Amelia LABBE
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LABBE, Amelia
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Amelia Labbe on November 8, 2011. She is survived by her beloved husband of 26 years John Paul Labbe, cherished by her sisters Angelica Estrada (Felix), Noemi Flores and brother Eduardo Flores; nieces Mavis Castillo-Hume (Gavin) Eunice and Claudia Estrada, and Jessica Labbe; nephews Enrique Estrada, Todd Labbe and Alejandro Ayra. Meme to Cortes and Rio Castillo-Hume. Amelia was predeceased by her mother Eulalia Flores in 2010. Amelia arrived in Canada in 1978 from La Paz, Bolivia and devoted her life to teaching the Spanish Language and the Latin Culture to generations of students at the University of Calgary. Celebration of Amelia's life will take place at 1:00 p.m. on November 19, 2011 at First Baptist Church, 1311 - 4 Street S.W., Calgary.

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Published in Calgary Herald from Nov. 18 to Nov. 19, 2011.
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March 13, 2012
I just heard of Sra.'s passing. How tragic. She was an amazing professor. She made learning Spanish fun. Noorie Jadavji (Calgary, AB)
March 13, 2012
My condolences to the whole family. Amelia was always are warm and welcoming face in the Spanish Centre. Her friendliness and positive attitude always made for a great learning environment. She will be missed.
Kaitlin Barr
December 11, 2011
Oh Amelia, thank you fo much for all your words of wisdom. You really helped me reach my goals and now I am graduating from univeristy in April. In part because of you. You made me find the reason to be proud of myself and thanky uo for believing in me and everyone for that matter. You were so non-judjemental, and I pormise that you will not be forgotten. I will speak to you often and keep asking for adivce, because I know you are in Heaven and you are like an angel, listening, helping. You were so selfless and kind. Thank you. My deepest sympathy goes out to your family. They were so lucky to have you for the time your were here. I was lucky to have met you. Thanks Amelia. Love of love
Kendra Baker
December 2, 2011
I was so sad to hear, by chance, of Amelia's passing. I think of her often, she was always the welcoming and warm person who made me feel at home in "El Centro" so many years ago. Todavia me recuerdo de su voz y la veo riendo.
Lisa Jensen
November 20, 2011
Nuestras sinceras condolencias a toda la familia, ella ahora esta en un lugar privilegiado en el cielo junto con los angeles.. Angelica sentimos tu dolor pero hay que recordarla con mucha alegria por todo lo bueno que hizo en su vida y en las de ustedes.
Ana & Oscar Montes de Oca
Ana Montes de Oca
November 19, 2011
También siempre tendré bellos recuerdos de Amelia. Me ayudó mucho cuando empecé a estudiar el español y la cultura latina en la universidad de Calgary, y la agradezco mucho su apoyo, su sonrisa, y todas las maneras en que me hizo feliz. Siempre me acordaré de ella con gusto.
November 18, 2011
Tengo bellos recuerdos de Amalia,
del ano 1978 cuando las dos estudiamos Ingles, y en poco tiempo fuimos muy amigas, y ella siempre fue positiva y muy alegre.
Una gran perdida , mis mas sinceras condolencias para toda la familia
Cecilia Di Capua






mis condolencia para toda la familia
November 18, 2011
It is very difficult to express the extreme sadness I feel at the passing of such a wonderful, sweet, sharing person. After going a long time without seeing Amelia, she welcomed me with open arms when we saw each other in July. Amelia expressed determination to overcome her illness, but her higher power determined it time to call her physically away from us, but she will live on in our hearts and memories.
A beautiful woman, Amelia will be missed so much.
Julie Barnes
November 18, 2011
Wonderful memories
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