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BAHCHELI, Tulin Salih April 23, 1947 – Nicosia, Cyprus September 22, 2016 – Calgary, Alberta Tulin Salih Bahcheli of Calgary, passed away peacefully of lung cancer on Thursday, September 22, 2016 at the Sarcee Hospice at the age of 69 years. Born in Nicosia, Cyprus, Tulin and family settled in Canada in 1966. A graduate of Western University, she worked for many years in Bell Canada's offices in London where she met her late husband of twenty-seven years, Fred Parker. Following retirement, they both travelled extensively in many parts of the world and Tulin pursued her passion for gardening in Cyprus and British Columbia. Beating leukemia in 2011, she went on to own and run the Bedwell Guest House in Tofino. Tulin was the loving mother of daughter Meltem; dear grandmother of Jeremy; beloved sister of Tezel, Fevzi, Taylan, Tozun, Tumer and Tuncer; and step-mother of Deirdre and Ian Parker. She will be dearly missed by all her sisters and brothers-in-law, uncles, cousins, nephews, nieces and friends in Canada, England and Cyprus. She was predeceased by her loving husband Fred on June 18, 2016. In lieu of a service, Tulin's cremated remains will be brought to London to be spread on her parents' grave. Forward condolences through www.mcinnisandholloway.com . In living memory of Tulin Bahcheli, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park.
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Marian Barclay May 31, 1928 – September 22, 2016 Marian Barclay was born on May 31, 1928 as the eldest child of Neil and Ragnhildur (Ruth) Lamont. She grew up on a farm near Kandahar, SK. In the mid 1940s, her family moved to Lanigan, where Marian finished high school. She attended Normal School in Saskatoon and received her teacher training. She taught in rural schools in the Lockwood and Lanigan areas, and later in the town of LeRoy. On October 17, 1951, Marian married a young local farmer, Robert (Bob) Barclay, and they began their new life on the farm east of LeRoy. They raised their family of four boys on the farm and lived there for over 40 years. In the early 1990s, Bob and Marian semi-retired from farming and moved to the Lamont family home in Lanigan. After Bob's passing in 2011, Marian later moved to Caleb Village in Humboldt, where she resided until her sudden death on September 22, 2016. Marian was actively involved in church and community committees in both LeRoy and Lanigan over the years. She joined the Eastern Stars in 1950 and served as the Worthy Matron of the Lanigan Chapter several times. Marian's passions in life included teaching, painting, writing and thoroughly enjoying her family. As a young woman, she began painting and continued to develop her natural talents by taking a number of art classes through the years. Her home displayed many of her paintings and other creative works. In her later years, she really embraced her love of writing, composing many poems and stories. Just recently she completed her greatest work, a full length historical fiction novel, which the family will proudly publish as a cherished family heirloom. Marian will be lovingly remembered by her four sons and their families, Brett (Lucy) of Regina and children Robyn (Rod) and Rachel; Glenn (Shirley) of Biggar and children Kristina (Chris) and Danielle; Ross (Heather) of LeRoy and children Bennett (Skylar) Larson and daughters Emilya and Avery, and Kyle (Sarah) Larson; and Greg (Vicky) of Camrose, AB, and daughter Sarah (Sam); brother Stan (Nancy) Lamont of Stony Plain, AB; sister-in-law Fay (Ed) Schroeder of Lethbridge, AB; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband Robert of 59 years; parents Neil and Ragnhildur (Helgason) Lamont; parents- in-law George and Francis (Moore) Barclay; brother Glen Lamont; sisters-in-law Sheila Lamont, Bernice Barclay and Verna Goad; and brothers-in-law Paul Goad and Walter Barclay. The celebration of Marian's life will be held at the Westminster United Church in Humboldt, SK on Wednesday, September 28 at 10:30 a.m. Interment will follow at the LeRoy Cemetery. Memorial donations may be directed to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, Westminster United Church or the Eastern Star Special Project Fund. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Schuler-Lefebvre Funeral Chapel, Humboldt, SK (306-682-4114) www.schuler-lefebvrefuneralchapel.com.
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BAYDALA, Stella Therese August 9, 1930 - September 25, 2016 On September 25, 2016, Stella passed away peacefully at the age of 86 years after a complete life filled with joy, courage and adventure. Her husband, Walter with whom she shared 62 years of marriage, and her three children and seven grandchildren will remember Stella with love: Marlo (Sally) and their children, Jasper (Joanne Robertson), Louis and Martina, Lola (Vince Bain) and their children, Jessie, Tamara and Graham, Angelina (Peter Brundin) and their son, Phoenix. Born in Holden, Alberta in 1930, Stella grew up with her sister, Gen, on a prairie farm. She graduated with a degree in Education from the University of Alberta in 1953. Her first teaching position was in a one- room country schoolhouse where she taught grades one to nine. In these early days, she would walk the three miles, or in winter travel by horse drawn sleigh, to teach at the school. In 1954, Stella and Walter married and together they raised three children and built a successful family pharmacy. Later, Stella, who always had a keen sense of adventure, opened her own travel agency and guided clients throughout the world. She shared her love of travel with her children and grandchildren on voyages of discovery to Africa, Asia, Europe and North America. 'Booshie' was a pillar of support and unconditional love for her children and grandchildren, encouraging them to follow their dreams. She was always interested in new ideas, open minded and free spirited. She shared her life generously with so many friends and family and will be remembered for her beautiful spirit and love of life; now a shining star. Stella's family would like to thank Dr. Sy-hua Chiu, Dr. Winnie Wong, Dr. David Chang and the caregivers of the Edmonton General, Mel Miller Hospice, for their kind and compassionate care. A Celebration of Stella's Life will be conducted by Father Mark Zazula OSBM on Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 8:00 p.m. at Park Memorial Chapel, 9709 - 111 Avenue, Edmonton, AB. Photos, memories and condolences may be shared through www.parkmemorial.com .
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