WEBER, Mae (Lydia)



Mae Weber passed away on January 15, 2019 in Leduc General Hospital at the age of 92 years old. Mae is survived by her daughter, Cathy Cornet of LLoydminster Alberta; her son Tim (Marguerite) of Leduc, Alberta. Five grandchildren,  Desiree Wile (Scott), Stacey Gordon (Curtis), Justin Cornet (Lesley), Daniel Weber and Ben Weber, Eight great grandchildren ,  Jayden, London, Griffin, Lucas, Grace, Emily, Kaitlyn, and Jordan;
2 sisters, Lois Merritt of Sidney, B.C and Louise Wilson of Port Moody, B.C Numerous nieces & nephews. She was predeceased by her soul mate Ralph, her infant son, Carl; parents, Annie and Harry Scaddan; son- in- law, Lionel Cornet; Four sisters and spouses, Edith Seiffert (Clarence), Beatrice Shaw (Edgar), Annie Lewis (Garfield, Lloyd), Alberta Ferguson (Ken); Five Brothers & Spouses, Bill Scaddan,Victor Scaddan, Robert (Ruth), Douglas
(Helen), John (Gertie), brothers- in- law,  Mark Merritt & Bill Wilson.
Funeral Service for Mae will be held on Saturday, January 26, 2019 at 2:00 PM  at St. Paul’s Anglican Church – 4416 – 50 St. Leduc, Alberta. Interment at later date at Outlook, SK to join her husband.

Donations may be made to Canadian Lung Association or Heart & Stroke Foundation.

Serenity Funeral Service, Leduc, Alberta

Ph: 780-980-3688

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St. Paul's Anglican Church - Leduc

4416 50 St, Leduc, AB T9E 4Z6

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Stephen Lewis

We are sad to hear of Aunt Mae’s passing. We remember the family reunions in Outlook, Saskatchewan fondly. Please accept our condolences during this difficult time.

Dianne and Cal

Our deepest condolences Cathy, Tim, Margaret and families. Your mom was a special lady with a very kind, caring and big heart. She and your dad made so many good memories for Sean and Stephie. We were privileged to have both of them as friends.

St. Mark’s Anglican Church

We were so sorry to hear of Mae’s death. She was a long-time member of our church and belonged to our ladies’ group (ACW) as well. Please know that she will be kept in our prayers. Our sympathy to the entire Weber family.
St. Mark’s Anglican Church, Outlook, SK

Darcy Tofin and Tofin Family

So sad to hear of Mae’s passing. The Tofin family has many fond memories of the Weber family and a lot of history dating back to the 60’s. Our condolences to a great family.

Betty Lewis

Hugs Tim, Cathy and family. Throughout her years Aunty Mae impacted many lives. She expressed her truth with strength of character, love and kindness. Being naturally very witty, she often entertained with stories of adventures in youth, immensely proud of family. We enjoyed some long chats ‘just to catch up’, “I love you, too, Aunty Mae.”

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