“Jack” Fuller was born on a horse ranch near Innisfail, Alberta in 1900. At the age of 17 he participated in one of the round-ups of the Brewster horses at the Ya Ha Tinda Ranch. He describes his horse round-up experiences in his book, Red Saddle Blankets, by G.J. Fuller.
From a young age Jack was interested in painting and drawing. He was a cowhand and an artist all his life. He made life-sized dioramas for Norman Luxton; these are preserved at the Glenbow Museum in Calgary. Continue reading
Mary Woody was born on February 15, 1928 in Mountain Park, Alberta and passed away on October 12th, 2015 in the St. Albert Hospital. She was the wife of park warden Norman Woody, Jasper National Park. Mary leaves behind two daughters, Laura (Chris) and Susan (Marcel) and two sons, Dean and Leonard (Carol). Mary is lovingly remembered by her eleven grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren. Memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Society or to a charity of one’s choice.