Calgary Herald : 2020-06-09

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CLASSIFIED­S NP12 TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 2020 CALGARY HERALD THE CALGARY HERALD NOTES THE FOLLOWING OBITUARIES IN TODAY’S PAPER. To view a notice online, share your memories or express condolence­s, go to: calgaryher­ald.com/rememberin­g DENIS, Vincent FECH, Irma FRANKO, Edward GIVENS, Kathleen JACKSON, Anne MORGAN, Leslie YUFFE, Beatrice JACKSON, Anne Marie (Marie) (nee Kamp) MORGAN, Leslie Diane June 7, 1967 - Calgary, Alberta June 3, 2020 - Calgary, Alberta May 25, 1934 - Jun. 3, 2020 FRANKO, Edward Bryan Notices may not appear alphabetic­ally due to space requiremen­ts. It is with great sorrow we announce the passing of our mother, step-mother, oma and great grandma Marie. Marie was born to Cornelius Kamp and Nelltja Cornelia Kamp and lived in Bassano until the strains of the dirty thirties caused the family to leave the farm and move to Calgary. She attended Central High School and did her nurses training at Holy Cross Hospital. She enjoyed her nursing career working at, among other places, Drs Mitchell, Noakes, Robb and Churchill, Urologists and at the Victoria hospital on the renal unit until her retirement. Marie loved her family and was a classy, intelligen­t, fun, loving and compassion­ate person. She enjoyed long friendship­s with Dauna Alexander and her girlfriend­s, bridge, reading, golf and walking. She is survived by her three children Shannon Hardwick (Rick), Claire Caswell, and Dean Hoover (Madelline). She also leaves grandchild­ren, Kiersten, Aaron, Cole, Morgan, Mylene, Stephen and Joan, great-grandchild­ren Jake and Lexi, 3 step-children Owen Jackson (Marilyn), Marnie Sorensen (Kim), Theresa Dow (Larry) and their families. She is also survived by her brother Bob Kamp (Susan) of Edmonton, numerous nieces and nephews. She was pre-deceased by her parents Nellie and Cornelius, her brother Bill Kamp, her sister Margaret Oleksy and her husband Derek Jackson. A service may be announced at a later date when Covid concerns are less. The family would like to express our thanks to the staff at the Bethany Riverview and her caregiver Jacine Carmen. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the charity of your choice. Aug. 3, 1956 - Jun. 2, 2020 Leslie Morgan passed away in Calgary, Alberta on Wednesday, 2020, just four days shy of her 53rd birthday. June 3, Ed passed away peacefully overlookin­g the Rocky Mountains that he loved with his family at his side. He was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchew­an to Henry and Eva Franko, raised in Nipawin, Saskatchew­an and has made Calgary, Alberta his home most of his life. Ed is survived by his loving wife Mary, his two daughters and son-in-law's Kristin and Thomas South and Lindsay and Thane Urquhart. His greatest loves were his two precious grandsons Bennett South and Quinn Urquhart. As Bennett said "he was the greatest Papa in all the land". Ed is also survived by his father Henry Franko, six siblings, and a large extended family. He was predecease­d by his mother Eva and his eldest sister. The family would like to send a special thank you to Dr. Omar Khan and Dr. Don Morris at the Tom Baker Cancer Center and Ed's family Physician Dr. Jaclyn Dietrich. Also a tremendous word of thanks to Foothills Country Hospice staff and Dr. Ana-maria Oelschig for their compassion­ate care to Ed and our family. We'd like to thank everyone for the lovely bouquets we have received. In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to Canadian Cancer Society or Foothills Country Hospice Society 322001 32nd St. E., Okotoks, AB T1S 1A5. Leslie is survived by her only daughter Janelle Bly, and son-in-law James Warren, three grandchild­ren, Lillie Marjorie Locking, James Bobby Skip Warren, and Bella Lynn Warren of Calgary; father Robert "Skip" Morgan of Calgary, brother Kevin Reid Morgan, and nephew Sam Morgan of Lethbridge, and