Jim-FERGUSON-Obituary

Jim FERGUSON

Edmonton, Alberta

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Jim FERGUSON passed away in Edmonton, Alberta. Funeral Home Services for Jim are being provided by Westlawn Funeral Home & Cemetery. The obituary was featured in Edmonton Journal on February 9, 2015.

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Sheila,

I just heard your very sad news about your dearest Jim. As I read the guest book, there is a common thread in all of the memories of Jim. Words that resonate with my own, Jim was truly a very kind and caring man. As a past regular at the Westmount Gym, Jim always took time to say hello and "reach out". Whenever he saw our daughter Chelsea, he did the same. He had a gift of love for the people, and because of that, he made our world a better place.

Sheila & Family, I moved to Lacombe at age 6 and remember meeting Jim at his Dads' shop just down from the hotel where I lived. From day one he was always kind, caring & non-judgemental. Those traits remained and seeing him last year at the school reunion I realized that he was still that caring person I remembered from childhood. Marv & I are so sorry for your loss. With deepest sympathy. Bev Bird

Dear Sheila and Jody,
We just learned about Jim's passing. We are so sorry.
We remember all the crazy times the Jim-Bobs had together. We all had so much fun with you guys. We shared so many laughs and good memories. He will be missed.
Mary-Jo and Bob

Dear Sheila,

Bob and I were shocked to read of Jim's passing. So sorry to hear. We fondly recall curling with you both so many years ago, meeting in the apartment on 108th street, and sharing teaching stories. May your family and your many fabulous memories bring comfort at such a difficult time. Bob and Shirley Denkhaus

Dear Sheila,
I was so sorry to learn about Jim passing away. What a wonderful life you two had together. I sure enjoyed sharing time with you both on our cruises. May all your memories with Jim provide comfort to you now and always. Take care. My thoughts and prayers are certainly with you at this time.
Patti Christensen

Sheila and Jody,
Ken and I are very sorry to hear about Jim's passing. Jim was a most exceptional man. He was one of the kindest and most dedicated educators I have ever had the privilege of knowing. Jim's contribution to the Edmonton Public School Board and his volunteer work in the community made a profound difference to many people.

So sad, Sheila, my thoughts and prayers go out to both you and Jody and, of course, your whole family. We had many happy times together when you taught at Mayfield. Take care

Marilyn Hain

Jim was an incredible educator and it was a privilege working with him. Even more important he was an incredible man. He had a heart of gold and would do anything for anybody. He will be sadly missed. Our thoughts are with Sheila and her family at this sad time.

Dear Sheila and Jody,
So sorry to hear of your loss of your husband and father. Although your days today and tomorrow are filled with tears and heartache and sorrow, may your cherished memories help comfort you and ease you, and may you find peace in your hearts.
Christine Griffiths (former highland dancer with Jody)