Thomas Louis Wolfe


We are saddened to announce the passing of Thomas Louis Wolfe at the age of 75. Tom put up a valiant 10-month fight against pancreatic cancer and fought with all his might.

Tom passed away 6 days shy of his 55th wedding anniversary with his loving & devoted wife Judy by his side.

Tom is survived by his wife Judy, daughters Debbie (Paul) and Donna (James), and his four grandchildren Hayley (Dallas), Shayne, Evan and Ashley who were the lights of his life. He is also survived by his sisters Linda (Bob), Pat (Rick) and his brother Gary (Heather) as well as many nieces, nephews and amazing friends. He was predeceased by his father and mother Walter & Edith “Dodie” Wolfe in 1976.

Tom took pride in having the most beautiful yard on his street. He grew up in Regina and flew his Saskatchewan Roughriders flag with pride. His trip to Regina in July 2017 for the 1st game in the new Mosaic Stadium was on the top of his bucket list.

Tom and Judy loved to travel and took many trips to Vernon, Hawaii, Cuba, New York and cruised to Alaska, Panama Canal, Caribbean and Mexico to name a few.

Tom was a long-time employee of Atco Gas and an auxiliary member of the RCMP and made many lasting friendships over his years.

A celebration of Tom’s life will be held at St. Albert United Church, 20 Green Grove Drive, St. Albert on Friday, March 23, 2018 at 11:00 am.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the STARS Air Ambulance Foundation in Tom’s memory.

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Celebration of Life
St. Albert United Church

20 Green Grove Drive, St. Albert, Alberta T8N 5H6

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Don and Theresa Burak

Judy and Family, Saddened to hear about Tom’s passing. Tom was a kind and friendly guy and very courageous. I have many fond memories of Tom working with him at the gas company. Our Deepest Sympathy, Don & Theresa Burak

Randy Anderson

Tom was a pleasure to work with at NUL ( ATCO Gas)
I enjoyed his company and many stories that made the job site a fun place to be.
He was the guy you wanted at your site during challenging situations. Sadly missed but never forgotten.
My condolences.
Randy Anderson

Bob Carriere

I used to work at Tom’s side for many years at the gas company and we got to know each other very well. He sure loved his girls and his wife. He was a remarkable man; always so curious and intelligent. I deeply appreciate those times and his great advice. My sympathies to your family. -Bob

Joan Fedorow (Duff)

My DearJudy & Family,

I am deeply saddened to hear of Tom’s passing.
I am hurting for you, and the girls, beyond words.

Tom was a good man with a huge heart and much to share. His sense of humor radiated!

I thank him for teaching my Scott how to use an axe, cut firewood, build a fire,just have fun camping, and so much more. Scott & Brindy adored him!!! Your grandkids are most fortunate!!!

Judy, I love you! Stay strong and remember, all the wonderful memories!!!


Jerry & Jeanne Manegre

Jeanne and I were saddened to hear of Tom’s passing. I enjoyed working with Tom for many years at Northwestern Utilities (now ATCO Gas). He was such a kind, friendly and upbeat person who loved life. Our condolences to Judy and all the family.
Jerry & Jeanne Manegre

Leonel and Mona Touchette

This is a hug for you and your family and your Mom. We are thinking of you and your family at this difficult time.

Allison Bigelow

We are so sad to hear of Tom’s passing. We are sending love and condolences from Ontario and wish we could attend the funeral to celebrate (uncle) Tom’s life. We loved being your neighbours and miss you all the time. Thank you for all your help over the years.
Love, Ryan, Allison, and Evie Bigelow

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