BESTER HenryPosted: January 11th, 2016
Henry (Hank) James Bester passed away peacefully at Vista Village in Pincher Creek on December 27th 2015 at the age of 87 years.
He is survived by a sister Bea (Ralph) Rhea of Pincher Creek and seven children, Jim (Carolyn) of Hillspring, Calvin (Darlene) of Prince George, Debbie (Ron) Gauthier of Kimberley BC, Larry (Susan) of Hillspring, Randy of Crowsnest Pass, Sandra (Tom) Rupprecht of Okotoks, and Sherry (Troy) Nelson of Lacombe.
Henry was born on Nov 5th, 1928 in Fort Macleod and was raised along the Waterton River in the Ewelme District where he worked on the family farm. He took training at SAIT in mechanics and was a carpenter off the farm. He was an avid boxer, fisherman, and hunter. Henry and his family left the farm in 1961. He went on to supervise construction of many bridges and building projects throughout Alberta and the interior of British Columbia. Henry retired working for the BC provincial government as a bridge inspector.
At Henry’s request there will be no funeral service.