January 15th, 2021

SATURDAY, November 28, 2020


By Lethbridge Herald Obituaries on November 28, 2020.

CLEVE RAY ADAMSON

1936 – 2020

Cleve Ray Adamson of Stirling, beloved father, grandfather, and great-grandfather passed away at the age of 84 years on Thursday, November 26, 2020.

Cleve was born in Stirling, Alberta to Vaughn and Kate Adamson on July 16, 1936.

Cleve will be lovingly remembered by his children David Adamson, Rick (Shelley) Adamson, and Kevin Adamson; grandchildren Camille (Brad) Richards, Amanda Adamson, Brittney Adamson, Thomas Adamson and Brady Adamson; great-grandchildren Briggs and Reegan Hall-Thomsen, Dylan and Robyn Richards.

He is predeceased by wives Mona Adamson and Charlene Adamson; daughter Shirley Adamson; siblings Dorothy (Al) Wiersema, Floyd Adamson and Marie Richardson.

Cleve is also survived by in-law Ladene Adamson and Carl Richardson as well as numerous other family members and best friends Scott and Dallene Foss.

Cleve grew up in Stirling, where he attended school. On October 31, 1959 Cleve married Mona Terry. They raised their four children in Stirling and were very active in the community. He worked for several construction companies before working for the Village of Stirling. He was Assistant Fire Chief on the Stirling Volunteer Fire Department where he had 50 years of service. In August 1994 Cleve married Charlene Medhurst.

He loved to spend time with his family and friends. Cleve loved to bowl and dance.

Due to COVID-19 a celebration of Cleve’s Life will be held at a later date. Cremation has been entrusted to Christensen Salmon Generations Funeral Home.

To send condolences please visit http://www.generationsfh.ca.


BISTA

NAR BAHADUR BISTA, beloved husband of the late Khina Maya Bista, passed away peacefully at Chinook Regional Hospital on Tuesday, November 24, 2020 at the age of 102 years.

A Private Service will take place at Cornerstone Funeral Home.

To send a condolence, please visit

http://www.cornerstonefuneralhome.com


BROADHEAD

NORMAN REE BROADHEAD, passed away on November 24th, 2020 in Cardston, AB, surrounded by family, at the age of 90 years. We invite family and friends to meet Norm’s family at Legacy Funeral Home, Cardston on Sunday, November 29th from 7:00 – 8:00 pm. Due to COVID-19 restrictions an Invitational Family Service will be held at Legacy Funeral Home on Monday, November 30th at 11:00 am.

To send a condolence and to watch the funeral Live please visit http://www.legacyfuneralhome.ca


CLELAND

BRENT AARON CLELAND passed away at the Chinook Regional Hospital on Saturday, November 21, 2020 after a lengthy illness. Brent was born on April 15, 1955 at the Taber Hospital. His early years were spent in Vauxhall and Taber. At the age of 17, Brent moved with his family to Lethbridge. A natural athlete, Brent excelled in baseball and hockey.

Brent was predeceased by his parents, Roy and Betty Cleland, his grandparents, Harold and Clara Cleland and Murle and Bessie Dawson, and by his aunt, Fay Dunn.

Brent will be missed and remembered by his sister, Wanda (Doug) and his brother, Brad (Sharon) and many extended family members.

The burial will take place at the Vauxhall Cemetery in the summer of 2021. If friends so desire, memorial tributes to either Canadian Mental Health or the Salvation Army would be appreciated.

We would like to extend a special thank you to the staff of Chinook Regional Hospital and Heritage Lodge for the exceptional care given to our brother, Brent.


CRONKHITE, RUTH

1927-2020

Ruth Cronkhite, age 93, passed away peacefully on November 25, 2020 at the Chinook Regional Hospital.

Ruth’s smile, her kind and loving soul will be greatly missed by her beloved husband of 73 years, Tom (Thomas) Cronkhite of Lethbridge, her precious children, Barry (Marj) Cronkhite of Warner, Wayne (Denise) Cronkhite of Maple Creek, SK, Dale (Heather) Cronkhite of Lethbridge and Jayna (Grant) Staples of Coaldale, her 8 adoring grandchildren, Alisa (Chris) Thomas, Traci (Robert) Stelten, Jenny (Richard) Seward, Conner Cronkhite, Michelle Cronkhite, Tyler (Tenille) Cronkhite, Travis (Blaire) Staples and Garrett Staples. Ruth also blessed the lives of 10 great grandchildren.

