Denise Nobert


It is in sadness that the family of Denise Nobert (nee Lambert) announce her passing in Edmonton on Sunday April 28th, 2019 at the age of 74.

Denise was born in Westlock, Alberta on October 12th, 1944, the elder of twins.

She is survived by her husband of 48 years Alfred, and her children Michelle (Greg), Conrad (Rechel), and Marc, along with her grandchildren Luc, Jacob, Fiona, Aida, and Ryan.

She lived a full life with a positive spirit and a smile on her face, and was a partner with Alfred on many adventures.

In addition to being a wife and mother, she was a school teacher by profession. She was passionate about music, her French culture and language, and her grandchildren were the lights of her life.

A celebration of her life will be held on May 5 at the McKernan Community Centre at 11341-78 Avenue NW at 1pm (there will be a short presentation at 2:30pm). Light lunch and refreshments will be served.

Donations gratefully accepted to the MS society.

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McKernan Community Centre - Edmonton

11341 78 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6G 0N1

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Bernie Fietz

Words cannot tell you how surprised I was to note Denise’s passing when I was at our local library this afternoon. How often my daughter Lila and I have thought of you folks because my great-granddaughter Czarina (13) has played ringette in Spruce Grove frequently altho she lives in Blackfalds. We have so many great memories of you guys living next door to us! Words cannot fully express our deepest sympathies to each one of you! It has been nearly 39 years since Gordon passed away – sometimes it seems forever and other times it is like yesterday. Time does close the wound and heal the spirit and soul. May God’s presence be ever near you all and grant you comfort in your loss. I know my son Donald will be very surprised when I call him later this evening. Again, our deepest thoughts for you and know you have always been in our thoughts even though many years have passed since our neighbor-days.

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