Mr. Gordon Salahub, after a valiant four year battle with cancer, passed away on Monday November 6, 2000 at Yorkton in the loving presence of his family. He was 59 years of age. Gordon was a warm, gentle and sincere man who touched the lives of many people. A loving and caring father and grandfather, Gord's greatest joy was to be surrounded by his family. He knew how to be a friend by openly expressing his empathy and compassion, and lightened many moments with his quirky sense of humor. He was respected in the community and the insurance industry as a fair and honest man. Being a thorough and dedicated worker, every job he did was completed well.
Gordon was born on June 6, 1941 to George and Ann (nee Oshmak) Salahub in the Calder district of Saskatchewan. He received his education at Two Creek School, spent a brief time at Kamsack Victoria School, and also attended Yorkton Collegiate Institute. After receiving his journeyman autobody certificate he held autobody jobs at Korb Motors and Bast Motors in Yorkton and Percival Mercury in Regina. He was then recruited by SGI as a claims adjuster in 1965 and it was at SGI in Regina that he met his wife Lorna Kangas. They married in 1966. He was a general claims adjuster with SGI for over nineteen years in both Regina and Yorkton. In 1984, he went into partnership with Bymak & Associates, an independent adjusting and appraisal firm in Yorkton. In 1996 he became the sole owner and remained an independent insurance adjuster until his passing.
Gordon was a member of the Insurance Institute of Canada, the Saskatchewan Association of Insurance Adjusters, the Canadian Independent Adjusters Association, the International Order of the Blue Goose, and was a loyal member of a local support group. Gordon enjoyed fishing, history, woodworking and carpentry, having renovated two houses on his own. He was interested in his family's history and it was important to him to stay in touch with all his family and friends.
Gordon was predeceased by his father George in 1962 and he is survived by his beloved wife Lorna (nee Kangas) of Yorkton; his five children: Scot Jackson of B.C., Brett and his wife Sari and their daughter Adelina of Toronto, ON, Jeffrey and his wife Marja-Leena and their children Nestor, Nicolai, Charlotte, Angelica and William of White City, SK, Jennifer of Saskatoon and Sara of Calgary; his mother Ann Salahub of Yorkton; a sister Phyllis Conger; his aunt Stella Hygard; as well as his nieces, nephews, relatives and numerous friends.
A Service of Comfort was held on Thursday November 9, 2000 from the Chapel of Bailey's Funeral Home. Funeral services were held on Friday, November 10, 2000 from Heritage Baptist Church in Yorkton with Pastor Wayne Kallio of the Laestadian Lutheran Church in Outlook officiating. The organist, Katriina Lustig, led the congregation in the singing of the hymns "Saints of God Have Peace" and "The Shore of Peace and Beauty". Friend Lorraine Thorsrud gave a solo rendition of Gord's favourite hymn, "Amazing Grace". The recessional, "The Rose", played by Irene Redekopp, was a piece he often requested his daughter to play for him. Interment followed in the Garden of St. Matthew in the Yorkton Memorial Gardens with Cory Conger, Kirby Conger, Tim Hygard, Alfred Salahub, Randy Kangas and Bernie Stadnyk serving as the casketbearers. God, grant me the Serenity to accept the things I cannot change, Courage to change the things I can, and Wisdom to know the difference. Arrangements were in care of Bailey's Funeral Home.
Stephanie Magdalene Sametz, widow of John James Sametz of Ituna, passed away peacefully at the age of 86 following a brief illness in Ituna, Saskatchewan, on January 6, 2001. Her family was at her side. Stephanie was born on Oct. 4, 1914 to Joseph and Maria Cymbalisty in the Buchanan, SK district. She attended school in Buchanan for grades 1 to 11 before completing her high school education at Bedford Road Collegiate in Saskatoon. Following high school she graduated from a commercial business course and was employed as a secretary and bookkeeper in a department store in Kamsack, SK. In 1942 she married John Sametz and began working with him in their drugstore in Buchanan. Sons John and Gerry were born in 1945 and 1948 respectively. In 1949 the family moved to Ituna where they operated Sametz Pharmacy. Rodney was born in 1952. Stephanie still managed to work full time in the store while raising her family. After the business was sold to son John in 1977, Stephanie continued to work in the store. In 1986 her husband John passed away. Stephanie could be seen working in the drugstore right up until the time she was hospitalized with her illness. In addition to having a strong work ethic, one of the main things that kept Stephanie working was the fact that by continuing to work in the store she was able to keep socializing with people. She truly was a "people person" who could strike up a friendly conversation with anyone. Stephanie was a lifetime member of the Ituna Ladies Hospital Auxiliary and the Ituna Ukrainian Orthodox Ladies Association. She also served in organizational capacities for curling in Ituna and was an active member of the Ituna Social Club. Curling was Stephanie's favourite sport and she played it as long as her health permitted. The camaraderie in curling was just as important to Stephanie as the game itself and it allowed her to develop many good and lasting friendships. She loved to travel and she saw many places in North America and abroad. Stephanie liked playing cards and gardening and in her later years enjoyed activities at the Ituna Social Club. The most important thing to Stephanie was her family. She loved them dearly, and all her relatives, especially her grandchildren, dearly loved her. "Baba" had a very special bond with her five grandchildren who will forever cherish her memory.
