FLORENCE GEORGINA WADLOW
Obituaries - 2002
She was born Feb. 13. 1909 at Cheraw to Harry and Blanche (Waint) Waddelow. She was raised in Cheraw and graduated from high school there. She attended Brown’s Business College in La Junta and was employed for 35 years as a clerk at the La Junta Post Office. She was a member of the La Junta United Methodist Church and worked for many years on its SHARE project. For several years, she was secretary and president of the local AARP. She was also a past member of the Lorena Rebekah Lodge #33. She enjoyed traveling.
Fern died July 11 2002, aged 93, at the Crowley County Nursing Care Center. She was preceded in death by her parents and brother Orville Waddelow. Survivors include her brother Vernon Waddelow of Denver, Sister Ethel Mullennix of Canon City: and numerous nieces and nephews including niece Priscilla Sharp of Sierra Blanca, Texas. and great-niece Billie Jo Vasquez of Ordway. A Graveside service for Fern was held on Saturday. July 13, 2002, at Fairview Cemetery. The Revs. Gary and Claire Zilm of the United Methodist Churches of La Junta and Las Animas officiated.
Obituaries - 2000
Irene Grace FLACK (nee Enefer)
Irene Grace passed away in her sleep at Royal Colombian Hospital on December 27th, 2000, in her 87th year. Born in Vancouver on September 14th, 1914. Predeceased by her mother Sarah, (1925), stepmother Florence (1972) father Jesse (1974) Infant brothers William Manning and Benjamin George, and her long time friend Michael Shabatowsky (New Years Day, 2000). Sadly missed by her children Jerry Vernon (Louise), Sharon Couper (Walter), Grandchildren Laura, (James) Rob (Kathy) Kelly and Steve (Paula), great grandchildren Kimberly Siara and Kyla and many cousins. Irene was a member of the Vancouver Pioneers Association and the 411 Seniors Centre and Glee Singers. She enjoyed the last year of her life at Canada Way Lodge in Burnaby. Thanks to Drs. Yue and Ligertwood and the nurses and staff of RCH 5-North. Funeral service was held on Thursday 4th January 2001 at the Hamilton-Harron Funeral Centre 5390 Fraser Avenue. Donations were requested to be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of BC and Yukon
Ted (Edward Lawrence) ENEFER
Ted (Edward Lawrence) passed away peacefully in his sleep on the afternoon of 21st September 2000 aged 81 years. Ted will be greatly missed by his devoted wife of 57 years, Clare; three daughters, Lea Enefer, Marline (Doug) Williamson and Charlein (Peter) Mansfield; four grandchildren, Angela Michelle Katherine and Paul; sister Laurene Lothian and brother Jack. Ted was predeceased by his parents Joe and Amy Enefer, sister Nellie Waters and brother Alf. Ted lived all his life in South Hill where he worked 34 years as a letter carrier at Station "O" on Fraser Street. An avid soccer player and fan. Ted was a member of the 1946-47 St. Andrews Football Club that was added to the Honour Roll of Teams of the BC Sports Hall of Fame. The Funeral service was held Wednesday 27th September 2000, followed by a reception at Hamilton-Harron Funeral Centre, 5390 Fraser Street, (at 38th Ave.)
Celine, passed away into the presence of her Lord on September 27th, 2000, aged 87 years. Predeceased by her sisters Maude, Minnie and Mabel; brothers Ernie and Edward. Survived by four sisters, Agnes, Grace, Edna and Lillian and several nieces and nephews. A memorial service was held in Heather Bible Chapel, 777 W. 68th Ave., Vancouver, on Tuesday 3rd October 2000. She was buried at Ocean View Burial Park. In Celine’s memory, donations where requested to be made to Anvil Island Bible Camp or the Canadian Cancer Society.
The Waddelow Society is a non profit Family History Group, established in 1988, interested in reasearching the Waddelow/Wadlow name.
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