Allison Carolyne Eden

23 February , 194319 February , 2019

In loving memory of Allison Carolyne Eden

My body is gone but I’m always near. I’m everything you feel, see or hear. My spirit is free, but I’ll never depart; Provided you keep me, alive in your heart.

Allison was born in Edmonton on Feb 23, 1943; and lived 46 years on HeiBuck Ranch near Lake Romeo. Sadly, she was taken from our lives on Feb 19th, we miss her deeply. Please may she be safely in the hands of her God and wandering the most beautiful garden of all. She is survived by her Husband John Eden, son Buck Eden, daughter Heide Eden with Mark van Manen (spouse), brother William Wilde with wife Wanda, and brother Shawn Wilde. Allison’s memorial service will be held at Rose Garden Chapel on March 1st at 1:00pm followed by tea at Peavine Hall. For all of you who loved her happy smile and generous heart, we hope we will see you there. If you wish, donations may be made to the Cancer society.


  • Memorial Service Friday, 1 March , 2019

Allison Carolyne Eden

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Barb Almost

25 February 2019

Mrs. Eden might have a small frame, but don’t let her small stature fool you; she was a force to be reckoned with! She was kind and gentle. She loved life and she smiled often. She was a wonderful person and a faithful friend. It was her idea to “sneak” into a mutual friends house and clean it while they were in the hospital. I so enjoyed the visiting and she always had something special for my children when they were small. Thank you, Mrs. Eden, for being you. You are loved and will be missed.

Wanda-leo Paradis

25 February 2019

So sorryJohn and family for your loss
Thinking of all of you at this time

Betty Sherry

25 February 2019

Sincere condolences to John and family. I remember Allison as that sparkle in the eye of that cowboy I was a realtor and friend I hope with. The Best is yet to be. Betty

Elaine&Perry Jacobson

25 February 2019

John and family:
So sad to hear that Allison's time to leave has come. I, Elaine have some fond memories of our Millarville days. Allison and I coffeed together when our firstborns were babies. She was a small bundle of energy, always smiling.
May she RIP, and may our Lord bless and keep her close.

Liz Corbett

24 February 2019

Fourteen years ago, Allison gave me two pups that had been abandoned by Peavine Hall--she wanted to keep them but John said that she already had 4 dogs and that was enough. I only wanted to take one of the pups but she said that they shouldn't be split up because they had already gone through enough together. So I took them both and I was never sorry--one passed away three years ago but the other one is going strong--she taught me how to look after them and train them--I will never forget her kindness.

Barb Smoole

23 February 2019

I remember Allison as a very sweet lady and the best crochet artist ive ever seen. She made me a crochet necklace one was delicate and gorgeous. I'm so sorry for your loss.