The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada on April 8, 2017 · 19
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CLASSIFIED SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 2017 LEADER-POST B9 REMEMBERING OBITUARIES INMEMORIAMS TOTH, Elizabeth Beth Toth passed away peacefully on Thursday, April 6, 2017 at the age of 93. A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR BETH will be held at Norman Kennedy Presbyterian Church on Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at TOO p m. A full obituary will appear In Monday's edition of the Leader-Post Arrangements entrusted to Regina Funeral Home & Cemetery (306) 789-8850 to IN LOVING w MEMORY Josephine Melnychuk May the winds of love blow softly and whisper for you to hear, that well always love and miss you and wish that you were here Sadly missed by daughter Roberta ana family. Dv.r iV(H . . , OLIVER LAMBERT HOWARD Oliver passed away peacefully on Saturday, April 1, 2017 with his daughter by his side at the age of 94 years, Ollie was born in Leroy, Saskatchewan spending his youth in Fort Quappelle before moving to Regina. He proudly joined the RCAF serving in WWII. When he returned to Regina, Ollie's career focused on helping veterans through his position with Veteran's Affairs This is also where he met Ruby Trumbley whom he shared his life with for 60 years, and was still living in the home they made together when he passed away Ollie was predeceased by his wife Ruby in 2013 He is survived by his daughter Cathy (Rob) Hobday; granddaughter Kayla Hobday; grandson Michael (Samantha) Hobday and their son Holden James; sister-in-law Wilma Trumbley; numerous nieces and nephews; cherished neighbors and Cathy's amazing friends Greg and Donna Wilchuck Ollie loved woodworking, fixing things, hunting and curling however the highlight of his life was being Michaels and Kayla's grandpa He was their biggest supporter when he could, be it at the hockey rink, speed skating oval or any other activity they participated in The ultimate for Ollie, however, was when Kayla chose to become an officer in the Royal Canadian Air Force last summer His pride could absolutely not be measured When Michael's son was born two weeks ago, making him a great-grandpa, Ollie's life was truly complete Although he never met Holden, his picture was the last thing Ollie clearly saw Cremation has taken place A private service and interment will be held at a later date Should friends so desire donations in memoriam may be made to a charity of your choice To leave an online message of condolence, please visit www speersfuneralchapel com SpkkrS MO-b22-S2J)2 DARRIN ROBERT MISSENS October9,1966-April 3,2017 Darrin passed away on Monday, April 3, 2017 at the age of 50 years. He was predeceased by his father George; paternal grandparents Vincent Missens and Maggie Fiddler; maternal grandparents George and Eliza Obey He will be lovingly remembered by daughter Shyra Missens (Mike) and her children Natalie, Liam, Mikael and Lukas: mother Evelyn Missens, siblings Sharon (Reg) Desjarlais, Kevin (Brenda), Darcy (Doris), Hilda, Trudy, Eddie and Crystal; numerous uncles, aunts, mushums and kokums, cousins, nieces, nephews and friends The family wishes to thank Carmichael Outreach for their dedication and support The Funeral Service will be held at Piapot Band Hall at Piapont First Nation location on Saturday, April 8, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Darrin's name may be made to Carmichael Outreach, 1925 Osier Street, Regina, SK S4P 1W3 To leave an online message of condolence please visit www speersfuneralchapel com SPEIiRS 006-522-32.52 DOROTHY DOT IRENE N ABISS-BRIERE (nee McCUNE) February 23, 1923 - April 3, 2017 Dot passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Monday, April 3, 2017 She was predeceased by her parents John and Blanche McCune: brothers Edward (Bernice), Gordon (Edna). Norman and Kenneth; sisters Margaret (Lionel), Edna (Chuck and Vestervig), Sadie (Vic) and Florence: brother-in-law Cecil Smith; her first husband Arthur Briere, second husband Joseph Nabiss; and sons-in-law David Smith and Leonard Holt She will be dearly missed by her seven children, twenty grandchildren and twenty-four greatgrandchildren' son Bryan (Robin) Briere, children Riley, John and Wayne: son John (Shirley) Briere, son Michael, son Steven (Jennifer), children Kyle. Samantha, Dilan and Elora and son Scott (Bonnie), daughter Betty Holt, son Jason (DeeDee), children Jessie, Kassidy and Courtney, daughter Rhonda, her son Brody, son Perry (Stacey), children Mason, Avery, Lincoln and Addisyn, daughter Irene Smith, son Tyler (Gillian), their son Ozzie, and daughter Milah, daughter Sue (Don) Hay son Dan (Mel), children Eden, Tyce and Luke, daughter Carly (Mike) Reeder, children Macey, Brooke and Sadie- son Ray (Darlene) Briere, son Bryan (Kristen), their daughter Gabrielle, daughter Lyndsay (Scott) Moskal, children Annabel and Adalyn, son Jerrod (Jennifer), children Malia and Harrison; and daughter Janet (Chris) Exner children Chayla, Joshua Jaylyn and Jordyn Also to mourn are her brothers Ross (Addie) McCune and Roy (Angie) McCune, sisters Elsie (John) Collins, Myrtle Smith, and Gladys (Don) Grant, and numerous nieces and nephews Dot grew up on a farm near Disley, Saskatchewan At sixteen she went to work in Regina She met and married Arthur Briere on June 7. 