Louise Alberta

Obituary of Louise Alberta

It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Louise at Extendicare nursing home in Kirkland Lake. On the evening of July 1st she quietly slipped away after being hospitalized since Nov 2019 with a complete left side stroke. She loved moose hunting and partridge hunting and done so till her early 80's when her eyesight began failing. She also loved camping, her flower gardens, watching different birds at her feeders and having family visit her. Loved her trip to Alberta to visit her sons Leon and Jerry and families also her grandson George and his wife Candy. She enjoyed the camping, 4 wheeling and hunting trip that all of us took her on there. She had planned on “going out once more”. She use to help her late husband Victor Alberta with trapping and guiding for many years. She continued to guide even after she lost her husband till her mid 70's. Their American friends continued to visit her every fall. She done flagging jobs and then drove school bus for several years. Louise will be forever cherished and remembered by her children; Judy (John) Payne, Jerry (Delores) Alberta, Leon (Loretta) Alberta, Peggy (Blair) Hillman, and Tammy (Ralph) Robertson; 15 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren and 4 great-great-grandchildren. Her brother Robert (Maude)Faulkner and her sister-in-law Shirley Faulkner and numerous nieces and nephews. She is predeceased by her husband Victor Alberta, her parents Andy and Bertha (Dell) Faulkner 2 brothers William and Charles Faulkner, her sisters Hazel Sparks, Sadie Faulkner and Patricia Faulkner and her granddaughter Lori Skinner. We would like to thank Dr.Corneil, PSW'S, Nursing staff of the Temiskaming Hospital for the excellent care you provide our Mom with. Also want to thank all the staff on level 200 of Kirkland Lake Extendicare for the compassion and care you gave our Mom in the short time she was there. Donations in memory of Louise may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or charity of your choice. Cremation has taken place and a Celebration of Life will take place in the near future. Date, time, and place will be determined by family
A Memorial Tree was planted for Louise
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Perrin Funeral Chapel
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