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Celebration of life for late Nanaimo citizen

A celebration of Jack Patten’s life will be held on Sunday (Feb. 3), at the Nanaimo Armoury, on Nanaimo Lakes Road, starting at 2 p.m.

Patten, an aide-de-camp to lieutenant-governors and officer of St. John Ambulance, died Jan. 20 of cancer.

Former lieutenant-governors are expected to attend along with dignitaries from government, St. John Ambulance and the military.

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