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Alan Wallace Webster

August 15, 1923 - February 12, 2013

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An extraordinary human being left us in the early morning hours of February 12, 2013 to continue his journey in this universe in another dimension.                                                                                                  

Alan was blessed in many ways.  he was raised in Lillooet by beautiful for their time, very forward parents.

Alan had a very successful career as a civil  engineer playing a major part on large construction sites all over North America.  His work was an integral part of his life.  Locally he worked on several projects, one of them the Skookumchuck pulp mill.  He was there employed by H.A. Simons Engineering.  He also worked as consultant for several other companies.

Alan was allowed to experience great love three times in his life.  His first wife Lillian and second wife Nina, both extraordinary people he accompanied in the last minutes of their lives in this world.  His last love was there when he passed through the veil and had to say good bye to him.

Alan full lived his life in the higher vibration of love.  He quietly helped people; he was kind, courteous, generous, honest, hardworking and sincere.  He understood that love is the highest vibration in the universe and the only way to really live a successful life is to live it on a high vibrational level.

He did his part to help this world to be a better place and the best we can do to honour Alan is to practice love as a way of life, exercising courtesy, kindness, and help this planet in its transition into a better world, to a higher vibration.

At Alan's request, there will be no funeral service.  Memorial donations in his memory may be made to the Kootenay Heritage Wildlife Fund, Box 100, Kimberley, BC  V1A 5Y4, any group who is fighting the building or expansion of pipelines to the coast of BC to help preserve the beautiful coast and our pristine land, or any charity of your c

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From: Mark Memorial Funeral Services Staff

Mark Memorial Funeral Services Staff send our condolences to family and friends. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

From: Allen Jenkins
Relation: Friend / Co-worker

I worked with Alan at Skookumchuck in 1976 – 1977. He was an extraordinary person and a realistic engineer. We stayed in touch over the years, but I regret not sitting down with him more often.

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