Parkland Funeral Services

3502 44th Ave, Stony Plain, AB


Patricia Ann Berg

Passed away on February 2, 2020

It is with great sadness and gentle relief that the family of Patricia Berg announce her passing at the age of 64 years. Pat is survived by her husband, John, daughter Cheryl (Wade), son Greg (Tanya), and her three beautiful grandchildren Bailey, Jayden, and Heather. She will also be shining down on her mother, Helen Cleave, brothers Paul, Glen(Marge), Luke(Dona), sisters Nancy(Al) and Melodie, as well as many nieces, nephews and special friends. She will be forever missed and live on in everyone's life she has touched. We would like to sincerely thank Dr. Horney(Dr. Darren), Dr. Trustham, Sandy, Lynn, Randeen, Victoria and all the ladies at the Westview Health Centre Hospice; you were all amazing during her journey in your loving hands. A "Celebration of Life" Open House will be held at the Garden Valley Hall, 52002 Range Road 274, Spruce Grove, Alberta (Corner of Campsite Road and Garden Valley Road (HWY 627) on February 29, 2020 from 3pm - 8pm. Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to Light Up Your Life Society Stony Plain


29 February

Memorial Service

3:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Garden Valley Hall

52002 RR 274
Spruce Grove, AB T7X 1T1


Patricia Ann Berg

have a memory or condolence to add?

Mary and Gordon Leduc

February 22, 2020

Rest in Peace Pat... are thoughts and prayers go out to your loving family at this time.

Allan &Wendy Shkuratoff

February 18, 2020

Our deepest sympathy to John and family. Always remember Pat as a soft spoken kind person. May she rest in peace.

Holding you all in our hearts,thoughts and prayers

Allan &Wendy

Michelle O’Neal

February 14, 2020

You were taken from us all too soon. I know where ever you are that you are no longer in pain. I will forever hold you in my heart. Many of my best memories are with my Auntie Pat. Whether it was camping at Wasa Lake, sitting on a beach, laughing and story telling, Christmas’ past, skiing.... I don’t think there has been a year of my life without her in it.

2 summers ago we were at Premier Lake and Pat was floating in a dingy on the beautiful lake, wearing a classy white pair of shorts and a pretty top, just looking so lovely and classy in her dingy. As she tried to get out of the dingy it flipped over and she went totally under. She laughed about it and was embarrassed. But no one should look that good at the beach. Lol.
If memories were made of money I would be rich because of her.

Love Michelle,Delaney and Brenna

Marianne Mamchur

February 14, 2020

Family and friends of Pat. I am so sorry to hear of Pats passing. My condolences to all. She was a beautiful person and I have many wonderful memories of her. She was such a kind and gentle soul and will be missed by all whose lives she touched. I smile when I think of her. Gone far too soon. RIP Pat.

Reta Ellice

February 13, 2020

Pat, you were the best friend a person could have. You were kind, compassionate, caring and a friend who I could vent to anytime. I will truly miss our times together—Yahtzee, breaking out, suppers together, road trips, caramel popcorn and so much more. I know you are the angel watching over me. Your love for your family and friends were very important to you. May you rest in a pain free world. You fought your battle with dignity, grace, a sense of humour and a smile on your face. When I was with you Sunday morning you said to me “I am going to fly”. I was so very sad but I knew you were going to a better place. Love you to the moon and back and when I take that flight I WILL see you again.

Bailey Gosselin

February 13, 2020

My beautiful Grandma,
I am so thankful for the lessons, laughs, and memories you have given me. You will always be in my heart. Having the privilege of living with you was the most beautiful blessing. Double solitare, CSI, and warm towels will always remind me of you. You and Grandpa raised Uncle Greg, my mom and I to be so strong. Gone far too early. Love you with all my heart, Bails

Jill Basterash

February 9, 2020

Cheryl. I will always feel blessed that I had the honour of meeting your Mom .
Jack and I had the pleasure of meeting Pat a few years ago and I always remember her warmth and kindness. It was like I had known her for a long time.
Cheryl, I feel privileged that we had the opportunity to work together and because of that, I know how much you loved and respected her.
Bailey, I know that you are also feeling an incredible loss. She will forever be in your heart.
Love Jill and Jack

Jaydee Weikle

February 7, 2020

I met Pat working at Peavey Mart. She was a wonderful, helpful, encouraging, and mother-like figure to anyone who walked into the store. Her smile would light up a room and brighten anyone’s days. She was one of my favourite people to hug when I was sad. I miss you Pat! Our time together was not long enough! Love ya. Jaydee.

Donna Huisman

February 5, 2020

We shared so, so many great times together. This was our “Galla” night! Just a night spent with great friends. A chance to dress up, a chance to visit and share memories...our deepest condolences to all that new Pat. She Will be remembered and missed more than words can say. Rest easy Pat, we love you ❤️
Donna, Ken, Derrick, Krystal, Vance,Kane, Maisie, Bently & families