Sylvia Dorothea Greenaway

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In Loving Memory

Of

Sylvia Dorothea Greenaway

 

Born: October 15, 1939 Alexander First Nation, Morinville, Alberta

Passed away: June 12, 2016 Mayerthorpe, Alberta

 

Sylvia is survived by her children: Shawn V. Greenaway, Colin (Debbie) Greenaway and Bradley Q. Greenaway; brothers: Martin (Melvina) Arcand, Rupert (Linda) Arcand; sisters: Doris (John) Calliou, Adele Arcand, Gloria (Bernie) Makokis; grandchildren: Lisa M. Kuzio and Scott R. Greenaway.

 

She was predeceased by her parents Philip and Christine Arcand; brothers: George (Speedy) Arcand, Edward (Eddie) Arcand, Richard Arcand; sisters: Mildred Calihoo, Phyllis Makokis and her loving husband of many, many years, Richard Melville Greenaway.

 

After an unfortunate separation of several years, Sylvia and Richard Greenaway are together again in the presence of the Lord.

 

We the family would like to express our gratitude of the Nurses and Staff of the Mayerthorpe Extendicare Lodge for their dedication and help in caring for our Mother and Grandmother during her stay there. Your comfort and care of Sylvia was appreciated when we could not be there.

 

The family would like to thank everyone for their expressions of sympathy and kindness in this time of sorrow and their help in remembering and celebrating a great, long and loving life.

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Serenity Funeral Service - North Central Chapel

10129 Princess Elizabeth Avenue NW, Edmonton, AB T5G 0X9

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Jayne Gackenbach

I met Sylvia in a class I was teaching. At Yellowhead Tribal College over 24 years ago. We struck up a friendship which became one of the dearest in my life. We worked together for several years in bringing the science and spirit of night dreams to students and friends. Not only was she a friend and colleague, more important for me was her role as a mentor to me in understanding the depth of spiritual revelation. I’ve written about her teaching in various venues and will continue to hold her in my heart as I move into the retirement years of my life.

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