Obituary of Sheila Ann Banack
Sheila Ann Banack Landry
(June 5, 1962 - January 20, 2023)
Sheila Ann Banack Landry of Hay Lakes, AB, formerly of Bawlf, AB, passed away on Friday, January 20, 2023, at the age of 60 years.
Sheila Ann Banack Landry was born in Camrose, Alberta on June 5, 1962 to Joe and Margarethe Banack, the sixth of eight children. She passed away on January 20, 2023.
She grew up on the farm, attending and graduating from Bawlf School in 1980. After high school she attended Lethbridge College in the Law Enforcement Program and then spent her career as a Correctional Officer at the Fort Saskatchewan Correctional Centre and the Edmonton Remand Centre. It was through work that she met the love of her life Phil Landry. Sheila and Phil made many trips and memories on their motorbikes, also travelling to Europe twice, once with Phil’s sister Diane.
Sheila loved motorbiking, Mickey Mouse and Disneyland, camping, Hastings Lake Bible Camp, CHOCOLATE, photography, music and everything life had to offer. She was definitely the favourite “Ant” to all the children and because she was really just a big kid herself, they loved spending time with her.
She was kind and compassionate to all, had a great sense of humour, down to earth, and treated everyone with respect and dignity. Every family member, friend, co-worker or neighbour mattered to her - there were no favorites. She was a loyal and trusted daughter, sister, aunt, friend and spouse.
Sheila was pre-deceased by her parents, Joe and Margarethe Banack, brother Greg, and nieces Karen, Charlotte and Sabrina.
She leaves to mourn her passing, her husband Phil; siblings Marilyn (Larry Cryderman), Chuck (Mary), Tony (Joanne), Mark (Wendy), Susan (Randy Terway), Jeff (Sharon), and Greg (Leanne) Baumle; her life-time friend Bev Dalen; sister-in-law Diane Gauvin; along with numerous nieces, nephews, great nieces & nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
A Funeral Service was held at 11:00 a.m., Friday, January 27, 2023, at the CityLights Church, 4920 48 Street Camrose, officiated by Mark Chanasyk.