July 17th, 2024

FRIDAY, April 29, 2022

By Lethbridge Herald Obituaries on April 29, 2022.


Sandra “Sandy” Jean Bradley (McAdam) passed away peacefully on April 20th, 2022 at her home in Lethbridge, AB.

Sandy was born on September 25th, 1947 to Thomas and Ouida McAdam in Lethbridge, AB. She was the baby of the family for a time (to her dismay, I’m sure), and the first to be born in Canada. Sandy never had a problem making friends, or being the center of attention. She had the kind of natural charisma that so many people can only dream of having, so much so that even her stubborn-ness, constant sass, and lack of filter couldn’t deter people away. Simply put, she was an incredibly likeable person. She was also, in the words of many, a complete and total troublemaker – I think it’s best if we leave those stories for another time.

Sandy had a long-running career as a meat wrapper, first starting her career at Woodwards and eventually moving on to Safeway years later. She stayed in her position at Safeway for many years, until she moved on to the deli department before her retirement. She always spoke fondly of her Safeway family, and was well loved in return even after her retirement.

Sandy loved horses, dogs, and cats. She always had to have one of those 3 at any given time, if not 2. At one point she unfortunately received a permanent ban from the pound… At least, that’s what we told her. As well as her fondness for animals (and bugs, the nice kind), Sandy had many passions as well. She loved gardening, painting, drawing, embroidery, and a multitude of other crafting projects. She had a certain spark for creativity, one that she thankfully passed on to her daughter, granddaughter, and great-grandchildren alike.

Sandy is the loving mother of Tammy Bradley and Shannon Calderwood, as well as the grandma of Cherron Desautels, and great-grandma of Freya Forster and Kol Desautels. She is the “favorite” sister to Maureen (Bill) Matson, Roger (Dixie) McAdam, Cicine (Francis) Smith, Betty Carbert (Darrell Piehl), and Sue (Andy) Reeves. She has many nieces, nephews, and great-nieces/nephews as well who all held a special place in her heart. She will be missed as well by her special friend (ahem, ex-husband), Tim Bradley.

Sandy was pre-deceased by her parents Thomas McAdam and Ouida McAdam (Bohm), as well as her son-in-law Todd Desautels.

There will be a celebration of life held for Sandy on Saturday, April 30th at 1pm, at the Christensen Salmon Generations Funeral Home in Lethbridge, AB. All are welcome to attend. Blue jeans are highly recommended.

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


Clifford Fair (Brown Chief Calf), passed away on April 26, 2022 in Lethbridge, AB at the age of 55 years. The Wake Service will be on Monday, May 2, 2022 at White Calf Hall, Stand Off from 6:00 – 11:00 pm.

The Funeral Service will be held at White Calf Hall, Stand Off on Tuesday, May 3, 2022 at 11:00 am. Interment to follow at St.

Catherine’s Cemetery.

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

Elsie Groves

1927 – 2022

Mrs. Elsie Groves of Lethbridge, beloved wife of the late Mr. Maurice Hilton Groves, passed away peacefully at St. Therese Villa on Saturday, April 23, 2022 at the age of 94 years.

Elsie was born to George and Maria Friesen on November 26, 1927 in Hepburn, Saskatchewan. Her parents emigrated from Russia and Elsie was the first child born in Canada. She is one of 11 children born to George and Maria; Maria “Mary”, George, Benjamin, John “Sandy”, Margaret, Henry “Hank”, Tina, Jake, Anne and Peter. Mom attended school in rural Vauxhall and finished grade 8 after which time she moved to Calgary and worked as a professional maid to a home in Mount Royal. Upon returning to Lethbridge, she met Maurice in church and they were married shortly thereafter. Mom loved to sew all of her children’s clothes, including Easter, Christmas, graduation gowns and wedding dresses. She had incredible talent. Mom also was the Sunday School Superintendent for the Church of the Nazarene and loved all children.

Besides her husband Maurice, Elsie was pre-deceased by her parents George and Maria; brothers Ben, George, Sandy, Henry, Jake; sisters Mary, Margaret and Tina.

