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Heller, Irvin

January 1, 1970 — January 1, 1970

Passed away on June 18, 2012 at the age of 81. Survived by three sons: Dwayne (Jackie) of West Kelowna, Leslie (Margo) of Mission, BC, Christian (Heather) of Westbank, BC; four grandchildren: Katelyn, Kristen, Hannah and Chase; two sisters: Linda Taylor of Wetaskiwin, AB and Irene Leidenius (Onni) of Ponoka, AB. A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, July 6th at 1:00 pm at the Peachland Community Centre, 4450 -6th Street, Peachland, BC. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the BC Children’s Hospital, www.bcchf.ca .

Friday, July 6th at 1:00 pm

Peachland Community Centre

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Service Details

The service for Heller, Irvin is scheduled for Friday, July 6th at 1:00 pm . Below you will find the map for the service location and the contact information should you have any questions.

Address & Contact for Service Location:

Peachland Community Centre

4450 -6th Street Peachland, BC


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  • Jackie says:

    Thank you from the family

  • rich comer says:

    Dwayne, as time marches on and our memorys become distant, it’s nice to to remember the good. I remember your dad coaching ball with you behind the plate, some 35+years ago.

    R. Comer

  • Sue Cmolik says:

    Hey guys, it’s a tough time losing a parent. Especially one as special as your dad. I enjoyed all the years working on the minor ball committee in Peachland with your dad. Ironically, with the July long weekend coming up, I mentioned the other day that traditionally there would be one rainy day. How many years did the Bronco tourney get rained out for a day? We chatted over a beer too many times probably but I always enjoyed Irv’s positive attitude. He was a good man and certainly served his community beyond the call! All good memories. I’m sorry I can’t make the service.

    Sue Cmolik

  • Klaus Albrecht says:

    Irvin was my partner at work at the mill in Kelowna. He was one of the fellows that made hard work fun. His welding skills were amazing.
    My condolences, Klaus

  • Chris and Bev.Reiswig says:

    Chris,Heather and families: So very sorry for the loss of your Dad and Grandpa.Chris worked with Irvin in the mill many years ago.We always saw him at the ball fields in Peachland when Shannon was playing.Irvin will be missed.Our deepest sympathy to all.The Reiswig family

  • Warwicks says:

    Very sorry to hear of the loss ofyour dad and grandpa. We worked as coaches when we arrived in Peachland in the early 90’s. We and all the kids and families will now be remembering his support and help as President of the Minor Ball Association. We always knew our backs were covered if there were any problems. Our deepest sypmathy to all the family.

    Glenn, Jean and Leanne Warwick

  • Chris' mother in law, Carolyn says:

    Tomorrow will be a very special day for all the Heller families. We know Irvin held his grand-children in high regard; he did love to watch baseball particularly the “Viking” games and was never short of advice for the umps! My sincere condolences to all the family tomorrow and kindest regards, Carolyn

  • Warren and Barbara says:

    We never go to a ball game without thinking of Irvin. He was dedicated to promoting the youth ball teams, which we all benefited from. Irvin was “Mr. Peachland Minor Ball”.

    He was a great guy, a good friend and he will be missed.

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

  • Ron Reiter says:

    We will all miss Irvin – his smile and quiet manner. I always admired his work/dedication with minor ball. When Irvin put on a tournament it was well run.

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