Jennifer (Jenny) Deborah Didur

13/11/1951 - 20/05/2022


Obituary For Jennifer (Jenny) Deborah Didur

November 13, 1951 – May 20, 2022

Jenny was born on November 13, 1951, in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She passed away peacefully at the Beaverlodge Municipal Hospital on Friday, May 20, 2022.

After High School, Jenny made her way to Edmonton. She lived there for several years before making her way to the Peace Country. Jenny worked for Scotiabank and was transferred to Chetwynd, BC. She spent several years there before she made her way to Grande Prairie, that she fondly considered home. She worked primarily in the hospitality industry, starting at The Trumpeter and then worked at the Super 8 Motel, The Best Western, and then transferred to Whitecourt. She made her way back to Edmonton where she worked for the Greater Edmonton Foundation as the events coordinator with the Seniors. She loved the job, her colleagues and the Seniors. Jenny had a stroke and sadly had to leave the job she so enjoyed. She made her way back to Grande Prairie and became a resident of the Hythe Pioneer Lodge for over 6 years. She enjoyed Hythe, the community of the Lodge, and the wonderful staff.

Jenny’s passion in life was helping in the communities that she lived in, and was always willing to step in and help in anyway needed. She was a volunteer with the Canadian Red Cross, a charity near and dear to her heart. Jenny also loved to travel, her favorite place to visit was Costa Rica.

Jenny is survived by her twin brother, Jerry of Regina, SK., her friend Kelly of Grande Prairie, AB., as well as the many friends that she made in Grande Prairie and Edmonton.

Jenny was predeceased by her Mom, Helen Didur, on December 1, 2020, and her Dad, Mike and brother Dennis Didur in 1991.

At Jenny’s request, there will be no service held. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the Canadian Red Cross or an animal shelter in your area.

Care entrusted to Bear Creek Funeral Home 780 830 7742

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  • 05/31/2022

    Jenny was always game for anything, even camping (which she despised). You will always be loved. Will miss you

  • 05/31/2022

    I am saddened to hear about Jenny. I spent many many hours with her chatting on the phone and had many laughs. I missed loosing touch with her the past few years. Jenny was a friend that you could talk to about anything and be totally yourself. That is rare and special! I'll always remember her hardy laugh and good times in my backyard around the bonfire in Grande Prairie. RIP Jenny.

  • 05/30/2022

    I will always love you Jenny.

  • 05/30/2022

    Jenny was a great friend of mine. We lost touch but I'd call her just to say hi and make sure she was ok. She was my boss at Penningtons, and we became good friends. She cooked many a fine meal, and I have nothing but great memories of her. She will be missed.

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