With great sadness and fond memories, the family of Clarence Edward (Spike) Lust announce his passing on October 18, 2006. Spike was born in Rosetown, Sask. on Nov. 10, 1937. He moved to Quesnel with his family when he was 13, and remained in Quesnel and some years later met and married Bev. Thompson. Spike worked in the logging industry for Jim Patchett, Gamache Logging, and also Prairie Creek Logging in Likely. In 1973 he changed careers and started working for Inland Kenworth as a heavy duty mechanic, where he remained until he retired in 2002. Spike enjoyed gardening, fishing and loved to coffee and visit. His dry sense of humor and quick wit will be sadly missed.
Spike was predeceased by his parents, Sylvia and Ed Lust. He is survived by his wife Bev, daughter Carmon, son Dave (Monica) grandchildren, Jessica, Chad, Cameron and Courtney. Spike is also survived by his sister, Loretta (Jim) Patchett and numerous in-laws, nieces and nephews.
The family of Spike Lust would like to thank the homecare nurses for their help and support. Dr. Velthuysen for all his care. Special thanks to the staff at Clayton’s Funeral Home, also Bonnie and her staff for the wonderful tea. To all our family and friends, a BIG thank-you for all the food, flowers, love and support.
The Lust Family