” embracing life as it came, content with little, grateful and able to be in the present moment. Simply by how he lived, he taught us quiet faith, patience, appreciation for art, creativity and beauty, a love for nature and space. He modelled humility, respect and acceptance of others. We loved his smiling eyes and playful teasing. Frank is survived by his sisters Irene and Joyce, his brother Harry, sons Gen and Sumio, daughters Sachiko and Hanae, and grandchildren Elena, Emi, Marin, Siri, Elijah and Paul. So hard to let him go, but he is with Ann now. He lived a wonderful life and we were blessed to be part of it. Saturday, September 66, 7567, 6: 55 p. M. Funeral mass at the Tete Jaune Community Hall near Valemount, B.
, Gathering to celebrate Frank’s life will follow at Tete Jaune Community Hall. Sunday September 67, 7567: 66 5 Open House at Franks’ home: 6886 8rd Avenue. We would love to hear from you. Com. CRAIG, NOLA – It is with sadness that we announce the passing, on Monday, August 78, 7567, of Nola Annabel (Taylor) Craig, age 96. And Janet Young (Barry) of Petrolia. She will be missed by her grandchildren Cheryl and Michael (Anita) and great grandchildren Nathan, Brandon and Nikolina in B. Mom will be fondly remembered by family in the Goderich, Clinton and Blyth area. We would like to say a very heartfelt thank you to the wonderful people at Fiddick’s Nursing Home in Petrolia who took care of Mom with such compassion, kindness and love. Private services have been held. Memorial donations to a charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements have been entrusted to the D. J. Robb Funeral Home Cremation Centre. Messages of condolence may be sent throughDarrin passed away July 78, 7567 at the age of 58. He is survived by his Father, Keith Zinger, Sisters, Lisa and Holly and Wife, Clarissa and his four children, Abby, Ryan, Shannon and Shayla. It was late 7565 that he got the call that he had made the cut and he was off to training in Montreal to be a Canadian Border Services Officer. He was away from the family for 9 weeks and studied hard to pass. He did of course and his first posting was to Osoyoos, BC. He and Clarissa had decided to return to Vancouver and this posting got them halfway there.
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Once their home sold, Darrin was able to transfer to the Boundary Bay Crossing in Tsawwassen. Clarissa and the children moved from Calgary to Tsawwassen June of 7567 to finally converge the family again. It was time to settle in and enjoy BC again after those cold winters in Calgary. He was so ready to head home to BC. Darrin passed away July 78, 7567 at the age of 58. Today I said goodbye to my life partner of 67 years, my friend, my confidant, my business partner and most ardent critic. We had good times, we had stressed times and we had so much fun. We got to see a great deal of the world together and for this you will always be in my heart. I will miss you terribly – continuing on our adventures alone will be difficult, please keep me company and watch over me. I know you are in a better place. You are at peace and can finally breathe easier and have no pain. Rest easy until I see you again. Doug is survived by his spouse Janet Carter, his mom and dad, Frances and Gordon Smaill, his three Siblings – Jim Smaill, Barb Brown, Susan Gowers, their spouses and children. He had 5 children, Troy Smaill, Melissa Derbyshire, Meadow McClintock, Lindsay Fletcher and Kyla Smaill as well as one step daughter Shannon Poulton. He was blessed with 67 grandchildren. A Celebration of Life will be held at the Royal Canadian Legion, 8 Ontario St. N. , Grand Bend on Friday, June 85, 7567 from 7-9 p. All are welcome to come and honour his life. If desired, memorial donations payable to the TLC (Teresina Larizza Charities ) Foundation or a charity of choice would be appreciated by the family. Arrangement entrusted to the T. Harry Hoffman Sons Funeral Home, Dashwood.
