Komick, Wendy Olga


On December 1st, 2019, Wendy passed away with her loving family and her partner Claude Paquette by her side.

She leaves to cherish her memory, her mother Jean Zukowsky, her dedicated sons Daniel and Christopher, sisters Gladys (Alex Hula), Grace (Warren Predy) and all her numerous and much loved nieces, nephews and grand nieces and nephews.

Predeceased by her husband and father of her sons Danny Komick (1963-2006), sister Dianne Zuber (1952-2011) and her father Peter Zuber (1919-1995).

Wendy’s love of hockey after many years as a hockey mom netted many long term friendships for her, Daniel and Chris. Her dedication and love of the Oilers never wavered, as she indicated in her own words, “even when they suck!”

Her most recent employment with Alberta Health Services as support staff also provided her with many long formed friendships, in addition to numerous long term friendships from her past. These dear friendships were obvious with everyones visits these past few months, which Wendy thrived on. For this we thank each and every one of you.

Wendy’s health struggles began early in life in her late 30’s with kidney failure but she was given a new lease on life with a well matched kidney transplant in 2000.

In 2018 what was thought of as a successful surgery happened with her first cancer diagnosis. The unexpected reoccurrence in May 2019 unfortunately resulted in her succumbing to her final battle with cancer on December 1st.

On behalf of Wendy’s entire family we want to sincerely thank the Grey Nuns Palliative Care nursing staff and Doctor’s for their compassion and ongoing care in making Wendy’s time and last days as comfortable as possible.

In lieu of flowers as an expression of sympathy, memorial donations may be made in Wendy’s name to the Cross Cancer Institute www.cancer.ca and/or the Kidney Foundation of Canada, www.kidney.ca

Please join us for a Celebration of Life memorial to be held on Sunday, February 23, 2020 at 12:00 pm at Woodvale Community Center (located inside MillWoods Golf Course) 4540 – 50 Street, Edmonton

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Woodvale Facility/Mill Woods Golf Course - Edmonton

4540 50 St NW, Edmonton, AB T6L 6B6

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Today I said my final goodbyes to you Wendy, it was one of the hardest things to do. So many people young & old remembering you. Your challenges, your strength, your love of live. You live on in the hearts of everyone that knew you, and I am blessed to have known my best friend for 38 years. You are gone, but will never be forgotten, love you forever.

Dave and Kala

Wishing Claude, Daniel, and Christopher peace to bring comfort and courage to face the days ahead. Though our words can do little, we hope our thoughts and prayers will support you at this time.


Wendy you were a very positive person always a smile no matter what was thrown your way .You were so so proud of your boys they were always first in your life .rest in peace my dear you will never be forgotten Boys and Claude you are in my prayers .will remember her also when the Oilers play she always had her oilers jacket ,earrings .etc and her big smile she did not care if they won or lost she was a true oilers fan .she will be missed at the Big Valley Jamboree and she made the best lazy cabbage rolls ( she never gave me her were the ) Rest In Peace

Lynn Barradell

I am so sorry for your loss. I sincerely hope for peace and love for Wendy’s beautiful family .
I know Wendy from work , she was always kind and thoughtful . She will be missed dearly.

Joyce Zilinski

Such a wonderful mother and friend to all. Gone too soon but will always be remembered just as in the lovely picture. My heartfelt condolences. RIP dear cousin.

Evelyn Carrington

I am truly sorry for your loss,, we haven’t been in close contact with Wendy for years,, but I will never forget her visit with mom who was palliative years ago,, Wendy recognized the name , since she worked at the hosp… visited mom and us after introducing herself,, What an honor it was! I am a cousin to her late father in law,, what a gem Wendy was,, I am so sad for her family,,, hugs and much love,, Ev

Kim Hula-Hetu

My sincere condolences to all of Wendy’s family and friends. She was always positive, caring, and friendly, and she will be missed greatly by those lucky enough to have known her.

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