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Obituaries

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Rosamond "Rose"  Helen Leota Smith (nee Hosick)

Rosamond "Rose" Helen Leota Smith (nee Hosick)

Anthony ( Tony) Bluck

Anthony ( Tony) Bluck

February 1, 2020 Anthony (Tony) Bluck passed away at peace on February 1, 2020 at the age of 89 years. Tony was the sixth out of 8 children of John and Winnifred Bluck and grew up on the family farm inMurray Valley, west of Olds.
Nathan J. Scott Thompson

Nathan J. Scott Thompson

July 2, 2000 – January 1, 2020 Obituary for the late Nathan J. Scott Thompson. Nathan was born July 2, 2000 & passed away on Jan.1, 2020 at the age of 19 years following a short battle with an aggressive bacterial infection.
Robert James Skrypnyk

Robert James Skrypnyk

February 22,1952 - January 23,2020 With great sorrow, the family announces the passing of Bob on Thursday January 23, 2020. Left to cherish his memory are sister Darlene (John), sister-in-law Elaine, and numerous nephews and nieces.
Penny Jean Mackenzie

Penny Jean Mackenzie

September 24, 1948 to February 2, 2020 Penny Jean Mackenzie (nee Devine) was born in Didsbury to Sam and Jeanie Devine and lived there through her high school years.
Horst Weber

Horst Weber

Horst Weber passed away suddenly, though peacefully, at the age of 76 on February 1, 2020. Horst was born in Germany in 1944, and raised by his mother, Christine Weber.
Gwen Haynes

Gwen Haynes

December 19, 1932 -January 31, 2020 Gwen passed away at the Aspen Ridge Lodge in Didsbury after a twelve year battle with Alzheimer’s. She spent her childhood years in Black Diamond where her dad worked in the Turner Valley oilfields.
Almer Paul Weisenburger

Almer Paul Weisenburger

Charles (Chuck) Walter Fairbairn

Charles (Chuck) Walter Fairbairn

It is with great sadness we announce the passing of our kind & loving husband, father & grandfather, Charles [Chuck] Walter Fairbairn.
Margaret Elizabeth Stevens

Margaret Elizabeth Stevens

“We will never be the same as we were before this loss but are ever so much better for having had something so great to lose.