Aldyne Manderson (née Webb)
With heavy hearts and happy memories, we announce the peaceful passing of Aldyne Manderson (née Webb) at age 82.
Aldyne is survived by her loving family, including daughters Lynda and Sandra (John), grandchildren Megan, Chelsea, Brendan, Kyle and Cody, great grandson Jackson; brothers Stan, Barrie (Louise) and Rick (Darlene), sisters Dorothy and Judy (Howard), and many caring nieces and nephews. She is predeceased by her parents Harold and Ivy Webb, and her brother Ivan.
Born in Mission BC in 1935, Aldyne moved with her family to Kamloops BC in 1945 when her parents bought the Kamloops Auto Court. She attended school at Lloyd George and graduated from Kamloops High School.
A hard-working entrepreneur and long-time member of the Kamloops business community, Aldyne first had a vending machine business, then the Karmel Corn store in Thompson Park Mall, and finally owned Coffee Break Services, which brought her smiling face into many Kamloops shops, businesses and offices. She was active in the community and was the parade marshal for the Kami Overlander Days Parade and marshal for the Santa Clause Parade for many years.
Thank you to everyone at the Grey Nuns Hospital for their help and care in her final weeks. A celebration of her life will be held at a later date in Kamloops (announcement to come). In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to diabetes, heart and stroke, or cancer research.
Sincere condolences to the family and friends of Aldyne. She was my neighbor for a number of years . I admired her love of life and her kindness to neighbours. Thoughts and prayers.
My sincerest condolences! I absolutely loved Aldyne’s free spirit. She was the most amazing lady, who adored her daughters and grandchildren. I will miss the evening conversations on her deck. She truly was one of my favourites.