Lori Klaver (nee Schick)

March 14, 2016 19 Condolences Print Obituary

It is with extreme sadness that we announce the passing of Lori after succumbing to a brain injury from a terrible accident on March 9, 2016 at the age of 43.  She is survived by her daughter Jaydenn, her parents Bruce and Christine Schick, brother Steve Schick (Claire O’Rawe), niece Arianna Schick as well as numerous other family members and many friends.  She was predeceased by her son Ryan Klaver and her grandparents.

Lori will be remembered for her charisma, desire to always help others, quick wit and huge heart.

Funeral Service
March 30, 2016 2:00 PM
Trinity Funeral Home Chapel
10530 116 St. Edmonton AB

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to be made in Lori’s name to the Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation.

  1. Lori was very warm hearted, was easy to get to know and always had a wonderful smile. So sorry she left us at such a young age however she will be united with her son and grandparents. May her spirit guide her family through the time of sorry. She will truly missed by all that knew her. Our sincere condolences to the family.

  2. Our thoughts are with you all at this time. I only met Lori once, but could see the amazing spirit she had. Hold tight to all the memories you carry of her.

  3. I’m saddened by the sudden and tragic passing of Lori I had worked with her at GEF and found out today of her passing To all the family and friends my deepest sympathy goes out to you

  4. We are so sorry for this huge loss in your family.
    We will never ever forget her. She was in our lives for a short time, but nobody had as great an impact in such a short time. She was a lot of fun. Had a tremendous wit and sense of humor. We missed her before and now and will regret not making a better effort to keep in touch with her and Brii, which was her name at the time to us.
    We wish you strength through this sad time. Jaydenn we wish you the greatest strength and courage through this very difficult time. We will always remember her!
    Our deepest sympathies, Karen and Brian

  5. ‘Death leaves a heartache no one can heal… Love leaves a memory no one can steal’ – unknown. My condolences to Lori’s baby girl and her family. She was so loving and such a genuine soul. May she rest in peace, being reunited with her baby boy.
    Until we meet again..
    Siobhain

  6. I will always remember my first memories of Lori as a young vivacious young woman (almost 30 years ago now). She came to cover staff events at our McDonald’s from her Castledown store. Over time, she became a part of our group. I wish to extend my deepest condolences to Lori’s daughter Jaydenn and the entire Schick family during this difficult time. Rest in peace Lori.

  7. My thoughts and prayers to the whole family. Lori was an incredible person and I look back on my memories or working with her and it always makes me smile. She will be missed.

  8. So sorry to hear of Lori’s passing. I never got to meet her, but we had many laughs over the phone through work her in Edmonton at Healthcare & Rehab, me in Calgary. My thoughts and prayers go out to all of you.

  9. We are so sad to hear about losing Lori. I met her and worked with at 17 as she was our 1st Assistant at McDonalds. Lori was funny, kind and was a really great person to work with and know. Lori taught me a lot as I worked with her over the years. Huge condolences to her family, her daughter and loved ones. I pray she has peace and is reunited with her son.

  10. I will forever remember Lori from the good old Stony days where I worked as a swing manager for her upon moving to Edmonton. No one could make me laugh as hard as Lori. It saddens me she was taken so young. My deepest sympathies to the Schick family. She truly was an amazing women who left a place in the hearts of all those who were lucky enough to know her. Reunited with her son, we know she will be shining down on us always. Rest peacefully dear sweet Lori. You will be missed.

  11. So sorry to hear of lori’s sudden passing. Thoughts and prayers to the whole family. Rest in peace Lori.

  12. Lori was much loved by our family.She was a special caregiver to our Mother.
    May this tragic death reunite you with Ryan.Our sympathies to the family.
    Rest easy Lori and God Bless.

  13. Extremely shocked to hear sudden loss of my friend’s sister Lori and all my prayers for the family to stand up strong to help each other for the departed soul and Steve, everybody will miss her but she will live in sky watching us forever.

  14. Dear Lori,

    You will be missed, your smile, personality, friendship and love of life set you apart from other people.

    We will always keep you in our hearts and thoughts.

    With love,
    Swierczynski family

  15. To Lori’s family and friends are thoughts are with you with the sudden passing of Lori we will always remember her laugh and smile that would light up a room . Lori you will be missed and the memories of you we will have for ever. To Lori’s family take care .

  16. My deepest sympathy to Jaydenn and the family of your great loss. Lori will be greatly missed as she was a kind, friendly, and approachable person. She had a great sense of humor and brought joy and laughter where she went. Lori will be dearly missed, but the memories will be everlasting. My prayers are with you all.

    I worked with Lori at GEF Seniors Housing.

    My condolences,
    Gerald

  17. So sorry to hear of Lorie’s passing. My deepest sympathy to the family and friends for your loss. I will always remember Lori as a very kind , friendly approachable person. Rest in peace Lori.

    My condolences,
    Melinda

  18. This planet is over 4 and a half million years old and we were all very fortunate to exist the same time Lori has.
    Our paths crossed in the early 80s. We grew up in Castle Downs a few blocks away from each other and attended the same jr high. After a 20 year gap we connected again and became best of friends in the last couple of years or so. She had a love for the outdoors. Numerous camping and road trips, Banff & Jasper. We also shared the love of the same music. We also shared some other ironic similarities…We were both born in the same Hospital, different months but same year and on the seventh day. Our fathers shared the same first name, and our siblings shared the same birthday although different years.
    Lori had an amazing rapport with people all of all ages. She was instantly loved by many including my family. I will miss her and will think of her often.
    My deepest condolences to her family.

  19. I write this note with a heavy heart. Lori was a childhood friend of mine. I just came across this and have great sadness of her passing. A special person moves onto the next chapter…RIP

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