January 4, 1957 – January 7, 2021
It is with heavy hearts that the family of Glenda Leah (Wilkinson) Swanson announce her passing Sunday, January 10, 2021 at the age of 64 years. Born January 4, 1957 she passed away peacefully with her daughter; two grandchildren; son in law and brother by her side. She is survived by her father Donald Wilkinson; sister Judy (Earl) Storey; two brothers Grant and David Wilkinson; daughter Josie and son in law Bruce; 10 grandchildren; 4 great grandchildren; as well as numerous extended family members. We find comfort in knowing she is at peace with her mother Beverley and sister Shelley. For anyone who knew Glenda, would all agree that she led her life with all her heart. She loved her cats, her garden, and her art work, but above all else she loved her family. Due to the covid 19 pandemic a service celebrating the life of Glenda will be held at a later date.
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January 17, 2021
Glenda and I were close friends for 16 years. Unfortunately we drifted apart in the past 2 years. Glenda was happiest when she had family and friends around. We were tea buddies.we drank many pots of tea. She was an amazing cook, artist, gardener and loved her pets dearly. Glenda was feisty, stubborn and had a great sense of humour. She loved to tell a story...She made me laugh so hard I blew hot coffee out my nose. I had tears running down my face several times. She had a zest for life. She will be missed by many. The world will be an emptier place without her,
January 12, 2021
I remember her planting tomatoes in Josies front yard. She was so enthusiastic about teaching everyone the joys of planting tomatoes. She was always so full of life. Sad that she's passed on. Good memories of her thi still carry on.
January 12, 2021
Glenda and I were neighbours for 22 years, our birthdays were 6 days apart and often celebrated together. We were honoured that she made our beautiful wedding cake and her granddaughter Kitara was our flower girl. So many good times, visits with her grandkids were always fun. Such an awesome lady, love her and will miss her...