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CMSD82 News Release – Evangeline Maitland Passing, CMSD82 Employee  (PDF Format)

 

It is with heartfelt sadness that we share the passing of school district employee, Evangeline (Evie) Maitland on March 13, 2017 following a courageous battle with cancer.

A long-term employee, Evie held a teaching position at New Hazelton Elementary School at her passing, a position she assumed in September 2013.

Evie joined the school district in September 1997 assuming a teaching position at South Hazelton Elementary School. Her first assignment was teaching a Grade 1-2 Class. Throughout her years with Coast Mountains School District, Evie held various teaching positions at our schools in the Hazeltons including Majagaleehl Gali Aks Elementary, New Hazelton Elementary and Hazelton Secondary Schools.

Evie was much loved by her students and school faculties. Her leadership, inspiration, motivation and generous personal efforts contributed significantly to student achievement and success in the Hazeltons.

Our deepest condolences and prayers are extended to Evie’s family. Their sadness and loss is shared by her many friends and colleagues within the Hazelton communities and the school district family.

We also share a touching farewell celebrating Evie’s life written by Dr. Jane Smith, a Teacher at our Majagaleehl Gali Aks Elementary School … to view, please access the following link:

Evangeline Maitland Farewell – March 13, 2017

Evie will be dearly missed by all, especially by those people who had the privilege to know her personally.

 

 

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