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F.?. Saturday. November 9. 2013 CLASSIFIEDS Leader-Post h-aderi! own jaderpostcnrmmbrin Obituaries MAGDALENE FROHLICK September 16, 1915 - November 6, 2013 It is with great sadness our family announces the passing of Magdalene Frohlick on Wednesday, November 6. 2013 at the age of 98 Magdalene was predeceased by her husband John, her eldest son Adie, three brothers, Chris, Frank and Tony, two sisters Barbara and Tessie, and her son Harold who passed away as an infant in 1937 She is survived by three sons, Robert (Mary Lynn), Gordon (Jane) and Richard, two sisters, Mary Bast and Julia Ell. daughter-in-law Melva, and six grandchildren, Darrell, Denise. Lance, Laura, Jason and Joanne Magdalene is also survived by nine great-grandchildren, David, Tyler, Megan, Matthew Brayden, Jayden, Tylan, Ethan and Jacob, as well as one great-great-grandson, Kurt Visitation will be held at Speers Funeral Chapel, 2136 College Avenue, Regina on Monday, November 11, 2013 from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at the Santa Maria Senior Citizens Home Chapel, 4215 Regina Avenue, Regina on Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at 9:30 a.m. Interment will follow at Riverside Memorial Park To leave an online message of condolence, please visit www speersfuneralchapel com STEERS 522 3232 Marjorie Sherman Milestone, SK Marjorie passed away on Thursday, November 7, 2013 at Tatagwa View Special Care Home. Weyburn, SK She was predeceased by her husband, Ralph in 2002, parents. Forest & Nina Hendrickson, sister, Edythe Bratt, brother, Melvin Hendrickson Marjorie is survived by her three sons. Ron, Neil (Brenda), Garnet, one daughter, Michelle (Dave) Ferris, grandchildren, Chad, Teresa (Blake), Natasha (Shawn), Bryan, Jason (Jennifer), Monica (Carter), Stephanie (John), Nathan & Joshua, great frandchildren, Ryder & Zander, one sister, hirley (Scotty) Gilchrist, one sister in law, Edna Sherman A Memorial Service in celebration of Marjorie's life will be held at 2:00PM on Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at Milestone United Church with Rev. Tim Ellis officiating. Interment in the Milestone Cemetery, Milestone, SK Should friends so wish, donations in memory of Marjorie may be made to the Milestone United Church, P 0 Box 157, Milestone, SK, SOG 3L0 Arrangements entrusted to X ARAGON 359-7776 FUNERAL&CltEMATION SERVICES ROBERT "BOB" LACHLAN HUGHES June 1, 1944 - November 5, 2013 Bob was born to Robert Wesley Hughes and Helen Elizabeth Hughes on June 1 1944 He was named after his father and his mother's maiden name (MacLachlan) Bob was born in Regina, SK He lived in various cities across Canada including Edmonton, Burnaby, Montreal, Mississauga, Saskatoon and Calgary Bob eventually came to settle in the Queen City He began his writing career at the Leader-Post in 1962 as a copy boy He went on to become one of Saskatchewan's most renowned sports writers and personalities Bob's life was sports His passion was writing He was one of the few lucky enough to combine both In a book he had started, but has yet to see the shelves, Bob wrote, "I have decided that the secret to life is to keep on living You should always have something that will get you up the next morning, and the morning after that And, it has to be something you are passionate about It has to be something you are good at It has to be something that is good for people " Bob is survived by his two sons, Geoffrey and Ryan, both of Calgary, who are the greatest gifts life gave him He is also survived by his brother Peter Hughes of Regina and his sister Marm Zafar of New Jersey Bob will be so missed by his nieces and nephews, by his "Sainted Hillsdale Aunt," Irene, and by so many golfers, sport enthusiasts and dear friends far and near A Celebration of Bob's Life will be held at the Conexus Arts Centre, 200 Lakeshore Drive, Regina, SK on Monday, November 25, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers