Marjorie Merle Kendrick
On Saturday, July 31, 1999, Marjorie Merle Kendrick, late of Weyburn, passed away at Souris Valley Regional Care Centre, at the age of 72 years. Marjorie was born May 11, 1927 at Wapella. She was predeceased by her parents, Ernest and Agnes Gallop; and one brother, Ralph Gallop. She leaves to mourn her loving husband, Ken Kendrick of Weyburn; four sisters-in-law: Dolina Gallop of Regina; Eileen (Russel) Jones of Virden, MB; Irene Kendrick of Reston, MB; and Mabel Kendrick of Maclean, VA; one brother-in-law, Lyle Kendrick of Virden, MB; as well as numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral service was held Tuesday, August 3 at 2:00 p.m. from Fletcher Funeral Chapel, Weyburn, with Bill Corkum officiating minister. Interment followed in Green Acres Memorial Gardens, Weyburn. All those in attendance were considered to be honorary pallbearers. The active pallbearers were: Keith Baudria, Eddie VanDamme, Goldwin Jones, Gary Kendrick, Dean Gallop and Fraser Gallop. In lieu of flowers, for friends so wishing, donations may be made in her memory to the Arthritis Society or to the Alzheimer Association. Arrangements were entrusted to Fletcher Funeral Chapels Ltd., Weyburn.
Kenneth Charles Merrells
Kenneth Charles Merrells passed away Saturday, July 31, 1999 at the Pasqua Hospital, Regina. Born on November 2, 1925 to Frederick (Charlie) and Nettie Merrells at Windthorst, Sask., he attended school in Winnipeg, Assiniboia and Griffin. Having completed high school in 1942, he enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force, training and serving as a Kana-Code wireless operator until the end of the war in 1945. Ken attended the University of Sask. before training as a municipal administrator at Arcola. He served in this capacity at Lake Alma, Kincaid, Pense, and Rush Lake, retiring to Regina in February 1989. Ken was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion from 1945 until the time of his death and a long-time member of the Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans Association. Predeceased by his parents, Kenneth is survived by his wife of 51 years, Joy; daughters: Diane (Allan) Hind, Lumsden, Brenda (Sheldon) Angelstad, Saskatoon; granddaughters: Heather (David) Hluchaniuk, Nipawin, Allana Hind, Regina, Joleen Hind, Ottawa, Kara Hind, Regina; great granddaughter, Angela Hind, Nipawin. Ken's extended family consists of three sisters-in-law: Ione Pettit, Calgary, Jean (Donald) Fahlman, Griffin, Myrna (Peter) Kaiser, Creston, as well as a number of nieces, nephews and cousins. Kenneth requested that no funeral service be held. Following cremation a private family interment took place at Green Acres Memorial Gardens in Weyburn on August 7, 1999. For those wishing to do so memorial donations to the Canadian Cancer Association, 1470 Wascana Street, Regina, Sask. S4T 4J5, would be greatly appreciated. Arrangements in care of Unser-Rist Funeral Home Services.
Bessie Ellen Craig
Mrs. Bessie Ellen May Craig passed away peacefully at Souris Valley Extended Care Hospital, Weyburn, Tuesday, August 24, 1999 at the age of 91 years, beloved wife of the late Earl Craig. Bessie leaves to cherish her memory, her four daughters: Dorothy (Dorland) Tindall of Weyburn; Edna Hemphill of Weyburn; Margaret Uytterhagen of Weyburn; and Eileen Garling of Estevan; and her one son, Bob (Marlene) Craig of Midale. Bessie also leaves to cherish in her memory 22 grandchildren; 41 great grandchildren; ten great great grandchildren; one sister, Edna Ames of Calgary; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Bessie Ellen May Craig was predeceased by her parents, her husband, Earl Craig; three brothers: Harry Smith, Bryon Smith, and Sydney Smith; and one sister, Doris Middleton. The former Bessie Ellen May Smith was born July 10, 1908 in Winnipeg, MB, the first of six children born to Amos and Julie (Daniels) Smith. She spent her early years in Manitoba and when her father did not return home from the war, her mother made the decision to move her young family to Wainwright, AB. Grandma grew up in the Anglican Church and enjoyed attending church with her mother and siblings. She also took piano lessons as a child with her mother's insistence. In her teenage years she did sewing and hairdressing for the ladies in the community for extra money. In the 1920's she boarded the train to Saskatchewan and it was at this time that she met her future husband, Earl Craig. She and Earl were married on July 27, 1928 in Weyburn. They were blessed with four daughters and one son. Bessie enjoyed taking her children to White Rock School for church services and took great happiness in singing hymns while cooking and baking in the kitchen on the farm. Together they farmed in Midale and upon retirement in 