Elsie is survived by her daughters Diane, Carol, Linda, Sherry; sons Barry, Keith; grandchildren Shawn, Sheri-Lynne, Jordan, Jennifer, Janine, Tammy, Tracy, Tyler, Kimberly, Ken, Myrandha; sister Anne; brother Peter and 14 great-grandchildren.

A Funeral service will be held at 1:00pm on Friday, April 29, 2022 at MARTIN BROTHERS RIVERVIEW CHAPEL, 610 – 4 Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta with Pastor Mark Noonan. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. To watch Elsie’s service via livestream, please go to https://www.mbfunerals.com/obituary/Elsie-Groves and scroll to the bottom of the page.

For those who wish, memorial donations in Elsie’s name may be made to a charity of one’s choosing.

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

Martin Hudecek

1934 – 2022

Martin Frank Hudecek, beloved husband of Ann Hudecek passed away peacefully surrounded by his family at Edith Cavell Care Centre in Lethbridge on Tuesday, April 26, 2022, at the age of 88 years.

Martin was born in Knezdub, Czechoslovakia on April 18th, 1934. He leaves his loving wife of nearly 64 years, Ann, and his four children and their families: Christine (Ken Rogers) and their children Christopher (Yi Guo) and Camille; Caroline (Martin Cuffe) and their daughter Sarah; Michael (Wendy) and their children Nolan and Hayden; Nadine (David Granson) and their children Emily, Brandon, and Dylan. Martin was pre- deceased by his parents Mary (Babicek) and Martin Hudecek, and his brother, Ladislav and his sister, Marie, both of whom passed away as young children.

Martin was four when he came to Canada with his parents. They settled in the Readymade area, where Martin grew up and helped his father on the farm.

After high school, Martin apprenticed as a mechanic. He met the love of his life, Ann, and they married in Coaldale in 1958. They had four children, Christine, Caroline, Michael, and Nadine, and enjoyed numerous family adventures, including many camping trips, Waterton picnics, and horse shows. Martin was a volunteer fire fighter for the town of Coaldale for over 10 years. From 1960 to 1981, he was a trustee and chairman of the Coaldale Separate School District Board. Martin worked as an auto mechanic in several service stations before managing a Pacific 66/Petro-Canada service station in Lethbridge. He then opened his own auto repair shop before finishing his career at the Lethbridge College.

In 1999, he retired and enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren, taking several trips, including a tour of Alaska, and a Europe trip that included a return to his country of birth, the Czech Republic. He loved tinkering and fixing things in his back garage.

Martin’s family is grateful to the staff at Edith Cavell Care Centre for their loving care, especially during his last days.

He will be forever in the hearts of those who love him.

Relatives and friends are invited to pay their respects between 6:00 pm and 7:00 pm on Friday, April 29, 2022 at MARTIN BROTHERS RIVERVIEW CHAPEL, 610, 4 Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta.

A Prayer Service will be held at 7:00 PM, on Friday, April 29, 2022, at MARTIN BROTHERS RIVERVIEW CHAPEL, 610 4 Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta, led by Sharon Hagel. For those who wish to watch the service via livestream, please go to http://www.mbfunerals.com and scroll to the bottom of Martin’s obituary.

A Funeral Mass will be held at 10:00 AM, on Saturday, April 30, 2022, at ST. AMBROSE CATHOLIC CHURCH, 1513 23rd Ave, Coaldale, Alberta, with Father Ian Gagne officiating. Interment to follow in the Coaldale Cemetery. Those who wish to watch the service via livestream, please go to http://www.mbfunerals.com and scroll to the bottom of Martin’s obituary. Please note that the family requests that everyone in attendance wears a mask.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to Diabetes Canada https://www.diabetes.ca or the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada https://www.heartandstroke.ca

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

Barbara Joan Huzil (Neil)

May 15, 1948 to April 27, 2022

After a long battle with cancer, Barbara Joan Huzil of Lethbridge Alberta, in her 74th year, is finally at peace. She was surrounded by the love and warmth of her family in her final days.

Barb is survived by her three children, Torin (Tara) of Waterdown, Jennifer Ellis- Toddington (Riley) of Lethbridge and Tanis Sevrens (Josh) of Calgary and her much-loved and cherished grandchildren, Ellery and Blythe Huzil, Wyatt, Jake and Lilia Sevrens and Hayden, Owen and Reid Ellis-Toddington. She is also survived by her long-time loving partner Brian Ward, her sister Wendy and brother Bruce (Shonna).

