HARTY, Margaret Elizabeth (nee Laughton)

HARTY - Margaret Elizabeth Harty (nee Laughton), beloved wife of John B. "Ben" Harty, of Red Deer, Alberta, passed away on March 23, 2011 at the Uof A Hospital, at the age of 80 years, from a very brief battle with cancer. She was the loving mother of four sons and one daughter; Timothy Harty of Red Deer, Terril ( Toni) Harty of Calgary, Jordan Harty of Airdrie, Jocelyn ( Dean) Will of Calgary, and Mitchell (Jennifer) of Kevisville; and the grandmother to eight grandchildren. She is also surviv

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TOEWS, Terence

TOEWS - Terence Toews, husband, father and grandpa, passed away peacefully at the Rockyview Hospital on March 11, 2011 at the age of 78 years. Terence was born in Swalwell, Alberta on April 23, 1932 and was the youngest sibling of the nine children of John and Elizabeth Toews. In his early twenties Terence worked on a logging crew. He married Vera Boese in 1954 and took over his fathers dairy and grain farm. He actively farmed it for 6 years during which two daughters and three sons were born.

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CULP, Russell Junior
CULP - Russell Junior Culp was born in Arrowwood, AB March 24th, 1926, and was reunited with family and friends in the presence of the Lord March 13th, 2011. As a child, Junior attended Arrowwood School. During the war years, he left school in Grade 10 to run a small dairy for his Dad. He also dug basements for houses in the surrounding communities with a Ford tractor. He accepted Christ as Savior in 1947 and attended Briercrest Bible Institute in Saskatchewan (1948-49). He married Medora Walke

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ISAAC, Noah - My beloved husband, our father, grandfather, and great grandfather, Noah Isaac was born February 13, 1922, to Abraham and Edna Isaac at Swalwell, Alberta. God called him to his eternal home on February 24, 2011, reaching the age of 89 years. He enjoyed good health until two and a half years ago. Death was the result of complications due to old age. Dad was born on the family farm and lived there for 80 years. He attended the Linden School half a mile north of the farm. Dad gave his

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