WALLACE, Edna Edith
November 4, 1934 – August 10, 2015
It is with great sadness the family announce the passing of Edna, a beautiful soul, wife, mother, grandmother and friend, after a courageous battle with HHT.
She will be lovingly remembered by her husband of 59 years, Harry; children: Colleen (Gord), Pamela (Terry), Lindsay; eight grandchildren and one great grandchild; sister Merle (Ray); brother Ed (Olga), as well as many relatives and friends.
A Celebration of Life will be held on Tuesday, August 18, 2015 at 2:00 pm at Christ the King Lutheran Church, 13111 – 79 Street, Edmonton.
If friends so desire, memorial donations made be made to CUREHHT.org.
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The passing of a wonderful lady.
When I was about 11 I met Edna and Harry Wallace at a place called Killdeer Beach, they were the campers up on the hill. My parents became friends with them and I came to know Edna a caring and kind woman that always treated me like I was one of her own, I took to calling her Auntie Edna out of the deep respect that I have for Edna. When I was 18 my appendices removed, My parents were out of town, when Edna herd this she insisted that I stay with her and Harry so she could watch over me.
One of the great things about going to the Wallace’s is you knew that Edna would have a ton of great snacks around, she was a great cook! I will always remember her as a joyful person a truly good-hearted woman.
Harry- we are sending our condolences to you and your family, our hearts are with you, take care. Dale & Irene Grimoldby
A beautiful lady inside and out who brings a smile at the thought of her name. I will always remember the memories from Killdeer and your sweet and loving manner. Thank you for treating me like one of your own….you will be missed. To grandpa and the rest of the Wallace family, thank you for sharing this wonderful soul with us!
You will be missed greatly. We have had many great memories over the years that we will cherished for the rest of our life. Our thoughts are with the family in this time of sorrow. Until we meet again.
Love Elizabeth and Ted. Mortimer
Auntie Edna I miss you so I have many fond memories…I am thankful for Lac LaNonne as this is where it started…thank you for coming into my life…I love you and we will meet again and you can give me that loving hug and kiss