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Elinor Hudon

Elinor Elaine Hudon

Tuesday, June 29th, 1948 - Friday, July 19th, 2019
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Born in Saskatoon to William and Dorothy Macklon nee DeLaunay, 11th generation to Pierre DeLaunay who arrived in Canada in 1624. First of 7 and pre-deceased by Edward in 1953 and father in 1992 and mother in 2002. Survived by 4 brothers and one sister, numerous nieces and nephews and Frank, her husband of 49 years 11 months and 19 days. She spent 33 years at BCIT most of that in the staff society and fought many causes. A special thank you to Rosemarie her best friend for the help and assistance since she became blind in 2012, also the support and friendship of the “Galiano Girls”. The family would also like to thank the St. Paul’s palliative care unit for stabilizing her and getting her able to go home, also Dr. A Javed, Dr. Eric Brisco (ret.), Dr. A. Avanessian Onc LGH, Dr A. Johner and the Coastal Health MAiD team who actually stopped the pain and the panic attacks. Her ashes to be sprinkled in Saskatchewan at a later date. No service at her request.
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Marnie

Posted at 06:39pm
I just wanted to extend my condolences in regards to Elinor Hudon. I had the honour of working with Elinor at BCIT for nearly 10 years. I worked in the HR department and Elinor for the FSA. We solved many problems together. Elinor always gave me a little Christmas gift each year – I still have a small bag she gave me. I’ve treasured it for many many years as a reminder of the positive impact of working in cooperation with the Union. It was a valuable lesson that I learned from Elinor.

There is nobody like Elinor – she was a gem of a person to work with. I am so very sorry for your loss.

Kind Regards,

Marnie Wright
Associate Vice President Human Resources
University of the Fraser Valley

John Oliver

Posted at 03:49pm
I first met Elinor in the summer of 1963. She was 14, I was 15. We were both with our families heading down under, for a new life in Australia. After that trip, jump ahead 46 years to BCIT, where we both worked and eventually figured out why we seemed familiar. Small world, what a coincidence! We compared photos from relatives and friends on the dock at New Westminster, BC, back in '63, as the passenger-freighter the Lakemba pulled out to sea. It's so sad to hear of Elinor's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and with Elinor, one of the finest people anyone could know.

John H. Oliver
Agassiz, BC
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Brian Antonson

Posted at 05:09pm
I'm surprised and shocked to read of Elinor's passing. We worked together over many 'issues' over many years at BCIT, Elinor on the Union side of the table, me on the management side. When Elinor was in the room, an abundance of logic and common sense were there, too. We shared a mutual admiration and respect, and I enjoyed working with her very much. She was 'much admired' across the campus for decades. My condolences to family and friends, and also to her Union colleagues and faculty members who she represented and supported firmly, honestly, compassionately, and with that ever-present common sense. Brian Antonson, retired associate dean of BCIT Broadcast and Media Communications.
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Fred Dallyn

Posted at 04:19pm
Frank I am so sorry to hear of Elinor's passing . I am glad I got to see you both at Safeways earlier this year . Please call when you are ready . Fred .
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