Barb will be remembered for her warmth, patience and loving presence. She was a treasured mother, grandmother, sister, partner and friend, whose non-judgmental ability to listen and care made her a trusted confidant. Those lucky enough to know Barb, know how she made you feel…loved, accepted and truly special. We will forever remember her gentle smile and sparkling eyes.

Thank you for all the loving care provided by the staff at Jack Ady Cancer Clinic and the palliative care team, including Dr. Roth, Dr. Shukkoor and all the amazing staff of 4C at the Chinook Regional Hospital. Also, thanks to the Tom Baker team, including Dr. Cameron and Dr. de Groot. A special note of thanks to Dr. Andrea Haner for the care and compassion she has provided throughout.

There will be no funeral service. Her family will celebrate her life privately.

In lieu of flowers, on behalf of her loved furry and scaly grandbabies, Ash, Oreo, Fudgeeo, Mikey, Lemon, Philippe, Ocho and Bear-Bear, Barb asks that donation be made to the Alberta SPCA or the Last Chance Cat Ranch or a charity of your choice.


It is with an immense sadness we share that HANK LAMB, of Lethbridge, Alberta, passed away on April 20th, 2022 in Lethbridge, AB. He loved to laugh.

Hank had a distinct warmth that drew people to him. His kind eyes, brick house stature, and waist-length ponytail made him hard to miss, though he never aimed for attention. His generous ear for listening made him the best kind of company. Hank could be found bellied up to a table (always standing), Budweiser in hand, right ankle crossed over the other, leaning his forearms on the high-top, taking in the show, enjoying the company of his friends or having a quiet, content moment on his own. Hank was very loved.

Hank was born on July 1, 1954 in Calgary and grew up in Lethbridge. He spent 32 years working as an engineer with CP Rail, beginning his career on the spare board; his favourite run was to Shaunavon. Shortly after came the North pool where he would often book a little rest to join his cohorts for a cold one at the Shamrock or to catch some music at the King Eddy. Hank finished his railroading days on the East End.

Hank had a big heart and ear for music. He loved music of all kinds, and while raising his children, he filled the house with the sounds of the Tom Petty, Steve Earle, Bonnie Raitt, CCR and the Tragically Hip since as long back as we can remember. Whether it was vinyl, a tape deck or CD player, Hank’s tastes were always updated in the newest format. Delta blues, jazz, rock, country; Hank didn’t discriminate. He passed his love for music on to his children, inevitable by sheer osmosis of the reverberations felt throughout the house from the volume he played music at. The house vibrated with the sound of Stratocasters and it was the best; it meant Hank was home. He especially enjoyed Canadian artists and found great joy in taking in the local talent in Lethbridge, AB, of which he felt we were fortunate to have. Catching Greg Gomola and Paul Kype play at the Slice Bar and Grill were among his favourites.

Hank held a very special place in his heart for his friends; those he ran with growing up, those who he had the pleasure of working with at CP Rail and those he’d met while enjoying a prickly pear or clear mind. We know he truly appreciated getting to know you all and spending time in your company, and he would speak highly of each of you. Jay, Rob, Bear and Greg were among his dearest.

In his retirement, Hank took to walking the paths of Henderson Lake, trying his hand at photography, travelling the Mid-West US and west coast of Canada and living the life of leisure, often spending time with his loved ones. A content bachelor through and through, he enjoyed making his way to his favourite local haunts for lunch and a daily dose of socializing and company among his penchant for peace and solitude.

We are so thankful to all of his friends, colleagues and those who loved him like we did. You were truly family to him. It is inconceivable to accurately portray Hank’s life in this way. He was a father, a papa, an uncle, a brother-in-law, a fixer, a generous giver and dear friend to many. He lived a life that he loved. We will lovingly remember his calm, relaxed energy, easy demeanour, warmth and sense of humour. Hank will forever be in our hearts, our memories and we are thankful to have had the good fortune of making his acquaintance. He was a good man and will be missed by those who knew and loved him.

