Gordon Roy Maine
October 19, 1948 – March 23,2021

 

 

 

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Gordon Maine on Tuesday, March 23, 2021. Gordon was born October 19, 1948 in Edmonton, Alberta to Myrtle and Roy Maine. He was the first of seven children.

 

Gordon was a gentle and kind person who made friends easily. He enjoyed family get togethers, car shows, singing to the Lord, and most recently a love of Gospel music. He loved to travel and shared his experiences through photography. Gordon enjoyed watching sports (he could tell you sports stats -both current and from years before). He was an Edmonton Cerebral Palsy Association committee member and enjoyed outings and meetings with his fellow committee members. Gordon was a dedicated member of Beulah Alliance Church - attending services, Christmas productions, and enjoying the learning and friendships made during numerous Bible Studies. He loved spending time during the summer at Camp Nakamun and was Camp Counsellor there for several summers. In his school years, Gordon enjoyed the track team and continued to walk or run to raise funds for many charities. Throughout Gordon’s life, the challenges of having Cerebral Palsy, did not stop him from doing the things he loved to do. He accepted his limitations and tried to make the best of things. Gordon completed a Diploma in Accounting from NAIT and also a Bachelor of Religious Education Degree from the Canadian Bible Institute (CBI) in Regina in 1988. He was an eager and committed student and valuable employee in the many jobs he worked at.

 

Gordon leaves to mourn his siblings, Ron Maine (Margaret), Trevor Maine (Chris), Marilyn Tomlinson (Bill), Don Maine, Colleen Malanchen (Dale) and Sharon Weller (Dale). Gordon was a devoted Godfather, and a much loved Uncle to 13 nieces and nephews and 10 great nieces and nephews. He touched the lives of many friends, aunts and uncles, cousins, and anyone who spent time with him.

 

Gordon was predeceased by his Mother in 1997 and Father in 2009.

 

Gordon will be missed beyond measure by his family and the friends that he has left behind. Though he is gone, he will never be forgotten. though we grieve as a family, we anticipate the day we will be reunited.

 

 

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May we so live to enjoy that day when the Lord may say to us,
"
Well done, thou good and faithful servant: thou hast been faithful over a few things,
I will make thee ruler over many things: enter thou into the joy of thy lord.”
(Matt. 25:21.)

 

 

Celebration of Life

 

We will be honouring Gordon with a private service on
Saturday, April 3, 2021
at 11:00 am
If you wish to join the ceremony remotely, it will be live streamed via:
https://youtu.be/qpJqtmfER_Q

 

 

 

Memorial Donations

 

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the
Edmonton Cerebral Palsy Association.

 

 

 

Irene Renilde Champagne (nee Bolle)
December 4, 1930 ~ March 7, 2021

 

It is with great sadness the family of Irene announce her passing. Irene is survived by her loving husband, Paul; four children, Doreen (Paul), Robert (Cecile), Alan (Connie) and Cheryl (Herb); eleven grandchildren, twenty-one great grandchildren; as well as numerous extended family and friends. Irene was predeceased by her grandchildren, Christine and Derek; parents, August and Marie (nee Rutgens) Bolle; brother, Camile; and sister, Mary. Our dear beloved mother, grandmother and great grandmother has passed away.

 

Memorial Service

Due to current Covid restrictions a private Mass has been celebrated.

 

Memorial Donations

The Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories
#306, 10430 – 61 Avenue NW
Edmonton, Alberta
T6H 2J3

Doris Morin (nee Charest)
March 27, 1960 ~ February 18, 2021

 

It is with deep sorrow and much love that we mourn the passing of Doris Marie-Jeanne Morin (nee Charest) of Morinville, Alberta on Thursday, February 18, 2021, at the age of 60 years. She passed away peacefully in her home with her children and husband at her side, finally receiving her angel wings.

