Hancock -- Freda Addison Hancock was born on September 6, 1927 at "Glenville", Bowness-on-Windermere among the mountains of the English Lake district. Tragically when Freda was six, her mother died from Tuberculosis and for the years following she was brought up by her father, (affectionately known as "Pop") and her rather stern paternal grandparents. At age eighteen she began nursing training at Barrow-in-Furness and at the same time by all accounts quite a social life. The social life and the nursing exams did not mix very well and following her failure in the exams she moved to The Victoria Hospital, Blackpool to start the course again. At Blackpool there must have been more application to her studies because she passed and won the prize for the best student! Midwifery training at Wyberton West Hospital, Boston in Lincolnshire followed and she moved back to Barrow taking a post as the Municipal Midwife in 1954.In April 1956 she was taken by the wanderlust and sailed from England for Fort William (Thunder Bay) Canada, to begin work at the McKellar Hospital. In Fort William she met Travers Hancock and shortly afterwards they set up home together and moved to Toronto. The now, Mrs. Hancock worked in The Doctors Hospital, Toronto, The Northwestern Hospital, Toronto and then the special baby unit in The Grace Hospital, where she worked for 12 years. During the holidays she and Travers toured round much of Canada and an extensive photographic collection of remote and wild places remains a testament to their adventurous spirit. During the late 1970Ős and 1980Ős Freda and Travers were seized by the wanderlust again and they made their way out to Western Canada and arrived in Carbon, Alberta via Calgary and Strathmore in 1984. In 1989 he was taken in to long term care in Drumheller and from then until her death on the 16th of August, 2000, Freda routinely visited him two or three times a week. She had always been an avid letter writer and she had kept all her correspondence since her arrival in Canada in 1956. Her large collection of books reflecting her interest in Canadian History, detective stories, gardening and wildlife she left to the Carbon Public Library.
Dodds -- Mr. Nicholas Dodds of Drumheller, passed away peacefully on November 7, 2001, surrounded by his loving family. Nick was born in England, October 5, 1924, the third child of William and Edith Dodds, who moved to Delia, Alberta in 1928. Nick served in the R.C.N.V.R. during World War II. Upon returning from the Navy, he was a Grain Buyer at Taylor Siding and Hardisty. He then joined the R.C.A.F. in 1956, serving until 1974. After leaving the forces he worked at the Correction Services at Drumheller until retirement in 1987. Nick loved golfing, hunting, fishing and gardening, the produce of which he shared with family and friends. He was a loyal member of the Royal Canadian Legion. Nick was predeceased by his loving wife Iris (nee Campbell) in 1994; a brother Walter Dodds; a grandson Tim Plante; sister-in-law Pat Havens and brothers-in-law, Don Campbell, Tex Havens, John Nolan, Bill Colvin, Max Sorensen and Francis Porter. He will be sadly missed by his son, Tim (Beth) Dodds; and daughter Terry (Alain) Plante and grandchildren Steve (Sherry) and Marc Plante, Heather (Brad) Goddard and Johnny Dodds; great grandchildren, Justin and Brandon Goddard and Christopher and Nicholas Plante. He is also survived by his sister Ellen Sorensen-Porter and sisters-in-law, Mary Colvin, Jean Nolan, Iona (Jim) Williams, Astrid Campbell; also numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends (also doggie Buttons). A Memorial Service was held at St. Anthony's Church on Saturday, November 10, 2001. Donations to a charity of the donor's choice may be made if so desired. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Personal Alternative Services.