Hank is predeceased by his parents, George and Bella Lamb, and many good friends. He is survived by his loving daughter, Shonna Lamb, his sons, Scott and Kyle, his grandboys, and many good friends.

At Hank’s request there will be no formal service. We invite friends and loved ones to join us on May 12th from 6:30p – 8:30p at the Galt Museum Viewing Gallery overlooking the High Level Bridge in Hank’s honour. Drop in for a visit, share a memory, have a laugh, hoist a glass with us. This is a casual affair; Hank wasn’t a suit guy. So, wear your Hank-appropriate attire, or if you want to make his daughter smile, CP coveralls. Extra points if they smell like diesel.

Cremation has been entrusted to Evergreen Cremation Services. The family will be privately laying Hank to rest with both of his parents, with interment taking place at a later date. Please send condolences, warm words, memories and stories to: handbrakehank@gmail.com for his family to enjoy and hear about Hank from those who knew him in ways we didn’t. Condolences can also be sent via: http://www.evergreenfh.ca.

If you would like to make a gift in his honour, we invite you to donate in honour of keeping the spirit of the infamous King Eddy (home of the blues) alive. Donations can be made to the Studio Bell: National Music Centre in Calgary, where they are doing the good work of preserving Canadian Music History (donations@nmc.ca).


MAY 7, 1923 – NOV. 14, 2021


Saturday, May 7, 2022.

Lunch and Memories

at County Kitchen

1:00-3:00 PM,

1715 Mayor Magrath Dr. S.

Jake Penner

1930 – 2022

 Jake Penner of Lethbridge, passed away peacefully, surrounded by his loving family, on the morning of Tuesday, April 26, 2022 at the age of 92 years.  

 A private burial service will be held at the Westview Cemetery of Grassy Lake (formerly the Mennonite Brethren Cemetery), on Wednesday, May 4, 2022. Condolences may be forwarded by visiting our website at http://www.southlandfuneral.com. A video tribute chronicling Jake’s life will be available on his obituary page on our website starting on Wednesday, May 4, 2022.

 Left to mourn and celebrate his life are his loving children daughter Wanda Bahniuk (Stan), sons Randall Penner (Martha) and Roger Penner (Jennifer); grandchildren Thomas Penner, Megan Hyland, Matthew Bahniuk, Nicole Bahniuk, Taryn Bahniuk, Mack Penner, Austin Penner, Kale Penner, Ty Penner; great grandchildren Mitayah, Jordyn and Colter Penner, Sam and Maddie Hyland, Hazel Jordison, and Maya Kruger; brother Bill Penner (Grant Clark); brother in law Dr. Werner Pankratz (Ruth); sisters in law Joanne Penner Herron and Susie Pankratz, as well as numerous nieces and nephews and their families.  

 He was predeceased by his first wife and beloved mother of his children, Ella Penner; his second wife, Edna Penner; his parents Mary and David Penner; sisters Marie Thiessen, Freda Neuman and Erna Dyck; brothers David Penner and Willard Penner.  

 Jake was born in the family home south of Grassy Lake to David and Mary Penner on January 29, 1930. Raised in a Christian home under the faithful guidance and example of his parents, he always spoke fondly of his childhood and the relationships he shared with his six siblings. He attended Deer Park Country School and graduated from Alberta Mennonite High School, in Coaldale, as the valedictorian.  It was there he met the love of his life, Ella Pankratz. They were married in September of 1953. They were blessed with three healthy, beautiful children. Sadly, Ella passed away in 1974 following a courageous battle with cancer. Jake was remarried to Edna Andres in 1975 and they had forty seven years together until her passing in August of 2021. Following Jake’s retirement from farming he and Edna spent thirteen wonderful years in Kelowna and enjoyed winters in the warm sun of California and Arizona.

 A meticulous farmer, Jake took great satisfaction and pride in maintaining his crops, yard and home. Everything was always perfectly in its place. He was incredibly resourceful and could design, build and fix anything to which he put his mind. He generously shared his time and talents with anyone in need. As a dedicated member of the church, he served in many capacities including church choir and teaching Sunday school. 

