It is with regret that we mark the passing of the following '67 to '69 classmates and teachers. If you are aware of any others we have missed, please provide their names and obituary notices, if possible, to email@example.com.
ANDERSON, Dellis Murkley
June 17, 1928 - March 14, 2016
Dellis M. Anderson, beloved husband of Lucy who predeceased him in 2007, passed away March 14, 2016 at the age of 87. He will be dearly missed by his 5 children: Kathryne Choucair of Austin, TX, Lori (Henry) Schlichter of Calgary, Derek (Diana) Anderson of Mesa, AZ, Steven (Cindy) Anderson of Las Vegas, NV and Jason (Kim) Anderson of Gilbert, AZ. He leaves behind 19 adoring grandchildren and 8 great- grandchildren. One grandson, Pierce Anderson predeceased him in 1995. Del was one of 5 children born in Purple Springs, AB to the late Casey and Eulala Anderson. One sister survives him, Argyle (Dennis) Scott of Calgary, AB. "Coach Anderson" was foremost an exemplary father, grandfather, Bishop, missionary and friend. He loved serving and teaching the youth in the LDS church and as coach and Assistant-principal in various high schools in Calgary. He was proud of coaching teams who won provincial titles. He was loved and admired by all who crossed his path - ever with a smile, a friendly greeting and encouraging word. Integrity, gratitude, work ethic, unconditional love and compassion are his trademarks. He was a meticulous fix-it- man in all aspects of life. Dellis's viewing will be held at 10 a.m. with his funeral service at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, March 19, 2016 in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 100 Sunpark Drive, SE, Calgary. Graveside service at 4 p.m. at the Taber cemetery. In lieu of flowers, charitable donations appreciated to the Parkinson's Society of Canada. Messages of condolence may be forwarded to the family at www.piersons.ca.
Mr. Robert Charles "Skip" Arnim, II 53, retired petroleum engineer for the Phillips Petroleum Company, died Wednesday at his residence.
Memorial services will be held at 2:00 P.M., Saturday at the First Baptist Church with Dr. Joe Dan Fowler officiating. Cremation arrangements were
under the direction of the Stumpff Funeral Home.
Memorials have been established with the Relay for Life c/o LeeAnn McDougan, 2136 S.E. Starlight Ct., Bartlesville, Oklahoma 74006 or the First Baptist Church, P.O. Box 1080 Bartlesville, Oklahoma 74005 for those who wish to donate in Skip's memory.
Robert Charles "Skip" Arnim, II was born on January 5, 1950 at Pasadena, California the son of Robert Charles and Marion Louise (Jones) Arnim. He was raised in Calgary Alberta, Canada. He graduated from the Colorado School of Mines with a BA Degree in Petroleum Engineering. He married Elizabeth Gregory on July 24, 1971 at Augusta, Arkansas. He worked for the British Petroleum Company for five years and then for the Phillips Petroleum Company for twenty-five years retiring in October of 2002. He was a member of the First Baptist Church in Bartlesville, the Society of Petroleum Engineers, the Mines Alumni and the Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Fraternity as was his father.
Skip is survived by his wife Betsy of the home, four sons Noel Arnim of Chicago, Illinois, Rees Arnim of Stillwater, David Arnim of Fayetteville,
Arkansas and Sam Arnim of Bartlesville, one daughter Kristen Arnim of Little Rock, Arkansas, his mother Marion Arnim of Denver, Colorado, two
brothers John Arnim and his wife Eva of Colorado Springs, Colorado and Greg Arnim of Boise, Idaho. Skip was preceded in death by his father and
one brother Mark Arnim.
Liz was a great friend, patient, loving... funny. we would laugh so hard about really dumb jokes just sitting on our front stairs, we'd pee our pants. that's a tribute.... i still value laughing very highly! it's so good for the soul.
when we were in high school she found out she had lymphoma.. it was so shocking and scary. But Liz took it in stride valiantly and was an amazing person throughout the years she survived with the illness. Still loved to laugh. Put up an amazing fight. She was never bitter or angry... a mensch.
