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NAGY, Imre (Jim)

January 1, 1970 — January 1, 1970

Imre Nagy, age 62, of Kelowna, BC was taken suddenly on September 26, 2015.  He was born in Hungary, November 30, 1952 and immigrated to Canada with his family. Imre was a devoted Christian man who loved the Lord.  He was a good father, brother, grandfather, uncle and friend. He will be greatly missed by his daughters Esther & Andrea and their mom Glenda, brothers Paul & Leslie and Grandson, and all his Nephews and Nieces. A Funeral Service will be held at Kelowna Seventh Day Adventist Church, located 1130 Springfield Rd, on October 6, 2015 at 11:00 am. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. Jim was passionate about raising funds for the Canadian Cancer Society for many years. www.cancer.ca

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Tuesdsay, October 6, 2015 at 11:00 am

Kelowna Seventh Day Adventist Church

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Canadian Cancer Society, 202 – 1835 Gordon Drive, Kelowna, BC V1Y 3H5 Link: www.cancer.ca


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The service for NAGY, Imre (Jim) is scheduled for Tuesdsay, October 6, 2015 at 11:00 am. Below you will find the map for the service location and the contact information should you have any questions.

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Kelowna Seventh Day Adventist Church

1130 Springfield Road Kelowna, BC


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  • Flora Curtis says:

    My condolences on the loss of your father. I have very few photos of Jim and hope that I’ll be able to post.

  • Larry Stephen (Istvan) Bõthe says:

    So sorry to hear of Jim’s sudden passing. He was my Hungarian friend at Kingsway College back in the 1970s and taught me more about my paternal Hungarian culture. Thankfully, soon the Great Morning comes…

  • Flora Curtis says:

    Photo of my classmate 1973/1974

  • Flora Curtis says:

    A Sabbath outing to Belle Island, Michigan.

  • Jan Robinson (Waters) says:

    So sorry to hear of Jim’s passing. I knew him for a couple of years at KC, he was a part of our group of friends and a very sweet person. Condolences to his family. The promise of a new life is a wonderful reassurance.

  • Dianna & Steve Charron says:

    To Glenda, Andrea and Esther. Steve and I just want to say how sorry we are to hear of your loss. Loosing Jim so suddenly is heart rending. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  • Lee PUAN Tan says:

    In your time of deep sorrow and grieving, may our God of all comfort give you special grace to match the depth of your sorrow.

  • Richard Dahle says:

    Glenda, Andrea and Esther. So very sorry to hear of Jim’s sudden passing. He was a wonderful man, and will be truly missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
    Kelowna Capital News Gang

  • Jay Thomson says:

    Jim Nagy was my friend for 20 years. He was a godly man who never drank, smoked, swore or lost his temper. He had challenges in this sinful world as we all have but he was a great guy. To his immediate and extended family I can truly say from me and Jim’s tennis buddies, we will miss and never forget him. I took a picture of Jim last week with his hat on. It simply said HALOS. How fitting.

  • Pat Munro says:

    Dear Imre’s family….daughters Esther and Andrea and wife Glenda…as a commuter cyclist like Imre I was suddened by Imre’s fatal accident in September. My partner Peter Chataway and I first met Imre years ago when you daughters were girls being pushed in grocery carts while your dad delivered papers. When I cycled by your home at Lindahl and McInnes I would be appreciative at the huge stack of papers that Imre would so faithfully deliver. Imre also liked a good discussion about city issues and many enjoyable talks were had when he lived near Mill Creek (I live near the hospital). Our neighbourhood association (KSAN) has also remembered Imre at our October meeting as he was a director and would appear before City Council on KSAN’s behalf. We have not seen Imre for years but will remember him fondly as a kind and thoughtful man. We hope this finds your family coping with your recent loss. Pat Munro and Peter Chataway

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