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SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 2009 STARPHOENIX CLASSIFIEDS MARKETPLACE PRINT AND ONLINE MVMnour PM SMART) UMffl The StarPhoenk I FOR SALE LOWER PRICES FINANCING 2009 HYUNDAI ELANTRA JOBS HOMES -SALE DRIVING HOMES-RENTAL ANNOUNCEMENTS PETS ANIMALS Sm (ttlttf comer of Clrcl Drlv ft Idylwyld fcrdeuaa A f7irm motor group ML 15,795 Saskatoon Hyundai 888-364-6881 Shop online 247 Place an ad 24 even at 3 a by phone: 657-6200 Monday-Friday 9am 4pm Sunday 12 noon 4pm closed Saturdays Holidays) Place your print or online classified ad through our website 247 thestarphoenix.complaceanad Ad placement available 247 through our website Place ads online and sell your stuff fast Convenient, easy and safe to use DAVMPNT Print and online rATMtm P-E5C1 CONTACT BY PHONE: 1-800-667-6979 ONLINE: BY FAX: 657-6454 IN PERSON or BY MAIL: The StarPhoenix Classifieds 204 5th Avenue North S7K 2P1 DEADLINES Word Ads to place, change or cancel your classified word ad by telephone, please contact us before 4 p.m. the day prior to publication. Exceptions Friday's Driving before 2 p.m. Thursdays; Saturdays HOMES before 2 p.m. Friday's I Fax orders Vi hour earlier, email order 3 hours earlier.

Classified Display or semi-display Ads to place, change or cancel, please contact us before 11 a.m. the day prior to publication. Obituary announcements to place your announcement, please contact us by 2 p.m. the day prior to publication. All deadlines are subject to change during holidays.

Please check your ad the 1st day it publishes to ensure it is exactly how you would like it to appear or call us and well be happy to make the necessary changes 306.657.6200 or 1.800.667.6979. TELEPHONE HOURS FRI. 9am-4pm SUNDAY 12 noon-4pm CLOSED SATURDAYS EMAIL 24 HOURS A DAY OFFICE HOURS MON. FRI. ns SERVICES hours a day, Allan Hogan assed away on Allan Friday, June 26, 2009 at St.

Paul's Hospital ige for Allan will take place Monday, June 29, 2009 from 7:00 9.00 pm. at Hillcrest Funeral Home (east on 8th Street, turn right before rail crossing). Mass of Christian Burial will take place Tuesday, June 30, 2009 at 2 00 pm. from St. Paul's Roman Catholic Cathedral (Spadina Crescent East and 22nd Street East) Celebrated by the Very Reverend Don Hamel.

Rite of Committal to follow at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Flowers are gratefully declined due to health concerns. Donations in Allans memory can be made to the Children's Wish Foundation of Canada (P.O. Box 309, Saskatoon, SK S7K 3L3) A full obituary will appear in Monday's edition of The Star Phoenix. HILLCREST FimalHome (306)477-4400 www.hillcnestmemoriaLca BOULTER, Ralph David February a 1922 May 18.

2009 Dad lost his last battle against cancer, having fought the good fight several times since first diagnosed 20 years ago. Born in Empress, Alberta, Dad, with his pioneering parents, Aaron and Anna Boulter and siblings, farmed in Acadia Valley, Esther and Oyen, Alberta. He attended Olds Agricultural College in 1939-40 In 1941 he joined the Army and then remustered to the RCAF. He and his brother Fred went overseas in December 1941, arriving in England on Christmas Day. There he became a member of the 417 Squadron.

In 1943 he was part of the North Africa campaign against Rommel, "The Desert Dad married Grace Todd of Oyen, Alberta in 1945 and had one daughter, Bonnie. He joined Massey Harris (Ferguson) in 1945 in Calgary and retired as the District Sales Manager for Western Canada in 1979. In 1978, he married Irene Turner and together they happily and successfully farmed in Kyle, Saskatchewan Dad pursued his love of aviation obtaining his pilot's license and owned or co-owned several Cessnas over the years. In later years Dad moved to Trochu, Alberta where ne worked for Trochu Motors and lived on his small acreage just outside Trochu where he enjoyed reading, carpentry, inventing, gardening and using good old pioneering know-how and at the age of 75, Dad obtained his glider pilot's license. Left to mourn his death is his daughter, Bonnie; sisters, Monica Smyth King and Joan Tullikopl (John); brother, Jock (Esther) and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

He was predeceased by his parents and his brother, Fred. Dad, you were father, friend and encourager to me You took pride and interest in all my endeavors. Your dog, Pat III and I will miss you beyond words. Woodman Lake will never be the same without you. Your handyman print is all over it and I will miss my fishing buddy.

