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First Memorial Funeral Services - Riverview Chapel

11090 86 Ave, Fort Saskatchewan, AB

OBITUARY

June Violet Dedla

June 26, 1942May 24, 2020

June Dedla of Fort Saskatchewan passed away at the age of 77 years.

She will be dearly missed by daughters, Debbie, Deana, Sherry and Tammy and their families; as well as her wonderful close friends and family.

June was predeceased by her husband, Samuel Dedla in 2016.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

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Jeannette Cook

June 22, 2020

My deepest condolences to the family. June, you will be missed for your kindness and friendly nature. June liked to have a good time and she appreciated everything. If I did any little thing for June she was so thankful. I miss talking to her on the phone to see what she was up to in these trying days. My calls were short compared to some of her calls to friends where she could talk for hours. LOL. June was always trying new recipes. How she loved cooking and sharing her baking, canning and cabbage rolls. I will miss my travelling companion to BC. June was always so concerned that she was a burden to me as we had to get a wheelchair at the airports for her. I kept assuring her that it was great as we didn't have to wait in lines at security or wait in a line to board the plane. That was June, always worried about someone else. I am attaching a picture of June with an Elvis impersonator. We went to a charity event and of course Elvis came over to our table and went straight to June. She had a great time with that. Goodbye my friend. I hope you are having a great time dancing with Sam.

Deana Conde Garza

June 12, 2020

Mom, the nurturer and rock of the family. Mom, I miss you more than words can say. You have been everything to our family and not having you around will be forever like we are missing something. I loved the way you smiled, rubbed your leg with your hand, fist pumped your hand when you agreed to something and danced when you approved of something. You loved your coconut marshmallows around the fire, and your pancakes were like no others. You were a strong woman who had more friends in your life than anyone I have ever known. You were that rock for your friends, the balance in our home, and the love of dads life. You will forever be missed and loved knowing you are happily reuniting with everyone you knew from the past.
Until we meet again, loving you from afar, your daughter Deana

Cheyenne Dedla

June 11, 2020

Caring, thoughtful, funny, loving, were just a few things my grandma was. She will be dearly missed by so many. She helped shape the person I am today and for that I will always be greatful. The most amazing cook with the biggest heart, she had so much love to give and she let everyone know it. I will miss our talks, your wisdom, knowledge and witty sense of humor, gone but never forgotten. Love you forever grandma and miss you always.

Celeste Presby

June 10, 2020

June my great aunt- actually & by your actions- not only putting on lovely spread of food lovingly made by your own hands every time we visited- thoughtful to think to give me a Romanian cookbook because my grandpa is (was) - always a smile and a joke - I'm glad you & uncle Sam are together now in heaven but I miss you both & how you both were the light of each other - I hope one day to learn to be as unafraid to be myself and real as you love always Celeste

Bernadette Jones

June 9, 2020

Dearest June, we met on a train in 1975 when I was travelling in Canada for the first time. June recommended visiting the area where she was from so we hired a car and followed her. Right up to her brother's place near Aiyansch (sp?) Where he so kindly let us sleep over in the 'duck house' and gave us a huge breakfast in the morning, and to Terrace & Hazelton. We kept in touch all these years mainly with letter writing and phone calls, but we each also managed to visit each other too a couple of times despite the thousands of miles between B.C. and the UK. I will miss our friendship. June was such a lovely kind soul and great fun too. June's love of cooking meant she used to 'encourage' me by sending recipes and discussing them, I think she was baffled as to why I wasn't into cooking 😀 June and Sam - two lovely people, I hope you are now reunited. With love 🙏

Shelley Brewer

June 8, 2020

Oh June! I’m so missing you today! It still feels so surreal! I go to my sons house which is 5 houses down and I look out knowing that I always had a place to walk to. Opie and I slept there so many times. You have the biggest heart of anyone I’ve ever known and it’s going to be a struggle without you in my life. Anytime I was down and out you were always there to make me see the point of carrying on even when you didn’t feel like you wanted to.
I can’t imagine going to bingo without you, if it ever opens up lol. That’s where we met and they all still think you’re my mother; we played along with it.
I’m going to miss every Seahawk VS Panthers game! I’m going to miss every Blue Jay game with you. All the Super Bowl events etc. It’s so hard to imagine it all without you
Most of all I’m going to miss the true friend that you were to me; hard to come by.
Rest In Peace my dear friend! I hope Sam and you are dancing to the oldies!
Miss you every day!! 💕💕

Debbie Velsink

June 8, 2020

The first time I met June she came into “No Frills” and we connected from that moment. She soon became a very important person to me not only as a friend, but as a loving, sweet, kind hearted neighbor. We shared many good times together over an open fire with her bacon dripping on bread to car rides down by the river to Tim’s Hortons coffee in the evenings. Many trips out to “jam sessions” with her and Sam, only to find us sharing French fries with gravy after!! I will miss her smile, her kindness, her guidance and her respect for everyone. My prayers go to her girls and their families at this difficult time. Forever will miss you June ❤️

Sherry Dedla

June 8, 2020

Mom you were the best, sweetest gal, you gave your heart and soul to everything you Did,you were such a grand cook, you loved and were loved by so many, you buzzed around like a bee,always keeping food on table for all to enjoy, your smile, your hugs, your laughter and your jokes will always be remembered and always will be missed I love you and it breaks my heart you are gone, I will miss your phone calls, you have given your all, and you gave us your time always and for that I am and will always be greatful..with a heavy heart, my tears, are filled with sorrow, how I will miss you momma, junebug, Junie, you can dance now..be free.❤️💔🙏🏻✨😢🕯I will always love you and when I hear You are my Sunshine, it will remind me of how you loved that song all the years you were with us and to know we all were loved by one special lady.✨🌷🕯

Ken Offer

June 8, 2020

Anna Offer, Judy, Ken & Janet, our son Kevin, our daughter Heather, & there families, send our Sincere Condolences , to the girls.
One of my favorite memories is of Junes bacon, onion open fires & catching the drippings on piece of bread. Also when June would catch me stretching the truth, laughing & telling me I was full of BS.
The picture below from the left is Grand Spisak, Anna (surviving sister) June, Elisabeth, Burt( surviving Brother) Frank, & Grand Mother Spisak.

Amanda Phillips

June 7, 2020

My grandmother June, she was the most loving person on this planet. She was always so compassionate and funny. Even in times when she shouldn’t have been. I love you so dearly and I treasure all the memories I have with you. You and grandpa are so loved, angel.

FROM THE FAMILY