Henry Frank Zamis

November 26, 1918 ~ July 9, 2012

Henry Frank Zamis was born in Hillcrest, Alberta and died at Parkview Place in Enderby, BC. The family moved to Chicago, Illinois, USA in 1919 and then moved to the Trinity Creek area of BC, Canada in 1921. Henry lived on the family farm until moving to Enderby, BC in 2000. Henry was a farmer, a logger, a scaler, a talented wood and metal worker, a BC Forest Service employee and a World War II veteran serving in England, Belgium, Holland and Germany. Henry was predeceased by his parents, Antonin and Fransiscka Zamis and his siblings Antonin “Tom” James, Marie Fast, Bozena “Bessie” Miska, Charles Zamis, Helen Georgia “Georgie” Robertson, Libuse “Lillian” Schute, and Frank Zamis. Henry is survived by his sister-in-law Evelyn (Charles) Zamis and nieces and nephews; Laurel (Jim) Forshaw, Frank (Maurya) Miska, Melvin (Carol) Zamis, Esther (Bob) Folley, Linda (Jack) Hooley, Jim Miska, Helen (Steve) Robertson, Eric (Betsy) James, Brian (Jo) Robertson, Phyllis Robertson and numerous great-nieces and nephews. Special thank you’s to the staff at Parkview Place, Oakside Manor, and Dr. Annan. A Celebration of Henry’s life will be held at noon on Sunday, October 7th, 2012 at the Cliffside Cemetery, Enderby, BC. Expressions of sympathy may be forwarded to the family at


Cremation arrangements entrusted to


Armstrong 250-546-7237 & Vernon 250-558-0866

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