Stephanie was predeceased by her father in 1963 and her mother in 1970, as well as her sister Caroline Syrnyk in 1971, brother John Cymbalisty in 1972, son Rodney Sametz in 1977, and brother Joe Cymbalisty in 1988. She will be fondly remembered by son John (Lynn) of Ituna and grandchildren Geoffrey of Buffalo, New York and Bryan of Vancouver, B.C; and son Gerry (Marcia) and grandchildren Carelia, David and Andrea of Saskatoon. She is also survived by her sister Olga Holek of Val d'Or, Quebec, and numerous nephews and nieces.
Prayer Services were held on Tuesday January 9, 2001 from the Chapel of Bailey's Funeral Home in Ituna with Rev. Fr. Michael Kopchuk officiating. Funeral Services were held on Wednesday January 10, 2001 at 10 a.m. from Holy Trinity Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Ituna with Rev. Fr. Michael Kopchuk officiating. The responses were led by cantor John Smysnuik and members of the Parish Choir. The Crossbearer was Norman Lewko and the Bannerbearers were Carelia and Andrea Sametz. Interment followed in the Holy Trinity Parish Cemetery with Jack Syrnyk, Joe Cymbalisty, Jim Cymbalisty, Geoffrey Sametz, Bryan Sametz and David Sametz as the casketbearers. Vichnya Pamiat! Eternal Memory! Memorial donations in memory of Stephanie may be made to the charity of your choice. Arrangements were entrusted to Bailey's Funeral Home.
Mrs. Jennie Sandulak of Yorkton, formerly of Calder entered eternal rest on Thursday, August 8, 2002 at the Anderson Lodge. She was 101 years of age. Jennie was born on May 21, 1901 in the Calder district to Adam and Mary (nee Kopchuk) Rapchuk. She attended Torsk School and helped on the family farm. In 1919 Jennie was united in marriage to Ted Sandulak. The couple farmed in the Calder district until 1956 when they retired and moved into Calder. Her pastimes included quilting and making rugs. She loved gardening and will be remembered as a great cook. Jennie was a faithful parishioner of St. Peter & Paul Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Calder. She was also a member of the Ladies Aid and the Community Club.
Predeceased by her husband Ted in 1974; son Nick in 2001; three children in infancy; a grandson Richard Shulman; three brothers Peter, John and Jack Rapchuk and four sisters, Margaret Starchuk, Mary Sawchuk, Victoria Ruddock and Rosie Stasko; Jennie leaves to cherish her memory three sons, John of Calder, Ted (Kay) of Courtney, BC and Mervin (Alice) of Courtney, BC; five daughters, Jean Shulman of Yorkton, Lena (Pete) Shulman of Swan River, Ann Trafananko of Yorkton, Marie Mychan of Winnipeg and Elizabeth (Maurice) Hicks of London, ON; eighteen grandchildren; twenty-eight great grandchildren and four great great grandchildren.
Prayer services were held on Friday, August 9th and funeral services were held on Saturday, August 10th from the Chapel of Bailey's Funeral Home in Yorkton with Rev. Father Peter Anhel of Sts. Peter & Paul Ukrainian Orthodx Church officiating. The cantor, Walter Balabuk assisted by members of the Calder Combined Choir led in the singing of the responses. The interment followed in the Yorkton City Cemetery with Steven Wandy, Peter Swerhun, Andrew Wereschuk, Carl Kahut, Gordon Kahut and Eugene Katyrynuik serving as the casket bearers. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Bailey's Funeral Home.
