In Memory Of


Richard Granville Game

Sep 20, 1935 - Feb 7, 2020


  As per Richard’s wishes no service will be held


Donations in Richard’s name may be made to the Alzheimer’s Society Of Canada.


Game, Richard


Richard Granville Game passed away at Rocky Mountain House Alberta February 7, 2020.

Richard was born on September 20, 1935 in Winnipeg, Manitoba; he was the son of Violet and Albert Game and brother to Joan Hoole.

Richard married Elizabeth Anne O’Donnell and they had four children: Richard, Brian, Susan and Kathleen.

Richard was a husband, a father and an avid outdoorsman. He was educated at the University of Manitoba and held a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering and a Master’s Degree in Community Planning. He worked in Edmonton, Alberta in the City Planning Department and as City Planning Manager in Kamloops, BC where he raised his family.

He is lovingly remembered by his children and their families: Richard and Moira Game, Richard Marshall Game, Cher Wood Game, Brian and Connie Game, Shannon Game, Morgan Game, Susan Game, Sheylan Mora Game, Kianna Mora Game and Kathleen Game.

Richard was predeceased by his wife Elizabeth July 6, 2017.

He will be dearly missed.

As per Richard’s wishes no service will be held. Cremation entrusted to Rocky Mountain Crematorium, Rocky Mountain House, AB.

Donations in Richard’s name may be made to the Alzheimer’s Society Of Canada.


Arnie & Linda Lowe:

We wish to offer our sincerest condolences on the passing of Dick Game.

Dick & Anne were our neighbours from 1993 until they moved to the Shores retirement home. Dick had many interesting stories to share and we had many enjoyable conversations together, either on his front steps or at our house. His many stories included while driving his VW Bug car, a wind gust picked up the car and set it down in the opposite lane. He loved his Dodge Dart which he drove many, many miles while working around the province. He was very meticulous in caring for that car. He also shared the story of seeing the Avro Arrow while he was serving in the Air Force.

He shared his passion of gardening with Linda and his passion of bird watching with me. He loved the rare Gingko trees in his back yard and had very beautiful flowerbeds. He often brought Liver sausage to our Cocker Spaniel, Clyde and one time Clyde walked through the front door into the Games' house into the kitchen to see if Anne might have a treat.

I enjoyed riding our bikes along Schubert drive in Kamloops on warm Spring and Summer days. I enjoyed having an occasional beer with him. I remember he cried when watching the news and saw the damage in his home province of Manitoba when it was severely affected by floods.
Dick also shared a few stories from around the Seton Place cul de sac from the "old days" and we shared quite a few laughs.

Mr. Game was a fine neighbour and we were fortunate to know him and fondly remember him.

Thank you.

Arnie and Linda Lowe

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