OBITUARY

Lewis Alfred Denis Battrum

December 9, 1926January 31, 2012

In memory of Lewis A. D. Battrum, December 9, 1926 - January 31, 2012. 85 years.

BATTRUM, Lewis passed away peacefully in his home in beautiful Lake Country BC. He is predeceased by his wife Phyllis Lucy (nee Daem) of nearly 55 years. He is survived by his brother Douglas of Vancouver, his sister-in-law Annette (Gough) of Westbank; his four children: Denis (and Audrey), Deborah, Elaine (and Bruce Macdonald) and Kathryn; his six grandchildren: Roger (and Angeline), Neil, Holly, Marshall (Beaton), Dana (Beaton) and Alexandra (Macdonald); and two great-granddaughters: Siciley & Kaydence. He is greatly missed by numerous nieces and nephews as well.

In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make memorial contributions in memory of Lewis may do so to a charity of choice. The celebration of his life will be held Sunday March 18, 2012, at 11am in the chapel of the Pleasant Valley Funeral Home in Vernon. This is followed by a reception there. Please sign the guest book at www.pleasantvalleyfh.com

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Lewis Alfred Denis Battrum

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Jim & Marilyn Macdonald

April 17, 2012

In memory of Lewis Battrum and as an expression of deepest sympathy, a donation has been made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation by

April 12, 2012

to the Battrum Family:
your parents both lived a very active life and we hope they left you with wonderful memories.
With deepest sympathy,
Jim & Joy Reddy
29 Shawfield Crescent

Elaine Froese

April 12, 2012

Dear Elaine, Bruce & Alex,
sending my sympathy and prayers...
and letting you know my heart goes out to you at this time of sadness.
With Deepest Sympathy as you grieve your Dad and Grandpa's passing, I always enjoyed conversing with him. He was a true gentleman and very gracious host. He leaves you a wonderful legacy of love.
Love Elaine #2 & Wes

Bruce Mickelson

March 28, 2012

to Denis, Deborah, Elaine & Kathryn,
Your loved one is part of who you are, of how you see the world...of how you live and give. Those priceless gifts are yours forever.

ps
Uncle Lewis was an inspiration to everybody!
and was loved by all.
May he rest in Peace, Amen.

With Sympathy,
Love Bruce & Brenda

March 28, 2012

Fred over minnet
(translation: Peace over the memory)
Dear Battrums,
Thank you for the very sad notice, which I received with the deepest sorrow. I last spoke to Lew on his Birthday--and he sounded his usual good self--and we talked about travels, our common hobby.
so sad!
Love Sigrid (Ellison)

March 27, 2012

Dear Alexandra and family:
How sorry I was to learn of your Grandfather's quiet death. "In life, in death, in life after death, God is with us." You will have fond memories of him. You will feel his influence, his spirit at the unexpected times in your daily living--that will be a comfort as the years go by.
All love & sympathy,
Marsha & Barry

March 27, 2012

Deepest Sympathy- May your precious memories bring you comfort at this sad time. To Denis, Debbie, Elaine, Kathy and your families: I was sorry to hear about the loss of your father. When I think of him & your mother, I remember how kind and generous they were to me, and how much fun my mom & dad had when you and your family came to visit us at the cabin in Kaleden or we visited you in Vancouver. Such a well lived life. Take care & thanks for letting me know. Eleanor

Paula Hucko

March 19, 2012

From all of us to all of you our deepest condolences. We only met Lew a few times but I will always recall the sparkle in his eyes. I have the loveliest picture of him with Alexandra enjoying the Canadian open and most of all his granddaughter. A true gentleman. Our thoughts are with you all. Love Paula, Wes, Nicole and Erin.

March 18, 2012

Denis, Deborah, Elaine and Kathryn,
Your dad always held my respect - he was so tall! And your mom was always so elegant. Memories from more than 40 years ago. If my dad were alive today he would have been so sad for the loss of such a good friend, fellow manager and great human. I was always so impressed by how good each of you became at any task you took up be it ham radio operator, pianist or , later, as a professional at your work. Will follow up with a letter at a later date.
Wishing you all the best, peace and fond memories.
Mike Gilbert for Dorothy and Robin Gilbert.

March 17, 2012

Dear Elaine and family,

We received your card and we appreciate you making the effort at this very sorrowful time. You are following in your Father's compassionate footsteps, as he was as thoughtful when your Mother passed. We know how important family was to him.

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

Fran and family