By Lethbridge Herald Obituaries on October 7, 2021.
Jordan Chief Moon Sr. passed away on October 3, 2021 in Lethbridge, Alberta at the age of 75 years.
The Wake service will be from 5:00 – 8:00 pm on Friday October 8, 2021 at Legacy Funeral Home, Cardston. A Funeral Service will follow on Saturday, October 9, 2021 at 11:00 am (due to covid restrictions, 50 people only). Interment to take place in Pioneer Cemetery, Blood Reserve.
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DALE WILLIS STORDAHL
1937 – 2021
Dale Stordahl (The Candy Man) of Lethbridge, AB, beloved husband of Sally Stordahl passed away with his family by his side on Sept 30, 2021.
He is survived by his wife Sally, sons Clayton (Jackie) and Tyler (Pam), grandchildren Olivia, Duke and Knox, and sister Dalelene (Morris) Yelland. Interment will be held in Chelan, Sask.
Lai Ho Tong Fisher
1960 – 2021
Mrs. Mee-Gane “Micheline” Lai Ho Tong Fisher of Picture Butte, beloved wife of Mr. Dan Fisher, passed away at home on Thursday, September 30, 2021, at the age of 61 years.
Funeral arrangements to be announced when completed.
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Gavina Marie King
February 27, 1958 – September 28, 2021
Gavina passed away suddenly on September 28th on the Blood Reserve. She is survived by her sisters, brothers, nieces, nephews, aunts, relatives and her many friends.
Gavina attended St. Mary’s Residential School and graduated from St. Mary’s High School. Gavina loved to work and held occupations in a wide range of areas that included Corrections and until her passing, was a heavy-duty electrician. She also joined the United States Army Reserve, and trained at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, in the early 1990s; a connection to her Grandfather Nicholas King who served in World War I.
Gavina was a talented and competitive athlete and was especially proud of her time she played with the fastball team, the BTA Jays alongside her sister Carla. She was the back catcher and won various tournaments on the Blood Reserve and other Treaty 7 reserves; and as well as women’s leagues in Cardston and surrounding communities. She also played on curling teams with her sister Rhonda in bonspiels in southern Alberta. Later on, she enjoyed 8-Ball pool in the VNEA leagues in Calgary and Lethbridge. In 2010, her team won one of the Ladies Divisions in Calgary which earned them a trip to the Las Vegas International VNEA Tournament. She was also a huge sports fan, cheering on her favourite teams, the Calgary Flames and Calgary Stampeders, and was a former season ticketholder.
She also enjoyed powwows and attended many with her parents when her father, Raymond, sang with the Blood Reserve Singers. After her parents’ passing, she continued to attend powwows to support her family and friends by accompanying her Aunties, Tsuaki and Annie Davis. Her mother, Isabella, taught her how to bead at a young age and was known for her beautiful intricate work. She worked on a lot of outfits for her friends and relatives on the powwow circuit which you see today.
Gavina loved to travel and would be ready whenever her friends and family called her for a quick trip and found herself in places such as Cuba and Hawaii. Hawaii held a special place in her heart because her parents, Raymond and Isabella, travelled there and she eventually resided there for a couple of years with her sister, Thelma.
Gavina was known for her great sense of humour and her quick-witted comebacks and always found ways to make you join in her infectious laughter. Her sense of humour was due to her nature as a good observer who later told entertaining and animated stories with her own twists and funny takes. Her quiet nature held up until she would crack a joke or share a funny observation.
She led a humble life but was wealthy in her friendships and her connections she held with her relatives which was evident by her generosity. She had friends from so many different backgrounds and ages which showed how much of a people person she really was. Although she did not have children, she doted on her nieces and nephews, as well as her relatives and friends’ children. Gavina was strong-willed but was always there for us in our time of need and would help us in any way she could. She will be fondly remembered by all who knew and loved her.
Gavina will be greatly missed by her sisters: Thelma King-Murphy of Honolulu, Hawaii, Rhonda King-Blood (Charles Sr.), Carla Weasel Fat (Fred); and brothers: Klane King (Angela) and Carlton King of Toronto, Ontario; great-aunts: Mrs. Rachel Hoof, Mrs. Annie Davis; nieces and nephews: Pam (Danny), Cameron, Charmaine (Brandon), Kara, R.J., Sarah (Jermiha) and Charles Jr. (Tricia), Cherilynn (Austen), Izaiha, Brolin, Charlee, Urijah, Elijah, Alias, Jermiha Jr., Owen, Loralynn, and Aubrielle.
She was predeceased by her parents: Raymond and Isabella King; her brothers: Courtney, Raynard and Charlie; nephew, Neal; brother-in-law, Laurence; and sister-in-law, Marilyn.
She will also be missed by her extended families which include the Eagle Childs, Crow Chiefs, Eagle Plumes, Red Crows, Eagle Bears and Little Lights. Also, families from the Many Children and All Tall People Clans. The family apologizes for anybody missed.
