Katherine Edna Dick

25/09/1952 - 05/01/2023


Obituary For Katherine Edna Dick

Katherine Edna Dick

Born in Fairview Alberta on September 25, 1952 - passed away on January 5, 2023, surrounded by her loving family at the Alberta University Hospital.

She survived by her husband Peter Allan Dick, sister Sharon Nicolaides and her brother Michael Crandall. Kathy was a loving wife and mother of Cheryl Pigeau (Ryan), Kevin Dick and Tracy Cholmondeley (Art). Also her two grandchildren Abigail Pigeau and Damian Cholmondeley.

Kathy was dedicated to her family and loved her grandchildren. She was an angel and also the solid rock of our family. She retired from her job as an Office Administrator that she loved for 23 years with the same Electrical Company. We all are going to miss her. Kathy was an avid Edmonton Oilers fan through and through. I bought her an Edmonton Oiler’s jersey #97 she never got to wear it. I put in the place that she sat for every game.

Your loving Family and husband Peter . 🙏
Rest In Peace
-the Dick family.

The family will announce the date and time of the Memorial service that will be held at a later date. The family would like to acknowledge the compassionate care the Alberta University Hospital gave us all.

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  • 02/28/2023

    RIP Kathy, so sorry to hear this sad news condolences Peter and family Don and Donna Duncan

  • 02/09/2023

    So very sorry for your loss Peter and family. Sincerely Larry and Donna Deschene

  • 02/05/2023

    RIP Catherine. I have many fond memories of you and your family Sincerely Janet Gummer (Doll)

  • 02/04/2023

    Condolences to the family. Kathy was a wonderful lady. Clint and Cynthia Oliver

  • 02/03/2023

    So sorry to hear this about Kathy. Have known her for many years.My sincere condolences to Peter and family. Kathy was a good soul..kindness and smiles..That is what I remember about her..Never changed..always the same .

  • 02/02/2023

    Ken and I send our love, Cheryl

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