Ruth was born to Oscar Allan and Emma Erickson in their family farm house near Wrentham, Alberta on February 15, 1927. It was here that she grew up surrounded by 5 sisters and a brother. After finishing secondary school, Ruth attended Calgary Normal School and became a teacher. She taught at the Stirling School for one year to a class of 40 students including 4 Japanese students that were just learning English!

She then married her sweetheart, Tom Cronkhite, in 1947 after he returned from his service in the RCAF during World War II. Their marriage was one to admire, as they were truly devoted to one another in love and friendship. Together they raised their family, 4 sons and a daughter, while farming and ranching in the New Dayton, Alberta area.

Ruth and Tom spent a lot of time in Waterton Lakes National Park camping and fishing on Cameron Lake. They spent 11 winters in Mesa, Arizona “snow birding” and enjoying golf, square dancing and socializing. They also took many bus trips together in their later senior years. Ruth loved to visit with her family and friends and had an amazing knack for remembering details. There was no need to look things up in a history book when Ruth was around! Family was of great importance to Ruth, she enjoyed being surrounded by her loved ones as much as possible. Hosting amazing family dinners was a specialty of hers, always carried out with style and grace.

Ruth was preceded in death by her parents, her son Roger Allan Cronkhite, daughter-in-law Betty Ann Cronkhite, and 3 sisters, Donna Bowerman, Cheryl Ann Erickson and Betty Rockenbach. Ruth is survived by 3 siblings, Gail Jensen, Lorna Hintze and David Erickson.

A special thank you to the staff that cared for her at St. Therese Villa and the Chinook Regional Hospital.

Please share memories, stories and messages of condolence through evergreenfh.ca.


Olga Monica Geddes

1939 – 2020

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Olga Monica Geddes (nee Burak), beloved wife to the late Don Geddes, who passed away peacefully at the Chinook Regional Hospital with family by her side at the age of 81 years.

Born in Bienfait, Saskatchewan and raised on the family farm in Estevan, Saskatchewan, Olga had a great love for Arabian horses and was an accomplished English Rider. She joined the Air Force for a short time and later married Don on September 16, 1961 in Estevan and raised 2 children, daughter Donna (Rob) Geddes and son Glenn (Dee) Geddes. She is also survived by her 2 grandchildren Lorne (Arielle) Geddes, Scott (Citabria) Geddes; 3 great-grandchildren Asher and Evelyn Faherty-Geddes, Kendrick Geddes; brother John (Brenda) Burak as well as numerous nieces, nephews and their families.

Olga was predeceased by her parents Peter and Ann Burak; uncle Joe Burak, and husband Don in August of this year.

A Private Family Graveside service will be held at a later date in the Archmount Cemetery, Lethbridge, Alberta.

Cremation entrusted to Martin Brothers Funeral Chapels.

For those who wish, memorial donations in Olga’s name, may be made to the Canadian Kidney Foundation 310 – 5160 Decarie Blvd. Montreal, Quebec H3X 2H9.

Visit http://www.mbfunerals.com to send a condolence.


Loretta Kuehn

1948 – 2020

Loretta Kuehn of Skiff, passed away at the Medicine Hat Hospital due to a non-COVID related illness, with family by her side on Friday, November 27, 2020 at the age of 71 years. Funeral arrangements to be announced when completed.

Visit http://www.mbfunerals.com to send a condolence.


BETTY LUCO

1920 – 2020

Betty Luco, born Thelma Elizabeth Borgen, passed away at 100+ years of age on November 14, 2020, of natural end of life causes.

Betty was the only child born to Austin Borgen and Catherine Ingabore Borgen (Simmons).

Betty’s greatest treasure was her family: Husband John Luco (1915-1966); son Ian (1954-2012), Brenda, Shane & Danielle, Geoffrey, Cody, Garrett; daughter Cheryl, Spencer, Gary; daughter Mary Lynne, Darilyn; daughter Thelma, Bruce, Alli, Rebecca & Shaun, and so many loved ones who came before. She enjoyed the best extended family-in-laws, nieces and nephews, that one could ever know. We all loved her. Her Betty smile warmed our hearts.

Betty was a teacher for nearly 40 years in several schools, including Coalhurst, Nobleford, Picture Butte, White and McNally. She appreciated the young people she got to know, always wanting them to succeed.

