Frederick Charles Tookey

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TOOKEY, Frederick Charles
September 12, 1930 ~ August 24, 2015
It is with great sadness that we advise of the passing of Frederick Charles Tookey, on August 24, 2015 at the age of 84 years. Fred was born to Fred & Selma Tookey in Edmonton, Alberta on September 12, 1930 and was the oldest of four children (Frederick, Bernice, Ronald & Raymond).

Fred is remembered by his wife, Marjorie Tookey, his children: Dan (Denita) Tookey of Whitecourt, Keith (Sandy) Tookey of Olds, Holly (Don) Dahl of Edmonton, Lorie Courtnage of Edmonton, Debbie (Ben) Shirley of Whitecourt, Wendy (Dennis) Bainbridge of Calgary and numerous grandchildren, great- grandchildren, brothers and sisters-in-law, and nieces and nephews.

Fred was predeceased by his parents Fred & Selma Tookey, his Sister Bernice Shostak and his youngest son Barry Christopher Tookey.

Fred was raised in Edmonton and went to Eastwood High School. In High School Fred was an all-star football player, also a boxer and Alberta Golden Gloves Contender. He was very active in the Church, the Community, Scouting and the Lions Club.

Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, August 29th, 2015 at 1:00 pm at St. Peters Lutheran Church, 5012 51 Avenue, Leduc AB.

Following the service, a celebration of life which includes lunch will be held at LA Crude Rugby/Sports Club, 4205 – 48 Avenue, Leduc, AB.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St. Peters Lutheran Church (5012 51 Avenue, Leduc, T9E 5L2) or the Alzheimer Society of Alberta & NWT (10531 Kingsway Avenue, Edmonton, AB T5H 4K1)

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Roger Humbke

It is with great fondness and pride I remember the times when Fred was our Boy Scout Troop Leader in New Norway. As a young boy living on a farm 10 miles NW of New Norway it was difficult for us to get to the Scout meeting, but we did and Fred made it all worth while. I also have fond memories of babysitting for Marjorie at their home West of Duhamel and in New Norway across from the hall. Their home was always a beehive of activity and everyone was welcome. Fred was the reason I started a Scout Troop at the community of Conklin.

We all connected by phone on Oct. 28 to share memories and relate how Fred Tookey and the Boy Scouts have had such a positive influence in our lives.

Our thoughts are with Marjorie and family.

Roger Humbke, Harvey Humbke, Dale Haggerty & Ken Haggerty of the Eagle Patrol
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Len and Linda Grainger

Our deepest thoughts, memories, tears and love to all of you on such a sad day.
But, knowing Fred, it is also a joyous day because he is now with God!
May you all find peace within your hearts!
Len and Linda Grainger
xox..

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