Mr. Nick Sandulak of Calder passed away suddenly on Monday, February 26, 2001 at his home. He was 69 years of age. Nick was born on July 21, 1931 in the Calder district, a son to Ted and Jennie (nee Rapchuk) Sandulak. He was raised in the Calder district and helped on the family farm. Eventually Nick commenced farming on his own. He retired in 1989 and moved to Calder.
Predeceased by his father, Nick leaves to cherish his memory his mother Jennie of Calder; three brothers, John of Calder, Ted (Kay) and Mervin (Alice) of Courtney BC; five sisters, Jean Shulman and Ann Trafananko of Yorkton, Lena (Pete) Shulman of Birch River MB, Liz (Maurice) Hicks of London ON and Marie Mychan of Winnipeg MB; as well as nieces and nephews.
Prayer services were held on Thursday, March 1st at the Chapel of Bailey's Funeral Home. Funeral services were held on Friday, March 2nd at the Chapel of Bailey's Funeral Home with Rev. Father Peter Wasylenko of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church officiating. The cantor, Walter Balabuk assisted by members of St. Peter & Paul and St. Mary's Parishes led in the singing of the responses. The interment followed in St. Peter & Paul Parish Cemetery, Calder with Steve Shebeluk, Mervin Pryslak, Fred Klem, Steve Wandy, Gordon Kahut, Carl Kohut and Peter Swerhun serving as the casket bearers. Refelections of Nick's life were conveyed by Mary Mostoway at the funeral reception. ETERNAL MEMORY! Services were directed by Bailey's Funeral Home.
Mrs. Freda Schindler, resident of the Saskatoon Convalescent Home in Saskatoon, widow of Roland Schindler, former long time residents of Yorkton, passed away at the home on Monday, September 23, 2002. She was 84 years of age. Edith Freda Schindler was born in Hubbard, Saskatchewan on January 11, 1918 to Adolph and Alvina Bittner. After several moves the family settled south of Yorkton where her father operated a successful farming operation. Freda liked to recall memories of growing up in a large family in the 'house on the hill' on #9 highway. On March 22, 1939 she married Roland Schindler at the Baptist Church in Yorkton. Freda and Roland farmed in the Yorkton district until 1950, after which time they moved to Victoria, BC for two years. Strong family ties drew them back to Yorkton. Freda stayed at home to raise her children until 1957, then joined the dietary staff at the Yorkton Hospital. She retired in 1976. Freda's first priority and enjoyment was her family. She and Roland built a cottage at York Lake where family and friends gathered on a regular basis. Freda was a member of First Baptist Church in Yorkton. She enjoyed the fellowship of being a member of the church choir as well as the Baptist Women. She served on the Baptist Church Property Committee for many years. Freda joined the Northern Star Rebekah Lodge #40 I.O.O.F. in 1947, serving in various capacities including the office of Noble Grand. She has retained her membership in this Fraternity to this date. Freda was well known for her African Violets and beautiful flower gardens. She belonged to the Yorkton Horticulture Society and was an active member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Yorkton Fair Board Association. Freda excelled at crochet, knitting, needlework and sewing. She organized many quilting bees with her sisters and friends. Freda's grandchildren and great grandchildren were a great pleasure and joy to her. She was very proud of each and every one of them and their accomplishments. Following the death of Roland in 1984, Freda continued to maintain her own home in Yorkton until July of 2000, when she moved to Saskatoon to the Riverside Estates. In June of 2001 she became a resident of the Saskatoon Convalescent Home, where she had resided until her passing.
Besides her husband Roland, Freda was predeceased by her parents, Adolph (1958) and Alvina (1979), brothers Albert (1989), August (1988), Edward (1918) and Irving (1994), and a sister Amanda Lindenbach (1992). She leaves to cherish her memory her four children, two sons, Clive (Carole) of Richmond BC, and Rod (Maggie) of Yorkton; daughters Darlaine (Raymond) Bentley of Saskatoon and Gwen (Mick) Joa of Saskatoon; 10 grandchildren, Corinne Schindler of Richmond BC, Kevin Schindler of Vancouver BC, Scott (Bobbi) Bentley of Dalmeny SK, Dean Bentley of Saskatoon, Jill, Blayre & Kate Joa of Saskatoon, Ryan Joa of Airdrie AB, Rhonda (Rob) Tomlinson of Russell MB, Derek Schindler of Saskatoon; great grandchildren, Amy & Jack of Richmond BC, Braydon & McKenzie of Dalmeny and Abbey of Russell MB; five sisters, Hilda Hartt of Saskatoon, Lillie Jonat of Vancouver, Evelyn Markham of Yorkton, Alice Roberts of Calgary and Lorraine (Bill) Speers of Mississauga ON; numerous nieces, nephews, and her many other relatives and friends.
