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Rev. Father Walter passes
Posted by: Fernand Bilodeau (ID *****6173) Date: August 23, 2002 at 12:08:09
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Obituaries (08/23/02)
LALIBERTY, Reverend Walter Alfred I rejoin those who loved me, and
I await those whom I love. In February of 2001, Reverend Walter
Alfred Laliberty was diagnosed with extensive cancer. He continued to
laugh, love, and minister until the hour of his death on August 22,
2002 at age 55. He is survived by his mother, Viola Laliberty of Troy,
Vermont; one sister, Marie (Thomas) Jackson of Castleton, Vermont;
one brother, Roland (Shannon) Laliberty of Troy, Vermont; two nieces
and two nephews. Funeral arrangements will be announced at a later
date. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Walter may be made
directly to the Diocese of St. Paul, Vocations Fund, 4410 - 51 Avenue,
St. Paul, Alberta T0A 3A2 Canada. Cards for Walter's family members
should be mailed to Alberta Regional Tribunal, 8421 - 101 Avenue,
Edmonton, Alberta T6A 0L1 Canada, and those cards will be forwarded
in September. Foster & McGarvey Limited, Funeral Directors and
Licensed Crematorium, (780) 428-6666. Canadian Independent.


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