Betty loved to read and play cards, had hidden artistic talents, could garden 160 acres, fix sump pumps and fences, shovel country driveways, and host the best Christmas Eve parties and summer picnics, while raising four kids much on her own, and teaching full-time.

Selfless, giving and kind, Betty was the epitome of a strong, capable woman, who taught values and gave so much.

Love to you, mom. We will miss you here on earth. God bless you.

A memorial will be held in the springtime in Lethbridge, Alberta.

Email to connect:

lucochat@protonmail.com


NANCY PHELAN

It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Nancy Phelan, on November 16, 2020, at Riverview Health Centre in Winnipeg, MB at the age of 65, after a brief but courageous battle with cancer.

Nancy is predeceased by her loving husband John Robert (Jac) Phelan, her father Blair Chisholm, and her sister-in-law Joyce Brownrigg.

She will be deeply missed by her son Gregory Phelan (Diana), her grandchildren Kadin and Asher Phelan all of Winnipeg, MB, her mother Frances Chisholm of New Glasgow, NS, her sisters Mary MacNevin of Halifax, NS and Anne Chisholm (Robert Walsh) of New Glasgow, NS, her brothers Sandy Chisholm (Kathleen) and James Chisholm (Pauline) both of Sydney, NS, her sisters-in-law Frances Czens of Surrey, BC, Teresa Fitzner of Halifax, NS, Margaret MacDonald of Antigonish, NS and Barb Trépanier (Pete) of Gatineau, QC, and her brother-in-law Jim Phelan of Church Point, NS, as well as many nieces and nephews.

Nancy was born in Sydney, Nova Scotia, and grew up in Nova Scotia before moving to Alberta with her husband early in her adult life. She worked for numerous retail outlets during her career, retiring as a store manager from Dollar Tree in 2018 before moving to Winnipeg to be closer to her son, daughter-in-law and grandchildren.

A celebration of life will be held on December 4th at 2:00 p.m. central time. Because of Covid restrictions only immediate family will be able to attend in person. The celebration will be able to be viewed live online http://www.livememorialservices.com/Home/ServiceDetail/8121 Password: Nancy, please use Google Chrome for the best viewing experience.

The family would like to extend their appreciation to the staff on the Palliative Care ward at Riverview Health Centre for their kindness and compassionate care for Nancy during her final weeks.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Nancy’s memory to Riverview Health Centre, 3 East.

For those who wish to sign the online Guest Book please visit http://www.chapellawn.ca

Chapel Lawn Funeral Home

204-885-9715


NEILSON

DAVID BARCLAY NEILSON, beloved husband of the late Mabel Neilson, passed away at Chinook Regional Hospital on Friday, November 27, 2020 at the age of 102 years.

Funeral arrangements will be announced once completed.

To send a condolence, please visit

http://www.cornerstonefuneralhome.com


1930 – HELEN NICOLL – 2020

Helen Nicoll of Foremost passed away on November 26, 2020 at the age of 90 years, beloved wife of the late Gordon Nicoll. She leaves to cherish her memory four children, Bruce (Marion) Nicoll of Regina, Joan (Dirk) Senneker of Lethbridge, Bill Nicoll of Foremost, and Gail (Dan) Knoepfle of Colorado Springs; nine grandchildren; fifteen great grandchildren; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her parents, Justina and Cornelius Martens; her husband, Gordon Nicoll on May 19, 2003; one granddaughter; and twelve brothers and sisters. A private family graveside service will take place on Tuesday, December 1, 2020 in Foremost cemetery. Those who wish to remember Helen Nicoll with a donation, may do so to the Pleasant View Lodge, (Bag 6700 Bow Island, AB T0K 0G0). To e-mail an expression of sympathy, please direct it to: office@pattisonfuneralhome.com subject heading: Helen Nicoll, or you may visit http://www.pattison funeralhome.com and leave a message of condolence.

Arrangements are by the

PATTISON FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORIUM

540 South Railway St. SE,

Medicine Hat T1A 2V6.

Please call 1-866-526-2214 for

further information.


PARASCAK

It is with heavy hearts and great sadness we announce that Wendy Parascak beloved wife of Rick Parascak, (Berglund, Sanders) passed away peacefully on November 19th, 2020, surrounded by family and love. Her memorial will be held at a later date when we can all gather and celebrate her life together. Please join us on the Christensen Salmon Generations website for more information. “Aloha Oe”!

To send condolences please visit http://www.generationsfh.ca.


