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Susan Arlene Bearchell
October 27, 1956 ~ August 5, 2020

Susan Arlene Bearchell was born on October 27, 1956 in Edmonton, Alberta to Madeline Julia Bearchell “Julie” and Walter Benjamin Bearchell “Bennie”. Susan was the middle child of 5, Christine, David, Ruth, and Mathew.

Susan was a strong, fierce and God fearing woman, who always kept family at the forefront of her life. Mature at a young age, Susan had taken on the duties of helping out at home, taking care of her younger siblings, and even, later on, taking care of her own mom, during the course of a 14 year battle with cancer. A struggle they were able to overcome together.

Though she eventually lost her own mother, she went on to be a beautiful single mother herself, raising an incredible daughter, Nola Bearchell, and her 3 young grandchildren, twins, Chloie and Jessie Bearchell, and their younger sister, Vanessa Bearchell. She also helped in the upbringing of her 5 other grandchildren.

Through the many trials, tribulations, and hardships, life threw their way, Susan always made their house a home for her family, and for others. She was an open, loving, kind, and thoughtful woman, who always put others before herself. She was giving of all that she had-- whether it be money, food, her home, her time, or her heart. Susan shaped her life around her loyalty to Christ and dedication to following in Jesus' footsteps. In addition to being a mother and grandmother, she'd also become an at home minister, who pastored and befriended the struggling, the addicted, the poor and the hurting. She found a way to bring light, love and guidance to many, through her passion for God, and her love and kindness for others.

Always a visionary, she spent her time teaching, writing, drawing and painting; making music and art, and designing in some form or another. She filled her home with an abundance of love, worship, laughter, and fun.

Susan Bearchell had big dreams and an even bigger heart. She inspired many, loved deeply, and was loved wholeheartedly. She will be missed dearly.

She is survived by her daughter, Nola Bearchell; her 8 grandchildren, Chloie, Jessie, Vanessa, Justin, Melody, Adam, Sasha, and Cloud; her sister, Ruth Dato; her brother, David Bearchell; her nephews, Neil, Gary and Mathew; nieces, Sara, and Christine; as well as numerous extended family and friends.







Levi Cory Collingridge
November 5, 1996 – May 13, 2020

We are heartbroken to announce that Levi passed away suddenly on May 13, 2020 in Stony Plain, Alberta at the age of 23 years.

Levi was a kind-hearted, loving young man who was always interested in others. He touched the lives of so many and will be greatly missed by his family and everyone who knew him.

Levi will lovingly be remembered by his parents, Cory and Anna; sister, Sara; brother, Jessen (Aleisha); grandparents, Ernie and Marilyn Collingridge and Frank and Mary Wazny; as well as uncles, aunts, cousins, and countless friends.

We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to those who have supported us, even our friends around the world, for the love and generosity shown during this difficult time.

A funeral will be held on Saturday, May 30, 2020 via the Zoom Conferencing Application.



Stefan Lebelt
July 14, 1950 – February 24, 2020

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved father, Stefan Lebelt after a long and courageous battle with cancer on Monday, February 24, 2020 at the age of 69 years. He passed away peacefully in his sleep at his home in Edmonton, Alberta. Stefan is lovingly remembered by his son, Peter (Holly); daughter, Beata (Dariusz); former spouse, Barbara; grandchildren, Victoria (Morgan), Matthew, Keely, Kenzie, Sebastian, and Jakub; great grandchildren, Milo and Sophie; mother, Stanislawa; brother, Andrzej (Agnieszka); multiple cousins, nieces, nephews, as well as numerous extended family and friends from all over the globe.

He was predeceased by his father, Kazimierz; brother, Jozef; and sister, Wanda.

A golden heart stopped beating
hard working hands at rest
it broke our hearts to see you go
God only takes the best”

Celebration of Life
Saturday, March 7, 2020
at 2:00 pm
Polish Hall
10960 – 104 Street
Edmonton, Alberta

Aurelie Marie Cecile Balanchuk (nee Paulhus)
November 16, 1939 – February 12, 2020

Mrs. Aurelie Balanchuk (nee Paulhus) age 80, of Edmonton died in Edmonton on Wednesday, February 12, 2020. She is survived by her daughter, Erlene (Grant) Monteith; her son, Paul Balanchuk; her 2 grandsons, Clarke and Bryce Monteith; her sister, Edwidge (Jacques) Gouin all of Edmonton; her sister-in-law, Florence Paulhus of Prince Albert; and her brother, Henri (Jean McBeth) Paulhus of Kelowna; also numerous nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Aurelie was born in Batoche November 16, 1939, and moved with her family to Prince Albert in 1947 where she attended St. Paul’s School, then took a business course. In 1955 she ventured to Edmonton and secured a life-long career with CMHC, a career she loved and to which she was loyal through to her retirement. Aurelie was devoted and faithful to her Church and lengthy daily prayers included praise and thanksgiving to her God, the needs of all in her family and everyone in her life and included watching daily Mass on television and recitation of the Rosary. Aurelie and Peter were married in 1963 and he predeceased her in 2009. She was also predeceased by her parents Ferdinand and Alice (nee Boyer) Paulhus, Peter’s parents Jacob and Helen Balanchuk, 8 brothers: Clement (Alvina), Andre, Julien, Raphael “Ralph” (Lucille), Fernand, Marcien (Marvel), Eli, and Philippe, one sister Elmina (Henry) St. Amand also 3 nephews and one niece. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Aurelie’s niece Rebecca Glasscock.

Funeral services

Rev. Fr. Jim Holland officiating on
Monday, February 24, 2020
at 11:30 am
Fountain Gardens Funeral Chapel
10969 – 101 Street
Edmonton, Alberta



Following service interment will take place at
St. Michael's Cemetery
13819 – 82 Street
Edmonton, Alberta


Memorial Donations
In lieu of flowers please consider a donation in memory of Aurelie to 
Hope Mission, Edmonton Food Bank or a charity of your choice.



William Vivian Teasdale
February 5, 1925 – January 29, 2020

William Vivian was born on February 5, 1925 at Chester-le-Street , County Durham in northeast England. He died January 27, 2020 at the age of 94 years after a short stay in hospital. William left Hexham with his brothers Ronald and Sydney to fight in WW2, where he served in Burma and India. He married Joan Kent in 1950 and brought his family to Edmonton, Alberta, Canada in 1957. He was an electrician by trade and had a long career with Canadian National Railway maintaining diesel locomotives. They established a large social circle in Edmonton with whom they enjoyed competitive ball room dancing ,bowling and house parties. He loved to take family road trips through the mountains to the West Coast, tenting along the way. They also enjoyed escaping winter in the warmer climates of Hawaii, Spain and Australia. He was the primary meal preparer in the family and sang and whistled as he worked in the kitchen. He was predeceased by his parents James and Ethel and his brothers Ronald and Sydney. William will be lovingly remembered by his wife, Joan; his son, Peter and his wife, Shelley; his grandson, Matthew and his wife, Rachel; and nieces, Maureen and Lorna.



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