The Wake service will be from 5:00 – 8:00 pm on Monday October 4, 2021 at Legacy Funeral Home. A Funeral Mass on Tuesday, October 5, 2021 at 11:00 am at St. Mary’s Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church, Blood Reserve (due to covid restrictions 50 people only). Interment to take place in St. Catherine’s Cemetery, Blood Reserve.
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KORVER, CORNELIS “Case”
Now if we died with Christ,
we believe that we will also live with Him. Romans 6:8
CASE KORVER passed away at the Chinook Regional Hospital on Sunday, October 3, 2021, at the age of 90 years. He was the beloved husband of Winnie for almost 60 years. He was a dear father, grandfather, and great-grandfather to Nick & Greta (Erik & Brittany, William) (Jenessa & Marco), Harry & Sharon (Jaylen & Laura) (Kendra & Justin), Randy & Lisa (Reed) (Bethany) (Elaina). He is also survived by his brothers Bill (Hilda) and Arie (Bev), sisters-in-law Ann & Hennie, brothers-in-law Fred (Margaret) Bosma and Andy (Nellie) Bosma, as well as numerous nieces & nephews.
He was predeceased by his parents Nicholas & Grace, brothers Cor & Nick, sister Grace Maheux, nephew Paul, father-in-law Andrew Bosma, brother-in-law & sister-in-law Louis & Betty Brandsma, and sister-in-law Anne Bosma.
Case was born on December 28, 1930, in Utrecht, Holland. At the age of 17, the family immigrated to Southern Alberta and lived in various communities before the family settled on a farm north of Coaldale in 1959. In March 1962, he married Winnie Bosma and they were blessed with 3 sons. In 1970, he took over the family farm and continued to farm until his retirement to Coaldale in 1996. In 2020, he & Winnie moved to Elim Village in Lethbridge.
Case was a faithful member of the Christian Reformed Church. He loved to research history and places around the world on his computer. He also enjoyed gardening, doing puzzles, listening to music, and watching sports. His greatest love was his family, and he cherished the times he spent with them.
He will be dearly missed and fondly remembered by his family and all who knew him.
A Private Family Graveside Service will be held at Mountain View Cemetery on Friday, October 8, 2021 with Pastor Jim Zondervan officiating. A public Memorial Service will be held once restrictions ease.
In lieu of flowers, donations are encouraged to Streets Alive Mission (streetsalive.ca).
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With great sadness, the family announces the passing of our Mom, Grandma and Great-Grandma, MARY OTT, in the early hours of Monday, October 4, 2021, at the age of 79 years.
Mary leaves behind to mourn her passing, her loving husband Kurt of 33 years, her children: Doriann (Darin), Cindy (Byron) and daughter-in-law Cindy; grandchildren: Ashley (Matt), Richelle (Graham), Paige (Brady), Mackenzie (Max), Matt (Teshia), Mike (Courtney), Amanda, Ryan, Justin, Andrew and Victoria (Tyler) as well as nine great-grandchildren: Emersyn, Luke, Miles, Zoe, Connor, Caleigh, Brodie, Ashton and Blake; five sisters: Ann, Shirley, Linda, Mike and Vicky; one brother, John.
Mary was predeceased by her son Jim Brau, parents Martha and Victor, four brothers: Joe, Jerry, Frank and William; one sister, Rose.
Mary Martha Catherine Krampl was born in Sarnia, ON, on February 4, 1942. She grew up the second eldest of 12 children, five brothers and six sisters. Around 1944-1945, Mary’s family moved to Onoway, AB, and after several moves over the years, eventually settled in the Diamond City / Shaughnessy area.
Mom had a zest for life matched by no other. She was always happiest when she was busy helping others or planning a party for family and friends. Mom and Kurt planned many backyard get-togethers and Oktoberfest was one of their favourites. She would plan and prepare enough food for a small army, ensuring everything was perfect and everyone was happy! Mary loved to socialize and would keep us all entertained with her knack for telling jokes. Mom had an artistic talent that shone through in all of her hobbies, such as baking, sewing, painting pictures, rock painting, flower arranging and gardening. Mom and Kurt loved attending dances at the German Canadian Club with their friends. She very much enjoyed music and dancing. Mom could and would accomplish anything she set her mind to, partly due to her stubbornness lol!
Sadly, over the years, Mom’s Parkinsons took its toll on her body, eventually leaving her wheelchair bound, and some days messed with her speech. Even through those toughest days, she would smile and manage to tell you one of her many jokes. She loved people and had a heart of gold. She would always smile and had the ability to light up any room and make those around her smile. Mom was a beautiful soul who won the hearts of all who knew her.
The family would like to thank the many home care professionals at Park Meadows Good Sams who took such amazing and compassionate care of our mom over the last four years. Lovingly naming her “Mare-Bear” and allowing her to be her outgoing self and entertaining you with her jokes.
“In love we united, in love we lived, and in love, we will be united again in heaven.” – Your loving babe, Kurt
A Funeral Service will be held on Friday, October 8, 2021 at 11:00 A.M. with Pastor Lee Loveridge officiating. The service will be live streamed and may be accessed via Mary’s obituary on the Cornerstone website.
Mary will be laid to rest in Royal View Cemetery.
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