Allen Healy

Allen Healy

Allen Bert Healy

July 20th, 1954 – July 7th, 2014

Missing and presumed…

… presumed, …presumed to be causing Cosmic Mischief and Cosmic Joy on the other side of THE SPIRITUAL CURTAIN. That’s what’s presumed.

On July 7th, Allen Healy and Mike Murphy, best friends for more than 40 years, got off work early from the Mica Creek Power Dam, where they were Industrial Electrical Contractors for BC Hydro. They played a round of golf, had a BBQ, and went fishing on Kinbasket Lake, about 6 p.m. When they had not returned to camp by 11:30 the security officer raised the alarm and a search was initiated by the RCMP at 4:30 a.m. the next morning. Search and Rescue boats and helicopters searched for a week, and then went to Search and Recovery. But no recovery was to take place. On July 18th the search was called off. Kinbasket Lake will be their grave, but not their destiny.

Mind is an energy system and energy can neither be created nor destroyed. (In physics, the law of conservation of energy states that energy can be neither created nor destroyed, but is TRANSMUTED, changes form.) The mind system that is you, or me, or Allen, goes on after the body ceases to function. The driver has left the vehicle but the mind/soul has picked up a lighter one for the next adventure ahead. So it is with Al.

Al, will be greatly missed by those he leaves behind, and by those whose lives he touched; which were many. He is survived by his wife, Dawn Marie Huff and his two children and their spouses: daughter, Candice Doyle (Bob), of Calgary; step-son Nathan Healy (Sarah) of Surrey, B.C. He is also survived by his 6 grandchildren and 12 nephews and nieces. He will be greatly missed by his two remaining brothers and their families, Roy Healy (Stephanie), Dave Healy (Sylvia Feldmann) of Invermere.

A celebration of life memorial is planned for Saturday, September 13th, (2-4 p.m.) at Roy and Stephanie Healy’s home in Invermere. (R.S.V.P.) In lieu of flowers, his family requests that donations be made to the Revelstoke RCMP Search and Rescue Team in Allen Healy’s name.

“If your time is up, then your time is up. But, what a great way to go:

Golf, BBQ, fishing, with your best friend. Sail on oh brother. See you on the other side. Check out the fishing holes for when I get there.” (wink)

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