donations in memory of Bob, may be made to Special Olympics Saskatchewan, 353 Broad Street Regina, SK, S4R 1X2 To leave an online message of condolence, please visit www speersfuneralchapel com Yer welcome SpeerS 522 3232 WARN, Doreen It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Doreen Warn loving wife, mother and grandmother on Thursday, November 7, 2013 at the age of 69 years Doreen was predeceased by her mother and father, James and Eileen Thomson and sister Janet Scantleburey She is survived by her husband Ken Warn, sons Ron (Shelley) and Colin (Angie), grandchildren Nicole, Kenny, Colleen, Sean and Caitlin; brothers-in-law Ron Scantleburey, Jerry (Darlene) Warn, as well as many relatives and dear friends A FUNERAL SERVICE will be held at Regina Funeral Home, Hwy 1 East, Regina, SK on Tuesday November 12, 2013 at 2 00 p m Donations in memory of Doreen may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association, 1400 522 University Avenue, Toronto, ON M5G 2R5 Arrangements entrusted to REGINA FUNERAL HOME Highway 1 East 789-8850 - - C867530 L 5 si 4 SHAW, RUTH The family of Ruth Shaw announces her passing on Monday. November 4, 2013, at the age of 95 In accordance with her wishes, a service to celebrate her life will take place in Yorkton in the spring of 2014 Ruth Reaka Fessler was born October 2, 1918 in Drinkwater, SK, the oldest of five children born to Oscar and Jessie Fessler She attended school at Drinkwater, and enrolled in Normal School in Regina in 1936 where she earned her teaching certificate In 1937 she started teaching in Parry, SK, and taught in the south and west parts of the province In 1941 she left teaching, and took a job in the circulation department of the Regina Leader Post in Regina There she met Cliff Shaw, who was a photographer for the newspaper They were married in Regina in 1943 In 1944 they came to Yorkton, where Cliff was the bureau manager of the Leader Post Their children, Doug and Karen, were born here Both Ruth and Cliff were extremely active in the community When Cliff died unexpectedly of a heart attack on the opening day of the 1959 Yorkton Exhibition, Ruth was thrust into the role of being the one person news and distribution bureau for the Leader-Post From her office on Third Avenue South she would ensure that the paper carriers received the papers for their routes, collect the subscription fees and most evenings cover news events in Yorkton for publication in the next day's newspaper She continued working for the newspaper until 1975 She then became the manager of the Yorkton Chamber of Commerce, and continued in that position until 1997 Ruth was a tireless volunteer in the community, and a promoter of Yorkton, its businesses and its organizations, for more than six decades The Yorkton Chamber of Commerce recognized and honoured her contributions in September with a Life Membership a few weeks short of her 95th birthday She was a member of the Rotary Club, and through the years assisted as a volunteer with just about every project and event that happened in the city, particularly, after her retirement, with the Yorkton Exhibition Association making guests and exhibitors feel welcome at receptions Notable was her contribution to the Yorkton Film Society which evolved into the Yorkton Film Festival Ruth was the last of the original founders of the film socipty and on the occasion of her 90th birthday, her friends, family and the festival established the Ruth Shaw Best of Saskatchewan award, which recognizes the best film made in the province Ruth was named Yorkton s Citizen of the Year on July 1, 1989 and in October 1999 was the recipient of the Chambers of Commerce Executives of Canada s Excellence Award for her meritorious service to the Chamber and community She received the Queen s Golden Jubilee Medal in 2002 Ruth loved and devoted herself to her family and friends She was a proud citizen of Yorkton She enjoyed politics and devoured