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Alberta Ann Young

April 6, 1956 - April 1, 2023

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It is with deep sorrow and much love that we announce the passing of our Mom Alberta Ann Young. Mom passed away peacefully after a short battle with liver cancer. She was an amazing person and always had a smile on her face. Her greatest joy was her grandchildren. Survived and loved by Tracy (Devan) Gale, Barry, (deceased) Coleman, Stormy, Katie (Durim) Rebecka (deceased) Her brother Gordy and sisters Kim and Loretta,  cousin Pam as well as her two best friends Dorothy and Liz and many other  family and friends. Grandchildren: Hailey, Kaedin. Jayden, Mataya, Mia, Brooklyn, Amira, Zaelynn, Ari & Anri. Mom fly high you are now reunited and welcomed by your son Barry and daughter Rebecka

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From: Katie Graham
Relation: Daughter

I love you mom more than anything. You were amazing and strong and such a fighter. Love you and miss you more than anything

From: Mataya Graham
Relation: Grand-daughter

Grandma, I know it’s been a little while since you’ve been gone but you’ve been on my mind ever since you went to heaven. I guess that just shows what a strong relationship you and I had. I miss when we’d hangout and I miss your funny stories about your clients at work. You had such a great sense of humour and never failed to make me laugh. Your presence always put a big smile on my face, even on sadder days. I loved when we got invited to have dinner at your house, you were the best at cooking. I will always appreciate your dedication to visiting us almost everyday. I’ll never forget the last Christmas we had with you, when you got your car stuck in the snow and we had to push it and shovel some snow to help get you out haha. I loved that delicious breakfast that you made for us that day and you gave us the most thoughtful and cute gifts. I remember how you always hated that my sheets fell off the bed and those expensive sheets that you got me for Christmas haven’t fallen off once, they’re the best sheets and I love them grandma! I know you weren’t rich, and I’ll always appreciate how you gave us what you had, no matter what sacrifices you had to make for yourself. I’ll never forget all the things you’ve done for us. You bought us groceries all the time and also brought us that delicious coconut bread. I miss when you invited me for sleepovers. I remember when we’d sleep in your big bed together and play that game where we’d draw a letter on eachothers back with our finger and try to guess the letter. I miss those times, and when we’d watch tv together and give eachother makeovers and you put those pink hair curlers on me. I miss when we always got our nails done together when I was little, and had those little “girl hangout” days. I will always remember all the fun places we went to together and how we had so many fun adventures. Like when we all went to the Cultus Lake waterslides together a few times, that was super fun. You absolutely loved having your hair brushed and played with, I don’t think anyone will forget that haha. You’d always ask us to do your hair and when we didn’t feel like it you even bribed us with buying something as a reward haha. I remember when you visited us, you’d get me to bring you another beer from your car and then you’d say “thanks my little bartender, here’s a tip” and you’d give me some change haha. I’m very thankful that you took my sister and I back to school shopping for clothes last year. I’m also very thankful that you drove me to school in the winter so I didn’t have to walk in the freezing cold. I miss visiting you in the hospital and you calling me “Nurse Potatoes” or your “little nurse”. Grandma, I will always appreciate how much you have done for me and all the things that you sacrificed, just to make my life better. I appreciate you so much, words can’t even describe how thankful I am that I got to have you in my life. I will never forget that time when I was suicidal and how you saved my life with that phone call and brought me a whole bag filled with goodies and my favourite snacks. You always knew how to make my day brighter and helped get me through all the hard times. You were a very amazing and selfless woman who understood me at times when I felt that no one else did. You always loved me in a way that no one ever had and I will always love you so much grandma.

I’ll still dream about you, until we meet again ❤️

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