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Deborah Marie Blyschuk (nee Morris)

March 28, 1961 ~ April 29, 2024

It is with heavy hearts the family of Deborah Marie Blyschuk (nee Morris) announce her sudden unexpected passing in the early hours of Monday, April 29, 2024 at the age of 63 years. She will be forever remembered, missed and loved by her life partner Terrance Macneil; son Nick (Janine) Blyschuk; son in-law Brad Clements; grandchildren Etahn, Ryder, Liam, Corbin and Nixon; as well as numerous extended family. Deborah was predeceased by her 1st husband Peter Blyschuk; daughter Natasha Clements; son Daniel Blyschuk; and parents Raymond and Elaine Morris. As per Doborah’s wishes cremation has taken place.

Carl Richard Huxley

October 3, 1946 ~ March 20, 2024

It is with great sadness that the family of Carl Richard Huxley announce his passing on Wednesday, March 20, 2024 at the age of 77 years. Carl was born in Montreal, Quebec at a very young age he decided to leave and travel to Japan. Then onto England where he enlisted in the British Army. He enjoyed his time in the military and after he had served his time he went on to work at DeBeers in London, England. However he soon decided it was time to return to Canada. He settled in Edmonton, Alberta and worked at various jobs but his real passion was riding his Harley Motorcycle. He met Judy and the two of them spent 24 happy years together and many good times riding to different events and meeting other like minded people.In time they adopted a small dog named Harley and when he passed they had Lola who would pass while Carl was holding her, to the end he still talked about her. Cremation has taken place and no service will be held. 


November 7, 1952 ~ August 25, 2017

Michael passed away peacefully at his residence in his 65th year. Michael was born too Steve Vusich and Betty Martin (nee Edwards) on November 7, 1952 in St. Thomas, Ontario. Michael is survived by his children, Jeff (Sarah) Eveland, Chris Eveland, Katelyn N Vilardell Campo, Sean (Robin Feagan) Mc Mahon; grandchildren, Nicolas, Vincent, Alexis, Byron, Jonathan, Connor, Hannah, Artemis, Appollo, Reef, and Thomas; siblings, Chuck (Annette) Vusich, Dave (Teresa) Vusich, Rebecca (Mike) Fisher, and Robin (Alan) Kirk; nieces and nephews, Matt (Leah), Janette (Vincent), and Jason (Greg); numerous extended family; as well as a number of friends made over the years including Pam (Stan) Hicks.

Michael was predeceased by his wife Penny-Lee Edwards (nee Guzak) in October 2006.

Jimmy (James) Joseph Moyan

April 16, 1947 ~ August 15, 2017

With heavy hearts we sadly say goodbye to Jimmy (James) Moyan. Left to mourn his life are his four daughters, Georgina (Howie) Bourgeois, Monica (Trevor) Bourgeois, Julie Gauthier; Jamie (Ken) Gauthier; one son, Jason Bourgeois; long time partner and friend, Judy Gauthier; seven brothers, Oliver (Sandy), Bobby, Fred, Roy, Eric, Billy and Paul; three sisters, Florence Moyan, Gloria (Eddie) Schafer, Tammy (Tim) Moyan; one sister in-law, Sandy Moyan; eleven grandchildren, Orlando Bourgeois, Tiana Bourgeois, Alyshia Moyan, Angel Moyan, Kenneth Cayen-Gauthier, Ian Cayen, Dionne Whitehead, Sydney Cayen, Jade Bourgeois, Skyler Cayen and Arianna Thomas-Bourgeois; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family and friends. Predeceased by his parents, Henry and Josephine (nee Mason) Moyan; seven brothers, Johnny, Jerry, Danny, Jackie, Melvin, Tommy, and Ronnie; one sister, Bernice Moyan; one niece, Michelle Moyan; one nephew, Shane Houle; and ex partner, Louis Bourgeois.

Dennis Gordon Geroux

August 4, 1957 ~ August 6, 2017

Dennis Gordon Geroux, passed away suddenly on August 10th, 2017 at 60 years of age, after a battle with Cancer. Dennis was born in Ontario on August 4th, 1957 to the Late Mr. Alphonse Geroux, and the Late Mae (nee Moreau) Geroux. He was predeceased by his wife, Lona M. (nee Nielsen) Geroux.

Dennis was a long time employee of LaFarge, and a member of the Alberta Carpenters & Allied Workers. Dennis’s family and many friends, fondly remember his guitar playing and singing, he was often the life of the party, and loved music and fellowship. He will be sadly missed by his many friends in Edmonton; Claude, Marlene, Marshall, Lorrie, Pete, Winnie, and Wren to name a few; his family in British Columbia as well as his family in Southern Ontario.

Dennis may have been born an easterner, however he built his life in Edmonton Alberta.