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By Lethbridge Herald Obituaries on March 28, 2016.


WESLEY CLAIR ANDREWS, husband of Evelyn Ruby Andrews of Lethbridge, Alberta passed away at the Chinook Regional Hospital on March 22, 2016 at the age of 92 years.

He is the loving father of Larry (Lynne) Andrews and Valerie (Madeson) Schmold of Lethbridge, grandchildren Jamie (Mike) Mauro of Lethbridge, Nichole (Corey) Flynn of Calgary, Braedon Schmold of Lethbridge and four great-grandchildren.

Wesley is also survived by four siblings: Raymond (Ellen) Andrews, Delvin (Francis) Andrews, Shirley (Jim) Pederson, Melva Siebert and many nieces and nephews.

He was predeceased by his parents, John and Lily Andrews, his brother Delbert Andrews and his sister Lela Ober.

Wesley was born on July 16,1923 in Vauxhall, the third child of John and Lily Andrews. He started school in Coaldale then attended Crystal Lake School. Wes grew up on a farm and agriculture was his passion. He married Evelyn Schaufert in 1953 and farmed in the Coaldale area until 1996 when he retired and moved to Lethbridge. He loved to tinker and enjoyed gardening in his little piece of land in the backyard. After breaking his hip in late 2014, he moved to Legacy Lodge where he resided until his passing. Wes took great pride in his family, never losing his love for good conversation.

A Funeral Service will be held at CORNERSTONE FUNERAL HOME – 2800 Mayor Magrath Drive South, Lethbridge, Alberta on Monday, March 28, 2016 at 11:00 A.M. with Reverend Trevor Potter officiating.

If friends so desire, in lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation P.O. Box 2211 Lethbridge, Alberta T1J 4K7

To send a condolence, please visit http://www.cornerstonefuneralhome.com

Shirley Florence Perry

1935 – 2016

It is with heavy hearts that the family of Shirley Perry, beloved wife of Daniel Perry, announce her passing on March 22, 2016 at Chinook Regional Hospital.

Shirley Florence Perry (Day) was born in London, England, the first child of James T. Day and Florence N. Day, following Shirley were her siblings Pamela Burr (husband Tony deceased), Janet (Brian) Hunt, and Martin James Day (deceased).

At eight years old Shirley was evacuated out of London with Pam (aged 4); because of the Second World War bombs they spent two years with strangers who took them in. Her schooling was completed in Fulham London, where she also worked in entertainment for 2 years for the troops, and then she became a telephone operator once her schooling was completed.

On a hockey game trip to Nottingham, she was introduced to the love of her life, Daniel W. Perry. They were married October 12, 1957; he was her husband, father of their boys, lover, protector, friend, sweetheart, companion, and her caregiver for 58 years.

Wayne Daniel (Beverly), of Whitecourt was their first child with Dale Martin (Deborah) of Stony Plain coming a year later, both were born in Nottingham, England.

In 1970 they took the big adventure, Dan was offered work in Canada, and the family spent 13 years in Grande Cache, Alberta.

Shirley is also survived by three granddaughters Loni in Edmonton, Ashley (Tyson) in Prince George, and Megan in Whitecourt, as well as step grandchildren Candace (Marc) in Hinton, Steven (Melissa) in Coaldale and four great grandchildren. Also left to mourn are four sisters in law and numerous nieces and nephews in England.

Shirley’s life has always included volunteering, starting in England in 1947 with Mental Health, in order to help with her brother Martin. When they moved to Canada, her life in Grande Cache was filled with running the concession for the boys’ minor hockey, sitting on many Boards, Women’s clubs, and anything to do with youth and education. She also organized shopping trips to Hinton, when prices were too high in Grande Cache. Her Lethbridge volunteering efforts included the Craft Club at the hospital, snuggler of babies at the hospital, and T.O.P.S. Her intentions were always honourable, and it was her desire to make sure all were included in the many causes and activities which she held near and dear.

A Celebration of Life will be held at 1:00pm on Tuesday, March 29, 2016 at the MARTIN BROTHERS RIVERVIEW CHAPEL, 610 4 Street, S. Lethbridge, Alberta.

Visit http://www.mbfunerals.com to send a private condolence.

Kazimierz “Kaz” Terajewicz

1915 – 2016

KAZIMIERZ “KAZ” TERAJEWICZ of Lethbridge beloved husband of Barbara Terajewicz, passed away at the Chinook Regional Hospital on Sunday, March 20, 2016 at the age of 100 years.

Kaz was fortunate to be born into a wealthy land baron family and was raised in Chorosowszczyzna, District of Nowogrodek, Poland. He enjoyed a wonderful childhood growing up on the large family farm. With the invasion of Poland by Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union in 1939, he was deported to Siberia to work in a slave labor camp. He was released in 1941 once the allies persuaded the Soviets to free surviving Poles being held in these camps. In 1942, Kaz enlisted with the Polish Army and was stationed in Iran, Palestine, Iraq, Egypt and Italy. He often spoke of their win at one of the most difficult battles at Monte Casino, Italy. At the end of the war, he was sent to Great Britain and served with the Polish Resettlement Corps until honourably discharged. Kaz arrived in Halifax on May 25, 1947. It was there decided that he should make Montreal his home as he spoke some French, having learned it from one of his nannies. However, once on the train, an infamous game of “bridge” was started and Kaz missed the stop in Montreal. He arrived in Lethbridge and for a short time worked on sugar beets. He then worked for the Lethbridge Experimental (Research) Station for approximately 2 years and following that, obtained a position with the P.F.R.A., working on various irrigation construction projects including the St. Mary’s Dam, Waterton Dam, Brooks Aquaduct as well as numerous other smaller projects. Dad worked for the P.F.R.A for 32 years and retired in 1980.

Kaz was very proud of his Polish heritage but he also loved his newly adopted country, Canada. He also loved his family, and probably more than anything he was especially proud of his grandchildren, Matthew and Stephanie. Kaz and Barbara enjoyed travelling and some of their destinations included Italy, Poland, Rhode Island, California and Montana. Most often he enjoyed spending time in our beautiful Rocky Mountains. His hobbies included walking, hiking, fishing, bird hunting, and skiing & curling in his earlier years. Without a doubt, Dad’s favourite hobby was playing bridge. With his talented bridge partners, Dad earned many medals and in the first 33 of his almost 36 years of retirement, you could often find him at the LSCO, playing a great game of bridge!

Kaz was loved by his family and will be dearly missed.

Left to cherish his memory are his daughter Yola (Steve) Gruca and his grandson, Matthew Gruca, all of Lethbridge. Kaz is also survived by his sister Jadwiga Boczkowska of Poland; his sister-in-law Aurelia Kochanek of Rhode Island and numerous nieces & nephews.

Kaz was predeceased by his parents, Wladyslaw and Maria (Ancuta) Terajewicz; brother Leon; sister Wladyslawa and by his granddaughter Stephanie in 2007.

In memory of Kaz, donations may be made to STARS Calgary Base – Head Office, 1441 Aviation Park NE, Box 570, Calgary, AB T2E 8M7, or to the charity of your choice.

A Funeral Mass will be held at 10:00 A.M. on Tuesday, March 29, 2016 at ST. BASIL’S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, 604 – 13 Street North, Lethbridge, Alberta, with Father Lukas Drapal, celebrant. Interment to follow at Mountain View Cemetery.

Visit http://www.mbfunerals.com to send a private condolence.

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