Louise Marie Wulff (nee Hebert)

March 17, 1946 ~ October 10, 2020


It is with great sadness the family of Louise Marie Wulff (nee Hebert) announce her peaceful passing on Saturday, October 10, 2020 at the age of 74 years. She will be lovingly remembered and forever missed by her husband of 56 years, Ernie; their children, Jeannine (Kendall) Krywko, Kenneth (Kathy) Wulff, David Wulff and Lori (Gerard Tailleur) Wulff; 11 grandchildren; 9 great grandchildren; her brothers and sister; as well as numerous extended family and friends.


Louise was predeceased by her parents, Arthur and Jeanne (nee Desnoyers) Hebert and her brother, Lionel Hebert.


Memorial Donations
In lieu of flowers please consider a donation in memory of Louise to
St. John Baptist Parish Restoration Fund
10020 – 100 Avenue
Morinville, Alberta
T8R 1P7

David Gordon Gale
July 1, 1942 ~ October 3, 2020


It is with deep sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of David Gordon Gale, surrounded by his family, on October 3, 2020, at his home in Bon Accord, AB. Dave was born in Aberdeenshire, Scotland July 1, 1942 to Arthur and Helen, the first of 12 children. He lived a full life and brought immense joy and laughter to all who knew him.


David is already deeply missed by his wife of 55 years, Sheila Gale (nee Robertson); his children, Heather (Hugh) Alexander, Barbara (Dean) Hamdon, Lori (Scott) Bouchard and Bradley (Lyn) Gale; his cherished grandchildren, David (Rebekah) Alexander, Ashley (Mitchell) Small, Shaylina (Roy) Babb, Maliha Hamdon, Nathan Doctor, Jenessa Doctor, Olivia Bouchard, Beau (James) Miller, Jade (Leo) Adams and Kaine (Amanda) Rogers; his precious great grandchildren, Benjamin and Sophie Alexander, Kale, Emma, and Kaydan Dvorak, Cody & Zak Miller; his siblings, Adeline (Bernie) Gale, Emma (Ron) Mac Neil, Brother John Gale, Dan (Marg) Gale, Martha (Jim) Moore, Catherine (Dave) Mac Neil, Ellen (Dave) Turner, Loretta (Brent) Murdock and Hughie (Dayle) Gale. Dave leaves behind a very long list of sister and brother in laws, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and dear friends from all over the world.


Dave was pre-deceased by his mother and father, Art & Helen (nee Copland) Gale; his brother, Tom Gale; his sister, Mary Mac Neil and others he loved who left before him.





Dave was an absolute warrior as he battled his Cancer diagnosis. The family wishes to extend a heartfelt thank you to all the amazing medical professionals that worked with Dave during these past few years. A special thanks to the amazing Dr.King, Oncologist, Cross Cancer Institute and her wonderful team Derrick, Stephen and Lauren to name a few. A big thanks to the Morinville Home Care team lead by Amanda, to Dr.Okolie, Bon Accord Medical and to Tara and Jessica for all their compassion. Lastly, a thank you to the Gibbons EMS team Lee, Chelsea and Riley. Your quiet presence was appreciated beyond words. Our family is touched by all the kindness Dave was shown. We will be forever grateful.

Mary Margaret Catagas
January 6, 1951 ~ September 20, 2020

It is with reverence that the family of Mary Margaret Catagas announces her peaceful passing with family by her side in Bon Accord, Alberta at 6:03 a.m. on Sunday, September 20, 2020 at the age of 69 years.

Mary was born on January 6, 1951, in Clanwilliam, Manitoba, Canada, to John Alexander Catagas and Rose Ann Amyotte. She and her siblings were raised on the Tootinaowaziibeeng (Valley River 63A) Treaty Reserve east of Roblin, MB. During her lifetime, Mary lived all across Canada and the United States including in Winnipeg, Dauphin and Oklahoma City with many years spent in Edmonton.

