Sheila Elizabeth Hambrook


Hambrook, SHEILA:
It was deep sadness that we share the news at Sheila has passed away. Sheila is survived by children Paula Benson (Brian) and Marc Hambrook (Maggie Lin) and siblings Mary Ellen Rajotte, Larry Mungham (Claire), Lucy Morel, Gerry Mungham (Dorothy), Sr. Julia Ann Mungham and Eileen Winter (Bryan). She is predeceased by her parents Jim and Marion Mungham and siblings Richard and Tom Mungham and Francis Gullikson. Services will be held at St, Joseph’s Basilica, 10044 – 113 Street on January 23rd, 2016 at 10:30am with a reception to follow at St.Joachim’s Manor at 11020 – 99 Avenue. In lieu of flowers or gifts it was Sheila’s greatest wish that donations be made to the Kidney Foundation. After a happy life she is at peace.
The family asks everyone to wear red in Sheila’s honour.

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RAY stevens

a woman glade have to knowing and and very happy to call a friend for the short time i knew her R.I.P Shelia you will be missed from a half a world away
Ray Stevens

Erin Foster-O’Riordan

My Great Aunt Sheila was a kind and generous soul, and I have never met anyone with more determination. I will remember her for many things, but most especially for her love for my children, her great-great niece and nephew. She always had a thoughtful gift or treat for them at family gatherings. I will miss her big voice and her warm heart.

Vivian Wray

Paula & Marc – my thoughts and prayers are with you both. While I never had the opportunity to meet your mother, it is wonderful to read the other messages that have been shared and get a sense of who Sheila was as a sister, mother and friend. Be well.

Eileen Winters

Sheila, my baby sister as I teased her often. It was a great privilege to donate my kidney to her 11 years 5 months ago. Her quality of life gave her the courage to accept each day with hope & joy. She lived her life to the fullest as a mother to Paula & Mark, a nurse, one of 10 siblings & a great friend to many especially Evelyn Girardin for 6 years. her humour was her best quality & saw her through many problems in her life. At the Grey Sisters camp she dumped me in the water from raft to paddle boat & other times we played tricks on one another. I could always have fun when we were together. We had a special bond.
Sheila May you rest in peace in God’s love.
Eileen Winters.

Sonja Richards

I remember the first time meeting Sheila. We met at the pool while Paula and I were completing our laps and afterwards we went for coffee. I remember thinking to myself how much she reminded me of my own mother. May you rest in peace and pain free. My thoughts and heart are with Paula and Marc now.

Dorothy & Gerry Mungham

SHEILA, was the baby in our family of 10. She was always good for a laugh and could be very serious about important issues for her and others. We will all miss her and know she is now free from all her suffering in her last few months.
Dorothy & Gerry Mungham

Evelyn Girardin

Sheila was my very best friend for to short of a time. We were like sisters who thought mostly alike and people would comment on looking alike. I guess our hats that we wore all the time would make people believe we were sisters.
Our trip to the Bahamas was our greatest pleasure. We laughed and giggled over the craziest things. When we went to Orlando and visited Epcot that was the highlight of our trip. We walked for 8 hours and suffered the rest of the way home as we could not walk. We also missed our flight home from Houston to Edmonton as the escort person took us to the wrong gate so all expenses paid. We stayed another night in Houston. Got home broke, sore feet and with a happy expression on our faces for a long time.

We were hoping to do more traveling but Sheila took another route. She is now singing with the angels and enjoying God and her family .

I will always miss you no matter what. We will meet again so keep a seat cool for me.
Love you Sheila. Evelyn

Renee Dancause

Paula, when I first met you, your brother and mother I remember thinking that she was a pillar, a woman of great strength and courage, and later, getting to know her, I began to appreciate her sense of humour. Cherish the good memories. In deepest sympathy, Renee Dancause and Denis Larouche


Please, in lieu of flower or gifts, please share a remittance to the “Kidney foundation of Alberta” or your local branch the Kidney foundation…

Thank you all,
Paula and Marc

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