Beverley Wildeman (Lepp). March 11th, 1942- Sept 16th,2021
It is with great sadness we announce the passing away of Beverley (Bev) Wildeman (nee Lepp), at the age of 79 where she has now departed the canvas of this world.
A wife, mother and dearest friend to many, to whom she will be greatly missed.
Bev is survived by her husband, Wilf, 2 children in Calgary: her daughter, Kim Wildeman, son Kelly Wildeman (& Nancy Kamineski), along with many other close friends residing both near and far – many considered as her extended family.
Bev is predeceased by her father, Bill Lepp, sister, Marlene Kinash, and close family friend, Adam Kamineski.
Her passion in life touched all of those that surrounded her. This included many of her long-time career colleagues at The Hudson’s Bay Company where she spent many years serving the retail community.
Bev’s life on earth was like her palette – filled with vibrant colour….each stroke of her brush telling the most meaningful of stories. Her kind heart, wit, and ability to laugh at herself made everyone around her so comfortable. Family was the most precious gift to her, and was what she cherished most.
We find peace in knowing that she has been taken into the heavens where Bev will continue to add sunshine to the sky, and colour to the rainbows.
She, along with the aromas of her infamous cinnamon buns will never be forgotten.
Love, Your Family
Wilf, Kim, Kelly & Nancy
So sorry to hear Bev has passed away. Remembering all the good times we had together – working at the CN and later at our office. Summer holidays our families spent at the red cabin we called the “hot tomato” and trying to keep two little girls happy. Camping trips together, WAKL soup, many meals together in our homes, etc etc. Knowing the next few days, weeks & months will be very difficult ones for you all.
My sincere sympathy. Joan
My condolences for the Loss of a Wife, Mother and Auntie. I worked with Bev at the old Bay. She was such a delight to work with. She was always happy and brought a lot of happiness to all who knew her and worked with Bev at The Bay. Heaven has gained another Angel. RIP Bev.