Ernest Guy (Ernie) TAYLOR

Ernest Guy (Ernie) Taylor of White Rock, BC passed away peacefully in Peace Arch Hospital on April 10, 2005. Born in Calgary, Alta. April 4, 1920 and raised in Garden Plain and Castor, Alta. He is survived by his loving wife June. Also surviving is his son David and daughter Betty (Ken Goertz) of 100 Mile House B.C.; daughter Daphne (Michael Taylor) of Saskatoon, Sask. and first wife Virginia Taylor. Also survived by stepchildren Carol Vorderman (Rob) of Williams Lake B.C.; Jim Miller (Pat) of Calgary Alta.; Dan Miller (Eileen) of Prince George B.C.; Catherine Center (Richard) of Aurora Ont.; 11 grandchildren, 7 great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Ernie served in the R.C.A.F. in World War II, mostly in India, from Sept. 1941 to Dec. 1945. On his return to Canada he attended Palmer Chiropractic College in Davenport, Iowa and practiced in Ponoka, Alta. and Vancouver B.C. before moving to 100 Mile House in 1952. Ernie was one of the early pioneers who helped build the town and he remained in that area for 30 years. He is lovingly remembered by friends in Alberta, 100 Mile House, Abbotsford, Tsawwassen and White Rock in B.C., having lived a life of service to others. The family wishes to express appreciation to Dr. G. Gibbings, Dr. Rod LeBlanc DTCM, the Emergency and Palliative Care Units at Peace Arch Hospital for their excellent care. Donations may be made to Palliative Care Unit, Peace Arch Hospital, White Rock, BC. A Celebration of Life wil be held in Alberta at a later date.