YOUNG: Glen Howard
Passed away peacefully at Surrey Memorial Hospital, November 22, 2006. Predeceased by parents Earl and Charlotte, mother-in-law Matilda, sister Viola and brother-in-laws Tom and Fred. Survived by his wife of 53 years, Gabrielle, children Denise (John), Jim (Dyan), Bob (Anne-Marie), Wendy (Brad), Sandra (Brad), Michael and 9 much loved grandchildren, Dusty, Max, Danielle, Jessie, Ben, Chris, Jackie, Nicholas and Quinn as well as brothers John (Sheila), Grant (Sue), sister-in-law Denise and numerous nieces and nephews. Born on the family farm in Stoughton Saskatchewan January 14, 1931. The family moved to Princeton during the depression where he was raised. Glen began his working career as a logger at Woss Camp. In 1959, he started in the heavy equipment business with Dietrich Collins. Retiring in the early 90’s as co-owner of Heavyquip Parts Ltd. Dad’s two loves in life were work and his family, with an honourable mention to Hockey Night in Canada; a loyal Canucks fan to the end. In lieu of flowers, donations in Glen’s memory can be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association. An open house, to celebrate Glen’s life, will be held December 2nd between 2 and 6 pm at 15030 – 101st Avenue, Surrey, BC, V3R 0N3.