Photo courtesy of Hainstock's Funeral Home & Crematorium

James Campbell Garvey

Edmonton, Alberta

Jan 20, 1934 – Aug 18, 2011


Hainstock's Funeral Home & Crematorium Obituary

Garvey, James (Jim) CampbellJanuary 20th, 1934 – August 18th, 2011Jim was born in Regina, Saskatchewan on January 20th, 1934 and passed away in Edmonton, Alberta on August 18th, 2011 after a courageous and lengthy battle with cancer.He will be greatly missed by his loving wife of 54 years Rae,...

Read More

Guest Book

Not sure what to say?

To Rae and family and Gary and family:
We are sending our sincere condolences on the loss of Jim.
Our prayers and thoughts are with you all at this time.

Dear Rae and family
We have shared a long term friendship of 55 years.
Now is the time to wish you.all our deepest sympathy.,
love ,strength and great memories of Jim in the future
Lillian and Bill Vrinten

Dear Rae, Deb, Scott, Greg, Laura-Lynn and families - sending you our warmest condolences on Jim's passing. We hope you find comfort in being all together during this time. Thinking of you and sending sincere wishes that your memories of Jim/your dad help keep you smiling. With love,

Dear Rae
It is 12:30pm Victoria Time.. 1:30pm your time.
With you all with heart felt sympathy.
Phyllis Gaul

Dear Rae, My thoughts are with you and your family during your sorrow! I would like to have a coffee/a chat with you at your choosing! My deepest sympathy, Hilkka from the Y

Rae & Family,
Knowing you and Jim for all the years most surely enriched the lives of our mom and dad (as well as us all)and we all share your grief.

Mrs Garvey, Scott, Greg, Deb, & Laura-Lyne & family,

I have been reflectiing over the past few days over all the wonderful memories of Mr Garvey. Mrs Garvey, you and him trying to teach two dis-interested girls how to ballroom dance in your living room. Mr Garvey and my dad's annual competition over who's lawn was the greenest. I will remember forever his smile. Our lives are richer having known him.

May you find light even in the darkest days.


Auntie Rae, Scott, Greg, Deb & Laura-Lyne, you are all in my thoughts & prayers. Whenever I think of Uncle Jim, I remember his smile, his laugh & how infectious it was.

Mrs. Garvey and Family

Mr. Garvey was a wonderful and kind man who made a great impact on those who had the honor to meet him. Please take care of yourself during this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Laurie Brodeur and Don Wolff