Brenda Lorraine Lacey
14/01/1955 - 02/08/2021
Obituary For Brenda Lorraine Lacey
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the sudden passing of Brenda Lorraine Lacey (Lucas) on August 2nd 2021 at the Wildrose Manor in Grande Prairie.
Brenda was born in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan and she was always on the move, from Calgary to Grande Prairie in Northern Alberta, to White Horse in the Yukon, and to Duncan on Vancouver Island in BC. She loved to be a snowbird and would fly to Mexico every winter in her golden years.
Brenda was always the life of the party, her friends and family were her priority. Football was a big part of her life, she was a ride or die fan of the Roughriders and would never skip their games.
She will be remembered by her children Dillon (Kerri), Ryan (Lucie), Ames (Kazuyo); grandchildren Vance, Rayne, Shanon and great grandchildren Harper and Weston. Also lovingly remembered by her siblings David (Christel), Donna, Leonne (Chuck); her nephews and nieces Marlann, Trevor (Hollie), Curtis (Ashley) and Trina and her great nephews and nieces Carver, Nathan, Bailey, Jack, Ava, Abigail and Navanna. Brenda will also be remembered by her numerous and dear friends.
She was predeceased by her ex-husband Bruce, her parents Rose and Benjamin, as well as her brothers Terry and Lloyd.
A celebration of life will be held on Sunday, August 8th at 2pm at Bear Creek Funeral Home (11802 99 Avenue, Grande Prairie).
Care entrusted to Bear Creek Funeral Home and Cremation Sanctuary 780-830-7742 www.bearcreekfuneral.com
My heartfelt sympathy to Dillon Ryan and Ames and families for your loss . My prayers are with you sending love. God Bless you all. Darlene Urness
Will always remember her with great memories only, she will never be replaced and never forgotten.
I am so deeply saddened to loose you my dear sister, I will always remember our last conversation we had. I will miss you so very much . I know you and Terry and Lloyd are together in heaven taking care of each other. Leone Adams
Brenda was a caring, generous, and full of life lady. She was always up for an adventure and crazy shenanigans. I am thankful for the time I spent with her.♥️
We are very sorry to hear this sad news, and still cannot believe that you are no longer with us. Thank you for coming to Japan and sharing time together as a family. We hope that you are resting peacefully now. In Japan, we have Obon Season every summer. Here, all ancestors return to home to to come together with their families. So please don't be too sad, we will see you again every summer.
Our deepest condolences to your sons, Brenda, you were the Fifth daughter as one of the Debolt girls! You spent your grade 12 year as "Slims girl"! We all had so much fun that year! Thank you for being a part of our life. You will now be a beautiful Angel watching over all of us. Rest In Peace my beautiful fifth sister. ✨✨
I am deeply saddened to loose my sister who was kind and caring by nature, I will miss her dearly, your brother David
Brenda, I loved you. you were one of my favorite cousins. We did not see each other very often, but you were always fun and very special. Truly the last time I saw you in person was when your Dad died. Email with you was great but never the same. Say hello to Ben and Grandma Lucas. Have a cut of tea with them and tell them I will be along to see them also. LOVE YOU DEAR. Fay Fadden
You will be dearly missed my wonderful friend. I am so glad we got to spend some precious time together over the last few years and had some good laughs.. You always had a big heart and raised 3 beautiful boys.. Our sincere condolences to the family . Our prayers are with you. Suzanne & Ron Filyk.
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