Lydia Urbasek

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Lydia Urbasek, age 79, passed away surrounded by her family on May 2nd, 2018 at Laurel Place, Surrey BC. She was born October 21st 1938, in Zabreh Na Morave, Czechoslovakia where she eventually worked her way to the postion: Head of Accounting Department. She married Lumir Urbasek on April 24th, 1965 and gave birth to her only child Irene Vissia on May 13th 1966. In October of 1968, Lydia, Lumir and Irene escaped the communism in Czechoslovakia through Austria, and immigrated to Calgary, Alberta and eventually settled in Surrey, British Columbia. She is survived by her husband Lumir Urbasek and daughter Irene Vissia and her husband Ron Vissia, granddaughter Jocelyn and grandson Jeremy. She will be greatly missed by family and friends and leaves behind a legacy of kindness and sacrifice for others

To say she will be missed by her family and friends would be an understatement. Lydia left behind a legacy of empathy, kindness and sacrifices to those she loved which will continue to inspire us all.

The memorial will be held May 24th, 11am. It will take place at Fleetwood Gospel Hall, 8725 158th street.

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  1. Geraldine Bush :

    So sad the hear that my dear friend Lydia has passed away. We met when we both worked in the offices of Coast Hotels, in the 1980s and became firm friends and confidants. Although I had not seen Lydia for more than 18 years since we moved away from the lower mainland we always kept in touch at Christmas time. She was a lovely gentle soul and she will be sorely missed by her friends and family.

  2. Michelle, Steve, and the boys :

    We are so sorry that we are unable to attend the memorial. We all loved Lydia. I can still hear her wonderful accent that made Ron giggle on a regular basis! She will be missed by all who knew her (and her amazing cooking). Xox

  3. Mrs. Ingrid Stevenson :

    Dear Lydia, you will be so missed by everyone. I remember you ever cheerful and happy to see me. You always asked me how my Mom was doing. I recall your excitement and your warm hug. I am sorry that your family will not have you around, for now. But God knew the exact minute He would open the curtain of Heaven for your arrival. “Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His Saints”. Psalm 116 vs 15. Thank you for being the very special lady that you were.

    Irene, Ron and family, my Mom and I send our heart felt wishes for your comfort. May you be comforted by the God of all comfort. 2 Corinthians 1 vs 3

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