OBITUARY

Elizabeth Emmi Pickett

2 September, 196426 April, 2021

On Monday, April 26, 2021, Elizabeth Emmi Pickett, loving wife and mother of two children, passed away at age 56.

Elizabeth was born on September 2, 1964 in Werl, Germany. The family eventually moved back to Canada and throughout the years and had many moves across the country. They planted roots here in British Columbia where Guy was blessed to have crossed paths with her and spend 36 wonderful years with her.

Although every task Elizabeth took on in life she gave her all to it, but her one true passion that allowed her to escape life's problems was her love of gardening.

Elizabeth is survived by her loving husband Guy, her two sons Taylor and Bryan as well as extended family and friends. She was predeceased in death by her father, Alexander and her mother Emmi.

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mike Pickett

4 May 2021

Fond memories of california

Margaret Tweedly

3 May 2021

To Guy Taylor and Bryan
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your beautiful wife and mother
She was my cousin and although we didn’t meet too often in life I remember having a sleepover with her and her parents and this beautiful little blond girl with a big smile melted my heart
Her father Alex and my father Hugh we’re brothers
I am Deb Burry’s eldest sister
Not long ago when chatting with her I asked her if and when we could have a family reunion maybe she could attend and she said ‘ I would love that ‘and I’m sorry that never happened
She was family and we loved her too and hope that knowing that wil give you and your sons a little comfort in the days to come
RIP Lizzie we won’t forget u

Karen Barber

2 May 2021

Guy, Taylor and Bryan,

It is sad to think there will be a missing seat at Christmas dinner. Her smile would light up a room, I will miss her laugh and her friendly competitive spirit at our annual Girls VS Guys Pictionary games. You've lost someone so special and though we can't know all you're going through, we hope the loving memories will help to comfort you.

Karen, Randy, Kayla, Will and Riley

Peter & Annette Castell

2 May 2021

A wonderful lady, wife and mother. She always had that lively sparkle in her eyes. Her family, life long friends, dogs and garden brought her great joy. When we could meet or have dinner together, Elizabeth and Guy were so much fun to be around. Elizabeth was deeply loved. She will be missed by all who knew her.

Our thoughts and condolences to Guy, Taylor and Bryan. We hope happy family memories will help you through this difficult time.

Maureen Whitehorne

2 May 2021

Guy, Taylor and Bryan,

It’s been a long time since we lived on Osprey, but I remember many wonderful conversations with Liz walking our kids to Blue Jay. She was a beautiful person with a kind heart. It was so nice to see you at our friend Wendy’s 50th a few years ago but Liz had a headache and left early. I cannot imagine how hard it is for you all, but hope that the love and support of family and friends will get you through the toughest days. She loved you all so dearly.

Take good care ❤️
Maureen, Bob, Lee and Bobbi

Jamile Amery

1 May 2021

Guy, Taylor & Bryan,
I am so blessed to have known Elizabeth. This past year she always made time to stay in touch, sharing a few words or trading selfies to match the feeling of our conversation. Her sense of humour ever present, right alongside her practical advice. Such a kind soul, who will be missed by so many. My thoughts are with you all during this difficult time.
Elizabeth, my brave and courageous friend, I will miss your positive spirit & sense of fun. I am thankful for the gift of having known you. May you rest in peace.🌻
Jamile

Lynne Joiner

1 May 2021

Guy, Taylor & Bryan,
Although we’ve never met, my heart aches for all of you during this very difficult and sad time. Your wife/mom, Elizabeth was such a beautiful person, inside and out!
We worked together at CSC and once upon a time, when we had a cafeteria, we shared many stories and gut busting laughs at “our group “ lunch table. We were a fair sized group that share these amazing times with Elizabeth and I can surely speak for all of us when I say that Elizabeth was the most sweet, kind and gentle soul. We all loved her! She was a true gem and will be cherished forever!
Elizabeth, we will miss you! May you rest in the most blissful place in the universe! 💕
Lynne Joiner

Sheila Henkel

1 May 2021

Guy,

I’m so saddened by the news. My thoughts are with you and your family during this time of loss, of your beloved wife. She was not just beautiful on the outside, but beautiful on the inside. Her eyes show such kindness from within, ‘window to the soul’ ...angelic😇

Just know, you were such a huge support system especially during her time of need. I hope you and your family find peace, and hold onto the fond memories you all shared.

Love Sheila & Jay Henkel🙏

Deb Burry (Davidson)

1 May 2021

To Guy and your sons Taylor and Bryan, you will be in my Thoughts & Prayers. I am so sorry for the loss of your wife, Elizabeth (Lizzie).
Hopefully, the cherished memories of your lovely wife can soothe you & your sons. God Bless.
My parents, Hugh & Peggy Davidson (daughter one of 5 of them & 1 son)
My family, especially my Daughters, can relate a little to your wife, Elizabeth's (Lizzie) life. We were in the Military (Air Force) for 21 years, my eldest Daughter just retired Army (22 years), my youngest Daughter & Husband, Navy. (retired from CFB Esquimalt). Take care. Hugs!




Brian Davidson

1 May 2021

My deepest condolences Guy, Taylor and Bryan on your loss, way too soon.

FROM THE FAMILY