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Edie
I have a pic of our house now completed
if you want it.


Added: February 16, 2019
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Our sincere thanks to all of those who sent notes via email, guestbook and Facebook. Andrew's celebration of life was held in Arizona and the next phase of his journey is underway. No doubt he is somewhere going flat out and being Andrew. Take care

Ian, Rob, Bronwen and Glynys


Added: February 13, 2019
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Hi Ian I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your little brother Andy. Condolences to the family!!!

Added: February 12, 2019
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Ian, so sorry my friend, Andy and I worked together in the CE section in 74-75 and we hung around together, I was military and we partied together quite a bit. We kept in contact over the years and just recently had a chat thru FB. I will miss him for sure

Added: February 11, 2019
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Sorry to hear that Ian.

Added: February 9, 2019
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I regret to advise the Shilobrats community of the passing of my younger brother, Andrew (Andy) Malcolm. My "little brother" lived in Shilo and then Brandon from 1965 for over 20 years. He attended PEHS where he starred as an excellent all round athlete in football, hockey and golf. Andrew lived life as hard as he could and went out as he preferred. I will miss him but never forget.

He asked me to inform his old friends from the Shilo days and this seemed the best way to honour that request. Condolences are not required but if you have a story about Andy feel free to comment. Life can bring pain but my brother did his best to enjoy his moment.

Ian Malcolm
PEHS 1968


Added: February 7, 2019
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if you are interested in a 50, 60, 70 and, probably 80's reunion in 2020 (Aug long weekend), email me your name, year of graduation and city. Boyd and I have been throwing some ideas around, but we need some numbers before proceeding. 80's will depend on a committee's decision, taking numbers into account.

Added: February 7, 2019
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I lived on Larkhill in the early 50’s. My Dad was RSM Jack Stevens and mom was Eva. My sister Lesly and I were 5 and 10 when we moved there. I have fond memories of the Celli family and the Goertzen’s who lived on our street.

Added: February 2, 2019
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Doug Jordan, I'm going to do that for you. So keep your eyes on the Homepage. We'll keep the Cruise Ad up for a couple more weeks but I'll let you know ... ;)

Added: January 28, 2019
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Bump: I remember those inkwells and the hole in the desk to hold them. Blotters were an absolute necessity, especially for fumblers like me. I treated my first ballpoint like gold because they were not cheap. They sold for over $12 when first produced. Now, good ones, are given away by my physio as advertising. I have more than a few with his name and address on them.

Edie, I would like to see that card just to admire the penmanship. In my condition, my signature changes every 5 minutes or so!


Added: January 27, 2019
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