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L) itdea' Classified MvnrnrHm(ii mrr peal lervice and tame peat dealt jLBAm-poffr 1 Sami A Section U22-SELL X-wv Fax: 781-5383 1 Email: etewlIMfiltodMpod com The Leader-Post Tuesday, December 9, 2003 PageDl Wb a a IMPROVEMEN 522-SELL (7355) or toll free -1-800-667-9999 IBYIFAX Class 305 to 550 701 -5393 Dont forget to Include your name, i address and phone number. Class 35 to 1 37 Class 1 55 to 21 0 I imwaratn 1 1 I0NLIN I www.canada.comreglna Class 635 to 750 (iCT-vml cKSlS MSP Class 2045 to 2073 I rjrn.TTT; Class 755 to 765 loniHgfi3DQBl Class 2075 to 4064 Ljazms? rr (IT 11 7045 to 8035 Class 7f sastiobits.coouD Jr This new LeaderPost website provides a permanent archive for all our obituaries including photograph and has the ability for searching previous obituaries. If you would like to preserve your loved memory in our archive system go to Class 575 to 632 I dUt(B7S0l Class maiPEEt 8 DEATH NOTICES BENKENDORF (nee Ozembloski) Olga passed away on Sunday, December 7, 2003 at the Pasqua Hospital after a short battle with cancer at the age of 69 years. Olga was predeceased by her parents Mike and Mary Ozembloski of Ituna; first husband Mike Mallick; second husband Irvin; brother Leonard and one nephew Larry Ozembloski. She will be remembered by her daughter Beryl Mallick of Regina; four sisters Nellie, Helen and Pauline, all of Ituna and Lee of Regina; five brothers Russell, Orest and Bill, all of Ituna, Barney and Adolf, both of Regina as well as many relatives and friends.

Olga was employed as a Certified Nurses Aid for the past 20 years at Pioneer Village, retiring at the age of 65 years. Since then Olga enioyed visiting with friends and family and taking the occasional trip. The Memorial Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday, December 10, 2003 at 10:00 AM from Canadian Martyrs R. C. Church, 1932 1st Avenue Regina, SK with Rev.

Patrick McCoy, celebrant. Beryl and family wish to thank the staff at Palliative Care for the loving care shown to Olga and family. In lieu of flowers, memorial tributes may be made to the Allan Blair Cancer Centre, 4101 Dewdney Avenue, Regina, SK S4T 7T1. Arrangements are in the care of LEE FUNERAL HOME 757-8645 MCCORMICK THERESE MARIE (TERRY), passed away peacefully on Sunday, December 7, 2003. Terry was born on October 8, 1927 at Marcelin, Saskatchewan.

She is predeceased by her parents Hendrick and Marie Despins; son-in-law Doug Britton; sisters Claire, Eva and Denise and brothers Alfred, Gustave, Hubert, Omer, Lionel, Armand, Real, Yvon and Paul; sister-in-law Dorothy McCormick and brothers-ln-law Stuart Taylor and Blackie McCormick. She is survived by her loving husband of 51 years Patrick; nine children: Patricia (Greg Watkins), Debbie (Randy) Waterton, Kelly (Jim) Burnett, Scott, Gillies, Jill Britton, Danny (Danita), Stuart (Patty) and Mark (Shara) McCormick; twelve grandchildren: Jim, Gord, Samantha, Lucas, Kelly-Beth, Jamie, Jenna, Shawn, Henry, Teddy, Morgan and Parker; three sisters Doris Lengert, Yvonne Smith and Claire Bergen; one brother Hendrick Despins; sisters-in-law Beatrice and Margaret Despins, Marion Taylor, Nettie, Eilleen and May McCormick; brothers-in-law Weldon Smith, Gill, Glen and Red McCormick. MEMORIAL SERVICE will be held at the Regina Funeral Home, Hwv 1 East, on Thursday, December 1 1 2003 at 2 00 p.m. with the Very Rev. Ken Miller, officiating.

Special thanks to the caregivers of Pioneer Village. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alzheimers Association of Saskatchewan, 301 2550 12th Avenue, Regina, SK, S4P 3X1. Arrangements are entrusted to Regina Funeral Home (Phone 789-8850) a Class 767 to 873 Im-MmaBaHsil Class 4066 to 4073 SERVICES 8036 to 8039 4Ji mi (To 8 DEATH NOTICES HUNTER, ANNE MARIE (NEE OFF) 220212-021203 Anne was an enthusiastic supporter of First Baptist Church and a resident of First Baptist Place on Smith Street in Regina with her husband, Melvyn. They both enioyed a certain amount of youthful glee over the fact that their suite 201 was spatially located in almost exactly the same spot where they first began their married lives together in a second floor room in Melvyn's mother's house ot 2137 Smith Street, some sixty years before. She was a long time contributing member of the Alabee (phonetic spelling) Circle at the church In the sixties and they rarely missed a Sunday church service at First Baptist Church.

