PROSSER, Paul Windham

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On June 3rd, 2018 Paul of Spruce Grove, Alberta passed away.

He is survived by his wife Anne, children Kelly (Chris) and Mark (Nikole) including 2 grandchildren (Max & Emma) as well as his mother, siblings, & numerous other relatives.

Respecting his wishes, cremation will take place and no service will be held.

Weep Not For Me

 Weep not for me, but courage take

And love each other for my sake.

The rolling stream of life goes on

Until we meet again.

In lieu of flowers the family asks that you make a donation in Paul’s name to one of the following charities:

madd Parkland Chapter, http://maddchapters.ca/parkland/giving

Alzheimer’s Society of Canada, http://alzheimer.ca/en/ab/Get-involved/Ways-to-donate

Alberta Heart and Stroke Foundation, https://hsf.donorportal.ca/Donation

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Cathy, Kim, Linda & Gayle

Our condolences to Anne and family. Paul was a great customer and will be missed. Rest in Peace.

Karen

From as far back as my memory goes, it has always been Anne & Paul. He was a big part of my childhood. I remember how patient he was with me explaining everything I asked about. I was either at their apartment in Anthony gardens or he was over at our house. At least once a week we would all go to metro pizza together. Then when I was 10, they packed up their datsun B210 and drove to Calgary where I was lucky enough to go spend an unforgettable summer with them. They took me everywhere that summer, to the stampede, camping in the Rockies, to jasper and to Vancouver. Some of my best childhood moments were spent with them and i will miss him. I know he is up in heaven with Dad & mum, hopefully enjoying a good discussion with Dad. Right where they left off…

Helen Rumley

Our sympathies to Anne and family. We remember Paul as the story teller at Christmas parties when we took turns hosting. He had a great sense of humor! Always spoke well of his family. May Paul Rest In Peace and Anne and family remember the good times!

Brenda Moffett

Paul and I were first cousins.I was a Gillcash.My brothers Wayne and Brian and I extend our sincere sympathy to Paul’s family:his mother and siblings and wife and children and grandchildren.We live in New Brunswick and a trip West to honour Paul is not possible.

Arlene Marsh

Dear Ann,

My condolences goes out to you and your family in the passing of Paul.Time passes way too quickly. 45 years ago there was Paul, Gary, Dave & Bomber.All good friends. Then we ladies came into the picture and we all went our separate ways. Now many year’s later Paul & Gary (who sadly passed away 6 months ago) will meet again, but sadly in heaven. May they Rest In Peace.

My deepest sympathy, Arlene Marsh

Joanne Carroll

My deepest condolences to Anne and family. I was deeply saddened to hear that Paul passed away. Our family goes back a long way. I have lots of fond memories of Anne and Paul. He is now your bright shining star at night and the glow of the sunshine I the morning. May he RIP and bring you comfort knowing the deep love you had.

Joanne and Pat xo

Jan & Bob Edmonds

So many great memories through the years going all the way back to high school, then your wedding day! You and Anne were a formidable team. Strong together until you decided it was time to knock on heaven’s door. You can get the party started on the other side. Love Bob and Jan Edmonds.

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