Edna Oram was born in London, Ontario in 1909. She worked for the Federal Government External Affairs Dept., serving in Moscow, Rome, and Indochina with the Canadian International Peacekeeping Commission. Edna came to Vernon in 1957 as a social worker.
She owned and operated the Boutique Canadiana in downtown Vernon for many years.
Edna also managed the O'Keefe Ranch for some years and sat on the Vernon Advisory Planning Committee. She was a board member of the Vernon Museum and Archives, a past treasurer of the Okanagan Historical Society, and founder of the Friends of History. She was a founder of the Venture Training Centre, and a member of the Canadian Mental Health Association, serving as local president and provincial member. Edna was a life member of the Schubert Centre and in 1985, received the Vernon Good Citizen award. In 1990, she received the Freedom of the City.
Edna Oram died in 1998 after a lifetime of service to her country and community.
Charley Oram Head M 27 England Alice Oram Wife F 26 England Edna Oram Daughter F 2 Ontario
Charles Orum Self M 32y England Alice Orum Wife F 31y England Edna Orum Daughter F 6y Ontario Winifred Orum Daughter F 1y Sask
Charles Oram 35 Alice Oram 35 Edna Oram 11 Winnifred Oram 6 John Oram 1
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