 Jake loved to work hard and play hard and possessed an infectious vitality. He enjoyed and excelled at many sports, but was particularly passionate about tennis. Following retirement, he played almost daily, well into his eighties. He had an abiding affection for horses and treasured time spent riding and caring for them.

 A deep and enduring faith in God was reflected in the way Jake lived his life. He was a man of great integrity and was a good, kind and gentle soul. He loved his family and was a devoted husband, father and grandfather. His grandchildren adored him. He had boundless energy, he played games, told stories, sang songs and shared so many laughs. His legacy of love and family will be cherished and he will be dearly missed.  

The family would like to convey sincere gratitude to Jake’s family physician, Dr. Colin Walsh, Home Care Case Manager Janae Jakobsen, and the staff on 3C Surgery at Chinook Regional Hospital, for the wonderful medical care and compassion extended to their dear father.


SAMUEL “SAM” ISAIAH PERRY, beloved son of Jason and Melony, of Shaughnessy, passed away peacefully at Chinook Regional Hospital with family by his side, on Wednesday, April 27, 2022 at the age of 23 years.

A private family graveside will be held.

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EVELYN PICKERING, beloved wife of the late Irvine Pickering, passed away peacefully at St. Michael’s Health Centre, on Sunday, April 24, 2022 at the age of 93 years.

A Funeral Service will be held at CORNERSTONE FUNERAL HOME, 2825 – 32 Street South, Lethbridge, AB, on Wednesday, May 4, 2022 at 12:00 P.M. with Patrick Siedlecki officiating.

Evelyn will be laid to rest during a private Graveside Service with her beloved husband Irvine in Mountain View Cemetery.

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ALEXANDER “ALEX” FREDERICK PSIKLA, of Lethbridge, beloved husband of the late Marjory Psikla, passed away peacefully at Adaptacare on Monday, April 25, 2022 at the age of 94 years.

Alex was predeceased by his dear wife Marge, parents and younger sister Joana.

He is survived by his younger brother Ernest and his wife Reta, many cousins, nephews, nieces, close friends and family members of his wife Marge, his business partner and one time student Gordon Mueller along with his longtime close friend and caregiver Angela Hampton.

Alex was born on May 16, 1927. A kind and generous soul, he left peacefully after many years coping with diabetes and heart issues and in the end “Father Time”.

Although he was born in Coleman, his parents in search of work and stability, resided in Cranbrook BC, then Eckville, AB and finally back to the Crowsnest Pass where he resided with his family until he was 21.

After graduating high school, he worked in a local retail store in the men’s wear department followed by underground work as a timber packer and coal miner at the Greenhill mine in Blairmore.

He was fascinated by mining, loved the underground experience and decided to attend university to become a mining engineer and was later accepted by the University of Alberta in Edmonton to study engineering.

Alex did not enjoy some aspects of the course work in engineering and decided to pursue a degree in Education. Indeed, he found what he was looking for and was later awarded a degree in Education.

As an educator, he served in several capacities and achieved a principal position at the Vulcan Composite High School. However, he found little enjoyment in school administration, he loved class room teaching and chose to do “what I was trained to do and work which I love”. He went back to “the classroom”.

As a classroom teacher, he taught at schools in several Alberta communities. His first teaching position was in Picture Butte. As opportunities and chances to gain experience came, he served as a class room educator in Barr Hill, Pincher Creek, Vulcan, High River, Chestermere Lake, Calgary and in the latter 13 years of his career, Galbraith Secondary in Lethbridge. Alex retired from teaching after 30 dedicated years of service.

During his tenure in Vulcan, he met and later married, Marjory Reath another well respected classroom teacher…They enjoyed a marriage of 43 years until her untimely death. They had no children aside from an infant daughter stillborn.

Besides being a dedicated teacher, Alex was a devout Christian and student of the Bible. He read the Bible several times and in the last months of his life, enjoyed his longtime close friend and caregiver, Angela Hampton reading aloud from the Bible to him.

Although Alex was deeply religious, he never did “push” religion on anyone. He would engage in religious discussion and debate but never attempted to persuade others to change and accept his perspectives. He was a member of the Park Meadows Baptist Church congregation in Lethbridge.

Alex was quite musical and played the drums for a dance band that he and his high school buddies put together. At university he participated in sports, especially bowling, basketball and badminton along with his dance band performances.

