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By Lethbridge Herald Obituaries on November 29, 2023.

TWIGG, Chantelle TWIGG With broken hearts and crushed spirits, we the family of Chantelle Ann Twigg sadly announce her sudden passing at the tender age of 24, on November 16th, 2023, in Calgary Alberta. It came as a shock and heart wrenching sorrow to be notified of her passing. Chantelle leaves to mourn her Twigg and Humphry families. Although they were in their adopted homes her 2 children Aria Clare, and Chase Shade whom she loved and adored enough to let live with more appropriate family members. Also left to mourn are her siblings Brittany, John, and Celina Twigg. Her special adopted siblings Keelie (Casey) Scout, Coleman Twigg, Casey (Bryan) Quinton, Antonio (Jodi) Twigg, Christian (Kaitlyn) Twigg, CJ Twigg, Tarasina (Cobin) Youngpine (deceased), Michael (Brittany) Twigg, Shania (Charlie) Soup, Jayden Soup, Keenan Soup, Abigail Twigg (deceased), Yolanda Alexander (deceased), Riley Twigg and Dylan Twigg (deceased). Her special adopted mom Carolyn Twigg, her grandmother Bernadette Davis, her aunts and uncles Roxanne (Alfie) Lowhorn, Annette Twigg, Michelle (Byron) Bruisedhead, Desiree Auger, Leslie Humphry, Brandy Bellhumer, Leo Paul, Clayton, Cory, Wayne (Tiffany) Twigg. Her great aunts and uncles Veronica (Ray) Brewer, Christine Bigthroat, Linda Bellhumer, and Pat Bellhumer. She also leaves behind to mourn her passing, her nieces and nephews Kaydence, Jasmin, Joshua, Christina, Tina, Annette, Aliyah, Rhonda, Lane, Chloe, and Lacey. She is predeceased by her parents Joshua Levi and Christel Lee Twigg, one sibling Lane Twigg. Her Grandparents James and Celina Twigg, Chris and Rhonda Humphry. And her auntie Kris Twigg and Lenora Geraldine Twigg.
Chantelle was born on January 25th to her parents Joshua Levi and Christel Twigg, she resided with her parents until she was 8 years old when she moved in with her aunt Carolyn Twigg. She lived with her auntie until she was 15 years old before moving back to her parents in Fort Macleod. Chantelle in her early years resided on the blood reserve before moving to Lethbridge, Coalhurst, and Fort Macleod Alberta. Chantelle received her education at Saipoyi Elementary, Father Leonard Van Tighem, and Coalhurst High schools. During her school years Chantelle was extremely athletic and was a part of many sports teams, in grade 5 she played basketball and volleyball at FLVT. She also played for her grade 7 basketball team for Coalhurst High, and even joining the Coalhurst Soccer team. Upon completion of her schooling she received employment at Bouvry in Fort Macleod.
She was extremely outgoing with many friends and often got into mischief. Growing up she was cute and was always full of laughter. The family always enjoyed poking fun with her because she had a good sense of humour. She had a diva personality but was also loving and kind. She was small but never shied away from a fight. When she lived with her auntie Carolyn, she was respectful and compliant and did not infringe on household rules. Chantelle’s life was moving in the right direction, and she had a lot of dreams and plans for the future for herself and her 2 children. When her dad passed suddenly due to a heart attack, Chantelle became despondent as she was unable to cope with his death, eventually she fell into a dark path. No amount of love, pleading, encouragement and advice would lead Chantelle back to her family. She eventually moved to Calgary where she lost her life due to her addictions. We are left with the “if only’s” to ponder with for the rest of our lives. She has entrusted in us, 2 beautiful children to compensate for those moments when her passing is unbearable. It gives us great comfort to know that Aria and Chase will be adequately loved and cared for by their adopted families, Naomi and Chris Shade and Carolyn Twigg.
A wake service will be held at the Tanner Senior Centre, Cardston on Wednesday, November 29th, 2023 from 6:00pm – 9:00pm. The funeral service will be held at The Immaculate Conception Church (St Mary’s Catholic Church) Blood Reserve, on Thursday November 30th, 2023 at 11:00am. Interment at the Twigg Family Cemetery.
