Sylvia Rose Whalley

8 December, 192421 April, 2021

Sylvia Rose Whalley was born on December 8, 1924 and passed away on April 21, 2021 and is under the care of Schoening Funeral Service.

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Sylvia Rose Whalley

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Norma Hayes

29 April 2021

We, The Happy Choristers of Kamloops would like to send our deepest sympathy to Sylvia’s family on the passing of their beloved Mother, grandmother, family & friends. She was a member of our choir and will be greatly missed.

The Happy Choristers
Kamloops, BC

Karen Drake

26 April 2021

I lived beside your mom and dad for over 15 years until I had to move. I have so many stories about holiday dinners, family baptisms, killing mice (gross), Friday night wine (she brought the Sun Chips), World War II, genealogy, rubber spiders and the use of proper grammar to name just a few. I touched base with her over the years and made a tentative date with her to go to Whitespot just before COVID hit.
My mom, my kids and my friends adored her. We all adopted her. Thanks for everything, Sylvee. Will catch up with you on the other side. And I will never forget all that you taught me.

Trish Gorton

23 April 2021

Our deepest condolences to the family. Sylvia was one of mom's dearest friends. We loved her dry sense of humor and her wit. I still have a clay bowl she made for me many, many years ago and will treasure it forever.

Trish and David Gorton

Odell Black

23 April 2021

I am so sorry to hear of Sylvia's passing. We were neighbours in the condo and have kept in touch ever since. She was a great friend and a great lady. My sincere condolences to all the family.
Odell Black

Ted Wickstrom

23 April 2021

I am saddened to hear of the passing of your mother. Always a smile on her face and so many stories to tell. She held a special place in my heart, and when I made trips back to Kamloops she seemed to always take the time to come over to my parents house to say hello. This continued even after they moved from Dallas. A very special lady.