Jensen -- Carl Christian "Chris" Jensen was born in Calgary on May 3, 1957 to Carl and Lorraine Jensen of Rosebud and passed away peacefully on November 9, 2001. He was predeceased by his brother Terry and sister Colleen. Besides his loving parents, Chris will be sadly missed by his two children, Bryce Christian and Sara May. He is also mourned by two brothers, Don (Gail) and Craig (Linda); his sister-in-law Cherryll; six nieces, Lainya, Ciara, Alissa, Kristen, Chelsey and Stacey; four nephews, Jared, Jason, Grant and Garrett; one great nephew, Justin; two great nieces, Jasmine and Jessica; as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. After graduation, Chris worked as a carpenter for Greene Construction at Drumheller. He married Joanne Skibsted and attended the SAIT apprenticeship program in Calgary. Once he obtained his journeyman certificate, Chris went into partnership with his brother Craig and together they built and renovated homes. At this time, Chris also worked with brother Don, Robert Gregory and Jim Martin. About a year later, Chris began farming at Rosebud with brothers-in-law Rick and Martin Skibsted. They enjoyed growing crops and working the land as well as numerous games of cards and cribbage. Chris always had a sense of humor. Although he usually had a quiet way about him, he was often the life of any gathering, telling jokes and making conversation. He liked hunting, fishing and especially hockey with son Bryce, as well as his dad and his brothers. Chris will also be remembered for the fun he and young daughter Sara had carving Halloween pumpkins. For the past nine years, Chris has been a resident of the Fanning Center at Calgary, Alberta. We appreciate the kind and generous care he has received there. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made directly to the Dr. Vernon Fanning Center, 722 - 16 Ave. N.E., Calgary, Alberta, T2E 6V7. Funeral Mass was celebrated on Tuesday, November 13, 2001 at St. Rita's Catholic Church, Rockyford, at 11 -- 00 a.m. with Father Dariusz Krzysztalowicz, Celebrant. Interment was in St. Rita's Church Cemetery. Wheatland Funeral Home Ltd. (Strathmore) in care of arrangements, 934-5666.
Plant -- Leona Jean Plant was ushered into the arms of Jesus in the early morning hours of Wednesday, November 7, 2001, at the age of 80, in Drumheller, Alberta. She had suffered a stroke and slipped into a coma on Saturday, September 29, 2001 in Salmon Arm, B.C. Leona was born in Mount Dennis, Ontario, on November 18, 1920 to James and Otta Dunk. Her brothers Harold (Peggy) of Guelph, Ontario, and Paul (Carol) of Delburne, Alberta, lament her passing with their ten children, spouses and families. Leona married Evangelist James Elven Plant on July 24. 1948. Together they planted Snug Harbour Baptist Church in Nobel, Ontario. They retired in Salmon Arm, BC in 1977. Elven passed into the presence of the Lord on March 22, 1988. Leona has displayed bravery, a deep faith in Christ and a kind heart. Leona will be lovingly remembered by Elven's son-by-choice, Murray Smith (Linda) of Angus, Ontario. She will be deeply missed by her sons Pastor David (Arlene) of Drumheller and Paul (Wendy) of Grande Prairie. Grandchildren Nathan, Andrew, Emily, Stephen, Timothy, Esther, Megan and Hanna also grieve her loss. A Funeral Service was held on Saturday, November 10, 2001 at Fellowship Baptist Church Drumheller. The Committal Service was held at Mount Ida Cemetery in Salmon Arm, BC. Tributes in Leona's memory may be made to the Gideons Bible Society. Courtney-Winter's Funeral Chapel were in charge of arrangements.
Smith -- Mrs. Vera Elizabeth Smith of Drumheller, passed away on November 7, 2001 at the age of 67 years. Vera was born on July 27, 1934 in Carbon. Vera lived in the Drumheller Valley for many years and she enjoyed her job at the Diana Restaurant. Vera enjoyed her knitting and her bingo, but her greatest love of all was her children and grandchildren. Vera leaves to cherish her memory her children, Shelly and Gary Martin, Shannon and Roger Vogstad, Margaret Sieppert, Gary Smith, Dwayne Smith, Sheila and Keith Vickers, Janice Smith, Rosanne Sieppert and friend Tom; 17 grandchildren; 11 great grandchildren; brother Don (Peggy) Pronyshyn. Vera was predeceased by her husband, George W. Smith in 1996; and her parents. Vera's cremated remains were entered into rest on Monday, November 12, 2001 at 2 -- 30 p.m. at the Drumheller Cemetery, with Reverend Blair Kirkby officiating. If friends so desire, memorial donations may be made to the Alberta Lung Association, 826, 205 9 Avenue S.E., Calgary, AB. T2G 0R3. Courtney-Winter's Funeral Chapel were in care of the arrangements.
