FEB. 25TH 1935 – MAY 25TH 2009

Shirley passed away peacefully at Yucalta Lodge on May 25th 2009 with her loving family by her side. Born in Aylsham, SK and moved to Bowser as a young woman. In 1952 she moved to Campbell River and resided here for the remainder of her life.

Shirley was a Loving Daughter, Wife, Mother, Sister, Caregiver, Listener, Well Respected and a very Dignified Lady.

Shirley was pre-deceased by her Husband Richard (2002) and her beloved Daughter Laura in 1991. She was also pre-deceased by her Siblings David Erickson, Arnold Erickson, Don Erickson, Edward Erickson and Marion James.

Left to mourn Shirley’s passing are her much loved Son Bill and his Wife Cherie of Campbell River.

Shirley is also survived by her Grand-Children Lynsay (Aaron) of Invermere, Trina Chalmers and Mandy Chalmers of Campbell River, her Great-Grandchildren Dylan Rozak and Nigel Clark of Invermere.

Shirley is survived by her Siblings Eileen Hartt and Harry (Judy) Erickson of Campbell River, BC, John (Caroline) Erickson of Vernon, BC and Carol (Victor) Toy of Salmon Arm, BC.

She also leaves many loving Nieces, Nephews, Aunts, Cousins and her Special Friends Karen Robertson, Ellie Fiscus, Sallie Giese, Adele, Ruth and many Bingo and Casino Buddies. Shirley enjoyed playing Bingo and the Great Canadian Casino.

A Celebration of Shirley’s Life will be held at Sutton’s Funeral Chapel, 502 South Dogwood Street, Campbell River, BC on Tuesday June 2nd, 2009 at 1.00p.m. with Pastor Albert Hopp officiating. Shirley will be buried with her Husband and Daughter at Elk Falls Cemetery following the Service. A Reception will follow the Interment. In lieu of Flowers Donations in Memory of Shirley may be made to the BC Cancer Foundation, 2410 Lee Avenue, Victoria, BC V8R 6V5 or the Alzheimer Society, 300-828 West 8th Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5Z 1E2.

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