Piercy's-Mt. Washington Funeral Home

440 England Ave, Courtenay, BC


Bill Myrvold Raume

25 janvier 193815 mars 2020

Bill Myrvold Raume passed away on March 15, 2020 at North Island Hospital. Born in Laramie, Wyoming on June 25, 1938 to Alven and Elizabeth Raume. Bill was born in Wyoming and later moved to Washington State with his family at a young age. Bill attended Washington State University and graduated with a degree in business. Bill met Judy Snowberger in Seattle and they married in 1958. Bill worked for a short time at Boeing in Washington with his father, Alven. In 1969, Bill and Judy moved their family from the US to Canada. They lived in Nimpo Lake, BC where they owned and operated a fishing resort. In 1972, the family moved up to Smithers, BC where they owned and operated a small business. Bill was quite involved in the Smithers Rotary Club and the Hudson Bay Mountain ski hill. After they retired in 1998, Bill and Judy moved to Ladysmith to enjoy retirement on the island. They later moved up island to Courtenay to be closer to family. Bill was predeceased by his parents – Alven Anderson and Elizabeth Grace Raume. Bill is survived by his wife of 61 years, Judy Raume; his two sons, Craig (Prince George) and Eric (Courtenay); and his grandsons, Dustin and Jordan (Eric’s boys) and Anders and Kristoffer (Craig’s boys). His is also survived by his brother, Ron Raume (Vashon Island, WA); and sisters, Dr. Bets Raume (Randle, WA) and Nancy Carr (Vashon Island, WA); as well as his nephew Kelly (St. Augustine, FL) and niece Shannon (Seattle, WA) and their children. As per Bill’s wishes, he will be cremated, and his ashes scattered by his family later this summer. Bill asked specifically for no service and no donations in his name. Det finnes ingen snarveier til steder det er verdt å resie til. “There are no short cuts to any place worth going”


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Amelia Anderson

mars 19, 2020

Our thoughts & Prayers go out to you and your Family, Judy.
Tippy & Gary

Jerry and Janet Hardy

mars 18, 2020

We visited Bill and Judy in 1999 when they lived in Smithers, BC
It was the most memorable trip because Bill and Judy were amazing tour guides.
Bill knew the best places to eat and introduced us to dark ale.
Every time I order dark beer, I think of him (and Judy).
When we look at the photos, we are eternally grateful for such a wonderful visit.

Nancy Carr

mars 16, 2020

This is so surreal. I love you Bro!
Rest in Peace. Your little sister.