 

Doris will forever be lovingly remembered by her husband of 41.5 years, Roger Morin of Morinville, AB; children, Michelle Morin (Nolan) of Morinville, AB, Melissa Rondeau (Christian) of Morinville, AB, Joel Morin (Stacy) of Sturgeon County, AB; grandchildren, Cadence Duschene, Daylan Naidoo, Jaydan Naidoo, Ella Naidoo, Mélodie Rondeau, Joseph Rondeau, Dominique Rondeau, Ryder Morin, Danyka Morin; great-grandchildren, Adelynne Rondeau, Isabelle Christie-McIntyre, Adrian Christie-McIntyre; brothers, Denis Charest (Helena) of St. Albert, AB, Raymond Charest of Wetaskiwin, AB, Yvon Charest (Louise) of Legal, AB, Colin (Marlene) Charest of St. Albert, AB; father-in-law, Aime Morin of Onoway, AB; brothers-in-Law, Dwayne Fawcett of St. Albert, AB, Chris Puff of Calahoo, AB, Richard Morin (Eleanor) of Smoky Lake, AB ; sisters-in-law, Doris Bouvier (Don) of Whitehorse, YK, Jeannine Ives (Lane) of Onoway, AB; as well as many nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.


Doris was predeceased by her father, Eugene Charest on January 17, 2005; mother, Rita Charest (nee Cóte) on February 19, 2020; sister, Linda Fawcett (nee Charest) on September 11, 2020; mother-in-law, Rita Morin (nee Schaub) on December 17, 2006; sister-in-Law, Nicole Puff (nee Morin) on May 6, 2016; nephew, Mark Ives on October 9, 1991; and niece, Amber Sjoberg-Grant on January 21, 2021.

 

Celebration of Life

As per Doris's request cremation has taken place and a
Celebration of Life was held on March 11, 2021
at The Father's House Church in Morinville, Alberta

Memorial Donations

In lieu of flowers please consider a donation in memory of Doris to the Cross Cancer Institute in Edmonton

Victor Maier
September 26, 1928 ~ February 24, 2021

 

In loving memory of Victor Maier who passed on Wednesday, February 24, 2021 at the age of 65 years. Victor is survived by his wife, Marianne; his sons, David and James (Wendy); his grandchildren, Jarrett and Mallory. He was born in Armaver, Russia on September 26, 1928 to Johan and Nina (nee Petrova) Maier. Following the second world war he moved to Germany and then in 1953 came to Canada. Victor and Marianne Sawchuk got married in 1955 in Mundare, Alberta . During his career he worked at Yellow Cab Co. And the Catholic School Board. Victor was predeceased by his parents, twin brother and two sisters. Victor had many friends who enjoyed his happy humor in life.

 

 

Richard Harry Hanson
March 13, 1955 – February 20, 2021

 

On February 20 at 9:30pm Richard Hanson peacefully left Redwater Hospital and went home to be with Jesus.


39 years ago Rick committed his life to Jesus. From that point on he devoted his life to serving God by studying the Bible and teaching it to others. He wasn't a perfect person, but by the grace of God He is now in the most perfect place.

Rick was a loving husband, father, brother, uncle, grandpa, and pastor. He leaves behind his wife of 37 years, Darlene; his three sons, Matthew, David and Andrew; his brothers, Gordon and Lonnie; his sisters, Bonnie and Carol; his grandkids, Crystal, Myla, Ava and Thea; his nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.

Rick is now with his mother, Marjorie; father, Harry; and sister, Linda.

Though he is gone, he will never be forgotten. Though we grieve as a family, we anticipate the day we will be reunited.

 

Memorial Service

There will be a invite-only Memorial Service on May 22, 2021.
The service will be held in Newbrook, Alberta where he had been pastoring for the last 13 years.

 

Memorial Donations

In lieu of flowers please send donation to Newbrook Community Church in memory of Richard Hanson.

"Amazing grace, how sweet the sound
that saved a wretch like me
I once was lost, but now I'm found
was blind but now I see."
(Words by John Newton)

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