Donna Yvonne Morlock

May 29, 2020 11 Condolences Print Obituary Send Flowers

We are deeply saddened by the loss of Donna Morlock, 68, of Edmonton, Alberta on 10 May 2020. She is survived by her children Kerry Duggan and Ryan Stankiewicz, her two granddaughters Megan and Kiera Duggan, her sisters Norma Slywa (Danny Campbell) and Sherri (Brad) Stephens as well as numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her father (Donald Morlock), her mother (Edna Morlock) and her sister (Joyce Cameron).

She was born in Vancouver, British Columbia on 20 March 1952.

She worked at the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital for close to 40 years where she had numerous friends.

She loved spending time with her family and for the last four years of her life she enjoyed cruises every March with her family and close family friend Robin St. Martin.

She was the best mom and gramma anyone could ask for. She was loving, caring and thoughtful. She was always there for anyone if they were in need. She will be missed and loved very much.

We all love you very much. Until we meet again.

  1. I knew Donna through Norma when we all worked at Glenrose. She was always kind and considerate. She went out of her way to make everyone around her feel welcome. She was and is a beautiful soul.

    • Kerry and Ryan I’m really sorry for the lose of your mom
      I’ve none her for almost are whole lives
      I will miss her a great deal
      She was and is an awesome lady

  2. So sorry for your loss,my Condolences to you and your family 🙏🙏🙏

  3. Deepest sympathy, thoughts and prayers to Donna’s family. So many great memories of the fun times we had growing up and hanging out at Gramp’s. She will be missed!

  4. I worked with Donna many, many years ago at the Glenrose, she was one of my favourite people. Always kind and willing to help. I am so sorry to her of her passing. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

  5. I was so saddened to hear of the news of dear Donna. Like her, I was born in Vancouver, come from a “family of sisters”, and share the same birth year as Donna…beat you by 2 months coming into this world, Donna. During my 38 years working at the Glenrose Hospital, I never once heard an unkind word said about Donna. She was so well-loved and respected by so many at Glenrose. Donna was such a hard worker, and high-regarded as “the best transcriptionist at the Glenrose”! When I heard that Donna’s sister, Norma, had recently retired, I thought how nice and imagined like myself retired and back living in Vancouver and spending time with my sisters, that I could just imagine the fun that Donna, Norma and Sherri are going to have together as sisters. Maybe, another “sisters trip to Vegas” in the works! The time is never right or easy to say good-bye. Rest easy dear Donna, and my hearfelt sympathy and prayers go out to all of Donna’s family at this time.

  6. I am deeply sorry for your loss. I hope you feel the love that surrounds you, now and always. Praying for your healing, comfort, strength and peace during this painful time. … wishing you comfort in your memories.

  7. My thoughts are with Kerry & Ryan and both sisters through this difficult time. It’s very difficult to loose a mom , gramma and sister . I remember how close you all were spending lots of time together. I’m hoping those memories ease the pain and give you wonderful memories to share together as you remain the very special loves of her life ❤️❤️❤️

  8. I worked with Donna in the Glenrose and Kerry , they have a very close family . Donna was a very caring person and loved her family so very much . Her sisters Norma and Sherri meant the world to her ( also Kerry , ryan and girls) . Seeing her able to go on her cruises and Vegas trips making lots of memories for her family was what made her so happy . Donna will be truly missed . Rest In Peace Donna love you 😘 our condolences to all the family .

  9. Kerry, I was so sad to hear about your mom. My thoughts and prayers have been with you and your family. I hope you, the girls and your brother are taking comfort in her memory and all the love and kindness she showed.

  10. Remembering my BFF on her Birthday. Holding memories close. Thinking of Ryan, Kerry, Meagan, Kierra, Norma, Sherry and families. Love & hugs

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