Althea Violet Becker
On Friday, May 12, 2000, Althea Violet Becker, late of Weyburn, passed away at the Weyburn General Hospital at the age of 76 years. Predeceased by her parents, Harry and Lavina Hemphill; her husband, George Becker; her son, Douglas Becker; brother Harry Hemphill; sister Jean; sister-in-law Marion; brother-in-law Alex; and parents-in-law, Clifton and Edith Becker. Althea is survived by her granddaughter, Marcie and her daughter-in-law, Marlene of Weyburn; three brothers: Norman (Jean), George (Elva) and Harvey; three sisters: Colleen (Elvin), Edna (Charles) and Gertie; sister-in-law, Joyce; as well as numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Althea Violet Becker was born January 16, 1924 on the family farm south of Weyburn. Moving to Weyburn in 1929, she attended Assiniboia School and the Weyburn Collegiate. She worked at the mental hospital in Weyburn as a psych nurse for one and a half years, then at Canada Safeway until July 1945 when she married George Becker of the South Sask. Regiment, having returned from five years army service overseas. They had met as teenagers at Carlyle Lake and corresponded during the war. They were married in Knox Presbyterian Church in Weyburn on July 11, 1945. She and George had one son, Douglas born May 12, 1949 and one very special granddaughter, Marcie, who was the joy of her life, born September 23, 1985. Douglas passed away January 1, 2000. Althea was a member of Knox Presbyterian Church since 1944 and taught Sunday School for 28 years, and was the leader of the Lily Simpson Mission Band for children of the church for many years. She belonged to the Daughters of the Kirk as well as the ladies Orange Benevolent Assoc. of British America. Her life was her family. She lived in Weyburn all her life, spending summers at their cottage at Carlyle Lake with George until he passed away June 24, 1988. Funeral service was held Tuesday, May 16 at 2:00 p.m. from Fletcher Funeral Chapel, Weyburn, with Rev. John Ferrier officiating. Interment followed in Hillcrest Cemetery, Weyburn. The active pallbearers were: Clarence Goebel, Bryan Kwochka, Jay Robins, Larry Eskdale, Elwood Whitrow and Garry Holtz. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her memory to the Canadian Cancer Society Research Division. Arrange-ments were entrusted to Fletcher Funeral Chapels Ltd., Weyburn.
William (Bill) Brown
On Thursday, May 11, 2000, Bill Brown, late of Fillmore, passed away at the Fillmore Health Centre at the age of 93 years. Predeceased by his parents, William and Minnie Brown; two brothers: Art Brown and Andy Brown; two sisters-in-law: Maggie Brown and Grace Brown; one nephew, Stan Greig. Bill is survived by one niece, Vi Greig of Creelman; two great nephews: Don (Darlene) Greig of Fillmore; and Jim (Pat) Greig of Weyburn; one great niece, Laurie (Cory) Sivertson of Victoria, BC; one great great nephew, Tyson Greig; five great great nieces: Lisa Greig, Ginene, Jennifer, Dailene Sivertson and Amanda Goheen. William Brown was born February 2, 1907 at McLean, SK. He moved from Qu'Appelle when he was seven weeks old along with his parents and two brothers, Arthur and Andy, to the Freewill District. He attended Freewill School until Grade 8. Bill lived on a farm all his life. He farmed with Art and Andy until he purchased his own farm in the Crieff District. He was a very witty person and had some good 'one liners' that he often used on friends and family. Bill kept busy with farming, doing carpentry work, gardening, growing flowers. He enjoyed playing cards, especially crib and watching sports on TV like baseball and hockey. He loved animals and always had dogs and cats. He always decorated his house on the outside with lights at Christmas time and won prizes for his displays. He was president of Freewill Snow Plow Club for many years, president of Fillmore Co-op, helped with the formation of and acted as president and secretary of Fillmore Drop In Centre where he called bingo for many years. He belonged to the Huronville United Church. In the 70's he moved to Fillmore after retiring from farming, but was busier than ever with working in the lumber yard, doing carpentry work and ploughing gardens and blowing out everyone's driveway in the winter. He was Greyhound bus ticket agent for 20 years and became friends with all the drivers who would always stop at least ten minutes for a cigarette or to get the latest ball or hockey scores whether they were behind schedule or not. At the age of 90 years, he sold his house and moved to Fillmore Health Center. He enjoyed his birthday parties held at the Health Centre, and the entertainment, especially the 'Jug Band'. Funeral service was held Monday, May 15 at 2:00 p.m. from Grace United Church, Fillmore, with Rev. Heather Lea officiating. Interment followed in Fillmore cemetery. All those in attendance were considered to be honorary pallbearers. The active pallbearers were: Larry Wiggins, Walter Nixon, Ivan Beare, Les Johnston, Tyson Greig and Jim Greig. Those wishing to express their sympathy may donate in Bill's memory to the Fillmore Health Centre or to Fillmore Drop In Centre. Arrangements were in care of Hastings-Dionne Funeral Home Inc., Weyburn.
