Pouce Coupe Mayor Larry Fynn passes away

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Fort St. John City Councillor Bruce Christensen, who worked with Fynn on the Peace River Regional District, and Acting Mayor Dan Davies send their condolences on the City’s behalf. 

 “Our heart goes out to the family,” says Christensen. “He was a very good member of the Regional District. I will certainly miss his input. He was a very deep thinker and a very thoughtful thinker and he’ll be missed. The community will miss him.” 

“He did a lot for Pouce Coupe,” adds Davies. ‘His heart was in Pouce Coupe.” 

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Fynn and his wife moved to Pouce Coupe in 2007, where he subsequently served as councillor until elected mayor in 2011. He lived in the Peace his whole life. 

In lieu of flowers, his family has requested donations be made towards a speed reader sign for Pouce Coupe Elementary. Donations can be sent to the Village of Pouce Coupe. 

Moose FM and Energeticcity.ca send their condolences to the Fynn family and the Village of Pouce Coupe.

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