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ADAMS, Sandra

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ADAMS, Sandra

Sandra Lynette, much loved daughter of Don & Linda Adams of Drumheller passed away October 21, 2010 at her home in Red Deer. Sandra was born in Edmonton October 28, 1974 and was a gift to our family almost a year later. She attended Morrin school through Grade 12, followed by a year at Olds College and completed her Office Administration Diploma at Red Deer College in 1997. At this time her earlier diagnosed kidney disease had progressed to dialysis, followed by a kidney transplant in 2002 giving her the joy and opportunity to enjoy a full life. The fellowship of Kentwood Alliance Church and her unwavering faith gave her many missions to fill her days. Their congregation were her second family. She loved family time, camping at Ol’MacDonalds, scrap booking and most especially spending time with her many friends. Her courage and determination in the face of many adversities has and will continue to inspire all who knew and loved her. She is survived by her parents Don & Linda, her 3 brothers Scott (Jan), Trevor (Althea) and Brett (Terra) and eight nieces and nephews, Emily, Frances and Rowan, Gregory and Coulbourn, and Amy, Jack and Samuel. Her Aunt Betty Ann (Dwight) Lewis and Uncle Gordon (Linda) Adams and cousins Jo Ann and Lori, Nanci and Glenn. She was predeceased by her baby brother Gregory and her grandparents. A celebration of life will be held Thursday, October 28 at 2 pm at Kentwood Alliance Church at 4 Kennedy Drive, Red Deer, Alberta. Memorial donations in Sandra’s name may be made to the Kidney Foundation or Kentwood Alliance Church. And please sign your organ donor card. Sylvan Lake Funeral Home Phone: 403-887-2151.

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HAUTZINGER, Victor

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 HAUTZINGER, Victor

Victor (Vic) Hautzinger of Drumheller, Alberta passed away October 20, 2010 in Hanna, Alberta at the age of 84 years. He was born on February 2, 1926 in Scollard, Alberta. Vic is lovingly survived by Norma, his wife of 62 years; his daughters: Debbie (Bill) Hutchens of Drumheller, AB, Vicki (Harry) Ezio of Spirit River, AB, Marcie (Real) Hebert of Bonnyville, AB; his grandchildren: Tara (Brad) Cydeyko of Okotoks, AB, Brandi Howard of Drumheller, AB, Jodi Ezio of Edmonton, AB, Cory Ezio of Grande Prairie, AB, Jeff (Michelle) Hebert of Forestburg, AB, and Jolene (Ryan) Hauswirth of Dalemead AB. Vic will be missed by his great-grandchildren: Cole & Quinn Cydeyko of Okotoks, AB, Mitchell Ezio of Edmonton, AB, Dante´ & Dominic Hebert of Forestburg, AB and Callie Hauswirth of Dalemead, AB; his twin sister Thelma (Larry) Ball of Calgary, AB;  his sisters Evelyn McAlister of Calgary, AB and Ada Gogal of Red Deer, AB. Victor was predeceased by his parents John & Elizabeth Hautzinger; brothers: Ed, Joe, & John Hautzinger; sisters: Hilda Hautzinger, Louise Michaud, & Elsie Rowe; and his grandson Kelly Ezio. A Celebration of Life was held on Tuesday, October 26, 2010 at Fred and Barney’s Restaurant, Banquet Room, Drumheller, AB.
Courtney-Winters Funeral Chapel entrusted with the arrangements. 403-823-2666. 

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CAMPBELL, Vivian Doris

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CAMPBELL, Vivian Doris
1923 - 2010


Vivian passed away Friday, October 8, 2010. She was born into a family of ten children. She lived in Drumheller her entire life. Vivian graduated from Drumheller High School and started her career as a postal clerk, then as an unemployment service worker. From there she joined the Bank of Montreal. This career ended in 1979 when she became a pensioner. She then became active in politics, which she enjoyed, and served in many campaigns. Vivian was instrumental in naming the Gordon E. Taylor Bridge and was a constituency agent for the Bow River riding office for Gordon E. Taylor, M.P. Her next job was an assistant manager at the Dinosaur Trailer Court. She retired in 1999. Vivian is survived by two brothers, Donald Campbell, Kelowna, BC, Jack Campbell (Donna), Edmonton, AB, one sister Viola Lowen (Chris), Drumheller, AB, one sister-in-law Emily Campbell, Victoria BC, and many nieces and nephews who loved her sharing a great part of her life. Predeceased by three brothers, Victor Campbell, Stanley Campbell (Elizabeth), Robert Campbell, three sisters, Evelyn Campbell, Vera Windsor (Arnold), Reta Schaffer (Stephen), two sisters-in-law, Maureen Campbell, Betty Campbell. Arrangements entrusted to Personal Alternative Funeral Services. Memorial Service attended by family.  Interment in Drumhelelr Cemetery.

 

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