Sylvia Joy Frank (nee Johnson)
Sylvia Joy Frank (nee Johnson) was welcomed into the kingdom of heaven on May 21, 2015 in Edmonton at the age of 75.
Sylvia was born to Esther and Benedict Johnson on June 26, 1939 in Grandy (Wynyard) Saskatchewan. She was the third of four sisters, Shirley Ann (Grant) Laxdal, Sheila Mae (Lauren) Carlson) and Edna Johnson. Sylvia married Clarence Frank on August 24, 1958 and they were blessed with two loving daughters Kim (Mike) McGill and Candace (Albert) Rivet. Sylvia took great joy in her two grandchildren Landice (Steve) and Brandon (Sierra) and she loved her great grandchildren Nashville, Decia and Bodhi.
Sylvia and Clarence traveled Canada for the first 6 years of their marriage having 17 different addresses from Salmon Arm, BC to Halifax, Nova Scotia. They moved to their farm in Waskatenau in 1976, with Pauline and Glen Hemminger where they lived for 35 years. Sylvia had many talents and enjoyed gardening and flowers. She was a fabulous cook, baker, and chocolate maker (well known for her Icelandic vinarterta and brown bread as well as heavenly tarts) and she won several prizes at the Waskatenau Fair for her culinary skills. She loved to sew and made beautiful clothing for her daughters and many, many square dance outfits for herself, Clarence and others.
Sylvia was always very involved and volunteered in her church, and her love for the Lord shone through her in many ways. She was a woman of great faith, a special wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt, niece, cousin and friend and her smile and laughter will be missed by all who loved her.
May 30, 2015 11:00 am
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
4638 117 Ave. Edmonton, AB
Alzheimer Society of Alberta & Northwest Territories
or a charity of your one's choice
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Sorry, I will not be available to attend Sylvia’s funeral.
My deepest sympathy to you and your family.
St. Peter’s 2×4’s
Clarence and family we are so sorry for the loss of Sylvia [darling] we know she is in a better place now and we have wonderful memories from the store days.God bless you and your family.We will not be attending the funeral for we are working.
Dear Clarence, You and your family come to my mind often. I pray that God would hold you close to His heart and give you His comfort and peace during this time of sadness. Margy