newspapers After her retirement in 1997, she wrote more than a hundred articles with her observations of people, places and the history of her home city Her life spanned a remarkable period of time In 1923 when she was five years old. she rode her pony to a one room school Ninety years later she was on her computer in her nursing home keeping in close touch by email with her family and friends across Canada and overseas Ruth was fiercely loyal had a wonderful sense of humour, was principled, stoic, determined, hard working and courageous in the face of adversity She was a great story teller, eyes twinkling with an incredible memory and firm opinions Her love was unconditional She will be missed by all whose lives she touched Ruth was predeceased by her husband Cliff in 1959 by her daughter Karen in Ibbitson in 2010 her sister Eileen Void and her brother Bud Fessler She is survived by her son Douglas and Leslie Shaw and their children David Elizabeth, Susan and Nancy Shaw Bryan Ibbitson Jenn Dool. granddaughter Jessica and Derek Anderson and their children Tyler. Bella and Ava grandson Timothy and Mette Anderson, brothers Ken Fessler and Hank Fessler, and many nieces nephews and their families Those wishing to make a contribution in Ruth s memory may do so with a gift to the Yorkton Film Festival Ruth Shaw Award If you wish to be advised of the date and location of the celebration of Ruth s life in the spring please email dick u dderyk com Friends so wishing may forward their condolences to the family by visiting www christiesfuneralhome com Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Christies Funeral Home & Crematorium Yorkton Saskatchewan Murray Johnston On November 6 2013, Mr (Kenneth) Murray Johnston passed away at Pioneer Lodge in Moose Jaw at the age of 83 years Murray was born on April 14, 1930 at the family farm in the Pansy district, south of Courval He and his brother, Gordon, farmed together for many years until Gordon's passing and health concerns required that Murray make the difficult decision to move to Moose Jaw He lived there for several years at Mulberry Estates and more recently at Pioneer Lodge Predeceased by his parents, George and Minnie Johnston, sister lla Forsythe. Brother Gordon Johnston and brother-in-law George Forsythe Murray is survived by his nieces Betty (Doug) Hicks of Mortlach and family Carla (David Waldner), Dana (Gilles) Lajoie and their son Dominic, and Lyndon (Lisa Evans), Marilyn (Barry) Dies of Estevan and family Nathan (Melanie Young) and Leah (Terrell Fisher), Sharon (David) Monseler of Saskatoon and family Kevin, Derek and Christine (Steve) Lawson and their children Christopher, Matthew, Julia, and Sean In keeping with Murray's wishes, a Graveside Service will be held on Tuesday. November 12 at 11 00 am at the Mossbank Cemetery with Sam Hawkins officiating Following the service, friends are invited to join the family for lunch at Mossbank Legion Hall, 200 5th Avenue East, Mossbank SK For those so wishing, memorial donations may be made to the Moose Jaw Health Foundation at 455 Fairford St E Moose Jaw, SK S6H 1H3 or to a charity of your choice Online condolences can be shared at www pichehawkinsgrondinfuneralchapels ca u ne r a I Chapels LUKEY, GERTRUDE (OTTENBREIT) Nov. L 1929-Nov. 6, 2013 Gertrude Lukey of Weyburn, SK passed away at Regina General Hospital on November 6th, 2013 at the age of 84 years Gertrude will be lovingly remembered by her husband, Bob, her children Carol (Russ) Roome, Weyburn, Ron (Helene) Lukey. Marquette. Ml, Janet (Lome) Ebel. Weyburn, Simone (Doug) McCosh, Saskatoon, Evan (Sherry) Lukey. Coldstream. BC, Brian Lukey Burnaby, BC. Adele (John) Popp Erickson, MB She will be sadly missed by her 13 grandchildren, one great grandson, brothers Alfred, Dave (Linda), Orville (Bev) Ottenbreit, sister-in-law Pat Ottenbreit, brother in law Walter Lukey, her aunt Clara Ungar and her many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends