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OBIT - BERNDT, Doris Elizabeth Sheelagh (CAMERON) - December 4, 2001 - Parkland

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Obituary of Doris Elizabeth Sheelagh (Cameron) Berndt
Stony Plain Reporter

On December 4, 2001, at the age of 64, Doris Elizabeth Sheelagh Berndt (nee Cameron) of Stony
 Plain bid farewell to her beloved family and went peacefully to the Lord. Left to mourn her 
passing is her loving and devoted husband of 46 years, Clarence Berndt, their four children, 
Wendy (Lester, Karissa and Krystal Sorenson), Cheryl (Brad, Sonja and Brett Schultz), 
Peggy-Lynn (Gary, Alex, Colin and Harley Dechant), Malcolm (Cory, Jackson and Rhandi Berndt) 
of Stony Plain, AB; her brother, Darrell Cameron of Barrhead; her sister-in-laws, Esther 
(Herb) Hennig of Stony Plain, Margaret Kemp of North Battleford, SK, Claudette (Wally) Janzen 
of McKenzie, BC, Dorette Cameron of Vancouver, BC, Lydia Berndt of Surrey, BC; numberous 
nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Doris was predeceased by her parents Donald and Lilian 
Cameron (nee Wright), her brother Everett Cameron and her two sisters, Connie Nichols and 
Donalda Kent. Doris leaves behind her a legacy of love. She was a devoted wife, mother, 
mother-in-law, grandmother, sister, sister-in-law, aunt, friend and community member. Her 
inner strength, compassion, sense of humour, energy and good reason, touched the souls of all 
who knew her; and through them, her spirit will live on. The family would like to express 
their sincere gratitude for the support they have received from family, friends and Reverend 
Bert Giffen of Stony Plain United Church. We would especially like to thank Dr. Toye Oyelese,
 the team of professionals and staff at the Westview Health and Continuing Care Centres - 
Stony Plain, for their compassion, support and superior medical care. A memorial service was 
held on Friday, December 7, 2001 at the Stony Plain United Church. In lieu of flowers, the 
family would appreciate contributions to STARS (77 Airport Road, Edmonton, AB T5G 0W6) or the
 Meridian Foundation Memorial Fund (5303 - 47 Street, Stony Plain, AB T7Z 1P1).

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