Vanessa Kaduk

July 12, 2019 7 Condolences Print Obituary Send Flowers

It is with great sadness and shock that the family announces the sudden passing of Vanessa Kaduk peacefully in her home in Edmonton, Alberta on July 8, 2019 at the age of 47 years.

Born in Edmonton, Alberta on July 30, 1971, she was the daughter of Leo and Marguerite Kaduk.

She will always be remembered and so loved by her children Brandon, Austin, Madison, and Victoria; the children’s fathers Norman Butz, and Brad French; her two brothers Richard and Robert, and her one sister Delores; Cassius and Jessica; as well as so many friends and extended family that Vanessa’s life touched and enriched. Vanessa was predeceased by her mother and father.

A celebration of life will be held at Richfield Christian Fellowship Church, located at 3715-85 Street at 2:00pm on Friday, July 12, 2019.

In lieu of flowers, you are welcome to donate to Vanessa’s children through her family members.

  1. As a former co-worker, I was entertained by the stories she’d bring to work about the children. I always remembered their names, as she told me each one had a name that was shared with a city…Brandon, Austin, Madison and little Victoria. She truly lived for her kids, and loved her brother so very much as well. She made us laugh at work, with her sometimes flighty personality and laugh. The time we heard soft snoring, only to peek over the cubicle, to see Vanessa, sprawled our in her office chair, head back, having a snooze. She worried constantly about her children, wanting them to follow the right paths. She worked for her kids, and loved each one of them so very much. Too young to be taken away, so very sorry. Thoughts are with you all.
    Jeannine Moreau Gouveia

  2. My deepest sympathies to the family of Vanessa. May she rest in peace. A wonderful lady who loved family and friends whole heartedly was taken from her children way to soon. You will be missed by many everyday. I will remember your smile and friendly demeanor.

  3. Rob;
    So sorry to hear about your sister Vanessa’s passing. I fondly remember her smiles and giggles. Big hugs to you and her children. Love Val Shaver (nee Liptak)

  4. THIS beautiful and gentle soul left behind her children, her brothers, and a host of many who loved her and whom she loved. I only hope she knew how much she was loved. Good bye young lady! Now you can visit with your ancestors and mine. Your gentle and generous spirit will be missed. … Hiy! Hiy!

  5. Just heard about Vanessa’s passing. My sincere condolences to you Robert, and the rest of her family. I’ve known Vanessa since she was little and she always had a amazing smile.

  6. Oh No Not Fair Such a deep kind heart shouldnt be gone.

  7. Years later, I still think of all the times you have been a motherly figure to me and have always been uplifting when I needed to hear positive things. You were always rooting for your beautiful children to succeed and have always been a beautiful light to everyone around you.
    I miss you dearly Vanessa, you may be gone but you are not forgotten.
    My sincerest condolences to her family.

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