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Chris Oatway posted a condolence
Saturday, January 13, 2018No matter our age, we are never ready to lose a parent. I did not know Aunt Eleanor for very many years, but i always found her to be a loving and welcoming woman. She will be missed.
Wanda gosse posted a condolence
Tuesday, January 9, 2018To Colleen and the family I’m so sorry to hear of this beautiful woman’s passing ! It was a honour to know her when I was in grande Prairie for 14 years ! Not a day that I have seen her there wasn’t a smile on her face or a hug she would give , she loved seeing little kids come to church and greeted them all and then asking Mom how she was . She made me feel welcome and I always had to make sure I went and said hi , when I had my boys she was right there to lend a hand if I needed it and always smiles on her face and after church was over we had time to chit chat . It made me sad to have to say good bye to her and Colleen when me and my family decided to leave Alberta to move back to nfld . I hugged her so tight and thanked her for being like a mom to me while I was there . I cried and told her I will miss seeing her , me and Colleen wrote letters for while to keep in touch and my first question was how was Mom ? Then Facebook friends we became seeing pics of each other and Mom looked so good . I’m deeply sorry for your loss but she is still in your hearts and she is watching over you all forever . She had amazing life and memories that won’t ever fade . God bless her and thank you all for allowing me to have had her in my life . Love you Colleen and miss you sweetie. To the rest of the family I’m sorry for your loss and live everyday with her memory by your side . Love wanda & roy and Nathaniel and Ethan little burnt bay nfld .
Kelly Smeeth posted a condolence
Monday, January 8, 2018A wonder lady. Happy for her that she is at peace. Sorry for your great loss!
Calvin & Donna Conrad posted a condolence
Sunday, January 7, 2018So sorry to hear of Eleanors passing. She was a feisty one and one of a kind. She will be greatly missed. Our condolences to the family.
JOhn and Betty Simpson posted a condolence
Saturday, January 6, 2018We enjoyed working with Eleanor on the Southwood Place Condo Association Board. She was such a lovely person, honest, hard working and someone we would call a true friend. She will be missed by many. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone at this difficult time.
Alonzo & Lucy Stride posted a condolence
Saturday, January 6, 2018To Coleen And All Of The Family. We Are Sorry To Hear Of The Passing Of Your Mom, And Send Our Condolences To All. We Knew Your Mom As A Very Special Woman And Friend. She Always Had A Positive Outlook On Life. I'm Sure She Will Be Missed Very Much!
Lisa Burletoff posted a condolence
Friday, January 5, 2018I would like to offer my condolences to Eleanor's family. I met Eleanor 10 years ago when Weedbusters became the preferred vendor of ERCO Worldwide. She was such a delight and I enjoyed my chats with her immensely. Her energy and enthusiasm was irresistible and I admired her cheerful personality. I will miss this wonderful lady!
Kathleen (Jobson) Schultz posted a condolence
Friday, January 5, 2018Our thoughts and prayers are with your family! I remember the card games our parents used to play, us hiding so we could have a sleep over. Your mom was a very special person, she left a lasting impact on me, she showed me that life can be tough but you can still smile through it.
Normand Boulet posted a condolence
Friday, January 5, 2018Eleanor's passing is extremely saddening news, however the obituary written for her is a fantastic tribute to the beautiful and caring person Eleanor was. A force of nature indeed, Eleanor was a warm and gentle breeze in the spring, someone who could take away winter's chill with a smile. Even after the many Weed Inspector and Spray Crew Workshops Eleanor attended to acquire CEU's and keep her Pesticide Applicator's certificate, she was always the most attentive participant, a life-long learner keen to improve her knowledge and abilities. It doesn't surprise me that Weed Busters was a success and set records as the longest lasting contractor, once you had Eleanor and Colleen on your side, how could you ask for more? Eleanor will be deeply missed, I think she had to go on though, there was more exploring and learning to do. My condolences to all Eleanor's family and friends, I would want to be with you for her service, but Eleanor would understand, I have a commitment of my own to acquire more knowledge and continue learning. Normand Boulet Agricultural Fieldman M.D. of Smoky River No. 130
Audrey Gall posted a condolence
Thursday, January 4, 2018I first met Eleanor in 1978 when she was the Agricultural Fieldman for the MD of Spirit River. She was smiling everytime I greated her, she was always willing to help in anyway she could and her legacy as a "Weed buster" was inspiring! Though we did not meet often, she always found a few minutes to visit when we did. My condolences to the family, she will be deeply missed. Audrey Gall
Dianne Marcy posted a condolence
Thursday, January 4, 2018Such sad news to hear of Eleanor’s passing. I remember being at her and Ray’s place as a child, she was so full of life and loved all things! Then I remember her at Weyerhaeuser so much fun, loved her job. And yes a big smile...always.. Condolences to the family. Dianne Marcy
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Wednesday, January 3, 2018