KUNSMAN, Heather

Posted: December 4th, 2017

KUNSMAN (Roberts),  Heather Carrington

  KUNSMAN, Heather beloved wife of Byron Kunsman, passed away peacefully, surrounded by her family, at the age of 72 years, at St Michael’s Palliative Care Hospital following a courageous battle with cancer.

  Heather was raised in Lethbridge, met Byron in high school and they married shortly after graduation in 1964. They worked together in the family business (Kunsman Transport) for many years and once the business was sold Heather moved on to selling real estate and then became a real estate appraiser in the mid nineties. She started her own business, Kunsman Appraisal Services Ltd. In 2001 and ran it successfully until  retirement in 2012.

  After retiring Heather and Byron wintered in Arizona and enjoyed travelling and camping with family and friends in the Good Sam R.V. Club. They travelled to Branson, Missouri in 2014 and that trip was the highlight of Heather’s R.V.          experiences. She loved to travel and enjoyed meeting new people.

  Heather is survived by her husband Byron and three daughters; Shauna(Jonathan), Tracey(Ian) and Nicole(Jason); four grandchildren, Brittany(Joseph), Colton (Alyssa), Chase and Jordyn, and one great grandson, Lincoln.

  She was predeceased by her mother, Winnie, Father, Medwyn and two brothers, Kevin and Stanley.

  A special thank you to the  doctors and nurses on 4C at the Regional Hospital for their great care and attention. Thank you as well to Dr. Shikoor and the nursing staff at St. Michaels Palliative Care Unit and the Drs and nurses at the Jack Ady Cancer Centre. A special thank you to Dr. Frick for his wonderful care over the years.

  Cremation has taken place. There will be a Funeral/Memorial service on Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 1.00 p.m. at McKillop United Church, located at 2329 – 15 Ave, South Lethbridge. Luncheon and visitation will follow in the church hall. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Heather’s name to Cancer Research.

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