Wolfe, Wanda Leah

March 16, 1970- May 21, 2024

It is with heaviest of hearts that we announce the passing of Wanda Wolfe on May 21, 2024, with her loving family by her side.

She will be lovingly remembered by her husband and love of her life of 25 years, Jerry Jefferson, four amazing children: Geoff (Lexy); Kelsie; Carson; and Amber; three beautiful grandchildren: Remy, Reece and Sadie, all who were rays of sunshine in Wanda’s life.

Wanda is also survived by her parents Rolland and Alice Seaman; her siblings: Travis; Sherry; Bob (Hettie); Melodie (Barney); and Tara; in-laws: Marvin and Donna Jefferson; sister in-law Rena (Joe) Lynch; as well as many nieces and nephews and many dear friends.

Wanda was a devoted mom to her four children. She took immense pride in their accomplishments and never missed a dance competition, hockey tournament or any other event they were participating in. Wanda was a coach, a manager, a referee, a fundraiser and most importantly, a cheerleader. She spent countless hours in hockey arenas, not only cheering and supporting her friends and family, but also playing hockey. She was passionate about hockey. Wanda did not hesitate to volunteer her time as well. She was deeply committed to making her community a better place to live for her children, her grandchildren and countless others.

Wanda loved spending valuable time with her grandchildren. Even though, sadly, she did not have the time she wished to watch them grow up, she made the most of what she did have and cared for them and loved them with all the energy she could.

She was a kind, loving soul, and the simplest pleasures in life brought the most joy to Wanda.

She was a true lover of the outdoors and most content when hiking in the mountains with her companion Zeus or biking down a trail with many good friends. Wanda was always game for any adventure big or small, around the world or close to home. Wanda also loved the quiet solitude of taking her camper out to a lake, making a fire, roasting a smokie and reading a book.

She was a strong, brave woman who faced her challenges head on. This was evident in her courageous battle against cancer where she was fearless until the very end.

Wanda was a passionate advocate for animals and volunteered her time with Global Animal Lovers and the Canadian Animal Task Force. These organizations were near and dear to Wanda’s heart. Those wishing to remember Wanda may do so by donating to GALS Animal Rescue (e-transfer: [email protected] (mailto:[email protected]) or the Canadian Animal Task Force.

A light has gone out in our lives, but the love you gave will shine forever.

A celebration of life will be held at Eddie Mountain Memorial Arena on Saturday, June 8, 2024 at 1 p.m.

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