October 1, 2020
October 1, 2020
It is with great sadness that we announce the loss of our beloved Deanna Marie Conrod. She passed away on October 1, 2020, age 65, after a courageous battle with Lung Cancer.
Deanna was a caring soul who loved her family more than anything. She took great pride in caring for her grandsons in the years before she became ill.
Deanna was predeceased by her mother Wilma Thordarson, nephew Dean Thordarson, and grandson Tanner Schumann. She leaves behind her father and sidekick Thomas Thordarson, two loving sons, Paul (Shannon), and Wesley (Alison), grandchildren Riley, Evan and Sierra, sister Denise (Bob) brother Terry (Debbie), brother Darren (Paulette), sister Donna, and nieces and nephew Zoeanne, Angela, Brooke, Leonna, Luke and Olivia, many great nieces and nephews, aunts and uncles, extended family and wonderful friends.
In Lieu of flowers donations can be made to the BC Cancer Foundation.
You are invited to leave a personal message for the family.
Condolences to all of you. She was a wonderful woman and will be missed very much. She will forever hold a special place in our family.~ Debra and Scott Olive
your passing is such a loss. You will be sadly missed by your boys, daughters in law and grandchildren. You have touched so many peoples hearts and will be missed by all. the biggest sorrow is missing your grandsons grow up and see them them thrive, but know they miss you and will keep you in their hearts forever. you blessed this family . Forever in our thoughts
.~ Rod & Penny Smith
Such a great loss, as long as I have known her she was always a very loving and caring woman. Her passing will be felt for a long time yet she leaves so much good behind in this world.~ Driediger
Hety Sis I'm going to miss you so much , I hope the pain is finally gone you've indured so much for so long you'll forever be in memorys and prayers. You always had such a big heart and generous to any kid with a smile ,I'll miss our talks and the jokes we had between us and just to see how your day was going It breaks my heart that your grandsons won't have there nana around as they get older and do something silly to put a smile on your face. So rest easy and I hope to meet up with you on the other side one day so keep a chair open for me.