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Eunice Johnston

Lieu de naissance : Waldeck, Saskatchewan, Canada
Date de naissance : 21 mars 1930

Lieu de décès : Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada
Date de décès : 2 juillet 2011

JOHNSTON, Eunice(formerly Shreenan) March 21, 1930 – July 2, 2011. Eunice Fernelda Johnston, of Grande Prairie, Aberta, passed away at the QE II Hospital July 2, 2011, at the age of 81 years. Eunice and her older brother Eldger were born in Waldeck, Saskatchewan. Her parents, Elsie and Emil Olson along with grandparents Maria and John Bodin lived in Waldeck and they also had a farm outside of Waldeck. Eunice began her teaching career at age eighteen, in rural towns such as Antelope and McLaren in Northern Saskatchewan. In 1955, she married Rodney George Shreenan of McLaren and they moved to Kitimat, B.C. where three of four children Kim, Lorrie and Todd were born. In 1960, the family moved to Grande Prairie, Alberta where Kelly was born. Eunice taught for many years in Grande Prairie as a full-time and substitute teacher. She and Rodney divorced in the late 1970’s. Eunice studied to become a life skills coach and was able to help many people. After Eunice retired, she became a marriage commissioner. She remarried in 1994 to Lewis Johnston, who passed away August 5, 2010. Eunice enjoyed life and was not a complainer although the last two years of life her health had declined and she was in and out of hospital. Eunice’s life is celebrated by her daughter Kim Toutant (Buddy), sons Lorrie Shreenan (Cheryl Anderson), Todd Shreenan (Brenda MacDonald) and Kelly Shreenan (Vera Hagen); granddaughters Jody Chrenek (Carson), Danielle Anderson (Steve Jonzon) and Shannon Hinks; great grandchildren and nieces Penny Stewart (Olson), Janet Olson, Barbara Olson and Geraldine Stuart. A celebration of Eunice’s life was held July 5, 2011 at Oliver’s Grande Prairie Funeral. Condolences may be sent by visiting



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