Albert Henderson

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**  DUE TO RECENT HEALTH CONCERNS, THE CELEBRATION OF LIFE FOR ALBERT HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE **

A kind, loving, and gentle man embarked on his new journey on February 25, 2020.  Albert Ross Henderson found peace in God.  He lived a fulfilling and adventurous life.

Born in Nova Scotia, Albert grew up working hard, while enjoying the ocean, outdoor pursuits, lots of singing and feasting on lobster.  After high school, he graduated with degrees from Saint Francis Xavier University and McGill University, and Presbyterian College.  He served as a minister for several years, then made a career change into commercial real estate.

Albert loved nature and sports.  He was a beautiful skier, accomplished woodsman and hunter, camper, hiker, and above all, a golfer.  He loved to share these passions with family and friends.  He also loved singing and participated in musical groups and choirs.

Albert is survived by his loving wife, Leslie; sons, A. Steven (Pam) Henderson, Alan Henderson, Larry (Jean) Henderson, Stephen (Mona) Henderson; sister, Margaret Schmitt, several grandchildren, nieces, and nephews, and a close extended family.

A Celebration of Life will be held on March 20, 2020, at 7:00 PM at First Baptist Church, 10031 109 St NW, Edmonton.

If desired, memorial tributes may be made to the First Baptist Church Organ Fund.

Parking is available on the street and across 109 Street in a pay lot; please walk to either corner to cross the road.  Underground parking is also available in the Mayfair buildings on the corner of Jasper Ave and 109 St.  Access is from the lane going north toward Jasper Ave on 109 St, or the first lane going south on 108 St from Jasper Ave.

 

 

 

 

 

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Celebration of Life
First Baptist Church - Edmonton

10031-109 Street, Edmonton, AB, CA

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Bikram Singh, Simarjit Kaur, Sukhy, Sunny & Harjas Aulakh

Dear Leslie and Family, Albert was a rare gem, a true friend, an inspiration who has left an imprint forever on our hearts. My family and I were blessed to have ever known such a beautiful and thoughtful person. We are deeply saddened to learn of his passing. We will miss his presence, his smile and the lovable person he was, and will cherish the precious memories he has left behind for us. May god give him abundant happiness and peace in heaven. Please accept our deepest sympathies and know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

Kevin Downey

I admired Uncle Albert all of my life. A warm, kind and generous man, he affected us all with his joyous sense of adventure. There would always be lots of laughter and singing at any social gathering he attended.
My deepest sympathies to Leslie and the rest of his surviving family.

David and Sheila Erickson

Dear Leslie. We were saddened to hear about your loss. One memory that will stand out is our daughter Julie interviewing him for a class psychology project where he discussed much of his life’s details. He was such an open, transparent man who so freely gave of himself. And yes, his love of golf was so evident!

Sheila Dubon

Leslie and family, i am sorry for your loss. May he rest in peace and may it comfort you that he is resting. God Bless you all.

Lyanne Burak

Leslie, I am so sorry to hear of Albert’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family!!

Mary Schweitzer

Leslie, I was saddened to read of Albert’s passing. in this week’s FBC’s newsletter I will always remember him as part of the choir when we were both there and his pleasant, friendly ways., and both your friendship to me.
May you know God’s love and blessing during the days and months to come. Mary Schweitzer

Dorothy & Philip Burridge

Dear Leslie and family. Philip and I send our love and prayers to you.. We are saddened to hear of Albert’s passing, but know he is at rest. God Bless.

Anne & David Tivey

Heaven has gained an Angel! We are so saddened to hear of Albert’s passing. What a kind, fun & special man he was. My fondest memories are when Albert would grab his guitar & gather a crowd to sing together. Those camping adventures years ago are heartwarming memories forever with Albert. He was a man that deserved respect for his principals & honesty. He will be greatly missed. RIP

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