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Condolences to the family of Frank G. Bixby

 

FrankBixby

BIXBY
Frank G.

March 19, 1934 - August 25, 2018

Forever loved by wife Linda and children Sherry, Mike, David, Don, Dean and Sandra and their families.
Also, very dear to his heart nephew Barry Jackson and great-niece Brandi Bixby and little pal Scooter, along with numerous nieces and nephews and wonderful friends. At Frank’s request, there will be no service.


Condolences to the family of Lucille Mary Therese (Bedard)

 

LucySanders

SANDERS
Lucille Mary Therese (Bedard)

December 7, 1945 - August 31, 2018

It is with a heavy heart and profound sadness that we announce the passing of the mother and dear wife of nearly 50 years, Lucille Sanders, on August 31st, 2018, ending a courageous four-year battle with breast cancer. It is a bitter sweet sense of loss but also a feeling of joy as she is now free from her many afflictions and is embraced in God’s love whom she cherished. Lucy was born on December 7th, 1945 to Rudy and Elisabeth Bedard in Douglas,
Ontario, the only daughter of four. She is survived by myself, Robert, her husband, her two endearing and loving sons,
Robert jr. (Shannon) and Mark (Natalie), along with her greatest joy, the grandchildren, Abigail, Liam & Molly-Mae. Lucy is also survived by her brothers Don (Maureen) Bedard, Barry (Theresa) Bedard, sister-in-law Brenda (Bob) Bedard, Peter (Marie) Bedard and the wealth of numerous family nieces and nephews. Lucy obtained her Medical Laboratory
Technology training in Winnipeg, and soon after moved to Calgary to secure employment at the Foothills Hospital.
Shortly thereafter, she put her career on hold when she married and immediately went globe trotting with Rob
on an overseas adventure while he worked abroad. Lucy started her family when Robert jr. was born in Penang,
Malaysia and Mark in Alicante, Spain; raising and dragging two boys over 4 continents and 12 countries in a seven year period. Finally returning to Canada, Lucy and family resided in Morrin but soon settled in Drumheller after she obtained employment with the Drumheller Regional Health Complex, retiring in 2014 with 33 years of service. She had great pride and fulfillment of a longstanding career in health care. The Sanders family would like to thank all who lovingly shared and helped in Lucy’s passing. In lieu of flowers and other tributes, those wishing to make a memorial donation may do so to the Drumheller Area Health Foundation, Cancer Clinic, 351-9th Street NW. A Celebration of Life will be held with a service mass at St. Anthony’s Church, 151-1st Street West, Drumheller, on Saturday, September 8th at 11:00 am. There will be refreshments in the Parish Hall thereafter.

condolences to the family of Jessica Lorraine Finkbiner

 

JessicaFinkbiner

FINKBINER
Jessica Lorraine

October 21, 1988 - August 24, 2018

Jessica Lorraine Finkbiner, age 29, passed away suddenly August 24, 2018. Jessica was born on October 21, 1988 in Drumheller, Alberta. She was the third daughter born to Doug and Colleen Finkbiner. Jessica loved to express her passion and creativity through cooking, baking, crafting and painting. Jessica’s greatest love in life were her nieces and nephew. Anyone who was lucky enough to know Jessica knew she had a heart of gold and was a very kind, caring, and generous soul. Jessica is survived by her parents, Doug and Colleen Finkbiner, grandparents William (Bill) and Lorraine Finkbiner, sister Abby and Curt Notland, niece Taylor Notland, nephew Colby Notland, sister Sarah and Jason Blanke, nieces Brooklyn Cameron and Chloe Blanke, sister Samantha Finkbiner, her beloved dog Corbin and numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. Jessica is predeceased by her grandparents, Doug and Alice Farmer. Jessica will be deeply missed and will remain in our hearts forever. She has been, and will always be her Daddy’s lil angel. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to STARS.