Ann Jane de Boer (nee Kay)

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It is with great sadness and much love that the family of Ann de Boer announces her passing on Tuesday, March 12, 2019, at the age of 80 years. Her family surrounded her until the end.
Ann is lovingly remembered by:
Her husband of 60 years and best friend, Art de Boer
Daughters: Sharon Gall, Cathy Wylie, and Donna (Per) Lidman
Brother Bill (Cydna) Kay
Grandchildren: Christine (Chris) Bullen, Laura (Jamie) Flis, Jordan and Andrea Wylie, Karina, Amanda, Katelynn Lidman
Great-grandchildren: Seanna, Nathan, Logan and soon to be born ‘Jelly Bean.’
Cherished and remembered also by many relatives and friends.

A celebration of Ann’s beautiful Life will be held on Friday, March 15, 2019 at 1:00 pm at West Edmonton Christian Assembly, 6315 199 Street NW, Edmonton.

The family wishes to express our grateful thanks for the kind and loving care that Ann received from the nursing and care staff at Laurier House Lynnwood.

In Ann’s memory, donations are gratefully accepted to the Diabetic Association of Alberta, Multiple Sclerosis Society of Alberta, Alberta Cancer Foundation, STARS Air Ambulance.

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West Edmonton Christian Assembly - Edmonton

6315 199 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5T 6N2

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Marge Cote and Alynne Cary

We are sorry to hear of Ann’s passing. Marge shares many memories of both Ann and Art. Many blessings for Art and your family during this difficult time.

Our prayers are with you.

Kay and Gene Wannamaker

We are so sorry for your families loss. May you find comfort and eventually peace in the memories you shared. Remembering all the get togethers and rallies with the trailer clubs where we got to know you and Ann.

Kim Mathias

Sending you love and prayers for comfort at this sad time from Connecticut! Mrs. de Boer (or “Cathy, Donna and Sharon’s mom”, as she will always be to me) holds a special place in my heart and is part of my favourite childhood memories. Who could ever forget my attempt at water skiing? Mrs. de Boer made everyone feel welcome, every event more fun and every child (of every age) feel loved. Her spirit lives on in her family. Love to you all.

Irene Trofimenkoff

Sympathy to Art & family, will miss hearing of family on your side of “tree of life “

Cliff and Joan Paton

Art, Sharon, Cathy , Donna and families:you are all in our hearts at this sad time. We have many fond memories of Coachman Travel Club days and times spent with Art and Ann on outings, at gatherings and on our Oregon trip. Cliff and Joan Parksville BC

Cathy Hyska

When I think of Ann, the first thought is how much she loved Art and her family. It’s over 20 years since we worked together, but I’ve always enjoyed the Christmas letters and catching up on the family news. You’re all in my thoughts and prayers.

Donald Reader

Shirley and I are so saddened by the news of Ann’s passing. Please accept our Sincere, Heartfelt Condolences. Ann was a Wonderful Lady and a Great Friend. All our best to Art and all the Family. God Bless.

Donnie and Shirley Reader

Breanne Guyon

Sorry to hear about your familys loss, im sending my prayers and condolences. If your family needs anything let me know

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