Rena (Lorna) Wolfe was born in Paradise Hill on January 7, 1959 to Virginia Wolfe and Patrick Bighead. Rena was raised with 7 siblings in a traditional home. She always looked forward to berry-picking and visits with her mom. Family was always what made her happy and she always looked forward to catching up with her nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles. The love she had for her grandchildren was magnanimous and endless. She would often make time to visit friends on her many journeys. Rena enjoyed education which led her to follow her ambition to Lloydminster and ultimately, the city of Edmonton. Her educational journey was cut short by sudden illness. Rena was a friend to many and was a gentle soul. Her love of books lives on in her children. She enjoyed many movies and often shared her love of Creator with those she was close to. When Rena returned home again she was content being surround by her family and happy to be in her homeland.
Rena was predeceased by: her parents, Patrick Bighead (1965), Virginia Wolfe (2020); her grandparents, Betsy Whiteface and David Wolfe; her siblings, Norman Wolfe (2010);, and Anna Wolfe (2012); her aunts, Josephine Pahtayken (2013), Caroline Opissinow, Mary Star (great aunt); and her uncle, Joe Wolfe.
She is survived: her daughters, Veronica Lewis (Daniel), Marie Wolfe, and Tennille (Lola) Wolfe (Jamie); her siblings, Kenneth Wolfe, Elmer Wolfe, Dennis Wolfe, Wayne Wolfe, and Gilbert Wolfe; her grandchildren, Mitchell, Joshua, and Danika Lewis, Kyle, Melissa, Calvin, Marcus, and Alisha Wolfe, Riley and Soriah Wolfe, Kalirae and Kionnamae Twoheart.
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