BUTCHER, Gerald "Gerry" William
November 3, 1949 – Calgary, Alberta
September 1, 2016– Calgary, Alberta
Gerry beloved husband of Linda Butcher of Calgary, passed away on Thursday, September 1, 2016 at the age of 66 years. Gerry is survived by his loving wife Linda Butcher; his children, Troy (Claire) and Todd; step-sons Adam Lintott (Lisa), Darin Lintott (Cindy); grandchildren, Cole, Jessica, Colbie, Alexander and William. Gerry also leaves behind his sister and brother-in-law, Carol and Bruce Robertson; nephews and their spouses, Ken and Sylvia Robertson and Chris and Lisa Robertson; and by four great-nieces and one great-nephew. Gerry was involved in minor hockey, Macs Midget Hockey Tournament. He loved to golf and had a great sense of humour. Gerry touched the hearts of many of us and will be sadly missed. Funeral Services will be held at McINNIS & HOLLOWAY (Fish Creek, 14441 Bannister Road S.E.) on Friday, September 23, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. Forward condolences through www.mcinnisandholloway.com. If friends so desire, memorial tributes may be made directly to the Canadian Diabetes Association, #204, 2323 – 32nd Avenue N.E., Calgary, AB T2E 6Z3 Telephone: (403) 266-0620, ext. 112, www.diabetes.ca. In living memory of Gerry Butcher, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park.
CAMPBELL , James Archibald January 19, 1950 - July 3, 2008 On Thursday, July 3, 2008, Jim Campbell was called home by his Lord after a brief and courageous battle with liver cancer. He was born in Calgary, Alberta on January 19, 1950 and remained here with the exception of the four years necessary to complete his Bachelor of Commerce Degree at the University of Alberta. He spent the majority of his career in Calgary's oil and gas drilling sector. Jim was an avid sports enthusiast and an active member of the Earl Grey Golf and Country Club. He shared his love of sports with his sons, and coached their hockey teams, as well as served on the Royals Hockey Board. By volunteering on the Midsun and Oakridge community associations, Jim manifested the belief that one should give back to the community in which they live. Jim's generous heart was also demonstrated by his numerous contributions to and canvassing for charities. Additionally, Jim served his church community of First Alliance for over twenty-five years. Jim was an amazing husband, father, "papa", brother and friend. He is survived by his bride, Dianne; children, Jeff (Elaine), Carlee and Matt (Corie); his grandchildren, Issac James and Lincoln Jeffrey; and his brother, Bruce (Alice) and their children, Daryl and Leslie. He will also be held in the hearts of his extended family of the Jorgensons, Junkers, Sinclairs and Rheas. He was predeceased by his parents, Jane and Archie Campbell, as well as his stepfather, Harold Carlyle. A Celebration of Jim's Life will be held at First Alliance Church (12345 - 40 Street S.E.) today, July 9, 2008 at 1:00 p.m. with reception to follow. Forward condolences through www.mcinnisandholloway.com . If friends so desire, memorial tributes may be made directly to the Alberta Cancer Foundation, earmarked for liver cancer research, c/o Tom Baker Cancer Centre, 1331 - 29 Street N.W., Calgary, AB T2N 4N2 (Telephone 403-521-3433).
CHISHOLM, Daniel Thorpe
February 21, 1950 – June 20, 2015
Dan was born and raised in Calgary, where he met and married his high school sweetheart and best friend, Shannon in 1970. They have been blessed with two wonderful children, Jenny and Jim, son-in-law, Stuart Leckie and two beautiful grandchildren, Sadie and Rory. He leaves behind his dear sisters, Janeen Van Orman and Elizabeth Goertz and his close cousin Rick Thorpe. After graduating from the U of C as a chemical engineer, he went on to have a long and rewarding career in the oil and gas industry, the majority of which he spent self-employed. During his career and life, Dan made many long and enduring friendships. Their unerring support and the support of his extended family this past while meant a great deal to him and his family. Dan was a humble man of few personal wants, a man who appreciated and was grateful for each and every day and a man who considered himself lucky his entire life. We will miss his smile. At his personal request, there will be no formal funeral service. A small, private family Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. Condolences may be offered to the family at www.mccallbros.com.