Linda Rae Struthers
On Thursday, May 4, 2000, Linda Rae Struthers, late of Vancouver, BC and formerly of Weyburn, passed away at Vancouver General Hospital at the age of 46 years. Predeceased by her father, Stuart Ray Struthers; grandparents: Mary Ann and Hugh Drolet and Marion and Ralph Struthers; step grandparents, Gladys (Pederson) and Rueben Olson; aunt Eileen Struthers; uncles: Leonard Drolet and Dugene Brown. Linda is survived by her mother and stepfather, Beth and Russell Olson of Weyburn; her sisters and brother: Debbie Struthers, Doug (Nadine) Struthers, Nancy (Myles) Keyowski and Lisa (Greg) Peters; nephew and niece: Daniel Peters and Olivia Keyowski; as well as numerous aunts, uncles and cousins; and the staff of Easter Seal House, Vancouver, and her many friends in Vancouver. Linda was born April 15, 1954 in Regina. She received all her education in Weyburn. She worked one year at Souris Valley in Weyburn, then took nursing at Kelsey in Saskatoon. She wrote her R.N. and nursed in Regina, Vancouver, Los Angeles and Toronto. Linda was involved in drama and worked behind the scenes while in school at the Weyburn Comp and while in Vancouver and Toronto and was involved with the Trikkie club, which was a fun group in Vancouver. She enjoyed sewing and doing crafts. Family was very important to Linda and she was especially excited over the birth of her dear nephew Daniel and niece Olivia. She had very special feelings for the Lions Easter House where she worked the last four years. They became her family away from home. A memorial service was held at Easter Seal House in Vancouver on May 7 with many friends participating. A lily was planted there in her honor. Memorial service was held Saturday, May 20 at 1:00 p.m. from Knox Presbyterian Church, Weyburn, with Rev. John Ferrier officiating. Interment followed in Hillcrest Cemetery, Weyburn. All those in attendance were considered to be honorary pallbearers. For friends so wishing, donations may be made in her memory to the Easter Seal House, 3981 Oak Street, Vancouver, BC or to the Canadian Cancer Society. Arrangements were entrusted to Fletcher Funeral Chapels Ltd., Weyburn.
Mary Ellen Jane (Timmons) Sawyer
Mary Ellen Jane (Timmons) Sawyer passed away on Monday, January 17, 2000 at the age of 91 years. She was born on the farm in the Oakley District near Alida, SK the youngest of ten children. Mary was predeceased by her husband Harvey in 1987, her parents Thomas and Mary (Polly) Timmons, her six sisters and three brothers. She is survived by two sons Ross (Nora) of Innisfail, AB; Barry (Wilma) of Bon Accord, AB; and three daughters Sheila (Lloyd) Hall of Fillmore; Della (Derwyn) Reed of Edmonton; AB; and Edna (Gordon) Gessell of Devon, AB. She is also survived by 16 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren, two brothers-in-law, seven sisters-in-law, and several nephews and nieces. Harvey and Mary farmed in the Glen Ewen district for many years before retiring to Oxbow. They then moved to Fillmore in 1981 to be closer to their daughter, Sheila. At the time of her death, Mary was a resident of the Fillmore Health Center. Mary enjoyed handiwork and crafts all of her life and especially enjoyed music. She was well known for her excellent knitting and crocheting. She