Hilborn -- Ruth Mina Hilborn of Calgary, formerly of Drumheller, passed away at the Brentwood Nursing Home on Tuesday, May 29, 2001 after a lengthy illness, at the age of 89 years. Ruth was born on September 9, 1911 in Doddington, Kent, England. The family moved to Canada in 1913 to Cabri, Saskatchewan. Ruth grew up there, later moving to Calgary in the 1930Ős and subsequently to Drumheller in 1940.She loved music, taught piano and music theory in the Drumheller area for 40 years. In 1964 she completed her R.C.M.T. diploma at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto and acted as coordinator for the R.C.M.T. in Drumheller. She was one of the organizers of the Drumheller Music Festival for many years. Ruth was very politically involved with the Social Credit Party and had been their president of the Women's League. She was a delegate to the founding convention of the Reform Party in 1987. Ruth was an inveterate traveler, enjoying many trips. She will be lovingly remembered by all her family, Bob and Kay Hilborn of Courtney, B.C., Carol Ann Green of Calgary, Rick and Kathy Hilborn of St. Albert; and her niece Margaret (Dolly) Yavis of White Rock, B.C. and her family. Ruth is also survived by 13 grandchildren, David, Michael, Bruce (Gail), Catherine, Deborah, Danita, Dan, Rob, Rod, Carol, Carrie (Richard), Jason and Jim; ten great grandchildren, Jessie, Krystal, Dillon, Jenna, Jacob, Christine, Cassie, Halen, Tara and Christian; as well as a sister, Queenie (Kay) Fell of Calgary. Ruth was predeceased by her husband Roy in 1967; an infant son, Joseph Edward in 1932; a daughter, Geraldine Ruth Hawkins in 1985; son-in-law, Bob Hawkins in 1991 and her brother Fred Cheesman in 1961.Funeral Services will be held at Knox United Church (195 - 3 Avenue East, Drumheller), at 2 -- 00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 12, 2001 with the Rev. Blair Kirkby officiating. A special thank you to the staff at Brentwood Nursing Home for the excellent care. A heartfelt thanks to Dr. Patrick Quail for all his care, concern and advice. If friends so desire, memorial tributes may be made to the Alberta Foundation for Diabetes Research, 12834 - 163 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5V 1K6.To e-mail expressions of sympathy -- email@example.com Subject Heading -- Ruth Hilborn. In living memory of Ruth Hilborn, a tree will be planted at Nose Creek Valley by McInnis & Holloway Funeral Homes, "Chapel Of The Bells", 2720 Centre Street North, Telephone (403) 276-2296.
Adie -- Adelaide Adie of Drumheller passed away on November 16, 2001 at the age of 89. Adelaide was born on June 14, 1912 at Calgary, Alberta to Fred and Georgina Greene. Adelaide, along with her family, moved to the Verdant Valley district when she was five. The Greene family also moved to Ontario and Drumheller before returning to the Verdant Valley district. Adelaide, upon finishing her schooling, attended business college in Calgary, and worked for the bank in Cereal. In 1930 Adelaide married John Adie. The couple resided in the Verdant Valley district where they raised their family. In 1976 the couple retired to Drumheller. Adelaide along with John wintered in Arizona. In 1985 John passed away. Adelaide remained busy with her many passions, her involvement in the Farm Women's Union of Alberta, Verdant Valley Dorcas Women's Institute, Order of the Eastern Star, Knox United Church Women, and the Pioneer Trail Centre, as well as knitting for her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Adelaide kept wintering in Arizona until 1994. Adelaide's memory will be cherished by her children Muriel (Dan) MacDermid, Delmar Adie, and Carol (Peter) Bongers; by her grandchildren Dianne (Curtis) Blanchett, Brian (Kathy) MacDermid, Linda (Merv) Samoleski, Glen (Nadine) Adie, Dale (Melanie) Adie, Dean (Ruby) Adie, Scott Adie, Grant (Jody) Adie, Sarah Bongers, and Lanny Bongers; by 17 great-grandchildren; and by numerous nieces and nephews. Adelaide was predeceased by her husband John in 1985; her infant daughter Christina in 1945; her brother Wendell Greene, and her sisters Sadie Harrison and Muriel Clipsham. Funeral Services will be held Wednesday, November 21, 2001 at 2 -- 30 P.M. at the Knox United Church with Rev. Blair Kirkby officiating. Donations in Adelaide's memory may be made to the charity of one's choice. Arrangements entrusted to Courtney-Winter's Funeral Chapel (403) 823-2666.