COURTNEY, Rod D., BSc. C.E.T.
June 7, 1950 - July 1, 2012
Rod Courtney, beloved husband of Kathryn Courtney of Calgary, passed away on Sunday, July 1, 2012 at the age of 62 years. Rod is survived by his loving wife, Kathryn; son, Scott Courtney; daughters, Sarah Courtney, Shannon (Kevin) Gerla; and two grandsons, Kellen and Cameron Gerla, all of Calgary. He was predeceased by his parents, Albert and Margaret, and his grandmother, Mary Kaiser. A Memorial Service will be held at CALGARY CREMATORIUM CHAPEL, 3219 - 4 Street N.W., (within the valley of Queen's Park Cemetery) on Tuesday, July 10, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. Please forward condolences through www.hffs.com.
CUPIT, Andrew Philip Passed away November 23, 2010 at Christine Morrison Hospice in Mission after a long and courageous battle with cancer. Andy taught for over thirty years, spending the first four years of his career in Calgary before moving to Abbotsford. He taught most recently at Clayburn Middle School. Andy was a life-long learner and touched the lives of many people both in his teaching and in his volunteer work. He is lovingly remembered and will always be missed by his family and friends. At Andy's request there will be no Memorial. However, donations to your local food bank or hospice would be greatly appreciated. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/calgaryherald/obituary.aspx?n=andrew-cupit&pid=147089557#sthash.BgBLg2Ut.dpuf
EDMISTON, Phoebe "NonaPhoebemom " Passed away after a five year fight with breast cancer on the morning of December 24, 2009 at the age of 59. She was born July 31, 1950 in Cranbrook, BC and spent most of her years on the west coast with her love of the ocean. Phoebe (Mom) was meticulous with her ways in every facet of life, including her love of art. She was loved by everyone who ever met her, because her zest for life was uniquely her own. Phoebe is survived by her loving family; husband Al, eldest son Lande & his wife Laurelle(y) as well as her grandson Kyan and a new baby on the way, youngest son Dylan & his wife Gillian, her sisters Jane & Belle and their spouses Jerry and Paul, step-daughters Amanda & Karlin, their spouses Trevor & Charles and her grandchildren Kristen, Evan, Marina, & Karly as well as step-son Jason and his fiance Jana. She is predeceased by her mother Taffy and father George Bonner. A memorial service will be held on Monday, January 4, 2010 at 2pm at First Memorial Funeral Chapel, 4725 Falaise Drive, Victoria, BC. Flowers are gratefully declined; in lieu of flowers please send donations to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. Today is a gift, that's why they call it the present."
Heartbreaking to hear of your passing Phoebe. Didn't we have a wonderful time being on the edge of fashion and so much more. Cutting classes or being sent home because of our short skirts and pants, going to the Java Shop for cappuccino in the afternoons. We sat together for Physics 30 and I still remember you saying to me "I don't believe in electrons." I've thought about you often over the years. Sending you and your family love and healing. Pamme
ELLISON, Ross Patrick
February 5, 1950 – Regina, Saskatchewan
October 9, 2016 – Calgary, Alberta
Ross Ellison beloved husband of Linn of Calgary, passed away on Sunday, October 9, 2016 at the age of 66 years. Early Sunday morning, Ross "Rosco" Ellison breathed his last breath after 66 years of life to the fullest. His short but painful battle with cancer was well fought and he never gave up, living far longer than any of the medical teams expected. Those who knew him will miss his great sense of humour, silly jokes and gentle nature. He was a committed and loyal firefighter serving Calgary for 33 years. Ross is survived by his wife Linn; children, Shea and son-in-law Andrew, and Dana and daughter-in-law Rebecca; four grandchildren whom he loved and who loved him as well as his older brother. Relatives and friends are invited to Prayers and Tributes at McINNIS & HOLLOWAY (Chapel of the Bells, 2720 Centre Street North) on Saturday, October 15, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. Cremation has taken place. Condolences may be forwarded through www.mcinnisandholloway.com. In living memory of Ross Ellison, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park.
