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Rose Linda Nodorft

7 décembre 193010 février 2021

It is with a heavy heart and great sadness that the family of Rosalinda NODORFT, née TONN, announce her passing on February 10, 2021. Rose passed away at the age of ninety in her home. Rose will be lovingly remembered as a wonderful mother, sister, grandmother and great grandmother. She will be deeply missed by her daughter Bonnie, her son-in-law Ron, as well as by her granddaughter Jessica, her grandson Brandon and her great granddaughter Ariana. She is remembered fondly by her brother Erwin, and her sisters Erna and Erica. Rose was predeceased by her husband Ed, her son Brian, her brother Eric, her brother Edward, her father Adolf and her mother Natalie. Rose came to Canada in 1949 and was married in 1954 in Onoway Alberta. She was always known for her upbeat attitude, a constant smile and her laugh. She enjoyed meeting people and making friends wherever she went. A closed funeral service has been scheduled for Rose on February 22, 2021 at 12:45 pm PST. For those wishing to watch the service it will be live streamed at: funeraweb.tv/en/diffusions/24513

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Maureen and Murray Kitto

22 février , 2021

Rose was such a friendly, kind, caring lady with a sweet laugh and loving hugs. We will miss her very much, but she will always be in our hearts. Rest in peace Rose

Erwin and Ruth Tonn

22 février , 2021

Dear Rose, you were an amazing sister. We loved your smile, sense of humor and commitment to God and to your family. Memories of us vacationing together will be treasured. Love you Rose.

Harry Werenka

22 février , 2021

Ed, Rose and Brian were always very hospitable and kind. I always enjoyed their company, and talking about life. Wish we had taken more trips and cruises with them.

Life is short and fragile...but memories will linger until God calls us all home.

Erica Werenka

22 février , 2021

Memories of my sister Rose live in my heart.. I am proud of how she journeyed through this world.

Rose loved her Saviour Jesus, she loved her family, she adored her grandchildren, she loved her extended family, she loved her church family and neighbors. She loved her home and garden.

Most of all .... I was proud of her faithfulness in caring for her son Brian. God granted her her wish ... to take care of Brian, so he wouldn't need a nursing home.

I have many memories of visiting her ... pulling out her pictures of Hawaii, cruises and trips. Picking blueberries together.
I will miss her sweet giggle, her potato pancakes, and gifts she gave to me.

Today I am happy for sister Rose .... as she enjoys rest and joy in the paradise Jesus promised the thief on the cross.

Precious memories will linger until we meet again














Erna Baumgartner

19 février , 2021

My dear sister Rose!
When I first heard of your passing I could not stop crying. I know you were ready and prepared for this moment. However, death is not our friend and it is so final.
You were such a good sister. I can't count the many beautiful and colourful dresses you gave me. You were very hospitable and loving. I look forward to being with you for all eternity.
Bonnie you and your family were so caring and wonderful to my sister. The Lord will bless and reward you.
Erna Baumgartner

Emilie Carothers

18 février , 2021

On my wedding day, almost 34 years ago, Uncle Ed, Auntie Rose, and Brian were there. I’ll never forget after the ceremony trying to pose for the professional photographer, and Auntie Rose kept saying... just a minute, just a minute... and stepping between the bridal party and the photographer so she could take pictures first. She was so funny sometimes! I loved going to their place to pick blueberries! Great, loving memories there!
Bonnie, you and the family are in our thoughts and prayers! Love, Emilie

Nelson Tonn

17 février , 2021

I remember my Aunty Rose always making an effort to visit us. Whether this was a visit in Edmonton with Uncle Ed and Brian traveling in their van, or in Hawaii. Often she wouldn't tell us she was coming and say "aren't you surprised to see me?" We weren't only surprised, but happy to see her. We'll miss you Aunty Rose. Love Nelson, Tracy, Bryce and Ben

Barbara Graham-pidgeon

17 février , 2021

I remember my aunt Rose was always so kind and generous. She was a loving mother and was enormously proud of her children, grandchildren, and the blueberries she grew in her yard. When we visited she insisted that her blueberries were the best we had ever tasted and she was right. May she Rest In Peace and be joyfully reunited with her husband, son and family who went before her.

Karina Stewart

16 février , 2021

Rose Linda Nodorft! how to forget her? I can't I never will, I have a picture of her beautiful face still smiling at me, warming my heart with happiness, what at pleasure and honour for me to meeting her! and her family, I will never forget her, the little funny lady she was I can't count how many times she make me laugh! I had sweet and precious memory about her, Rose linda you always be living in my heart! Rest in peace! 🙏🙏🙏🌹🌹🌹🌹

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