Adeline Janzen (Davidson)

In Memorial

Born in St. Ann, Jamaica, June 5, 1925. Adeline passed away October 14, 2010. Adeline had been a longtime resident of Maple Ridge. She migrated from Jamaica to England and then came to Vancouver in 1964. Predeceased by her loving husband Frank, Adeline will be remembered for her generosity, her love of life and the many lives she touched in a positive way. She is survived by her sister, Pearl of England, Brother Dudley (Pearline) of England, 5 nephews, 1 niece, Step children, Judy Klassen (Murray), Jim Janzen (Sharon), Dale Janzen and other members of the Janzen and Klassen family; as well as many other relatives and friends.

A Celebration of Adeline’s Life will be held Thursday, October 21, 2010 at 11:00 am at Garden Hill Funeral Chapel, 11765 – 224th Street, Maple Ridge. Interment at Maple Ridge Cemetery. If you wish, donations may be made to the Kidney Foundation of BC or the Diabetes Association. Special thanks to Dr. Lam and all the people involved in her care in the last few years.

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  1. Don and Audrey Hutchison

    Adeline was a real inspiration in our bible study with her love for the Lord. She is finally home.

    My prayers are with all her family and friends.

    Audrey Hutchison

  2. I have such fond memories of Addie when we worked together
    at Britannia swimming pool in Vancouver. Dear Addie, we helped each other through some challenging times…with the wisdom of the adult and the simplicity of the youth. Sweet dreams Addie, I love you.

  3. I met Addie in 1968 when I was pregnant with my daughter. We both were in the same bowling league. That meeting resulted in a wonderful friendship that spanned 42 years with many fond memories and special moments. She started working as a cashier at Britannia in 1977 and retired in 1990. I still work at Britannia and there are several employees who remember Addie and her special kindness to people. While cashiering at the pool or rink, if someone didn’t have quite enough money to pay, she would put it in for them. Her strong belief in people came from the fact they all usually came the next time and paid her back. That’s the kind of impact Addie had on people, always ready to lend a helping hand. I am proud to have called her my friend and relieved she is no longer suffereing. God bless you Addie.

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