her auntie Shirley O’connor of Calgary. Leslie was predecease­d by her mother Marjorie Joyce Morgan (Baptie), grandparen­ts, Reynolds and Lillian Baptie, and Phyllis Morgan and Oscar Bates of Calgary. Leslie resided in Calgary all her life. She was a gifted athlete and a graduate of Western Canada High School where she played basketball and won with her team the Jr. City Championsh­ip, she also swam for the Killarney swim club. She went on to postsecond­ary where she played basketball at Mount Royal College for two years where they won the ACAC championsh­ips and came second in the Canadian College Championsh­ips. Leslie then attended The University of Calgary for a year before moving onto SAIT, where she played for two years for the Trojans and graduated as a dietary technician. She went on to work at Forest Grove Nursing Home and the Foothills Hospital. DENIS, Vincent (Vince) Joseph In lieu of flowers, if friends so desire, memorial tributes may be made in Leslie’s name directly to the Canadian Mental Health Associatio­n - Calgary Region,www.cmha.calgary.ab.ca. Condolence­s, memories and photos may be shared and viewed on Leslie’s obituary at www.mcinnisand­holloway.com. 1930 - 2020 Vincent Joseph Denis (Vince) passed away peacefully at his home in Calgary on Saturday, May 30, 2020. Vince and his wife Patsy operated a successful antique stall at the Crossroads Market in Calgary for many years prior to their retirement. Vince was proud of having served in the army, and was posted to Egypt during the Suez Canal crisis. His service back in Canada included driving Queen Elizabeth across Canada on her 1959 Royal Tour - a role of which he was most proud to have fulfilled. He will be remembered for his generosity of spirit, his gentlemanl­y manners and great sense of humour. He is survived by his nieces and nephews, Therese Seamon, Denis, and Michael Brown, Pauline Martin, Susan Martin, Diane Macphee (nee Cantin), Maureen Moon Delany and Gary Delany; his cousin Lucie Godbout, and sister-in-law Vivian Delany Martin (Peter). He was fortunate to have a great friend, George Daniels, in his later years with whom he shared many good times and laughs! Vince was predecease­d by his wife Patricia (Patsy) (nee Delany), beloved son Kevin, sister Irene, and parents, Laura and Edward Denis. Some of Vince’s best elder years were spent at Sage Hill Retirement Residence thanks to the care of the nurses and support staff there who treated him as one of their own family - a heartfelt thank you to all of them! And also to the many residents that he loved and called friends. Cremation has taken place and a Private Family Service will be held at Ascension Catholic Church, Calgary NW. Condolence­s, memories and photos may be shared and viewed on Vince’s obituary at www.mcinnisand­holloway.com. In living memory of Vince Denis, a tree will be planted in the Ann & Sandy Cross Conservati­on Area. The family would like to thank the emergency department at the Rockyview General Hospital for their outstandin­g efforts and kindness. As well as Dr. David Mcmullen, Dr. Bruce Wheeler, Dr. Lee Bogle, and to the Calgary E ating Disorder Clinic, for there dedicated service to Leslie over the many years. YUFFE, Beatrice GIVENS, Kathleen Mary January 20, 1927 - Winnipeg, Manitoba June 5, 2020 - Calgary, Alberta Aug. 10, 1928 - May 31, 2020 It is with heavy hearts we announce the passing of our beloved mother, grandmothe­r and great grandmothe­r Kay Givens. Born in Toronto to John and Margaret Cox, mom was the youngest of eight children. For 59 years she was the loving and devoted wife of the late Earl Givens. Mom wore many hats in her 91 years; the one that fit best, the biggest and brightest was motherhood. Mom knew that in the end all that really mattered was family. She worked tirelessly to teach her children the same life morals and values that were passed onto her from her parents. She raised strong, caring and compassion­ate children who will be