Anne was an extremely active participant in her grandchildren's and even her great grandchildren's lives playing with them in neighbourhood playgrounds, ioining in the family home games of bridge, crokinole, and watching the Blue Jays.She took great pride in her athletic accomplishments which spanned seven decades, throughout her active lifetime. She was the ladies softball team pitcher at the Regina General Hospital in thel920's, shot a hole In one at the first hole of the Par Three Golf Course on Pasqua Street in the 1970's, and bowled a three game combination 729 score at the Regina Bowlodrome in League play in the 1990's. She was famous, within her family, for her long walks well into her eighties. She would think nothing of walking from First Baptist Place to the Grey Nun's hospital. Her love for small children was not restricted to her own family.

She spent many years caring for the children of First Baptist Church in the Nursery while their parents attended services or functions in the church. Anne was a loving, devoted mother to her children and wife to her husband Melvyn, overcoming much hardship to provide them with a warm and loving home, as she did os a teenager with her own brothers and sister upon the early departure of their parents. She died peacefully on Dec. 2 at her residence In Ottawa after a short illness. She is predeceased by her husband Melvyn, brothers Frank, Larry, and Charlie.

She is lovingly remembered by her brother, John (Thunder Bay, Ontario) and her sister Agnes (Timmins, Ontario) her daughter Lillian (Apollo Beach, Florida), and sons Stewart and Harry (Ottawa, Ontario), as well as her ten grandchildren, Guy, Mark, Scott, Rlana, Lora, Randy, Steven, Kenneth, Kevin, Karen Dawn. Her five great grandchildren Include Alyssa, Brandyn, Logan, Kirklan, and Jamison. Funeral services will be held at First Baptist Church, Regina, where she and her husband Melvyn were life members, Monday, Dec. 15th, 11:00 am The internment will follow the service. IINIPERSON At our counter, Monday Friday 8 a.m.

-5 p.m. 1964 Park Street IBYtMAI Leader-Post Classifieds Box 2C20 I Regina, Sask. S4P 3G4 iRAYMENTVSiTmaS DIRECT PHONE NUMBER maiFEa 1 6 UPCOMING SERVICES KLEEMOLA, ROBERT Wednesday, December 10, at 2 00 m. Reglno Funeral Home McCORMICK, THERESE Thursday, December 11, ot 2 00 m. Regina Funerol Home CANDLELIGHT SERVICE OF REMEMBRANCE Regina Funerol Home Chopel, Hwy II East Sunday, December 14 at 2 00 m.

REGINA FUNERAL HOME 8 DEATH NOTICES BELL Henry James, late of Weyburn, SK, passed away on December 2003 at the age of 79 years. A Memorial Service will be held on Wednesday, December 10, 2003 at 3:00 p.m. from the Grace United Church, Weyburn, SK. Gary W. Goran officiant.

Interment to follow at Green Acres Memorial Gardens, Weyburn, SK. Donations to the Heart Stroke Foundation or Kidney Foundation. Arrangements are entrusted to Fletcher Funeral Chapels, Ltd KLEEMOLA-ROBERT E. "Bob" late of Regina SK passed away accidentally on Saturday, December 6, 2003 at the age of 51 years. Bob's memory will forever be cherished by his family; loving wife Gail of 28 years; daughter Tricia; sons Kristopher and Steven (Sarah Kyrylchuk); mother Henriette; mother-in-law Margaret; four brothers; four sisters as well as numerous nieces, nephews, family and friends.

Predeceased by his father Emil; father-in-law Edward Mozdzen; sister-in-law Noreen. Bob had a distinctive and infectious laugh. He was always there to lend a hand and lived life to the fullest. He will be missed by all who knew him. A VISITATION for family and friends will be held at Regina Funeral Home, Hwy 1 East on Tuesday, December 9, 2003 at 7:00 p.m.

