WILD John “Bud” Richard

WILD, John “Bud” Richard

1933 – 2021

 

It is with deep sadness that the family announce the passing of John (Bud) Wild on April 28, 2021, at the age of 88 years. Bud was born in Edmonton, AB to Frank and Etta Wild. In 1954, he married Marjorie and together they built their family. They started life in the large brick house in the Winterburn area and soon moved to their own acreage a few miles away. Here they raised their family. Upon retiring they moved into Spruce Grove, where they live today. Bud worked for Gulf Oil for 38 years and retired at the age of 55. Together, mom and dad spent many winters in the Mesa AZ area enjoying the weather and many great friends. Over the years Bud was involved in many different organizations, such as; Scouts Canada, Spruce Grove Agriculture Society and the Old Timers association, out of Edmonton. Bud was active in all types of sports notably playing Softball and then coaching ladies fastball.

Bud will be remembered by Margie, his wife of 67 years, sons: David (Wendy), Terry (Heidi) and Paul (Debbie), daughter Judy (Robert), grandchildren: Kimberly, Danielle, Jason, Marie, Ross, Rod, Scott, Danny, Steven, Christine, Michelle, great grandchildren: Levi, Liam, Carter, Avery, Hayden, Vaughn, Ainsley, Shyann, Taeya, Addison, London, Raley, Kennedy, Addie, Alice, Leo, Sydney, Norah and Maxwell. Dad also leaves a close family Friend Jody and her family, numerous cousins, nieces, nephews and friends

In lieu of flowers please make a donation to a charity of your choice in Bud’s name. Due to Covid there will only be a small family service June 26 at 12: 45pm  . For those that wish to view the service, you may join the live streamed service June 26 at 1245pm by linking on to:   https://youtu.be/jtFkvAxniU0

 

 

 

Serenity Funeral Service – Spruce Grove 780 962 2749

 

 

 

 

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Vicky Baril

Dear Margie and Family,
Please accept our sincere condolences to you and your beautiful family during this time of sorrow. Bud was a great friend to many, a kind and gentle man, a great community leader, and we know he loved dancing with his beautiful wife Margie. God Bless All of You, and may precious memories sustain you.
Much Love , Phil and Vicky Baril and Family

Debbie Wangler

Sending all the family my deepest sympathy. I have great memories of Bud . Always loved sharing good times with Marge and Bud . So grateful for all the times they opened there home for all of us to share Boxing Day and many great memories at the curling rink sharing a drink or two.
Hold on to all those precious memories and the love of such a beautiful family you have .
Sending you all my deepest sympathy and lots of Love.

Bonnie & Gary

We’ve lost another Winterburn “pioneer” and a really great guy! We have so very many good memories of Bud & Margie through the years. We live in the same Crescent and when I chatted with them last week, Bud had a big smile for me and told me he was feeling “great”! And that’s how we’ll remember him. Our sincere sympathy to Margie and his wonderful family. – Bonnie & Gary Schwindt

Bruce Turner

So sorry for your loss! I have so many fond memories of Uncle Bud! He will be truly missed by everyone that knew him. I wish I could say something that could make it easier for all of you to get through this difficult time. You are all in our thoughts.

Stacey Thibert

Aunty Margie and family, I am sorry for the loss of Uncle Bud. He and Aunty Margie are my godparents and I am so honoured.

Tom Thibert

So sorry for your loss auntie Margie and family. Uncle Bud had a huge impact on all of us growing up. He will be greatly missed.

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