Lauretta Kelynak #49649
Born ± 1920, died 11 sep 2005 100 Mile House, British Columbia, approximately 85 years
General Notes: LANGTON, Lauretta Sunday, 11 Sep 2005 100 Mile House Free Press 100 Mile House, BC
Sept. 29,1922 - Sept. 11, 2005
After a brief illness, Lauretta passed away peacefully in 100 Mile House District Hospital with four generations of family members at her side. She was the wife of James Carnegie Langton for 60 years, who preceded her death in 2004. She is survived by daughter Bonnie (Don) L'Heureux of 70 Mile House, and son Clint (Colleen) Langton of Clinton. Sisters Ivy Joinson of Port Coquitlam, Ruby Tereposky, Betty (Les) Wilson and brother Dick (Merle) Kelynack of Abbotsford. She is survived by grandchildren Harry (Joy) L'Heureux, Cindy (Brad) Goergen and Chrystal Stewart (Ken Mills) and four great granddaughters Taylor, Jamie, Robbie and Emily. Lauretta was predeceased by parents Nicholas and Ruby Kelynack, and sister Beatrice Young. The family wishes to express sincere gratitude to Dr. Wendland, Dr. Street and nurses Brenda and Mandy of 100 Mile District Hospital for their compassionate care in making her last days as comfortable as possible. Thank you also to Dr. Ross of Abbotsford. In lieu of flowers, a donation may be given in memory of Lauretta to Acute Care of 100 Mile District Hospital.
Married 1944 (59 or 60 years married) to:
James Carnegie Langton #49667, son of Frederick Wenman Langton and Jean Jolly Hebington Carnegie.
Born 1920, died 24 Feb 2004 Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada, 83 or 84 years
General Notes: LANGTON, JAMES CARNEGIE Tuesday, 24 Feb 2004
Ashcroft Cache Creek Journal, Ashcroft, BC
LANGTON - JAMES CARNEGIE
of Abbotsford, BC passed away on Feb 24, 2004 at 83 years.
He was predeceased by his parents, sister Eileen and brother Glen.
He is survived by his wife Lauretta, daughter Bonnie (Don) L'Heureux of 70 Mile House, his son Clint (Colleen) of Clinton, BC as well as 3 grandchildren, 4 greatgrandchildren, 4 sisters and 2 bothers.
There will be no service by request. A celebration of life will follow at a later date.
In lieu of flowers donations to the charity of your choice would be appreciated.