D.F. “Snip” Loblick

August 25, 1929 – July 29, 2016

Snip was born at home in Stony Plain, Alberta on August 25, 1929 to his parents Albert and Helena (nee Schindler) Loblick. He passed away peacefully on July 29, 2016 at the Kipnes Center for Veterans, Edmonton, Alberta.

Snip leaves to mourn his passing his loving wife of 62 years Shirl (nee Schauer) Loblick; his eldest son, Donald Loblick of Gibbons, Alberta, youngest son Merlin (Silvana) Loblick of Colorado Springs, Colorado; grandchildren, Corrie (Shawn) Melloy of Edmonton, Alberta, Ryan (Angela) Loblick of Mission, British Columbia, Shawn (Kristie) Loblick of Gibbons, Alberta, Jessica Loblick of Denver, Colorado, and Ben Loblick of Denver, Colorado; great grandchildren, Alyssa Loblick, Faith Loblick, and Jaxson Loblick; as well as numerous extended family and friends.

Snip was predeceased by his parents, Albert Loblick in 1960 and Helena (nee Schindler) Loblick in 1963 both from Gibbons, Alberta; older brother, Norton Loblick in 2006; and sister, Bernice Pollock in 2013.

The family invites you to join them for a Legion Memorial Service which will be held to honor and celebrate Snip’s life on Thursday, August 4, 2016 at 1:00 pm, at The Cultural Center 5115 – 51 Street Gibbons, Alberta.

In Lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to to CapitalCare Kipnes Centre for Veterans, 4470 McCrae Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta T5E 6M8  and/or the Gibbons Legion 226, 5027 50 St,Gibbons,Alberta T0A 1N0.


George "Glenn" Cissell
93 years of age

November 6, 1922 - June 21, 2016

Glenn left us peacefully after his long await to be reunited with his beloved wife of 48 years Cynthia Doreen Cissell . Glenn is lovingly remembered by his 4 children: Doreen , Raymond , Keith, and David; 12 grandchildren; and 9 great grandchildren; as well as many close friends in which he touched their lives and hearts dearly.

Memorial Service

Saturday, July 9, 2016
at 11:30 am
Sturgeon Memorial Funeral Chapel

Fellowship
Following service at
Dew Drop Inn (Senior Center)
Inside Spruce View Manor Lodge
4539-49 Street
Gibbons, Alberta


Norman Bagshaw

February 1, 1928 – June 26, 2016

 Norman Bagshaw passed away June 26, 2016 at the age of 88 with his daughter Charlene and son Stuart at his bedside. He was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and uncle. Born at Lane End Farm, Abney, Derbyshire, England on February 1, 1928, he went to school in Peak Forest and lived in Smalldale, England. On March 25, 1953 he left Liverpool, England arriving in Nova Scotia, Canada on April 1, 1953. He worked at several jobs in Eastern Canada until the next spring when he was ready to call Canada quits but determined to see the Calgary Stampede he arrived in Cowtown May 13, 1954. Stepping onto Alberta soil he claimed “I am home.” It was at the square dances in Calgary that he says he met his “waterloo”, Margaret Alice Ralston and the rest is history. Norman farmed and was a maintenance man for different companies as well as had his own farm and maintenance company. At the age of 75 he was still able to do a headstand and was always challenging himself to learn new things and try new opportunities that came his way. Norm is remembered for his smiling face, good humour and unconditional love, acceptance and encouragement of his family and their friends. He was a man of integrity and a gentleman. Norman will be lovingly remembered by his daughter Charlene (Colin) Bishop and son Stuart (Bonnie) Bagshaw; cherished grandfather of Scott (Michelle), Allise, Shelby, Jasmine and Jaylene Bishop, Zayne Bagshaw, Jasmine, Nadia and Rhiannon Ross. Proud great grandfather of Henry Bishop. He loved his nieces Christine (Kevin), Carol, Marilyn, Marina (Dave), Joanne, and Angela. As well as his nephews Ron (Pat) and Robert (Charlie). He was predeceased by his wife Margaret on April 27, 2016, his mother Elsie, his father Joe, his “mom” Annie, his siblings Ron, John and Kath, his sister-in- law Sheila and his niece Wendy Bagshaw and nephew Leslie Bagshaw.

A Celebration of Life

Thursday, July 7, 2016
at 3:00 p.m.
 at the Graminia Hall
 Graminia Road north of Devon, Alberta –51101 Range Road 270.