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Vernon Leslie Mayer

15 April, 193216 March, 2021

Mr. Vernon Leslie Mayer of Cherhill, Alberta passed away in Barrhead, Alberta on March 16, 2021 at the age of 88 years. He is survived by his loving family of six children, Barry Mayer (Pamela Smee) of Ottawa, ON, Les Mayer (Marie) of Westlock, AB, Tim Mayer (Wendy) of Edmonton, AB, Deb Mayer, (Roger Morey) of South Brook, NFL, Stephen Mayer of Cherhill, AB & Brenda Capiuk (Dan) of Barrhead, AB; eleven grandchildren, Maryn (Andy Dunn) of Ottawa, ON, Chloe (Wenhao) of Shenzhen, China, Matthew of Ottawa, ON, Caitlin of Westlock, AB, Alanna (Jordan) of Westlock, AB, Jacob of Westlock, AB, Christina (Shawn) of Edmonton, AB, Andrew (Adelle) of Cherhill, AB, Kayla (Ryan ) of Victoria, BC, Chris of Grand Prairie, AB & Jason (Shawnna) of Barrhead, AB. five great grandchildren, Agnes of Ottawa, ON, Harrison of Cherhill, AB, Cooper of Cherhill, AB, Gabby of Hinton, AB, Kash of Victoria, BC , Asia of Grand Prairie, Austin of Barrhead, AB & Jacob of Barrhead, AB; brothers, Marvin of Villeneuve, AB & Bev (Margaret) of Peachland, BC. Vernon is predeceased by his wife, Kay Mayer; parents, Emil (Albert) & Emma Mayer; brother, Arthur Mayer & grandchild, Terry Capiuk. A private family Graveside Service was held at the Meadowview Cemetery. Donations are gratefully accepted to the Alberta Heart & Stroke Foundation or the Charity of one’s Choice. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Rose Garden Chapel, Barrhead, AB 780.674.4644. An Honoured Provider of Dignity Memorial.

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Darlene Zingel

22 March 2021

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time.
May all the cherished memories of your Dad bring you peace.
I know that your Mom and Dad are smiling down on all of you.

Take care, sending you love and hugs
Darlene and Tim Zingel

Randy & Debra McDonald

21 March 2021

Our deepest condolences...
Thoughts and prayers with each of you and your families.

Enough
I wish you enough Sun to keep your attitude bright
I wish you enough Rain to appreciate the sun more
I wish you enough Happiness to keep your spirit alive
I wish you enough Pain so that even the smallest joy appears bigger
I wish you enough Gain to satisfy your wanting
I wish you enough Loss to appreciate all you possess
I wish you enough Hello's to get through the Final Good-Bye

Much Love
Randy & Deb

Carol Mayer-Kosch

20 March 2021

“Spring is sprung, the grass is ris, I wonder where the birdies is?
I recalled this phrase on Tuesday when I saw the first Robin of spring. And then immediately thought of Uncle Vern and Auntie Kay. It reminds me of them so much. Watching the birds and deer through the kitchen window, or outside in the yard. Plus the telling of so many great stories that never got old, no matter how often you heard them. I will remember Uncle Vern for his kind heart and zest for the outdoors and farm. He will be so dearly missed, and kept in my heart always.
Here is one of my favourite photos of Uncle Vern, relaxing with my old pets, Boots and Muffin.

Debbie Capiuk

20 March 2021

Found memories of times shared will keep your Dad’s light shining bright. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
With our Deepest Sympathy xoxo
Arnold, Debbie, Gerard, Meagan and John - The Capiuks

Heather Perry

20 March 2021

My fondest memories of your Dad are those of your Mom and Dad together. They shared a strong, affectionate bond sprinkled with a wonderful sense of humor. I recall the teasing, the laughter and the giggles. I hope that those same memories bring you all comfort.

Janice Campbell

20 March 2021

Uncle Vern was so much fun to talk to. He lived his life his way and was the benevolent ruler of his corner of the world. He always had time for small creatures, wild or tame, and I loved listening to him talk of the rabbits or cats or deer that entertained him. He amazed me always with his ability to make an old machine new again and his pride was evident. His best accomplishment was done with Auntie Kay in raising kind, caring, thoughtful and intelligent children that I know were his greatest joy. He will be sorely missed.

Marge Soper

19 March 2021

My most sincere sympathies to all Vern's children and families. I have many fond memories spend with the Mayer family. When I was younger, as a family we would go visit the Mayer's once a month. They returned the visit with the Gehrman family, the next month. Mr. and Mrs. Mayer had an ice cream churn, having that on a Saturday night was a treat!

Debbie Mayer

19 March 2021

You are the strongest man I have ever known. You worked hard, loved us all with all you had, laughed alot. Kayla even went out a got herself some rubber boots like your Sawnhills Oxford. She was so excited to have them. All just so she could have something like you. We will all miss your stories and your funny faces. Rest easy dad and give mom a hug form us.

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