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Donald Auger

Donald Auger

Wednesday, September 20th, 1933 Sunday, April 5th, 2020

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Obituary

Obituary for Donald Edmond "Don" Auger

Donald Edmond Auger
September 20,1933 – April 5, 2020

Pop passed away peacefully in his sleep on April 5, 2020. He was born in Gravelbourg, Saskatchewan to Edmond (d.1966) and Irene Auger (d.1992), his immediate family included Aime Auger (d.), Armand Auger (d.), Juliette Arnold (d.), Germaine Yoneda, Leon Auger, Clarella Bearss, Deanna Graff (d.), George Auger, Dale Gaumond, Marie Hook, Linda Miller, Leah Nogue. He left behind Renee (Leblanc) his wife of 65 years, their four boys Andre (Mary Anne), Chris, Vince (Barb) and Allan (Marci), grandchildren Meagan, Matthew, Kalum, Kole and 3 great grandchildren Kyle, Zane and Addison.

Pop was a farmer and a contractor until he moved to Sparwood, BC in 1970 where he worked at a newly started coal mine in various positions. He took early retirement in 1982 and after spending a month in California that winter he knew what he wanted to do. Our parents started spending their lives as snowbirds in Thousand Palms, California. During the summer, they lived in Brooks, Alberta until moving to Nanaimo, BC in 1990. He loved working as a handyman in both Nanaimo and at his home in California. When he turned 75 he decided to hang up his hammer and his little teapot for good. He enjoyed building furniture as a hobby and his kids all have pieces that he lovingly built for them. In his last years he had lots of family around to keep him occupied playing cards and keeping him amused.

We all loved him and will greatly miss him.

There will be a private family service later in the year.

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LEN NYLAND

Our condolences to you Andre for the loss of your father- thinking of you during this sad time - Len , CAROLYN NYLAND
Comment | Posted at 09:45pm via Condolence
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Martin Bouvier

Sorry to hear about Don. He was a good friend of my parents. Our thoughts are with the Auger family.
Comment | Posted at 08:30pm via Condolence

Carrie Bearss

Deepest sympathy to Renee and family. You all are in our thoughts and prayers. Donald will be forever missing. much love Clarella and family.
Comment | Posted at 08:57pm via Condolence
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Cathy Renkas

Renée and family,
So sorry to hear of Donald’s passing. I will always fondly remember the fun times we had at your home in Tri Palms.
My sincere condolences,
Cathy Renkas (Mary Anne’s sister)
Comment | Posted at 06:53pm via Condolence
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Roland LeBlanc

Sending our deepest & most heartfelt sympathy to you Renee & your beautiful family! Fond memories of Donald will always be in our hearts as he always had a way to make us smile as we enjoyed his entertaining personality! God bless & comfort you all during this time. Much love , Roland & Terry ❤
Comment | Posted at 05:49pm via Condolence
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