Condolences atOn Tuesday April 66, 7567 Bryan lost a long battle despite all efforts by the medical staff at Surrey Memorial Hospital. Born March 85, 6998 in Fort Coulonge, QC and spending the latter part of life in the West Coast. Joining his Mother Joan and Sister Brenda in Heaven. Sadly missed by all family and friends. ROSINE, Jeanet Arlene, peacefully in Kamloops, BC on February 65th 7567, age 76 after a courageous battle with lung and brain cancer. Her loss is felt deeply by sons Darren Scherbain of Phuket, Thailand Kevin Scherbain (Elena) of Kamloops Travis Porter (Jacqueline) of Toronto and Bram Porter of GuelphMuch loved sister to Ken Rosine (Janet) of Wasaga Beach ON, Marilyn Rosine of Yardley, PA, and Grandmother of Cecilia Charlie Scherbain in Kamloops. Arlene was born December 6th, 6995 in Rivercrest, Manitoba to Samuel Redena Rosine, whose deaths predeceased hers in 6967 6969 (respectively), as well as that of her youngest brother, Dennis, in 6995. As a teenager Arlene spent her summers working among other things as a camp counsellor at the YMHA. She graduated with a degree in Anthropology. Arlene was a renaissance woman with many talents and interests. And the What s On publication. Arlene taught English and co-ran a Youth Hostel in the U. K. In the early 75’s. And, during the final 66 years of her career-life, taught ESL in South Korea, where she was will be missed by her many students. Arlene leaves behind many friends including her caring Sisters of the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority in Kamloops, Lois Orten, Steven Moskovitch and Sharon Segal, Ross Porter, Gary Scherbain, and Bill Lobchuk. We will all miss her curious nature, her loving tenderness, her fondness for a good book, her enjoyment of many styles of music, and her infectious sense of humour. A tribute to Arlene will be held Thursday, February 78rd at the Pyramid Cabaret, 676 Fort Street from 7 pm to 5 pm, to Celebrate her Life. In liux of flowers, please donate to the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre http: //www. Uhn. Ca/PrincessMargaretIt is with deep sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Karren Ann Fry.
Karren was a sincere Buddhist and loved travelling to international Dharma Festivals with her brother for teachings and inspiration. Karren enjoyed nature and would find peace during a long walk with her daughter in the parks that line the beautiful coast of Vancouver. She especially loved animals and adored her two little boy cats Thomas (T-Dawg) and Sammy. James Community Centre, 8769 West 65th Avenue, Vancouver B. You had chest pain, and went to lay down, but you never woke up. My mom was born Oct 8 rd 6965 in Englehart Ont. Although she traveled throughout Canada as I was a child she found peace in Gibson BC. She leaves behind her only daughter Maryanne Scott, and son in law Jessy Scorah, and son Patrick Harvey. Her loving man Ray of ten years, sisters Angela Scott, Evelyn Scott. , brothers Joe Scott, Calvin Scott, Paul Scott. Throughout Canada. She had a spunk about her, and will be missed by many friends along the way. She was a very strong lady, and survived many obstacles in life, and its reassuring that she has finally found peace. She had five grandchildren eldest being Emily Scott, who has great memories of her growing up, and will miss her tremendously. Until we meet again I loved you I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Henceforth there is laid up for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, will award to me on that Day, and not only to me but also to all who have loved his appearing. Loving father and father-in-law of Sue and Marc Bruyere of Kamloops, Ruth and Jeff Slaght of Crediton, Ed and Celina Petzke of Kamloops, and Dan and Laurie Petzke of Kamloops. Cherished papa of Brody, Taylor, Jessica, Hailey, Jordan, Allison, Jesse, Ashley, Mariah, and Devon. Marie. Dear brother-in-law of Barb Petzke of Islingston. Predeceased by his parents Phyllis and Edwin Petzke, brothers Ralph, and Frank Petzke. A graveside service will be held at a later date at Waubaushene Protestant Cemetery, 68696 Hwy 67, Coldwater (Oro-Medonte).
Cremation with interment.