A SERVICE TO CELEBRATE BOB'S LIFE will be held at Regina Funeral Home on Wednesday, December 10, 2003 at 2:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, a donation to Canadian Heart and Stroke Foundation, 2360 2nd Ave. Regina SK, S4R 1A6 would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements are entrusted to Regina Funeral Home (Phone 789-8850) O) REGINA FUNERAL HOME WHMW li HOSLER, NELLIE HELENA (NEE SE I BOLD) Passed away peacefully at the William Booth Special Care Home on Monday, 8 2003. Nellie was born In the C.P.R.

stationmaster's house in Balgonie, N.W.T., 20 February 1900. Predeceased by her husband Bill, son Gordon (Val) and son-in-law Bill Smith, sister Delia and brothers Fred, Herman, Charles, Bill and Dan. Left to cherish her memory are daughters Pearl (George Anderson, B-Say-Tah Village, Lorraine Smith, Indiana and son Bob (Evelyn) of Ottawa, 7 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren and 6 great great grandchildren. Nellie will be lovingly remembered and sorrowfully missed by her family and a multitude of friends of several generations. Nellie was a loving, tender hearted kind person and was called Grandma by many children and even adults.

Nellie's family would like to express grateful thanks to the staff of the Special care home for the love and care they gave her; also to Dr. Allan Miller, Nicholls and Morris. A memorial service In Nellie's honor will be held at the Chapel of the William Booth Memorial Home at a later date followed by a private interment of her ashes. Flowers are most gratefully declined. Remembrance may be made to the William Booth Special care home, 50 Angus Road Regina, S4R 8P6 or to a charity of your choice.

1 4075 to 6080 Class CEHE 8 DEATH NOTICES announce the sudden passing of DR. KEVIN MURPHY while on holiday on November 28, 2003. Predeceased by his parents, James and Elsie and by his daughter, Patricia; he is survived by his loving wife of forty five years, Aileen; his daughter, Maureen (Chris) of Regina; son, David (Dawna) of Shawnigan Lake, B.C.; and by five grandchildren; Nancy, Julie, Brad, Keegan and Rhys. Kevin is also survived by his sister, Sheila of Maidstone, England and brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Ted and Beryl of Church Stretton, England. Dr.

Murphy began practicing in Regina in 1958 where he brought great loy and happiness to many families with the delivery of 6,647 babies during his career. He was an active member of the Regina and District Medical Association. A Visitation for family and friends will be held on Wednesday, December 10, 2003 from 7:00 to 8:00 P.M. in Victoria Avenue Funeral Home, 2080 East Victoria Regina, SK. Funeral Mass will be held on Thursday, December 11, 2003 at 2:00 P.M.

in Christ the King R.C. Church, 3239 Garnet Regina, SK with Very Rev. T. Dizy, Celebrant. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Regina Qu'Appelle Health District or a charity of one's choice.

Arrangements entrusted to VICTORIA AVENUE FUNERAL HOME 761-2727 WE I DEMAN, DAVID ALLAN Late of Craven, SK passed away on December 6, 2003 at the age of 60. Dave was born and raised in Craik, SK; as a young man he started working for the Co-op Lumber Yard In various Saskatchewan towns and ended up retiring from Molson Breweries. In 1972, he married his true love Lynne (nee Davies) and they celebrated 27 years of marriage and raised two daughters. His family referred to him as 'Davy Crockett' as he had great love for nature and his animals. The sudden death of his wife Lynne in 1999 broke his heart.

He leaves to cherish his memory, his daughter Loreena, a son-in-law Ryan and the light of his life, his grandson Simon Joshua Buhl of Saskatoon; daughter Glenna and son-in-law Barry Bundus of Regina; sisters Irene McLean of Calgary, Betty Cappelleof Arborfield, Lydia (Lome) Vineyard of Arborfield and Louise (Kerry) Taylor of Swift Current; Lynne's family: Brenda (George) Fensom of Kelllher, Bentley (Sharon) Davies of Toronto; Evan (Janey) Davies of Regina Beach; Don Patterson of Disley, Ron (Shelly) Patterson of Craven and Warren Wild of Silton; numerous nieces, nephews and friends; special friends Joy Bradley and Ken and Isabel Wingert. Dave was predeceased by his wife, Lynne; parents, Henry and Agatha Weldeman; parents-in-law, Haydn Davies; Phyllis and Bruce Patterson; brothers-in-law: Harold Cappelleand Howard McLean; sister-in-law Heather Wild; and godson Jeff Taylor. Cremation. A private family service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations In memory of Dave, may be made to a charity of choice.

