First Memorial Funeral Services

375 Brae Road, Duncan, BC


Candace L. Green

March 1, 1954March 20, 2020

Candace L. Green was born on March 1, 1954 and passed away on March 20, 2020.


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Candace L. Green

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Sharon Fulton Mayea

April 8, 2020

Ian and Family,
My deepest condolences on the loss of Candy.
I shall remember many fun and interesting times
together at 'The Lake' - wine glass in hand,
lots of laughs - appies at your Kitchen table.
God Bless you all.
Sharon Fulton Mayea.

Wayne Kilback

April 7, 2020

We met some 8 years ago and it was love at first sight. You never think it will happen to you but for us it did. Candy was a special person to me and very respected. We made a point of talking every day telling each other how our day was always finishing with a love you. Candys love of travel took us to many exciting places. We traveled to Las Vegas. Did a camping trip to Alaska and toured China. Our last big trip just this past September was down the Oregan coast as far as San Francisco. As I write this with heavy heart and tears in my eyes i truly miss that girl. Candy you are now pain free and in a better place. I miss you everyday. Lots of love. Your brat man. WAYNE

Cathy Fielding

March 31, 2020

I'm struggling with what to say about losing my best friend of 60 years. I loved everything about Candace Lil from our early days when we first met, to living in the same apartment building in Victoria and to our later years. The sharing, laughing, counselling and reminiscing as only old friends can do. I loved how she gave many people nicknames. Mine was CatherineAnnski; her brothers Bob and Michael were Bobalouie and Mikey; Nikki was Nickelodeon and her dear Mom was Momushka. My previous dog's name was Chloe, but nope - Candy had to call her Clovis! I'm sure there are others, but these are the ones that I knew. I miss just picking up the phone to talk to her every week (or more) and she always wanted to know what was going on in my life first. No matter what life threw at her, she kept a smile on her face and just pushed on and dealt with it in a positive manner. I loved her enthusiasm for life and love of travelling and she could not get enough of those Purdy's dark chocolate cherry caramels! You're on a new adventure now my dear friend - one we'll all face one day. I can only hope we'll meet again. I love you and will miss you forever.

Lynn Abrams

March 30, 2020

My dear friend is gone and I miss her so much. She was an amazing woman. There will never be anyone like her. She was funny, cheerful, had a wondrous (one of her words) smile and was very generous. She was also honest and would definitely tell you what she thought - even if you didn't want to hear it or like it. She was a character. To Wayne, Ian, Sarah and all Candy's family, this is a time of great sorrow. I can only tell you from my personal experience it will take time to accept this. The loss will always be with you but so will her love. She has moved on. Goodbye my little dragonfly. Peace out!

Mary-Lynne Weberg

March 29, 2020

Candy was a choir buddy at the lake. She was a special person. We always had a good visit at the Honeymoon Bay Market where our dog got lots of pats and goodies too! The world is a sadder place without Candy in it. I am sad for your loss. Hugs to Candy’s family and partner. Rest in peace sweet Candy!

Jane Sharpe

March 29, 2020

I first met Candy about 10 years ago, we went to a singing class together with Pauline and Carolyn. She was one of the nicest, funniest and bravest person I have ever met.

Christine Thompson

March 27, 2020

I have so many good memories from our years together at Curves. Candy was always fun and funny and added much laughter to workouts.
The most powerful memory I have of her was when I returned to work after my 15 year old nephew died of suicide. She ran across the floor and just held me.
She also helped me with some physical issues with Reiki.
Her love for her friends and family was enormous and I am glad to have had her in my world.

Craig Brown

March 26, 2020

Hello Ian, I would like to explain my last phone call to you..in the last few months I have lost several dear Friends and Family...as you know it takes away apart of your heart...I only met your Mother on a few occasions, but she made a very big oppression me...when I seen the post of your Mother passing...I LOST IT...so to say...I consider you a Friend for the rest of my life....and I known and feel your pain..