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MAZUR, Leonard

Passed away peacefully at home with family by his side on Thursday, May 24, 2018 at the age of 64.  Survived by his loving wife Laurie of 35 years; daughter Theresa Carter and family of Burnaby; son Steffen (Ashley) both of Kelowna; granddaughter Aryia; his mother Lena of Kelowna, predeceased by his father Peter, sister Sandy Luciow of Grande Prairie, step-brother Wayne of Kelowna.

Len began his working career with Canada Post in Burnaby in 1974.

In 1989 he moved his family to Kelowna. Len and Laurie became actively involved with Rutland Minor Baseball, when as a youngster Steffen started to play ball.  Len was his coach and Laurie fundraised for the team.

Len was especially proud that Steffen continues to play ball, umpires games and is now teaching his daughter Aryia “to swing a bat.”

Over the years Len enjoyed fishing and camping with family and friends and winter getaways to sunny destinations.

“He Never Met An Ear He Didn’t Like.”

Celebration of Life at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Sindi Ahluwalia Hawkins Centre for the Southern Interior, 399 Royal Ave., Kelowna, BC V1Y 5L3.

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  • SusanJ Gerrard says:

    My condolences to your family. Rest In Peace Len. Thank you for the gift of our daughter Theresa Carter.

  • Scott Barratt says:

    I hadn’t seen Len since the 80s but always though he was a great guy back in high school and he was always a lot of fun and so easy to connect with! It sounds like he had the kind of life that he deserved! Our condolences go out to Laurie and everyone in the family! RIP Len

  • Louise Roberts says:

    Long ago I attended school with Len. My sympathy, as you grieve the loss of your partner, father, grandfather and friend.

  • David Merchant says:

    I only spent time with Len for one summer back in 2005 when Len, Laurie, and Steffen were my host family when playing for the Kelowna Falcons. I remember a man who always put others needs before his own and I looked up to him as a role model. Len was always fun loving with a quick wit. He will be missed!

  • Robert Maxted says:

    memories, may they fill your minds ,warm your hearts,and led you through…

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