Anne Krupa

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It is with a sense of deep sorrow, loss, and thankfulness for her life that we announce that our beloved Anne Krupa, passed away peacefully at her home in Gibbons on the morning of December 10, 2018 with family at her side.
Born January 1, 1927 she was predeceased by her husband, Joe; her sister, Katie; her sister, Helen; and all of her sisters and brothers-in-law.
She is survived by her sister, Natalka Krupa; her brother, John Kochan; her son, Wayne (Paula) and their children; SkyAnne Krupa, Kimberly (Chris) Johnson, Kerry (Joel) Derdall, and great-grandson, Judah Derdall, her son, Gene (Kate) and children, Joel Krupa, JoyAnne Krupa (Josh Lavigne), Tim Krupa, and Jeff Krupa; as well as numerous beloved nephews and nieces, and their families.
She will be deeply missed and fondly remembered by her family, her fellow church members, her neighbors and friends, and her former students and teaching colleagues.
A prayer service will be held at 7:00 PM Friday, December 14 at Serenity Funeral Service at 9914-103 Street, Fort Saskatchewan, AB.
A funeral mass will be held at 10:00 AM Saturday December 15th at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Gibbons, 4602-50 Ave. followed by a luncheon.
Interment will be at 1:15 at St. Michael’s Cemetery in Edmonton 13819-82 St.
Memorial Donations in her honour may be directed to: Catholic Social Services, Msgr. William Irwin Memorial Fund 12431 Stony Plain Road, Edmonton, AB T5N 3N3

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5113-49 Ave Wetaskiwin AB CA

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Kathy Gardello

Auntie Anne was a amazing woman who I admired very deeply. She left scars of happy memories and love. Always loving kind and caring. She use to give gifts every time we visited and one that remains is a powder puff kit for the face when I was a little girl. For some reason that has resonated some fond and happy thoughts. Her royal touch in the garden created such beautiful flowers. I hope to carry on her unconditional love and caring. Always encouraging and blessing! A pearl among all pearls! Truly impacted us on such a huge level!

Carrie Havens

We loved Auntie Anne, and will miss her loving, kind heart. She lived her life investing in people, and brought out the best in everyone. The memories leave a warm feeling of her kindness and generosity. Though we lived far apart, she felt close on the phone, or during our visits. She loved to cook and serve, and her gardens were extraordinary. Her memory lives on when we see gardens, hummingbirds… If we could only see her now — fully restored in every way — along with our Mom . Our hearts long for the day we’ll see them again!

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