1966, they moved to Weyburn. Bessie enjoyed cooking, baking, crocheting, sewing in her younger years and washing and meticulously ironing her dresses. She took great pride in her appearance and always enjoyed going shopping for new dresses. She also loved to play bingo and loved to go 'bingoing' with her daughters or any of the grandchildren. In 1988 Bessie moved from her suite into a condo after she fell and broke her hip. In 1995 she moved to Parkway Lodge and in 1998 took up residence at Souris Valley Extended Care Hospital. Bessie enjoyed the company of all of the nurses on 2B and considered each of them a part of her extended family. She always commented on the good care she received. Bessie loved to be around her family and grandchildren who were very dear to her, she always remarked on the large number of grandchildren that she had and was proud of all of them. She was very proud of the fact that the Craig legacy would continue with the birth of her great grandson Denzel Craig in March 1999. Grandma, you will be missed - We Love You. Funeral service was held Saturday, August 28, 1999 at 6:00 p.m. from Fletcher Funeral Chapel, Weyburn, with Pastor Larry Rempel officiating. Interment followed in Green Acres Memorial Gardens, Weyburn. Active pallbearers were her grandsons: Brad Tindall, Ron Carlson, Jim Garling, Kiley Craig, Troy Craig and Jim Hubbs. Those wishing to express their sympathy may donate to the Alzheimer Association of Sask. or to a charity of your choice. Arrangements were in care of Hastings-Dionne Funeral Home Inc., Weyburn.
Marjorie Marele Hughes
Marjorie Marele Hughes (Sturgeon) passed away on August 21, 1999, at the age of 61 after a very courageous battle with cancer. Her parents, William and Olive Sturgeon and one brother Nevelen predeceased Marge. She will be lovingly remembered by her husband, Garry of Midale, and their children: Catherine (Stanley) Stapleton of Edmonton, AB; Stephen (Joanne) Hughes of Fairview, AB; and Rebecca (Ian) St-Laurent of Edmonton; grandchildren: Chantalle and Natasha Stapleton, Stacy, Shawn, Brendan, Kristen, Tiffany and Kimberly Hughes; one sister, Kathleen (Jack) Hancock of Halbrite, SK; one brother, William (Esther) Sturgeon of Midale; many nieces, nephews and friends. Marge was born in Regina on April 14, 1938. She was raised at Pleasant View Farm near Halbrite. She took all her schooling in Halbrite earning many awards at school. She graduated one year earlier than normal. Marge had a fascination with the unknown and spiritual worlds. As a child she would sit on one of two large rocks at the farm and gaze at the stars. She loved to read. This passion for reading stayed with her right up to her passing. She met Garry Hughes of Huntoon area while visiting at her brother's farm nearby. After two and a half years of dating, they were married May 25, 1957 at the United Church in Halbrite. They made their home in Midale until 1978 when they moved back to Pleasant View Farm. Marge worked at the Midale Post Office for 38 years as a postal assistant. She enjoyed the office work of the post office and the fellowship of the customers. While the children grew up Marge enjoyed being apart of their lives by being a Brownie and Girl Guide leader and most definitely a hockey mom. She enjoyed the family outings, going skidooing and having winter barbecues and also the annual fishing trip. Marge always went out on the boat, but it was found out in later years that it was only for the children's safety. She was an avid sewer, making clothes and doll clothes for the family. She enjoyed her crafts and music. There were often jam sessions with the accordion or piano with Garry on the guitar. As the children started leaving home her interests changed to include collecting and making dolls, training and showing dogs and desktop publishing on the computer. Marge was a major league shopper. She was a member of several groups: Souris Valley Antique Association; Halbrite Craft Club; Halbrite Sunshiners Club; Weyburn Twirlers Dance Club; Weyburn Oldtime Dance Club. She was a member of the Grace United Church in Weyburn. Funeral service was held Tuesday, August 24 at 2:00 p.m. from Grace United Church, Weyburn, with Bill and Marilyn Corkum as officiating ministers. At Marge's request, Bill spoke to the grandchildren leading into the hymn, "In the Bulb there is a Flower." Interment followed in Halbrite Cemetery. Honorary pallbearers were those able to sit with Marge both at home and in the hospital. Active pallbearers were Shawn Hughes, Brendan Hughes, Don Sturgeon, Ken Sturgeon, Kelly Gill and Gary Sidloski. The Souris Valley Antique Association, Halbrite Sunshiners and Halbrite Craft Club served lunch at the Midale Civic Centre. Arrangements were entrusted to Fletcher Funeral Chapels Ltd., Weyburn.