Brent Renner
1955 – 2020

Brent Allan Renner, beloved husband of Donna Renner, passed away in Prince George, British Columbia on Tuesday, November 24, 2020 at the age of 64 years.
Further information will follow once arrangements have been finalized.
Arrangements in care of Southland Funeral Chapel, Taber. Telephone: (403) 223-8778.


Elsa Maria Theresia Schmidt

(née Zieher)

Passed peacefully in Ottawa, in the care of her daughter Angela and family, on Friday, November 20, 2020, at the age of 92.

Elsa is predeceased by her beloved husband of 49 years, Albert (2010), her parents Karl and Franziska (née Rapp) Zieher and 3 sisters. She is survived by daughter Angela (Kenn) Rodzinyak, sons Karl (Jenny), Roland (Elaine), and Lothar, her 6 granddaughters Kristyn, Daphne, Celina, Jordyn, Mackenzie, and Hannah, as well as 5 nieces, 2 nephews, several great-nieces and nephews in Germany and sister-in-law Herta Glück (née Schmidt) in South Africa.

Due to Covid restrictions a private service will be held on Saturday December 5, 2020 at 10 A.M.,

The link and instruction for the Livestream will be on https://www.salmonandsons.ca/

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Alzheimer’s Society of Canada.


STEINKE, Warner Daniel Skelly

January 24, 1974 – Calgary, Alberta

November 21, 2020 – Pincher Creek, Alberta

Warner Daniel Skelly Steinke passed away on Saturday, November 21, 2020 as the result of a tragic accident at home, on his land. Beloved son of Warner and the late Joy (Skelly) Steinke, beloved brother to Alexandra and Claudia Steinke, and cherished uncle to Ryker Steinke.

Warner was named after his dad and both his grandfathers, and he happened to be born on his Grandpa Skelly’s birthday, January 24th. Even though he never knew his grandpa, above all else, he inherited his same kindness and decency.

“Little Warner,” as he was sometimes called, or “Tank,” a nickname dad gave him that stuck, was definitely his father’s son, and that could be both a good thing and a bad thing. With mom’s charm, her eyes and her smile, he was often quietly entertaining with his dry, blunt sense of humour, easy to love, but not always easy to get along with, and quick to laugh.

As mom used to say, “When Warner was good, he was really good, but when he was bad he was horrid.” And his laugh was warm, oh so warm, and welcoming.

When he was little, he was always moving, always busy, so much so that our mom took him to the doctor once wondering if he might be hyperactive. As they sat in the waiting room, another little boy came in and according to mom, was literally climbing the walls. Warner, well behaved and curious, sat quietly watching in amazement at the other boy’s antics. When they were called in for their appointment, our mom actually apologized for wasting the doctor’s time explaining that, after watching the boy in the waiting room, she realized she made a mistake.

People who really know Warner have said how truly likeable he was, that he had the biggest heart a guy could have. Oddly enough, even though he knew how to fight from his hockey days he was often the peacemaker among his friends and between his two sisters. You could run into him on the street, and even if you hadn’t spoken to him for months, he talked to you as if he’d just seen you the other day.

Warner loved riding horses with dad, quadding with his nephew and cutting acres and acres of grass at the farm, as he was very particular about the yard, always wanting it to look nice.

School was never Warner’s thing, but he was so smart in ways that have nothing to do with books. Our brother knew every back road (thanks to dad) from Calgary to the border, northern Alberta, northern British Columbia and wherever the oil patch would take him.

You never got lost if you were with Warner out in the middle of nowhere. In fact, if you were looking for someplace or someone, especially in Southern Alberta, just call Warner. If anyone could find them, he would. He once came home after weeks working out of town and found our mom at the doctor’s office when she hadn’t even told anyone she would be there. When he strolled in nonchalantly, she looked up, laughed and just shook her head.

Claudia and I were proud to introduce him to people because he just had a way about him that made you feel proud. He was unfailingly polite to strangers, considerate of all people (maybe except sometimes towards his sisters), quite happy to chat, and would shovel the neighbor’s sidewalks every time he shoveled our own.

Warner was the one who gave you his chair and held the door for you. If he saw someone struggling to open a heavy door or gather up a spilled bag of groceries, he was right there. No one had to ask him to do it. So many times, we’d be walking and I’d be looking one way and he’d be looking another. If I saw someone struggling, all I had to say was: “Warner………….”. He would turn his head in my direction, see what I was looking at, and off he’d go to help.

