Peacefully, March 20, 2002. Survived by her loving husband Jack, her son Dan (Ida) Wickham, 7 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren and her constant companion Demi.
Inez appreciated the sight of a glorious sunset especially while sitting on a desolate beach with a crackling fire, a plate of oysters on the shell, and a glass of fine wine in her hand. She was a lover of Nature and enjoyed the beauty of her feathered friends. Inez was passionate about her flowers she grew in her secluded backyard and loved to admire them while encompassed in her chaise lounge sipping a cup of her famous tea and reading a good book. She and Jack put many, many miles on their camper and boat, poking into every beaches nook and cranny they came across, whether on the Island, through the Chilcotin, the Interior, or the Rocky Mountains. She truly felt that “Youth was not a Time of Life but rather a State of Mind. Nobody grows Old merely by Living a Number of Years; People grow Old only by Deserting their Ideas.”
At Inez’s request, there will be no service, rather she would have liked everyone to raise a glass of spirits in her memory.