Gertrude was predeceased by her parents Frank and Caroline (Exner) Ottenbreit, her twin sister Julia Hicke and her in-laws Simon and Irene Lukey Prayers for Gertrude will be held on Friday, November 8, 2013 at 7 00 p m from St Vincent de Paul Roman Catholic Church, Weyburn, SK with Father Gerry Bauche officiating A Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, November 9 2013 at 10 30 a m from St Vincent de Paul Roman Catholic Church with Father Andrei Kachur, officiating Interment to follow at Hillcrest Cemetery, Weyburn, SK For family and friends so wishing donations in memory of Gertrude may be made to a charity of choice Arrangements were entrusted to RD Family Funeral Chapel & Crematorium, Weyburn, SK (848 0333 -1-888 848-0333) Expressions of sympathy to the family may be sent to our website at www rdfamilymemorialchapel com Our family serving your family" -Y-l ' tft V- v 4 LETOURNEAU, David Dave" May 23, 1946-Regina. SK November 3, 2013 - Calgary. AB It is with heavy hearts we announce the passing of Dave Letourneau on Sunday, November 3, 2013 after a brief illness with pneumonia as result of COPD and Alzheimer's Dave began his career with IPSCO in Regina, and after receiving his Metallurgical Technologist degree at NAIT, he worked in the oil field as a non destructive inspector, a job he considered to be his hobby Dave leaves behind his wife of forty-five years, Iris, daughter and son-in-law Shelley and Matt Aird. brothers Larry (Pat) and Vern (Nancy) Bil, sisters Johanne (Dennis) Draher, Ten (Garry) Tramer, Mandy (Bob) Melanson, Marie (Tony) Syrota, and Gina (Kevin) Tetlow, mother-in-law Anne Kitchen, as well as numerous extended family and good friends He was predeceased by his son Jason in 2012, parents Lou and Grace Letourneau, sister Lynda, brother Bill and father-in-law Bill Kitchen As per Dave s wishes no funeral service will be held. His family and friends will celebrate his life at a later date If friends so desire, memorial tributes may be made directly to The Alzheimer Society of Calgary, Suite 201, 222 - 58th Avenue S W , Calgary, AB T2H 2S3, www alzheimercalgary com or Alberta Lung Association, P 0 Box 4500, Station South. Edmonton. AB T6E 6K2 www ab lung ca Forward condolences through www mcinmsandholloway com. In living memory of Dave Letourneau, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park JL McIn'msa Holloway f Tj " ii 18006611599 wwwmhfhcom MARJORY SCHERLE 1931-2013 Marjory Harriet Scherle (nee Wilcox), late of Edgeley, SK passed away peacefully on Wednesday, November 6, 2013 at the age of 82 Predeceased by her parents, infant brother and granddaughter Terri Carson, Marjory is survived by her husband of 62 years Jack Scherle, daughter Marlene Schmidt of Regina, sons Ken (Penny) Scherle of Edgeley and Richard Scherle of QuAppelle, grandchildren Tracey Schmidt, Michael Schmidt, Bobbie (Chris) Schiller and Roy Carson, greatgrandchildren Miranda Kayla, Tyla, Madison, Braden, Preston and Amelia, sisters-in-law Florence Scherle and Irene Emperingham, brother-in-law Frank Scherle (Evelyne). special cousin Annabelle Wolfe, numerous nieces and nephews and her dog Rusty A Celebration of Life will be held at Speers Funeral Chapel, 2136 College Avenue, Regina on Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at 3:30 p.m. with Pastor Darold Sauer officiating. A private family interment at Riverside Memorial Park will be held at a later date Flowers most gratefully declined Friends so wishing may make donations, in memory of Marjory, to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan, 279-3rd Ave North Saskatoon SK S7K 2H8 To leave an online message of condolence, please visit www speersfuneralchapel com SpeerS 522 3232 i,t , ANNA MARIE MARY SCHACHTEL August 14th, 1921 - November 5th, 2013 It is with sadness and joy that we announce the passing of our mother, grandmother and great grandmother, Mary at her home at St Joseph s in Saskatoon surrounded by her Family She is loved