loved to have visitors drop in and in her later years especially looked forward to visits from her grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Roy was born February 7, 1929 at Arcola, SK. He passed away on May 13, 2000 at the Weyburn General Hospital. He was the eldest child of Gordon and Ruby Smiley of Arcola. In 1952 he met and married Leona Sanheim and to this union they had three children. Roy was predeceased by his parents, Gordon and Ruby Smiley and a sister, Mildred. He is survived by his wife Leona of 48 years; daughters: Linda (Wally Kaminski) of Regina; June (Wes Boychuk) of Regina; son, Larry (Roxy) of Dollard, SK; granddaughters: Toni Kaminski, Allyson and Orisha Boychuk, Phylisia and Kellee Smiley, Misty (Dave); grandson Kris (Bobbie); great granddaughter, Jordan and great grandsons, Cobyn and Kyle; two brothers: Bob (Joy) Smiley of Sarnia, ON and Joe (Betty) Smiley of Whitewood; two sisters: Donna (Don) Van Beselaere of Regina; and Shirley (Joe) Schewaga of Humboldt; many nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral service was held at Fletcher Funeral Chapel, Weyburn, with Rev. Julie Collings officiating. Pallbearers were: Robert Sanheim, Robert Stender, Wayne Stender, Bev Culbertson, Kelly Van de Sype and Walter Tytlandsvik. Interment followed in Hillcrest Cemetery, Weyburn. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Palliative Care Unit at the Weyburn General Hospital, in his memory. Arrangements were entrusted to Fletcher Funeral Chapels Ltd., Weyburn.
Jean Marie Woitas
On Wednesday, December 16, 1998, Jean Marie Woitas (nee Baldock) late of Radville, passed away at the age of 74 years. Jean was born September 30, 1924 in Sedley, SK. She is survived by her husband, Lawrence of 48 years; five sons: David (Helen) Woitas of Regina; Lyle (Susan) Woitas of Stony Plain, AB; Joseph (Gerri) Woitas of Lake Alma; Michael (Debbie) Woitas of Pilot Butte; Grant (Louanne) Woitas of Moose Jaw; and one daughter, Dianne (Archie) Foley of Coronach; 20 grandchildren; one great grandchild; her sisters and brothers: Mabel Lafurgy of Winnipeg; Edith Palmerton of Brampton, ON; Norman (Jean) Baldock of Winnipeg; Violet (Bill) Klotz of Regina; Florence (Fred) Glass and Grace (Elmer) Kilback, both of Sedley; and Margret (Roy) Kilback of Regina; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by one son, Fabian and a grandson, Jeremy; her father and mother Ernest and Amelia Baldock; sister Lilian, and brother Ernest. Many thanks to special friends and all those who helped Mom in her courageous battle with cancer over the past few years! Prayers were said Friday, December 18 at 6:30 p.m. from Holy Family Roman Catholic Church, Radville. The funeral mass was held Saturday, December 19 at 10:30 a.m. from Holy Family Roman Catholic Church with Father Francis Hengen celebrant. Interment followed in St. Blaise Cemetery, Lake Alma. All those in attendance were considered to be honorary pallbearers. The active pallbearers were: Derek Woitas, James Woitas, Dwayne Kilback, Delbert Klotz, Leo LaBelle and Natasha Woitas. For friends so wishing, donations may be made to the Radville Marian Health Center Palliative Care Fund, in her memory. Arrangements were entrusted to Fletcher Funeral Chapels Ltd., Weyburn.