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TWIGG, Lenora TWIGG It is with tremendous sorrow and profound sadness that we the Twigg Family announce the sudden passing of our precious mentor, Lenora Geraldine Twigg following a brief but valiant fight against Cancer. Geri lost her fight when she silently slipped away from us on November 21, at 11:30 am at the Chinook Regional Hospital. We are left to mourn the insurmountable grief of her sudden passing from this world and encountering her precious Savior, Jesus Christ for the first time. Geri leaves behind to mourn her regrettable demise, wholeheartedly are her beloved children who were taught by their mother to love as God loves, Becky (Duce), Antonio (Jodi), Marley (Darwin) and Christian (Kaitlyn). Her adopted children that she loved unconditionally, Naomi (Chris) Shade, Casey (Bryan) Quinton, Jamie Wells, Coby Alexander, Warren (Cathy) Twigg, Michael (Brittany) Twigg, Denny Tailfeathers, Gerald Marcoux, Paul Goodstriker. Her beloved siblings who can not imagine a life without their beautiful and fun-loving sister, Patrick (Delia) Twigg, Bernadette Davis, Carolyn and Annette Twigg, Roxanne (Alfie) Low Horn. Wayne (Tiffany), Clayton and Cory Twigg. Her very special siblings who meant the world to her, Debbie Melting Tallow, Jennifer No Runner, Noreen Wolf Child, Jeanine and Joyce First Rider, Dolly Rose (Horace) Day Chief, Ardith Wells, Michelle (Byron) Bruised Head, Eulalia Running Rabbit and Lavina (Winston) Bruised head. Her precious grandchildren whom she was extremely proud of, Raelee, Chevon, Isabella, Kieren, Aidan, Trielle, Ty, Max Twigg, Shakira, Lola, Hunter and Liam Pilling, Baby Darwin Charley, Malachi, McKinley, Mckenna Twigg. She also leaves behind her aunties and uncles, Veronica (Ray) Brewer, Donald Big Swallow, Christine Big Throat, Harriet Wells, Charlie (Marge) Small Face, Laura Gervais, Henry Big Throat, and Linda (Darryl) Three Persons,
Geri was welcomed into this world by her parents, James and Celina Twigg. A special and welcomed edition to her family as she came following the tragic loss of her older brother, Fritze. She was adored by her maternal and paternal grandparents, Harry and Clara Big Throat and James and Margaret Twigg. She spent a lot her time with Grandma and Grandpa Twigg therefore developing a treasured relationship with them and her sidekick Pat Twigg whom she considered a biological brother. Pat helped shape Geri into the athlete she would become. Geri attended her formative years residing in the Bullhorn area and attending St Mary’s Residential School. She excelled in her academic studies until she graduated from high school. During her school days, Geri excelled in rodeo, basketball, cheerleading and volleyball. She entered the girls steer riding, won her share in the barrel racing winning her share of belt buckles but her proudest moment was when she won the buckle for Father/daughter Ribbon Roping alongside her daddy, James Twigg. Geri was an outstanding cheerleader for the boy’s varsity basketball team as she could harmonize with her teammates. She cheered the St Mary’s Warriors to a lot of basketball championships.
Geri began her married life shortly after she finished high school where she met and fell in love with Clifford Wells and together, they had two handsome children, the late Russell Scott and Becky Lou, when this relationship ended she married Art Gales, and had three more good-looking children, Antonio, Marley and Christian.
Following high school, Geri entered the beginning of her post secondary pursuits. She attended Lethbridge Community College in the office management program, upon completion she was hired by BTA. She worked there for several years until she accepted a position with the Blood Tribe Lands Department. She later began classes, as one of the original students at Red Crow Community College. She transferred to the University of Lethbridge pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. She became gainfully employed at BTE as an instructor in the Blackfoot Immersion Program and a Bus Driver.
Geri loved all aspects of her life. She never regretted any part of her life. Being raised a devout Catholic and holding tremendous faith in our Lord Jesus Christ. She never doubted that she would one day resurrect into the arms of her Saviour and gaze upon the beauty of Our Blessed Mother Mary. She spent her lifetime praying frequently and daily. She recited the Rosary everyday and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy. She was one of the first candidates from the Bloods to do her Cursillo. She developed Youth Programs and Youth Camps. She taught catechism for the First Holy Communicants, the highlight being when she witnessed children receiving Jesus for the first time. She also taught Baptismal preparation. She drove teenagers in her dad’s bus to various retreats around Alberta including Lac Ste Anne. Geri believed in attending mass regularly and became a Eucharistic Minister. Geri loved and looked forward to every event in the liturgical year.
