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Diezel AlmaDIEZEL, Alma - (1924 - 2017) - Alma Diezel died peacefully at home on February 19, 2017.

She leaves her son Glenn, daughter-in-law Jude, her beloved grandchildren Zeke (Jillian) and Grace, and family and friends both in Switzerland and Canada.

Alma was born on February 7, 1924 in Switzerland. She spoke often of her happy childhood and the love she shared with her siblings Elsie, Erna, Enoch, Susanne, Arthur and their families.

She met her husband Alexander at the end of the war. After the death of their first child Roy, they moved to Canada to start a new life. The friendships they formed on their journey by ship lasted their lifetimes.

Alma’s husband died in 1978. Heartbroken but strong in spirit she created a life for herself full of friends, gardening and painting. Alma spent the last 4 years living with Glenn and Jude enjoying nature and her cherished dog Maddie. She lived a full loved life.

Her family would like to thank all the PSW, nursing care and amazing family and friends who assisted in allowing Alma to die at home.

Memorial Donations to the Haliburton Highlands Health Services Foundation – Palliative Care Centre (HHHSF-PCC) would be appreciated by the family and can be arranged through the Gordon A. Monk Funeral Home, Minden, Ontario.

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Diezel AlmaDIEZEL, Alma - (1924 - 2017) - Alma Diezel died peacefully at home on February 19, 2017.

She leaves her son Glenn, daughter-in-law Jude, her beloved grandchildren Zeke (Jillian) and Grace, and family and friends both in Switzerland and Canada.

Alma was born on February 7, 1924 in Switzerland. She spoke often of her happy childhood and the love she shared with her siblings Elsie, Erna, Enoch, Susanne, Arthur and their families.

She met her husband Alexander at the end of the war. After the death of their first child Roy, they moved to Canada to start a new life. The friendships they formed on their journey by ship lasted their lifetimes.

Alma’s husband died in 1978. Heartbroken but strong in spirit she created a life for herself full of friends, gardening and painting. Alma spent the last 4 years living with Glenn and Jude enjoying nature and her cherished dog Maddie. She lived a full loved life.

Her family would like to thank all the PSW, nursing care and amazing family and friends who assisted in allowing Alma to die at home.

Memorial Donations to the Haliburton Highlands Health Services Foundation – Palliative Care Centre (HHHSF-PCC) would be appreciated by the family and can be arranged through the Gordon A. Monk Funeral Home, Minden, Ontario.

KawarthaObituaries.com

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