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SASKATCHEWAN - Weyburn - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 36

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George Robert and Carol Aloa Brewer

It is with tremendous sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved parents. George Robert Brewer passed away at the Elk Valley Hospital on Sunday, August 17th, 2008 at 3:50 AM at the age of 73 years. The following day, on Monday, August 18th at 3:20 AM, Carol Aloa Brewer also died in hospital at the age of 72. George and Carol will be deeply missed by sons Loren Brewer of Sparwood and Brad (Alisa) Brewer and grandchildren Shyla, Mikel, and Samantha of Prince George, B.C. They were predeceased by their parents, their daughter Lynne Caroline Brewer, and their son Gregory Scott Brewer. George and Carol moved to Sparwood from Saskatchewan in 1966 and loved the area, deciding to stay and raise their family of 3 boys. Upstanding members of the community, they were seldom seen without a smile on their faces and a friendly hello. Always together, the couple enjoyed spending time with their family, curling and camping. George loved to work; it wasn't just a job to him. He enjoyed it so much he wouldn't have retired at the age of 72 if not for the diagnosis of cancer. Carol loved to camp and curl (only watching after developing an allergy to the cold), but also had to give that up when she too was diagnosed with cancer. George and Carol's love truly endured life's trials and tribulations. Their devotion to each other even through their final days was a testament to the loving legacy they have left behind. George was born on November 22, 1934 in Chaplin, SK to parents Charles James and Annie Brewer. He is also survived by brothers Chuck (Glenness) of Fernie, B.C. and Gordon Brewer of Nelson, B.C. and many nieces and nephews. Carol was born in Vidora on July 25, 1936 to parents Orville Ernest Von Hagen and Ruby Josephine (nee Forseth). She also leaves to mourn her passing brothers Doug Von Hagen of Saskatoon and Carl (Yvonne) Von Hagen of Weyburn and her sister-in-law Betty Von Hagen of Regina, and many nieces and nephews. There was no service held by their request. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in George and Carol's memory to a local club or organization of the donor's choice such as the Sparwood Curling Club. Arrangements entrusted to Cherished Memories Funeral Services Ltd.

David Coghill
1940-2008

David Coghill, beloved husband of Connie (Rolfs) passed away on August 17, 2008, at the age of 68 years in the presence of his loving family, at Assiniboia Union Hospital. He was born to George and Ruth Coghill at Yorkton on March 5, 1940. David was an electrician by trade. He will be remembered for his great sense of humor, knack for helping others and his joy for motorbikes. He is predeceased by his parents George and Ruth Coghill. David is survived by his wife Connie; his children Karen Coghill; Kevin (Mary) Coghill; Kelly (Deloris) Coghill; Laurie (Dan) Coghill; Ben Glowatski; Tina (Rob) Overeem; Darcy (Brandy) Glowatski; 10 grandchildren and one great grandchild. His sister Laurie Craib and brother Ron (Eunice) Coghill. His step mother Mildred Coghill; half sister Marcia (Bruno) Nurenberg and half brother Don (Eileen) Coghill. A Celebration of Life Service was held on Thursday, August 21, 2008, at 2:00 p.m. at the Oasis Outreach Church, Assiniboia with Rev. John Ferrier officiating. Special music was done by Rod and Irene Stock. Herb Suter read the eulogy. Pallbearers were Dan McLenaghan, Dave Gaudaur, David Dean, John Rolfs, Duane Coghill and Don Coghill. Honorary Pallbearers were "All those whose life David touched." Following the Service everyone was invited to join the family for lunch at the Oasis Outreach Church Hall. Memorial Tributes may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation 2360 2nd Ave. Regina, SK S4P 9Z9. Arrangements were entrusted to Piche-Hawkins-Grondin Funeral Chapels, Gravelbourg and Assiniboia.

