Paul STALLNECHT

STALLNECHT, Paul Norman. It is with great sadness that we announce the loss of Paul Norman (Norm) Stallnecht; husband, father, brother, and granddad, on July 13, 2013 at the age of 78.

He leaves behind his loving wife Shirley, daughter Hollie (Sault), son Darren Stallnecht (Otelia), grandchildren Nicholas Sault, Meghan (Alex) Reid, and Charlotte Sault, all of Kelowna, BC. He is also survived by his brother, Robert Stallnecht, of Prince George, BC. Born in Edmonton, Alberta on May 23, 1935, Norm attended a number of schools in Alberta before moving west, where he met Shirley in Princeton, BC. They married in 1955 and lived in Copper Mountain, where he worked at the mine until June of 1957, when they re-located to Hope, and Norm worked at the Giant Mascot Mine. In 1961 he started his own business, Norshirl Electrical Services, which was his livelihood until his retirement.

Throughout his entire adult life, Norm served his community as a committed Freemason and was active in many concordant bodies; the Gizeh Shriners of British Columbia, among them. He will be missed by his Family, Friends, and the Brothers. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory to either of the following would be very meaningful, as both were dear to his heart: the Masonic Community Charities Cancer Car Project, or the Shriner’s Children’s Hospital. Condolences may be sent to chapelofhope@martinbros.info


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