Passed away March 16, 2007 in 100 Mile and District General Hospital. Immediate cremation at his request, there will be no service.
In his youth he was a boy scout and he learned to love the outdoors. As he got a little older, he spent some time exploring the Yukon and Alaska. Then he went south and drove the big rigs over one million miles, cris-crossing the U.S.A., touching every state, sometimes even delivering special cargo to classified military sites. A little later he shifted his talents to writing novels and poetry, acting in TV sitcoms playing the big bad guy. A volunteer with the daycare seniors, he enjoyed arranging arm chair vacations to different destinations for their enjoyment. But more than that, he was our brother, father, uncle, great uncle, and friend; and for all of this he will be greatly missed.
An avid fisherman, he loved sitting on the lake tickling for trout. Art, we know that you’ve just gone fishing.
A memorial gathering will be held on March 27, 2007 at 2 p.m. at 100 Mile Funeral Home, 225 Cedar Ave., 100 Mile House, BC.