- 86 years old
- Date of birth: Apr 30, 1924
- Date of passing: Jul 20, 2010
|Let the memory of Al be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our dad, Al Copeland who was born on April 30, 1924 and passed away on July 20, 2010. We will remember him forever.
Al was born April 30, 1924 to Roy and Leona Copeland, he was predeceased by both of his parents, his sister Lorraine, sister Dorothy, and his brother Grant.
Al is survived by his loving and caring wife Sherri her son Todd and their little dog Chloe.
Son Wayne(Linda) Copeland, and their children Stacey, Cameron(Vivian) and Kristina
Daughter Lori(Gino) Boszko, and their children Marty(Angie), Jordy, David, Richard and Lance(Courtney)
Daughter LaVerne (Gord) Nickel-Stenerson, and LaVerne's children Darren(Tara), Christina(Daylen), Michael(Catherine), and Rob
Son Wade Copeland
Son Patrick (Phyllis) Copeland
Daughter Linda(Wayne)Vipond and Linda's daughter Romy
Dad was also blessed with18 great grandchildren.(two more on the way) several nieces and nephews and was fondly known by many as "Captain Al" because of his love of boating and fishing. He will be remembered for his trademark hats and vests with the many pins attached and the collection of keys always attached to his waist. "We joked that he had the keys to most of the city". Dad was a man with a keen sense of humor and had jokes or sayings in almost all situations. He would answer a phone call with "fancy meeting you here" or tell me when asked how he was doing that he was "able to sit up and take nourishment". When I would say I would see him soon he would answer "the good lord willing and the creek don't rise". Dad loved animals and spoiled all of his pets and would have tea and toast with Chloe every morning before starting his day. Dad was a creative and talented man building and fixing things, collecting and cherishing his treasures. The apple never falls far from the tree as I know myself and some of my siblings have the same love of treasures and collecting. Dad was a kind man with a big heart and was known for his knowledge and insight into so many things. I'm sure his many friends and neighbours will miss his trademark laugh and smile, I know we sure will.
"I miss you everyday Dad"
"I know you are shooting pool with Gordon now, miss you both so much Dad."
"Dad, I will miss you always. You will forever be a light guiding my path as I go through life.
I love you!
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