Cleaver, Agnes Ruth

June 9, 1935 – June 4, 2021
at the age of 85 years

Celebration of Life will be held July 3rd at 10:30.  Location – Lorne and Charlotte Hunter’s house – 1105 Grayston Rd, Enderby, BC   V0E 1V3 


Agnes Cleaver passed away June 4, 2021 at Shuswap Lake General Hospital just shy of her 86th birthday. She will be greatly missed by her children Charlotte (Lorne), Harold (Marian), Curtis and three grandchildren Kevin, Danielle and Christine. 

Agnes was born in Waldersee, Manitoba on June 9, 1935 to Anton and Clara Bohn, the 4th of 7 children. On May 5, 1955 she married Norman Cleaver.

When she lived in Trenton, Ontario she helped out with the Boy Scout and Girl Guide camps that her children went to. When we moved to Nova Scotia, she was a Boy Scout leader for her boys, as well as a leader in 4H for her children.

In 1977 Norman and Agnes moved to Enderby, BC. For a few years they travelled around to Cuba, Costa Rica and Hawaii. About 30 years ago they decided the winters were too long and cold, so they stared going to Queen Valley, Arizona. There they enjoyed many years of warmth and the company of their snowbird friends. They were very active in Queen Valley with Monday morning coffee, jeep trips and helping around the park.

In the summer when they visited family in Alberta or Manitoba, they would take one of the grandchildren with them.  They were also involved with their step granddaughter and step great grandchildren.

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  1. Our hearts go out to “Aggies” family, we met her and Norm our first year in Queen Valley and immediately fell in love with them both. We miss her and pray that her grandchildren and great grandchildren will come to know what a special person she was. That goes for Norm also. Their hearts were larger than anyone can realize. Pleas know that the tears of sadness that have been shed at her passing are matched by the tears of joy for those who have passed before her and are now greeting her on the other side of the veil. Blessings to her family and friends she has temporarily left behind.

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