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ZOE ALBI
(nee ROBINSON)
1937 - 2020

CELEBRATION OF LIFE

As we move through the grief and sadness of losing our beloved Zoe Albi, we celebrate her life on Sunday, November 7, 11:00 a.m., Club 200, 190 Garry Street.
Double vaccination cards (digital or hard copy) required.

To post a condolence online, go to
passages.winnipegfreepress.com

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Oct 16, 2021

Condolences & Memories (6 entries)

  • I knew her almost 30 years ago, and I still have wonderful memories. Rarely I found all that kindness and energy in only one person. Unforgettable. Rest in peace, dear Lady Zoe. Renzo and Rita, Italy. - Posted by: Renzo Gigliotti (Friend) on: Nov 07, 2021

  • We are very sad that we can’t be there to celebrate Zoe with you. She was a very special person in our extended family. Zoe exuded life and love. She definitely brightened any room she entered and we loved hearing stories about her exciting past as a professional athlete. Zoe was generous, loving and well loved, beautiful inside and out. She was energetic and a strong independent woman. A true inspiration. We already miss her so much, she will be sorely missed by our family. Zoe will always stay with us in our hearts. Joelle, Jim, Magnus and Gunnar - Posted by: Joelle, Jim, Magnus and Gunnar (Family) on: Nov 02, 2021

  • Chrissy, your mom was always such a spark when she entered a room. Loved her laugh. I am so sorry for your loss, she is dearly missed. Love Cathy Carrabre - Posted by: Carrabre Catherine (Friend ) on: Oct 31, 2021

  • Zoe was a shining light in a world of sometimes grey and darkness. What a lovely and positive personality. She would always remember to ask about my father (by name) and how my kids were doing. She carried herself always with grace and elegance. One of the people who make the world a better place. I was shocked and saddened to hear that she has left us. My sincere condolences to her family and friends. I will miss her. - Posted by: Brad Derksen (Friend ) on: Oct 29, 2021

  • Our beloved Zoe was a standout, one of a kind. Generous, caring, hard working and beautiful! Zoe resembled a model who just stepped out of Vogue magazine. A beautiful beacon of fashionable light in a comfortably attired world. We were truly blessed to have Zoe in our extended family. She was a beloved and adored member. We miss our many get togethers as Zoe lit up the room with her great energy, smiles and genuine care and interest in each family member, especially the grandchildren! Zoe conducted her life with grace, kindness and refinement. We always looked forward to her visits. Brian misses Zoe calling him J.F.K. as well as her lectures on Trump. While poking him sternly in the chest! We miss Zoe but cherish our memories of her. Brian and Johanne - Posted by: Johanne & Brian Benediktson (Family) on: Oct 26, 2021

  • Zoe our special friend since Grade 8. She was the most kind, generous and loving person. She was fun and full of positive energy. Will be loved and missed by many - Posted by: John and Ruth Livingstone (School Friends for 70 years) on: Oct 23, 2021

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