Rose Garden Chapel

5326-48 Street, Barrhead, AB


Walter Edward Waddle

March 9, 1938February 11, 2020

My best friend is gone. Walter Edward Waddle passed away on February 11, 2020 just one month shy of his 82nd birthday. Walter is survived by his wife of 56 years & 7 months, Heather; son, Craig of Barrhead; granddaughters, Stephanie Waddle of Barrhead & Ariel Lynn of Sherwood Park; grandson, Kieran Lynn of Sherwood Park; son in law, Danny Lynn of Sherwood Park; brothers, David (Marlene) of Sherwood Park & Melvin (Helen) of West Vancouver, BC; brother in law, Jacques Lefebvre (Diane) of Hughenden; sister in law, Marti Westergaard of Ladysmith, BC; as well as numerous other family and many dear friends. Walter is predeceased by his parents, Walter & Christina; his beloved daughter, Brenda Lynn; sister & brother in law, Alva & Corneluis Bergen; sister, Alice in childhood; sister in law, Gail Lefebvre; brother in law Graham Westergaard; numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and friends. Memorial Service will be held on Thursday February 20, 2020 at 1:00 PM from Rose Garden Chapel, Barrhead, AB with Rev. David Pype officiating. Donations gratefully accepted directly to Canadian Cancer Society or Charity of Choice.


  • Memorial Service Thursday, February 20, 2020


Walter Edward Waddle

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Keith and Karen Sheehan

February 18, 2020

I will miss him at morning coffees. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Heather and your family! May your memories make you smile in the days to come.

Rob & Shauna Abernathy

February 17, 2020

We were so sorry to hear of Wally’s passing. Enjoyed many good baseball stories while picking up materials at the store. Our deepest condolences to Heather and family

Cathy and Dale Waddle

February 15, 2020

Dale and I are so sorry to hear of Wally’s passing.
We remember him asan extremely nice and kind man. Dale also has good memories of Wally when they were all kids growing up together.

Aurey & Mike Thomas

February 14, 2020

So very sorry to hear of your loss. Wally was such a friendly fellow, it was always a joy to shop at his lumber yard and to visit with him. He always had a good supply of nice oak for all of Tyler's woodworking projects! It always amazed me how he knew the prices for everything in his head and never had to use a calculator or computer to figure or look things up. He was always pleasant and valued his customers and treated them all as special friends. He was a good supporter of community suppers and silent auctions and such to help charities and community organizations. Wally will be missed.
Cherish your memories and God be with you as you work through your grief. Our thoughts are with you at this sad time.
Sincere Sympathy.
Mike, Audrey, Tyler & Jennifer Thomas

Fred Rau

February 14, 2020

Will always remember Wallys laugh and his friendly personality! Loved to spend time talking baseball with him! He truly loved the game! Deepest sympathy to his wife and family! Rest In Peace!❤️