Jessie Margaret (White) Delaney went to be with her Lord and Savior on April 23, 2007 from the Red Deer Regional Hospital in Red Deer, Alta. at the age of 87 years. Jessie, the daughter of George C. and Lola E. (Munden) White was raised and attended all her schooling in Clairmont, Alta., having been born in her parents' home there in 1919. She was the youngest of seven children and the only one born in Canada after her family emigrated from Washington State in 1917. Jessie was active in sports as a young woman and played centre on the often-winning Clairmont women's basketball team. She also sang in various church and community choirs. In her later years, she became very interested in crafts and after being well taught by her daughter-in-law, Carol, established herself as the "butterfly lady" at the lodge in Red Deer, selling many dozens of the sun catchers to help raise funds for projects at the lodge. She was involved in many community ventures wherever she lived and served for many years as President of the Home & School Association in Clairmont when her children were growing up. She was an avid reader right up to the recent Easter Sunday when she entered the hospital.Following her marriage to Wm. Alvin Delaney of East Kleskun, they lived for part of each year on the small farm at Kleskun or in Clairmont at the White residence until 1948. Later homes were in Abbotsford, BC; Clairmont; Tupper, B.C.; Louis Creek, B.C. and finally at the Piper Creek Lodge in Red Deer Alberta for her final five years. Jessie and Alvin celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in 1999 in Barriere, B.C.Jessie was predeceased by her husband in 2002 and her brothers: Marion A. (Grace) White; Everett C. White; Daniel J. (Ila) White; sisters: Cleora E. (Hilliard) Jory; Maida J. (Lloyd) Sauder; Evelyn C. (Howard) Anderson. Her only surviving brothers- and sisters-in-law: Raymond I. (Rita) Boyer; Harry E. (Jean) Boyer; Ruby Boyer. She was predeceased by one infant child, James Alvin Delaney, in 1940. Surviving children: Melvin R. (Gail) Delaney of Red Deer, Alta.; Garry P. (Carol) Delaney of Blind Bay, B.C.; Ruth M. (Alvin) Breitkreutz of Grande Prairie, Alta.; Cleora E. (Larry) Stokes of Calgary, Alta.; and Daniel W. Delaney of Barriere, B.C. Jessie also leaves behind eight-grandchildren, six great- grandchildren, and numerous nephews and nieces and their families.A short graveside service will be held at Glen Leslie Cemetery east of Grande Prairie (Highway 670) at 1:30 p.m, Saturday, May 5, 2007. Following this will be an informal luncheon reception at the Bezanson Seniors' Centre from 2 to 4 p.m. to offer opportunities to gather and reminisce on Jessie's life. Family and friends are most welcome at either or both. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Kleskun Hill Museum Society, Box 341, Bezanson, Alta., T0H 0G0 or a charity of one's choice. Supporting services: Personal Alternative Funeral Services of Red Deer and Oliver's Funeral Chapel of Grande Prairie.11167447

Block 47, Lot 8

Block 44, Lot 8 & Block 44, Lot 7

Block 79, Lot 6

Block 47, Lot 7

June Alice Delaney
DELANEY, June Alice - May 19, 1946 - June 6, 2011. June passed away peacefully to our Heavenly Father after a long battle with cancer. She passed away at home in Rosedale, AB. with her sister Eveline and brother-in-law Mark Adams at her side. June was born in the Netherlands and raised in Grande Prairie. She was predeceased by her parents Archie and Alice Delaney. June is survived by her 2 children Laurie (Dick) Van Gennie, Larry (Anna) Harding and 3 grandchildren. She will also be sadly missed by her sisters Eveline (Mark) Adams and Irene (Joe) Riou and her brother Ray Delaney as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews, nieces and friends. A memorial service will be held at the Glen Leslie Cemetery August 26, 2011 at 2pm. Memorial Donations in honor of June's mother Alice Delaney: The Kidney Foundation, 14121 128 A Ave., Edmonton, AB T5L 4P5

Block 44, Lot 8 & Block 44, Lot 7

Edna Delaney married Fred Ames

Block 47, Lot 1 & Block 47, Lot 2

Arthur Thomas Bryenton married Ada Violet Delaney

Block 13, Lot 1

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