June 1, 1925 ~ June 28, 2005
Passed away, after a painful battle with cancer. He is survived and will be missed by Laverne, Colleen, Wendy, Dale, Heather, Maureen, Karen, Sonya and Christine. He will also be missed by his 16 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren.
Doug was born in Vancouver. After 6 years there, he moved to Chemainus, where he realized his musical talent at a young age, learning violin for years. However the accordion came to be his true calling and eventually he started playing in numerous bands throughout B.C. and Alberta, on radio and T.V. Later, he became a music teacher and was able to pass on his knowledge and passion for music until he was almost 80 years old. A cowboy at heart, he loved the wilderness and mountains and in his later years expressed this through his artwork. He was a character in true sense of the word. Your family, friends and students are going to miss you “Willy”. Memorial service to follow at a later date. For more info., please call 250-474-5537
there will be a graveside funeral service for Sidney Janett on Saturday, July 30 at 1pm at the Quadra Island Cemetery.
Sidney was a former manager of Sutton Funeral Home in Campbell River for nineteen years.
The family invites all their friends of Campbell River and Courtenay to attend and share the celebration of Sidney’s life.
Refreshments will be served following the service.
Merle (nee Kidd)
January 9,1934 ~ July 23, 2005
It is with overwhelming sadness we announce the sudden passing of our mum, Merle. She was predeceased by her son Robert and her granddaughter Adrienne. Will be sadly missed by husband Ian, sister June, sons Blair, Gordon (Cathy), Scott (Donna), grandchildren Jason, Brittany, Brandon, and her beloved pets. In lieu of flowers you can make a donation to your local animal shelter. There will be an open house to celebrate her life Thursday July 28, 1pm-4pm at 251 Thulin St, Campbell River.