Pauline Eva Belmore (Nataway)

January 13, 1957 - May 15, 2021
June 7, 2021 7 Condolences Print Obituary

It is with great sadness that Pauline Eva Belmore's children - Rae Ann, Ruth, Raymond and Michael - announce her passing on Saturday, May 15, 2021 at the age of 64. She was born in the Northwest Territories and moved to Edmonton, Alberta in the ‘80s.

Pauline was a strong, beautiful lady who had a laugh that was all her own. She had a smile that could light up a room. If she was smiling and you saw her you could not help but smile back. She loved to play bingo, binge movie watch and spend time with friends, family and friends who had become family. 

She is predeceased by her husband Raymond Michael Belmore (May 2019).

Her grandchildren - Shammy, Mercedes and Jaeda - miss their Gramma dearly. She leaves behind her three sisters, Milly, Victoria and Delores, as well as brothers Allen and Albert.

Her life meant the world to those her smile touched. She always had a hug for anyone. She didn't have much but would do anything she could if you needed a helping hand. She forgave and always saw the best in everyone. We look forward to celebrating and remembering Pauline in the months to follow...Wife, Best Friend, Mother "Mama", Gramma, Sister.

“Until we see you again, God has a wonderful Angel. You can now soar high.”

Please let us know if you want to join us in celebrating Pauline. 

Due to COVID, we'll gather at a later time.

 

  1. Hooooowwwdddy! Missing you so much already. Gone far too soon. But you go now and be with Dad. He has been waiting for you I am sure. Love you lots miss you daily.
    Ruth and Jaeda

  2. I am saddened that I have to say good bye to my second mom…Even though I didn’t get to spend a lot of time with her, I am forever greatfull that she came into my life…i will forever cherish the memories i have. A big hug to my sisters and brothers, love you lots.

    • We love you too. I remember when you would sleep over at our house. I slept in and you were downstairs eating cereal talking to mom while she was having coffee. She loved your family and really enjoyed her trip out there with Dad and the boys when they went. She liked all the fruits from your back yard. She loved fruits and to be able to pick her own from your backyard was the highlight of her trip. Love you Sis

  3. I went to residential school with Pauline and I can’t remember her being angry. She was always so cheerful and on the upbeat.
    Rest in peace my friend. I’m so happy I got to hang out with you on your last visit to Yellowknife.
    Keep that stump waiting around that forever campfire for when we see each other again. Love always my Breynat Hall Sister.

  4. Not a day goes by, Mama, that I don’t think about you. Sometimes I even think you are there touching my hand. I wish I gave you the love and attention you deserved. Your legacy is the gift of forgiveness – you always forgave wholeheartedly. You deserved peace and kindness always – I am glad you finally have that. I knew in my heart the last time I saw you would be the last… glad we got to hug and laugh one last time. I cannot wait until I see you again. Love always.

  5. You were supposed to come over the weekend after Mother’s Day last year. We were gonna watch an old school movie. We all knew there was a chance you wouldn’t make it. You smiled until the end….said you were tough and gonna make it. I believed you. I asked you for a gift…and you said yes. You were going to come over and tell me about your life…because we knew nothing. Except for the few things you would share in a state of lovely intoxication when we were growing up. You were never mean. Never raised your voice to us. I wish I could see you. One last time. I am forgetting how your last hug felt last Mother’s Day. Until we see each other again. I love you Mama.

  6. My only memory is your one phone call to me way back when I was around 7 years old, I had never seen my mom with such childlike excitement until that very moment. Your voice was warm and gentle and you told me that you were my grandmother, I think I got about 3 words out before my mom grabbed back the phone so she could talk to you more, Your words meant everything to her. Thank you for your letters and your love, I’m so grateful to you and wish I had the chance to meet you, it is an honour to be your granddaughter.

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