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|Tarasuk, Norma, passed away January, 21, 2010. She had suffered from Parkinsons for the past few years. Norma leaves to mourn her husband Steve Tarasuk and family.|
|Tashoots, Jackie Pete lost his battle with cancer April 15, 2015. He was diagnosed just the previous it had already spread throughout his body. He was a long time resident of Cassiar along with his family Clements, Susy Pete Tashoots & family.|
|Tashoots, Susie (Rena) passed away peacefully of cancer in her home August 19, 2004 at age 70. She was buried in the Cassiar Cemetery and known to most Cassiar people as Rena Pete. She leaves behind to mourn her husband Clemens Tashoots, mother Rosie Dennis, children Ann Jack, Marie (Henry), Nita (Marty), Dale, Jackie, Rose (Albert) and Jeffrey, siblings Elvis Dennis (Terri), John Dennis Jr. (Brenda), Margery Loverin (Don), Lydia Russell, Florene Dennis and Joanne Torres (Bill) and grandchildren, great grand children and many nieces and nephews. Susie was predecased by her children Cora and Ricky, her father Johnny Taku Jack, grand-parents Tom and Eva Carlick and siblings, Peter Jack, Hector & Louie Dennis (twins), Cecilia Tashoots and Hannah Bisson.|
| Taylor, Alan, had a stroke in November 2012
and passed January 24, 2013 in Gibsons, BC.
Al lived in Cassiar 1959-1985. Al was a lifelong bachelor, lived in the bunkhouse and served as the mill carpenter the entire time he was in Cassiar, until he was retired.
|Taylor, Don. Security Chief. Died in Cassiar of cancer and buried in the Cassiar Cemetery.|
|Tevely, Les passed away in Kamloops, BC on April 28, 2010 after a long bout with cancer. He leaves to mourn wife Doreen and family,|
|Thirlwell, Ed. Former Mill superintendent. Passed away March 22, 1995 100 Mile House, BC of prostrate cancer. Survived by daughter Susan Thirlwell.|
|Thirlwell, Eve. Passed away Jan. 5, 1990 in 100 Mile House, BC. Survived by daughter Susan Thirlwell.|
|Thornicroft, Jack, passed away April 9, 2005. Jack and Joyce lived in Cassiar 1955-1971. Jack started as an assayer in the mine but spent most of the time in Cassiar as the Chief Accountant in the main office. Jack was appointed Justice Of The Peace at Cassiar in the 1960s and, in addition to his other duties, presided at Citizen Courts for the induction of many immigrants as Canadians. Joyce worked occasionally, helping out in the office and the hospital.|
Thornicroft, Joyce passed away February 1, 2014, peacefully in her sleep. She had been at Case Manor in Bobcaygeon, ON since last spring. Her health took a turn for the worse last fall, and although she rallied into Christmas, she knew it was her time. She was 97, would have been 98 on March 28.
Jack and Joyce Thornicroft lived in Cassiar 1955-1971. Joyce worked occasionally, helping out in the office and the hospital. Jack (deceased) started as an assayer in the mine but spent most of the time in Cassiar as the Chief Accountant in the main office. Jack was appointed Justice Of The Peace at Cassiar in the 1960s and, in addition to his other duties, presided at Citizen Courts for the induction of many immigrants as Canadians
| Tigert, Thomas T. passed away peacefully in
his sleep July 13, 2002, in Toronto, ON at age
91. The Tigert family was one of the first families in Cassiar, where Thomas was in management. He worked with Conwest Exploration for many years. Thomas is survived by wife Katherine, twins sons Lance & Kent, 5 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren.
|Tischler, Lothar has passed away peacefully at the age of 76 on May 10, 2008 in the hospital of Salmon Arm, BC. with his family at his side. He leaves to mourn his wife Irmgard, and children Andre Hans, Carin and Tina. Lothar lived in Cassiar 1953-1989. Started as carpenter and was Superintendent of Surface Department and Carpenter Shop. Brother to Werner Tischler.|
|Tomashewski, Ed, 46 died of a heart attack in Cassiar on June 17, 1976. Ed was a painter in Surface Department for many years. Survived by daughters Marlene Readman, Darlene Doran, Barbara "Cookie" Gibson, Beverly Storie, Pat Trudeau & Margaret "Peggy" Folvik.|
|Tomashewski, Mary, died in Barriere, BC in October 1994. Mary worked in Cassiar's mill lab for many years. Predeceased by husband Ed. Survived by daughters Marlene Readman, Darlene Doran, Barbara "Cookie" Gibson, Beverly Storie, Pat Trudeau & Margaret "Peggy" Folvik.|
|Tomson, Art. Passed away March 6, 2000 in Grand Forks, BC|
|Tough, Ken, passed away November 27, 2002 at the age of 70 in Lacombe, AB. Ken was a supervisor for Kilborn Engineering in Cassiar in the mid to late 1970s.|
|Tracey, Basil. Mine Garage General Foreman 1979-1982. Died in 1998 of a brain tumor in Kelowna, BC. Survived by wife Rae and daughter Debbie still living in Kelowna.|
|Turgeon, Lilliane, aged 82 died of cancer in Edmonton, AB in October, 2002. Lilliane lived in Cassiar 1957-1962, was wife to Oscar and mother to Dolores, Roger and Jacquie.|
|Turgeon, Oscar "Ossie", aged 82 died of cancer in Edmonton, AB if February, 1996. Oscar was manager of the Cassiar Store 1957-1962, husband to Lilliane and father to Dolores, Roger and Jacquie.|
|Turgeon, Roger, aged 62, died of cancer in Edmonton, AB December, 2001. Roger worked as heavy equipment operator in the Cassiar mine 1957-1962. Son of Oscar & Lilliane and brother to Dolores and Jacquie.|
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