Adam Megley

April 28, 2013 2 Condolences Print Obituary

Surrounded by his loving family, Adam Megley entered into eternal rest on Thursday April 25, 2013 at the age of 93 years.

Left to cherish his memory is his loving wife of 68 years, Doris; five children: Ken (Nancy), Lee Ann, Marilyn (Bob), Harvey (Gayle) and Sharon (Rex); six grandchildren, three great-grandchildren as well as numerous relatives and dear friends.

Adam was a hard working man. Beginning at the age of 14 he worked the land, he then served his country and at the age of 40 he mastered the welding trade. He was very creative and especially enjoyed working with wood and wrought iron. Adam was passionate about travel, nature and all kinds of animals. Especially his beloved cat Mittens.

Prayers
7:00PM Tuesday April 30, 2013
St. Herman of Alaska Orthodox Church
9930-167 Street

Funeral Rite
11:00AM Wednesday May 1, 2013
St. Herman of Alaska Orthodox Church
9930-167 Street

Interment
Northern Lights Cemetery

Memorial Donations
St. Herman of Alaska Orthodox Church
9930-167 Street Edmonton, AB

  1. I would like to extend my deepest sympathy to you, Aunt Doris and family on the passing of your husband/father and my Uncle Adam. It was a magic moment that happened about five years ago. I was with my son at Oliver Square Safeway and we saw Uncle Adam. I was so happy to see him and he was happy to see me, flashing the same beautiful smile as my dad. When I went to this obituary site, I must admit that my breath was taken away for a second when I saw Uncle Adam’s photo; he looks so much like my dad! I know you all must be very sad and I grieve with you. I planned to attend the prayer service but I ended up in emergency on Monday night. I had to cancel all my jobs and then was also unable to be at the prayer service and bring mom, Esther. I really wanted to pay my respects to Uncle Adam; though I hardly saw him, there seemed to be a loving connection. May God strengthen you and help you during this time of sorrow.
    Love, Colleen

  2. ADAM WAS A VERY HARD WORKER AND FAMILY MAN.I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER ALL THE CHRISTMASES I SPENT WITH ADAM AND HIS FAMILY.WHAT A GREAT GUY AND A PURE EXAMPLE OF SOMEONE WHO STARTED WITH NOTHING AND BUILT A GREAT LIFE FOR HIS FAMILY AND HIMSELF. ALWAYS FONDLY REMEMBERED-YOUR FRIEND-JOE BROWN.

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