Christine Margaret Prysunka

December 5, 2016 20 Condolences Print Obituary

It is with deep sadness that the family of Christine Margaret Prysunka, announce her peaceful passing on December 3, 2016, at the age of 60.

Left to cherish her memory are her loving husband of 43 years, Darol, daughters Renée (Rob) Wells and Michelle Dandeneault, mother Eileen Hebert, siblings; David (Lena) Hebert, Brian (Virginia) Hebert, Nancy (Bill) Heath, Daniel (Leona) Hebert and Allan (Lisa) Hebert, grandchildren; Haley and Jenna Wells, Lauren, Parker and Spencer Dandeneault and numerous nieces and nephews.

Christine was predeceased by her father Norman Hebert in August of this year.

Celebration of Life
Friday December 9, 2016 at 10:00 am
Trinity Funeral Home Chapel
10530 116 Street, Edmonton.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The Asthma Society of Canada, Suite 401, 124 Merton Street, Toronto, Ontario, M4S 2Z2.

  1. Darol, Renee and Michelle;

    Please know that I have a very special memory of Christine. She was a teacher, mentor and friend to me when I started my career at the Crown’s Office in Calgary. I remember how she took me under her care and taught me so much. I am grateful that I knew her, and am also grateful for the memories that she gave me.

    God Bless you all during this difficult journey, you are all in my thoughts and prayers.

    Irene Kreitz

  2. My deepest sympathies to all of Christine’s family during this time.

    Christine taught me an incredible work ethic and what a “work family” was, she was our fearless leader of the “screaming unit” as she fondly referred to it. She helped mold many of my current daily practices at work and I will forever be grateful for her guidance. She was probably one of the strongest women I have ever met, I am so lucky to have worked beside her for many years. The one thing she couldn’t teach me was her taste for black coffee as thick as tar! Goodbye Christine.

  3. I am very sorry for your loss I grew up with Christine just reconnected with her last year. take care

  4. Our thoughts are with you at this time of your sorrow

  5. My condolences to you and your family. Christine was my Supervisor. I was still pretty new to the office and she took me under her wing. She provided me with great support and guidance to help me learn and grow. Thank you, Christine, for everything you’ve done for me. You will be missed. God Bless.

  6. My deepest condolences on the passing of Christine.

    I too started working at the Crowns’ Office under Christine’s supervision. She was a wonderful lady and a great supervisor. She expected everyone to pull their weight, but also wanted everyone to enjoy their job. She had a wonderful sense of humor and was always willing to share it with her staff. I remember the smell of her strong coffee and her office décor like it was yesterday. I am choosing to think that Christine has gone on to be in the stars with her other love, Jean-Luc Picard, as her office always sported a very large poster of him.

  7. I too works with CHristine, before I retired. She was an awesome lady and I am so sad for your loss, too soon! My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  8. To the family,
    Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the loss of Christine.
    I worked with Christine a number of years ago. She was a quick- witted, vivacious and kind person.
    Christine will be remembered.
    May you be comforted during this difficult time.

    With sympathy and prayers,

  9. Christine and I shared our lunch hours together almost every day until her retirement, we had many deep discussions about our lives and cherished those times. I was deeply saddened to hear of her passing, prayers to the whole family.

    Bless you all
    Lia Langley

  10. I am so deeply saddened by the passing of Christine life is not always fair and this is one of those times. She was a wonderful person and will be sadly missed by all that new her. There is nothing one can say to ease the sorrow of losing a loved one especially a loved one like Christine. She was my cousin and even though we haven’t seen each other in long time she always held and will hold a special place in my heart. I could gone with the reasons why she was a wonderful person but we all know those reasons that why we all loved her. To Darol her loving husband and the rest of the family please accept my deepest condolences and try to take comfort in all the great memories you have of her.
    All my love
    John Paul Pellow

  11. To the Prysunka family.
    We were sorry to hear of cousin Christine’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you all in your time of grief.
    With sympathy
    Larry & Joan Hebert
    Arnprior, Ontario

  12. To the Hebert family.
    Dear David, Brian ,Nancy, Daniel & Allan.
    Our hearts go out to you and your families in the loss of your sister Christine. May your fond memories gave you some comfort in the coming days.
    With deepest sympathy
    Your cousins Larry & Joan.

  13. Dear Aunt Eileen.
    We were so sorry to hear of your daughter Christine’s passing. Our thoughts will be with you in the coming days. Wish we were there to give you big hugs.
    With deepest sympathy.
    Love Larry & Joan.

  14. To the Prysunka & Hebert family
    I am sorry to hear of cousin Christine’s passing.
    My thoughts are with you all during this difficult time.
    With sympathy
    Cousin Doug Holmes (Doris’s son)
    Renfrew Ontario.

  15. Dear Family of Christine,
    I would like to offer my deepest sympathy to the Prysunka and Hebert families. I was shocked to hear about Christina especially after Uncle Norman,s death just in August. You are in my thoughts and in my prayers and I ask God to hold each of you ever so gently in His embrace.

    Love and Prayer
    Sister Barbara Hebert CSC (cousin to Christine)

  16. Dear Michelle and Family,

    Please accept my deepest sympathy on the loss of your mother.

    My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.

    Ray St. Martin
    Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

  17. Christine was a terrific colleague at the Calgary Crowns’ office. I fondly remember her bossing me around, and we enjoyed more than a few laughs over the years.

    My condolences to all her family & friends.

  18. I am so very sorry to learn of my cousin Christine’s death. Although we did not know each other as adults, it is still sad to lose another link in our family chain. I offer you all, the Hebert and Prysunka families, my heartfelt sympathy in your tragic loss. May your many happy memories bring you comfort, as you face your new reality. May God Bless you all!

  19. My Deepest Sympathies to the Prysunka and Hebert families for the loss of one so dear. May God be with you during this time of loss.

  20. My condolences to her family and friends. She was my supervisor at the crowns office. She taught me a lot, she was a mentor and friend. I really enjoyed working with her. She had a very strong work ethic which I admired. Even when she retired we still kept in touch and would occasionally get together to catch up. I will miss her.

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