HEER, Gary Lyle

January 4, 1951 - Trochu, AB

May 19, 2020 - Calgary, AB

Gary Heer of Calgary, AB, passed away on Tuesday, May 19, 2020 at the age of 69 years. Gary was born in Trochu, Alberta on January 4, 1951. He was raised on a farm at Huxley and graduated from TroVal High School. Growing up Gary was involved in the 4H Beef Club and enjoyed time spent fishing with his Uncles. Soon after high school he began his life long career in the trucking industry. He loved driving and hauled all over Canada

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MORAN, Loretta Rose

Loretta Rose Moran (nee German)

On May 20, 2020 Loretta passed away peacefully in her residence at Villa Marie in Red Deer Alberta. She was 93 years old. Loretta is predeceased by her husband Eugene and her son Dale. She is survived by: brothers Matt (Lorraine) and Lawrence (Marg); daughters Charlotte Moran (Luigi), Darlene Moran, Dianne Clara Moran (Norm), Rhonda Moran

(John), Cathy Ryan (Bernie) and her daughter -in- law Dianne Moran; and numerous grandchildren and great grandchildr

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HOGG, Isabell

January 27,1932 May 9,2020

Isabell was the second child of John {Jack} and Alethea Thomson, born in the General Hospital, Calgary Alberta on January 27, 1932.

Her early years were spent in Calgary. Sister Doreen and herself were boarded with a family near Innisfail for a short time. She then was hired to help Grandma Hogg at the family farm. There she met her future sole mate Harry and together they started a family of their own. Lawrence {Karen} Frances Beekman {Henry} and Bruce {Leona}.


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Barbara Lamberth (97) passed away peacefully at Three Hills Long Term Care, her residence for the past 5 years.
Barbara was born in London, England on Sept 13, 1922. She had 2 brothers, Sydney killed in WW2 and Kenneth & sister in law Evie both deceased.
Barb was a very strong and determined lady. She took her nursing training as a young girl working tirelessly with medical teams during WW2. She graduated in 1945 & in 1948 she
joined the Queen’s Institute of District Nursing. In 1950

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