Richardson -- Mom passed away November 15, 2001 with her family by her side, at the Drumheller Nursing Home. Our Mom, Doreen Richardson, was born in Iddesleigh, Alberta on the ninth of March, 1918, the third of six children born to Charles and Anna Lindholm. In 1922, after numerous crop failures, the Lindholm family moved to Wetaskiwin area. They established themselves on a new farm in the spring of 1923, 6 1/2 miles west of New Norway. This original farmstead is still in the Lindholm name and is being farmed by her youngest brother Ernest and his children. Mom received her elementary schooling, grades 1 - 8, at the Hoover School, just a few miles from their home. Grades 9 - 12 were received in New Norway. After graduating from high school, Doreen attended the Camrose Normal School where she received her teaching certificate. Her first teaching jobs were for the Wetaskiwin School District in several small country schools. It was while she was teaching at the Rose Brier school, that she met our father, George Richardson. Mom and Dad married on July 9, 1941 in Calgary. They moved to several small towns in Alberta where George was employed as a Grain Buyer. Their longest and last employment was at Delia where they resided for 35 years. Here they raised their 12 children, much to the "delight" of the Delia community. Mom taught junior high school and then settled in the Grade two room for ten years. Due to failing health, Mom and Dad moved to Drumheller in 1990. After Dad's passing, Mom moved to the Sunshine Lodge and then the Nursing Home where she spent the final years of her life. Mom's incredible love for children was evident throughout her life, as was shown in her professional as well as her personal life. With twelve children of her own, our home was always busy, but the door was always open for all of our "stray" friends. Her ability to overlook our many faults and imperfections was only surpassed by Dad's inability to overlook them. One of her most important roles, was playing the mediator in each and every family dispute, a full time job in itself. Even with the demands of a full time career and a family of this size, Mom still found the time to pursue other interests that were dear to her heart. Mom was an avid gardener with a passion for flowers. She took classes to learn how to oil paint, she was a top-notch seamstress and was an ardent book lover which gave her great enjoyment in her later years. Mom was actively involved in the Ladies Auxiliary to the Legion, the United Church Women and was a very devoted member of the Order of Eastern Star. Mom was predeceased by her husband George in 1992; her parents, Charles and Anna Lindholm; her siblings, Alfhild, Evert, Lennart and his wife Margeurite, and Linnea and her husband Clarence. She is survived by her loving brother Ernest and wife Kay of New Norway; a sister-in-law Betty of Dewinton; and numerous nieces and nephews. She leaves to mourn her passing her 12 children, Ann (Bob) Millar of Toronto, Karen Snodgrass of High River, Rosalyn Richardson of Calgary, Brian (Wendy) of Munson, Nigel (Merridell) of Singapore, Marie (Glenn) Kelm of Leduc, Linda (Van) Reed of Delia, Wendy (Dale) Smigelski of Stony Plain, Wade (Bonnie) of Hanna, Harley (Vicki) of High River, Bradley (Karen) of Hanna, and Valerie (Tyler) James of Drumheller. She also leaves 24 grandchildren eight step-grandchildren and ten great grandchildren. Funeral Services were held on November 19, 2001 at the Delia & District Community center. Courtney-Winter's Funeral Chapel in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Drumheller Nursing Home, Box 4500, Drumheller, AB. TOJ OYO or to a charity of your choice.
