Jeffrey (Jeff) Allister Miles

June 18, 2020 9 Condolences Print Obituary

On June 14, 2020 Jeffrey Allister Miles passed away peacefully at the age of 43.

Jeff leaves to mourn his mother Lynne Hancock, father Evan Miles, step-mother Brenda Hockley, his brother Glenn (Jodi) Miles, sister Jennifer Miles, his half sister Jillian Miles, as well as numerous aunts, uncles and extended family.

Jeffrey was pre-deceased by his grandparents.

A Memorial Mass for Jeff will be held on Friday June 19 at 2:00PM at the St. Albert Catholic Parish, 7 Vital Ave, St. Albert, AB.

Due to the COVID-19 restrictions please allow for extra time if attending the church service for a brief pre-screening before entering the church.

Those not able to attend can watch the service via live-streaming by following the link provided below:

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Cross Cancer Institute or the Foyer Lacombe Hospice.


  1. Jen we are so sorry for you loss. Jeff’s smile will forever warm our hearts.

    <3 Larry and Terie

  2. My deepest condolences to Jeff’s family. I went to high school with Jeff, and although we aren’t close after high school, I remember him being a gentle, kind souls that could never hurt a fly. I bet he carried on through his life the exact same way, and although cut short, I’m certain he’s given many a lifetime worth of love. Rest easy Jeff, I’ll see you on the other side perhaps.

  3. I am so sorry to hear of Jeff’s untimely passing… I went to elementary school with Jeff & I remember he sat in the desk behind me in grade 7. I will always remember Jeff as kind, smart and a gentle soul. My sincerest condolences for your loss. Rest In Peace Jeff.

  4. I’m so sorry to hear of your loss. I went to school with Jeff from Albert Lacombe to St. Albert High. I’m sorry we lost touch as he was always such a kindhearted person. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  5. Our deepest condolences, thoughts and prayers to everyone. We’re comforted knowing that Jeff’s at peace in Heaven. Love from: Uncle Grant & Aunt Debbie.

  6. Rip sweetheart

  7. Jeff, I’m going to miss our Calgary Flames/Edmonton Oilers rivalry. I’m so happy that I got to meet you and enjoy many beers with you in conversation about everything. I’m happy that you got to meet your idol Leon Draisaitl. You got to go on a beautiful once in a lifetime memorable trip with your sister. And for once I will agree with you…Boo Bertuzzi!! I will be an Oiler’s fan, at least for the rest of this season, in honour of you and our times together.
    Miss you buddy!
    Your friend,
    Michael Barclay

  8. I have always cherished the memories I have of Jeff and will do so even more now. I often remember them and reflect on the good old days. I will always remember Jeff as a smart level headed caring person. If anyone is reading this from our late teens early twenties even though we may have lost touch please know I think of you all often and care for you all even though time and distance has separated us. I said this to Jeff the last time I saw him and I’m glad we had that moment.

  9. Lynne, Jennifer and Glenn, We are so sorry to hear of Jeff’s passing. We have many warm memories of Jeffrey as a young boy.

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