JOHANNSEN, Wendy Leigh

It is with great sadness and heartbreak  that we announce the passing of Wendy Johannsen on Tuesday, July 21, 2020 at the age of 49 from a very short and unexpected battle with pancreatic cancer.

She is survived by her loving husband Kevin, sons Ty & Colby Johannsen, parents Arthur & Sherry Eng, brothers William & Wilkin Eng, and numerous other relatives and friends.

She will always be remembered for her love of her boys, family, continual academic enrichment, travel, deserts, and always living life to the fullest.

The family wishes to express their deepest gratitude to all the staff and Doctors at the Cross Cancer Institute (Edmonton) who were great support with her illness.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in memory of Wendy Johannsen to the Cross Cancer Institute towards Advance Cancer Research, 11560 University Avenue, Edmonton, AB T6G 1Z2, 780-432-8500,

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Lorraine Ducharme

All I can say about Wendy is, I am so grateful that I met her. I didn’t know her that well, but what I knew of her: she was an attractive, smart, charming, beautiful lady. She was always cheerful & had a smile on her face. I got to know her by dating her father-in-law who introduced me to his son, daughter, & daughter-in-law, & had several outtings together. I wished I got to know her better, but circumstances didn’t call for it. She gravitated towards people. My sincere sympathyies go out to her wonderful husband & two sons. She is in God’s hands & may she rent in peace.

Hamdy El-Hakim

Wendy lives and will live with her love and passion and work forever. She has left with us a never ending story of faith and grace. We are all proud of her and will miss the happiness she has brought for us. She will never be forgotten nor recounted in the past tense. I am honored with her.

Kim Morin

My sincere condolences to you and your family. Wendy was an awesome hockey mom! RIP

Jack & Donna Pruski

We are sending our sincerest sympathies to Kevin and his boys for your profound loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers as you navigate this time together. Cherish your memories of Wendy and take care of one another.

Deann Stein Hasinoff

Wendy was known for being extremely smart and excelled in any area of speech language pathology she chose to practice. She was an excellent mentor to her students, me being one of them. Wendy was a great support to me when I first moved to Alberta to work, and a source of advice in all things life related. She had a beautiful smile, a great sense of humour and a wonderful spirit. She will be missed.

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