Marie Rose Cecile Cascagnette

Cascagnette, Marie Rose Cecile age 88, passed away October 30, 2008 at Cypress Regional Hospital, Swift Current, SK. The Funeral Service was held at Seventh Day Adventist Church, Swift Current on Monday, November 3 at 11:00 am with Pastor Brian Bechthold and Pastor Graham Glover officiating. The organist/pianist for the service was Lorna Gehl and a Saxaphone solo was played by Amy Carduner. Interment of her cremated remains will be held at a later date in Pobida Cemetery, Beauvallon, AB. at her late husband's grave site (Clement Francis Cascagnette). Cecile was survived by sisters: Jeanne Briggs and Yvette (Roy) Hayes of Montrose, BC; sister-in-law: Laura Desnoyers of Montrose, BC; nine children: Yvonne (Jim) Mohagen of Swift Current, SK, Marguerite Cascagnette of Swift Current, John (Marlene) Cascagnette of Eagle, NB, Ron (Pauline) Cascagnette of Success, Denise (Brian) Bechthold of Edmonton, AB, Therese (Andrew) Wuttunee of Saskatoon, SK, James Cascagnette of Victoria, BC, Catharine (Gerry) Haworth of Armstrong, BC, Paul (Della) Cascagnette of Saskatoon; nineteen grandchildren: Yvonne: 2, John: 2, Ron: 4, Denise:2, Therese: 3, Cathy: 4, Paul: 2; fifteen great-grand children and 3 on the way. Cecile was predeceased by her parents: Marie-Anna and Eugene Desnoyers; her husband: Clement Cascagnette (2002); a brother: Raymond Desnoyers; brothers-in-law: Tommy Briggs, Jerome(and Mary) Cascagnette; a grandson-in-law: Michael Nunes. Cecile was born April 8, 1920 on a farm near Coderre. She was raised there until middle teens, when the family moved to Weyburn in the "Dirty 30's". She finished high school in Weyburn. She was united in marriage to Clement Francis Cascagnette on Oct.2, 1941 in Weyburn. Cecile was employed as Bank Teller until starting to raise a family. While raising her children she sewed them clothes, did baby-sitting and took in sewing. When the children were in school she worked at Co-op dry goods and later as an Aide at Mount St. Mary's Nursing Home. After her husband retired, they moved to Waldeck in 1981. She then worked as a Home Care Aide in Swift Current until age 65. Cecile and Clement moved to Two Hills, AB in 1996 and lived with daughter and son-in-law Denise and Brian Bechthold until Clem's passing in 2002. Cecile then moved back to Swift Current. Cecile was interested in people, not things. She was always trying to help people in need, showing this with kindness, thoughtfulness and generosity. She made hundreds of quilts for family and for charity , either giving them away or selling them and giving the money to charity. She also knitted or crocheted scarves, hats, mitts, afghans. Of late, many people who knew her got jars of homemade carrot/vegetable soup. She remembered birthdays and anniversaries of her many relatives and friends. Cecile's main interest was her faith. She read her bible every day and tried to spread the message of Hope and Salvation. She was very active in the Seventh Day Adventist Church. In spite of her remarkable talents, she remained modest and humble, preferring to give rather than receive. Hers was a full, productive and admirable life. Donations to Cecile's favorite charity: The Adventist Development and Relief Agency would be greatly appreciated by the family. The ADRA Canada address is: 1148 King Street East, Oshawa, ON, LIH IH8. Warren's Funeral Home were entrusted with the arrangements. For further information call (306) 773-8831 or visit our web site at www.warrensfuneralhome.com and express your sympathy to family members in our book of condolences.