and cherished by her 9 living children Sr Judy, SMS. Allan (Gay). (John) Lome (Sally), Wayne (Catheryn), JoAnne (Jeremy) Askew, John (Cindy), Marie (Ron) Letendre, son-in-law, Alvin Gerencser, 19 jrandchildren and 13 great grandchildren Leanne (Daxton) Lesko and daughter .auren, Loriann (Sean) Pedersen and children Ben and Anna, Kim (Alison) Gerencser and daughter Alexis. Bryanna (Adam) Doleman and sons Aldan and Elijah Ryan (Tomoko) Schachtel, Rory (Linda) Schachtel and children Micaiah, Creston and Kaliyah, Gretta (Brendon) Sayers. Jason (Carolyn) Forden and daughter Evelyn, Missy (Robert) Aday and son Noah, Raelyn (Tim) Harrison and daughters, Zoe and Shiloh, Kyle (Dawn) Schachtel. Curtis (Jenna) Gerencser, Janelle (Mike) Nowosad and son Jax, Kate Schachtel. Michael St Arnaud. Mary Arnatt, Michael Schachtel, Anthony and Matthew Panattom-Schachtel. one sister, Lorraine Sherritt, two brothers. John and Tony (Lorraine) Schneider sister-in-law, Bertha Dionne, as well as many nieces and nephews, cousins and friends She was predeceased by her husband John, daughters, Lorraine Schachtel and Janine Gerencser. grandson. Keith Forden. son-in law, Ray Arnatt, parents, sisters Clemy(Pete) Schmidt, Berdy (Adam) Mayer, Irene (George) Degelman, Fran (Peter) Klotz, Clare (Phil) Selinger. in laws, Pauline Schneider and Jack Sherritt Mary was born in Kronau, the eldest of nine children born to John Schneider and Christina (Ebenal) She attended school at St Joseph's in Regina and left school after completing her Grade X following the sudden passing of her father She helped raise her siblings as well becoming a hair dresser for a local salon in Regina On October 28th, 1942 she married John Schachtel Following the war in 1946, they moved to Quinton to farm and raise their eleven children In 1976 they retired to their new home in Humboldt and for twenty three years they enjoyed travelling and spending time at the lake with family and triends In 2003 she was diagnosed with Parkinson s disease In 2006 she moved to St Ann s Place in Saskatoon and in 2008 when her independence began tailing she moved to Prairie Springs home Since January 2010 she has been content at St Joseph s Home for t tie love and care she received Our Mother had a deep faith and many incredible gifts that she shared over the years Her life was busy being a supportive faithful and loving wife for 57 years, loving and caring for her eleven children with a strong and gentle nature Her eyes would light up when she held and caressed her grandchildren and great grandchildren She was the heart of our home and gave unselfishly and unconditionally She was an active member of the CWL and enjoyed singing in the church choir Special Thanks to the Sisters. Nurses and Stall at St Joseph s for their loving care of our Mother over the last four years In lieu of flowers donations for Mom would be appreciated if directed fo St Joseph s Home (33 Valens Drive Saskatoon S7L 3S2) or to Immaculate Conception Parish fund Cemetery (Box 73 Quinton SOA 3GO) The Vigil tor Mary will be held at 7 00 p m on Monday November 11th The Mars of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 00 am on Tuesday November 12th Both services will be held at Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Church (114 Kingsmere Place Sa kaloon) Following the reception the Rite ot Committal will take place at 3 30 p m at the Immaculate Conception Parish Cemetery in Quinton SK Arraneemeiitsincarpol John Schachtel MOURNING GLORY FUNERAL SERVICES (306 978 5 200) Donald Frederick Lyster February 26, 1923 - November 6, 2013 On Wednesday, November 6. 2013, Donald Frederick Lyster, Abernethy, SK , and late of Calgary, AB , died at Monterey Place in Calgary, AB at the age of 90 years The Funeral Service will be held in Knox United Church Abernethy SK , on Friday November 15. 