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Lydia was known for her dedication and precision Funeral Services were held at McINNIS & HOLLOWAY (Chapel of the Bells, 2720 Centre Street North) on Saturday, June 3, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. Graveside Service followed at Queen’s Park Cemetery. Fishing for a living was getting hard so he changed his career to truck driving and heavy equipment operator. Ted always liked horses and liked to do riding. He also always looked forward to summer holidays, when nieces Amanda, Andrea and Kendra would come to stay with our family. Donations in Pam’s memory may be made to the Clinical Chair in Aging and Research, Office of Advancement, Faculty of Nursing, 3-141 Edmonton Clinic Health Academy, 11405 87 Ave., University of Edmonton, Edmonton, AB, T6G 1C9. Together, Olga and Ken shared their lives with the community through their small business, Ken’s News and Confectionery. They would raise their family on the outskirts of High Prairie, while enjoying the finer things in life, like hunting, fishing or just spending time as a family. He was also one who always had a story to share or a joke to tell, and never took life too seriously. I was told that words are like bullets in a rifle once you fire them you can't tak…, How about Amiro's Restaurant total inside renovations that has taken place also sh…. He always did a little farming on his days off so he had a very busy life. From 1963 until his retirement in 1994, our grandfather worked for the provincial government in transportation as a grader operator. In 1954, they built a new home on the farm site where the Pratt Ranch sits today. There were many meals and celebrations that included neighbours or elderly people who did not have family close. Too young to drive, he would dodge the neighbour’s wife who would call the sheriff. Also surviving are numerous nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. Through the years, my dad and I have tried to duplicate her expertise in making fudge and, well, let’s just say it turns out right once in a while and when it doesn’t, we sure enjoy eating the “mistakes”. Shirley married Andrew Kasinec on Sept. 29, 1955 and they had four daughters. We will miss you Pepere.” As a family this was one of our biggest adventures. In 1914, another family set sail for Canada and took up residence in Regina, his mother Rosa Deibel. They did everything together and Joe was always the true gentlemen, whether it was doing up her seatbelt, sliding in her chair at meal time, listening to her even when she thought he didn’t hear or walking on the beach holding hands at their lake lot. The family moved to Spruceview, west of Innisfail, in 1945. A Celebration of Life was held at the High Prairie Elks Rodeo Hall on June 24 at 2 p.m. A viewing was held from 1-2 p.m. for those paying their final respect. He worked on a pipeline that went to Prince Rupert, B.C. As grandpa has laid his final hand of crib we would like to leave you all with these words, “Yesterday is a memory, tomorrow is a mystery and today is a gift, which is why it is called the present. Bob passed away July 31, 2016. John “Jack” Gordon, a long time resident of High Prairie, passed away peacefully on July 12, 2016 with his family by his side. She furthered her education in Edmonton at the McTavish Business College taking secretarial and bookkeeping. The funeral for Joe Olansky was held Sept. 7 at the High Prairie Legion Hall with Rev. Bradley Tannahill She also enjoyed horses, her flower beds and vegetable garden. He leaves behind: his wife, Susan; and all four of his children and their families; Darla, and her husband, Garnet, and their two boys, Blake and Wyatt; Tyler, and his wife, Penny, and their son, Dylan; Tamara, and her husband, Sean, and their three children, Hunter, Gunnar and Soren; and Brady, and his wife, Angie, and their two daughters, Emma and Rebecca. A year later they married, and moved to Taber, Alta., where he continued to farm. The funeral service was held May 13 at 1:30 p.m. at Park Memorial Chapel, 9709 – 111 Avenue in Edmonton with interment in St. Michael’s Cemetery. As a family this was one of our biggest adventures. They all loved to try to sit in his chair and then make sure he knew they were in it. Denis towered over most at 6’6” with intense eyes, a powerful handshake and deep voice. This wasn’t enough though, he was also the caretaker for the cemetery for 35 years and volunteered countless hours to the church, doing repairs or whatever was asked of him. After that they moved to High Prairie. Following that, she worked at a variety of jobs in Edmonton and around northern Alberta until returning to college and receiving a diploma in Journalism from Grant MacEwan College in the late 1980s. A celebration of her life will be held Aug. 1 at 2 p.m. at the Triangle Hall. He never complained when the call came in the middle of the night to head out to a fire, and then head out to work with no sleep in the morning. He completed high school in Lloydminster before moving on to the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology in Edmonton, to complete a two-year business administration program. Private family interment at a later date. He was ninety- three and a half years old. Vanier 2020…, As of November 6, Alberta Health still has a technical…, As of November 5, Alberta Health has experienced a technical…, As of November 3, Alberta Health has confirmed 2,268 new…, As of November 9, Alberta Health confirmed 644 new cases…, Terry Calliou Luc Dubrule Richard FroeseSouth Peace News Terry Calliou…, Viersen votes against ban on conversion therapy, Peace River – Westlock MP Arnold Viersen leads the weekly…, As of October 29, Alberta Health has confirmed 1,309 new…, Antoine BrochuJan. Shirley was an avid knitter and faithful traveling companion to Chester as they put on many miles spreading the word of God. He was always busy, but enjoyed taking the entire family along. “We all love you Jenny, may you rest in peace. He did everything in his life with the intention of making it better for his family. Harold, was born April 2, 1944, in Lloydminster, Sask., and was the eldest of seven children, born to Rusty and Edna Oliver. While they lived in Snipe Lake, Bill worked for a time at Helmer’s Autobody Shop and Bohn Oilfield. He grew up on a farm 3 1/2 miles south of High Prairie with his two sisters, Marilyn and Linda. Chester was a very hard-working man and loyal employee who took pride in his profession and was an outstanding mechanic. She never turned a child away. Thus Donna, Gary and Larry were born. She would always look forward to opening her home to the Martel invasion at Easter. He would take trailers that were inexpensive and useless and turn them into trailers that are still working today. My name is Rick Laliberte and I am Joe’s brother-in-law, second youngest brother to Carmelle, and also blessed to have them as my God parents. They were married 64 years, until Chester’s passing in 2012. Jenny was predeceased by: her loving father, Kizic; brother Tom; and uncles Nick, William and John Falebrenza. He stayed at Joe Kappo’s during those times. As a teenager, Betty got a job working in a cafe near High Prairie for $5 a month. The business flourished for some 30-plus years. Peter was always very active in his community, including Search and Rescue, hunter training instructor, cub and scout leader, and a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Salmon Arm Fish and Game Club, the Knights of Columbus and others. Well, Tracy had this game called Snakes and Ladders and just ,loved to play it with Pepere. Bruce’s carpentry skills also took him to Fort McMurray, the Bahamas, and Nicaragua where he volunteered his skills to help build houses for displaced residents. His mother married again, to Jack Penner and gave Lyle some siblings, twins Austin and Leona and another brother Marvin. She loved her work, especially the maternity ward and time spent with babies and new mothers. Taylor, Reid and Sophie, were loved by grandpa to the moon and back, or maybe even farther. Neil will be sadly missed; he loves us all as we love him. When Ted was old enough he went to school but worked in Woolworths store after school and on weekends. When he was not playing he was always dancing. The natural beauty of a flower, the perfume of a rain storm or the majesty of a sunset was her joy.

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