Mary was very proud of her son, Sean, whom she loved dearly. They spent many hours watching westerns and martial arts movies together and loved to eat out at different places. She worked in many jobs over the years ranging from home care worker to security guard. Mary enjoyed collecting trinkets, reading books, attending Cree classes and doing beadwork. She loved to get out and ride her bike, listen to gospel or country music and absolutely loved sweets!!! Mary had an amazing personality which drew people into her circle of friends. She was known for being spunky, stubborn, caring, independent, loving, giving and having room in her heart for everyone.

She was honoured to be a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints since her baptism on August 30, 1980. She had amazing faith and loved going to church. She felt it helped her learn to be a good mother to her son. In the restored gospel of Jesus Christ, Mary found a loving Jesus who guided her throughout life and, now, back again to her heavenly home.

Mary is survived by her son, Sean (Nicole) Catagas of Bon Accord, AB; grandchildren, Chanell Yvonne House, Tanya Mary Nepoose, Cesar Oscar Blood, Jaysen Nepoose, Kayden Storm Paul Catagas, Dakota Lee Howard Catagas, Nakita Rain Mary Catagas and Kyda Skye Victoria House; honourary grandchildren, Dawn Barrett, Charity House, Tyler Cooper, Wade Nepoose, Pesch Nepoose, JLynn Wilson, Dominic Wilson and James Deering; siblings, Jeanette Catagas of Brandon, MB and Mervin (Mildred) Catagas of Roblin, MB; and numerous cousins, nephews and nieces.

She has reunited with her parents, John Catagas and Rose Ann Amyotte; step-father, Philip Anderson and step-mother, Ida Houle; siblings, Nellie Lena May, Ernest Winston, Gerald “David” Wendell, Evelyn Emily, and Charles Gordon Catagas; Roy Alfred, Charity, Stanley, and Joseph Edwin Anderson; and Norman Catagas. Mary will be interred at the New Anglican Cemetery in Tilton, NL, near her grandson Nicholas Sean Young-Catagas.


Gloria Ann Barley
May 8, 1984 ~ September 9, 2020


It is with heavy hearts the family of Gloria Ann Barley announce her sudden passing at age 36 years, at the University of Alberta Hospital with her family by her side. Gloria is survived by her 2 children, Donte and Ayanna; parents, Arne Hass and Barbara Barley; sister, Colette (Inderjit); brother, Jonathan (Karmen); 3 nephews, Ajay, Ashton and Damien; best friend (sister) Christine (Daniel) and Lehland; as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins, extended family and friends.



Elsie Lena Hicks
November 4, 1932 ~ September 10, 2020


She softly smiled and looked into the sad eyes of her husband and daughters and she said “So long, country bumpkin, the frost is gone now from on the pumpkin. I’ve seen some sights and life’s been something. See you later country bumpkin”.


It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to Elsie Hicks (nee Letersky) who passed away September 10, 2020 at the age of 87 years. Elsie was the glue that held together a large family of 6 girls, 14 grand kids, 15 great grand kids and a loving husband. The passion she had for her family was undeniable and allowed for each of us to truly grasp the powerful relationship between a husband and wife. Terry and Elsie went through good times and bad, never losing sight of what was important – their family.
Her perfect sassy attitude and love for her family will live on in each family member and the many wonderful memories of Elsie Hicks will be forever cherished by all.


She is survived by husband, Terry; children, Debbie (George), Ryan ( Lauren, Everett & Kemper), Brett ( Mark, Dylan, Caleb, Blake). Linda (Bill), Justin ( Brandy, Bently, Cailyn, Harper), Jaret ( Amanda, Odin), Jordan. Lorin (John). Cindy (Shane), Meagan (Blaire, Marek, Oaklyn), Myles (Courtney), Melissa (Rance, Emmett, Memphis, Tucker). Leslee, Halley, Logan. Tania (Corey), Nolan, Nevan, Bailey (Haley, Sophia), Nathan (Jade).


Predeceased by her parents, Mary and Joe; siblings, Olga and Terry.


Memorial Donations

In lieu of flowers please consider a donation in memory of Elsie
to the Kidney Foundation Canada
at kidney.ca





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