Funeral Services were held on Thursday, September 26, 2002 from First Baptist Church in Yorkton with Rev. Steve Rosluk officiating. The organist, Mrs. Rene Strendin led the congregation in the singing of the hymns 'O Mighty God' and 'All the Way My Saviour Leads Me'. The choir anthem was 'It is Well With My Soul' and the recessional was 'Where the Spirit of the Lord Is'. Reflections and remembrances were given by granddaughters Jill, Blayre and Kate Joa. Honorary bearers were granddaughters Corinne Schindler, Jill Joa, Rhonda Tomlinson, Blayre Joa, Severn Munroe and Kate Joa. The interment followed in the Yorkton City Cemetery with grandsons Kevin Schindler, Dean Bentley, Ryan Joa, Derek Schindler, Scott Bentley and Rob Tomlinson serving as the casketbearers. Arrangements were entrusted to Bailey's Funeral Home.
Norman Kenneth Schmidt
It is with great sadness the beloved wife and family of Norman Kenneth Schmidt announces his passing on November 10, 2005 at the age of 71, while at the Yorkton & District Nursing Home.
Norm was born and raised on the farm near Neudorf, SK on January 5, 1934. Baptized and Confirmed in the Lutheran faith. He was the youngest son of Henry and Katherine ( nee Schinbein) Schmidt. He attended Baber School, completing grade 8, while helping his parents on the farm until 1951
when he moved to Melville, SK and began working for Center Meat Market from 1952 to 1953. He then moved to Yorkton, SK and was employed at various jobs until 1956, when he began working for the Canadian National Railway. In 1960 he joined the Yorkton Fire Department. It was during his five years with them, that he met Janet Rose Ronvel. They were married on October 10, 1964 in Englefeld, Sk at the Holy Guardian Angel Church. In 1966 they moved to Ontario and Norm spent four years at Dehavilland Air Craft. He then worked at Kodak Canada until he retired.
In 1987 Norm and Janet moved to Medicine Hat, ALTA, where he took on a part time job at the Medicine Hat News. In 1991 they relocated to Yorkton, SK and he drove taxi for a few years. Norm was an active member at St. Paul Lutheran Church until the beginning of his illness which prevented him from attending services, but he always kept in close contact with the Pastor. He was also a member with the Yorkton Lion's Club from 1991 to 2000. One of his favorite past times was getting together with the guys on Friday nights for beef on a bun and shooting a game of pool at the Legion Hall.
Once illness forced him to stay at home he found a new ways to occupy himself. He took up babysitting the neighbors dog, 'Pepper', whom he became very fond of. They were the best of friends. What ever Norm did or where ever he went Pepper was always be his side. Whether it be watching television or taking a nap.
Norm was predeceased by his parents, older twin sisters and an older brother. Father-in-law, Athanase Ronvel. Mother-in-law, Katherine (nee Prokopetz) (Ronvel) Dmitsyk. Brother's-in-law, Joseph Bender, Lawrence Miller, Arthur Ronvel, Bruce Lennox, and John Romanuik. Sister-in-law Ann Romanuik.
He will be sadly missed and his memories cherished by his beloved wife Janet, of 41 years, sister's Eleanor Bender, Eileen Miller, and Ruth( Ernie) Hoehn. Brother-in-law Jean (Betty) Ronvel, sister's-in-law, Eileen (Matt) Steiner, Alice Lennox. As well as numerous nieces and nephews, family members, friends and Pepper.
The family would like to thank those of you who graciously volunteered their time in assisting Norm to Regina for his Dialysis treatments. We would also like to thank the staff at the Yorkton Regional Health Centre.
