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Condolences to the family of Norman Henry Marshall (Masciangelo)

 

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MARSHALL
Norman Henry
(Masciangelo)

August 7, 1933 – March 2, 2019

Norman (Norm) Marshall, beloved husband of Sheila Marshall of Okotoks, passed away surrounded by his family on Saturday, March 2, 2019 at the age of 85 years. He was the loving father of Joe (Shelly) Marshall of Strathmore, Julie Ann (Pete) Heggenstaller
of Okotoks, Jeff (Robbie) Masciangelo of Munson, Jay (Carla) Masciangelo of Strathmore, AB and Jack (Robin) Masciangelo of Calgary; and will also be dearly missed by his thirteen grandchildren, Warren, Mitchell, Brennen, Mariesa, Amy, Alex, Anthony, Marshall, Jackson, Jayde, Charlie, Jaycob and Brady; six great-grandchildren Ethan, Ava, Clarke, Laney, Arlo and Lukas. He will also be lovingly remembered by his two sisters Isabelle Watson and Joanne (Bill) Luca; two brothers, Julius “Joe” Marshall, and Robert
“Bob” (Helen) Masciangelo. He was predeceased by his parents Joseph and Maria Masciangelo as well as his brothers and sisters John, Annie, Lena, Nicholas, Edna and Joyce. Norm was born in Hanna, AB on August 7, 1933, one of 11 children. He grew up on the family farm just south of Delia. He moved to Calgary in the early 50’s where he began an apprenticeship as a machinist. In the mid 50’s he met the love of his life Sheila Goss and they wed on August 1, 1959. Together they raised their 5 children on the farm in Delia. Norm was a dedicated community member who volunteered on numerous different groups and societies. Norm retired and left the farm in 2002. He spent the next 17 years focusing on his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He was very proud of his family and they were his passion. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. James Parish, 338060 – 32 Street East, Okotoks, AB on Friday, March 8, 2019 at 1:00 p.m.If friends so desire, memorial donations may be made directly to St. James, Society of Saint Vincent de Paul, Site 7, Box 41, R.R. #2, Okotoks, AB T1S 1A2.


Condolences to the family of Robert Douglas Hunter

 

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HUNTER
Robert Douglas

1944 – 2019

It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Robert Douglas Hunter (Bob) who passed away peacefully in Burns Lake, BC on February 24. Bob was born in Drumheller, AB and served with the Royal Canadian Navy in Esquimalt, BC from 1961 to 1974. In 1974 Bob moved with his young family to Kitimat, BC to start a 25 year-long career as security guard/first responder/firefighter at the aluminum smelter. Bob retired to Granisle, BC in 2000 where he was able to continue life-long passions for hunting, fishing and spending time in the outdoors, as well as focus on new interests including golf and gardening. Contributing to his community was important for Bob, and in retirement was able to apply his knowledge and experience to support a number of causes, including serving his community at the Granisle Volunteer Fire Department and the Lions Club. Bob is survived by his loving wife of 53 years, Judy; daughter Sandra; son Christopher (Jodie); grandsons Robert, Charles, Kade, Kai and Asher; and brother Doug. He will be missed by a large extended family. Bob is pre-deceased by his father Lawrence; mother Dorothy; brother Don; and son Darryl. In lieu of flowers, donations in Bob’s name would be appreciated to the Alzheimer Society of BC or the Canadian Diabetes Assoc. ‘People often ask me how I would like to be remembered and I answer that I would simply like to be remembered - Roy Orbison’ A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, March 9 in the Granisle Seniors Centre. Condolences for the Hunter family may be offered at www.raschraderfuneralhome.com.

Condolences to the family of Arnold Leon Rasmussen

 

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Arnold Leon
Rasmussen

September 11, 1926 - February 6, 2019

Arnold passed away quietly at the age of 92, on February 6, 2019 at Breton, Alberta. Arnold was born in Calgary and raised on the family farm near Standard, Alberta. The Farm meant a great deal to him and he was always welcomed “home” for visits by his dear nephew Brian Rasmussen (Shelley) and family. Arnold had a fine intellect and successfully applied his outstanding mechanical aptitude and ingenuity to a multitude of projects, business ventures and farming. If a machine that he needed didn’t exist, he’d design and build it. He also contributed greatly to his brothers’ racing endeavours, from the track on the farm to the Indy 500. He loved his pets and enjoyed his long time in the Breton area. He is survived by Gail, his loving wife of almost 39 years and by the children from his first marriage: Val Rasmussen, Gerri Rasmussen (Ulrich Hofer), Janet Rasmussen (Frank Albus), Brenda Scott, Blaine Rasmussen and Bev Brown (Gerry), 11 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. Arnold is also survived by his sister Lois Paulson and brother Eldon Rasmussen (Dianne), as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Arnold was predeceased by his brother Gordon Rasmussen and sisters Dagny Anderson and Lucille Fortier. At Arnold’s request, there will be no service. The family would like to thank the staff at Breton Long Term Care where Arnold spent his last few months after a long, healthy adventure of a life. Memorial Contributions may be made to Breton Long Term Care, 4919 49 Avenue, Breton, Alberta T0C 0P0. Photos, memories and condolences can be shared at Serenity Funeral Services:
serenity.ca/serenity-obituaries/arnold-leon-rasmussen/