In Memory Of


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Heather Lee Munro (Johnson)

Nov 5, 1963 - Jun 23, 2023


Heather was born on November 5th, 1963, in Edmonton, Alberta. She was born to parents Keith and Mary Munro (nee MacArthur). They moved from Edmonton to Swan Hills, Alberta, where she went to school and formed many lasting and loving friendships. Heather would go on to move up north, working in Norman Wells for a time, before moving back to Alberta, where she married and welcomed two children into the world. She is survived by her mother Mary, her brother Jeff and his family, her ex-husband Neil, her two children Ken and Holly, her three beloved grandchildren Landon, Astrid and Everett, and many nieces, nephews and cousins who love and miss her dearly.

She is predeceased by her father Keith, her sister Colleen, and her brother Ken. The family knows that these individuals welcomed her with open arms.

Heather is remembered as a kind, funny, giving, and loving woman. Though she had personal complications, she was a wonderful friend, host, and partner-in-crime. She worked hard, and made every space more beautiful and welcoming by her efforts. She was often seen with an ear-to-ear smile on her face, and constantly thought of the wellness of others.

Heather deserves all the spoils of Heaven, and all the well-wishes and prayers from below.
May she forever rest in peace.

There will be an intimate family celebration of life held at a later date. Donations can be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation in her honour.

Condolences may be offered to the family below. Sylvan Lake Funeral Home entrusted with the arrangements. Rocky and Sylvan Lake Funeral Homes and Crematorium, your Golden Rule Funeral Home. 403-887-2151.


Sharon and Duane Boyce:

Our sincere condolences to all. Heather was such a bright light in this world and will be deeply missed by all. We'll always remember her beautiful smile and warm heart. Rest in peace dear Heather.

Diane Sarvas:

Heather and I enjoyed some good times together. My condolences to the family!

Carla Fisher:

Heather, you were a very special human and I was lucky enough to be able to have known your gentle soul. May God rest you in peace and happiness xo

Tim Nagel:


My most sincere condolences go out to Mary and Jeff and her Johnson Children and grand kidlins. My prayers for healing and peace in your hearts will be ongoing. When Ken passed Heather had so many unanswered questions she wished Ken would answer. I shared that pain with the whole family . Although I'm very sad she's passed I'm also very happy she now has answers. I'm Sure Ken, Colleen, KIeth Uncle Bud and Heather are spending time with Jesus together. That makes me very happy. I look forward to the day I go to my glory and see them all again.

Yvonne Armstrong. :

Holly and Ken, I will never forget your mom’s infectious laugh and her warm smile. She was a loving person and will be missed. My deepest condolences.

Jane Fyfe:

My sincere condolences to Heathers family. Love and light to Holy and all family and friends who loved your dear Mama.

Laurie Hanson:

Holly and family,
I am so sorry for your loss and wanted to send you my wishes of love and caring at this incredibly hard time.

Roxanne Zowtuk (nee Ekroth):

My sincere condolences to Heather’s loved ones. Your angel was called home and her presence will be greatly missed. Wrap yourselves in the comfort of the many memories you hold in your hearts.

Ed Favel:

From my family to your family, our sincerest condolences on the passing of Heather. I'll always remember her warm smile and kind heart. Heather was driving my LTD to school in Barrhead. At one point the vehicle started swerving from left to right. Al Nagel grabbed the steering wheel to stop the swerving. She looked at Al and said "I was just chasing the birdies". May you rest in peace Heather and "chase the birdies".

Corrine Reid:

Hez, my little tear drop - so many memories of shared laughter and tears over the years. You will be so missed sweetheart. From skateboarding down Ravine Drive in Swan Hills, to working in Norman Wells together, life was a little brighter in your presence. I met little Kenny and little Holly in Okotoks many years ago and sincerely offer my condolences to each of you. Huge hugs to Mary and Jeff. Heather's sweet smile and hippy dippy ways will live in our hearts forever.

Dianne King :

Heather will be unreplaceable and greatly missed.The love and compassion she possessed will live on in all of us.Open hearts never fade or be lost .Love is the answer to the shortness of all of our lives.

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