Victory Memorial Park Funeral Centre

14831 28th Ave, Surrey, BC


Inez Marie Kaufmann

April 3, 1927August 21, 2020

Inez passed peacefully at Jackman Manor Residence on August 21, 2020. She is survived by her 5 sons - Gerald (Evelyn), Steven (June), Kevin (Susan), Jonathan (Tracy), Shawn - and 1 daughter - Colleen (Dale) , 12 grandchildren, and numerous great grandchildren.

A Service of Remembrance will be held on Friday, September 18th, 2020 at Victory Memorial Park Funeral Centre, at 1:00pm.

The family would like to invite those who are unable to attend in person to take part via livestream by following the link below.



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Inez Marie Kaufmann

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Mike Lefebvre

September 17, 2020

Condolences to Inez’s family from Mike & Linda Lefebvre. When we heard of Aunt Inez passing Linda and I recalled when her and Willie appeared at our home. It was the late eighties or early nineties and they were making their way across Canada to Lucan Ont. Inez was into genealogy and wanted to research the Black Donnellys. They stayed for several days. We enjoyed their company as it was not often that family came to visit in our remote Northern Ontario community.

Clarence & Barb McParland

September 16, 2020

My dear sister Inez loved to play cards and win. One time when they were visiting , the family got together to play the horse race game. Willie was extremely lucky and kept winning the pots.
Inez was fed up with Willie winning all of the time and insisted that he change seats with her. After Willie changed seats with her, you can guess what happened, he won again and again .
Inez insisted that she wanted her seat back. We all laughed and enjoyed our precious time together.

Rest in peace Inez. We love you.

Sheree Swindle

September 16, 2020

Forty years ago, Aunt Inez kindly put me up for a few days when I first visited BC. She tried to convince me a career in insurance would be a good choice; alas it did not appear adventurous enough to my young 20 something mind. She was right of course; it would have been an excellent career choice. She did introduce me to the Okanagan life, and for that, I am grateful, as it remains a favourite for holiday adventures. I will miss updating her on news from Mattawa, Ontario, where my brother resides, as it was a favoured childhood town of hers. She had so many wonderful stories of the town’s history. I will miss her many stories.

Gail Sherman

September 15, 2020

Aunt Inez was so very good to me and my two daughters Delaina and Julianne at the lowest time in my life. She and Uncle Willie dropped everything to help us and I will never forget the love and selflessness that was given without hesitation...Rest in Peace Dear Aunt Inez

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