John Cuddie Dow
On Sunday, August 29, 1999, John Cuddie (Jack) Dow, late of Weyburn, passed away at the Regina General Hospital at the age of 87 years. Predeceased by his parents, Thomas and Dot Dow; wife Irene in 1981; one brother and sister-in-law, Earl and Jean Ledingham; and a nephew, Harvey Ledingham. Jack is survived by one daughter, Patricia (Don) Funk of Pincher Creek, AB; three grandsons: Terry (Collette) Funk and their daughter, Melissa of Edmonton, AB; Jeff Funk of Edmonton; and Darren Funk of Innisfail, AB; two sisters-in-law: Ethel (Alf) Arendt of Havre, MT; and Elsie (Carl) Hoover of Racine, MN; and special friend, Doreen Wagner of Estevan. Jack was born October 4, 1911 at McTaggart, SK. He was an only child, his parents having come to Canada in 1910 from New Zealand. All of his relatives remained in New Zealand. Jack attended public school in Goodwater, SK and high school in Weyburn. On September 24, 1938 he married Olive Irene Ledingham. They farmed at Delight and Colgate before moving to Weyburn in 1951. Jack then worked for Barber Motors for 20 years as parts manager. Jack enjoyed playing cards, especially cribbage, fishing, and hunting big game and birds. He received his pilot's licence in 1968 and enjoyed flying his airplane. In 1986 he took a trip to New Zealand to visit his relatives and see the place called 'Dowfield' where his dad was born and raised. Jack was a member of the United Church, and a lifelong member of the Elks. He belonged to the Masons and Shriners, was past president of the Agricultural Society, and a charter member and first president of the Colgate Credit Union. A memorial service was held Friday, September 3, at 2:00 p.m. from Grace United Church, Weyburn, with Bill Corkum officiating minister. 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 his memory to the Grace United Church Building Fund or to the Kidney Foundation of Canada. Arrangements were entrusted to Fletcher Funeral Chapels Ltd., Weyburn.
Leslie Albert Wright
On Tuesday, August 3, 1999, Leslie Albert Wright, late of Weyburn, passed away at Souris Valley Extended Care Centre, at the age of 83 years. Predeceased by his father and mother, Ephraim and Zella Wright; and four brothers; Melville, Leo, Ralph and Rodger. Leslie is survived by his wife, May Wright of Weyburn; his son, Darcy (Denise) Wright of Estevan; his grandchildren: Michael of Regina; Dyana of Estevan; and Daryl of Estevan; one sister, Hannah Morrish of Thunder Bay, ON; one sister-in-law, Laura Wright of Thunder Bay, ON; one brother-in-law, Reg (Edna) Worton of Devonshire, England; special friend, Helen Chambers of Kemptonville, ON; as well as many nieces and nephews. Leslie Albert Wright was born July 13, 1916 at Montmartre, SK. He was raised on the farm and received his grade seven education. Leslie enjoyed working on the farm as he loved anything connected with the land and nature. He helped build highway 48 near Montmartre with a team and wagon. He lived at Wolseley prior to enlisting, and served from 1940 to 1945 with the first Canadian Survey Regiment R.C.A. in North Africa, Sicily, Italy, France, Belgium and Holland. On September 25, 1943 Leslie married May Alice Worton at St. John's Anglican Church, Frederick Crescent Brixton SW 9 in London, England. They lived at Huronville, Moffat, Greenville areas, Kayville for six years, Creelman for six months, Handsworth for two years, Oungre for 12 years and Weyburn for 20 years. Leslie was a grain buyer from 1957 to 1978, but always was a farmer at heart. He married couples on farms from 1946 to 1957, and was a hunter, fisherman and horseman. He enjoyed golfing, curling, horseshoes and travelling all across Canada. He also enjoyed baseball and was a left handed baseball pitcher. His whole life was a special event and he had a great love for his family. A memorial service was held Saturday, September 4 at 10:00 a.m. from the auditorium of the Royal Canadian legion in Weyburn, with Rev. John Ferrier officiating. Interment followed in Green Acres Memorial Gardens, Weyburn. For friends so wishing, donations may be made in his memory to the Legion Memorial Fund. Arrangements were entrusted to Fletcher Funeral Chapels Ltd., Weyburn.
