GLADYS ANN WHITE

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On December 6, 2019, Gladys passed away at the age of 88 years, at the Devon Hospital.

Gladys is survived by her brothers Lee (Donna) White, George White; sister-in-law Jan White; her nieces Marliss White, Joanne White, Laura White; nephews Bryan White, Dwayne White and Rick White; as well as great-nieces, great-nephews and many friends who will fondly miss her, including Rhonda Fedor.

Gladys was predeceased by her parents Dick and Violet White, brother Bob White, sister-in-law Doris White, great-niece Samantha White, great-nephew Ken Rau and good friend Erda Wolfram.

The family would like to thank the staff at the Devon Hospital and Leduc Home Care for their compassion and support of Gladys.

Viewing will take place on Sunday, December 15, 2019 from 6-8 p.m. at Serenity Funeral Service Chapel, 4702 – 51 Avenue, Leduc, AB.

A Funeral Service will be held December 16, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. at the Heimtal Moravian Church, 5315 – 127 Street SW, Edmonton, AB, with Pastor Matt Gillard and Pastor Bob Voelker officiating.

In lieu of flowers, if friends so desire, memorial donations may be made to the charity of one’s choice

.Serenity Funeral Service Leduc

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Leduc, AB T9E 6Y8

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Helen Ratch

Missed my Xmas email from her and couldn’t get ahold of her only to find her obituary on my phone . What a shock and more than a lot of grief on my part . A lot of prayers for her family left behind . I will miss her phone calls and her advice and scolding . Another beautiful soul gone to live with the lord . I miss her terribly …… A dear , dear friend….see you later ….from the rotten kid to a mature teenager .

Maisonette Village Condo Board

Gladys White will be missed. She was a dedicated part of the Condo Board as the secretary for many, many years. Gladys was feisty, caring, and had a heart of gold. Not too many things got past her. She knew the financial end of the condo records and made sure everything was up to date whether it was absence forms to who was in the RV parking site.
I will miss her almost daily telephone calls and visits to my door to discuss condo business. She was very dedicated to the running of Maisonette Village.
Bob Petite, President

Evelyn Buss

A donation of $20.00 in memory of Gladys has been made to St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Rolly View, AB

Maisonette Village Condo

We will all miss Gladys White. She was a dedicated member of the Condo Board as the secretary for many, many years. Gladys could be feisty at times and not much ever got passed here when it came to condo business. She was on top of the condo financial reports and kept everyone in there place.

I will miss her frequent telephone calls almost daily and visits to my door regarding condo work. If anything was important to her, it was Maisonette Village. Gladys was very caring person and loved living in her Leduc home.
Bob Petite, Condo President

Maisonette Village Condo Board

We all will miss Gladys White. Her dedication to the Condo Association Board as the secretary for many years will be missed and not forgotten. I will miss her very frequent telephone calls regarding condo business almost daily and visits to my door. She was on top of the financial records and the running of the condo over the years. Not much got passed her.

Gladys had a feisty streak and told it as it was. She had a heart of gold though and was a pleasure to work with. The Maisonette Village people will definitely miss her.

Bob Petite, Condo President

Bob & Linda Petite

To the White Family

We were sorry to hear of Glady’s passing. She was a good friend to us. We will miss her frequent visit’s to our house, phone calls and our visit’s to her house.
Bob and Linda Petite

Dale Bucyk

Gladys was a true friend to my mother, who passed away November 11, 2018, and to myself. She wanted to attend the burial of my mother, but was never able to for reasons beyond her control.

I knew Gladys for almost 8 years. I used to work in Walmart when Gladys was working in the Human Resources department in Leduc. I am pretty sure Gladys was glad to have left Walmart.

Gladys was responsible for doing the books for the Condominium board where she lived. I gave of myself to help Gladys with her computer problems, no matter how small, and never asked money from her at any time. I even offered to teach her. If she offered to give money, I said to her that she didn’t have to.

Gladys was always a curious person who liked to learn as much as she could. Whenever I taught her something and she learned it, I saw how excited she was. I never minded at all when she called me for help or when I stopped by on my walks to help her.

Gladys was a person who gave of herself. Whenever I had a personal problem, she had shown so much compassion towards me by giving me advice she had learned throughout her own life; like a big sister. It’s those life lessons that she shared with me that really meant a lot to me and that’s something that I will never ever forget as long as I live.

Now she is at peace in heaven and no longer in pain; visiting my mother, grandmother, and her parents. I will dearly miss her, but her memories will live on in my heart.

Ed & Sylvia Steiger

Gladys was caring , independent, and enjoyed being involved with friends. You could always get a rise out of her if you teased her about something. She was sincere, and you
always knew where she stood on issues. She liked being helpful, and always appreciated anything you did for her. We had many good times with her. She will be missed and never forgotten.

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