August 2, 1937 – November 4, 2022
It is with great heartache that Allan and family are to share the news that AnnaDaughn Falkingham passed away with her family, both blood and chosen by her side.
For all who were lucky enough to have known her and known her joy for life. She will be greatly missed. Each day she chose to live life to the fullest and guided by love for all. She touched every
life she met with positivity and inspiration.
“Feeling peaceful deep inside,
Facing everything in stride,
Balancing work and play,
Learning all along the way,
Choosing love and happiness,
Showing others that you care,
Finding beauty everywhere,
Knowing all you gain is giving,
Welcome to the joys of living.”
This poem reflects who AnnaDaughn was, in life and death.
Family will have a Private Gathering, the service will be live streamed at https://funeraweb.tv/en/diffusions/63626
We ask that donations be sent to Parkridge Centre, in Saskatoon. To all the amazing people who made the end of life so beautiful, as well as the last five years. Thank you to the amazing staff in the ICU at St. Paul’s Hospital.
She made so many amazing friends and people who enhanced her life and gave it so much meaning. My family and I want to thank each one of the amazing people that crossed her path.
Our deepest condolences to Allan and family they were wonderful friends of ours.
Brian and Vivian Boucher
Allan and family,
My many visits with AnnaDoughn in the ICU at St Paul’s were among the highlights of my hospital chaplaincy. She was a caring, funny, interesting person with whom to speak. Whether we were looking at photos, sharing stories, or just sitting quietly, she was an inspiration. May your memories bring laughter and tears and in that, may you continue to find healing.
Brian and I send condolences of the passing of Anna Dawn. She was kind, loving person. Will spend days to come to recall our school days. She made school days so much fun. Love to all!
Al. I am very sorry to read about Aana .
I had lost track of both on you when you moved back to Saskatoon.
I hope you are doing well. L know it is a terrible thing watching your wife go down hill with an illness and not being able to help.
Again y sympathy to you and your family.
Al: I am. very sorry to read about Anna .
I lost track of you when you moved back to Saskatoon
I know it is a rough time when you’re wife is sick and you can do nothing but be there for her.
Again my condolences.
Allan and family
AnnaDaughn was such a wonderful neighbor and friend of ours for many years. Whenever I talked with her on the phone in later years she always left me with a warm, happy feeling. Never complaining and always concerned for others. Our sympathy to you all.
My mother, Georgena (Whitehead) Tkaczuk, and family, sends their deepest sympathies. She has many fond memories of time spent with her cousin.