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Treva Joyce Richardson

March 27, 1953 ~ July 13, 2018 (age 65)

It is with great sadness we announce the sudden passing of our beloved wife, mother and Nanna, Treva Joyce Richardson at home with her husband by her side. 

  After a long and courageous battle with heart failure, Treva Joyce Richardson(nee Bandura)left this world to soar with the Angels on Friday, July 13, 2018.  She will be greatly missed by her loving husband and soulmate of 46 years Tom, her loving daughter Kim(Kris)Wikdahl and her amazing three loving grandchildren Michael, Jayden and Tyler Wikdahl.

 

  Treva loved to laugh and had a huge heart.  She loved spending time camping and sitting around the campfire and fishing with her loved ones.  Her love for life was amazing.  Her grandchildren were her world and she loved hearing their stories, listening to them sing, watching them succeed, doing crafts and watching movies with them.  Our hearts ache beyond words but have been touched with the honour of her love, gentleness and kindness.  God has lent her to us for a short time and saw that her fight was great and she was getting tired.  We know that a heart that has been broke is a heart that has been loved.  But those we love don't go away.  They walk beside us every day.  Unseen, unheard, but ever near.  Still loved, still missed and very dear.  God saw you getting tired.  When a cure was not to be, so he closed His arms around you and said, "Come Follow Me"

  At Treva's request no funeral will be preformed.  A private service and internment will occur at a later date.  The family would like to say thank you to Dr. Tan, Dr. Angelo Sarlas, Debbie Jansen, all the wonderful nurses on emergency and the medical ward for all the wonderful care that was given to Treva during her many trips to seek medical attention.  You will all be in our hearts forever.

 

  Always loved and remembered.  Until we meet you again Sweetheart, Mom, Nanna in that big campsite in the sky, we will miss you, love you and remember you dearly.

A million times we'll miss you

A million times we'll cry

If love could have saved you

You never would have died.

In life we loved you dearly

In death we love you still

In our hearts you hold a special place

No on could ever fill.

It broke our hearts to lose you

But you did not go alone

For part of us went with you

The day God took you home.

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