A servie of comfort for family and friends was held on Friday evening, November 18, 2005 from the Chapel of Bailey's Funeral Home Yorkton. Pastor Fred Schneider was the presider as well as singing the song 'Tell Me Lord'. Carla Laycock was the organist leading the congregation in the Hymns: 'Beyond The Sunset' and 'Sweet Bye And Bye'. The Funeral service was held on Saturday afternoon, November 19, 2005 from St. Paul Lutheran Church with Pastor Fred Schneider officiating. The organist was Carla Laycock and the Hymns Sung were: 'Softly And Tenderly', 'The Old Rugged Cross',and 'How Great Thou Art' with 'Amazing Grace' sung by Norm Graf. The reflections of Norman's life wre given by Dale Bender. The interment followed in the Garden of St. Luke Yorkton Memorial Gardens with Perry Fagrie and Kelly Beblow serving as urn bearers.
Cremation and funeral arrangements by Bailey's Funeral Home Yorkton
Mary Schrader, resident of Jubilee Cres. in Yorkton, passed away suddenly on Thursday, January 2, 2003 at her residence. She was 85 years of age. Mary Schrader was born north-west of Saskatoon on July 19, 1917 at Great Deer, Saskatchewan; a daughter of Katherina (nee Neudorf) and Henry Bartsch. She was raised on the family farm and received her education in the district. On November 9, 1941 she was united in marriage to Adolf Schrader at Great deer. Following their marriage the couple resided in the Ebenezer-White Sand River district from 1941 to 1945, when they moved to Park Valley, near Debden, Saskatchewan. They resided there until 1961, when they moved to Shellbrook, Saskatchewan for one year. In 1962 they moved to make their home in the village of Ebenezer until eventually moving to Yorkton in 1971, where they had since resided. During her life on the farm, Mary was a tireless worker, homemaker and companion to Adolf. After moving to Yorkton Mary kept busy for a few years by doing office cleaning for local businesses. In 1973 the couple became residents of Jubilee Cres. and soon made many new friends. Her pastimes included knitting and crocheting, and socializing with her neighbors, friends, and her family. She was a faithful member of the Worldwide Church of God; her beliefs were deeply rooted in her faith. Adolf passed away in 1988, and following that time Mary continued to maintain her independence and care for herself for many years after. Although her health had been in serious decline this past five years Mary suffered with dignity and without complaint.
Besides her husband Adolf, she was predeceased by a daughter Gladys Nesbitt; her parents; twin brothers in infancy; brothers Isaac, John, Jacob and Henry; by sisters Mary and Annie, both in childhood; and sisters Tina Bergen, Nettie Wall and Helen Heppner. She leaves to cherish her memory her five sons: Donald (Bev) of Yorkton; Rueben(Betty) of Thunder Bay, ON; Stan (Ellen) of Walla Walla, Washington; David (Barb) of Ebenezer; and William (Maureen) of Calgary; son-in-law, Ben Nesbitt of Willowbrook; 10 grandchildren, 21 great grandchildren; a sister Annie Matschke of Abbotsford BC; and sisters-in-law Anne Bartsch and Susan Bartsch; numerous nieces, nephews, and her many other relatives and friends, including a special friend Evelyn Unyi.
Funeral services were held on Tuesday, January 7, 2003 from the Yorkton Memorial Gardens Family Centre. Pastor Trevor Cherry of the Worldwide Church of God officiated. The organist, Vange Shipowick led the congregation in the singing of the hymns 'Amazing Grace' and 'Shall We Gather at the River'. The organ recessional hymn was 'The Golden Morning is Fast Approaching'. The interment followed in the Ebenezer Baptist Cemetery with Kevin, Russell and Jason Schrader, Trevor Krayco, Clayton Bassingthwaite, Trevor Kraco, Norman Pries and Randy Nesbitt serving as the casketbearers. Arrangements were entrusted to Bailey's Funeral Home.
Mrs. Bernice Schultz (nee Thompson)
SCHULTZ - On Monday, September 11, 2006 Mrs. Bernice Schultz (nee Thompson) passed away peacefully at the Lakeside Manor Care Home with family by her side. Bernice was born on the Thompson family farm in the Saltcoats Municipality on April 16, 1917. She took her schooling at the Perley School School District #395. She then took secretarial training and worked as secretary and bookkeeper for George Morris at Bangor, Saskatchewan. Later she became a nurses's aide working at the Saltcoats and Yorkton Hospitals. On November 25, 1950 she married Andrew Schultz of Nut Mountain. There, they farmed until 1979 and then moved to Churchbridge to be nearer to family. Bernice's children, family and friends were dear to her, but most precious to her was the Gospel Story. Bernice moved to the Lakeside Manor Care Home in January, 2006 and resided there until her passing.
