Daniel Justin Blyschuk
September 28, 1988 ~July 21, 2023


It is with heavy hearts that the family of Daniel Justin Blyschuk announce his passing on Friday, July 21, 2023 at the age of 34 years. Daniel was born September 28, 1988 in Edmonton, Alberta to Deborah and Peter Blyschuk the youngest of three children. He was the beloved brother of Nicholas and Natasha.


Left to mourn his passing and forever remember him are his mother, Deborah Blyschuk (Terry MacNeil); brother, Nicholas (Janine) Blyschuk; brother in-law, Brad Clements; nephews, Ethan, Ryder, Liam, Corbins and Nixon; as well as numerous extended family and friends.


Daniel was predeceased by his father, Peter Blyschuk; sister, Natasha Clements; paternal grandparents, Peter Blyschuk Sr. And Joanne Blyschuk; maternal grandparents, Raymond Morris And Elaine Morris.


Daniels infectious smile will be missed by all that knew him


Celebration of Life

Friday, September 22, 2023
at 1:00 pm
The Catholic Parish of Corpus Christi
2707 - 34 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta


Reception to follow at 2:00 pm



Laurie Dallyn
December 14, 1952 ~ August 11, 2023


It is with heavy hearts and great sadness the family of Laurie Dallyn announce his peaceful passing at Redwater Health Centre surrounded by his family on Friday, August 11, 2023 at the age of 70 years. He will be forever remembered and loved by his wife, Lore Dallyn; his children, Clifford Dallyn, Diannetha (Chris) Donauer, Aaran Schwaiger and Aaran's four children; his parents, Eldon and Sharon (nee Sharpe) Dallyn; his siblings, Cathy Mikolayenko, Barb Dallyn, Shelley (Bob) Leonard, and Gale (Joanne) Dallyn; as well as numerous extended family and friends.



A private family graveside service and interment will be held on
Sunday, September 10, 2023 at 1:00 pm at the Ribstone Cemetery


Celebration of Life Luncheon

Following the interment everyone is invited to join the family for a
Celebration of Life Luncheon
Sunday, September 10, 2023
1:30 pm
Ribstone Community of Christ Church
Highway 899
Ribstone, Alberta




Edwina Darlene Oliver (nee Sparks-Garnett)
July 17, 1953 - August 14, 2023


Edwina Darlene Oliver (nee Sparks-Garnett) passed away in Edmonton, Alberta on Monday, August 14, 2023 after a hard fought battle with COPD and congestive heart failure. Edwina was born July 17, 1953 in Saint John, New Brunswick to Ivy Sparks and Edwin Garnett.


When Edwina was in high school, she met the love of her life Ken Oliver. The two of them were inseparable and were married on June 30, 1973. Edwina worked as an EMT before having her two children, Tim and Tracy. In the 1980s Ken and Edwina decided to answer the call to move out west, the first of many generations of her family to leave the east coast. Edwina and her family settled in Calgary, Alberta and resided there for nearly 40 years before recently moving to Bon Accord, Alberta. Edwina spent most of her working career in Calgary as a medical administrative assistant most recently working with EFW Radiology until her retirement.


Edwina lit up any room she entered. Her smile and laughter were contagious and her sense of humour was unmatched. She touched the lives of everyone she met, including the amazing team of doctors and nurses at the U of A Hospital in Alberta who worked to help her during her final days.


Edwina is survived by her husband of 50 years, Ken; her children, Tim (Carlyn) and Tracy (Jordon); her grandchildren, Alex, Mei, Matteo, Avery, Emily, Madison, Aiden and Norah; her sister-in-law, Jane (Joe); brother-in-law, Ron (Danielle); niece, Madeline; brother-in-law Greg; as well as countless relatives she had the privilege of reconnecting with later in her life.


She was predeceased by her parents, Ivy Sparks and Edwin Garnett; her father-in-law, Murray Oliver; mother-in-law, Jean Oliver and her brother-in-law, Ralph.


Messages of condolence can be sent to Sturgeon Memorial Funeral Chapel at box 727, Bon Accord, Alberta T0A 0K0 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Memorial Donations

Donations can be made in her honour to the
U of A Hospital – Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute.