Irene Muriel Glaspey

It is with deep sadness that we the family announce the passing of our dear Aunt and Step-Mother, Irene Glaspey of Parkway Lodge. Irene passed away on Saturday, November 1st at Parkway Lodge at the age of 94 years. Irene was born June 15, 1914 in the Ratcliffe district to John and Jane McMaster and she was the youngest and last surviving member of a family of fourteen children. She had ten sisters and three brothers. Irene took her schooling at Norge, Summit and Regina. On April 13, 1938 she married Gilbert Larsen at Plentywood, Montana. They lived and farmed in the Ratcliffe district for many years. While living in Ratcliffe Irene was a member of the Almar Lodge order of the Royal Purple. Gil passed away November 25, 1968. Irene moved to Weyburn in 1973. While living in Weyburn she met Maurice Glaspey and they were married March 9, 1979. Maurice passed away September 28, 1997. Irene was very fond of children and babysat nieces, nephews and neighborhood children in her early years. She was talented in knitting and crocheting, she also loved to play cards and spent many enjoyable hours playing canasta, whist and bridge with family and friends. Due to ill health Irene moved to Beautiful Plains Villa in Yellow Grass in October 1997. On June 1, 1998 she moved to Parkway Lodge in Weyburn where she has resided until her passing. Irene has fought a courageous battle with Parkinson's Disease for many of her last remaining years. Irene Muriel Glaspey was predeceased by her Father John-1928,Mother Jane-1957, Her Husbands Gilbert-1968 and Maurice-1997, sister's, brother's and In-law's: Lydia (George) Crawford, Lily (Delbert) Falkner, Jack McMaster, Margret (Mac) McNaught, Maria (George) Kress, Martha (Tom) Heatherington, Ina (Joe) Debienne, Annie McMaster, Minnie (Phillip) Campbell, Robert McMaster, Isabelle (Haakon) Skjerdal, Mabel (Ernie) Texeth, John (Lucille) McMaster as well as several nieces and nephews. Irene is survived by her nephew and niece, her caregivers for many years, Orville and LouVonne Skjerdal, Moose Jaw, and their family Vern Skjerdal, Regina, Keith (Bonnie) Skjerdal, Saskatoon, Steve (Pam) Skjerdal, Airdrie, AB, and Katherine (Garth) Huber, Regina and their families. Step children: Marie (Allan) Shain, Weyburn, Wayne (Lynda) Glaspey, Victoria, BC and their families; Sister-in-law Joyce (Birger) Johnson, Fresno, CA. as well as many nieces, nephews and special friends. A memorial service was held at 1:30p.m. on Saturday, November 8th at RD Family Funeral Chapel & Crematorium with Rev. John Ferrier officiating. Interment was held at Green Acres Memorial Gardens, Weyburn. In lieu of flowers, kindly consider a donation made payable to "QUEST FOR A CURE" 701 Queen Street, Saskatoon, Sask. S7K 0M7 for research into the cure for Parkinson's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Lou Gehrig's and a wide variety of many other neurological disorders. When making a memorial donation, please enclose details. Arrangements were entrusted to RD Family Funeral Chapel & Crematorium, Weyburn (848-0333). If so desired, expressions of sympathy to the family may be sent to our website at www.rdfamilymemorialchapel.com "Our family serving your family"

Joseph Albert Henri Mazenc

Joseph Albert Henri Mazenc, late of Radville, SK, passed away on Saturday, October 25, 2008 at the age of 89 years. Joseph was predeceased by his parents Albert and Lea Mazenc; two sons in infancy, Adrien and Albert; a daughter in infancy, Evelyn; grandson, Jason Bertle Josephson; sister, Rosalie Morrissette and a brother-in-law, Tony Morrissette. Joseph leaves to mourn his wife of 60 years, Simonne Mazenc of Radville; his son Dennis (Valerie) Mazenc, Bengough and their children, Denise (Ryan), Abbey and Zachary Schmidt, Curtis (Lindsay), Gavin Mazenc; daughter Juliette (John Glab) and her children, Jason (Amy), Mya and Corbin Josephson, Sheresse Josephson, Charlene Josephson (Mike Watson), John's daughter Alicia Nesvold; sisters-in-law; brothers-in-law as well as several nieces and nephews. Joseph was born on November 11, 1918 and was raised in the Lacadia district where he spent most of his life. On November 19, 1947 he married Simonne Bourassa. They farmed in the Lacadia district until 1986 when they moved to Radville. They enjoyed their retirement in Radville. After Joseph had a stroke, Simonne looked after him until January 2000 and from then on to the Radville Marian Home until his passing. He loved farming and all that farming brought with it. He was a man who was always willing to give a helping hand, whether it was a neighbor or a community project. His ability to do whatever had to be done was amazing. Whether it was to be a mechanic, plumber, electrical or carpenter, he did all very well. Joseph's favorite pastimes were making jewelry, leather work, reading, loved going to flee markets, auction sales and redoing furniture. His favorite pastime of all was going to the coffee shop, visiting with friends and telling the odd joke along with a good laugh which everyone would remember. He also enjoyed being a member of the Elks Club in which he was a lifetime member. Joe enjoyed his family and especially his grandchildren and later his great-grandchildren. Anytime the grandchildren were brought to visit, he would spend hours with them, most of the time sitting and playing on the living room floor. Prayers for Joseph were held at Holy Family Parish Catholic Church, Radville on Tuesday, October 28th at 7:00 p.m. The funeral mass was held at Holy Family Parish Catholic Church, Radville on Wednesday, October 29th at 11:00 a.m. with Father Antony Bruno celebrant. The pallbearers were Curtis Mazenc, Ryan Schmidt, Jason Josephson, Mike Watson, Louis Delanoy and Paul Mazenc. All in attendance were considered Honorary Pallbearers. For friends and family so wishing, donations may be made in memory of Joseph to Radville Marian Health Center Palliative Care Fund. Arrangements were entrusted to RD Family Funeral Chapel & Crematorium, Weyburn (848-0333 ~ 1-888-848-0333). If so desired, expressions of sympathy to the family may be sent to our website at www.rdfamilymemorialchapel.com "Our family serving your family"