Floyd Rufus Hyer
Floyd Rufus Hyer of Lang, SK passed away Monday, August 30, 1999 after a brief illness at the age of 76 years. Floyd was predeceased by his loving wife Elsie, his parents John and Mary and his twin brother Fred. He will be remembered by his family: daughters Gene (Charles) Greentree, Smithers, BC; Nancy (Steve) Erb, Yellow Grass; Anne Giam, Regina; Harriet Bastura, Shaunavon; Kathy (Dalton) Hockley, Yellow Grass; sisters Katherine Kronberger, Florence Hockley, Hazel (Pudge) Ralston of Lang and Anne (Dick) Roth of Fairfield, Iowa; 17 grandchildren; numerous great grandchildren; and cherished friends. Floyd was born and raised in the Lang area, and farmed there much of his life. Floyd and his family moved to the Arcola area for awhile where he operated a trucking business. Following this they moved to BC where he worked as a maintenance engineer with BC ferries, then back to the prairies and Lang. A graveside memorial service was held at 2 p.m. on Friday, September 3 at the Lang cemetery with fellowship and lunch following at the Lang Community Hall. In lieu of flowers, friends so wishing may make donations, in memoriam, to the Canadian Cancer Society. Arrangements were in care of Unser Rist Funeral Home, Regina.
Cecil James Kennedy Mooney
On Monday, September 6, 1999, Cecil James Kennedy Mooney, late of Pangman, passed away at the age of 84 years. Predeceased by his parents, Norman and Mary (Maime); his wife, Mary; one sister, Marion Hill; and one brother-in-law, Albert M. Hill (Bud). Cecil is survived by his nephew, Elton (Pat) Hill of Ogema and great nephew, David (Nola) Hill and their family: Ashley, Kaylan and Brittney; and great niece, Charlene (Colin) Guraluick of Kayville and their family: Cody and Tyson, as well as many cousins and their families. Cecil James Kennedy Mooney was born July 11, 1915 at Glasnevin, SK. He took his schooling at Thorndyke School. In 1953 he married Mary George at Assiniboia. Cecil and Mary lived on the farm until for health reasons, she moved to the home in Bengough. Mary passed away in March of 1992, and Cecil moved to Ogema in 1993, then went to Pangman Personal Care Home in 1997, where he lived at the time of his passing. Cecil's main interest was farming. He enjoyed attending Ogema Fair Day and Christmas Day was also very special to him. He was very musical, playing the piano and singing his favorite tunes. He will be sadly missed by all those he knew and loved. Funeral service was held Thursday, September 9 at 2:00 p.m. from Ogema United Church, Ogema, with Rev. Christa Eidsness officiating. Interment followed in Ogema Cemetery, Ogema. All those in attendance were considered to be honorary pallbearers. The active pallbearers were: Larry McKerricher, Bob Verboom, Terry Mooney, Earl Owen, Blair Knutson and Darryl Wiles. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to the Deep South Personal Care Home, Pangman. Arrangements were entrusted to Fletcher Funeral Chapels Ltd., Weyburn.
On Tuesday, August 31, 1999, Mrs. Edith Chivers-Wilson passed away at the Weyburn Special Care Home at the age of 101 years. She was predeceased by her husband, Harold (Slim) Chivers-Wilson in 1966; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Toyer; one brother and three sisters. Edith leaves to mourn four nephews and one niece in England; also a nephew in Ontario. Edith came to Weyburn in 1929 and worked at the Saskatchewan Hospital, following graduation in 1934. She was very active in the Anglican Church, also a member of the Alexandria Rebekah Lodge of Weyburn. At the request of the deceased a grave side service was held on Tuesday, Sept. 7 at 3:00 p.m. in Hillcrest Cemetery, with Rev. Julie Collings officiating. Funeral arrangements in care of Howard and Bill Ferguson.