GOLUMBIA, Ruth Marsha Ruthi Golumbia (Barron Bondar) peacefully passed away in the early morning of January 15th with her loving husband Richard Golumbia and her caring mother Jean Barron at her side at the Tom Baker Cancer Centre in Calgary. Ruth was predeceased by her sister Elizabeth (Liz) Barron. She will be remembered and has been survived by her parents Richard and Jean Barron; her sisters, Sandy (and Richard) Colson (Bazel Barron), Paula Barron, and Mia (and Bill) Bunker (Barron); her children Leana (and Morry) Gaerber, Benje (and Marla) Bondar, Tamara (and Jeffrey) Kornblum, and Josh Bondar; her step- children Amy Golumbia and Jessie (and Steve) Ashton; her grandchildren (and step grandchildren), Braden and Jordana Gaerber, Dov and Naomi Bondar, Maya Kornblum, Natalie and Jasmine Wilding, Blaire and Jack Ashton and one more to be born any day. Ruth was born and raised in Calgary, where she learned and gained the energy and dedication to her family from her mother. She was first married to Robert Bondar and raised her four children between their homes in Calgary and North Battleford Sask. She lived the best part of her youth as an adult with grown children in Calgary. It was at this time of her life that she met her soul- mate, Richard Golumbia, and deepened her love for the outdoors and as much gardening, biking, and hiking as she could squeeze in between the demands of their business while living in Canmore. Throughout her life, gardening was her hobby and passion. She always found a way to grow plants and edibles where ever she went. We know that she has found her new garden in the sky and would like to accept donations to raise money for a memorial contribution to the Canmore Community Gardens. Donations can be made through the following www.givinggifts.ca/products/donations-ruth-golumbia. Ruth will have a Jewish ceremony and burial on Monday January 19, 2015. The ceremony will begin at 1 pm at Stewart Creek Golf CourseCeremony and reception at Stewart Creek Golf Course (4100 Stewart Creek Drive Canmore AB) and the burial will begin at 2 pm at the Canmore Community Cemetery (Immediately North of Palliser Trail just west of the intersection with Benchlands Trail, near the Holiday Inn Canmore). Shiva and respects can be paid following the service. Arrangements in care of the CHEVRA KADISHA OF CALGARY, Telephone: 403-244-4717.
Ruthie (Liz's younger sister, one of four)
was very much her own person, though only a couple of yrs younger than Liz.. and Liz shared her friends with Ruth easily.
Ruthie was also a great laugher. She was a Junior Reject to our Rejects group.
There were sororities and frats at Wisewood where the cool kids joined.. we were never 'rushed' but we formed The Rejects in response and when sororities rushed with their posters promoting themselves we put up Rejects posters that said: Rejects: Acne. Obesity. Chastity. and then we laughed some more.
It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Brad Harker on Sunday, August 26, 2012. He will be greatly missed by his family, friends and car buddies. A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, September 7, 2012 at his home from 6 – 9 pm. Arrangements entrusted to Alternatives Funeral & Cremation Services of Calgary.
