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Ashley Lynn Wagar

Jun 19, 1986 - May 4, 2021

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ASHLEY LYNN WAGAR

June 19, 1986 - May 4, 2021

With heavy hearts the family of Ashley Lynn Wagar announce her passing on May 4, 2021 at the age of 34 years.

Ashley was born in Hinton, Alberta to the parents of Andrew and Teresa Wagar. She graduated from Harry Collinge High School in 2004. After taking a year off she moved to Red Deer, Alberta to start a new chapter in her life. In 2006 she took a custodian position with Chinooks Edge School Division. This led her to the Fox Run School in Sylvan Lake, Alberta. Ashley loved her work family and made many new friends over the years and she loved her job.

Ashley was predeceased by her father Andrew Wagar and both sets of grandparents.

She leaves behind her loving mother Teresa Wagar of Hinton, sister Jamie Quam (Joe) of McBride, BC and two beloved nephews Tristan and Kyle. She also leaves behind many adored family and friends.

Ashley loved her cats, camping, shopping, sewing, crocheting and just overall crafting. She also enjoyed travelling having been to Mexico, Florida, Texas, Costa Rica and many other wonderful places. Her most favourite thing to do was spending time with her friends on girl’s trips, especially on the July long weekend.

In keeping with Ashley’s wishes there will be a private family gathering where she will be placed with her dad.

As an expression of sympathy in loving memory of Ashley the family ask that donations be made to the SPCA, Heart & Stroke Foundation or the Fox Run School in Sylvan Lake.

Sylvan Lake Funeral Home and Crematorium are in care of arrangements. Call 403-887-2151.

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Bell:

I love seeing you every month for our session Ashley. Everytime Jedi, Chewie and me were looking forward for your present. Thank you so much for coming to my life. You gave us joy and smile always. We love you very much Ashley. May you in peace and if the next life is real, I will be looking forward to be your friend again.

Connie Dobson:

My deepest condolences to your family and friends. It’s been decades since I seen you but I’ll always remember your smiling face!

Deni Brauer:

I remember being in a bad mood when I was in middle school and you pulled me to the side and talked to me and cheered me up and I never forgot the kindness you showed me. Breaks my heart to see your journey on earth end so soon. Condolences to all the family members.

Ann Dyck::

I loved our conversations while I would peek into the cafeteria and place my order. You'd invite me to try new recipes that you had made - which were all very delicious! Even though life in school is very different these days, Ashley will be missed, especially her beautiful warm contagious smile!

Bob Irwin:

Ashley, I'm so sorry to have seen this. You were always so supportive of the kids and staff at Fox Run. I enjoyed our little chats at the end of the day. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family and friends.

Catt:

I loved Ashley. She was just Smashley to me.
She was a beautiful light full of laughter and energy. An angel among us all.

Mary Hooker:

My deepest condolences Teresa, Jamie, Joe, Tristan and Kyle. Hugs to all of you.

Tatyanna Stoesz:

I did not know Ashley for very long, but I knew her well enough to say she was such a ray of sunshine. She lit up any room she walked into. She was a good and kind person, with a good and kind heart. She will be greatly missed. My condolences to her family and friends.

Debbie McKinlay :

I got to know Ashley when I worked with her for 4 years at Fox Run. She always had a smile and her laugh was infectious. She took the time to get to know people well. I loved our quick chats at the end of the school day. I missed her when I left Fox Run. Condolences to her family. I am sad to have lost a good friend.

Patti Gette:

Ashley will be so missed at our school Each night when the students were gone, I looked forward to our visits. If I was absorbed in my work she would softly sweep and giggle as she knew it made me so sleepy. We were constantly trading new sugar free candy as we both loved our candy, but knew we should cut back. Her laugh and tears were so contagious. We had many hugs and she loved to share stories about her family; losing her daddy was so difficult. She took so much pride in each piece she crafted for people. Some of her proudest moments were making daddy's shirt into a pillow. She was Al so excited to make blankets for her nephews whom she cared for so deeply. I still can't believe she is gone. Even in my home, there are so many special things from Ashley. She will be in my heart forever. Love you Ashley!

Kara Atkinson:

They say that everything happens for a reason but for the life of me I can not understand the reason that Ashley had to leave us so soon ....perhaps it’s to teach us to never take for granted a single day or moment! Ashley was the most special, kindhearted person I’d come to know and my life will be forever changed because of our friendship! There was a reason that God needed more than we did down here and I will have to accept that...I will miss you forever my friend! Rest easy on the clouds of paradise and keep a spot warm for me until we meet again!

Debby McCabe:

I was fortunate to meet Ashley when I made my visits to Alberta to see my family members there. Ashley certainly was a friendly, easy to get to know young lady. She always made an effort to come see me throughout my stays. And we always had a good laugh. She loved a to play a good card game. I know how difficult this is for your family and your friends. You earned your wings Ashley. I know you'll be looking out for all those close to you.

Cheryl Lehto:

Ashley was the kindest, most considerate person I think I have ever met. I enjoyed chatting with her after school while she worked away cleaning in my classroom . She was always interested in other people’s lives. She was my Secret Santa one year and she actually talked her parents somehow into bringing souvenirs from the Brier in St John’s Newfoundland because she knew I liked curling . When I left Fox Run, she gave me the sweetest card which I may still have somewhere. Ashley will be missed and I will cherish her memory.

Tammy Brady:

I’m so sorry to hear of sweet hearted Ashley’s passing. She was such kind person. I will sure will miss her.

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