Wright -- Donald George Wright of Michichi, passed away on November 13, 2001 at the age of 83. He will be sadly missed by his wife, Phyllis Wright; his children, Barbara (Jim) Cassidy of Calgary, Donna (John) Topping of Ardrossan, Stephen (Glenda) Wright of Three Hills; his five grandchildren, Brandon and Susan Cassidy, Matthew Topping, Jason and Justin Wright; and his sister Gladys Wright of Vancouver. Don was born in Bradford, England in 1918. He moved to the Michichi area with his sister and mother in 1927 where he resided for more than 70 years. Don enjoyed farming, driving the school bus, playing the violin and spending time with his family and friends. At the family's request a Private Family Service will be held.
Peters -- James (Jacob) Peters, born May 18, 1938 passed away June 3, 2001.He will be lovingly remembered by his wife, Carol; his children, JoAnne (Harry), Jason and Rose; his grandchildren, Kyle and T.J.; a large family and many friends. Funeral Services will be held at Grace Mennonite Church, Neuanlage, Saskatchewan on Thursday, July 7 at 1 -- 00 p.m. If friends so desire, memorial tributes may be made directly to Heart To Heart, Drumheller, 625 Riverside Drive E. P.O. Box 4500, Drumheller, Alberta TOJ OYO.
Saunders -- Doris Saunders passed away at the Lady Minto Nursing Home in Edam, Saskatchewan on May 25, 2001 at the age of 98 years. Doris was born in Prince Edward Island and moved to Alberta in 1905. She married Les Saunders in 1925. Les died in 1951 and Doris moved to Carbon where she lived until 1966. Doris then went to Calgary to keep Bessie Smith company. She left Calgary in 1989 to live in Saskatchewan with her son and daughter-in-law, Murray and Marie Saunders. Doris is survived by her son Murray (Marie) Saunders, Bowden, Alberta; Shirley Bell of Carbon; five grandchildren; and eight great grandchildren. Doris liked to garden and especially loved flowers (Pansies and Roses). She also loved to travel. Doris will be sadly missed by family and friends. A Graveside Service was held on Saturday, June 2, 2001 at Carbon Cemetery.
Story -- On May 30, 2001 Mr. Kermit Krebs Story of Standard, Alberta passed away at the age of 82 years. He is survived by his loving wife Deirdre; four sons, Dwayne (Lucille), Myron, Brian (Wilma Gust) and Brent (Jennifer); four grandchildren, Alan, Greg, Justine and Brielle. Kermit was born in Standard and farmed in the area all of his life. He joined the Royal Canadian Navy during WWII and was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion. Funeral Services were held Saturday, June 2, 2001 at Nazareth Lutheran Church, Standard at 2 -- 00 p.m. with Pastor Brad Everett officiating. Interment followed in the Standard Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made directly to the Standard Arena, Standard, AB, TOJ 3GO.Wheatland Funeral Home Ltd. (Strathmore) in care of arrangements, 934-5666.
Hamula -- Rodney Micheal John Hamula. Rodney was born in Edmonton on February 5, 1944 and died peacefully with his loving family by his side in the Drumheller hospital on February 9, 2002. He is survived by his wife Norma, children ; sons, Bryan (Sally) and Mike (Donette) and daughters; Kathy and Marcia (Dave) McDougald, grandchildren; Andrew Fleck, Jerad Sinclair, Robyn and Alex McDougald, sister Barbara (Murray) Abel, brothers Raymond (Bev) and Reggie (Hella) and Parents Willie and Anne Hamula, numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews. Rodney was a master electrician and has worked as an electrician for numerous companies around Alberta, BC and NWT. He was transferred to Drumheller in July 1981 working as an area manager for an electrical firm. Then in 1983 decided to start his own oilfield electrical business. The business became incorporated March 3, 1983. Rod's wife Norma and son Michael have helped him to have a very prosperous business with numerous clientele. Rodney was quite spontaneous - 5 -- 00 a.m. waking everybody up to say we are going to Banff for a swim. Rodney enjoyed traveling especially to Costa Rica, where he made a lot of very special friends. Rodney's grandchildren were the light of his life. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. Funeral Service will be held on Friday, February 15, 2002 at 1 -- 30 p.m. at the St. Anthony's Church. Prayer Service will be held Thursday, February 14th, 2002 at 7 -- 00 p.m. at St. Anthony's Church.