forever grateful for having her in their lives for as long as they did. She fought long and hard to continue loving and supporting us, her family. She may rest peacefully knowing her work here was complete and her legacy large. We will never forget her gentle touch, subtle and sometimes wicked sense of humor, her impish grin or how vibrantly blue her eyes turned when feeling just a little bit mischievou­s. Left to morn her passing are her children, Joan (Rob) Philips, Richard (Sue) Givens, Marilyn (Karl) Elias and Sandra Givens. Nine Grandchild­ren and fourteen Great-grandchild­ren. She was pre-deceased by her husband Earl Givens (2008) and her grandson Jason Givens (2019). A private Interment will be held at 3:00 PM on 2020-06-12 at Eden Brook Funeral Home & Cemetery, 24223 Township Road 242, Calgary, AB With much gratitude for a long life well lived, we sadly announce the passing of Beatrice Yuffe. She will be greatly missed by her daughter Marilyn Sheftel, her son Hartley Yuffe and daughter-in-law Cita Wasserman. Bubby Bea’s loss will be profoundly felt by her granddaugh­ters Tracey Sheftel Holland (Mark), Danielle Sheftel and Carrie Sheftel Fryer (Dominic), and her adoring great-grandchild­ren Jeremy, Haylie, Hudson, Harper, Hayden, Hank, Sloane and Johnnie. As the last member of her generation she will be fondly remembered by her cherished nieces and nephews across North America. Beatrice was predecease­d by her husband of fifty-seven years Abraham, her parents Harry and Freda Polsky, brother Murray Polsky, sister Shirley Kapitan and in-laws Aaron and Faiga Yuffe. In 1991, she felt a deep loss by the passing of her beloved son-in-law Harvey Sheftel. Born and raised in Winnipeg, she and Abe married in 1947. They resided there until 1966, when the family moved to Calgary. Bea spent many years in the retail world and in particular the jewelry industry. She sent many a young couple out of the store with their engagement ring and wedding bands… an accomplish­ment that always brought a smile to her face. Even while working full time into her 70s, she was always inspired to plan joyous family dinners and memorable celebratio­ns. She was a dedicated member and volunteer at the Beth Tzedec congregati­on for fifty-three years, serving as Sisterhood president and Synagogue Board member. The entire Calgary community was the beneficiar­y of her abundant energy, talent and kindness. More recently, she felt blessed to work with the women in her condo craft group to knit baby blankets for the premature infants in the Neo-natal ICU. FECH, Irma (Welke) September 28, 1932 - June 5, 2020 The family will be eternally grateful to her amazing caregivers from Home Instead, Dr. Trevor Chan and the compassion­ate team on Unit 32 at the Foothills Hospital. Our heartfelt thank you to our friend Holly Johnson for her exceptiona­l commitment and support. Irma passed away peacefully at home attended by her daughters, Ingrid and Sylvia. Thank you to Dr. Remtulla, Dr. Muruve, Stella, Sandy, Sarah and Mahtab. Visit www.choicememo­rial.com Due to current regulation­s, a family service has been held. When conditions allow, there will a commemorat­ion to celebrate Bea’s incredible life. If desired, a donation may be made to the children’s charity, Yachad fund at Calgary Jewish Federation. Please call 403-444-3157 or email jswitzer@jewishcalg­ary.org. In Memoriams May the stars carry your sadness away, 0D\ WKH ÁRZHUV ÀOO \RXU KHDUW ZLWK EHDXW\ 0D\ KRSH IRUHYHU ZLSH DZD\ \RXU WHDUV $QG DERYH DOO PD\ VLOHQFH PDNH \RX VWURQJ Chief Dan George In loving memory of Diane Law March 21, 1956 - June 09, 2000 Twenty years ago today, our world changed forever. Instead of hugs and family dinners, we see you in the grandchild­ren you never got to meet. We hear you in our laughter. We feel you in our hearts. We love you so much, Mom. And we miss you. Enid-raye, Ryan & Joannah Remember your loved ones

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