On Saturday, September 4, 1999, Josephine Kuntz, late of Weyburn, passed away at the Weyburn Special Care Home at the age of 85 years. Predeceased by her husband, Emmanuel E. Kuntz, August, 1997; her parents: Raphael and Annie (nee Moser) Schnell; six brothers and three sisters-in-law: Frank, Alphonse (Doris), Ralph, Paul (Gladys), Joseph and Peter (Tillie); one sister, Annie; three brothers-in-law: William Payne, Don Innes and William Karpuiak; two grandsons: Kelly Kuntz and Michael Marcotte; two great grandsons: Joshua and Zackary Kuntz. Josephine is survived by her two sons: Alphonse (Norma) of Torquay, and Jerome (Carol) of Regina; three daughters: Ilene (Hughie) Knockwood of Dorchester, NB; Lavine (Ken) Stepp of Weyburn and Caroline (Henry) Marcotte of Regina; five sisters and four brothers-in-law: Margaret Innes, Marie (Norman) Bridger, Frances (Ted) LaRose, Doreen (Stan) Cook, and Katherine (Brian) Watters; two sisters-in-law: Ragna Schnell and Yvette Schnell; 16 grandchildren, 23 great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Josephine was born June 22, 1914 at Bromhead, SK. She was raised on a prairie farm with her six brothers and six sisters. On January 16, 1939 she married Emmanuel Kuntz in the Roman Catholic Church in Marienthal. They resided in the Torquay District until 1986 and then moved to Weyburn. Josephine was involved in the Torquay Home and School, Torquay Ladies Club, Greenville, Torquay and Soo Line Homemakers. She was president of the Red Cross, Torquay branch from 1955 to 1978. In 1976 she was honored with a life membership from the Saskatchewan Women's Institute in recognition of 30 years of faithful work in club and community activities. She also belonged to the Torquay 50 and over club, and was a charter member of the Torquay CWL, having received her 40 years CWL pin. Josephine and Emmanuel celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary and traveled extensively in Canada and the U.S.A., and in 1966 they spent 3 months in Europe. She enjoyed knitting, crocheting, sewing for her family and gardening. In her leisure time she enjoyed reading and playing cards with family and friends. Prayers were said Monday, September 6 at 7:30 p.m. from Fletcher Funeral Chapel, Weyburn. The funeral mass was held Tuesday, September 7 at 2:00 p.m. from St. Vincent de Paul Roman Catholic Church, Weyburn, with Father Francis Hengen celebrant and Father Norman Marcotte con-celebrant. Interment followed in Green Acres Memorial Gardens, Weyburn. Members of the CWL formed an Honor Guard. The active pallbearers were: Shawn Stepp, Curtis Stepp, Trevor Stepp, Todd Stepp, Brent Marcotte, Henry Knockwood, Randy Knockwood, Kevin Kuntz and Bobby Kuntz. For friends so wishing, donations may be made in her memory to the Alzheimer Association. Arrangements were entrusted to Fletcher Funeral Chapels Ltd., Weyburn.
Marlene Rosine Gall
On Sunday, September 5, 1999, Marlene Rosine Gall, late of Weyburn and formerly of Osage, passed away at the Weyburn General Hospital at the age of 61 years. Predeceased by her parents, Elma (Pointer) and David Kitchen; two brothers: Vergil Kitchen (in infancy) and Elton Kitchen; one brother-in-law, Magnus Nelson and by her husband, Louis Gall on May 3, 1998. Marlene is survived by three children: Wilfred Gall (Tina and April Soloway) of Weyburn; Dwight Gall of Osage; and Karen Gall (Kevin Hennig) of Weyburn; five grandchildren: Charlene Gall, Patricia Gall, Michael Gall, Karlene Hennig and Kelsey Hennig; three sisters: Pat Mitchell of Sparwood, BC; Joyce Nelson of Weyburn and Sally (Ken) Kencaid of Avonlea; three brothers: George (Carol) Kitchen and Robert (Merna) Kitchen, all of Avonlea; and Linden (Maryanne) Kitchen of Atikokan, ON; one sister-in-law, Trish (Elton) Kitchen of Moose Jaw; as well as numerous aunts, uncles, nephews and cousins. Marlene Rosine Kitchen was born on June 17, 1938 during the depression at Section 1, Township 12, Range 23 W2, near Truax, SK. Her proud parents were Elma (Pointer) and David Kitchen and she was the fifth child of nine siblings. Marlene attended Moorefield Country School near Truax, Sunshine Country School near Avonlea, and Avonlea School in Avonlea for grades 1 to 9. After grade nine she entered the work force as a waitress at the Town and Country Cafe in Gravelbourg, the Regent Cafe in Gravelbourg, the Avonlea Cafe in Avonlea and the Forest Lawn Hotel Cafe in Calgary, AB. In 1958 she met Louis Gall, who was renting some land near Osage from Tina Sivy. Louis and Marlene were married on June 17, 1961 at the Holy Trinity Church in Cedoux. They purchased Section 24-11-13 W2 in the R.M of Wellington #97 and began their family. Marlene and Louis had three children. Their first son, Wilfred was born on April. 