Lula Elizabeth Klein

Lula, beloved Mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, Best Friend passed away peacefully with her loving family by her side. In Dunrovan Oct. 15, 2012 at the age of 89 years old.


Mom was born on Sept. 1, 1923 at Glenelg T.W.P. Grey Co. Ontario. Lula was the oldest daughter to Blanch Cave of Iron Springs Sask. Lula had a sister Lillian McCellan and two brothers Ken and Art Bowmen. Lula and late husband Isadore were married Dec. 4th 1942 in Drumheller Alberta. They lived and farmed in Sask. until fall of 1952. When our parents decided to move to B.C. They arrived in Quesnel on Nov. 23rd, In the fall of 1957 Mom started work at the Police Station doing everything from matron, receptionist, dispatcher. In 1983 Mom received a silver tray and plaque with our city logo for twenty five years of service. In Jan. 1987 Lula retired.


In Lula’s Golden years Mom enjoyed her garden, flowers, greenhouse, that she was so proud of. Berry picking, camping, playing cards, canning, knitting. Mom loved her fishing. She didn’t care if there was a storm coming she would say it will pass. Just so she could stay in the boat. And sometimes it got her in trouble. Most of all she enjoyed her family.


Lula leaves to cherish her memory, her sons Gerald (predeceased) Lyle, Donald (Diane), Dale, Ken (Margie), Ron (Carmen) of Revelstoke, Bob (Debbie), Her daughters Diane (Lawrence), Sharon (John), Marion (Norm). Mom will sadly missed by her many grand children and great-grand children. As well by numerous nieces, nephews and many life long friends. The family would like to express their gratitude for all the acts of kindness and words of encouragement during this difficult time. Thank you to Dr. Martins. All the staff at Dunrovin on 1 North for the loving card you gave to our wonderful Mother.


Donations in Lulu’s memory may be made to Palliative Care or charity of your choice.


Family and Friends are invited to attend a memorial tea service on Monday October 22nd at 1:00pm at the Legion.


“Mom” we will never forget how much you loved us.

Sleep with the angels

We will always miss you.