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JANE ANGELA SMITH (published on March 31, 2010)

JANE ANGELA SMITH (nee Lysyk) Of Campbell River, BC, born in Winnipeg, August 25, 1944. It is with great sadness that Jane's family announces her sudden passing on March 25, 2010 after a miraculous seven months living with leukemia. Jane was predeceased by her brother, Edward Lysyk, and their father, Matthew. She is survived by her daughter and son Darcey Wood and Byron Smith, son and daughter-in-law Gary and Melissa, grandchildren Mya and Nolan, mother Stella Lysyk, and sister Bonnie Lysyk and family. Jane will be remembered by all as a dedicated mother, grandmother, daughter and sister, and a loyal friend. She found opportunities to learn and grow in everything she did. She had a great passion for sharing her knowledge, and listening to the experiences of others. She could find something in common with anyone she met. She appreciated music, art, philosophy, religions, and nature most of all. If she wasn't already with family, you could almost certainly find Jane walking the seawalk, hiking the Canyon View Trail or engrossed in a book or conversation in a coffee shop. Jane's family would like to thank her friends for their love and support. We are very grateful to the doctors and nurses of the Vancouver General Hospital Leukemia BMT Unit and the Campbell River General Hospital for their care and compassion. There will be a memorial service at Sutton's on Dogwood in Campbell River on Saturday, April 3, at 10:30 a.m. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider a donation to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society - and treat yourself to a coffee as Jane would have liked. Mum, Mom, Grammy, Janey, Jane... We will all miss you. Don't worry. We'll be fine. Sutton's Campbell River Funeral Home In Care of Arrangements 250-287-4812

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