FRICKER, Stanley Arthur. It is with sadness we announce the death of Stanley Arthur Fricker, who passed away on Dec. 22, 2011 at the age of 90.

Stanley leaves to mourn Kathleen, his wife and best friend of 55 years; their two children Anthony (Elizabeth) and Janette (Steven) also 3 grandsons, Samuel, Dominic and Keegan. Born in England, Stanley his wife and young son emigrated to Canada in 1959, living mostly in the Surrey area. Stanley served 7 years in WW II as a gunner in the British Army. Since coming to Canada he worked as a sales rep for an Industrial firm for 27 years covering the Island and Yukon. One of the founding members of Crescent Beach Photography Club, Stanley’s slides and prints are still enjoyed by many. He was always cheerful and helpful whenever possible and served as a driver for Meal on Wheels for 12 years. Stanley was also a faithful and active member of the Anglican Church both in England and in BC. We wish to thank Dr. John O’Brien for the care and compassion he afforded Stanley over the years and also the nurses and care aids at the Dr. Hogg Pavilion 3rd floor.

A celebration of Stanley’s life will be held at the Church of the Holy Trinity, corner of Roper and Foster in White Rock on Jan. 6, 2012 at 2:00pm. Instead of flowers, if wished, please make a donation to the White Rock/S.Surrey Stroke Recovery Club 604-541-1290 or the Peace Arch Hospital Foundation.

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