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District Hospital. In 1984 she decided to stay home with the children and worked part-time at Earley's Pharmacy in Erickson. In later years she worked at the Minnedosa Pharmacy. She played an active roll over the years on Parent Advisory Councils to the Schools and served a term as an Erickson Credit Union Board member.

PETERSON, KNUT AND ESTHER (SKOGLUND)

Esther and Knut with Barbara, age 7, and Linda, age 4

Knut and Esther were married February 18, 1920.

They had four children.

Gunnar Walfrid was boru November 26, 1920. After retiring from Whonnock Lumber, he returued to Erickson, living there until the spring of 1998. He passed away in Minnedosa on July 7, 1998. His ashes are buried in the Scandinavia Cemetery.

Elvera Christina was boru March 1, 1925 and passed away in March 1945.

Lloyd Arthur was boru January 25, 1930. He also passed away in March 1945. Lloyd and Elvera are both buried in Erickson Cemetery.

Dorothy and Earl Peterson

Earl Clifford was boru September 9, 1932. He moved to Maple Ridge, BC in November 1955. He married Dorothy Blaeser on June 15, 1957. They have two chil­ dren: Barbara Jean and Linda Marie. Earl and Dorothy are both now retired. Over the years they have enjoyed many exciting trips, and look forward to many more. They also enjoy spending time with family and friends. Their four grandsons have certainly inherited the 'Skoglund genes' - they are all six feet tall and over!!

Left to right: Chris, Joe, Steve, Barb and Nick

Barbara Joan Peterson was boru July 5, 1958. She received her education in Maple Ridge, Be. She married Joseph Daigle on April 29, 1978 and they live in Quesnel, Be. Joe is currently the Volunteer Fire Chief at 10 Mile Lake, Quesnel, BC. They have three children: Steven Joseph Earl, Christopher Lloyd and Nicholas Anthony. Steven Joseph Earl Daigle was boru July 30, 1979 in Maple Ridge, Be. He received his education in Quesnel and grad­ uated in June 1997. He now lives and works in Maple Ridge and enjoys snowboarding and other outdoor activ­ ities. Christopher Lloyd Daigle was boru December 17, 1981 in Quesnel. He received his education in Quesnel and will graduate in June 2000. He plans to continue his educa­ tion. He enjoys cross-country running, works part-time and is a volunteer fireman, Nicholas Anthony Daigle was boru January 9, 1985 in Quesnel. He is currently in grade nine at Quesnel Secondary School and is very involved playing basketball and football.

Aimee, Linda, Mark and Matt

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