Robertson -- Gordon Allan. Mr. Gordon Allan "Robbie" Robertson of Rocky Mountain House passed away on January 28, 2002 at the age of 77 years. Al is survived by his loving wife Mary of Rocky Mountain House, his daughter Catherine (Nigel) Drever of Victoria, B.C., his sons Allan (Marj), Bill and Danny all of Calgary, 9 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his mother Elizabeth, father Donald, sisters Grace and Margaret and brother Les. A service of Remembrance was held February 2 at the Rocky Mountain Crematorium, Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. As an expression of sympathy, memorial contributions may be made to the charity of the donor's choice. Rocky and Sylvan Lake Funeral Homes and Crematorium, your Golden Rule Funeral Homes, entrusted with the arrangements.
Swainston -- Donald Richard Swainston born June 7, 1948 in Drumheller, AB. The family lived in Big Valley, Scapa and Leo before moving to Delia in 1951 with his father, mother and sister. His little brother was born in 1953. He started school in 1954 going through to grade 11. He finished grade 12 in Olds in 1965. in 1966 continued on to Vancouver, B.C. to start his computer training course. He graduated from Makay Technical Institute in 1968. He worked for Peter Bawden Drilling and Cheveron Standard. Moving back to Delia in 1994 to live, he worked for Megtech Computers and Jet Enterprises. On January 7, 2002 he started at PTI Service. He is pre-deceased by his father Carlos Swainston in April 1996. He leaves to mourn his mother Beverly Swainston, sister Heather and husband Arthur Van Horne, brother Danielle and fiancé. Nephew Steven and wife Keri Van Horne, Niece Kimberly and husband Kevin Bonnetta, three great nieces and one great nephew and many other family and friends. You went so suddenly, we didn't have a chance to say what we wanted to say, But know this, we all loved you very much. Somewhere a journey begins at the end of the worldly existence we know. Somewhere a path stretches over The stars and rivers of memories flow. There is no true parting with those we love, Time cannot steal the treasures That we carry in our hearts. No distance can divide; we still walk side by side. You never really know how important family is Until they are not around. Funeral services were held Thursday, February 7, 2002 at 2 -- 00 P.M. at the Delia Community Center with Reverend Glenn Jarvis presiding. Internment followed at the Delia Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made in Donald's memory to STARS Air Rescue (Box 570, 1441 Aviation Park NE, Calgary, AB, T2E 9Z9). Arrangements entrusted to COURTNEY-WINTER'S FUNERAL CHAPEL. 403-823-2666.
Young -- Mary Margaret (Davies) Young. November 8, 1913 - February 9, 2002. Mary was the second oldest of five children, born November 8, 1913 in Calgary, Alberta. She married Ken Young, December 5, 1939. Mary and Ken resided on the original Young homestead in the Lone Butte area, which had been in the Young family for 60 years. In 1973, Ken and Mary retired and sold the farm. At that time, they moved to Hanna. A big adjustment for them both. They did enjoy the going on of town life. The two of them enjoyed driving down to Arizona each year to escape the winter months. They also loved to camp locally and visited many friends and family. Ken passed away January 22, 1992. Mary continued to live in their home in Hanna until she moved to the Hanna Lodge. And later, to the Nursing home in Cereal and then moved to the Palliser Nursing Home in Hanna. Mary had a long fight with Alzheimer Disease. Mary is survived by her sister; Else Berke of Calgary and her family and will be sadly missed by numerous nieces and nephews. Mary was predeceased by her parents, Mary Edith, in 1960, Daniel Davies in 1967, her husband, Kenneth Young in 1992, brother Thomas David Davies in 1985, nephew Gerald Davey in 1990 and sister Jennie Evelyn (Davey) Evans in 2001. A memorial service will be held at The United Church in Hanna, February 14, 2002 at 1 -- 00 p.m.. If desired, a donation can be made to the Alzheimer's Society of Calgary (Research) 1920 - 11 Street S.E. Calgary, AB T2G 3G2.
