Melina Cecile Paquette (nee St.Louis)

June 10, 1934 – June 12, 2017

It is with saddened hearts that the family announces that Melina Cecile Paquette passed away peacefully on June 12, 2017 at the age of 83 years. Melina will be lovingly remembered by her five children; Denise (Brian) Brenneis, Edmond (Annette), Edward (Madeline), Omer (Denise), Emil (Dawn); eighteen grandchildren; nineteen great grandchildren; as well as numerous extended family and friends.

Melina was predeceased by her husband, Adelard Paquette; parents, Joe and Mary (nee Theberge) St. Louis; brother, Benny St. Louis; and sister, Simone (nee St. Louis) Pelletier.

We are so very grateful to the Citadel Care Center for the care mom received.

In lieu of flowers donations will be gratefully accepted in memory of Melina by St. Catherine Catholic Parish, #19, 54500 Range Rd 273, Sturgeon County, AB T8R 1Z5

Robert John Baker

March 9, 1961 ~ April 16, 2017

His ride is over, a remarkable man. Bob came to the end of his road at 1:11AM Easter Sunday April 16, 2017 in the arms of his beloved wife Barb and adoring family. It was a very short hard fought battle. Robert John Baker was only 56 years old.

He is survived by his loving wife, Barbara Jean; two daughters, Candace (Matty Green) Baker-Green, Kristin (Kyle Chambers) Baker; step-sons, Adam (Fallon Morland) Morland, Jayson (Angela Brown) Brown, Kenny Brown, Brady (Justine Inglis ) Brown; step-daughter, Dezarae (Kevin Oman) Robinson Brown, Danny (Tanya Pollard) Pollard; grandchildren, Dallas Green, Rhayne Green, Maddox Morland, Brynn Morland, Natasha Brown, Douglas Elliot, Carson Brown, Hannah Brown, Jacob Curry-Brown, James Curry-Brown, Jayse Curry-Brown, Wacey Inglis, Tyrraine Robinson, Austyn Sisson, Bailey Sisson, Mackenzie Pollard and Ana Pollard;

Brother, Ken (Shirley Baker) Baker; nephews, Rick (Stephanie Baker) Baker, Spencer Baker; sister in-law, Lori Baker; Father and Mother in-law Ken and Jean Johnson; brother in-law, Brian (Arlene Johnson ) Johnson; and his best friends, Mark (Virginia Hadwell) Hadwell , Ron (Judy Parker) Parker ; several other nephews, nieces, and many other children who found love and shelter in their home; as well as many more, too many to mention by name but so important to Bob.

Mr. Fix It will always be remembered for the kind, loving & inspirational person he was. Our hearts will be filled with love whenever we think of him. Thoughts of Bob will always bring a smile to the faces of everyone lucky enough to have him be part of their lives.  He spent 25 years working at bubbles, then Best Western for a few months when he finally came across his calling. Working with the Sturgeon Foundation in Gibbons where he loved not only his job but also his co-workers and the residence. He and his wife Barb operated a DJ/Karaoke company Karokonuts for the last 25 years where Bob shared his voice that sounded like an angel with many.

Rest in Peace Bob now your hard painful fight is over, well ours to go on without you is just beginning. You will forever be in our hearts.

Marilyn Myrna Otterson (nee Lapierre)


March 4, 1958 – April 17, 2017


Survived by her husband, Myron; children, Chris (Tammy), Kevin, Melissa (Jason), Curtis (Nicole), Jesse; grandchildren, Cecily, Alexandra, Cora-Lee, Sonya, Justin, Tristan, Cassandra, Korbin, Kiersten, Dominic, and Mystique. Her step-father, Bill; mother in-law, Grace; siblings, Carolyne, Debbie (Murray), Rick (Laurel), Kimberlee (Robert), Dan (Marti), Steve (Dianne) and Chuck; her in-laws, Gloria, Helen (Lorne), Dale; as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, and nephews and extended family. 


Predeceased by her mother, Kathryn (nee Hustis); father, Maynard; father in-law, Lloyd; and brother in-laws, Bruce and Bob.


Marilyn was so many things to so many people, but her favourite things were family, travel, country concerts and of course Tim Horton's. Her sister and best friend Debbie was there by her side for it all and they were an unstoppable team. She was always on the go, whether it was off to appointments, flying out to Ontario or BC, jumping into the car with Myron for a weekend visit to Saskatchewan to see their kids, a play, a blues festival, or a Garth Brooks concert, whatever the reason it was always done with a  Timmies in her hand.

Marilyn and Myron rarely missed a family Reunion. Marilyn thrived on large family gatherings, always making sure to include everyone and always making enough food to feed an army. She had the    amazing ability of remembering everyone, their histories, and a great story to go with it. She had unyielding patience and understanding and would sit and listen on the phone for hours, day or night, if someone needed to talk.

Marilyn was an avid country concert goer and also loved the casino, playing cards, camping, fishing and just being out in her yard with her flowers and Myron. But above all Family was everything to her.




Kassandra Lynn Marshall

May 20, 1983 ~ March 8, 2017

It is with profound sadness that we announce the sudden and unexpected passing of Kassandra Marshall (aka Craik) on March 8, 2017 at age 33 years. Kassandra will be lovingly remembered by her mother, Deborah; father, David; sister, Kimberly; grandpa, Roy; nan, Christine; aunts, Darcey (Scott) and Lynda (Barry); cousins, Corey, Oliver, Samantha, Crosby and Sabrina;  her beloved dog, Kyra; as well as numerous other extended family and friends. 



Patricia May Stimson (nee Martin)

May 8, 1942 – March 15, 2017

It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Patricia Stimson on Wednesday, March 15, 2017 at the age of 74 years. Her death was sudden and unexpected, she will be sorely missed. Patricia leaves behind to mourn her passing her mother, Clara Martin (nee Castle); husband, Darrel; her children, Beverley (Garry) Kalyn, Brenda (Donald) Kieser, Wayne (Wendy Sonnenberg) Kirk, and Joni (Dean) Ward; grandchildren, Chad (Rae), Lindsay (Brad), Dustin, Brad (Jacque), Jennifer, Trevor and Larrissa (Alex); great grandchildren, Brooke, Ben, Beckett, Bryden, Taya, Milly, Emilia, Gloria, Isaiah, James, Tyler, Ava and Logan; siblings, Rosemary, Lorraine, Kenny and Tony; as well as many nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. She was predeceased by her first husband, Russell Kirk; father, Clifford Martin; and brother, Gary Martin.

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation and/or the Alzheimer’s Society.



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