Always humble and kind.

He really did not like conflict and this showed itself in the way he would always try to lighten the mood, especially if Claudia was arguing with someone. It’s a family joke that Warner does everything he can to avoid going to places like Tim Horton’s Drive-Through with Claudia because she can be sharp, and has no patience with poor service quality, while often expressing amazement that not everyone knows what a serviette is. He cringed every time.

He was the one who ran to help the elderly man who got his wheelchair stuck on the curb, and the one who I always felt safer with somehow. I may have been his safe harbour sometimes, but he was mine too. Going to a store with Warner was something I enjoyed because I didn’t have to figure out parking or what is the best way to get across the parking lot. He would always stand close to me to make sure I got in and out of the car, confidently grasping my hand as we walked into and out of the store. That’s our brother.

Warner would probably tell you that his most important role ever was that of uncle. And he adored his nephew, Ryker Manuel Warner Steinke. Warner once said of Ryker’s birth, “I didn’t see that one coming…” But when Ryker came, Warner tried hard to do what all good uncles do. He showed up.

He showed up in the delivery room, to hold my hand even though he really couldn’t handle the sight of blood. Having little to no experience with babies, he made it clear to the doctor that he didn’t want to go into the operating room until he absolutely had to, he didn’t want to hold him, and please don’t ask him to cut the cord. But from the first time Warner held his nephew in his arms till the last conversation he had with Ryker the night before his accident, this boy was his best buddy, his co-pilot, his girl-magnet, his confidante, his pride and his joy.

‘ONCLE’, as Ryker called him, was not known for his calmness or patience, but he showed up on good days and bad, he showed up for the fun stuff and never turned down a chance to hit the road with Ryker, to try a new place or activity, to do Lego together or sneak out to grab Taco Time.

Warner laid the foundation for his nephew’s future driving skills travelling down the backroads with Ryker in his lap, steering, just as our dad did with him. Ask Ryker today what his Oncle taught him when driving and he says six simple words: “Keep your eyes on the road.”

Warner and his lookalike nephew made the best of the almost six years they had to get to know each other, as they embarked on many little adventures just the two of them could share. Even though Warner’s time on this earth was unexpectedly short, and his personal struggles clouded way too many of his days, he loved us with all his heart.

And we love and adore him. Always.

There’s an old proverb that goes like this: “When you were born, you cried and the world rejoiced. Live your Life in such a manner that when you die, the world cries, and you rejoice.”

I imagine him waking up in heaven, wondering what is going on, where he is, all of the sudden he finds himself wondering why he feels so calm…no anxiety, no pain, his beat-up shoulders and aching back don’t hurt anymore. His brain isn’t foggy anymore. Someone is sitting beside him as he wakes, I don’t know who, maybe his good friend Bryan, maybe Grace and Charlie, maybe Uncle Chris or Auntie Ruby or maybe all of them. But whoever is there beside him, Warner knows them immediately and he can’t believe his eyes. They talk and laugh and hug and joke as if they have never been apart, and then one of them shows him the door.

Someone, probably Uncle Chris, nudges him forward.

‘ “Keep your eyes on the road, Tank.”

He looks back, confused, but they keep motioning for him to go forward. He slowly follows the path at his feet. When he looks up, he can see someone else coming toward him in the distance, but he still can’t decipher who that might be. Closer….Closer. All of the sudden, he knows, He UNDERSTANDS and the RELIEF on his face….

RELIEF…Absolute relief, tears of JOY, and pure uncomplicated happiness that has been lying dormant for years. Mom and Warner, together again.

We love you, Tank.

Humble and Kind by Tim McGraw is a song that Warner listened to often and it so perfectly speaks to the person he was. In his honour, if you could take a few minutes in your day to listen and reflect, we know Warner would love that.

A private evening to Honour Warner will be held at his cabin in January. Condolences, memories and photos may be shared and viewed on Warner’s obituary at http://www.McInnisandHolloway.com.

In living memory of Warner Steinke, a tree will be planted in the Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area by McINNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES, Fish Creek, 14441 Bannister Road SE, Calgary, AB T2X 3J3, Telephone: 403-256-9575.


Isolda Vaselenak

1928 – 2020

Mrs. Isolda Vaselenak of Coaldale, beloved wife of the late Mr. Albert Vaselenak passed away peacefully with family by her side at Coaldale Long Term Care Facility on Monday, November 23, 2020 at the age of 91 years.

