Harmon David Mah died suddenly from a heart attack on August 24th at the age of 78 at Laurier House in Edmonton.
Celebration of Harmon’s life will take place at Richmond Park Church, 9340 69 Avenue NW, at noon on August 30th, and a Committal Service will be on August 31st at the Edmonton Cemetery, 11820-107 Ave, Block 52, Plot N, between 10:30 and 11:00 am
Members of his immediate family members include sister Bea Mah Holland and brother-in-law Peter Holland from Boston, MA; brother Esmond from Toronto; brother Carmen and sister-in-law Anne Eng from Vancouver; and nieces Rebekka and Jane Hutton—with their partners Michael Scahill and Adrian Blackwell—from Toronto.
While challenged by many factors that many would find daunting, Harmon has been totally appreciative and grateful for these last “best years of my life,” As noted so eloquently by his amazing volunteer of 12 years, Peter Brandt, “Harmon has given me numerous gifts; that of sincerity, honesty, friendship, gentleness, and of course, above all, gratitude, among others.”
To recognize Harmon’s relentless positivity and the place where he was enabled to flourish, please contribute to CapitalCare Foundation for Laurier House Lynnwood, CapitalCare Foundation, 6th Floor, 10909 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton, AB T5J 3M9