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Elva Irene Kenney

January 5, 1955 - February 3, 2021

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Because of COVID-19 the Celebration of Elva’s Life ceremony will be held virtually on zoom on March 20th at 2pm MST. All are welcome to attend but must register to receive the log in information and digital keepsakes.

Please use this link to register: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-Te1k9Q0Qb2tbLF_VapViQ

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In Loving Memory,

It is with great sadness that the family of Elva Irene Kenney announce her passing on February 3rd 2021 in Saskatoon Saskatchewan from cancer.

Elva was born in Rimbey Alberta on January 9, 1955 and grew up on her family’s farm there. Predeceased by her loving parents Margery and Bill Kenney.

Lovingly remembered by her husband Stan Hansen and her three children: Dana (Dave) Brettelle, Caleb Vallevand and Meadow Kenney. “Gran” to her four grandchildren, Will & Shea Brettelle, Emerson & Dalila Rubuliak, two sisters Jean Little and Beth (Damien) Kenney, four brothers, Ralph Kenney, Delbert Kenney, Harold Kenney, Ross Kenney, and sister-in law Joyce Kenney, nieces Anne (Mike) Little, Lisa Kenney, Laura Kenney, Louise McFadyen, nephews Bruce Little, David Little and Maxwell MacFadyen. Loved and cherished by her childhood best friend Debbie Kirkpatrick and many other close friends and loved ones.

Elva loved art, sunshine yellow, music and to learn and teach.

The family would like to thank the palliative home care team in Saskatoon and the Hospice at Glengarda in Saskatoon as well as the family and friends for all their love and support while we said goodbye for now.