JOHNSTONE, Dennis Nicholson died on March 19, 2011 at the age 60. Born in Calgary on August 27, 1950, ""DJ"" never had the desire to live anywhere else. As a young man, he was crazy about the mountains - the hiking trails gave him new challenges to conquer and the beauty of his surroundings gave him a sense of peace. When he was a member of the Calgary Ski Club, DJ meticulously planned each hike and camping trip he led. This same attention to detail, a dedicated work ethic, a strong sense of competitiveness and an agile, analytic mind made him one of the top medical students at the University of Calgary and an award-winning pharmaceutical rep. To DJ, hospitals were places of hope, and for many years, you could see his smiling face as a volunteer in one of the gift shops at the Peter Lougheed Centre. DJ was a fiercely loyal, honest, compassionate, charming and generous friend. He made an indelible mark on the lives of those who knew him with his sage guidance, his off-the-wall imagination and sense of humour. An avid movie buff, he frequently escaped to dinner and the movies with his friends. He loved his friends and his ""kids."" Happy trails DJ. We love you too. Dennis is predeceased by his parents, Lena and George Johnstone, and his brother Terry. He is survived by his aunt Marie (Davies) and aunt Lillian (Smith) and numerous cousins on his mother"s side.
KENNEDY, Paula was born on September 13, 1950, and passed away peacefully on June 20, 2008. Paula is lovingly remembered by her husband, Steve, with whom she had just celebrated their fourteenth wedding anniversary, and by the rest of her family, with whom she was "related by chance, but friends by choice". Paula was treasured daughter to Dorothy Smith and Charles G. Smith, Q.C.; unbelievable mother to her pride and joy, Carly Shuler and her husband Shane Kozlowich; and much-loved sister of Thomas Smith and Cheryl Sorokin. It would be remiss not to include Paula's "other daughter", her nine year-old dog, Kia, who never left her side. Paula is also survived by her nieces and nephews, Rachael, Joel and Sarah Smith, her stepchildren, Sarah Kennedy and Matt Kennedy, and was a proud Baba to ten-month old Samantha. Paula also touched the hearts of countless friends who were very special to her. Paula was a twenty-five year cancer survivor. We would like to thank the many doctors and nurses that helped Paula live extraordinarily and die peacefully. Funeral Service will be held today, June 25, 2008 at 12:00 p.m. at Temple B'nai Tikvah Synagogue, 900 - 47 Avenue S.W., Calgary. Burial to follow at the Canmore Cemetery. Donations in Paula's memory may be made to the Alberta Cancer Foundation, c/o Tom Baker Centre (Telephone 403-521-3433) or Temple B'nai Tikvah (Telephone 403-252-1654).
To all of Jim's classmates, I hope you have a wonderful gathering with both rekindled and new friendships. I wish Jim could have joined you for the celebrations. Jim spoke fondly of his high school football days (#68 Warriors). He kept a few mementoes including a copy of the 1966 Calgary senior high school football program. He enjoyed watching CFL and NHL games. I do miss his spirited calls in the house ;) I hope you'll feel his spirit with you! If you remember Jim, please do drop me a line, I would love to hear any memories you might recall. Warm regards from his wife, Karin
James (Jim) Malcolm Martin October 28, 1949 - July 22, 2016 An inspiring, visionary leader has suddenly left this world to explore others. James (Jim) Malcolm Martin passed away peacefully in Victoria, BC on July 22, 2016 at age 66 from pancreatic cancer. A proud grandson of southern Alberta pioneers, Jim was born in Calgary on October 28, 1949. He was destined for a life in education, becoming one of Alberta's own pioneers in environmental education. Jim was first inspired by nature through childhood curiosity, exploring rivers and streams. These experiences grew into a passion for the environment. He graduated from Henry Wise Wood HS (Calgary), then earned his Bachelor of Arts (University of Calgary) and Master of Science in Education (Northern Illinois University). Jim spent over 40 years as an educator, helping people understand important connections between society, environment and the economy. Over his career, Jim presented to tens of thousands of learners. One of his favourite times was spent building canoes with First Nations students in northern Alberta, then paddling these canoes on lakes and rivers to share the natural world and how humans interacted with it. Jim helped found and lead several nonprofit education organizations, most notably Friends of Environmental Education Society of Alberta (FEESA), now Inside Education. His vision was to provide bias-balanced natural resources education to Alberta schools. In 2011, Jim was honoured with an Alberta Emerald Award for individual commitment. In his private life, Jim was a quiet naturalist who loved bird-watching, hiking, mystery novels, football, cooking, walks by the sea with his pup Sieva, and travels abroad. Some of his fondest journeys were to Crete, Vimy Ridge and Paris. He was a passionate conversationalist, friend and mentor who left a tremendous impact on our lives and hearts. Jim will be deeply missed by his wife Karin Hedetniemi; brother John Martin; sister Diane (Jim) Bailey; daughter Lisa (Dale) Keller; lifelong friends Brian (Anne Marie) Ogston, Steve McIsaac; and many more family, friends and colleagues. Perhaps in the great beyond, Jim is reunited with parents Don and Mabelle; brothers Donald and Bill; and previous wife Wendy Gow. Jim supported many charities close to his heart. If so desired, donations may be made to InsideEducation.ca, Jim Martin Legacy Program, to benefit more young learners. More than this, Jim would encourage you to introduce a child to something new in nature, to spark awareness and help build their understanding of the world we live in.
