Annie-SHORTILL-Obituary

Annie SHORTILL

Edmonton, Alberta

Guest Book

Not sure what to say?

Annie was a quiet warm presence at the dining table at St Joe's. Always interesting to talk to and kind to Gloria. She will be missed.

Nan was such a remarkable woman. Not just her longevity, but her spirit throughout the years that I've known your family. I'm sure she left an indelible impression on everyone she met, she certainly inspired me.

Betty & Jim Maurice

To the family: Brenda and children; Basil and children: deepest sympathy. RIP Mrs. Shorthill.

To all the Shortill family; we extend our sympathies on the death of Annie.
Over the years, we always enjoyed their participation (Murray and Annie) at our functions.
And later; I was blessed to re-connect with Annie at St. Joseph Hospital. She was steadfast and amazing !!
Peter Lema, for the Edmonton Quarter Century Aviation Club

We will always cherish the memories of your mom showing us through the museum a few years ago and times when she was at your home Ralph. We will be with you all in spirit on Saturday as you remember your remarkable mother and celebrate her amazing life.
With love and sympathy, Darryl and Julie

Notice

Annie's Notice

SHORTILL, Annie Parley (Lawrence)It's with sadness and immense gratitude for a life well lived that we announce the passing of Annie Parley Shortill (nee Lawrence) on Saturday, November 11, 2017.Annie was born on February 10, 1915 in Cairnorchies, Scotland and immigrated with her family to a farm...

Read More