In Memory

In memory of Coquitlam SAR members who have passed away, for their contributions to the team, and Search and Rescue.

Flynn Lamont, 1956 – 2015

Flynn Lamont with dogs Barkley and CooperFlynn Lamont passed away in October 2015 from pancreatic cancer. Flynn was a fire fighter with Vancouver Fire Rescue, a member of Vancouver’s Heavy Urban SAR team, an accomplished dog handler and a valued member of Coquitlam Search and Rescue. Flynn dedicated his life to helping others in needs, responding to assist after 9/11, and Hurricane Katrina among others.

Read more about Flynn and his life here.

Roland Webb, 1975 – 2013

rollieRollie died suddenly in a pedestrian accident in Anmore in 2013. Rollie was an active member of the team, participating in almost every aspect of SAR including field work, committee work, advanced medical, and pre-planning. He was a devoted father, and BC Ambulance Paramedic. He trained SAR and members of the military, including RCAF SAR Techs.

Read more about Rollie and what he means to the team here.

Lorne Clare, 1930 – 2010

000317966_20100401_1Judge Lorne Patterson Clare was an early member of Coquitlam Search and Rescue, and was instrumental in formalizing the society as a charity, as well as an active field member. He enjoyed boat operations, and handling communications. He is fondly remembered by several current members of the team as having recruited them, and for his community mindedness, and desire to “give back”.

His obituary is listed here.

David Timewell, 1956 – 1992

10806187_10152899928888766_2450416466327552808_nDave Timewell was a very active member of the team. The Timewell family have been staunch supporters of Coquitlam SAR for many years, consistently donating money to assist us. The Timewell Hut on Burke Mountain is named in his honour.