May 13, 1964 ~ June 17, 2021
It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of our beloved wife and mother.
She will be dearly missed by her husband of 18 years, Allen, sons Murray, Aaron and Nicholas, brother Raymond and sister Maryann (Paul) and many nieces and nephews.
Nona was predeceased by her parents, John and Hildagarda Karl.
Nona was born in Whitemouth and raised in Seven Sisters. She married Allen August 24th, 2002. Her boys meant the world to her and she enjoyed having Aaron living close by and although her other sons were further away, she enjoyed any time they were able to visit. She loved working with children and touched many lives through working at daycare centres and working as an educational assistant at Whitemouth and Beausejour Schools. Her passion was planting and caring for her flowers and flowerbeds. She loved animals, having many cats and dogs around her all her life. Everyone enjoyed her homemade meals and baking. She always put her family first providing comfort and support to them regardless of how she was feeling.
As per Nona’s wishes, cremation has taken place and a private family internment will take place at a later date.
Donations may be made in Nona’s memory to the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
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My condolences to Nona’s family. I am truly saddened by her sudden passing. She was such a beautiful person, we often talked about our cats. Thinking of you all.
Our sympathy is extended to Arron and the family upon the passing of your mom. We pray that wonderful memories will sustain you in this very difficult time for your family. Our condolences also to Allan on the loss of your wife. May God keep you in his arms and shelter you in this difficult time
Our deepest condolences to Nonas family, to Maryann and family my heart breaks for you, Nona was taken way to soon.
John and Gail/Beausejour Music
We were so sorry to hear of the sudden passing of your Mom Aaron. This will be a very difficult time and
part of your life as I know she was also your best friend . We also
send our condolences to the rest of Nona’s family and hope you find some comfort and peace as time
So sorry to hear of Nona’s passing. I have known her most of my life. We were friends back in Seven Sisters and road the bus together. Cherish your memories as they last a lifetime.
Susan Hepburn (Thomson)
I’m so sorry for your terrible loss. My heart breaks for the family. Nona was like a second mom to me, and I have so many fond memories. Sending you all lots of virtual hugs.
Dennis & Rosalie Lofstrom
Our Deepest Sympathy to the family, our thoughts and prayers are with you all…. She was always so very friendly when we ran into her, and always remembered that I thought her in Sunday School … Treasure your memories of her, and hold them in your hearts… Dennis & Rosalie
Gisele and Steve Evecsyn
I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. Your mom/wife was a very kind loving person who was always willing to help out. Our thoughts and prayers are with you as you go through this terrible time. I know she cherished her boys and loved to talk about your successes. Aaron I know this will be difficult but I also know you can handle it for your mom. Take care
So very sorry for your loss. Nona was an amazing person – always enjoyed her visits to the store. We always found so much to talk and laugh about. She will be truly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
To all the family of Nona, I am extending my sincere sympathies. I didn’t know Nona as I did Maryann, but remember her being a sweet girl. It’s good to read about her and the wonderful person that she was. I’m sure she left many memories to cherish!
Brenda Klymchuk (Klepatz)
To Nona’s family:
I am so very saddened by the loss of such an amazing, beautiful and loving lady! My deepest sympathies and condolences to all of you!
I had the pleasure of working with Nona at Beausejour Elementary School. She was always eager to help in any way she could and was absolutely wonderful with the students that she worked with. Her genuine love for children was evident in everything she did. She has touched the minds and hearts of so many.
You all will be in my thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time. Take care and know that God needed another beautiful, loving angel, so he called Nona home to heaven.
Shannon Bilodeau & Donald Knopf(cousins )
Sending our condolences to the Family. We recall Nona’s smile and her witty jokes at family gatherings. We saw each other more (cousins) at Granny and Grandpa Knopf’s in Seven Sisters.
Rest in Peace Nona.