Bill Thiel

Bill Thiel was born and raised in the Tribune area and he took his schooling in the town of Tribune. As a young man he was a terrific fastball player and a "heck of a hitter". He was also a very active curler who took the game seriously and was always entertaining to watch. After graduating from High School, Bill took a job with the Red & White Grocery Store, trucking groceries from Weyburn to Tribune for a few years. When his father left the farm, Bill took over operations for a short period of time and then decided to take a job with John Deer Farm Equipment at Maxim, later relocating to Radville when the Dealership moved. He stayed with John Deer in Radville until he retired and continued to make Radville his home, purchasing his own house. He lived in his house for a number of years until he became ill and was forced into a wheelchair. He then moved to Radville Marian Home, an extended health care facility, where he lived until his passing. He made a lot of friends and Bill's crafts were able to be seen in the Marian Home and all around town. During his time in Radville he served on the Town Council, was an avid golfer and did his best to help support golf in the Radville area. Despite attempts by the family to lure him to Alberta, he was a born and bread Saskatchewan boy, Radville was his home and he did not want to leave his friends behind. Despite the fact that he did not move to be closer to his family, he always stayed in touch and with his introduction to the Internet, he was able to have live discussions with family members across Canada using live video. He and his family looked forward to these visits. Bill was predeceased by his parents, August and Perpetua Thiel; one brother, James Thiel; one sister, Anna and one brother-in-law, Gordon Garuik. With his passing he leaves behind two brothers and a sister: George (Gladys) Thiel of Sprucegrove, AB, Mildred Garuik of Calgary, AB and Joseph (Pat) Thiel of Redcliff, AB; two sisters-in-law and numerous nieces and nephews and their families. He will be greatly missed and our thoughts will always be with him. Prayers were said Wednesday, November 5 at 7:00 p.m. from Holy Family Roman Catholic Church, Radville. The funeral mass was held Thursday, November 6, 2008 at 10:30 a.m. from Holy Family Roman Catholic Church, Radville with Rev. Father Antony officiating. Interment followed in Laurier Cemetery, Radville. The Pallbearers were: Jeffery Thiel, Kevin Thiel, Stephen Garuik, Eugene Wanner, Louis Woodard, Don Bohn, Meryle Wanner and Lional Wanner. Donations may be made in memory of Bill to the Radville Marian Health Centre or to a charity of the donor's choice. Arrangements were entrusted to Fletcher Funeral Chapels Ltd., Weyburn & Radville (842-5432 & 869-2566)

