Ervin Glasford Eccleston

January 1, 2020 13 Condolences Print Obituary

With heavy hearts we have to announce the passing of our Husband, Father, Brother, Uncle and dear Friend Ervin Glasford Eccleston (aka PZ) of Edmonton, Alberta. He passed away on December 27, 2019 at the age of 72.

He was born on October 31, 1947 in Trelawny, Jamaica to predeceased parents Copeland Eccleston and Gladys Bernard.

Ervin is survived by his common law wife Tracey Oranchuk of 15 years and their Daughter Janaya Eccleston. Son Ervin Eccleston Jr (Denise) from Ontario. Daughter Carol Eccleston from Ontario. Son Kavon Eccleston from Jamaica. Son James Linton ( Ashley) from Edmonton, son Anthony Linton (Jackie) from Edmonton, daughter  Lisa Linton and other children. Survived by his grandchildren. Jermaine, Exavier, Kasandra, Kyra, Kalysha, Kyrel, Kavon,Khaleel, Vinessa and Anclaire, Malcolm, Benjamin and Adore. Many Brothers and Sisters from Jamaica and friends from near and far.

Ervin passed away from battling with lung cancer. He was a fighter and didn’t let it get him down until the good Lord decided to call him home. You will be sadly missed by so many yet our memories will be in our hearts forever.

6:00PM - 9:00PM Thursday January 2, 2020
Trinity Funeral Home
10530- 116 St Edmonton, Alberta.

Celebration of Life
6:00PM Saturday February 1, 2020
Hazeldean Community Hall
9630-66 Avenue Edmonton, Alberta

Let’s share stories about this wonderful person who we all loved and adored. If you need more info contact Tracey (780-233-8724 or Mavis (780)-905-9617.

  1. I am so sorry for your loss. Love and prayers to you guys.💖

  2. My heart ❤️ goes out to you Tracey and janaya and all Ervin’s children and brothers and sisters and there families l we’ll sadly miss Ervin he was a wonderful man to his family and his family of Tracey and janaya until we meet again Rest In Peace Ervin love ❤️ Shelley &corey

  3. Ervin you will be truly missed by many people. We’ll miss running in to you and Janaya in the mall, our random chats and you giving us advice. You fought a long and valiant battle and now you’ve earned your rest; sleep well.
    Our heartfelt condolences to the Eccleston family and their loved ones but especially to Ervin Jr and Janaya. May your memories of your father bring you peace and comfort in this difficult time and may God bless and guide you always.

    • Sleep in eternal peace, bless us for us to be a part of your journey.

  4. Heartfelt condolences and praying that the family finds strength and love during their grief.

  5. May God sustain you, Tracey,Janaya, and all Ervin’s family and friends. May memories of the good times carry you through the dark moments. Prayers and love – Sherri J

  6. Our condolences. We sending our prayers during this difficult time.

    PZ will be missed, but not forgotten.

    His Friends –
    Leroy Blake (Youth)
    Leaford Reynolds (Stretch)

  7. My dad, friend, husband and mostly confidant. I miss you but glad to say I am happy for all the times we shared. I know when I last saw you a year ago on my visit home you were in GREAT spirit knowing but God is good and you ran a good race and have crossed that finish line with grace. See you on the other side. Missing you already.

  8. Beautifully written. Condolences to you Tracey and your family. Hugs

  9. I am sorry for your loss.
    ❤️🙏🏽❤️ sending love and prayers.

  10. Our sincerest condolences on the passing of your husband and father. We have many fond memories of times spent with Ervin which we should all find comfort in. He was always smiling and making us laugh with his great sense of humour. May he now rest in peace.

    Ed Peiche
    Mark German

  11. I never knew an easy life, my parents made sure we had the basics however never made us feel we were less than anyone. My father named me after him because he felt I could stand up and bare the name. I have fought many battles and have many scars. I fought Cancer and won, lost many family members to this Monster that feeds on us. My father in is final days, reminded me of the reason we smile through the pain, laugh when it hurt and dig in when it gets tough…. Grace… Grace will always pull us through. You see it is not the big job you have or the fancy car you drive. It is your heart that is your judge of character. So today I say to you here lays the shell of the Man that had more heart than any person I know. Angel’s were calling and you answered the call.
    RIP Dad, Your my real MVP.

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