MAURINE SIMONSON

It is with great sadness that we announce the loss of our dear mother and beloved wife, Maurine Simonson.

Maurine was born in Tonkawa, Oklahoma in 1934. She was a loved school teacher who spent the majority of her career at Mills Haven School in Sherwood Park. Maurine married Henry Simonson in Vermont in 1962 and together they raised three children: Caroline Simonson of Camrose; son Eric Simonson of Dallas, Texas; and Andrée (Mark) Griffin of Harrisonburg, Virginia. Maurine had a deep faith in the Lord which she loved to share with others.

Maurine is survived by her loving husband Henry; sister Marilyn Davis of Columbia, Missouri; and extended family members. Maurine was predeceased by her parents Della and Charlie Mitchell of Wichita, Kansas.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to a charity of one’s choice.

Proverbs 31:28 Her children arise and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praises her.

 

 

 

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Sheryl Ann Pearce (McCoy)

My mother Neila Mast Pearce, was Maurine’s first cousin, as she was the daughter of Lester Cassius Mast. Our family, and my mother in particular always enjoyed the times, over the years, when we received phone calls or mail from Maurine. Her vists were special also. My mother, Neila Nannette Mast Pearce was ill last year, so we hadn’t heard from Maurine. I’m so saddened to hear of Maurine’s passing, she was a kind, generous, and a vibrant woman.

Mollie hall

I remember Maurine with great affection. We were neighbours many years ago, and Maurine was always so very kind and always ready to lend a helping hand. I send my sympathy and love to the family whom I remember with affection.

Brenda Macdonald (Lebid)

So sorry to hear that Mrs. Simonson has passed away. She was my Grade 2 Teacher at Mills Haven in the early 1970’s. She was a very kind, thoughtful, and lovely person. A group of us kids would stop at her home in Mills Haven to walk with her to school in the mornings. I always remember her and will never forget this dear lady.

Ken & Linda Danforth

Remembering her never failing thoughtful, pleasant and happy greetings whenever we met. Our Sincere Condolences.
Ken & Linda.

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