STEPHENSON, Muriel

Muriel Stephenson, at the age 87, passed away peacefully on Friday, June 2 2017, at St. Mary’s Care Centre in Trochu, Alberta. Muriel was born in Innisfail, but called the farm west of Huxley, home. Muriel will be loving remembered by her son Gary, and his children Kelly Stephenson, Kim (Brett) Johannson, Billie Jo (Sejean) Chalifoux, and 9 Great Grand children. As well as her son Rob (Debbie). She also leaves to mourn Ken (Edie) Thurston, Paulette Brazil, Glen Ferguson, Eldena (Gary) Ada

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BENEDICT, Harold Alexander

The Benedict family sadly announces the loss of their founder, coach, and star pitcher, Harold Alexander Benedict, on Wednesday, May 24, 2017. Alex was born July 11, 1939, in Innisfail, to Harold and Winnie Benedict. Alex and his sister, Edith, grew up on the family farm just north of Wimborne, and Alex continued to live and work on the farm until his passing. Alex loved all aspects of farm life. He enjoyed driving his tractor, checking the cows, shooting gophers, picking saskatoons, and trying

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WILKINS, Neville Allan

Neville Allan Wilkins was born on October 12, 1934, and passed into the presence of his Lord on May 29, 2017. At age 15 he left Scarborough, ON., with his parents and spent two years in England, then travelled to Durban, South Africa, where he finished his printing apprenticeship, was very active in a local church, and met and married Merle. With an interest in missionary printing, they attended Prairie Bible College from 1958-61, and returned to South Africa to work in the Roodepoort Mission P

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WEBB, Wayne Martin

1958 – 2017 - Wayne Martin ‘Boopy’ Webb, beloved husband and best friend of Jean Webb, of Red Deer passed away on Friday, June 2, 2017 at the age of 58 years. He was the loving father to his daughter, Yolanda (Andrew) Connell of Red Deer, and to his two sons, Russell Webb of Red Deer and David (Brooke) Webb of Three Hills; and he was most loved by his grandchildren, Morgan and Evan Connell of Red Deer and Peyton, Dillan, and Knox Webb of Three Hills. He is also survived by his

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