In his senior years he was an outstanding five pin bowler in Lethbridge. He won numerous team and individual bowling honours, being named the “bowler of the week” was a fairly common occurrence.

Alex loved the outdoors and enjoyed fishing. He especially enjoyed travel to British Columbia spending time with his cousins and friends in pursuit of the mighty salmon and trout in the inland lakes.

As a member of the community, he and wife Marge supported a large number of local, provincial, national and international charitable initiatives. Both were supporters of the Chinook Regional Hospital Foundation and children’s hospital care needs.

A Visitation will be held at CORNERSTONE FUNERAL HOME, 2825 – 32 Street South, Lethbridge, AB, on Tuesday, May 3, 2022 from 10:00 A.M. to 10:45 A.M., with a Graveside Service to follow at Mountain View Cemetery, 1210 Scenic Drive South, Lethbridge, AB, at 11:00 A.M. with Pastor Dwayne Dibben officiating.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Chinook Regional Hospital Foundation (crhfoundation.ca), or a children’s charity of your choice.

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


March 4, 1941 – April 24, 2022

It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of our dad, GARRY NORTON ROBINSON. He will be reunited with his love of 60 years, our mom, Betty Anne Robinson.

Dad was born March 4, 1941, the fourth of five children to Fletcher and Ruby Robinson, and passed away on Sunday, April 24, 2022 at Chinook Regional Hospital at the age of 81 years with his daughters by his side. Left to cherish Dad’s memory are his two daughters Carey (Dwight) Yanke and Rochelle (Kevin) Kasperski and his two grandchildren Jon and Sarah Kasperski. Dad is survived by his brother Darrel (Mary Ann); his sisters-in-law Gladys Orich, Judy (Ray) Bouchard, Donna Robinson; as well as many loving nieces and nephews.

Dad was predeceased by his wife Betty Anne Robinson; his parents Ruby and Fletcher Robinson; sister Roberta Ellis and brother-in-law Roy Ellis; sister Joan Carthen and brother-in-law Walter Carthen; brother Don (Tex) Robinson; and brother-in-law John Orich.

Dad was born in Lethbridge but spent the beginning of his life living in the Waterton RCMP detachment as his late father Fletcher Norton Robinson was an RCMP officer. There were many other southern Alberta towns that dad lived as his father was transferred with the Mounties, including Magrath where his grandkids were raised.

Dad married the love of his life, Betty Anne Chomicki, September 15, 1962 and they spent their whole lives living and working in Lethbridge. After graduating from SAIT, dad co-owned and operated several automotive businesses including British Leyland and Saab dealerships. He was a talented mechanic and he passed much of his knowledge to his daughters. Dad was a problem solver and it seemed he could fix or build anything!

There was never a dull moment with Dad; he was always a busy guy! At home he loved carpentry and renovations, as well as gardening. He always made our home a beautiful place to live. He loved teaching his daughters, and later his grandkids, how to build and fix things. Besides his kindness, Dad taught us how to work hard and be generous.

Hockey was an important part of dad’s life. In his younger years he did some coaching and later became one of the first members of the Lethbridge Hockey Hounds. Dad spent countless hours volunteering to support many hockey programs in Lethbridge. So many cherished friendships blossomed through his work with the Hockey Hounds and these members were important people in his life.

Golfing was another of dad’s favourite activities. After he retired you could find him with his buddies on the golf course. He was a longtime member of Henderson Lake Golf Club and spent many hours there with cherished friends. Dad was also a life-time member of the Lethbridge branch of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Lethbridge Hurricanes Education Fund, 2-2510 Scenic Drive S, Lethbridge, AB, T1K 7V7 or etransfer to finance@lethbridgehurricanes.com

A private family service will be held at a later date.

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

Elaine Wielenga

1941 – 2022

Mrs. Elaine Wielenga of Lethbridge, beloved wife of Mr. Brian Wielenga, passed away at Chinook Regional Hospital on Tuesday, April 26, 2022 at the age of 81 years.

In keeping with Elaine’s wishes, a private family service will be held. Cremation has been entrusted to Martin Brothers Funeral Chapels.

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

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