Obituary of Carolyn Audrey Nording
NORDING-It is with great sadness that the family of Carolyn Audrey Nording (nee:Jackson) announce her passing on September 28th, 2022, at the Victoria Union Hospital in Prince Albert.
Carolyn was born April 23rd, 1945 at Fort McCloud, Alberta, the only child of James and Florence Jackson (nee:Jolly). She grew up and obtained her education in Prince Albert. She studied bookkeeping and secretarial following graduation. She married Hector Nording on November 28, 1984 in Regina, Saskatchewan where they lived together for many years before moving closer to family and residing in the RM of Shellbrook.
For Carolyn family came first, she was always ready for a visit with a cold glass of iced tea on a hot day. She hosted many special occasion meals for those who could attend. She and Hector took many trips together visiting family and friends as well as trips overseas for holidays. Together they were also avid gardeners, ensuring to plant enough to feed an army, canning and freezing enough to feed a small village. Many families and friends were recipients of that bountiful garden.
Carolyn loved planting her flowers every spring and watching the blooms grow. Carolyn was also an accomplished painter, dealing mostly in oils. She was a founding member of the Regina Prairie Artists’ Guild and in later years attended the monthly get-togethers at the Shellbrook library where artisans of all levels gathered for fellowship and to perfect their chosen field. Carolyn took great pride in helping new artists develop their skills.
She leaves to cherish her memory: her husband Hector Nording of Shellbrook; in-laws Elsa Jonasson and family; Vi Nording and family; Wesley (Judy) Nording and family; Victor (Kathleen) Nording and family; also many cousins and friends.
She was predeceased by her father and mother James and Florence Jackson as well many aunts, uncles, and in-laws.
The funeral Service will be held at a to-be-determined date in the Spring of 2023.
Those wishing to send condolences are welcome to visit www.beaulacfuneralhome.com
Funeral arrangements were entrusted to the care of Beaulac Funeral Home and Crematorium, 306-747-2828.
Donations may be made in honor of Carolyn to the Stump Lake Cemetery Fund, c/o Alfred Svendsen, Box 24, Stump Lake, Saskatchewan, S0J 2S0.