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March 27, 1939 – April 10, 2019
It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing of Barb. She was born near Kennedy, Saskatchewan, to Forrest and Irene Miller. Along with her four siblings, she lived a typical prairie life. The family moved to North Vancouver in 1957, where she found love and adventure.
It is with great sadness that we say farewell to an angel. Kaveh will be greatly missed.
Friends and family are welcomed to donate to the LGH Foundation in Kaveh’s memory and to support the LGH staff in their caring for patients.
Parvaneh passed away on Feb 24th, 2018 after a painful three-year long journey with cancer. On her final moments, she was surrounded with her loving family and friends in the comfort of the Palliative Care unit at LGH. All along her journey, she was in great support of the caring staff of LGH, including the Oncology Clinic, the Palliative Unit, and the Ostomy clinic.
In the spirit of advocating for increasing civic engagement within the North Shore, and with particular emphasis on increasing youth/young participation – we are honoured to celebrate and mark our participation in the ‘North Shore Young Citizens Forum (NSYCF)’ 2019 cohort, by donating to The Foundry North Shore. On behalf of the NSYCF, this initial donation is to symbolize our diverse group of 30 (19-39), from across the North Shore (the District of West Vancouver, District of North Vancouver, and City of North Vancouver), who live, work and study on the North Shore – and in gratitude to the 3 remarkable and inspiring key organizers, without which this would not have been possible, thank you for bringing us together, ‘your legacy is every life you have touched’. Readers and NSYCF cohort 2020 – please consider donating to The Foundry North Shore, for all the help and support they provide young people in our community.
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