Ardene (Glady’s) Cherneski


Glady’s Ardene Cherneski, passed away peacefully on July 20, 2020 in Edmonton, Alberta at the beautiful age of 79.
Born on March 28, 1941 in Onion Lake, Saskatchewan to Parents Elton and Iola Webb. She was the middle child of seven other siblings.
Ardene is preceded in death by her Parents, Elton and Iola. Sister’s, Irma Grouette (Terry), Luana Washburn (David), Barbara Maxwell (Gordon) and Brother Rodney Webb (Jeanne).
She is survived by her loving husband of almost 55 years, Walter Cherneski (sadly he passed just two weeks after his wife), Daughters Lana Sikora (Darrel), Karen Rowland (Aaron), Grandson’s Spencer Sikora, Jake Rowland and MacKenzie Richards, brother’s Lyle Webb (Dorothy), Curt Webb (Sherry) and Sister Ada Thompson (Lailo). She has many wonderful nephews, nieces, cousins and friends, too many to list. The family reunion that was held yearly is where she loved chatting with each of them. She was a favorite to many and was famous for her bear hugs.
Ardene loved the Lord and knew she would go to a better place and was at peace with whenever it was her time to be with him. We are at peace because she is at peace. She will be missed terribly by everyone and a large void will be felt in the family with her gone. She was an amazing artist, active member of her church, loving wife, mother, grandmother and friend. Ardene’s true compassion for others shone through as she worked as a Registered nurse in Edmonton for all of her career and was her husband’s main caregiver. She loved retirement as it gave her the opportunity to spend more time with family and friends.
In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Breast Cancer research or the Cross Cancer Institute of Edmonton.

Memorial service to be held when it is safe for everyone.

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Martha and Alex Ropchan and family

I just found out yesterday that your Mom and Dad have passed away Our deepest Sympathy Lana. and. Karen and your spouses and your children,,They will be missed by you all. Our prayers and thoughts are with you all;

Brenda Compton

My sincere condolences.. Ardene and Wally lived by us.. many laughs and many talks were had by all.. we missed them the day they were moved . May you rest in God’s hands Ardene.

Jeane Webb

My heartfelt condolences to all of the WEBB family, of which I was once a part. Love and miss you All and will forever remember Ardene and Wally and their acceptance of me , late into the family. The kindest and sweetest of people , they will be missed in the Family Circles so very much. xo Jeane

Lennis, Lori, Jadyn, Jenna and Landon Maxwell

Lana and Karen ( and families).. i still cant believe they are both gone so suddenly! As a nephew, there are so many things i wish i could have said to them, if only I knew, they were leaving! I’m sure you all have 100 times that feeling. They were both icons to me over my sixty years. They stood for so much goodness and love! They will both be missed by all of us! Our deepest sympathy. Love from us all

Kevin and Laura Schular

Wally and Ardene were two beautiful friends to others and they were very much in love. What a light they were in this world, but they are in a perfect world now!

Wendy Bulechowsky

Aunt Ardene was always so full of life & love – a smile that lit up the room-a laugh that was contagious- the BEST bearhugs ever- she gave us the gift of music whether singsongs around the piano OR around the campfire- her voice rivalled the birds singing- She’ll be remembered AND missed by all.

D'Tonio Solomon

I’m so sorry to hear about your loss. I’m sad that I wasn’t able to get the chance to meet her and ask her about the path of a RN.

Glenda and Randy Zelionka

Such a void ?. We will sure miss our phone calls and pre-Mexico visits. Such a kind, tender and loving person she was. We all cherish the songs she sang to us and taught us. ( Lonely Little Robin- Catch a Falling Star and many more) Her famous hugs, and beautiful voice, and we can’t forget her joyous laugh”. Love and miss you Aunt Ardene??

Cathy Jensen

I am grieving with you. I will miss Arden’s great smile which spread to her eyes and I will miss Wally’s laughter and wise advice. They were both so sincere and gentle but made of iron. I am so sure of where Ardene and Wally are now walking along side of their Saviour, Jesus. My love and hugs go out to your and yours.