Raymond Henry Prochnau

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Ray passed away peacefully with his family at his bedside.

He is survived by his friend and  loving wife of 60 years, Doris Doreen (Schmidt);
his children Elaine (Larry) Bartz, David (Valerie) Prochnau, Paul (Cassie) Prochnau;
grandchildren Leah, Charlene and Cody-Ray Bartz,  Evan and Caylie Prochnau, Breanne and Ben Prochnau;
sisters, Hilda, Marlene, Wilma and Muriel; brothers Arnold, Kurt and Harvey.

Interment to take place at 10:00am, Friday December 21, at Bruderheim Moravian Cemetery.
A Celebration of Life Service will follow at 2:00 pm at Edmonton Moravian Church, 9540 83 Avenue NW,
with a reception after the service.

In lieu of flowers consider donations to the Salvation Army
Alberta Divisional Headquarters
9618 101A Avenue NW, Edmonton, AB T5H 0C7
www.salvationarmy.ca/donations
or a charity of your choice.

Location information

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Interment
Bruderheim Moravian Church and Cemetery

5124 48 Street, Bruderheim, Alberta

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Celebration of Life
Edmonton Moravian Church

9540 83 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6C 1B9

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Bob and Joanna Fitzsimmons

Saddened to hear of Mr. Prochnau’s passing. Our condolences to all; may your warm memories bring you comfort.

Neil Bronsch

My heart has ached since I heard of Ray’s passing. Ray and Doris have been friends since 1975. They always treated me well and made Christmas special with their thoughtful gifts. Ray’s passing came far to soon. I met with him and Doris on November 29th and they were making plans for the future. His passing shows how fleeting life can be. Doris, please rely on me for any assistance that you need in the future. I owe you two!

Don & Lori Bossert

Our deepest sympathy to your family: our thoughts are with you during in this difficult time.

Sheila & Roy Bossert

Our sympathies to all the family.
We have so many great memories together.

Gail Kozak

Dear Doris,
Please accept my sincerest sympathy. I remember Ray as being a gentle man.
Sincerely,
Gail Kozak (we bowled together)

Bob/Betty Voelker

What a beautiful bass voice that brought much pleasure to many. Rest In Peace, Ray.

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