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Condolences to the family of Julie Joyce (Jackman) White

 

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WHITE (JACKMAN)
Julie Joyce

May 31, 1937 - July 11, 2017

Julie passed away peacefully in Drumheller, Alberta at the age of 80 years. Mom will always be remembered for her passion to play cards, crotchet, build puzzles and having coffee at the Corner Cafe. After retiring from the Regina Hospital, Mom moved back to Morrin to be closer to her family. Julie is survived by three children; Brian, Darrell and Sharon (Richard). Three grandchildren; Jason (Bryony), Amanda (Reid) and Jeremy. Five great-grandchildren; Paige, Claire, Edwin, India and Simon. A sister Mavis (Len) as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Julie was predeceased by an infant son William Clayton; two grandchildren - Sheldon and Shane; her mother Florence and Bill; three sisters - Shirley, Wilma and Betty; one brother - Charlie.
RIP Mom. A backyard memorial was held on Monday, July 17, 2017 in Morrin, Alberta. Courtney-Winters Funeral Home in care of arrangements.


Condolences to the family of Joseph (Joe) Thomas Cardamone

 

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CARDAMONE
Joseph Thomas

July 25, 1932 - July 31, 2017

The family is saddened to announce the passing of Joe Cardamone on July 31, 2017. Joe was born in Haynes, Alberta and moved to Drumheller at a young age where he attended his schooling and proceeded to become a prominent businessman in this area. Growing a family of 5 children, he was a most caring father and grandfather, always willing to support and advise. He coached little league baseball as well as enjoyed hunting and fishing with the boys. Memories of Joe’s good times in life were related to holidays and functions with family, or with his golf buddies on trips and some K40 bonspieling. He began his business career with the inception of Joe’s Delivery Service in 1952. Moving on to the oil industry in 1959 the Texaco Bulk Station was operated under Uni-Tex Oil Ltd for 30 years. His love of cars led him to a partnership in Western-Chev-Olds, which became a Cadillac dealership as well during his time as manager. After the sale of Western-Chev, Joe ventured into the hotel industry. With a group of partners they embarked on the construction and operation of The Drumheller Inn (now Quality Inn) which was operated as a partnership from 1983-2006. The last 15 years of this business was personally managed by Joe and it became his passion to make it successful. Upon the sale of the hotel in 2006 he was able to retire and have some years of unburdened retirement and to deal with his ongoing health issues. He was a loyal member of the Drumheller Kinsmen Club joining in 1955 and holding offices as Secretary, President, District Deputy Governor, and was a Life Member. Also during all his busy and productive years he served on St. Anthony’s School board for 9 years, part of that as Chairman, as well as some years involved with Drumheller & District Chamber of Commerce, and St. Anthony’s Knights of Columbus Lodge. Joe was predeceased by his parents, Augostino & Francesca Cardamone, his brother Tony Cardamone, his sisters Kay Blasetti, Angela Gieck and all of their spouses. In passing, he leaves to mourn, his wife of 65 years AnnaMay (Wilson) Cardamone, and family Barry Cardamone (Pam), JoAnn Dawson, Judy Rutz, Peter Cardamone (Debbie), and Tom Cardamone. Grandchildren: Jamie Dawson, Laura Hansen (Darryl), Jennie Rutz (Paul Cook), Amy Greene (Darryl), Alison Rutz (Jordan), Jordan, Ryan and Tyler Cardamone. Step Grandchildren Bre-Ann Dart, Christie Chesney (Justin). Great Grandchildren: Jayde and Macie Hansen, Ella Cook, Sawyer Chesney. Funeral Mass will be held Saturday, August 5, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Anthony’s Roman Catholic Church (Drumheller, Alberta).In lieu of flowers, donations would be appreciated to Drumheller Health Foundation (Dialysis Unit) or the Kidney Foundation. Courtney-Winter’s Funeral Homes are in care of the funeral arrangements.

Condolences to the family of Irene Lenore Storch

 

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STORCH
Irene Lenore

October 4, 1929 - July 11, 2017

Irene, beloved wife of the late Colin Adolph Storch passed away on Tuesday, July 11 early morning at the age of 87, peacefully in her home in Airdrie, Alberta. Irene was born in Edmonton, Alberta. She was the second youngest of 5 children. She grew up on the Steen farm outside of Rumsey, Alberta. She met and married Colin on August 5, 1950. They moved onto the Storch farm into a 3 room bunkhouse to start their lives together. Irene’s hobbies consisted of cooking, baking, sewing, gardening, canning and caring for her little family. Irene is lovingly remembered by her daughter Charlotte (Lyle Heck); son, Ronald Storch (Theresa); grandchildren, Jeffrey Heck (Maeghan), Clayton Heck (Jessica), Bradley Storch (Renee), Cheryl (Wayne Stephenson), Gregory Storch (Janelle) and Kristina (Rick Norman); great grandchildren, Tyler Heck (Kayla), Emma Stephenson, Desirae Stephenson, Megan Stephenson, Brodie Heck, Isabelle Stephenson, Quinn Heck, Paeton Heck, Thane Heck, Ryan Storch, Brennen Norman, Eden Storch, Stella Storch, Brady Norman, and Beckett Norman; great great grandchild, Cohen Heck. Irene is also survived by her brothers-in-law, John Storch and Richard Storch (Mavis); sisters-in-law, Elsie Larose, Betty Jorsvick and Linda Helmer; as well as cousins, many nieces, nephews and close friends. Irene was predeceased; by her loving father, John Steen and her caring mother Beatrice; also by her siblings, brothers-in law, sisters-in-law and many other family members and friends. We would like to thank all of our extended family and friends for all of their love and support through this tough time. We would also like to thank Courtney Winters Funeral Home and Cremation Services in Drumheller, Alberta for helping us through the process from beginning to end. We appreciate all the support and kindness they have shown to our family.