AVIS DE DÉCÈS
13 octobre 1938 – 9 octobre 2020
It is with great sadness we announce the passing of our dad, Roy Manchul at 81 years of age – Wendy (Mark), Terry, Sandy and daughter in law Laura.
Our father was predeceased by his love, our mom, Marlene and his cherished son, our brother, Ron (husband to Laura). Loved by his grandchildren Brent (Jenn), Rebecca (Jeff), Randy (Kristina), Jason, Christina (Trevor), Jill (Chad) and Leah. Great grandchildren that brought him joy, Tyson, Carter, Jaxon, Gabrielle, Gavin, Sawyer, Bentley, Charlie, and Braiden.
Dad enjoyed his years in the furniture business and then his career at the Edmonton Institute. Dad loved to travel with mom… especially when they hauled the trailer. He loved to garden, had a greenhouse, raised fish, read and worked with his hands. He had a great love for all of their dogs over the years, most recently Susie. He also loved big gatherings of family and friends (and a drink or two!). He took great care of his mom Maria, his sister Ann, and brothers Walter and Mike while they were alive. Dad often said, health and family are the most important things. We feel blessed he was able to share his 82nd birthday with his love, Marlene, his son Ron, his Mom and his sister and brothers.
A special thank you to staff at St. Joseph’s Auxiliary Hospital.
Love you Dad.
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have a memory or condolence to add?ENVOYEZ CONDOLEANCES
octobre 23, 2020
I was saddened to return and hear the news of Roy's passing. I am glad you were able to be here for him when it happened. He was a bright spot in my day.
I believe he is happy now that he can be with your mom (another special person)
Take care of yourselves
octobre 17, 2020
Wendy, Terry, Sandy, Laura and families -- my very deep sympathy to all of you. Your Dad loved each of you so much. Every time he spoke of you, his eyes lit up, his smile transformed his whole face, and he simply radiated with love for you. And when I went through a really bad patch in my own life, your Mom and Dad were so supportive, so kind, and always so welcoming.
You will have many memories to carry with you, to treasure, to take out and hold in your hands and your hearts, and to remember with love.
Be well. Know that your Dad, and your Mom, will be remembered with much love. Sincerely, Jean Crozier