There will be an Open House at the Senior's Drop-In Centre in Trochu on Sunday, August 9, between 2 00 5 00 for family and friends in the area to tell stories and share memories or (and PERSONALS TT 1 ALICE ELIZABETH LUXTON April 18, 1935 -June 2, 2009 Alice Luxton is survived by her brother, Elwyn (Nesta Primeau) Luxton; niece, Sharon (Robin) Morton; nephew, Donald Luxton, grand-niece, Megan Morton; additional family in England including cousins, Ralph (Kay) Weeks, Pat Gledhill, Janet (Barry) Deller, Brian Davies, Nan Wheeler and their families: and numerous close friends in Canada and other countries Alice had a long and fascinating career in the federal civil service Born in Borden, Saskatchewan, she was the second of three children of English-born Henry Luxton (1893-1958) and Welsh-born Mary Gwenllian (n6e Davies, 1905-1994) The family lived in Speers until 1942, when they moved to Radisson, then to Saskatoon in 1956. After graduation, Alice worked in a psychiatrists office before joining the Department of External Affairs as a Foreign Service Stenographer in 1961. Embarking on a life of adventure over the next thirty years, Alice was posted in many Canadian embassies around the world, including: Belgrade in the former Yugoslavia (where her accommodation was bugged); Berne, Switzerland, Bonn, Germany, London, England; Tokyo, Japan; and Auckland, New Zealand. From August 1966 August 1967 she was stationed in Saigon, Vietnam with the International Commission for Supervision and Control in Indochina, for which she was awarded the Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal in 2003. Alice loved this life of constant travel, and made side trips to many other exotic locations.

Her wonderful sense of humour saw her through many difficult situations, including memorable dental work in Belgrade without any pain relief Outgoing and social, she maintained many enduring friendships with people she worked with, and others she met on her travels. After retirement to Ottawa, she relocated to Richmond, B.C. in 1991, where she lived tor the remainder of her life Through ongoing volunteer work, she supported the Arthritis Society and the Richmond Library. Alice passed away in June after a long and valiant struggle with many medical issues We will all miss ner proud and independent spirit No service by request. Donations can be made in Alice's memory to the Arthritis Society or the medical charity of your choice The StarPhoenix Deadline To Place an Obituary Announcement For the next day's publication is 2 pm By phone: 306.657.6200 Toll Free: 1.800.667.6979 Fax: 306.657.6454 email: (closed Saturdays and holidays) Announcements also appear online on our website, along with Guest Book services, at We also offer Canada wide coverage in The National Post lor an additional cost Due to the vanou; sires oC announcements we cannot guarartee notices will appear in alphabetical order TOW -j rV.

1 if I Janies Leonard Rodgers April 9, 1957 -June 20, 2009 Jim is lovingly remembered by his wife, Lynn; and daughters, Karla, Kyla, and Kendra; sister, Joanne (Vince) and niece, Brianna Cassidy Predeceased by parents, Joan and Leonard Growing up in Northern Ontario Jim was a skilful kicker for Englehart Spartans and the Orillia Silver Bombers Jim was an avid and successful pool player with a great love for the outdoors. He was a social man and was often accompanied by family and tnends. A memorial service will be held at Saskatoon Funeral Home on Tuesday, June 30, 2009 at 330 pm. Email condolences may be sent to mailsaskatoonfuneralhome com Arrangements entrusted to SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. 244-5577 3'.

Elda Irene Henderson December 25, 1910 June 11, 2009 Elda was born on Christmas Day. 1910 near Burks Falls, Ontario She is predeceased by her parents, Eva and George Overholt, her brothers, Harley and Ray; and her husband, Norman Henderson. She is survived by her daughter, Lynn (Jim) Tomkins of Regina and her son, Ian (Esther) Henderson of Outlook, SK; her grandchildren' Rob Tomkins, Jennifer Moshansky, Lisa Reid and Lori Henderson, and seven great grandchildren In 1921, the family moved to Omemee, Ontario, where Elda completed school and met her future husband. Norm She attended Normal School in Peterborough and taught in one-room schools in Ontario throughout the Depression, until she and Norm could afford to marry in 1940. The Toronto-Domimon Bank transferred them west, with their last home being in Saskatoon.

Elda belonged to the 1 0 and was a long-time member ot Third Avenue United Church. The family thanks the Outlook Pioneer Home staff for making her feel comfortable and well cared for as her health deteriorated Interment will be in Emily Cemetery in Omemee, alongside her husband A memorial service will be held at 3 00 pm. Monday, June 29, 2009 conducted by Rev Donna Wilson at the Chapel ot Saskatoon Funeral Home. Condolences may be emailed to mailsaskatoonfuneralhome com Arrangements are entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME, 244-5577 1372255 3 Lynn Gruending It is with extreme sadness the family announces Lynn's death June 25, 2009. Born in Cudworth February 27, 1947, Lynn lived an exemplary life, a loving husband to Paulette and a guiding father to both Keane, his son; and to his daughter and son-in-law, Kristin and Liam McGrath Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Tuesday, June 30 from the Immaculate Conception Church, Tisdale, at 2 00 v' ALBERT (AL) WARREN March 15, 1932 -June 24, 2009 Albert (Al) Warren passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on Wednesday, June 24, 2009 after a brief battle with cancer.