28, 1962; second son, Dwight was born on September 10, 1965; and their only daughter, Karen was born on September 1, 1966. There were many good times and get togethers on the farm with family and friends. Marlene and Louis resided on the farm until October, 1991 when they retired and moved to their new residence at 64-10th Street in Weyburn while Dwight remained on the farm. Louis passed away on May 3, 1998. Marlene enjoyed gardening, auction sales, garage sales, visiting with family and friends, playing cards or games, watching movies and looking after her home. She undertook different pastimes over the years, such as selling Holiday Magic, Quazar, Amway, Avon and Tri-Chem painting. She was exceptionally gifted when using her hands to crochet afghans, baby items, doll clothes, doilies, etc., knit scarves, mitts, slippers and the making of various crafts and flower arrangements. She enjoyed collecting various items such as Avon Dolls, collector plates, collector spoons, bells, goose dishes and knick knacks, porcelain dolls, mini Barbie dolls, etc. Her love of flowers and yard ornaments showed in her yard. Marlene spent most of her time planting and caring for her garden and flower beds. Another passion of hers were the Thursday garage sale escapades with her sisters, Joyce and Sally, or daughter Karen. Marlene treated herself to the occasional bingo game or auction sale, but enjoyed quiet evenings at home watching movies or listening to music and crocheting. She relished visits from family members and friends and was always the perfect hostess. Her favorite holiday was Christmas, and she loved to shop for gifts, spending the whole year searching for presents to give her family and friends. She would rather give than receive, and had plenty for all. Marlene lived a quiet, simple life, but her greatest pleasure was her complete devotion to her children and grandchildren. She was an exceptional mother and and incredibly doting grandmother. She frequently had her grandchildren stay overnight to keep her company and deeply enjoyed any time they spent with her. All five grandchildren adored her. In May 1997 she was diagnosed with breast cancer, of which she was a fighter and a survivor. Marlene began having back pain in the summer of 1998. She was diagnosed with Osteoporosis and Arthritis that fall and struggled, but continued to fight and hide her pain. She never complained or asked "why me?" Her pain and suffering became more apparent as months passed and on July 27, 1999 she was diagnosed with bone cancer. By this time it had spread significantly and continued to grow. She posed a gallant fight and was the perfect patient, never gave up hope right until the end. She lost her courageous fight on September 5, 1999. To her we owe nothing short of total admiration and respect. She was the epitome of strength and endurance. Though God granted Marlene a short life and we feel cheated that she was taken from us so young, we must learn to be grateful and feel priviledged that she came along at all. The chances of having someone so unique and special to be a part of our lives is very small and for this we will be forever grateful. She had enough love in her heart to encompass everyone. Marlene was incredibly kind, generous, compassionate, forgiving, admirable, genuine, determined and pure of heart to the depths of her soul. Through all the adversities and trials in her life she continued to overflow with compassion and endearing qualities. All who knew her loved her. She will be dearly missed. Prayers were said Wednesday, September 8, at 7:00 p.m. from St. Vincent de Paul Roman Catholic Church, Weyburn. The funeral mass was held Thursday, September 9 at 2:00 p.m. from St. Vincent de Paul Roman Catholic Church, Weyburn, with Father Francis Hengen Celebrant. Interment followed in Cedoux Cemetery, Cedoux. All those in attendance were considered to be honorary pallbearers. The active pallbearers were: Troy Kincaid, Tony Kitchen, Don Gall, Ron Gall, Wayne Gall, and Dwayne Nelson. Those so wishing may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, Allan Blair Cancer Clinic or the Weyburn General Hospital in her memory. Arrangements were entrusted to Fletcher Funeral Chapels, Ltd., Weyburn.