1943 Art and Dot raised seven children until his death on September 30, 1976 She married Joseph Nabiss, on July 22, 1983 They had fourteen years together until his passing on May 17, 1997 She thoroughly enjoyed her return to the beach life in her later years and was granted her last wish to die peacefully at home surrounded by family knowing she was in God's hands All are welcome to join in a Celebration of Dot s Life on Tuesday April 11, 2017 at 7 00 p m at Lee Funeral Home 3101 Dewdney Avenue, Regina Funeral Mass will take place on Wednesday, April 12. 2017 at 1 00 p m at St Jerome s Roman Catholic Church Regina Beach with Rev Gasper Lucus presiding Interment will follow in the Regina Beach Cemetery In lieu of flowers please remember Dot through a donation to her favorite charity, Kingsman Telemiracle 2217C Hanselman Court, Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A8 To leave an online message of condolence please visit www leefunerals com Dignity 17m . j M LIFE WELL View and sign the guest book. Visit A rememberingca a teat Martin, Gladys Irene (nee Wildfong) April 8, 1926- February 11. 2017 A service to celebrate Gladys life will be held Saturday, April 22, 2017 at 2 p m In the Silton United Church. Lunch and visiting to follow at the Silton Community Centre In 2016 Gladys was predeceased by Joe, her husband of 68 years. Her parents, Art and Ella Wildfong; brothers Vernon, Bert and Jim; sisters-in-law Hazel, Regina, Elaine and Doris; son-in-law, Don Rolfe and infant sister Mary each predeceased her during her 90 years Her memory will be cherished by daughter Beverly (Orville); son Ron (Judy); grandchildren Shea, Aaron and Jill: brother, Ray Wildfong There are also greatgrandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family who will remember her for the important roles she played in the Martin and Wildfong families Gladys was born and raised on the farm at Craik, Sk In 1945 she attended Business School in Saskatoon, then worked in the office at the Dairy Pool She met Joe, the love of her life at a dance and later married him Life, as a Silton farm wife and command central for the family, included many roles of community service including the UCW, Legion Auxiliary, Sunday School, 4-H leader, Community Club, snowplow club, curling club The family wishes to thank the compassionate staff at the LMPH in Strasbourg for their exceptional care these past 8 years Donations in memory of Gladys may be made to LMPH Foundation in Strasbourg, Alzheimers Society of Saskatchewan or a charity of choice Flowers gratefully declined Private family interment. Hansen s Funeral Home, Strasbourg in charge of arrangements if S rX :i AA W m m EILEEN VERA MILLER Eileen, late of Regina, SK passed away peacefully on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at the age of 86 years She was predeceased by her husband Kennedy Miller and special friend Gordon Giflis. Eileen is survived by her siblings Ken Knight, Murray (Bernice) Knight and Muriel Campbell; many nieces and nephews and the Gillis family She will also be greatly missed by Shirley, Vivian and Clay, and Lori, Eileen was born and raised in Broadview, SK Her career with Revenue Canada took her to Regina and Winnipeg After her retirement she lived in Regina Beach, Mortlach, Moose Jaw and finally College Park Retirement Home in Regina There was always laughter wherever she went Those who heard her tell the story of the trip through the carwash in Moose Jaw with her window down would understand best how she mastered the art of humour Eileen was a lover of golf and spending time in the casino At her request no funeral service will be held Special thanks to the staff of the Regina General and Pasqua Hospitals and to Susan Getzlaf for the many hospital visits Flowers gratefully declined Memorial donations may be made in Eileen's name to the Allan Blair Cancer Centre. 4101 Dewdney Avenue, Regina, SK, S4T 1A5 To leave an online message of condolence please visit www speersfuneralchapel com SpkkrS .506-b22-.J2.i2 CELEBRATED' Ozzie Slobodian December 21, 1935 - March 30 , 2017 Ozzie passed away peacefully on Thursday, March 30, 2017 in the love and comfort of three generations of family. He was predeceased by an infant brother Peter; his parents Magdalena and John Slobodian, Pauline and Mike Stasuik and sister-in-law, Katie Ozzie leaves to mourn, his loving wife of 57 years, Joyce; children Melody (Ovi) and Craig (Tricia): grandchildren, Derrick, Ashley, Blakeney and Mya He Is survived by his brothers Frank (Sylvia), Paul (Natalie), Bill (Breta) and Joe (Shirley): brothers-in-law Jerry (Joan) and Lloyd (Kathy); numerous nieces and nephews, as well as friends and coworkers Ozzie was a proud and dedicated member of the Trimac team from May 13, 1963 until December 31, 2000 enjoying the many rewards that came with hard work and millions of miles on the road, According to Ozzie's wishes there will be no formal funeral service following his cremation A celebration of his life and interment will be held at a later date The family would like to thank the doctors and nurses on Ward 3D at the Pasqua Hospital for their compassion and care given to Ozzie and those who constantly surrounded him Condolences may be left at www paragonfuneralservices