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SASKATCHEWAN - Regina - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 105

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Eva "May" Mary Warren (née MacMillan)
August 12, 1921 - March 17, 2004
Funeral arrangements by
Park Funeral Chapel

WARREN – Eva Mary (May) (nee MacMillan). It is with great love and much sorrow that the family of May Warren announces her peaceful passing on Wednesday, March 17, 2004 at St. Paul’s Hospital. She is survived by her children, Roy (Marie) Warren of Medicine Hat, AB, Terry (Peggy) Warren of Saskatoon, SK, and Donna (Dave) Gudjonson of Saskatoon; grandchildren, Rachelle (Brad) White of Lethbridge, AB, Rob (Jayann) Warren of Medicine Hat, AB, Steven (Jackie) Warren of Toronto, ON, Doug (Jennie) Warren of Saskatoon, SK, James, Jesse, and Erin Gudjonson of Saskatoon, SK; great grandchildren, Christa, Adam and Jessica White; sisters, Jean, Fay and Christine (Bob); and friend, Harry Smith. May was predeceased by husband, Harold; infant son, Roy; and brothers, Angus, Roy, Ross and Glen. May was born in Prince George, BC on August 12, 1921. She married Harold in July 1942 and they lived in Pickle Crow, Ontario until they moved to Asquith, Saskatchewan in 1946. May took great pride in raising her family and providing them with a loving home. She was a great cook and seamstress, loved music and made it her mission to provide music lessons for her children. She was a long time member of Eastern Star, Melody Chapter in Perdue and Regal Chapter in Saskatoon, Daughters of the Nile, Guardian of Bethel No. 4 Job’s Daughters, and a member of Job’s Daughters Grand Council. May’s love of music led her to sing in church choirs and spend many hours listening to her children play their chosen instruments. In the last few years she enjoyed the piano playing of her friend Harry Smith and there were many impromptu sing-a-longs. Memorial donations may be directed to the Kidney Foundation of Canada (Saskatchewan Branch), 1 – 2217 Hanselman Court, Saskatoon, SK, S7L 6A8. Expressions of sympathy in memory of May can be made by signing “The Book Of Condolences” on website A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, March 20, 2004 at 1:30 p.m. at PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL, 311 Third Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK. Interment will follow in Asquith Cemetery, Asquith, SK. (Neysa Gruening, 244 2130.)

Frances Chelak
June 23, 1921 - March 13, 2004
Funeral arrangements by
Park Funeral Chapel

Frances Chelak (nee Kamineski) June 23, 1921, March 13, 2004. It is with sadness we announce the passing of Frances on Saturday, March 13, 2004 at St. Ann’s Nursing Home.

Frances was born in Cudworth, SK and moved to Colonsay where she later met and married Steve. His work with the Federated Co-op took them to many communities, Senlac, Borden, Govan, Wilkie and Delisle, where they owned the Delisle IGA. Frances enjoyed her work in retail sales and meeting people daily. Her faith and the church were always a strong presence in her life. In 1995, they moved to Saskatoon making St. Volodymyr’s East Court their new home. Along the way great friendships and memories were made.

Left to cherish her memory is her husband, Steve; daughters, Darlene (Gary) Romanchuk, Marlene (Darrell) Woodcock; grandchildren, Kyla, Chad and Janelle Romanchuk, Jerrod and Brody Woodcock.

Frances was predeceased by her brothers and sisters, Stanley Kamineski, Geniveve Delayen, Walter Kamineski and Josephine Oryschak. Vigil of Prayer will be held on Tuesday, March 16, 2004 at 7:00 p.m. from the Chapel at St. Ann’s Home, 2910 Louise Street, led by Rev. Fr. Matthew Hertz, OMI. The Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated at Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Church, 114 Kingsmere Place, Saskatoon, SK on Wednesday, March 17, 2004 at 11:00 a.m., with celebrant, Rev. Fr. Denis Phaneuf. Rite of Committal will follow in Woodlawn Catholic Cemetery, Saskatoon, SK.

Memorial donations may be made to the St. Ann’s Nursing Home, or the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan.

Arrangements have been entrusted to James Werezak of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL, 244 2103

Olga Klassen (née Saruk)
March 25, 1925 - March 09, 2004
Funeral arrangements by
Park Funeral Chapel

