Kenneth Burns Gibbons

December 9, 1947 – July 29, 2017

Ken will be lovingly remembered by his daughters, Lisa (Skye), Leanne (Wayne); grandsons, Mckinley, and Aidan; wife, Shelby; as well as numerous extended family and friends.


Ken was predeceased by his parents, Raymond and Mary (nee McEwan) Gibbons, and brother, David Gibbons.


Funeral Mass

Tuesday, August 15, 2017
at 11:00 am
St. John the Evangelist
9830 - 148 street
Edmonton, Alberta




St. Joachim Catholic Cemetery
10500—117 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta


“How lucky am I to have something that makes saying good-bye so hard”
A.A. Milne




Marie Rose Alma Lorraine Berglund (nee Bilodeau)

November 18, 1939 – July 1, 2017

In loving remembrance of Lorraine, her laughter, generosity and family spirit will be held by her children, Elaine (Elgar), Allen (Mary), Mandy (Jane), Michelle and Monique; her mother in-law, Madeline Berglund; grandchildren, Cody, Nigel, Simon (Brittney), Haley (Derrick),  Magdelaine (Gavin), Christopher (Michelle), Sophia, Ruegan and Loren; great grandchildren, Isabella, Gavin, Alexis, Felix, Maeve, Edixon, Hudson; and her loving siblings, extended family members and dear friends.  

Lorraine was predeceased by her husband, Melvin; her son, Kelly; and her grandson, Matthew.    

Lorraine was the first of Armand and Gertrude (nee Chalifoux) Bilodeau’s seven children. The family lived in Beaumont until Lorraine was seven. When the French-speaking family moved to Edmonton she did not speak a word of English. She quickly learned. As a young woman she was always up for an adventure and a laugh, loving trips to the lake and family gatherings and taking care of children.    

She met Mel when she was 12. They married in 1958, after she turned 18. Together with their six children, and anyone else who showed up, they had a rich and varied life, raising a family while in Edmonton, farming in Morinville, facilitating a group home in Westlock, and trucking around North America. Her resourcefulness and ability to handle any task that presented itself was something that she perhaps didn’t recognize as remarkable in herself. Using her talents of cooking, crocheting, sewing, bookkeeping, babysitting, knowledge of astrology and truck driving, she stepped side by side with Mel through thick and thin until his passing in 2013.  

She was devoted to her family and she always had open arms and a special gift for making every person feel warm, welcomed and special, like one of the family. You couldn’t go anywhere without her sharing her ready smile and striking up a conversation with the person next to her. She was a wealth of information about the family and kept loving track of every family member, which is no small feat in a family the size of hers. The many blankets she crocheted are embracing family and friends around the world. Her ‘favorite thing’ were her each of her precious grand and great grandchildren She would talk about them and go through photos of them for hours.

She was always exploring and curious, loved to read and could talk about spirituality and astrology for hours. She loved her romance novels and movies - she could read an entire paperback in an afternoon. She had a mischievous sense of humourand would be cracked up for hours, sometimes even years, when something struck her as funny. She was always up for a good time, a good visit and a good laugh. She loved her pet names, cute little sayings and clever replies. When told that she was loved, she would often reply, “I love you more”

We see Lorraine at peace, embraced by all the family she loved so very much. She was one of the most loving souls to ever grace our planet.

“We love you more, honey, we love you more.”


Celebration of Life

Friday, July 7, 2017
11:00 am
Westmount Community Hall
10970 - 127 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta

Do Not Stand at My Grave and Weep
By Mary Elizabeth Frye

Do not stand at my grave and weep
I am not there. I do not sleep.
I am a thousand winds that blow.
I am the diamond glints on snow.
I am the sunlight on ripened grain.
I am the gentle autumn rain.
When you awaken in the morning's hush
I am the swift uplifting rush
Of quiet birds in circled flight.
I am the soft stars that shine at night.
Do not stand at my grave and cry;
I am not there. I did not die.