Albert (Al) was born March, 15, 1932 in Ashbourne, England, counties of Derbyshire and Staffordshire. He attended school in Osmaston, Derby and graduated from St. Aloysius College in London, England. He worked in his parent's post office and general store. Albert was in the British Army for seven years before immigrating to Canada in 1952 Albert held various jobs with Singer Sewing Machines, Sears, Robinson Stores, CNIB, and finished his working career at Canada Post.

Albert was active in Henry Kelsey Home and School Association. He held positions with minor soccer and hockey associations. Albert started the first all girls soccer team in Saskatoon and was the head of the Soccer Association Albert was dedicated to Mayfair Lawn Bowling Club where he was a member for over 30 years. He promoted the Learn to Bowl program and organized the first indoor lawn bowling club. Albert was very active in First Baptist Church as a deacon, chairman of the ushers and music committees He was a director on the board of the Friendship Inn.

Albert was past president of the Resident Association of the Villa Royale where he resided until his death. Albert (Al) was predeceased, in March 2009, by Viola (Vi) his wife of 48 years. Albert will be dearly missed by his son, Darryl; daughter-in-law, Lisa: grandson. Nathan, daughter, Sharon; adopted daughter, Marie; Als sister, Anne Winston (Frank); and all his family in England; sisters-in-law, Hazel Cuff, Grace Winder, Esther Robinson, Frances Pilgrim (Don Waters), from Saskatoon; and many nieces and nephews. A Memorial Service will be held in Albert's honour on Tuesday, June 30, 2009 at 2 00 pm, First Baptist Church.

Saskatoon In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to First Baptist Church or Canadian Cancer Society Arrangements in care of Tompkins Funeral Home, Wadena, Sk Vargo Evelyn Doreen 1926-2009 The death of Evelyn Doreen Vargo age 82 years of Saskatoon occurred at Royal University Hospital on Thursday, June 25, 2009 A complete obituary will appear in a future edition of this paper. Email condolences may be sent to mailsaskatoonfuneralhome com. Arrangements entrusted to SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. 244-5577 1373084 SANDRA BESSEnE (McMillan) It is with great sadness we announce the sudden passing of Sandy in Calgary at the age of 53. She will be missed by children Rachelle (Sue), and grandson Jacob; Miranda, Justin and their father Al.

Sisters, Judy (Jim) Wandler (Christa, Wade); Kathleen (Al) Hudson (Jason, Kimberley). Predeceased by parents Lome and Mary. Service to be held in Calgary on June 30 Jim Thomas Maloney April 7, 1949 -June 24. 2009 It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our brother and friend Jim passed suddenly but peacefully in St. Paul's Hospital on June 24 Jim was predeceased by his parents, Patrick and Lillian.

He will be greatly missed by his brothers, Ed. Joe (Gladis), Dennis (Debbie); and sister, Mary Judith (Terry); sons, Kirk and Dylan; nephews, niece and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Jim was a true friend and was always there to help when asked. He loved to hunt and fish and loved his motorcylces. Thank you to all who looked after Jim at St.

Paul's. Your kindness and patience was greatly appreciated. According to Jim's wishes there will be no service, instead, there will be a gathering at Ed's on July 4 after 4 00 pm. at 1233 Avenue North. Please cherish your memories of him.

Jim Was Jim. 1373040 7 McNABB, Carman Carman McNabb of Davidson and Girvin, SK. age 75 years, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, June 24, 2009 at St. Paul's Hospital, Saskatoon, SK. Carman is survived by his loving family: wife Dons; daughter Debbie (Neil) Warken and son Cole Warkan; son Murray (Norah) McNabb and family Allan, Jessie and Terry McNabb; brother Willard (Norma) McNabb; and sister-in-law Jean (Jay) Mclvor; also nieces and nephews.

The celebration of Carmans life funeral service will be held on Tuesday, June 30, 2009 at 2 m. from the Davidson United Church, Davidson, SK with Rev. Diane Eurig officiating Interment family plot Davidson Cemetery, Davidson, SK. For friends so wishing memorials in memory of Carman may be directed to the Sask. Heart and Stroke Fund, Davidson Recreation Fund, Davidson United Church Furnace Fund, Davidson Cemetery Fund, Royal University Hospital Fund, St.

Paul's Hospital Fund, Saskatoon City Hospital Fund or to the charity of your choice. Hanson's Funeral Home Davidson in care of arrangements 1373101 Obituary and In-Memorium Announcements in The StarPhoenix appear online on remembering ca Sto' i ptctuit and utivt-H to lift I.

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