com. PARAGON y FUNFRM&aftflMTlON StHVICtS 359-7776 Edith Lydia Tawar (Rich) It is with great sadness that the family of Edith Lydia Tawar (Rich) wishes to announce that Edith passed away unexpectedly on March 21, 2017, in Surrey, British Columbia, at the age of 67 Edith was born in Regina, Saskatchewan, on August 24, 1949 and was predeceased by her parents William (Alec) and Lydia Rich; her eldest sister Jean and brother-in-law Roy (Olsen): and, her two brothers, Toby and Maurice Rich, She is survived by her sister Joan (Rich); her sons Ted (Heidi) and David (Natalie) Patterson: her three grandsons James (Ted) and Xander and Peyton (David); and, her many nieces and their families Edith lived more than half of her life in Saskatchewan, where she worked for 25 years at the Pasqua Hospital, after which she attended the University of Regina to complete her Bachelor of Social Work degree in 1998 Edith relocated to British Columbia, where she worked for the Ministry of Children and Family Development until 2013, when she retired once and for all from her professional life She found great personal meaning in her work, providing a voice for at risk children and families, and she made a positive difference in many lives. Edith enjoyed nothing more than spending time with her dear grandsons, who represented for her the highest reward in life Xander, Peyton and James will all miss their Grandma Finally, though Edith travelled the world extensively in her later years, she nevertheless yearned to return to Saskatchewan Now it is time for her to come home A family service will be held in Regina, Saskatchewan, at a later date 6140 6101 Fredrick Thalgott September 30, 1938 - April 6, 2017 Fred passed away peacefully in the F'asqua Hospital Fred is survived by his wife Helen; daughter Brook (Chris); granddaughters Violet and Ruby, siblings Maria, Victor, Arnold and their spouses and families At Fred's request, there will be no funeral service In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Fred's memory to the Regina Humane Society Condolences may be left at www paragonfuneralservices com 2 RRAGON 359.7776 V FUNERAL &O?EMAT10N SERVICES vA A Howwi TRAFANANKO, Thomas March 4, 1947 April 2, 2017 Thomas passed away in Brandon. He Is survived by his daughter, Tammy, sister, Melissa (John) Moore & brother Larry, nephew Aaron Moore. A celebration of Life will be held at 2 PM Thursday April 13, 2017 at Lakeview United Church in Regina. Walter Harry (Bud) Wilk September 3, 1927 - April 6, 2017 Bud the youngest son of George and Eva Wilk passed away on April 6, 2017 in Winnipeg, Manitoba A funeral service will be held at 2 00 p m on Wednesday, April 12, 2017 at St. Matthew's Anglican Church, 641 St. Matthews Avenue with a reception to follow A celebration of life and interment will be held at a later date Family and friends may sign a Book of Condolence at www glenlawn ca Glen Lawn Funeral Home 204-982-7550 CH0606J INMEMORIAMS Jacqui Filbrandt Five years have gone by; Tears have dried up, Butyou are still in my heart Rocky In loving memory of DENYSE DAWN HOULT MAY 131978-APR. 91994 In loving memory of Denyse Dawn who at 15 years old, became our guardian angel Denyse, you lived each day to the fullest, gracing our lives with your bright smile and adventurous, carefree ways. While 23 years have passed, our memories of you are clear and continue to bring happiness to our days-now and forever Sadly missed and loved always, Mom, Dad, Darren, Lisa, Jamne, Nolan, Colleen, James, 6 nieces, 2 nephews, many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. Celebrate a life with a personalized website where friends and family can contribute memories, video, photos, music and more. Visit Q remembering remembering.ca RUSSELL In loving memory of Wilson Russell on his 84th birthday, April 5, who left us on June 6, 2016, and son Dean, January 13, 2000. Birthdays are so hard to accept without you. Remembered and ever loved by spouses, June and Lisa; children, Monty, Gail: grandchildren Kimberly, Kelsey, and Dakota and baby Austin, September, Shawn, Danny, Nick, Katie, Wilson Jr , Walker You must listen for the many choruses of "You Are My Sunshine, "and will always be loved forever, the Russell family WALLIS, Zoltan Heaven's Little Angel You're one of Heaven's angels now A perfect little star, And when you shine the world can see How beautiful you are May you fly with magic wings On clouds so soft and white, May your heart be joyful And your days be bathedin light, And though our hearts are broken And your life was far too short. We thank you, sweetest angel, For the happiness you brought Lots of love, Mommy and Daddy (R & E) Weloveyouandmissyou very much! CARDS OF THANKS POMEROY, Dennis I would like to extend my heartfelt appreciation to everyone for their support and acts of kindness during the passing of my brother, Dennis Pomeroy Thank you for the flowers, cards, calls and the donations in is name Thank you to the Moose Jaw Funeral Home their compassion and assistance - Linda Pomeroy GRAVE MARKERS & MONUMENTS MONUMENT Cant afford a headstone for your LOVED one? Now you can, we have many styles and sizes to choose from Call us today at All 4 Laser Engraving, 306-536-5492 ca Stones, pictures and tributes to life.

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