Edwin Stanley Heisler

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Ed Heisler passed away on December 3, 2015 with his family and friends by his side. Ed was predeceased by his loving wife Isabelle in 2013. Ed will be greatly missed by his step daughters Donna (Fred), Deborah (Herc); grandchildren Sarah and Sam; sisters Helen (Ian), Hilda, Sherry (Rodney) and many nieces, nephews, and other family members. Ed was predeceased by his Father (John) and Mother (Anne), three brothers (Richard, Allen, Ken) and two sisters (Fran and Tudy) and two brothers-in-law (Martin and Doug). Ed will be missed by his many friends in both Edmonton and in Arizona, where he enjoyed spending the winters.

Ed was born in Macklin, SK the third of nine children. He moved to Alberta in 1943. Ed was a welder by trade but after selling his business he put his many other talents to use while working as a property manager for the Royal Bank, and then becoming a long haul trucker before retiring.
Ed and Isabelle spent 38 happy years together and it provides the family solace to know they will again be together – for eternity.

As per Ed’s wishes, cremation has taken place. An open house will be held at Serenity Funeral Service 5311-91 Street, Edmonton, AB on Wednesday, December 30, 2015 between 6:00 and 8:00 pm for all those wishing to pay their final respects.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Mazankowski Heart Institute of Alberta.

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Florence and Dale Start

Florence and I were saddened upon receiving the news of Ed’s passing. We left Edmonton October 31, 2015 we told Ed we contact him after we arrived in Yuma Arizona. He even gave me License number of the Impala Car he was taken to Mesa Arizona in case he had trouble along the road. He was good friend to us both and will miss him at coffee in Boonie Doon back in Edmonton Alberta. May God comfort you all.

Florence and Dale Start from Yuma

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