KLASSEN – Olga (nee Saruk). It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our dear Aunt Olga Klassen on March 9, 2004 at the age of 78. Auntie Olga was our friend and mother to all of us who shared in our laughter, tears and dreams. Even with her failing health she gave generously of her time and love to everyone who knew her. She is in God’s hands now, but always in our hearts. Aunt Olga was born on March 25, 1925 in Fish Creek, SK. She moved to Saskatoon where she started working at St. Paul’s Hospital and then at the Bessborough. She then met and married Abe Klassen. They had a son, Isaac who struggled with leukemia and passed away at the tender age of 7, Olga at his side. Throughout life, Aunt Olga enjoyed many hours of playing Bingo, going to casino and playing cards around the table with family and friends. Knitting, crocheting and tending her flowers were other passions she enjoyed. Her work at North Park Day Care brought great joy until her health meant early retirement. Auntie is survived by her sister, Yvonne Pennie (Toronto) ; numerous nieces and nephews; special nieces, Marlene, Arlene and Jackie; and a very dear friend, Annette. Auntie was predeceased by her husband, Abe; son, Isaac; parents, Nicholas and Emphemia Saruk; sisters, Kay Olchove, Stella Shewaga, Mary Alexandrovich; brothers, Michael, Sam, Bill and John. Prayers will be held on Friday, March 12, 2004 at 5:30 p.m. at Park Funeral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK. Divine Liturgy will be celebrated on Saturday, March 13, 2004 at 12 o’clock noon at the Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral of St. George, 214 Avenue M South, Saskatoon, SK. The celebrant will be Rt. Rev. Vladimir Mudri. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Catholic Cemetery, Saskatoon, SK. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to a charity of your choice. Arrangements entrusted to Derryl Hildebrandt of PARK FUNERAL CHPAEL, 244 2103.

Loretta Magdaline Weninger
April 12, 1920 - March 09, 2004
Funeral arrangements by
Park Funeral Chapel

WENINGER – Loretta passed away peacefully at Royal University Hospital on March 9, 2004. She was born April 12, 1920 at Allan, SK. She will be lovingly remembered by one brother, Emil (Edna) of Lanigan, SK; four sisters, Kay Kletzel of Denzil, SK, Ida Zerr of Saskatoon, SK, Victoria (Paul) Mostoway of Saskatoon, SK and Lillian (Ernest) Boechler of Edmonton, AB; her Aunt Theresa Weninger of Saskatoon; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her parents, J.J. and Matilda Weninger; sisters, Margaret Hawkins and Anne Kornelsen; brother, Gilbert in infancy; and brothers-in-law, Jim Hawkins, Emil Zerr and Jim Kletzel. Vigil of Prayer will be held at Park Funeral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK on Friday, March 12, 2004 at 7:30 p.m. The Funeral Liturgy will be held at Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Church, 114 Kingsmere Place, on Saturday, March 13, 2004 at 11:00 a.m. with Rev. Fr. Denis Phaneuf Celebrant. Interment will follow at Allan Roman Catholic Cemetery, Allan, SK. Memorial Donations may be made in Loretta’s memory to a charity of one’s choice. Arrangements are entrusted to Bonnie King of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL, 244 2103.

Miss Sharon Jean MacGowan
April 30, 1956 - March 15, 2004
Funeral arrangements by
Hillcrest Funeral Home

MacGowan - Sharon Jean MacGowan of Saskatoon passed away peacefully at home with her family on Monday, March 15th, 2004. She was born in Taber, Alberta near the family home of Vauxhall on April 30th, 1956. Sharon was predeceased by her father Gordon, infant brother Robbie and her grandparents; Annie and Alfred MacGowan, Jean and Warren Porter. She is survived by her mother Isabel, siblings; Cindy (Mark) of Sherwood Park, Mary-Lynne of Vancouver, Judy Bonn of Saskatoon, Jim (Shirley) and their children Dale, Adrienne and Jamie of Pike Lake, David and his children Shealagh, Conlan and Keely of Saskatoon, Hugh (Sharon) and their children Joshua, Michelle and Jonathan of Saskatoon, Susan (Glen) Mogenson and their children Paige, Grace and Hope of Saskatoon, Kris (Ken) Gunn and their daughter Jessica, Sharon’s god daughter of Saskatoon and Tanys of Fort McMurray, her aunts and uncles; Ethel(Jack) McDonald of Calgary, Ileen Ferguson of Edmonton, Cathy (Ian) Auld of Calgary and Carole Graham of Calgary. Sharon worked for the Bank of Montreal for 27 years in Swift Current, Maple Creek, Regina and Saskatoon. She continued in her father’s footsteps donating blood 61 times until she was diagnosed with cancer. Lieutenant Governor Weibe recognized Sharon for her dedication to the blood donor program. Sharon enjoyed spending time with her family and friends, especially with her nieces and nephews related and chosen. A celebration of Sharon’s life will be held at St. Martin’s United Church (2617 Clarence Avenue) on Saturday, March 20th, 2004 at 1:30 p.m. Sharon requested that donations may be made to the Radiation Unit at the Saskatoon Cancer Centre in lieu of flowers. The family wishes to express their appreciation to Dr. Parker, Dr. Vachhrajani, the members of the radiation unit, the home care nurses and staff at the Bank of Montreal. If you wish to sign the book of condolences in memory of Sharon the website is Funeral arrangements are entrusted to David J. Schurr of HILLCREST FUNERAL HOME (477-4400).

