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Obituary of Mildred Pauline Ogrodnick
OGRODNICK, Mildred September 29, 1931 – April 10, 2021 On Saturday, April 10, another angel entered heaven. Mildred Ogrodnick (nee Liber) was born September 29, 1931 to parents Martin and Sophie Liber at Mundare, Alberta, and passed away peacefully surrounded by family on April 10, 2021 in Vegreville, Alberta - the same day as her son Clarence passed 11 years ago. She is lovingly remembered by her children Ed (Denise), Marilyn, Sherry (Gerald) Lemke, Carl (Dena), daughter-in-law Sandra (Jason), Judy (Trevor) Easthope, Sam (Leann) and Matt (Terry); grandchildren Brad (Misty), Trevor (Carman), Jolene (Ryan), Stefanie, Dillan, Jacob, Chelsey, Cody, Ryan, Krystin and Kyle; great grandchildren Marlee, Jelayna, Brekyn, Carter and Kyla; siblings Jean (Ken) Cotton, Bernice (Wally) Mykityshyn and Leonard (Chris) Liber. She also leaves numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends who refer to her as one of the kindest and most welcoming people they knew. Mildred was predeceased by her son Clarence (2010) and husbands John (1965), and Harry (2004); siblings Julian, Charlie, Rose, Frank, Walter, Ed and Lydia; and her parents Martin and Sophie Liber. In recent years, Mildred (Millie) suffered from dementia and lost her memories of most friends and family. Heartwarmingly, that never stopped her kindness and compassion from always shining through. Born in Mundare, Mildred spent most of her life living on a farm in the Mundare and Vegreville areas. When Mildred and Harry retired from farming, they moved into Vegreville where they had many coffee friends and hosted numerous gatherings. Mildred moved to supportive living at the Homestead Lodge, then the last 2 years at Century Park. The friends she made and the care she received was cherished by Mildred and her family. A mother holds her children’s hands for a while - their hearts forever. “You left us beautiful memories; your love is still our guide. Although we cannot see you, you’re always at our side.” We are strong because a strong woman raised us. In lieu of floral tributes, memorial donations can be made in Mildred’s name to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or a charity of one's choice.