Suzanne Mikola

Obituary of Suzanne Mikola

On Wednesday, June 1, 2022, Suzanne Mikola, resident of Strathmore, passed away peacefully at Strathmore Hospital with her beloved husband, David Mikola by her side. Suzanne lost her brief and courageous battle with cancer.

Suzanne was predeceased by her son, Mark; parents, Jean and Douglas Norn; and brother, Steven.

Suzanne is survived by her loving husband, David; daughter, Lindsay (Rob) Stewart and their two children, Aiden and Brody; brother, Mike; niece, Jessica; nephews, Michael and Jacob; she will be dearly missed by her father-in-law, Ludvik; mother-in-law, Pela; and sister-in-law, Diane; as well as her stepson, Matthew (Sherine) and their four children, Noah, Ava, Olivia and Jada; stepdaughter, Sarah; as well as other extended family and many friends.

Suzanne and David moved to Alberta from Ontario in 2004 where she worked as a bookkeeper and built a beautiful life together, only to be cut short by cancer.

The love and memories we have of Suzanne will be forever branded in our hearts.

We would like to thank the Doctors and Nurses at both the Tom Baker Cancer Centre and the Strathmore Hospital as well as her caregiver, Linda Gates for their amazing care and kindness. As well, a special thanks to Al and Carol for their love and support.


Words cannot begin to express how much Suzanne will be missed.

“She was my rock”.


Suzanne’s wish was to be cremated and no formal funeral service be held.


If friends so desire, donations in Suzanne’s memory may be made to the Alberta Cancer Foundation (



Remember me in quiet days

while raindrops whisper on your pane.

But in your memories have no grief,

let just the joys we knew remain.


Remember me when evening stars

look down on you with steadfast eyes.

Remember me if once you wake

to catch a glimpse of red sunrise.


And when your thoughts do turn to me

know that I would not have you cry.

but live for me and laugh for me-

when you  are happy so am I.


Remember an old joke we shared

Remember me when Spring walks by

Think once of me when you are glad,

And while you live, I shall not die.


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