John "Jack" Wing

On Monday, November 3rd, 2008, John "Jack" Wing passed away at the Weyburn General Hospital at the age of 85 years. Predeceased by his parents, Percy and Jessie Wing and by his wife, Mollie Wing. John will be lovingly remembered by his three children: Ron (Tina) Wing of Edmonton, AB and their children, Rod Wing (Tanya) and Angie (Jeff) Jones; Gary (Val) Wing of Weyburn and their children, Melissa (Owen) Scott, Graham (Angeles) Wing and Gregory) Wing (Charlotte Priddey); and Betty (Rick) Foster of Tumbler Ridge, BC and their children, Cindy (Darren) Cota, Melanie Oram and Andrea (Chris) Wilson; 14 great grandchildren; two brothers, Harry (Iris) Wing and Eric Wing, both of Yorkshire, England, as well as numerous aunts, cousins, relatives and friends. John (Jack) Wing was born November 16, 1922 in Sheffield, England, the oldest of three boys born to Percy and Jessie Wing. He attended school in England, and went to work at a drafting firm in Sheffield at 14 years old. At the age of 17 he joined the Royal Air Force and was later sent to Weyburn and stationed there. He met Mollie Wagner on New Years Eve 1942. He was sent back to England and stationed in Belgium. Mollie joined him in England and they were married on January 19, 1946. They had Ron in England and returned to Canada in 1947, making Weyburn their home. They added Gary and Betty to make their family complete. Jack started a new career at the Saskatchewan Hospital and worked his way to head Carpenter and Key Smith, until his retirement. He enjoyed camping and fishing and yearly family fishing trips to Squaw Rapids. Some of his many hobbies were darts, jigsaw puzzles and woodworking. He was a member of Zion Lutheran Church, attending regularly. He served for years on the Executive Board of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #47 and received various outstanding awards. Jack loved his grandchildren and great grandchildren passionately and he never forgot a birthday. He will be dearly missed by all. A memorial service was held Friday, November 7 at 2:00 p.m. from Zion Lutheran Church, Weyburn with Marj McLeod CLA officiating. Members of the Royal Canadian Legion held a Last Post Service. Interment followed in Hillcrest Cemetery, Weyburn. Donations may be made in memory of Jack to the Heart & Stroke Foundation. Arrangements entrusted to Fletcher Funeral Chapels Ltd., Weyburn (842-5432)

Joseph Harold Morrison

Joseph Harold Morrison, late of Weyburn, SK passed away on Monday, November 3rd, 2008 at the age of 72 years. Joe was predeceased by his parents, John and Muriel Morrison; brother, Tommy Morrison; brother-in-law, Donald Galbraith. Joe is survived by his wife, Ingrid Morrison; son, Randy (Tammie) Morrison, granddaughter, Teagan and grandson, Rylan; daughter, Terri Morrison; sisters, Florence Galbraith and family; Beatrice (Odin) Jacobson and family; Sheila (Jim) Thue and family; sister-in-law, Carol Bjorklund (Martin Bailey) and family. At Joe's request a funeral was not held, instead there was a gathering of family and friends at the Wheatland Senior Centre on Friday, November 7th, to share memories and weave a tale or two. For family and friends so wishing, donations may be made in memory of Joseph to A Weyburn Minor Sports Association or a charity of choice. Arrangements were entrusted to RD Family Memorial Funeral Chapel & Crematorium, Weyburn (848-0333). If so desired, expressions of sympathy to the family may be sent to our website at www.rdfamilymemorialchapel.com "Our family serving your family