Arrangements In care of Speers Funeral Chapel and Crematorium Services. GARRETT Rhonda Mary, beloved wife of Hal Garrett, passed away at Regina, Saskatchewan on Sunday, December 7, 2003 at the age of 49 years. Funeral Service from McNaughton High School Gymnasium, Moosomin, on Thursday, December 11, at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Marilyn Hill officiating.

Private Interment will be held at a later date. If friends so desire memorial tributes may be made to the Moosomin District Health Care Foundation, In Rhonda's memory. Arrangements In care of G.R. Carscadden Funeral Chapel, Moosomin, 435-2513. i mairefl 8 DEATH NOTICES DAUK Sister Mory Verda (Frances Mary Dauk), born at Annaheim, Saskatchewan November 17, 1907, died in Regina on December 7, 2003.

Sister was one of eleven children born to Frank Dauk and Elizabeth Scharback who immigrated to Canada from Mankato, Minnesota lust before Frances was born. Frances (Fanny) attended Laurier Public School in Annaheim, the Ursuline Convent in Bruno, Saskatchewan and Sacred Heart College in Regina before ioining the Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions In 1931. Most of Sister's life was spent in teaching, 22 years in Regina, 7 in Wolseley, Saskatchewan, 7 in Brandon, Manitoba and 1 In Fort Frances, Ontario. For most of the time from 1952 until her retirement from teaching in 1972 Sister was also School Principal. In her 'spare time' Sister Mary Verda was a tireless volunteer, training altar servers, Brownies and Girl Guides, running Red Cross activities, teaching catechism in the country during school holidays, and visiting the sick and the families of her students.

Retirement from teaching freed her for pastoral work in Wolseley and two other missions; choir work, Interfaith groups, teaching English to refugees, preparing parcels of clothing for the missions, and producing handicrafts for gifts and bazaars were among her other occupations. In all this activity the most important part of Sister's life was deepening her relationship with God, followed closely by her love for her family, who in turn showered her with affection, and by her loyalty to her religious congregation. In 1999 Sister moved into the 'Sisters' Residence1 at Santa Maria and there continued her life of cheerful generosity, visiting the patients upstairs, praying for the dying, and maintaining a large correspondence. One could scarcely believe the extent of this woman's activities even Into the last month of her long life. Sister Verda was predeceased by her parents, her sister, Mary Doepker, Magdalena, Rose, Adelheid (Sister Aloysia, O.S.U) and Margaret (Sister Mary Mathllde, RNDM), and her brothers, Alois, Joseph, William, and Frank.

Left to mourn her loss are her brother Anthony of Swift Current, numerous nieces and nephews and their children, and the Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions. Prayers will be held on Tuesday, December 10 at 7 p.m. in the chapel of Santa Marla Senior Citizens Home, 4215 Regina Avenue. Funeral Mass will be held on Wednesday, December 11 at 10a.m. at Holy Rosary Cathedral.

Friends who so wish may make a memorial donation to the Mission Fund of the Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions, 800 Adele Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3E 0K6. Arrangements in care of Speers Funeral Chapel and Crematorium Services. GRASDAL Elmer of Biggar, SK passed away on Saturday, December 6, 2003, in Biggar Hospital at the age of 75 years. Funeral Services will be held from the Biggar Associated Gospel Church on Wednesday, December 10, 2003 at 2:00 P.M. Interment Biggar Cemetery.

Memorial tributes in Elmer's memory may be made to Heart 8i Stroke or Canadian Diabetes. Grondlns Funeral Servlce-Biggar entrusted with arrangements (948-2669) "Our family serving vour family" Patrick Grondln Bob Clothier Funeral Directors. MIERAU LILA IONE, of Asslniboia, born July 31st, 1946 passed away Thursday, December 4th, 2003 at the age of 57. lone Is survived by her husband Dan, children Brent (Jennifer) and Laura (Graeme) Zeller; grandchildren K.altlyn Zeller and Emma Mierau; mother Elizabeth Keck (LarrlvOe); brother Lome (Judy) LarrivOe. SERVICE OF REMEMBRANCE will be held Thursday, December 11, 2003 at 2:00 p.m.

at St. George's Roman Catholic Church, Asslniboia, Sask. Father Ronald Andree officiating. Donation's In lone's memory will be accepted for Friends at Unit 3B (Oncology Ward), Pasqua Hospital, Box 1697, Regina, SK S4P 3Z6. Arrangements entrusted to Ross Funeral Service, Asslniboia, Sask.

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