GREENOUGH, Audrey Penny

December 18, 19** – January 3, 2018

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Penny Greenough, of Spruce Grove. She will be lovingly remembered as a strong and independent spirit, who taught us the importance of “mad money” and that a lady should never state her age. She was always ready to take on the world once she put on her lipstick, she loved aimless drives around the city, and has loved her daily games of Scrabble with her “lover boy,” playing over 1800 games since his retirement.

Penny was born to parents Leo and Alice Aslin, and she grew up in Jasper Place amongst three siblings, Rick, Ron, and Rita, all of whom predeceased Penny.
She is survived by her loving husband Graham, her daughter Melissa Jenkins (Terry), her son Tim Greenough, as well as her granddaughter Julianna Kulak (Michael, Emmett and baby to be)
A celebration of her life will be held on January 12, 2018 at 2:00pm, at New Life Community Church, 5009 51 Ave, Stony Plain, AB

The family would like to extend our gratitude to the nurses and Dr.’s at the Misericordia Hospital as well as the Cross Cancer Institute.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Cross Cancer Institute, or the Canadian Cancer Society.

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New Life Community Church - Stony Plain

5008-51 Avenue Stony Plain AB CA T7Z 1C2

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(CSM) Maureen Demydwich

I remember working with penny at Walmart. CSM Marie sent me over to Penny for Penny to train me on customer service. I was young and a little apprehensive. I walked up to the desk not quite knowing what to expect and Penny looked at me and said,”Well come on back here girl. You’re not going to get any training over there are you?” Penny and Evelyn were known as the queens of the courtesy desk LOL. I dare say that Penny did a darn good job treating me because I was doing that job among others at Walmart for 12 years before moving on. She always gave 100%. She was a lovely lady and even after I left I would always say hello when I was back in the store. She had a feisty spirit and she will be missed. My condolences to her friends and family.

Sharon Webb

My deepest condolences to the family and I enjoyed working with penny she always made me laugh sure going to miss her

Darren McColeman

My deepest condolences to the family, it was a great pleasure working with Penny, and an honour to know her!

Tammy Adams

Always had a smile for me.
Kindness in her eyes, even when she was pissed at us lol.
Cared for many more then herself.
Loved unconditionally.

Lots of love to you Lissa.
Prayers and hugs for you all xoxo

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