Walter Lyn Price February 20, 1927 - April 14, 2012 It is with great sadness that Lyn's family announces his passing on April 14, 2012 at Regina General Hospital. Lyn is survived by his wife of 62 years, Mary; his daughter, Marilyn (Keith) Jones of Blind Bay, B.C; his son, David (Laureen), Estevan; granddaughter, Taunia (Aaron) Turnbull, Estevan; grandson, Tyson Price, Estevan; step-grandsons, Shane (Marcia) Jones and their children Taylor and Hunter, Edmonton, Alta.; and Troy (Melissa) Jones, Brampton, Ont.; one brother, Rev. Desmond Price, Wales; one sister, Valerie Brent, Wales; sister-in-law, Jeanne Perry, Estevan; brother-in-law, Bill Phillips, Wales; and numerous nieces and nephews in Canada and Wales. Lyn was predeceased by his parents, Catherine and Thomas Price; parents-in-law, David and Alice Phillips; three brothers and five sisters. Lyn was born in Abercrave, Wales and was educated at Abercrave Primary School and Maesydderwen Grammar School, Ystradgynlais. On March 25, 1950 Lyn married Mary Phillips of Ystradgynlais and they had two children, Marilyn in 1953 and David in 1962. Lyn worked for the South Wales Electricity Board until he came with his wife and children to live in Canada. In Estevan, he worked as a journeyman electrician for Byers Electric, Homco Industries, and M&S Mines. Lyn had several serious medical conditions, with heart, lungs and kidneys, but he never let his medical problems interfere with what he wanted to do. He said that there was "being alive" and then there was LIVING. He chose to live his life and he did it well. Lyn loved to travel and he and Mary travelled extensively to many parts of the world and spent several winters in Palm Springs, Calif., and as recently as February 2012 spent a month in Palm Springs. Lyn was a modest man who loved people and had a great sense of humour. He was always willing to do whatever he could for anyone, and spent a lot of "phoning time" helping with church work. In keeping with this, he donated his body to research. A Celebration of Lyn's life was held on April 18 at St. Giles Anglican Church with the Very Reverend Michael Sinclair officiating. Friends may, if they so wish, make a donation to St. Giles Anglican Church Building Fund in Lyn's Memory, a project that was near and dear to his heart. Thank You Lyn's Family wish to express thanks to all those who supported us in any way, with meals, flowers, cards, phone calls, e-mails and visits. We also want to express our gratitude to Dr Grobler, and the nursing staff of St Joseph's Hospital, Estevan; the Cardiologists, Neurologists, the Palliative Care Doctor and the nurses on CSU and the Coronary Care unit F3, Regina General Hospital for the wonderful care provided to Lyn in his last days, and the compassion shown to the family at a difficult time. Heartfelt thanks to the Anglican priests who took time to visit with Lyn at Regina General - it made us very thankful that we belong to a church family. Thank you to the Ladies of St. Giles who provided a lovely lunch. Thank you to Hall Funeral Services for their professionalism and sincerity, and to Dustin for his beautiful rendition of "Lord of the Dance." We wrote his name in the sand ... but the waves washed it away We wrote his name in the sky ... but the wind blew it away We wrote his name in our hearts ... and forever it will stay.