Sarah Pettican-Towstego


Sarah Pettican-Towstego was 24, born December 1997 in Edmonton to parents, Robert Towstego and Marnie Pettican-Towstego.
Sarah enjoyed all sports like skiing, baseball, football and from an early age and all throughout her teenage years, Sarah had a love of hockey. As a goalie she helped her teams make provincial playoffs numerous times, win many tournaments and championships. Along the way her skills helped her achieved several MVP awards. Off the ice, travel was one of her favorite passions, which paired well with her love of the ocean and having big adventures. She had a creative side also, and could often be found drawing, coloring and doing bead work. Sarah was warm and kindhearted, with a caring nature which made her approachable, easy to talk to, and welcoming to everyone she met. Indeed, Sarah was always willing to lend a helping hand to anyone in need and volunteered hundreds of hours through school, the Emergency Response Career Pathway Program as well as other volunteer programs. Sarah loved all animals and besides her cat and dog the moose was her favorite.
Sarah will always remain a part of our cherished memories and will be lovingly remembered by all who knew her. She is survived by her parents, Robert and Marnie, her brothers, Matthew and Kevin, her Grandparents, Alan and Linda Pettican, her uncle Chris and aunt Keitrina, and cousins, Jessica and Kendra. Paternal biological grandparents Valorie and Dennis, uncles Kevin, Craig, and Chris (passed). She is predeceased by grandparents, Betty and Walter Towstego, and uncle Paul.
A memorial service will be held at 2:00 pm on Saturday, December 18, 2021 at St. Andrew’s United Church, 9915-148st Edmonton.
In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to a local youth mental health charity, in Sarah’s memory.

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10 Condolences

Anthony Towstego

I was so sad to learn of this. Way to young. .Will never forget Sarah with us at can Rem air show My deepest condolences Robert and family.

Richard May , cousin

Words can never say enough in times like this. My heartfelt sorrow at your loss is truely and deeply felt.

Don Bouclin

Rob and Marnie
We are truly stunned to hear of your recent loss. Our condolences to you and your family.
Don and Darlene

Gyn-Gyn Lee

Rob and Marnie,
My heartfelt condolences to you and your family.
You are in my thoughts and prayers in this difficult time.
Wishing you peace and love

Lee Ward

Rob and Marnie – I was so sorry to hear the news. This should not happen to any parents. I hope you can find some peace in your happy memories together.

Audrey Cudrak

To Rob and family – my heart breaks for you. I am so very sorry. You are in my thoughts.

Shaleena Lyon

I really wish I could be there for you guys and Sarah , as I have to work so i won’t be able to make it qnd that breaks my heart because Sarah was one of my best friends in high school she was always helping me always making sure I was okay. Helping me when I was down.. if i could please get one of her memorial cards, that would be greatly appreciated my condolences to you all & I’m sorry you have to go through such thing at such a time.

Karen Crews & Family

Rob & Marnie,
I am so sorry to hear of Sarah’s passing. I only knew her when she was a child and I remember how much my girls enjoyed playing with her and how comfortable she made them feel. I am certain she grew up to be a fine young lady and she will be deeply missed by all those who knew her.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

Michelle Joyce

When I met Sarah at JFR, she had quite a unique personality but she was also fun, caring and a great person to be around. Condolences to the whole family.

Donna curtis

So sorry for your loss I knew her threw Kevin and she always made me laugh. Thinking of you all