Blake-Ball-Obituary

Photo courtesy of PARK PLACE F H CHAPEL & CREMATION LTD - SHERWOOD PARK

Blake Lee Ball

SHERWOOD PARK, Alberta

Jun 4, 2019 – Aug 20, 2019

Notice

PARK PLACE F H CHAPEL & CREMATION LTD - SHERWOOD PARK Obituary

                                                           Blake Lee BALL


                                              June 4, 1962 - August 20, 2019 


With great sadness we announce the passing of Blake Lee Ball, 57, on August 20, 2019 after a brief  and courageous battle with cancer. Blake was born June 4, 1962 in Edmonton, attended McNally High School and obtained his plumbing journeyman ticket in 1984. Blake was a loving husband, father, son, brother and friend. He was devoted to his family, enjoyed camping and spending time at the cabin at Pigeon Lake. Blake could fix anything and was often volunteered by his wife Karen to help friends, relatives, or co-workers with "just a small problem." Blake had opportunity to work and live in numerous places including Prince Rupert, B.C. Canmore, AB, as well as dozens of communities around Alberta over his almost 40 year career. The majority of these years were spent working for  Gold Bar Contractors. He was a respected colleague and mentor to many. Blake will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 29 years Karen, his children Michael and Nicole, his parents Mavis and Malcolm Ball, brother Blair (Joanne), sister-in-law  Crystal, nieces  Brianne (Justin), Brittany, Chantelle and Courtney and great-nieces Kennedy and Locklyn, extended family and close friends. Blake was predeceased by his brother Brad in 2008. A celebration of life will be held for Blake at Park Place Funeral Home, 51 Broadway Blvd, Sherwood Park on Monday August 26, 2019 at 11 am. Interment to follow at Holy Cross Cemetery Edmonton Alberta,. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Cross Cancer Institute. To send condolences, please visit www.parkplacefuneralhome.com 

Read More

Guest Book

Not sure what to say?

Hello, Cousin Mavis. Norma and I just learned about your loss. Though we never knew Blake, we are sure that, being yours and Mals' son, he must have been a wonderful person. Please accept our sincerest condolences. We hope memories of your loved one helps to ease your loss somehow. And may it help to know our warmest thoughts are with you and Blakes Family now. With love, Garth & Norma Cooper

Mavis, Mal, Blair, Karen, Mike and Nicole. We are so sorry about Blake. Death is so final but memories go on forever and the memories you have of Blake are so quirky and fun. Love you all. Pat, Gloria and the rest of the Wenmans

Sincere condolence so many great childhood memories RIP Blake

As time goes on we hope the memories of Blake and his quirky sense of fun will comfort you all and make you laugh. With all our sympathy and love the Wenman family.