Jim was sort of a gentle giant. He could realy fire the shot put and the discus. He was also a great sprinter. He had asthma so long distance was not possible. Not sure, but I think he went to Milton Williams Junior.
Bob passed away peacefully but unexpectedly on August 14 at the Nanaimo Hospital, while on a wished-for family holiday. He is survived by his wife Judy and their children - daughter Heather and husband Kaal Cheyne, son Steven and wife Amber, and three adored grandchildren, Zachary, Keagan and Ashlyn. He will be dearly missed by his sister Gayle and husband, Brian Brockman, their daughters, Erin Spelitz and Tracy Brockman, his favourite uncle and aunt Herb and Rose Maines of Mundare, AB and their family, and his sister Carol (Jim) Walker. He rejoins his parents, Emma "Pinky" and George McLellan and his grandmother Malissa Maines. Bob was born and lived in Calgary all his life, until he and Judy moved to Strathmore in 2013. He retired in 2007 as a proud Air Canada employee of 30 years, where he made many friends. A loyal Stampeders fan, he rarely missed a game in the 20 years he held season tickets. Recently, he enjoyed the Strathmore Happy Gang and playing pool with the guys 3 times a week, and was a familiar sight on Ranch Close in Strathmore taking his dog Rusty for a walk. Everyone is welcome to join us in CELEBRATING BOB MCLELLAN on Friday August 24, 2018 at Silverwings Links Golf Club, 3434 48 Avenue NE, Calgary at 1:00 pm. No need to dress up - wear your CFL shirt, a polo shirt, your Air Canada jacket; whatever you'd like. Children will be accommodated. If desired, donations in Bob's memory may be made to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Calgary www.allstarsforkids.ca campaign. Judy, Steven and Heather wish to acknowledge the excellent care, compassion and kindness they and Bob received in his last days at the Nanaimo Regional General Hospital.
POZZO, Maralee JaneOctober 11, 1950 - September 16, 2011After celebrating a wonderful life, Maralee passed away surrounded by her loving family. Maralee is survived by her best friend, soul mate and husband of forty years, Gary, as well as her adored children Kevin and granddaughter Theran Lee, Michael wife Renee and grandson Maxwell Scott, Kent and partner Amanda. Mom was the best Hockey mom around. Maralee is also survived by her cherished mom Dorothy Birrell, she was predeceased by her loving father, Dr. John Birrell in May, 2010. Maralee was blessed with brothers David (Leslie), Doug (Simmonne) and sister Susan (Andy Lockhart) and many nieces and nephews. Maralee was respected and adored by all those she met for her kindness, integrity, generosity and free spirit (the balloon fairy will never be forgotten in our hearts). If there are angels on earth, she is truly the one. Special wishes to all her friends who helped brighten all her days (ginger snaps forever). Love to you all. . In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Art a la Carte, Box 72003, RPO Glenmore Landing, Calgary AB T2V 5H9 ( www.artalacarte.org ). In living memory of Maralee Jane Pozzo a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park
ROBINSON, Larry Edward
Larry, beloved husband of Sandra Robinson (nee Bergum) of Calgary, passed away on June 8, 2017 at the age of 68 years. In addition to his wife Sandy, Larry is survived by his daughter Brooke; his grandchildren Cooper and Hennessy; step-grandson Nicolas; his sister Judy VanBerkel; nephew Michael Van Berkel and Tina; brother-in-law Vern Bergum and Denny; sisters-in-law, Brenda Watkins and Tom, Carol Ann Bergum and Neal McHardy, Carole Bergum; and his mother-in-law Lois Bergum as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Larry was predeceased by his brothers-in-law Andy and Delmore. A celebration of Larry's life will be held on Wednesday, June 14 from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Willow Park Golf and Country Club, 639 Willow Park Drive SE, Calgary. Please note that entry to the facility can only be made from Acadia Drive. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to a charity of donor's choice. In living memory of Larry, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park.