A Private Family service will be held with burial in the Mountain View Cemetery.

Flowers or a memorial donation in Isolda’s name may be made to the Coaldale Long Term Care Facility, 2100 11th St, Coaldale, AB T1M 1L2.

Visit http://www.mbfunerals.com to send a condolence.


WENDELBOE

MAURICE SIDNEY WENDELBOE, beloved husband of Freida of Lethbridge, passed away early on November 25, 2020.

Maurice is survived by his wife, Frieda; his son, Michael Wendelboe; and his grandchildren, Erik, Paul and Emily Wendelboe. He was predeceased by his son, Sydney Wendelboe.

Maurice was born in Barons, AB on September 18, 1930. Always a caring and thoughtful man, Maurice helped his father on the family farm. He was the only son in his family, with four older sisters: Ruth Issac, Josephine Grigor, Laura Stevens and Vivian Theilman.

Maurice was characterized as a hard worker, and as such, had various occupations during his life. His first jobs were with the family farm in Barrhill, and the Picture Butte Sugar Factory. Maurice married his soulmate Frieda on June 20, 1952. Then, in 1958, Maurice built a Texaco service station in Champion, AB which he ran with his wife until the family moved to Lethbridge in 1967. When he first moved to Lethbridge, Maurice worked at the Research Station and then Co-Op Implements as a heavy duty mechanic. At age 50, in 1980, Maurice attended SAIT with his son Michael. They both obtained steam engineer certifications and with this, Maurice worked as a Steam Engineer at a Lethbridge meat packing plant until his retirement in 1995.

While he was retired from his formal occupation, he could never sit still and could always be found in his garage tinkering with his several projects. He had such a creative mind, being able to create works of art out of the most unassuming objects, such as old tin cans, old rims and propane cylinders. He would give his friends and family these gifts and we all treasure them.

Maurice volunteered many hours at the Chinook Regional Hospital, Lethbridge Seniors Centre and others. He devoted over 1,300 hours to his volunteering. In the summers, he would help with the harvest at the Coyote Flats Pioneer Village and was a devoted member to the Prairie Tractor and Engine Club in Picture Butte. In his free time, Maurice loved to do the Wonderword puzzles in the newspaper and spend time with his grandkids. Notably, you could see Maurice with the smile on his face when he would dance with his loving wife and soulmate Frieda at the annual Pemmican club dances. Maurice was known for his bear hugs, selflessness, humour and kindness. He was always ready to help anyone in need and worked countless hours on people’s vehicles—often for free. He will be fondly remembered by all who knew him.

A Private Funeral Service will be held at a later date.

To send a condolence, please visit http://www.cornerstonefuneralhome.com


MABEL ELEANOR WITBECK

1928 – 2020

We are saddened to announce that our mother, Mabel Eleanor Witbeck, passed away on 24 November 2020 at the age of 92. She is predeceased by her husband Teddy A. Witbeck, her parents John Moors and Florence (Elliott) Moors, her siblings Margaret (Merril) Adams, Mary (Peter) Dewar and Bob Moors and two of her children, William Ryan Finch and Laura Lee Finch. She is survived by her brother John Moors of Ottawa, Ontario, sister Ruth Rollingson of Magrath, Alberta and sister in law Jackie Moors of Lethbridge, Alberta. Together, Eleanor and her eternal companion, Teddy A. Witbeck, raised 9 children. Teddy J. and Barbara Witbeck of Raymond, Alberta, Greg (Shana) Witbeck of Vernal, Utah, Paulette (Gene) Ganz of Raymond, Alberta, Cecil (Dianne) Finch of Medicine Hat, Alberta, Mary Lou Lockridge of Edmonton, Alberta, Jo-Anne Finch of Lethbridge, Alberta, Margy Witbeck of Raymond, Alberta and Teddy (Cathy) Witbeck of Cottonwood Heights, Utah. Teddy A. and Eleanor have 28 grandchildren and 60 great grandchildren and one great great-grandchild. Including Teddy A., Eleanor and their 9 children, that makes 100 in the family. A private family Funeral Service will be held on November 30, 2020 in Raymond, AB. Live stream of the Funeral Service will be available starting at 10:45 AM on Monday, November 30, 2020. The link will appear beneath the obituary on the Christensen Salmon Generations website. http://www.generationsfh.ca

To send condolences please visit http://www.generationsfh.ca.

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