Gerard Hector Delanoy

On Wednesday, November 12, 2008, Gerard Hector Delanoy of Radville, SK passed away at the age of 93 years. Gerard was predeceased by his parents, Hector and Marie Delanoy and brothers: Marcel, George, and Jules, and sister Germaine Delanoy, and by one son, Mauriece Delanoy. Gerard is survived by his wife, Jeanne of Radville, SK and their children: Gilbert (Marily) of Calgary, AB and children, Cherri (Paul) [Aaron, Jordan Wold, Brooklyn Doucette]; Melanie (David) [Holly, Robyn] Fakas; Roland (Barbara) of Beaubier, SK and children, Chad, Crystal (Jonathon) [Nathan, Matthew, Josee] Hutt; Robert (Diane) of High River, AB and children, Kelly (Nadie), Christopher, Lisa (Scott); Armand (Darlene) of Weyburn and children, Travis (Lindsay), Trina (Rodney) [Payton] Phillips; Louis (Shirley) of Radville and children, Jerret (Bonnie), Justin (Laura); Yvette (John) of Weyburn and children, Kyle (Stephanie), Brittney Delanoy, Garland; and several nieces and nephews. Gerard Hector Delanoy was born on July 26, 1915 in the RM of St.Rose, Manitoba; he was the only Delanoy born in Canada and was the youngest of Hector and Marie Delanoy. The Delanoy Family moved to Saskatchewan in 1928 to farm in the Lacadia District. In 1944 Dad was called for Military Service and went to Regina for training, before leaving, He asked Jeanne Bourassa for her hand in marriage and was married on August 29, 1944, a few months later he was called overseas. Dad spoke three languages, Flemish, French and English, he was asked to be the interpreter for the commanding officers, because of this He was never placed in front lines or dangerous places. Dad was away for 1 year and returned safely in Nov 1945, Mom has said many times "that year was the longest year of her life". When he returned he devoted his life to grain and cattle farming, and Mom and Dad raised a family of 7, Gilbert, Roland, Robert, Armand, Maurice, Louis and Yvette, and on many occasions had to recite each boys name to get to the one he was upset with. Cattle were his passion, he loved his cows, one day one of his Belgian cousins asked, how do you count all of the cattle? Jokingly he said " I get on the ground count all their feet and divide by four" He farmed for 35 years, and left it in Louis' hands, then moved into town, but the farm kept calling, he drove out to the farm everyday for about 10 years and became the supervisor. He helped Louis and Shirley with everyday chores, gardening and playing with the grandkids. Louis tells a story of the time Dad was filling the truck with diesel and had a little nap, when he woke the tank was overfilled and diesel everywhere, just then Louis pulled in the yard and they met in the middle of the yard, Dad, very upset, said I quit..I quit.. you can't fire me cause I quit. And went into town..a few days later he returned and Louis said, I thought you quit, Well Dad said you didn't fire me so I'm here, so I'm back!!!! Gilbert remembers when dad picked him up from school in Montmartre and on the return trip, the car stopped and was storm stayed in the vehicle for a day and a half, until the neighbors recued them. Grandpa could fall asleep anywhere, anyplace with a coffee cup in his hand and never spill a drop. He had rhythm, always sitting with his legs crossed and moving his foot to the music and his foot was very inviting to all children for a horsy ride. When he couldn't go to the farm any longer, he would ask if the cows were home from the pasture and once he was assured that they were, he was content. One year he didn't believe Louis and asked to be driven to the farm to check things out for himself and found everything in order. Dad was known for his vet skills and was called by many neighbors to diagnose problems with cattle anytime of the day or night. Dad was a gentle man that never complained, his favorite saying was "Things could be worse". He had strong hands and big heart and made sure that his family was provided for. Dad was a good teacher and one by one he taught us all how to work and to take pride in a good job. We all remember those early morning calls of "Daylight in the swamp" to get us up for the days work a bowl of oatmeal already made and waiting for us to start the day. Dad was a very patient man. He allowed us to make mistakes. As a consequence, we wrenched a lot of equipment! When we had a wreck, he simply ensured no one was hurt, assessed the damaged and got to work fixing it. Nothing much more said. We all appreciated that about Dad. We all have memories of Dad, a fond memory of Dad is that every grandchild got the funny face, the grandchildren would start crying and run away he couldn't understand that they didn't like it. And saying wov you. Grandpa was very proud of his children and their accomplishments and welcomed each daughter-in-law, son-in-law as they became a family member, he cherished all the grandkids and believed that they would accomplish much more than he could ever imagine in life. If Great grandpa Hector would have taken the Titanic like everyone wanted him to do, we, the Delanoys would not exist, all thanks to a strong will, determination and a little stubbornness. Thanks for everything Dad, Grandpa. We will miss you and we love you. Prayers were said Friday, November 14th at 7:00 p.m. at Holy Family Roman Catholic Church. The Funeral Mass was held Saturday, November 15th at 10:00 a.m. from Holy Family Roman Catholic Church, Radville with Fr. Antony Bruno officiating. Interment will be at a later date in Laurier Cemetery, Radville. The Active Pallbearers were his grandsons: Chad Delanoy, Kelly Delanoy, Chis Delanoy, Travis Delanoy, Jerret Delanoy, Justin Delanoy and Kyle Delanoy. The Honorary Pallbearers were his granddaughters: Cherri Doucette, Melanie Fakas, Crystal Hutt, Trina Phillips, Lisa Delanoy, Brittney Delanoy, Great Grandchildren and all in attendance. The Knights of Columbus #3161 and the Royal Canadian Legion #42 formed an Honor Guard. For family and friends so wishing, donations may be made in memory of Gerard to the Radville Marian Health Centre Palliative Care Fund. Arrangements were entrusted to Fletcher Funeral Chapels Ltd., Weyburn & Radville (842-5432 & 869-2566)

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