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CONTRIBUTION · 10th August 2010
Rosswood Community Association
Wilf Geier died peacefully at home on August 6 2010.

Wilf was born in Cranbrook in 1953, then moved with his family to Duncan in 1968.
After leaving school in 1971, Wilf came to Terrace and worked as a logger.

In June of 1977, a vehicle accident left him a quadraplegic. In 1983 he opened the Rosswood General Store and remained the propietor until his death.

The family asks that donations be made to the paraplegic society in lieu of flowers.

Celebration of Life Service for Wilf Geier on Saturday Aug 14, 2 pm, potluck and music.
So Sorry
Comment by Jim and Ann on 14th August 2010
Our sincerest condolences to Wilfs family. Walking through the Rosswood store door's and being greeted by Wilfs smile, warm and easy manner was a staple in that store. It was like coming home. Great coffee and bannock. He will be sadley missed.
Comment by Anita on 11th August 2010
Thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time...we will miss seeing your smiles every week...may you rest in peace...
We knew him as Willie...
Comment by Nisga'a Patron on 11th August 2010
Sincerest Condolences to Wilf's Family our prayers are with you... Willie will be missed by many in the Nass that stopped by to chat, have coffee, n' buy snacks for the road... His patronage n' generosity was so welcoming when you walked into his store
Comment by maxwell on 11th August 2010
he was a great freind
A great man
Comment by K. Dediluke on 11th August 2010
"Uncle" Wilf will be missed by all. From family to extended family, to truckers who travelled through Rosswood and made a stop at the Rosswood General store to grab a coffee and have a visit. He was a great man who showed amazing determination since his accident and greated all with a smile. He will be missed.
Sincere Condolances~
Comment by Carol Fielding on 11th August 2010
I wish to express my deepest sympathy to Wilf's family on their loss.
This will be a big loss to the Rosswood community, his store is the anchor for that community and his presence in the store will be missed.