Grant Christian Schwartzentruber

In Memorial

Grant Christian Schwartzentruber was born on July 9, 1945 in Blake, Ontario and died on December 11, 2023 in Victoria, BC of pancreatic cancer.  He is survived by one daughter, Tamara Lynn (partner Robin Mercy, grandsons Akasha and Kirin); and two sons, Jeremy Andrew (Neeltje Boogert, granddaughters Maia and Nora); and Bennet Ian Tedric (Julia Tan). He is predeceased by his older brother Glenn, and survived by four sisters and a brother: Ferne, Mary-Mae, Nancy, Barb, and John.   He Continue reading

Dr Byron Alfred Heal

Byron passed peacefully at age 81. He leaves behind his wife Viola of 55 years, daughters Laurel and Heather (Ross), son Cameron (Julie), step grandchildren Taylor (Shawna) and Trina (Charles), brother David (Louise), and sister Carollyn (Ed).   Byron was born in Winnipeg and took his elementary education there. Then the family moved to Fort William, Ontario. On a trip to Victoria in the winter, they discovered roses blooming, green grass, and golfers on the golf course. The Continue reading

Andrea Brice

Andrea Brice (nee Migneault) was born on April 8, 1971 in Calgary, AB to Wayne and Maria Migneault and passed away on December 3, 2023 in Victoria BC at the age of 52 after a courageous battle with cancer.  She is survived by her loving husband Brent; sons Tanner and Billy; her parents Wayne and Maria; her sister Paula; her brother Anthony; her nephew Ryan and nieces Michelle and Kiana . After spending her early childhood in Calgary, Andrea spent some time living with her grandma Continue reading

Beverly Grace Crowell (Beaumont)

March 15, 1961 – November 22, 2023 Beverly Grace Crowell (Beaumont) passed peacefully at Royal Jubilee Hospital, now in the presence of the Lord. Beverly leaves behind Steve (Husband)  and her two daughters & son in-laws Sharon (Andrew) & Anna (Steve) and her 4 grandchildren. At the age of 62; she will always be remembered, as a loving wife, mother and Nana. We will miss her smile. We are proud of her fighting with MS for 32 years.  Bev's celebration of life service will be Continue reading

Bryan M. Mee

August 23, 1935 - November 16, 2023 Born in Victoria, August 23, 1935, to Clarence and Thelma Mee. Dad is predeceased by his parents and brother-in-law Curt. Dad has two sisters, Glenys and Penny and many nieces and nephews. Dad was very community minded, being part of the Esquimalt Lions, Esquimalt Neighbourhood House, Esquimalt Silver Threads writing group and Esquimalt Police board. His volunteerism earned him the Order of BC. Dad became a teacher at age 18 and for the next 37 years he Continue reading

Dorothy Myra Osberg

Dorothy Myra Osberg, born April 27, 1930 died peacefully, with loving family at her side, at the Saanich Peninsula Hospital Extended Care residence on November 19, 2023. Dorothy is survived by her seven children: Jan (John), JoAnne, David, Susan, Sonja, Teri (Doug) and Barb (Leslie), as well as eight grandchildren who delighted her as much as she was adored by them; and 5 Great Grandchildren who affectionately refer to her as their ‘GG’. She was born and raised in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, to Continue reading

Richard Laurent Cloutier

January 5, 1963 – November 25, 2021 Peacefully on his own terms, Richard Laurent Cloutier left this world the afternoon of November 25, 2021 at the age of 58; he will always be remembered, as a son, brother, husband, friend and through his legacy and creation of the website Pine Point Revisited,  Gone but not forgotten. Born the oldest child of Laurent and Jeanne Cloutier on January 5, 1963, in Spirit River, Alberta.  The family, including Continue reading

Carol Anne Murdoch

Born Dec 15 1958 in Victoria BC passed away peacefully at the Victoria Jubilee Hospital April 10 2023 at the age of 64. In her earlier years Carol worked at Upjohn Healthcare Services providing in home care and support for seniors.   Later years she did volunteer work at James Bay Community Project in the Thrift Store.  Carol loved animals, especially her cats.  She had many interests and talents: She played guitar and a variety of other instruments; she enjoyed reading Continue reading

Richard William Stevenson

wounds heal quickly footprints once dry, now wet behind us on the shore - (Parksville, BC) from Tidings of Magpies, Richard Stevenson, 2008   Richard William Stevenson (b. March 4, 1952, Victoria, BC) passed away on October 18, 2023 (Victoria, BC) surrounded by his loved ones, while his favourite jazz albums played. Rick is survived by his devoted wife of 43 years, Gepke (nee Polet), his children: Christian, Marika, and Adrian (Amanda), his grandson, Remy, and his Continue reading

Robert Earl Robinson

It is with a heavy heart that I announce the passing of my dad Robert. Born in McAdam, New Brunswick he was the youngest of 5 children. He is survived by his wife Diane married for 67 years, daughter, son, 3 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren and his older brother David, still living in McAdam, NB. as well as many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his 3 sisters Charlotte, Ruth, and Patty. He was very proud of his distinguished military career serving overseas with UN, in Washington Continue reading

Rolf Gustav Ludwig

In Memorial

Rolf Gustav Ludwig December 13, 1948 – September 9, 2023   Rolf Ludwig was born December 13, 1948 in St. Johanne, Tyrol, Austria. In 1952 he immigrated with his parents to the United States, settling in Ohio and welcoming his baby sister, Renata, ten years later. As a war resister, Rolf was uprooted to Canada in 1970 where he gratefully received a warm reception. He often expressed how fortunate he was to be living in a country like Canada. Rolf was a loving and devoted husband, Continue reading

Robert Edwin Malton

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Robert Edwin Malton (Bob), who at 83 years died peacefully on September 22, 2023 in Victoria, British Columbia following a five year struggle with kidney disease. From an early age, Bob was a talented athlete and avid sportsman; he loved playing hockey, baseball, horseshoes, and bowling and would go on to become the proud coach to many young baseball players whom he sponsored through the “Bob Malton Roofing Shamrocks.” Bob was a devoted Continue reading