In Memory Of


Lulu Mae Eliason

Jan 5, 1934 - Oct 13, 2021


  A Celebration of Lulu’s life will be held at a later date.


Lulu Mae Eliason (Porter)

January 5, 1934 – October 13, 2021

Lulu Mae Eliason passed away peacefully after a brief illness and choosing to leave, she began her journey with her Lord.

Lulu Mae was born in Bearberry, Alberta and grew up in McDougall Flats along with her sister and brother and was raised by their grandmother, Mabel Crouch after their mother passed away when they were only toddlers. She attended school in Sundre and eventually moved to B.C. where she began her family. After spending many years in Prince George, B.C., Lulu Mae returned to Alberta and settled in Rocky with her sister, Helen. Lulu Mae was an avid reader and was able to answer many questions put forth to her. She kept up her daily Bible readings and continually worked on crossword puzzles. She found joy in her garden and worked very hard to keep it well tended and managed to grow a crop of grapes. Her love of nature was evident when she was taken out west on road trips and could be seen picking up a leaf and examining it. Many walks were made down to the river with Helen and many picnics out west were enjoyed with frequent stops along the highway to look at bluebells, her favorite flower. Lulu Mae had a passion for the Toronto Blue Jays and could rattle off statistics and names like a World Series announcer. Sports, old westerns, and black and white movies kept her entertained for many years and she enjoyed a road trip where she visited many historic sites along the way. Her sense of humour mixed in with downright sarcasm provided much laughter to all. Feisty comes to mind. She found employment working in the Saan store and was very proud of her position and enjoyed her fellow workers. Her standards were high and her work ethic higher. Shoe racks never looked so good in Rocky.

Lulu Mae will be greatly missed by her sons Dana and Tracy and her beloved grandson, Ethan. She is survived by her sister, Helen Billetski and brother, Charlie Porter (Maureen), sister-in-law, Phyllis Tower, her other grandchildren: Kody, Kyle Shawna Lee, Dustin and Shanelle and many nieces, nephews and friends.

She was predeceased by her son Wayne and her parents Lulu Hope Crouch and Joseph Porter.

“All my hurts, my garden spade can heal”. Emerson

A Celebration of Lulu’s life will be held at a later date.

Cremation entrusted to the Rocky Mountain Crematorium, Rocky Mountain House, AB

Rocky and Sylvan Lake Funeral Homes and Crematorium, your Golden Rule Funeral Homes, entrusted with the arrangements, 403 845 2626



She was a very good friend to my mom she will be missed.

Joyce Zirk:

My condolences to all the families of Lulu. May she rest in Peace.

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