Lucy Agatha Leibel
Funeral arrangements by
Regina Funeral Home

LEIBEL – LUCY AGATHA, at the age of 81, late of Balgonie, SK, passed away on Monday, March 1, 2004. Lucy was born March 17,1922 at Balgonie, SK. She was predeceased by her parents, Albinus and Barbara Diewold; her loving husband Max Leibel; son Garry; son-in-law Florian Lechner and grandchild Amanda (in infancy); brothers Anton, Henry, Philip, Adam, Albert and John; sisters Katherine (Kolody) and Florence (Turk). Left to cherish her memory are Lucy’s family, daughters Mary Jane Lechner, June (Duane) Bakken, Susan (Alfred) Stiefel, Teresa (Gary) Schopf, Ellen (Mike) Leibel and Barbara (Rick) Laverdiere; sons Ron (Annette) Ruzicka, Ken (Danica), Dale (Debbie) and Patrick (Kelly) Schick; and twenty-four grandchildren. Lucy is survived by sisters Helen Wagman, Mary Leibel, Betz Wilks and, Clara Grzyb. A PRAYER SERVICE will be held at St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church, Balgonie, SK on Friday, March 5, 2004 at 7:30 p.m. A MEMORIAL SERVICE will be held at St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church, Balgonie, SK on Saturday, March 6, 2004 at 10:30 am with Father Dan Rafael celebrant. A book of condolences may be signed at Arrangements are entrusted to Regina Funeral Home (Phone 789-8850).

Daniel Kress
Funeral arrangements by
Regina Funeral Home

DANIEL, KRESS passed away Thursday, March 4, 2004 at the age of 77 years. He was predeceased by his parents, Daniel (Sr.) & Magdalene Kress; his brother, Anthony in infancy; sister, Mary Hoffman; & brothers-in-law, Martin Hoffman, Alex Runge & Adler Boire. He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Doreen (Newlove); children, Brenda (Dale) Bolen of Calgary, Irene (Garvin) Katchuk of Southey, Kenneth (Joy) Kress of Earl Grey, & Fred Kress of Regina; his grandchildren, Pamela Katchuk (Kevin Deck) of Regina, Colin (Jennifer) Katchuk of Southey, Laura (Joseph) O’Shea of Victoria Harbour, Derek Bolen of Calgary, Twila (Rob) Pambrun of Ft. Qu’Appelle, Devin Kress of Regina, & Jenna Kress of Earl Grey; great-grandchildren, Cayden O’Shea of Victoria Harbour & Emerson Pambrun of Ft. Qu’Appelle; his sisters & brothers, Magdelene Boire, Piotta (Joseph) Deringer both of Regina, Regina (Wendell) Knoll of Kendal, George (Lauretta) Kress of Odessa, Phylis (Kenneth) Baseden of Lebret, Francis (George) Heck of Holdfast, & John (Sonia) Kress of Regina; & sister- & brother-in-law, Joyce & Henry Rogowski of Dilke; as well as numerous nephews & nieces. Daniel grew up on the family farm in Kendal until moving to Craik with his family who had purchased the Craik Hotel. While in Craik he met Doreen Newlove & they were married in Moose Jaw on October 6, 1949. During their early married days, Dan & Doreen went back to the farm in Kendal before moving to Regina where Dan managed the Met Hotel till 1967 when they moved to Earl Grey where they had purchased the Earl Grey Hotel & after a few years the family moved back to Regina where Dan worked for Nuels Petroleum & later Captial Petroleum before retiring. After Doreen’s retirement, they moved back to Earl Grey till Dan suffered a stroke & lived at Pioneer Village for the last four years. Daniel loved gardening & flowers & every year he & Doreen spent many hours planting & weeding & he was especially proud of growing some of the largest tomatoes available. The family wishes to thank he staff at Regina Pioneer Village for the excellent & kind care that Dan received & especially to his nurse & friend Fawna Schuster who was with him at the start of his new journey. Dan & the family made many special friends at Pioneer Village where Dan seemed to be known by many of the staff & residents. Flowers are gratefully declined & for those who wish, donations may be made to the Regina Pioneer Village, 430 Pioneer Dr., Regina, SK S4T 6L8. A MEMORIAL SERVICE will be held at St. Cecelia R.C. Church, 5020 – 7th Ave., Regina on Tuesday, March 9, 2004 at 1:00 pm. Friends & family are invited to sign a book of condolences at Arrangements are entrusted to Regina Funeral Home (306/789 8850).

