Let the memory of Herman be with us forever.

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  • 72 years old
  • Born on April 1, 1939 in Prince George, British Columbia, Canada.
  • Passed away on March 4, 2012 in Chetwynd, British Columbia, Canada.

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Herman Banzer, 72, born on April 1, 1939 and passed away on March 4, 2012. We will remember him forever.

Herman passed away with his children at his side, Sunday March 4, 2012 after losing his battle with cancer. 

Herman was predeceased by his loving wife Sally Belle Banzer, His Father Marzell, Mother Maria, Brother Bruno, Nephew Les Pratt, Brothers-in-Law Colin, Dave & Ray Nichols and Niece Pauline McMillan.

He is survived by his Children David (Wendy), and Sharla, his grandchildren Melissa & Westley Lunge and Samantha & Victoria Andrews, and Desiree, Chantal, & Brandon Fournier, great grandchildren Avery Fournier, and Landon Mcneal, Sister Anita (Pat) Pratt, Brother Erick (Barb) Best Friend Rejeanne Fournier, Jinny (Derek) Bruno (Lorretta) and many nieces & nephews, family & friends.

A memorial service was held on Mar 24, 2012 at the Peace Christian School/SDA church (OldDokieSchool) at 3:00 pm. We had a short Convoy after the service and a luncheon followed at the Peace Christian School. 

In Lieu of flowers the family requests donations to be made on Herman’s behalf to the palliative care unit of the Chetwynd General Hospital.

Posted by Marina Laker on 2nd June 2016
My sincere sympathy on the occasion of Herman's death. Melissa and Westley Lunge were not his grandchildren, but I'm sure they held affection for him.
Posted by Jorlene Sawchuk on 17th December 2012
I Loved my Uncle Herman very much. I cried as I watched the photos. I will always treasure the time I spent with him in his last days.He was a great man. as a little girl I remember going to visit him and Aunty Sally in the summers and I remember at first i was terrified of him but then all was fine.I will miss him so much. so grateful for the part he had in my life.
Posted by Jane Doe on 12th March 2012
Hey Sis, I only met your dad once, but I remember very clearly his unique sense of humour, and how kind and interesting he was. Unfortunately I never had the chance to meet him again, but he was definately someone you don't forget. (and for all the good reasons!!!) I think you are VERY lucky to have had this person as your dad. He was an amazing person and will be remembered by many...
Posted by Keri O'Connor on 10th March 2012
Sharla, your daughters, and family are in my thoughts and prayers. May you find peace in knowing that you will see your father again when we are taken to our Forever Home-Love Keri, Phil, Connor, Ryliegh, Douglas, and Devin Parsons

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