Jessie Josephine "Dot" Richards
On Monday, January 18, 1999, Jessie Josephine "Dot" Richards, late of Weyburn, passed away at the age of 86 years. Predeceased by her father and mother, James and Jessie Duncan; her husband, Harold; brothers and sisters: Jim, Alex, Norman, Alice, Mary and Marjorie; grandson, Phillip Deitz; a granddaughter in infancy; and great grandson, Robert Hepburn. Dot is survived by one son Marvin (Madelene) Richards of Weyburn and one daughter, Adeline (George) Deitz of Weyburn; six grandchildren: Brenda (William) Kraft, Garth (Nadine) Deitz, Rodney (Debbie) Richards, Danny Richards, Wade (Melanie) Richards, Wendy (Robert) Hepburn, and Phillip's wife, Cathy Deitz; ten great grandchildren; one brother, Fred Duncan of Midale; two sisters: Gladys Richards of Weyburn, and Lois Duncan of Quesnel, BC; as well as many nieces and nephews. Jessie was born April 27, 1912 at Gap View, Forget, SK where she grew up and received her education.The family moved to Huntoon in 1928. On August 28,1930, Jessie was married to Harold Richards at the Baptist Church in Weyburn by T.C. Douglas. Harold and Jessie lived in various places in Ontario, Man. and Sask. They had two children, Marvin and Adeline. They lived in Huntoon until retiring to Stoughton New Hope Lodge. After Harold's passing in 1982, Dot lived in Stoughton a few more years, then moved to Pioneer Place in Weyburn. She lived there for several years, then moved to Weyburn Special Care Home, where she resided at the time of her passing. Dot was a member of the Ladies Aid at Huntoon, and a member of the United Church. She enjoyed playing cards, bingo, knitting, playing the piano and doing embroidery work and sewing. She dearly loved her family, and will be lovingly remembered and sadly missed by all. Funeral service was held Thursday, January 21 at 10:30 a.m. from Fletcher Funeral Chapel, Weyburn, with Rev. John Ferrier officiating. Interment followed in Green Acres Memorial Gardens, Weyburn. All those in attendance were considered to be honorary pallbearers. The active pallbearers were her grandchildren and great grandchildren: Garth Deitz, Rodney Richards, Danny Richards, Wade Richards, Devon Richards and Chris Deitz. For friends so wishing, donations may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association or to a charity of the donor's choice, in her memory. Arrangements were entrusted to Fletcher Funeral Chapels Ltd., Weyburn.
S. Frances Sample
On Saturday, January 16, 1999, S. Frances Sample, late of Pangman, passed away at the age of 82 years. Predeceased by her mother and father, John Milton and Alice Gertrude Bond; her husband, Robert James Sample in 1982; two sisters, Dorothy Bond and Connie Bond; and one brother, Joseph Bond. Frances will be lovingly remembered by her children: Jeff (Mary) Sample of Pangman; Elsie (Martin) Perkins of Regina; and R. Rocky Sample of Pangman; three grandchildren: Robert (Dianne) Perkins of Colorado Springs, Col.; Sandra Perkins of Regina; and Jennifer Sample of Saskatoon; niece and nephews: Gordon Sample, Karen (Larry) Murray and Barry (Isobel) Sample, and their families. Frances was born on a homestead, SE 12-8-21 W2, near Amulet on July 11, 1916. The family moved to Missouri, then to Pangman in 1919, from Pangman to the farm in 1921. She started attending Amulet school in 1922, graduating in 1935. Frances managed the household for her parents and brother, washing clothes, baking bread and looking after pigs, chickens, geese and orphaned lambs. She made clothes for her mother and herself, and coats and mittens for neighbor's children, and helped her brother, Joe with his shoe repair business. In 1939 she married R.J. Sample at Ceylon, and moved to the Black Oak school district south of Pangman. They boarded the school teacher from 1952 until the school closed in 1955, and the school bus came on the scene. Her main interests were homemaking, public speaking, and the history and folklore of her community. She spearheaded the custom of placing markers where country schools had been situated, to commemorate our early settlers. Frances was a member of the Rebekah Lodge for 20 years. She was secretary for the Pangman United Church Women, and a member of the Pangman Recreation Board for a number of years. As a member of the local branch of the Saskatchewan Genealogical Society, she has helped collect cemetery lists and index history books. Her hands were always busy whether with knitting needles, crochet hook, various crafts, or pen and paper. She was in her glory helping with events like: Homecoming 71, Celebrate Saskatchewan 1980, school reunions, and Heritage Days 1985 at which time was celebrated 75 years for Pangman and the R.M. of Norton. In 1985 she conducted tours of the town naming by memory the people who had lived there through the years. In 1981 she was assistant editor of the local history book "From the Roughbark to the Buttes." Some local diaries were later discovered and she privately published them in 1982 as "Pangman and Amulet's Past." She published "Arctic Letters" for Isabel Sheppard who had saved letters written while working at a hospital at Pangnirtung, Baffin Island. Another book, "Taxpayers and Tenants" was published in 1989 in two volumes and includes the people of Amulet, Pangman, Moreland, Old Forward, New Forward, Khedive, and the Four Corners. Copies of all these books were donated to the local libraries. Another local history book "Update 95" was published in July 1998 and Frances was secretary of that project, typing the stories into the computer. She also started collecting local municipal maps, and indexing the landholders. She was the treasurer of the local genealogical branch for 13 years, and editor of the newsletter, "Twigs and Leaves." Frances was always interested in helping others. Frances was the recipient of the Southeast Saskatchewan Volunteer Recognition Award in the Area of Heritage; in 1993, the Saskatchewan Canada 125 Award in recognition of outstanding volunteer service to Saskatchewan and Canada; the first Saskatchewan Genealogical Society Inc. Heritage Volunteer of the Year Award in 1997. Her labors of love on many books of history and folklore from our communities will live on helping others in their research of history and genealogy. A private family service was held Saturday, January 23 at 1:30 p.m. from Fletcher Funeral Chapel, Weyburn, with Rev. Christa Eidsness officiating. A private family interment followed in Pangman cemetery. Flowers gratefully declined. Donations to the Allan Blair Cancer Clinic, or the Saskatchewan Genealogical Society Inc., Box 1894, Regina, Sask. S4P 3E1. Arrangements were entrusted to Fletcher Funeral Chapels Ltd., Weyburn.
