Daisy Gallant (Snow)

July 8, 1955 - January 17, 2023
January 18, 2023 13 Condolences Print Obituary Send Flowers

Predeceased by her parents Barbara Snow (Decker) and Henry Snow, Gordon's parent's Vincent and Lena Gallant, Daisy is survived by her husband Gordon Gallant, Son Jonathan, brothers Dave (Juanita, Fred (Dianne), Paul (Connie) and Roger (Patsy), sisters Ivy (late Robert) Waller and Ina Snow, In-Laws Irene (Clyde) Bonnell, Earl (Marilyn) Gallant, Wayne (Sheila) Gallant, Darren (Bernie) Gallant and Mary (Randy) Perry.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Diabetic Association or the Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute in Daisy's name.

Cremation has taken place and a private Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

The family wishes to thank those who took the time to send a condolence and for the love and support given to them during this difficult time.

  1. Sorry for your loss sending prayers n condolences to you n your son Love Paul

  2. Sorry for Daisy loss.our condolences to all the family

    • So sorry for your loss thoughts and prayers are with you all. Hold on to all those beautiful memories. RIP Cousin 🥲

  3. Sorry to hear of Daisy’s Passing . May your Precious Memories help you through this difficult time

  4. Sorry for you loss sending prayers and condolences for Gordon and Jonathon

  5. Sending all my love and prayers to you and Jonathan, from the Phan family 💜❤️

  6. Gordon so sorry for your loss,my heart goes out to you and Johntain.

  7. My heart goes out to you Gordon,and prayers.

  8. Gordon so sorry for loss you and Jonathan be strong
    In this difficulty time

  9. Thinking of you and Jonathon, at this time of loss. I will miss Daisy dearly xoxo

  10. Losing someone you love is never easy. Thinking of you and Jonathon, at this time.

  11. You and Jonathan have our deepest sympathy and unwavering support. love Irene & Clyde Rest in Peace, Daisy

  12. Thinking of all of you during this difficult time.
    I met the family through Paul Snow when they all lived in the big building on 97th Street. I had many good times with Daisy. Always smiling and so very funny. We’d frequent the Rosilyn Hotel for drinks and dancing.
    Thanks for the memories girl.
    Forever in my heart
    Nikki Houle

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