Bernice was predeceased by father, Ed (1940), mother Marion (1989), husband Andrew (1999), brothers Earl (1994) and Dougal (2000); brothers-in-law Walter, Emil, Ed. Oscar, Otto, Alex Schultz, Ed Radom, Dave Off, Rudolph Novak; sisters-in-law, Pauline, Mary, Myrtle Schultz, Pauline Novak, Clara Thompson.
Bernice will be lovingly remembered by daughter Linda (John) Malcolm; grandchildren Dana (Lee) Petersen, Todd (Juanita) Malcolm, Shelley-Rae (Mathias) Mader, Shannon Malcolm; great grandchildren, Tyson, Tilynn and Rhett Petersen, Hunter and Danika Mader; brother Vern (Jean) Thompson; sister Eileen (Carl) Gerber; brother-in-law John (Irene) Schultz; sisters-in-law Irene, Mary Schultz, Bertha Off, Vonda Radom; many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
The funeral service was held on Friday, September 15th. at Bredenbury Town Hall with Rick Larson, Agnes Smiley and Ruth Sinclair officiating. The organist, Paula Young led the congregation in the singing of the hymns, "We Would See Jesus", "O Jesus, I Have Promised" and "Sweet, Sweet Release". All friends in attendance were considered as honorary bearers. The interment followed in the Saltcoats Town Cemetery with Lee & Dana Petersen, Todd & Juanita Malcolm, Shannon Malcolm and Rylan Farough serving as casket bearers. Memorials in Bernice's name were directed to Lakeside Manor Care Home, Saltcoats as gifts of remembrance.
Funeral arrangements were in care of Bailey's Funeral Home.
Anna Maria (Ann) Schutz died peacefully at the Yorkton and District Nursing Home on Friday, May 24, 2002, just 3 days short of her 83rd birthday, following a short battle with Alzheimers Disease. She was born May 27, 1919 in the Rothbury dfistrict of Saskatchewan to Phillip and Katherine (nee Meyer) Schappert, one of eight children. In November, 1938 she married Ludwig Schutz; the couple farmed in the Rothbury district and during this time their three children were born. In 1952 they moved into Yorkton where they owned and operated a boarding house. Some of her fondest moments centered around feeding and caring for both her own and 'extended' family. As her own children grew, married and gave her grandchildren, Ann devoted her time and love to her ever expanding family. Family gatherings were a very important part of her life. Ann worked for a short time in the cafeteria at the CO-OP. She spent many hours as a member of the CO-OP Guild. She was active in her church and enjoyed singing in the choir. Camping and fishing with family members; travelling to the mountains and many other destinations were favorite activities. Following the death of Ludwig in April of 1982, Ann continued to care for herself and maintain her home for several years. She had resided in an apartment and a private care home before becoming a permanent resident of the Yorkton and District Nursing Home in July of 2000.
Besides her husband, she was predeceased by her parents (Mom in 1977, Dad in 1979), brother Albert Schappert in 1981, and by a sister, Minnie Laidlaw in 1997. She will be lovingly remembered by her two sons and one daughter; Lyle (Marlene) of Yorkton, Ken (Edna) of Regina and Jackie (Marv) Goertz of Victoria BC; grandchildren, Scott of Regina, Derek of Saskatoon, Michael (Suzanne) of Kelowna BC, Mark of Edmonton, and Loren (Lori) Goertz of Regina; great grandchildren Samantha and Danny Goertz of Regina; brothers George (Phyllis) Schappert of Churchbridge, Rudy Schappert of Lacombe AB; sisters Laura Rathgeber of Churchbridge, Elizabeth Rathgeber of Yorkton, Noreen (Norbert) Schaan of Regina, numerous nieces, nephews and her many other relatives and friends.
The funeral service was held on Tuesday, May 28, 2002 from Zion Lutheran Church in Yorkton with Rev. Daniel Moeller officiating. The organist, Verna Liebrecht led members of the congregation in the singing of the hymns 'What A Friend We Have in Jesus', 'How Great thou Art' and 'beautiful Saviour'. The organ recessional was 'I Know That My Redeemer Lives'. The interment followed in the family plot in the Garden of St. John at the Yorkton Memorial Gardens with Scott, Michael, Derek and Mark Schutz, Neil Rathgeber and Randy Schappert serving as the casketbearers. Arrangements were entrusted to Bailey's Funeral Home.