Wilson -- After a long illness, Frank Thomas Wilson passed away peacefully at the Three Hills Hospital on Tuesday, May 29, 2001. Frank was born in Rowley on November 20, 1919. He received his early education at the Anthill School District. Frank served in the Second World War mostly in Northern Europe, where he was assigned with the Royal Canadian Engineers. Coming back from overseas, he farmed and raised cattle in the Rumsey District. At one time he kept a few horses for rounding cattle. By nature, Frank was a quiet person but with a dry sense of humour. The last few years, Frank resided in Three Hills then moved into the St. Mary's Lodge in Trochu. Frank was predeceased by his father Bill Sr. mother Kate and his brothers, Harold, Norman and Bill Jr. We shall greatly miss a beloved brother to John (Prudence); sister-in-law Cynthia Wilson of Toronto; Uncle to Patricia Lopez, James (Eileen), Kathy (Andy) and their families of Toronto; also many cousins; nieces and nephews in B.C., Alberta, Ontario and Mexico. The family wishes to thank Dr. O'Neil, nursing staff at the Three Hills Hospital, staff at St. Mary's Lodge in Trochu and Margaret Kirk of Three Hills for all the excellent care and compassion shown to Frank and his family. Funerals Services were held at 2 -- 00 p.m. Tuesday, June 5 in the Rowley Community Hall, officiated by Dr. Rev. Travis Cannaday. Interment followed at the Rowley Cemetery.
Davidson -- (Currie) Connie Nora -- On June 4, 2001, Connie Nora Davidson of Edmonton passed away at the age of 96 years. Connie is survived by her loving family; three daughters, Evelyn (Ken) Tanner, Florence (Jim) Dimos, Helen (Runo - deceased) Burglund; ten grandchildren; fourteen great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Connie was predeceased by her first husband Robert Currie in 1954. A Funeral Service was held in Calgary at Mountain View Funeral Home, Box 3, Site 17, R.R. #7, on Saturday, June 9, 2001 at 3 -- 00 p.m. with interment following in Mountain View Cemetery. If you wish, donations may be given to the Capital Care Foundation, 500, 9925 - 109 Street, Edmonton, AB. T5K 2J8. South Side Memorial Chapel, Edmonton, Alberta, Phone (780) 432-1601 entrusted with arrangements.
Ewasuk -- Nicholas Ewasuk passed away peacefully on June 7, 2001 at the age of 76, after a struggle with cancer. He had been residing at the Drumheller Nursing Home for the last couple of years. Nick (Nicky) is survived and missed by his family, daughters, Charlotte and Ed Chernoff of Drumheller and Rhonda Currie of Red Deer; his grandchildren, Jason, Jolene and Melissa; and his great granddaughter Jenna. Nick is also survived by his brother Willie Ewasuk of Drumheller. He was predeceased by his loving wife Ethel in 1982 and his parents Harry and Mary. Nicky was born and raised in Drumheller. He started working in the coal mines at a young age and was employed there until no mine operated anymore. In those days, he was known as one of the "Best Snooker Players" going and had the nickname "Snuffy", for his lip full of Copenhagen. That habit stuck with him until his last days. His later pastimes were an all nite Pan (card) game and going to the thoroughbred races in Calgary and Edmonton. The last few years he bet at the televised racing at the Drumheller Inn. He could handicap a pretty good race. Funeral Services for the late Nick Ewasuk were held on Tuesday, June 12, 2001 at Courtney-Winter's Funeral Chapel at 2 -- 00 p.m. with Pastor Wayne McCracken officiating. Interment followed in the Drumheller Cemetery. If friends so desire memorial tributes may be made directly to the T.R. Ross Nursing Home, Recreation Department, Box 4500 Drumheller, Alberta TOJ OYO. Courtney-Winter's Funeral Chapel entrusted with arrangements.
