Agnes Maul

September 17, 1931 - February 4, 2024
February 7, 2024 5 Condolences Print Obituary Send Flowers

It is with great sadness that we announce that on February 4, 2024, Agnes Maul passed away peacefully at the age of 92 in Edmonton, AB.

Agnes lived the majority of her life in Edmonton where she raised her children and worked for the Greater Edmonton Foundation. She loved to travel and entertain and will be fondly remembered by friends and family as a generous host and amazing cook.

She moved into Rosslyn Place Seniors Lodge in 2017 and met her special friend Archie. He was an amazing companion and they enjoyed quality time together watching TV, pub nights and dancing. Archie will be forever remembered by her family for the loving care he provided to Mom as she began her struggle with Dementia.

Predeceased by Dwayne (Son), Melissa (Grand Daughter), Martin (Marie), Henry (Kay), Helen (Alex) and Jean (Ted) (Siblings / Spouse).

Agnes is lovingly remembered by Darren & Christine (Son & Daughter-in-law), Archie (Special Friend), Courtney, Connor, Sara, Mathew, Graham, Leah (Grand Children)

A private service for Agnes was held.

  1. Auntie Agnes always remembered with fond memories.

  2. Sorry to hear of my Beautiful (inside & out) Aunty Agnes, I will forever remember her as having a Beautiful smile, a love for fashion & looking amazing even over coffee in the morning, my Mom, Marie Tkachuk & Aunty Agnes are Heavenly Sisters together again probably whipping up a big feast for the Families surrounding them….forever in my Heart!

  3. Aggy was an amazing lady and I will miss her very much. I knew her for over 30 years and cherish the time we spent together: cooking, shopping, dinners out and laughing hysterically. We shared so many good times, some bad and spoke on the phone often. Aggy reached out often when my mom was ill and passed. Aggy was kind, helpful and so much fun. She came to see me in BC, had an amazing visit and helped hang curtains late into the evening when I left Edmonton. I can remember her holding the rod and me standing on a chair with a power drill and both laughing. I will always remember her beautiful smile, laugh, sense of humor, cooking, amazing fashion and never forgetting a birthday 💕💕. Aggy you will never be forgotten and always loved. God Bless💕💕💕💕

  4. Aunt Agnes and I were very close and I will miss her a lot. She was a very big part of our family growing up and always gave a helping hand to anyone who needed it.

  5. So sorry to hear about the passing of Aunty Agnes, I have so many warm memories of her. The many times spent at their farm by Long Lake and the many family gatherings at her home. I will always remember how kind and loving she was to me and everyone else in her life.

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