Geri has gone home to rejoin her loved ones who predeceased her. Her parents James and Celina Twigg, her son Russell Scott Twigg, her siblings, Doreen, Leonard, Antonio, Charles, Sheldon & Kimberley, Joshua Twigg. Her grandparents, Harry and Clara Big Throat, James and Margaret Twigg, her beloved godmother, Beatrice Big Swallow. Numerous aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.
A wake service will be held at the Tanner Senior Centre, Cardston on Wednesday, November 29, 2023 from 6:00 0- 9:00pm. The funeral service will be held at The Immaculate Conception Church (St Mary’s Catholic Church) Blood Reserve, on Thursday November 30, 2023 at 11:00am. Interment at the Twigg Family Cemetery.
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WEVERS, Gerrit GERRIT JAN WEVERS 1933 – 2023 On Saturday, November 25, 2023, Gerrit Jan Wever, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Wemeltje Wevers, passed away in Lethbridge, Alberta at Chinook Regional Hospital at the age of 90 years.
Gerrit was born in Marienberg, Overijssel, Netherlands.
A Memorial Service will be held at 2:00pm on Friday, December 1, 2023, at MARANATHA CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH, 260 McGill Blvd. West, Lethbridge, Alberta. A private family interment will be held prior in the Mountain View Cemetery. Pastor Jim Zondervan, officiating.
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DANIELSON, James JAMES DANIELSON 1947 – 2023 Mr. James Abraham Danielson of Lethbridge, Alberta, passed away on November 25, 2023, at the age of 76 years.
Cremation has been entrusted to Martin Brothers Funeral Chapels.
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JAROKOSKY, George JAROKOSKY GEORGE JAROKOSKY, beloved husband of Rose Jarokosky, passed away on Tuesday November 28, 2023 at the age of 94 years.
As per his request, no funeral service will be held.
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CASWELL, Teresa CASWELL TERESA DENISE CASWELL, of Lethbridge, passed away unexpectedly at her home, on Monday, November 20, 2023 at the age of 63 years.
Teresa is survived and dearly loved by her sister, Gloria Rutherford; son, Ryan (Betty) Knight; her grandchildren: Alexis, Miley, Avery, and Jameson; as well as her niece, Elneth (Adam) Rutherford and her great-niece, Isabelle and great-nephew, Sean. She will also be fondly remembered and cherished during backyard fires and gatherings by her closest friends, Heather and Ken Mathison, whom Teresa was forever appreciative of having the time to spend with them.
She was predeceased by her mother, Helen and brother, Kelvin.
Teresa was born July 20, 1960 in Blairmore, Alberta. She graduated from the Red Seal Chef program in 1978, and shortly after, began her tenure at the Crowsnest Pass Hospital, where she enjoyed working until her retirement in 2014. After nearly 35 years of service (1979-2014), she continually increased her love of cooking and food and friendships. She remained in Crowsnest Pass until the passing of her brother Kelvin. She then moved to Lethbridge, Alberta, where she felt her heart belonged and where she made a lasting impact in the BINGO community!
Teresa had a wonderful, sparkling personality, and will be missed for a heart full of laughter and a positive outlook on life, that she tried to share and encourage in others every day. There is no one who knew her that will ever forget her lust for life and connections to others. From her annual hosting of Thunder in the Valley, those that loved and cherished her will always remember Teresa for making them a part of her life, because it was bringing people together, and sharing what she felt life had to offer, that was the most precious and integral aspect of who Teresa was.
Every moment with her was a marvelous one, and there is no one who knew her that did not consider themselves lucky to be included in her life!
“I woke last night to the sound of thunder How far off I sat and wondered? Started hummin’ a song from 1962 Ain’t it funny how the night moves?” -Bob Seger A celebration of life will be announced at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation (heartandstroke.ca)

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NEILSON, Marilyn NEILSON MARILYN JEAN NEILSON, passed away with family at her side in Lethbridge, Alberta on Saturday, November 25th, 2023 at the age of 69 years.
A Memorial Service will be held at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Stirling, Alberta on Friday, December 1st at 4:00 p.m.
Friends may meet the family at the church on December 1st, from 3:00 to 3:55 p.m. prior to the Service.
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NASH, Haydon NASH It is with extreme sadness that the family of HAYDON KIETH NASH announce his unexpected passing, on Monday, November 27, 2023 at the age of 15 years.
Arrangements will be announced when completed.

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