On April 1, Natalie Schuck of the Edson area passed away. Natalie was an extremely bright light, making people smile and laugh, and she met strangers and became their friends so easily it really was a remarkable gift. She had many passions and loves in her life; in no specific order her horses, her dogs both past and present, her dad Paul and mom Caroline, The Eagles, bling, shopping at Value Village, shoes, boots, equine show shirts, horse tack, the colour pink, garage sales, the Planet of the Apes, and a skinny kid with long hair and a Z-28 in 1982, who she would have been married to for 35 years this May.
She was loyal, devoted, and steadfast in things she truly believed in. Natalie disliked most obituaries, the term stepdad, hypocrisy, falsehoods and nose boogers.
Natalie positively impacted many lives working at CIBC, Yellowhead Registries, and the Town of Edson.
Proud and honoured to have been part of her life, and loved by her husband Dave, father Paul, mother Caroline, brother Dwayne and sister in law Rebekah Gullason, nephews, nieces, aunts, uncles, cousins, and so many friends.
Cremation has taken place; all are invited to a memorial for Natalie. For those wishing to help commemorate the event, we encourage wearing an article of clothing in her favourite colour pink.
The memorial will take place Friday April 13, 11 a.m. at the Edson Legion Hall.
As Don Henley sang, ‘There’s a hole in the world tonight.’
In lieu of flowers, please consider supporting an animal rescue facility of your choice in care of Foothills Memorial Chapel – Edson Funeral Home Box 6358 Edson, Alberta T7E 1T8 or can be made in person at our office located at 5040 6 Ave, Edson, Alberta.
Foothills Memorial Chapel – Edson Funeral Home have been entrusted with the care and funeral arrangements.
Condolences can be forwarded to the family by visiting our website at www.foothillsmemorialchapel.com