In Remembrance

In Remembrance 

 

Maurice St. Arnaud




ST. ARNAUD, Maurice Edmond
October 28, 1940 ~ June 9, 2014
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Maurice St. Arnaud of Stony Plain, AB on June 9, 2014 at the age of 73.
Maurice will be missed by his loving wife Jean, children; Laurelle (Carter) Olstead and John (Tina), 9 grandchildren; Matt, Brett, Aaron, Sophia St. Arnaud and Jordan, Stephen, Christian, Carson and Cameron Olstead. Maurice is also remembered by three brothers and three sisters. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/edmontonjournal/obituary.aspx?pid=171333395#sthash.myOtzXx5.dpuf

Donald Jaskiw

Donald JASKIW
December 31, 1943 - October 27, 2009
Today is filled with memories
And loving thoughts of you.
All the words and thoughtful things,
That you would say and do.
A day of remembrance, a passing year,
A loving thought, a silent tear,
A little prayer to keep in touch.
We love you and miss you, so very much.
Forever in Our Hearts
Shirley, Michael & Kristin, Allison,
Paul & Gail, Lily and Evan.



Benny HODINSKY

HODINSKY, Benny
On Friday March 7, 2014, Benny Hodinsky of Edmonton passed away at the age of 54 years. He will be lovingly remembered by his wife Kim, children; Chris (Launa) and Amanda (Chance), grandchildren; Carter, Kayden and Selena, parents; Harry and Lena, brothers; Ron (Diana), Larry (Marlene), and many other family and friends. He was predeceased by his brother David.
A Prayer Service will be held on Tuesday March 11, 2014 at 6:30 P.M. and a Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday March 12, 2014 at 1:00 P.M. at Evergreen Funeral Chapel (16204 Fort Road, Edmonton). Cremation will follow and his Final Resting Place will be at Evergreen Memorial Gardens. The family would like to extend a sincere thanks to Dr. Barton and the palliative care team and to Dr Kortbeek. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Benny may be made to the Edmonton SPCA or to Haying in the Thirties.



Albert Belanger

BELANGER, Albert - With heavy hearts the family of ALBERT BELANGER announces his passing on May 1, 2014 at the age of 54 years. After an 8 year long battle with cancer the Angels have taken him and he is now at peace. Albert will always be remembered by his loving wife, Jane; daughter, Sheena (Chris); mother-in-law, Lillian; and siblings, Annette (Sandy), Valerie (Ev), Alphonse (Liz), Marguerite (Ron), Yvonne (Larry), Roland (Diane), Lucille; and numerous nieces and nephews. Albert is predeceased by his parents, Albert and Marguerite; father-in-law, Nick; and brother-in-law, Brian. A Memorial Service to celebrate Albert's life will take place at 2:00 pm on Friday, May 9, 2014 at Connelly-McKinley Funeral Home - South Chapel, 4820 Meridian Street, Edmonton (Meridian Street can only be accessed by heading SOUTH on the Anthony Henday – Hwy 216. The exit ramp is 1 km SOUTH of the Sherwood Park Fwy.). Donations can be made to the Laryngeal Cancer Fundraiser www.foreavoice.ca

Carol BURNS

BURNS, Carol
Carol Burns (65) passed away peacefully after a long and hard fought battle with cancer, surrounded by love and her family.
Carol leaves to cherish her memory, daughter, Patricia (Claude); grandsons Dylan and Shane; brother, Mike (Judy); as well as many cherished nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, brother and sister-in-laws. She was predeceased by a son; loving husband Bob; parents, Phyllis and Cleve; sister-in-law Myrtle and brother-in-law Lou. We would like to express our heartfelt thanks to Dr. H. Seikaly for his extraordinary skill and deep compassion. Peggy Nesbitt, Tysen LeBlanc, the ENT resident team - for your talent and big hearts. To everyone on 3D4 you guys are like family. We will never forget how you helped us through this journey.



RAYMOND MITCHELL

MITCHELL, Raymond Francis
June 29, 1947 - March 30, 2014
Raymond Mitchell, father, uncle, grandfather, faithful Friend, reluctantly left this earth Sunday, March 30, 2014 at the age of 66. Cancer finally got him. He died peacefully without pain in his home in Sherwood Park. He was sitting in his favorite chair holding his TV channel changer.
Ray was born in Toronto but he called Alberta his home. Ray got his grade 12 in London, Ontario and although he always said he never went to school on Mondays or Fridays he was very proud of the 86% average. In his early twenties, shortly after his Mom passed away of a broken heart, Ray was invited to Saskatoon by his parents dearest and closest friends Bud and Mary Joan Yates. They took Ray under their wings and gave him a job in real estate and he never looked back.
Ray had three passions in life, his family, golf and his job. Nothing brought him more joy then being in the same room as his sons, grandsons and being able to share in their laughter and lives, although just briefly. Last summer he was able to take his family to the mountains to a cabin where he first took his young sons - he was now able to show his grandsons. It was a beautiful time spent together. Although his last golf game was two summers ago Ray was a seven handy cap golfer, He never did get the chance to cross Pebble Beach off his bucket list. He wanted to visit Rome and Vatican city. He would always say that on earth it was the one place you get the closest to God. Two weeks ago was his last trip to his office and not being able to go to work broke his heart. Ray was very proud of the many accomplishments within the outstanding 40 year career in the home building business he had created.
Ray was preceded in death by big brother James tragically in a car crash (1960), his father Thomas (1967), his beloved mother Georgette (1969) and more recently his big sister Denise Borbely (July 8, 2013. )
Ray is survived by son Lonnie with Rebecca and their children Pearce and Read, his son James all of Sherwood Park, dearest friend and mother of his children Karen LeDrew of Edmonton, his brother-in-law Bill Borbely, niece Catherine Lynn Borbely, nephew David Borbely, two grand-nephews Adam and Austin all of Regina, Saskatchewan.
Ray was an intensely private man but was always the best dressed man in any room. He had a great sense of humour as most that knew him can attest. Words he lived by and taught to his sons, "Be on time" "Do what you say." "Finish what you Start." "Say "Please." and "Thank-You," because manners cost nothing!" Raymond loved deeply and loved for life.
It is with very heavy hearts we share this news of Ray's passing. The family wishes to extend their deepest gratitude and thanks to Dr. Elfiky, Ray was one of his first patients when he began practice in Sherwood Park, Doctors D. Williams and H. Seikaly for never giving up on Ray, because Ray would never give up on himself. "Never, Never, Never, give up" "Go Brady!"



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