Jeremy was taken from us last week tragically in a home invasion in Brooklyn Ny
He was a renowned Phd in Psychology , and lectured and carried out psychotherapy research at The New School in New York City
He had 400 students and will be greatly missed
Survived by his wife and 2 daughters
STEWART QC, Charles R. (Charlie)
January 25, 1950 - December 14, 2012
Charlie Stewart beloved husband of Christine of Calgary, passed away on Friday, December 14, 2012 at the age of 62 years. With sadness and heavy hearts we announce the passing of Charlie after a year and a half courageous battle with cancer. Born in Glasgow, Scotland, Charlie came to Calgary to settle in the 'new' community of Meadowlark Park. After a childhood and adolescence filled with mischievous fun, Charlie attended the University of Alberta, graduating in 1975 with a law degree. He proceeded to London, England, earning a Masters of Law from the London School of Economics. During this time and for many years after, Charlie's sense of adventure saw him explore countries far and wide, including Ecuador, Kenya, Nicaragua, and most of Europe. He was a natural athlete; skier, mountain climber, and cyclist. Despite the nickname 'Vacation Stewart', amusingly conferred upon him by several justices, Charlie was passionate about his career as a criminal defense lawyer. He was the ultimate barrister taking on unpopular causes in the fight for justice. He was diligent, hard- working and all of his clients knew it and felt confident with Charlie as their counsel. He was a force in the court room and commanded the respect of all other parties and the judiciary. He always maintained excellent relationships not only with opposing counsel, but with the police, investigators and witnesses. Charlie was a mentor to many young lawyers and a teacher to police agencies. Charlie was devoted to his family. He will be lovingly remembered and missed by his wife Christine, daughters Emilie and Brigitte, sister Elaine (Cal) Todd, sister-in-law, Elizabeth Sazie (Ken Brown), mother-in-law, Marie Sazie and nephews Timothy, Nathaniel and William. Charlie is predeceased by his mother Isabel, father Crawford and father-in-law Jack Sazie. Funeral Services will be held at McINNIS & HOLLOWAY'S Park Memorial Chapel (5008 Elbow Drive S.W. Calgary, AB) on Friday, January 4, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. Condolences may be forwarded through www.mcinnisandholloway.com. In lieu of flowers and because of Charlie's love for western art and the beauty of Southern Alberta, donations may be forwarded to the Leighton Art Centre at www.leightoncentre.org and click on the 'support' link or mail to Leighton Centre, Box 9 Site 31, RR 8 Calgary, AB T2J 2T9. The family would like to extend their sincere appreciation to the staff at Agape Hospice for the compassionate care given to Charlie. In living memory of Charlie Stewart, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park
TIBBLE, Terry Douglas
July 18, 1950 - May 6, 2013
It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of our brother Terry, from complications due to liver disease. The most important things in his life were his family, his bikes and time spent in the mountains. He was an avid outdoorsman and was happiest biking, hiking and cross country skiing. He was a member of the Elbow Valley Cycling Club and had many memorable biking trips including Italy and New Zealand. He worked in the oil patch for all of his career lately with Devon Canada - a company the family is grateful to for their support and understanding over the past couple of years. Terry was an off the wall wit who was always ready with a one-liner. He was a devoted brother and generous uncle who never forgot a birthday or anniversary. He is survived by his brother David Tibble (Alison) and sister Barbara Lamoureux; nieces and nephews, Erin, Corey (Kim), Heather (John), Kent (Jacqueline), Brett (Crystal) and great-nieces and nephew Aiden, Makenna, Macie, Kyra, Mary and Sarah. He was predeceased by his parents Mary and Frank Tibble. We would like to thank the staff of Unit 94 at the Rockyview Hospital for their expert care of Terry and the staff at Southwood Hospice for their care and compassion of both Terry and the family. Family and friends are invited to the home of his sister for an open house on Saturday, May 11, 2013. Please drop by anytime between 2:00 and 5:00 p.m. when we can share stories of Terry and raise a glass. Address is 1403 - 89 Avenue S.W. All are welcome. In lieu of flowers, if friends so desire, donations would be appreciated to the Canadian Liver Foundation. In living memory of Terry Tibble, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park.
