James Albert Procure

January 25, 1930June 25, 2019

Jim Procure passed away on Tuesday June 25, 2019 at Cascade Hospice Chilliwack, BC at the age of 89 years old.

Jim will be sadly missed by daughters - Gwen (Norm Bravender), Susan (Allan Greer), sons - Rick Procure, Gary Procure (Karen), brother - Vic Procure (Evelyn), sister - Lillian Brink as well as numerous grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

Jim is predeceased by his wife, Evelyn Procure and his son, Roy Procure.

Jim and Evelyn had many interests which included - camping, square dancing, and anything western. Jim was a professional driver for the Military for over 30 years and spent time in the Military in Germany and Chilliwack previously.

He will be missed by many.


James Albert Procure

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Keith King

July 6, 2019

My memory is of uncle Jim would be the pizza parties they would have at Grandma Procure's house on Henley Ave. There were two men in my life that gave me a good father statue both were uncles both were brothers. Uncle Jim and uncle Vìc. I love you both.

Susan Greer

July 5, 2019

Dad I guess I will always be your little girl. I remember calling daddy don't leave me on my first day of school and you came back
I would like to say those words today and get the same response but i know you are safe in moms arms where you should stay.

I love and miss you dad
tell mom i love and miss her too.

Love Your Daughter,
Susan Greer xoxo

Susa Barbour

July 3, 2019

Jim, I will miss you. Will never forget how i got my first taste of homemade wine that you and Evelyn made and how i got sick all over Rick's bed that night and all rhe chocolates you made for your kids and their families. Plus the wonderful way you house look each Christmas. All the luau's you and Evelyn helped do your pig in the ground. Having you being a part of my life since i was 13 and giving you a wonderful Granddaughter was the best partof knowing you. I know your at peace and having a great time with Evelyn maybe having a square dance or two. Till we met again
Your Ex- Daughter-in-law Susan

Amber Rychly

July 3, 2019

Grandpa, you will be missed by many. I will cherish the time that I had to spend with you and Grandma at thousand trails and all of the craft sales I was able to be a part of all of the Christmas family gatherings and wonderful memories. I am so glad that you are finally at peace and can rest easy, Dayton has many fond memories of his great grandpa and I am so grateful that he was able to spend the time with you. Forever in our hearts and will never be forgotten. Your back with grandma now. May you both rest in peace.

Your Loving Granddaughter and Great-Grandson.
Amber and Dayton. xoxoxo