On February 15th 2018 Angie (Grams) passed away at Misericordia Hospital at the age of 89 with her family by her side.
Angie is survived by:
Gordon (Rita), Linda (Ray), Wilma (Mike), Sofie (Gerard), Carl (Tanya), Cindy (Daryl), Tina (Wade), Freda (Bryon), Billy (Faye)
Michelle, Jay, Kimberly (Roger), Kurt, Cameron (Melissa), Tanya, Shaun (Amanda), Dean, Robby (Vicky), Buffy (Wayne), Joey (Heather), Renae (Robert), Ashley (Sean ), Crystal (Danny), Jocelyn (Chris), Karl (Jackie), Hannah (Jowell) , Madisen,
Keishya, Aurora, Honor, Chase, Jairon, Raydon, Jayron, Jayden, Preston, Naomi, Kane, Courtney, CJ, Connor, Heather (Christina), Matthew, Serena, Brooke, Julia, Violet, Isabel, Angie, Chance (Tahira), Brandon, Brett, Bradley, Phonenix, Logan, Gage, Johntay, Austin, Landen, Brooklyn, Gavin, Liv, Faith, Amelia, Eleanor, Marigold, Charlotte, Jack
Great-Great Grandchildren: Kayden, Mikayla
Angie was born, the eldest of eight children to Casimir and Nora Willier in Joussard, Alberta. Known to everyone as “Grams” she was the joy and light in all of us, the glue that kept our family strong. She welcomed everyone into her home with her big heart and loving smile. Grams loved to knit, watch her soaps and above all spend time with her family. Music was always a big part of her life whether it was listening to Elvis, playing her Mandolin, or singing and dancing. Bingo and shopping were two of her favourite outings.
She was our very own Angel, we feel blessed by all the years we spent with her. She left a legacy of love and family, Grams will be forever held in our hearts. We take comfort that she is at peace and know we will see her again.
Our love and prayers are with you Herman and all the Family. Angie (Mom) was a beautiful Gift. Mom touched our lives in such a special way, and so many lives through out her life with her loving and warm heart. We were so blessed Mom you were in our lives, and shared so many special times together, always filled with fun and laughter. We Thank you Mom for your Wisdom, Kindness, Caring ways, and Loving Heart.
We will always love you Mom and you will forever be in our hearts.
Love and Hugs Always
Tom and Jude xoxo
Angeline forever my mother-in-law in my heart, she was a great individual who didn’t judge anyone and was acceptance of everyone who met her. I knew her for a brief time but it felt like a lifetime when we met after so many years apart. It was like we were never apart how we just picked up where we left off. I will miss her dearly, and I am glad my children, her grandchildren, got to meet her.
From time to time when Billy would go visit his mom, he would mow her lawn and she would sit on her chair wearing her hats watching him. Billy often joked & teased his mom saying “what’s the gossip”. Angie would reply …in a way very much like when her child would ask for candy “I got none”.
Which speaks a lot for her character as a mother it was one of her many attributes and I believe the list is long. For she had the compassion and patients for all her children like no other.
This is my truth… At the age of 17 Angie welcomed me into her home, with no words but acceptance & for this I will be forever grateful.
It was at that time, when she saved me.
Billy often speaks about how I saved him. I truly believe it was Angie who saved the both of us.
She not only opened her home to me but her heart without any reservation, if it wasn’t for her kindness and acceptance of me.
I truly believe that I would not have the life with her baby boy and our two beautiful girls.
Our Hannah And Madisen.
Rest easy Angie