Ohlhauser -- Mr. Arnold Leonard Ohlhauser of Red Deer, beloved husband of Mrs. Hilda Ohlhauser, passed away at the Red Deer Regional Hospital Centre, on Friday, June 8, 2001 at the age of 81 years. He is the loving father of Sheila (Harvey) Hiller of Hinton, Alberta and Courtney (Connie) Ohlhauser of Red Deer, Alberta; along with six grand- children and numerous relatives and friends. He was predeceased by his parents, two sisters and one brother. Funeral Services will be held from the Carbon Baptist Church in Carbon, Alberta on Wednesday, June 13, 2001 at 2 -- 00 p.m. Condolences emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org will be forwarded directly to the family. Funeral arrangements in care of the Red Deer Funeral Home & Crematorium (67th Street) Chapel Telephone (403) 347-3319.
Andreasen -- Ingeborg Kristine Andreasen, born April 25th 1912 in Haderslev Denmark, passed away peacefully on October 16th 2001 at Pioneer Lodge in Salmon Arm B.C. after a lengthy illness. Inge and Andreas came to Canada in 1958. First living in Carbon then to Rosedale AB. They moved to Notch Hill in 1978. In 1992 Inge moved to the Lions Manor in Sorrento for 3yrs. She lived in the Pioneer Lodge, Salmon Arm for 6yrs. Inge was an active member in the Dalum Ladies Aide. Inge & Andreas enjoyed fishing and camping around Southern Alberta. They moved a house from Dalum to Rosedale - and made it their home until they moved to Sorrento, BC in 1978. Inge was an avid gardener. Inge did a lot of Danish baking for Ted Christensen's grocery in Rosedale. Ingeborg was predeceased by her husband Andreas in 1981. One grandson Bruce in 1995. Seven brothers and two sisters all from Denmark. She is survived by four sons -- Peter (Theresia) of Fairview ,AB; Karlo (Joey) of Barriere, BC; Erik (Gloria) of Salmon Arm, BC and Ejner (Jeanette) of Sorrento, BC; eight grandchildren and seven great grandchildren; two sisters, Margretha from Calgary & Irene of Danmark. Funeral services were held Saturday, Oct 20th 2001 at 2 -- 00p.m. at St. Mary's Church Sorrento. Burial was at Notch Hill Cemetery, Notch Hill B.C.
Pattison -- Carmen Ann Pattison of Carbon, passed away in Drumheller on November 1, 2001 at the age of 63. Born Carmen Ann Folden in Drumheller on January 13, 1938, she was to her family 'Mom.' Carmen married Don Pattison on October 25, 1957 and they had two sons, Peter and David. She operated a clothing business, Carbon Trading Co. with Don for many years before staying home to be the best mom. Mom will be forever remembered for her wonderful spirit, gentle nature and her kind heart. Mom always loved a good time and a good laugh. She cherished Dad, her two boys, and later her two precious granddaughters. Mom will be lovingly remembered and deeply missed by her son Peter and his wife Shelley, and two special granddaughters Hayley and Rebecca Pattison, all of Carbon. She is also survived by her sister, Gerry and Marvin Pickering and family; her sister Kathy and Al Sweet and family; her brother Larry Folden and family; and her nephew Paul and Jan Goldamer and family. She was predeceased by her beloved husband Don (1999) and her son David (1996). Funeral Services were held on Tuesday, November 6, 2001 at the Carbon United Church, Reverend Harold Black officiating. A private committal followed at the Carbon Cemetery. Tributes in Carmen's memory may be made to the Alzheimer Society (220, 2323 - 32 Avenue NE, Calgary, T2E 6Z3). Arrangements were entrusted to Courtney-Winter's Funeral Chapel, 403-823-2666.