Memorial Service

Saturday, August 26, 2023
at 1:00pm
Jewel Box
4916 - 52 street
Bon Accord, Alberta




Douglas Dana Enns
July 10, 1964 – June 21, 2023


It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Douglas Enns, on Wednesday, June 21, 2023, at the age of 58 years, after a courageous 3 and a half year long battle with cancer.

Doug is survived by his loving wife, Charmaine, with whom he shared the past 28 years, married for the last 22 of those years. Doug is survived by his mother, Deanna Enns, and predeceased by his father, Arnie Enns.

Doug will be lovingly remembered by his children, Jonelle Steele (Craig), Brandon (Emily), Ashley, and Alyssa; his grandchildren, Sadie, Charlie, and Jude; his sister, Cyndi Jenkins (Bill); nieces, great niece and great nephews, extended family, friends, and his beloved cat, Lucy.

Doug was a member of the RCMP for 21 years and retired last year in St. Albert, Alberta. Being a police officer was what he loved and excelled at. He was well known as a great mentor, with a wisdom and a calmness that inspired those he worked with. He always took pride in being there for his members. While working in Ponoka, AB, Doug wrote the police blotter for the local newspaper that garnered many fans and rave reviews for its hilarious depictions of the escapades of Ponoka RCMP.

Doug will be remembered for his quick wit and dry sense of humor, which endeared him to everyone and persevered even to his last days. He loved Star Wars, Monty Python, spaghetti westerns, sport motorcycle racing, and camo shorts.

Special thanks to Dr. Sawyer, the nurses, and staff at the Cross Cancer Institute; and Dr. Aronyk and his staff at the Gamma Knife Unit at the U of A Hospital. Special thanks also to our family doctor, Dr. Newnham, and the nurses, chaplain, and staff at Foyer Lacombe in St. Albert, for the exceptional support and care given to Doug and our family.

Memorial Donations

Memorial donations may be made to
Dr. Keith Aronyk Fund, c/o University Hospital Foundation
8440 – 112 Street NW
Edmonton, AB
T6G 2B7
Phone 780-407-7007


the Cross Cancer Institute, c/o Alberta Cancer Foundation
11560 University Ave
Edmonton, AB
T6G 1Z2
Phone 780-432-8500.

Celebration of Doug's Life

Friday, July 7, 2023
at 1:00pm
The Father’s House Church
55521 Rge Rd 254
Sturgeon County, AB
(close to Hwy 642 & Hwy 2 Morinville overpass).



Paul William Sinnett
June 27, 1964 ~ June 17, 2023


On June 17, 2023, Paul “Bear” was taken from us suddenly. We are left in shock to mourn the loss of his kind soul, but will celebrate the wonderful and amazing way he touched our lives.


He leaves behind his wife, Vivian Sinnett; sons, Justin (Charlene Saunders) Sinnett and Julian Sinnett; step children, Chantelle (Adam) Cowley and Jarid (Samantha) Wulff; grandchildren, Amaya Cowley, Brynlee Cowley, Wyatt Cowley, Quinn Wulff and Oaklynn Wulff; brother, Brent Sinnett; uncle, Hazen (Bonnie) Wheeler; as well as many dear friends whom he held as close as family.


He was predeceased by his parents, Bliss Sinnett and June (nee Wheeler) Sinnett, and his grandmother, Vera Wheeler, all whom he greatly missed.


Paul was born in Minto, New Brunswick, where he was affectionately known as Bear. It was there that his love for sports, hunting, fishing, the outdoors, motorcycles, and socializing, began. His passions grew further as he took fondly to traveling, photography, and ice cream. His greatest love of all, though, was for his family. Bear was fiercely loyal and loving to his family, and that extended into the friendships he made throughout the country. He attended Moncton Community College, and eventually pursued a career in surveying. Bear’s career ultimately brought him to Alberta, where he became well-respected in the construction industry. Bear’s sense of humor was one-of-a kind, and his laugh resounds forever in our memory. In life, he took every chance to go full-throttle. Bear’s family and friends grieve his loss deeply, and hold ever so tightly to the rich memories he made sure to create with them.


A Casual Celebration of "Beer and Wings with Bear"

Thursday, June 29, 2023
Morinville Rendez Vous Centre
9913 - 104 Street
Morinville, Alberta


5016 47TH AVE, BOX 727, BON ACCORD, AB, T0A 0K0 

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