2013 at 2 00 p m with Rev Brian R Mee officiating Interment in the Abernethy Cemetery Don lived nearly all of his childhood and adult life on a farm 5 miles south of Abernethy He was born in the Kerrobert district of Sask And in 1929 when Don was 6 years old he moved with his family to the home farm He attended school in Kenlis and Abernethy In 1946 he married Marion Lewis They lived on the home farm where they raised a family of four. They moved to Abernethy in 1997 and to Calgary in 2010 Marion died in 2011 and Don continued on at Monterey Place in Calgary where he died peacefully with family at his side on November 6, 2013 For all of his working life Don was a farmer who worked hard and persevered through good times and bad Don was a story teller and loved to entertain with humorous, spellbinding stories of people from every walk of life He loved his family and his community His strength, generosity, and kindness touched countless lives He was giving of his time and was involved in many community and church organizations His passion for oratory and drama will be long remembered He will be deeply missed by his entire family, children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren who range in age from 1 to 65 years He was predeceased by his wife, Marion in 2011, his parents, Chet and Mollie, sister, Jean and brothers, George, Mack and Larry Don is survived by two sons and two daughters Bryan (Pat) Lyster, Abernethy, SK , Donna (Ken) Pederson, Sharon (Brent) Smith and Lyall (Mich) Lyster all of Calgary, AB , his grandchildren Shannon (Maen) Saleh. Sara (Rick) Kreklewich, David (Cormna) Smith, Dan and Jenny Smith, Michael and Aaron Pederson and Shaun and Ben Lyster, his great-grandchildren, Aldan and Noah Saleh and Kailey and Kenton Kreklewich Don is also survived by his sister Shirley Anne (Keith) McLean Don received compassionate care at Monterey Place and for that the family is very grateful If friends so desire contributions may be made to Knox United Church, Abernethy. SK , SOA 0A0 Online condolences may be made at www tubmanth com f "N TUbman Cremation & (Dignity) Funeral Services 1-800-667-8962 DONALD EDWARD LEE WISEMAN Don, born April 19, 1945 in Moose Jaw, passed away peacefully on Wednesday. November 6. 2013 at the age of 68 years Predeceased by his parents Ed and Ethel Wiseman, late of Moose Jaw and wife Irene Wiseman, Don is survived by his daughter Michelle (Len) Nanjad and grandsons Niall and Oscar, stepson Kevin (Nancy) Kaweski and grandsons Clark and Joey. Don worked for many years at Safeway in both Moose Jaw and Regina He was also a property manager until his retirement A Memorial Service will be held at Speers Funeral Chapel, 2136 College Avenue, Regina on Thursday, November 14, 2013 at 3:30 p.m. To leave an online message ot condolence, please visit www speerfuneralchapel com SpeerS 522 3232 John Alexander Yewman September 5, 1948 - November 5, 2013 John passed away peacefully with his family by his side on Tuesday, November 5. 2013 John was predeceased by his parents Irving and Margaret Yewman. He is survived by his son Michael Yewman: daughter Jami Yewman, sisters Wendy Yewman (Al) and family, Kim Yewman (Richard) and family John will also be missed by many close friends Michael and Jami would like to thank all of John's close friends who were there with them during John s final days Their love and support will always be greatly appreciated Please join us for a Celebration of John s Life on Friday November 29. 2013, 7 30 p m at The Exchange, 2431 - 8th Ave , Regina. SK Search John Yewman on Facebook tor event details Arrangements entrusted to DRAGON 359.7776 ' ' fUNI RAL (kOtl MATION St HVK ES Those whom we love go out of sight, But never out of mind: They are cherished In the hearts 01 those thev left behind. Loving and hind In all their ways, Upright and just In all their days-Sincere and true in heart and mind. Beautiful memories they left behind. A constant wish that they were here; Others were taken, yes we know; But they were ous and we loved them ; f

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