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Susie Wipf, known to many as Grandma Susie passed away peacefully at the age of 81, with her family around her bedside at Louise Jensen Care Centre in Camrose, on the evening of January 15, 2024.
Susie was born in Stahlville, Alberta, to her parents Elizabeth and Joshua Stahl. Susie was the second oldest out of 13 children. Susie married David Wipf in 1966, at the Ferry Bank Colony and started a family of their own. Later in 1984, David and Susie with their four children moved to Prairie View Colony.
In 2004, David and Susie moved to Ryley, Alberta and it was through friends that they had the opportunity to hear the Gospel Story. The steps Susie made in accepting and choosing God with her whole heart after coming to fellowship and gospel meetings brought her joy, peace, guidance, and comfort in all her days.
Susie Wipf leaves behind her beloved husband David; her three children Rosa (Mike), George (Rosa), Josh (Matilda); grandchildren, great-grandchildren, her siblings John (Sarah), Andy (Esther), Kurt (Lillian), Barbara (Joshua), Rachel (Don) and Jessie (Jake); nieces, nephews, and many friends that Susie loved and deeply cared for.
Susie was predeceased by her daughter Susan (Toby) and great-granddaughter Reagan; her brothers Josh, Mike (Susie), Paul, Joseph and two sisters, Mary (Paul) and Katie (Andrew).
Although Susie leaves behind so many family and friends whose souls she did love, it is reassuring to know she lived a life that showed her love, faith and trust was always greater in God. Susie believed in the power of prayer, patience, and knew this world was not her home forever. She will be missed by so many whose heart she touched on her journey of life.
A funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m., Friday, January 19, 2024 at the Good News Church in Ryley, Alberta. Interment will follow at the Ryley Cemetery.
Memorial donations may be made to the Stollery Children's Hospital.