Rose Marie Barber


December 14, 1953 – April 1, 2015

Mrs. Rose Barber of Edmonton, Alberta, was taken suddenly on Wednesday evening of April 1, 2015, with her family by her side. Rose left behind her loving husband of 28 years, Doug; her children: Cari-Anne (Curtis), Meagan (Jason), Brittni (Meshale), and Jason, and the loves of her life, her grandchildren, Tyler and Belle. She was blessed with her two seeing-eye dogs, Joanne and Coral, who gave her independence.

A Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, April 11, 2015 at Serenity Funeral North Chapel at 2:00 pm. A visitation will take place one hour prior to the service. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to The Seeing Eye,

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Barbara Miller

So sorry to lose such a good friend From curling to crafts to get-togethers and finally yoga just weeks ago, I really miss you. May peace be with you now

Cheri Egyed

Rose was a wonderful Aunt, friend and mother to me and my kids. Anytime I would call for a visit or if the kids wanted to go for a sleep over, or I needed a ear to vent out day to day frustrations ….the door was always open. She would say “sure I will be here”. She was always kind and loving to anyone in need, and she would always be the first to help. It seems every time me or the kids would leave her home we would always be bringing something home with us…. either it be some of her home made baking or something she knew we could use. She will be dearly missed by me and my kids…
if anything I know she is loving arms of grandma and grandpa and all her brothers and sisters watching down on us….. Love and miss you Rose

Gene Korpan

I remember Rose as a caring and spirited person who gave many hours to the Blind Curling club. She was always cheerful and care giving. Rest in please. Our prayers are
with the family.

Gene and Clara Korpan

Leora Jevne

David Erno and Leora Jevne wish to extend their condolences to Rose’s family and her blind curling associates. David’s memories of Rose include almost 40 years of fun and good times. Her dedication and her work with the curling club, the casinos, bingos, bbq’s and overall general organizing abilities will be dearly missed.

Way too soon Rose, we respected, admired and adored you. May you rest in peace and enjoy all heaven has to offer. Love, David and Leora


My deepest condolences go out to Doug and family. Rose was a special lady who brought smiles to those who met her, She will be missed by all.

Dean Martell

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