Leanne Ghoumari Obituary, Death – After such a valiant and protracted battle, Leanne passed away, and while it hurts our hearts beyond repair to tell you this, we take some solace in the fact that she can finally find peace. Leanne was able to accomplish a number of key goals over the short span of her life, such as receiving her Combine Insurance License and graduating from her Nurse’s Aide training program. Sadly, Leanne passed away at an early age. However, the thing that she was most pleased with was the fact that she had been able to build a wonderful life for herself and her family. This included making a large number of wonderful friends and giving birth to two remarkable children with Doug. This was the accomplishment that she was most proud of.
Her husband, Doug; their children, Carter and Emma; her parents, Bill and Adeline McPhee; her sister, Jody McPhee; her in-laws, Tony and Iris Matsalla; her sisters-in-law, Mavis Lutz, April (Rick) Stadnek, Cheryl Matsalla, and Liz (Steve) Schmidt; and her aunts, Ruth McPhee, Gloria (Warren) Vau; will always remember Leanne Before Leanne was born, all of her relatives—her maternal grandparents, her paternal grandparents, her cousin Kristie, and her aunt Marjorie—had already left this world. Donations made in memory of Leanne can be made to either Sorrentino’s Compassion House by visiting the website www.compassionhouse.org/donate-now or to Shangri-La Lodge, which can be found at 5208 47 Avenue, Drayton Valley, Alberta T7A 1N7. Those individuals who have an interest in doing so are strongly urged to go ahead and do it.
We would like to take this opportunity to express our appreciation to Dr. Froud and the rest of the nursing staff for the excellent care that was provided to Leanne when she was a patient in the Acute and Palliative Care unit. We would also like to express our gratitude to the Palliative Nurse, Jocelyn Callihoo, and the rest of the Drayton Valley Home Care team for the extraordinary care and comfort that they provided to Leanne and her family throughout her illness. During this time, Jocelyn Callihoo served as Leanne’s palliative nurse, and she was a member of the Drayton Valley Home Care team. As soon as we are in a position to do so, we will organize a get-together to celebrate Leanne’s life and pay our respects to her passing.
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