TIDSBURY, Kenneth G.
April 14, 1937 - June 10, 2017
It is with great sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of Ken Tidsbury on June 10, 2017. He is survived by his wife, Dani; and his daughter, Brenda McLean, and her husband, Scott; and grandchildren, Jordan, Tait, Kyle and Ty. He was predeceased by his beloved daughters, Terri Jo and Jodi; his parents, Margaret and George Tidsbury; and his brother, Bob. Ken was born on April 14, 1937 and raised in Calgary. He attended Balmoral School and Crescent Heights High School. He was a lifetime athlete, and played hockey and football in Calgary. He cherished the summers that he spent on his aunt and uncle's farm in Manitoba. The family moved to Saskatoon when he was sixteen. He attended City Park High School and captained the Hilltops football team. He received his Bachelor of Education from the University of Saskatchewan where he played football for the university football team, the Huskies. During his life he played a variety of sports, including tennis and golf. He obtained his Masters of Education from Oregon, and returned to Calgary to teach at Henry Wisewood High School. He moved to SAIT as Athletic Director. He was instrumental in the creation and design of the SAIT Campus Centre; and was the Director of Student Services for a number of years before his retirement. A lifetime pleasure for him were the times that he spent at the cottage at Waskesiu Lake, Saskatchewan, beginning as a life guard in 1958. His love of that area never wavered. In later years, he also enjoyed the family cottage at Fairmont, BC. His grandchildren are especially grateful for the time together in both places as he taught them many life lessons, most importantly to keep life simple, fish, golf and cherish the sunsets. Throughout his years in Calgary, he spent many enjoyable hours at the Calgary Winter Club participating in a variety of activities. His passion was working out in the gym; he could be found lifting weights even in his final days. Ken made a significant contribution to education in Calgary. A Celebration of Life will be held at the Calgary Winter Club (4611 – 14 Street NW) on Friday, June 16, 2017 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Photos, memories and condolences may be shared with Ken's family at www.evanjstrong.com. In lieu of flowers, donations to Cystic Fibrosis Canada–Calgary and Southern Alberta Chapter would be greatly appreciated. Arrangements in care of EVAN J. STRONG FUNERAL SERVICES.
Laurie passed away peacefully in Harare, Zimbabwe. Laurie was born in Calgary and attended Henry Wise Wood High School. While travelling in Africa she met her life partner, Allister. She lived the next thirty years in Zimbabwe. Laurie's life although too short was rich and full, her keen intellect contributed to all who knew her. A woman of exceptional grace and beauty she was a courageous adventurer to the end always one to seize the moment "Carpe Diem". She will be greatly missed by her husband Allister; her sons Matt and Tim (Holly) and Mom Kay Wade and many friends. A Memorial Service is to be held at First Memorial Funeral Chapel, 240-17 Avenue S.S. on February 20 at 2:30 p.m.