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Margaret Brown

November 2, 1941 - March 25, 2014

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Born November 2, 1941, at Grace Hospital, Vancouver and passed away on March 25, 2014 at Cairnsmore Place, Duncan. 

 Dianne moved to Duncan at the age of 8 and spent her school years at Duncan Elementary and Cowichan High Schools.  She was the proud Chartered Honoured Queen of Bethel 38, International Order of Job’s Daughters.

After completing high school, she worked in Victoria at the BC Motor Vehicles Branch before returning to Duncan where she was employed as a secretary at BC Forest Products Pulp and Paper Mill for 38 years.  Her hard work, efficiency and sunny personality gained her the respect of all who had the good fortune to know her.

She took great pride in being a terrific cook, a fine home maker and hostess and most of all, the terrific wife of her beloved husband, Jim Brown of 45 years.  Together, they curled, boated, golfed, and camped for many happy years at Tall Timbers, Sproat Lake. Her Brindle Boxers were as great a joy to her as she was to them.

Jim and Dianne travelled the world spending many winters in Mexico and visiting relatives in Scotland, and cheering on the teams at the Brier Curling championships.  Winter holidays in r

Another of Dianne’s passions was known as the shy one of the Hudson family.  But when the eyes twinkled and the mouth giggled, the stage was set for the wry comments that would surely follow.  Her infectious laughter and her spunky spirit will be missed by all.

Dianne was predeceased by her parents, Archie and Mary Hudson, and sister in-law, Marlene Hudson.  She leaves to mourn and celebrate her life, her husband and love of her life, Jim Brown, her brothers Doug (Marilyn), Port Alberni; Alan and Jim Hudson, Duncan; and sister, Trish McInnes of Courtenay, five nieces and two nephews, and many dear friends. 

The family is grateful for the kind and loving care of the staff at Cairnsmore Place during Dianne’s final difficult months.

In honouring Dianne’s wishes, there will not be a funeral service.  The family asks you to remember all the good times you enjoyed with our Diane.

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From: H.W. Wallace Cremation and Burial Centre Staff

H.W. Wallace Cremation and Burial Centre Staff send our condolences to family and friends.

From: Robrt Currie
Relation: co-worker

So Sorry for your sad loss Jim. In Deepest Sympathy, Bob & Lyne Currie

From: Mike Bates
Relation: Nephew

I will miss you Diane. You were a wonderful person. I’m glad I got to know you.

From: Larry Beauchamp
Relation: BC Forest Products co-worker

So sorry to hear about the passing of such a great lady. During my years with BC Forest Products (now Catalyst), Dianne was known as the woman with all the answers; the go-to person if every you needed help. She will be missed. Jo Ann and I offer you our deepest condolences.

From: Rick Faulkner
Relation: I worked at the Crofton Pulp Mill.

Jim, and family, please accept our condolences on the passing of Margaret. I will always remember how helpful and cheerful Margaret was in helping sort out my scheduling problems. Margaret touched many lives and will be remembered.

From: Julie Budd
Relation: BCFP co-worker

Jim, I was so saddened to learn of Dianne’s passing. My heartfelt condolences to you and family. She was a bright light indeed, and will be long remembered by those who knew her.

From: Beth & Dredge Driedger
Relation: Cowichan Lawn Bowling Club

Our condolences to you Jim. You and Dianne had a wonderful life together and you have beautiful memories. With our love

From: Dorothy Whittome
Relation: BCFP

Jim, I will always remember the kindness you and Diane showed to us when we were new in the community. You introduced us to the Curling group (I remember very hard sweeping) and it helped us get to know and make other friends. And then, working with Diane was always fun and I found out she was always kind. Good memories.

From: Gary Ruffle
Relation: Friend

Diane was such a wonderful person. We are very sorry for your loss Jim. We are glad we got to know her over the years.
Gary and Yvonne

From: Patrick and Sherri Moynahan
Relation: Friends

Jim and Family , Sherri and I are saddened to hear of Dianne’s passing. Our thoughts are with you all and will always have the great memories of our times at Tall Timbers with Chico, Happy Hours and watching Eurpoean football.

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