Martha Heather Barth

May 1, 2017 4 Condolences Print Obituary

On Tuesday, April 25th 2017, Heather Barth (Morris) of Edmonton AB (born in Regina SK May 8th 1955, formerly of Camrose AB) passed away suddenly while in her sleep at the age of 61 years.

Heather will be forever loved and remembered by her husband of nearly 39 years, Manfred, and their two children: Michael and Deanna, along with son-in-law Malcolm Marr and granddaughter Gabriella; brother Danny Morris and family, mother-in-law Erna Barth, sister-in-law Wally & Jim Benzie and family, and brother-in-law Bob & Ruth Barth and family; as well as numerous other family and friends. Heather was predeceased by her father Henry Morris; her mother Ruby Morris; sister-in-law Janet Morris; and father-in-law Karl Barth.

Prayer Vigil
7:00PM Tuesday May 9, 2017
St. Dominic Savio Catholic Parish
14406-62 Street Edmonton, AB

Mass of Christian Burial
11:00AM Wednesday May 10, 2017
St. Dominic Savio Catholic Parish
14406-62 Street Edmonton, AB

Interment
Holy Cross Cemetery
14611 Mark Messier Trail NW, Edmonton AB

Memorial Donations please consider the Edmonton Humane Society or the Stollery Children’s Hospital in lieu of flowers.

  1. Peter and I were so sorry to hear of your family’s loss Deanna and Malcolm. You and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers! XO

    • Thank you Peter and Keri.

  2. Fred and family , so sorry for your loss at this difficult time .

  3. Here is my response to your request about posting a memory about your wife and mother, Heather. It took me until now to narrow down my millions of memories I have. After walking our dogs for over 11 years, 5 days a week we had made some great ones. Here are my top few:

    The best part of walking for over an hour a day was just laughing and talking. We laughed till we cried at our dogs. And we cried too, like when Sherlock passed away Heather still walked with me so she was not home alone.

    Her husband Fred. Heather talked often of Fred, but the best was when she talked about first meeting him. Fred knew on their first date that he would marry Heather. Well, when she told this story she turned into a teenager. She would blush and giggle like a school girl. It was so cute to see, I would giggle right along with her! She loved Fred very much and she knew he loved her too! Like when he would dye her hair for her! Come on, how many husbands to that for their wives!!!

    Micheal, her beloved son! Your mom talked of you often. She absolutely loved that you were becoming a teacher. And your art was something she was so proud off. She often showed me your work, beaming all the time. We both agreed that you should be making tons of money doing this! Most of all your mom loved you coming over to visit and of course, do your laundry. She would tell me if you were coming over and then when you did. She loved you and loved spending time with you!

    Deanna, her amazing daughter. Of course, you already know that giving your mom a granddaughter gave your mom so much joy it is unmeasurable. She loved little Gabby so much! Everything she did or said I got to hear about. In addition she was so proud of you for being an amazing mom and of course a female mechanic! Going to your house for dinner or babysitting was a great highlight for your mom. She felt so loved and spoilt.

    My heartfelt condolences to all of you and your extended families. I loved Heather very much and will miss her greatly. I will think of her often, especially when out with my pups. (I posted this on Facebook as well).

    Love, Lynn Rains

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