Alice Roberta Strawson (nee Henshall)

January 25, 1932 – December 8, 2018

Alice was set free from her pain on Saturday, December 8, 2018 at 86 years of age with her family at her side. Alice grew up in Coronado and on the Athabasca Landing Trail, the youngest of 10 children. She raised her family in Bon Accord, Alberta. Alice is survived by her 5 children and their families, Edward (Dorothy), Tom (Vivian), Terry, Fay (Roland), and Lyle (Karen).

An inurnment will take place at Bowden Cemetery in Bowden, Alberta at a later date.

Funeral Service
Monday, December 17, 2018
at 1:30 pm
Sturgeon Memorial Funeral Chapel
5016 -47 Avenue
Bon Accord, Alberta.

Memorial Donations
In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to
Central Alberta Women’s Emergency Shelter, Box 561, Red Deer, Alberta T4N 5G1
or a charity of your choice.




Thomas Arthur Lewis

November 13, 1925 - December 2, 2018

It is with much love and gratitude for a life well lived that the family of Thomas Lewis, of Bon Accord, announces his passing at the age of 93 years.  Thomas was predeceased by his parents Charles and Bertha; brother, Stewart (Jessie); sisters, Olive (Bill) and Shirley (Frank); children; Brian and Beth.  

Thomas is lovingly remembered by his sister, Mary; brothers, Bob and Vernon; treasured wife of 64 years, Roseann; sons, Kendall (Trina), Basil (Kelly); daughters, Wendy, Tina (Andrew); son-in-law, Dave (Wanda); grandchildren, Christine (Travis), Alec (Kim), Morgan, Katherine (Simon), Ian, William (Marisa), Richard, Ryley (Natascha), Sidney, Vanessa, James, Shaneen; and great-grandchildren, Robert, Oliver, Ariel, Kenna, Koen, Logan and Penelope.  The family wishes to thank the staff at Redwater Health Centre for their compassionate care in his final hours.  

A Celebration of Thomas’s Life

 Saturday, December 8, 201
 at 1:00 pm
Gibbons Community Cultural Centre
5115 – 51 Street
Gibons, Alberta

Memorial Donations

In lieu of flowers donations may be made directly to

STARS Air Ambulance and/or the Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation.




Geoffrey “Geoff” Thomas Jones

October 24, 1939 – November 23, 2018

Geoff passed away in his home in Gibbons, just as he would have wished. He started his life in Manchester, England where he loved to play soccer and cricket, and was a Boys’ Brigade Officer. This is where Geoff met Chris and they started their journey together as a family. Geoff brought his young family to Canada, a place of opportunities, and after some years in London, Ontario, they arrived in Gibbons, Alberta. Geoff made it his mission to contribute to this great town. On top of his busy work and family life, he was on the Gibbons Volunteer Fire Department, a long-time Town Councillor, a founding member of Gibbons Minor Soccer, just to mention a few of his endeavors. Most importantly, Geoff made memories with everyone he met and took pride in his family, friends, and community.


Geoff leaves behind his loving wife of 56 years, Chris, along with his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. He leaves behind two children, Susan (Ed) and David (Victoria); seven grandchildren, Rebecca, Brendyn, Samantha, Jamie, Aiden, Kieran, and Harlow; and two great-grandchildren, Kai and Liam. Also, his extended family and friends who are like family, as well as nieces and nephews.


Geoff was predeceased by his parents, George and Florence; his brother, Gerald; and brother in-law, Stuart.


Celebration of Geoff’s Life

Saturday, December 1, 2018
at 2:00 pm
Gibbons Community Cultural Centre
5115 – 51 Street
Gibbons, Alberta


Memorial Donations

In Lieu of flowers donations will be gratefully accepted by
The Gibbons/Bon Accord Food Bank or do a good deed in memory of Geoff.







Phyllis Mae Anderson (nee Latch)

April 30, 1951 – November 13, 2018

Phyllis passed away at the Grey Nuns Hospital on November 13, 2018 following a brief illness. She is survived by her loving son, Michael (Carole) and delight of her life, her grandson, Drake.

Phyllis is also survived by her sisters, Diane, Patti (Lee), and Harriett (Arne) and her brother, Ron (Brenda). Aunty “Foo-Foo” will be dearly remembered by her nephews and nieces, Stephen (Tammi), Amanda, James, Noah; Noel (Kaylen), Bryce, Lorelei; Ruth-Anne; Tyler, Cash, Quinn; Dana (Caitlin); Kyler and Emily.

Phyllis was predeceased by her parents, Harry and Deana Latch, and brother in-law, Ben Wesley.

The family wishes to extend their sincere appreciation to the staff and doctors of Unit 52 and the ICU at the Grey Nuns Hospital for their care and compassion.

 Memorial Service
Friday, November 23, 2018
at 2:00 pm
Sturgeon Memorial Funeral Chapel
5016 – 47 Avenue
Bon accord, Alberta


Memorial Donations
In lieu of flowers memorial donations will be gratefully accepted by 
The Heart and Stroke Foundation.



Terry Rowland Adams

March 28, 1938 – November 11, 2018

With heavy hearts the family of Terry Adams announces his passing on Sunday, November 11, 2018 at age 80 years. Terry is survived by his wife, Patricia and her children, Loretta (Ziad) and Matthew. He is also survived by his children, Susan (Ken) of St.  Albert and their children, Victoria, Christian, Elijah, Nicholas, and Noah; Wendy (Michael) of Surrey, B.C. and their children, Cassandra and Tristan; son, Christopher (Claudia) of Edmonton. Sandra, the mother of Terry’s children. Also survived by his brother, Kenneth “Ross”. Terry is also a great grandfather of 3, Elizabeth and Emmet (Victoria and Cory) and Riley (Christian and Amanda).

Terry was predeceased by his parents, Barbara and Alfred “Kenneth”, and Shon.

Terry referred to himself as a “Goofy Newfie”. Terry was a bobby with the Wiltshire Constabulary in England for 3 years and Military Policeman with RAF, as a dog handler. He proudly served with the Edmonton Police Service for 37 years. Terry also had many hobbies including stamps, coins, and police memorabilia collecting, Military and ship modelling. He was a member of Alberta Model Ships, Alberta Model Soldier Societies, and Edmonton Police Museum. He loved dogs, soccer, and was a diehard Pompey fan. He had a great sense of humour and there wasn’t a poop or pee story he didn’t love. There are fond memories of whisker moustache kisses, and great storytelling. Terry was a man of strength, wisdom, and courage.

It is fitting and honourable that Terry passed on Remembrance Day!!

A special thank you to the staff of the palliative care unit at Foyer Lacombe in St. Albert for their loving care and compassion.


Funeral Service
Monday, November 19, 2018
at 1:00 pm
North Pointe Community Church
14025 - 167 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta

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

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