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Beaufort Range
Big Interior Mtn
Big Interior Mtn 1913
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Bolton Expedition 1896
Cliffe Glacier
Clinton Wood
Comox Glacier
Comox Glacier 1922
Comox Glacier 1925
Comstock Mtn
Conuma Peak
Copper King Mine
Crown Mtn
Elkhorn 1912
Elkhorn 1949
Elkhorn 1968
Eugene Croteau
Golden Bullets
Golden Hinde 1913/14
Golden Hinde 1937
Golden Hinde 1983
Harry Winstone Tragedy
Jack Mitchell
Jim Mitchell Tragedy
John Buttle
Judges Route
Koksilah's Silver Mine
Landslide Lake
Mackenzie Range
Malaspina Peak
Mariner Mtn
Marjories Load
Matchlee Mountain
Mount McQuillan
Mt. Albert Edward
Mt. Albert Edward 1927
Mt. Albert Edward 1938
Mt. Becher
Mt. Benson 1913
Mt. Benson
Mt. Doogie Dowler
Mt. Colonel Foster
Mt. Hayes/Thistle Claim
Mt. Maxwell
Mt. Sicker
Mt. Tzouhalem
Mt. Whymper
Muqin/Brooks Peninsula
Nine Peaks
Ralph Rosseau 1947
Rosseau Chalet
Ralph Rosseau Tragedy
Rambler Peak
Red Pillar
Rex Gibson Tragedy
Sid's Cabin
Steamboat Mtn
Strathcona Park 1980's
The Misthorns
The Unwild Side
Victoria Peak
Waterloo Mountain 1865
Wheaton Hut/Marble Meadows
William DeVoe
Woss Lake
You Creek Mine
Zeballos Peak

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Mt. Roraima
Nevada Alpamayo
Nevada del Tolima
Nevado de Toluca
Pico Bolivar
Uluru/Ayers Rock
Volcan Purace
Volcan San Jose

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Dudley Dendle Godfrey

1909 - 2002

Dudley Godfrey was born in London, England on June 21, 1909, and trained as a Civil Engineer. He and his wife Gertrude Monica emigrated from Argentina to British Columbia in 1947 where he joined the provincial Department of Highways holding various positions: district engineer, Revelstoke (1947-50), divisonal engineer, Prince George (1950-56), regional engineer, North Vancouver (1956-62) and chief engineers, Victoria (1962-72). In 1972 he returned to his previous position in North vancouver to ease into retirement which he reached in 1974. he was an active member of the Engineering profession and contributed several years of service to the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of BC Council from 1963 to 1969, and led the Association as its President in 1968. He was active with the Vancouver Natural History Society and the Vancouver Opera Society and the Bach Choir.

Dudley and Monica Godfrey attended the ACC O'Hara Meadows summer camp in 1951 where he attained active membership when he climbed Odaray Peak. Other camps that he attended, many with his wife are: Mount Assiniboine camp in 1952, Hooker Glacier camp in 1953, Goodsirs camp in 1954, Mount Robson camp in 1955, Moat Lake, Tonquin Valley camp in 1957, Bugaboo Creek camp in 1959, Fryatt Creek camp in 1960, Goodsirs camp in 1961 and the Maligne Lake camp in 1962 with Dorothy and Bill Lash, Ethne Gibson and Ted Goodall. During his time in Victoria, Godfrey was the Chairman of the Vancouver Island section of the Alpine Club of Canada from 1966 to 1967, and in the 1990's he donated many books and Canadian Alpine Journals plus ice axes to the Vancouver Section archives.

Dudley Godfrey passed away in Burnaby on September 30, 2002, at the age of ninety-three and is survived by his wife, children Penelope, Colin and John, and five grandchildren.

Obituary. Innovation. The Journal of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia. Vol. 7, No. 2. Burnaby, B.C. p. 4.

Obituary. The Vancouver Sun. [Vancouver, B.C.] (October 19, 2002).







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