Glen "Ted" Edwin Kirby
August 29, 1941 - December 26, 2003
Funeral arrangements by
Regina Funeral Home

Special Christmas presence awaited Ted on Boxing Day when the welcoming arms of Jesus gathered him into eternal life. Ted Kirby was born premature in Moose Jaw to Mabel and Glen Kirby. On the day of his birth, his aunt Ev sent a telegram to his father saying “A son born well”. Together with his parents and sister Sandra, Ted lived in Avonlea and Claybank. Profoundly hearing impaired from birth, Ted was blessed with parents who worked tirelessly to teach him to talk and who ensured he received a solid, mainstream education. Ted excelled in sports (especially ice hockey), sociability, and mischief. When Ted was 9, the family moved to Trail, BC. Graduating from High School, Ted worked at Cominco Smelter before pursuing a career of Medical Orderly, specializing in the renal area. Ted loved working with people. In 1969, Ted went for a year to New Zealand, fell in love with the country and stayed 11 years. There he trained and worked as a Health Education Officer and a Quality Controller. He met and married his wife Shirley in 1978. They returned to Canada in 1980, and lived in Calgary, Victoria, and Nelson BC. Ted pursued studies at Calgary and Victoria Universities, and worked as a residential counsellor. On two occasions, he and Shirley fostered children with special needs. In 1989, a series of strokes forced him to retire early, but his resolute spirit drew him into valued volunteer work and foster care. In 1996, Shirley and Ted moved to Vancouver to undertake theological studies and then Regina to minister at Norman Kennedy Presbyterian Church. In May of 2003, Ted was diagnosed with severe liver disease and liver cancer. He fought a determined and courageous battle, intent on reaching the goal of his Silver Wedding Anniversary on the 23rd Dec. He gently slipped away into the welcoming arms of Jesus early in the morning of 26th Dec. Ted will be remembered for his deep and passionate faith, his unconditional acceptance and valuing of people, his determined and courageous nature, his love of the outdoors and life, his adventurous spirit, his questing mind, and his loyal and reliable friendship. He leaves to celebrate his life his devoted and much cherished wife, Shirley, loved sister and niece, Sandra and Caren McAndrew, dearly loved NZ niece Fiona, aunt Dot Davis, uncle Bud Green (Helen), NZ nieces, nephews, great-nieces and nephews, cousins, and friends from many places. He was predeceased by his parents Mabel and Glen Kirby, sister Ann, parents-in-law Mervyn and Violet Barker, brother-in-law Andrew Barker, uncles and aunts.

Following a determined and courageous struggle with liver cancer, Ted leaves behind his beloved soul partner of 25 years, Rev Shirley Barker-Kirby, to cherish his life and remember him with deep love. Ted is also survived by his precious sister and treasured niece Sandra and Caren McAndrew, much loved Kiwi niece Fiona Barker, various relatives in Canada and New Zealand, and his spiritual families of Norman Kennedy Presbyterian, Regina and First Presbyterian, Nelson, BC. Ted had the gift of unconditional acceptance which fitted him well for his work as a Medical Orderly, Health Education Officer, Quality Controller, Residential Counsellor and foster parent. Although proudly Canadian, he also loved New Zealand, his adopted home for 11 years. A passionate sportsman, he played ice hockey into his late 40’s. Ted’s greatest vocation, and the joy of his life was serving Jesus. Heartfelt thanks to the Palliative Home Care nurses, aides and support service providers who supported Ted’s desire to remain at home. A special thanks to Drs Logan and McHattie. Visitation will be held at the Regina Funeral Home, Hwy #1 at 3:00 p.m. Thursday, January 1, 2004. A worship service of thanksgiving will be held on Friday, January 2, 2004 at 2:00 p.m. in Norman Kennedy Presbyterian Church, 5303 Sherwood Dr, Regina, with Rev Calvin Brown officiating. Flowers gratefully declined. Donations in Ted’s memory can be made to the Memorial Fund of Norman Kennedy Church, or to the Saskatchewan Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services, 2341 Broad St, Regina, S4P 1Y9. Friends and family are invited to sign a book of condolences at Arrangements are entrusted to Regina Funeral Home (Phone 306-789-8850)

“The beloved of the Lord rests between the Holy One’s shoulders”
Arohanui. Ma Ihowa koe e manaaki.

The Living Water

God is the Living Water
The ever-flowing Tide
The steady Rock of Ages
An Ocean, vast and wide.

He restores my fleeting spirit
Puts spring into my step
Adds a bit of sunshine.
Where Godly things are kept.

He is a sure Foundation
Removes the doubts and fear
When I am overcome by life
His voice, I often hear.

He is the Rose of Sharon
The Keeper of my soul
The Lily of the Valley
The One who makes me whole.

He is a gentle Current
A River, running free
My Refuge at the harbor
An Anchor on life’s sea.

He is the Living Water
The Fruit upon the vine
The Grapes when I am hungry
The Essence and the Wine.

Marilyn Ferguson

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