On Sunday, January 17, 1999, Anne Ksenych, late of Stoughton, passed away at the age of 84 years. Predeceased by her parents, Dmytro and Yustina Beyak; one brother, Steven in infancy; sister Pearl Syrnyk; brother Mike Beyak; sister Irene Brown; and brother Harry Beyak. Anne leaves to mourn her husband, Andrew of Stoughton; her sons; Paul James (Joan) of Guelph, ON; Donald Blaine (Lynda) of Kitchener, ON; Sylvester Andrew (Constance Roussel) of Stoughton; one daughter, Lorraine Evelynn of Moose Jaw; grandchildren: Dan, Janet, Holly, Ryan, Geoffrey and Brendan; one brother, George Beyak of Abbotsford, BC; and friend Kathleen Ksenych of Stoughton; as well as many nieces, nephews and cousins. Anne's family came through the immigration back in the 1890's from eastern Europe. She was born in Winnipegosis, MB on July 1, 1914. When asked where she was born, she would say 'under a hay stack'. Anne received her grade eight education. At a very young age she worked on the farm and was out working for other people by the age of 13. She was cooking for 25 men by that time. She married Andrew Ksenych on May 25, 1944. They had four children. Andrew and Anne lived in Inness and Foude. She ran a chicken farm and enjoyed planting flowers around the yard. Some of her many hobbies were knitting, gardening, quilting and she loved to read. She also sold many quilts. Anne was involved with the United Church and was a member of the Ladies Aid. She also attended the Greek Orthodox Church in Montmartre and Moose Jaw. She was always around her grandchildren when they were born and was very proud of her children and of their accomplishments. Funeral service was held Friday, January 22, at 2:00 p.m. from Knox Presbyterian Church, Weyburn, with Rev. John Ferrier officiating. Interment followed in Green Acres Memorial Gardens, Weyburn. All those in attendance were considered to be honorary pallbearers. The active pallbearers were Paul Ksenych, Don Ksenych, Sy Ksenych, Ryan Ksenych, Geoffery Ksenych, Dwight Brown and Duane Brown. Those wishing to express their sympathy may donate to the Canadian Cancer Research Society Inc. Arrangements were in care of Hastings-Dionne Funeral Home Inc., Weyburn.
Joseph Walter Fulawka
On Thursday, January 14, 1999, Joseph Walter Fulawka, late of Weyburn, passed away at Weyburn Special Care Home, at the age of 87 years. Predeceased by his parents, Michael and Nellie Fulawka; two brothers: Frank and Stanley Fulawka; two sisters: Mary Yurkowski and Jean Lazar; two brothers-in-law: John Yurkowski and Andrew Lazar. Joseph is survived by his wife Annie Fulawka of Weyburn; his children: Shirley (Leo) Pyret of Weyburn; Ray (Rose) Fulawka of Regina; and Iris (Bill) Fulawka of Calgary; eight grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Funeral service was held Monday, January 18 at 10:00 a.m. from Fletcher Funeral Chapel, Weyburn, with Father Francis Hengen officiating. Interment followed in Hillcrest Cemetery, Weyburn. All those in attendance were considered to be honorary pallbearers. Members of his family were active pallbearers. For friends so wishing, donations may be made to the Alzheimer's Association, in his memory. Arrangements were entrusted to Fletcher Funeral Chapels Ltd., Weyburn.
