Easy going personality, huge heart and great sense of humour
Cheryn Ann Chambers passed away on Sept. 8, 2016, at the age of 68 years.
Cheryn is survived by her daughter, Maureen McNabb and Maureen’s children Emma, Chloe and Jacob; stepdaughter, Debi Chambers; stepsons, Tim Chambers (Jo) and their sons, Jonathon and Ryan; Pat Chambers (Karla) and his children, Vanessa, Emily, Lucas and Brennan; sisters, Susie Bunting (Walter) and their children, Charlie and Nadia; Peggy Brodie and her son, Loren and Janet Kambylafkas (Nick) and their daughter, Elizabeth.
She was predeceased by her parents, Bob and Bert Brodie; husband, Keith Chambers; brother, Terry Brodie and nephew, Alexander Kambylafkas.
Cheryn grew up in the Pine Lake area attending school in Delburne. She later went into nursing training and spent many years working at the Royal Alex Hospital in Edmonton.
With an easy going personality, a huge heart and a great sense of humour, she chose her profession well. She could make anyone feel comfortable and laugh.
Cheryn loved people and had many good friends from all over the province. She maintained and nurtured friendships from early childhood, from her training and work, as well as the many newly acquired friends she met along the way.
Cheryn was a high energy person with numerous interests. Sometimes it tired her family out just listening to all the things she had accomplished after she started the conversation with “Oh, I had some what a lazy day”.
Cheryn moved to Killam, Ab. in 2006 and stayed there until her passing.
She was loved dearly and will be missed by many.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m., Sat., Sept. 17 at the Killam Baptist Church in Killam, Ab.