Bonnie Heather Ann Culberson and Bruce Alexander Smith wish to
announce the passing of our mother Eva Aileen Smith (nee Logan) at the appointed
time October 9, 2005 in her 84th year. She was born in Tennex, Saskatchewan
November 4, 1921 and lived at the parental home 340 Bruce Street attending King
George Public School and the Technical and Commercial High School in her youth.
Working at ASC during World War II in transportation (track gang) in accounts
payable later on working for Redifusion, Continental Cable and Lake Superior Cable.
During our childhood we lived on Morin Street, 49 Riverview Avenue, 169 Upton Road,
our cottage was on Heyden Lake and in her retirement 49 St. Mary's River Drive. She
was active in the Rebekah Lodge, Circle 8 with her friend Bernice Rathwell and many
others at the Central United Church, also very active in St. John's Ambulance with
her husband. She was predeceased by her husband Charles Alexander Smith in 1965,
her parents Harry and Agnes (Rhodes) Logan, sisters Erma, Enid (Church) and brother
Hugh. A surviving sister Elva (Logan) Gillette and her son Grant, (step-son) Ralph,
Margaret Smith and family of USA, Catherine (Tunny) Smith wife of Cecil of Sudbury.
Treasure hunters, relatives and friends Doris (Keatly, Fratesi) Murie and husband,
Deborah (Fratesi) Pozzo and family of London, Marilyn (Logan) and Lyall Trites and
family of Orillia, Vance and Penny Logan of Nova Scotia, Patty and George of British
Columbia, Terri, Chas and family of Philadelphia, Stacey, Dale Rawlyk of Colorado,
Kimberly Dawn Culberson and Billy son of Patty, The Kennedy family of Parry Sound,
Sharon Barr and family, Jean and Steve Kozak, A. Decker and family, William
Roosevelt Culberson husband of Bonnie. Thanking you for your care Doctors Lohar,
Keith, Buehner and nurses of the Sault Area Hospitals, Astra Zenica. She will
remain in the hearts and minds of those who choose to do so. Interment at Greenwood