Ernest Lawrence Gerhardt
On Saturday, January 16, 1999, Ernest Lawrence Gerhardt, late of Weyburn, passed away at the age of 73 years. Ernest was predeceased by his parents: Jacob and Carolina Gerhardt; brother-in-law, Reinhold Mantay; and sister-in-law, Eva Gerhardt. Ernest leaves to mourn, his brothers and sisters: Elfrieda Mantay of Weyburn; Bernard Gerhardt of Weyburn; Wilfred (Helen) Gerhardt of Winfield, BC; Leona (Donald) Sinclair of St. Albert, AB; Violet (Andrew) Roesslein of Weyburn; Harold (Lila) Gerhardt of Nanaimo, BC; and Elmer (Betty) Gerhardt of Milwaukee, Oregon; as well as numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral service was held Thursday, January 21, at 2:00 p.m. from Hastings-Dionne Funeral Home Chapel, Weyburn, with Pastor Virgil Anderson officiating. Cremation with interment at a later date. All those in attendance were considered to be honorary pallbearers. Those wishing to express their sympathy may donate to the Weyburn Mental Health Association in his memory. Arrangements were in care of Hastings-Dionne Funeral Home Inc., Weyburn.
Lydia Florence Ledingham
On Thursday, January 14, 1999, Lydia Florence Ledingham, late of Pangman, passed away at the age of 83 years. Predeceased by her parents, Herbert and Alsie Guest; two brothers: Reg and Bill; one sister, Lillian Rowland; six brothers-in-law: Griff Heath, Alec Heath, Steve Webb, Art Orton, Bannock Rowland and Robert Ledingham; four sisters-in-law: Alice Guest, Lucille Ledingham, Grace Wolfe and Marie Nevill; one nephew, Bob Guest; and her husband, Alex on December 2, 1979. Lydia is survived by her children: Byron (Linda) Ledingham and their children: Rhonalyn, Lani and Britton of Pangman; and Grace (Eugene) Lerat and their children: Michael, Alisha, Tracey and Tyler of Regina; her brother and sisters: May Heath, Gladys Heath, Dorothy Webb, and Cecil (Marguerite) Guest, all of Pangman; and Eva Orton of Richmond, BC; two brothers-in-law Blake Wolfe and Basil Nevill of Straffordville, ON; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Lydia Florence Ledingham was born December 14, 1915 at Hardy, SK to Herbert and Alsie Guest. She took all her schooling at Egypt Valley school, a small country school. It was often told how the girls would milk eight cows before they walked the 2-1/2 miles to school. Lydia put a high value on education and was especially proud of her 100% on her grade 12 trigonometry final. Having lost her mom when she was 10, and having graduated in the depression years, this made her strong as adversity builds character. On October 30, 1940 she was united in marriage to Alex Ledingham. Alex and Lydia farmed southeast of Pangman until retiring to town in 1978. Lydia loved her garden, flowers, crocheting, knitting, and was an excellent cook and homemaker. She taught Sunday School and was especially proud of her grandchildren. Lydia valued being on time for events. It is told how all the clocks in the house when the family was growing up, were set 10-15 minutes ahead of time. She was also not one to compromise her beliefs as if to know that second rate decisions don't bring top rate results. Most important, Lydia had a deep faith in her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Lydia and Alex worked hard together the 39 years they were married. They were blessed with good family, friends and neighbors. She especially enjoyed their new home in Pangman. Due to failing health, Lydia moved to Beautiful Plains Villa in Yellow Grass in March, 1991 and then to Souris Valley Extended Care Centre, Weyburn, in September 1995. Funeral service was held Saturday, January 16 at 2:00 p.m. from Pangman Bethel Mission, Pangman, with Pastor John Rousseaux and Pastor Rudi Werner officiating. Interment followed in Pangman Cemetery. Pallbearers were Cliff Kaufmann, Barry Sample, Lloyd Lillejord, Wayne Lillejord, Wayne Powers and Harry Sheppard. For friends so wishing, donations may be made to the Deep South Personal Care Home, Pangman, in her memory. Arrangements were entrusted to Fletcher Funeral Chapels Ltd., Weyburn.