Louella Jean Hines (nee Dyck)

January 25, 1960 – June 30, 2017

With deep sadness we announce that Louella has passed away suddenly and unexpectedly at the age of 57 years. Louella is survived by her husband, Stephen Hines; her daughter, Renee (Stephen) Isley; step-daughter, Nikka Hines; brothers, Lawrence Dyck, Raymond (Naomi Quevillon) Dyck, Richard Dyck and Adrian (Alisha Stevenson) Dyck; several special nieces and nephews, Trevor, Ryan, and Ashley to name a few; as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, extended family, and friends.

Louella was predeceased by her father, Eric Jacob Dyck of Glenbush, SK; mother, Evelyn Maureen Larsen (nee Sawyer) of Armley, SK; and her younger brother, Eugene Lloyd Dyck of Wabamun, AB.


Louella was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on January 25, 1960, at the Saskatoon City Hospital. She lived in Saskatoon for several years before her family moved to an acreage in Clavet, SK. Upon her parent’s separation Louella moved with her father to Stony Plain, AB. Years later she came back to Saskatoon where she met her 1st husband Hubert Georget and had her one and only child Renee, Hubert and Louella divorced in 1991. Louella met Bob Rayner, they married in 1994, together they moved to Red Deer, AB, and started a new life together. Louella and Bob later divorced and she moved to Edmonton in 2002, where she met Stephen Hines in 2005. Louella and Stephen moved to Stony Plain in 2006 and married in 2015. Louella easily made new friends wherever she went and kept old friends all the way back to childhood. She had a bubbly easy going nature, a heart of gold, a genuine smile, and a contagious laugh. Louella loved to play games on her iPad, and catching up on Facebook. She liked to be outside in the sun, visiting with friends, traveling to hot destinations, enjoyed camping, and spoiling her little baby (Shih Tzu) Bailey rotten!! Louella will be sorely missed by her extended family and her very many friends in many places. Cremation has taken place as per Louella’s wishes.

Memorial Service
Saturday, July 15, 2017
1:00 pm
Jubilee Hall
5124 - 53 Avenue
Wabamun, Alberta
(35 Kms West of Stony Plain on highway #16)
All are welcome, come dressed casual as Louella would have wanted everyone to be comfortable.
There will be an open microphone during service if anybody wants to say a few words.

In Lieu of flowers donations gratefully accepted by
The Lung Association, Alberta & NWT
P.O. Box 4500 Station South
Edmonton, Alberta
T6E 6K2


Hazel Fowler

July 22, 1948 – May 31, 2017

It is with great sadness the family announces the passing of Hazel Fowler on May 31, 2017 at 68 years of age. Hazel will be lovingly remembered by her husband, Arnold Fowler; daughters, Sherry Fowler, Wendy (Peter) Locke, Sandi (Kevin Tharp) Fowler, and Shannon (Andre Picard) Fowler; grandchildren, Breanne Fowler, Kelsie Spurvey, Shelby Fowler, and Austin Locke; brothers, Allan (Karen Jensen) House, Gerald (Verle) House, and Randall House; sisters, Joanne (Brian) Fraser, Brenda Lane, Cindy Wenz, and Naomi Michek; as well as numerous extended family and friends.

Hazel is predeceased by her parents, Alfred and Hilda House; grandson, Evan Fowler; and brothers, Charles House and Dale House.


To honour Hazel’s wishes cremation has taken place and there will be a private family memorial.






Marni Lynne Neveu

May 24, 1972 – May 31, 2017

Marni is lovingly remembered by her mother, Brenda; her children, Matthew, Chelsi, and  Dylan; sisters, Lori, Cheryl, and Cara; brother, Jamie; grandparents, Kent and Rosalie Law; as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins, extended family and friends.



Also left to mourn her passing is her significant other of many years, Lance Redmon.


Marni was predeceased by her father, Armand (Bisco) Neveu; and Dylan’s father, David Mah.


Celebration of Life 

 Monday, June 12, 2017

at 6:00 pm

Fountain Garden Funeral Chapel
10969 - 101 Street

Edmonton, Alberta







Funeral Director on call 24 hours a day.


Fountain Garden Funeral Services Inc.


10969 101 Street NW, Edmonton, AB, T5H 2S9

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