WALDNER, Marian Louella (Bredeson): July 18, 1933 – September 7, 2015
In the early morning of Monday September 7, 2015, our precious and adored mother, Marian passed away at the QEII Hospital to be reunited with her beloved husband Andy, her oldest son Wayne Waldner and her parents Ed and Mabel Bredeson. Our Mother’s life was her Children, her musical friends and the man who made her complete; Andy. She cherished her 11 Grandchildren and her 20 Great Grandchildren. Marian leaves behind a legacy of love, forever cherished in our hearts and thoughts. Mom will be remembered by her musical talents that she shared with her Husband; Country Sound and the people who danced to her music. Marian will be lovingly remembered by her children Joanne (Norm) Ingalls, Allan (Carrie) Waldner, Lori (Terry) Cameron, Elaine (Dale) Reid, her grandchildren Shaney Clough, Jodey Ingalls, Laine Ingalls, Jamie Waldner, Paul Waldner, Ian Waldner, Cole Cameron, Mitchell Cameron, Cody Cameron, Rylon Reid, Kirsten Reid, her sister Evelyn (Bruce) Rycroft and Ernie (Ellen-deceased) Bredeson . Funeral services for Marian Waldner will be held at the Church of Christ Highland Park (9602 92 Avenue, Grande Prairie, AB) on Friday September 11, 2015 at 1PM with Pastor Allan Jones officiating. There will be a luncheon following the service with the interment to follow for all family and friends at Glen Leslie Cemetery. There will be no visitation as requested by the family. A kind gift in Marian’s memory to the QEII Foundation (10409 98 Street Grande Prairie, Alberta T8V 2E8, please specify Palliative Care in memo line of cheque) or the Canadian Liver Foundation (Suite 801, 3100 Steels Avenue East, Markham, Ontario L3R 8T3) are welcome.

Andrew Waldner married Marion Bredeson 

Block 75, Lot 6



Funeral Service:


OUT OF THIS LIFE
Out of this life I'm unable to take
All of the many things 1 make
All that 1 cherish and hoard away
After I leave, on earth must stay
All that 1 gather, and all that 1 keep
1 must leave behind when 1 fall asleep

And 1 wonder often what 1 shall own
In that other life, when I pass alone
What shall they find and what shall they see
In the soul that answers the call of me?
Shall the great Judge learn, when my task is through
That my spirit has gathered some riches, too?
Or shall at the last it be mine to find
That all that I'd worked for I'd left behind.

IN LOVING MEMORY OF

EDWIN BREDESON

Born June 16, 1903 at Goodrich, North Dakota, USA.
Passed away December 27, 1994 in Grande Prairie, Alberta, at the age of 91 years.

Funeral Service
Oliver Funeral Chapel, Grande Prairie, Alberta
Friday, December 30, 1994 at 11:00 a.m.
Lt. Dave Grice Officiating

Organist: Mel Ebelshauser
Soloist: Wendy Bredeson
accompanied by Fay & Robert Bredeson
- "I Give You Music"

Hymn Selections:
"Amazing Grace"
"Just A Closer Walk With Thee"

Pallbearers (Grandsons)
Dave Rycroft Ed Rycroft Allen Waldner
Wayne Waldner Leslie Bredeson Robert Bredeson

Honorary Pallbearers
Charlie Wales Alfred Wales Allen Peterson
Ted Brown Peter McPhee Terry McPhee

Interment
Glen Leslie Cemetery

Following the Interment Service, Friends are invited
to join the family at the Bezanson Senior Centre,
for a time of fellowship.








Inga Bredeson married Alfred Olson (7 October 1916)

Inga Matilda Olson, 91, of Grande Prairie
Inga Matilda Olson, a long time resident of Grande Prairie, Alberta, passed away at Mackenzie Place, Grande Prairie, on Saturday, September 8, 1990, at the age of 9l.
She was born at Lake Park, Minnesota, U.S.A. on July 9, 1899, and came over the Edson Trail to the South Peace area with her parents, settling in the Sexsmith area. Inga was an accomplished seamstress, and talented musician, playing the violin, guitar, and piano. In later years, Inga loved to play bingo, and made many good friends.
She is survived by her 7 loving children: Edna Flohr of Grande Prairie, Elsie (Bob) Ray of Beaverlodge, Violet (Bill) Griffiths of Salmon Arm, B.C., Angle (Walter) Waldner of Bezanson, Allie (Tyke) Ames of Bezanson, Don (Maxine) of Grande Prairie, and Gordon (Glenda) of Grande Prairie: 27 grandchildren; 32 great-grandchildren; and 8 great-great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband Alfred in 1966, and by an infant son.
Funeral service for the late Inga Matilda Olson will be held on Tuesday, September 11, 1990, at 2 p. in., at the Oliver Funeral Chapel, Grande Prairie, Alberta, with Rev. Dennis Aicken officiating. Interment to follow in the Glen Leslie Cemetery.
Memorial tributes to the charity of one's choice would be appreciated by the family.
Funeral arrangements are entrusted to Oliver Funeral Chapel, Funeral Directors‚ and Licensed Crematorium, Grande Prairie. Telephone 532-2929.



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