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Wednesday, November 7, 1990 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Star-Phoenix Qf SlarPhoenix Mon, issues Office Hours' Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. p.m. Classified Telephone hours: Monday to Friday 7:00 a.m. p.m. Saturdays: 10:00 a.m.
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Active Pallbearers were: Merle Drennan, Dale Rochelle, Rob Drennan, Darryl Rochelle, John Loraas and John Whittle. Interment took place in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. LOEHNDORF The Funeral Mass for Mrs. Monica Magdalena Loehndorf who died on November 3rd, 1 990 was held from St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church on Tuesday, November 6th, 1 990 at 1 0:30 a.m.
Celebrated by Rev. Fr. D. Benedet C.Ss.R. and Rev.
M. Koch. Pallbearers were: Douglas Gelowrtz, James Gelowitz, Gerald Gelowitz, Cameron Stad-nyk, Christen Sander, Tammy Sander. Interment was made in the Catholic Section of Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements were in care of Westwood Funeral Chapel.
MACPHEE The Funeral Liturgy of Katherine Teresa Macphee who died on Thursday, November 1 st, 1 990 was held from Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Church on Tuesday, November 6th at 1 0:30 a.m. celebrated by Very Rev. Father Phaneuf. Pallbearers were: Dr. Earl Freidin, John MacDonald, Leo King, Duncan Robertson, Wayne King and Clarence Was-man.
Interment took place in Woodlawn Catholic Cemetery. Arranqements were entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. NEIL The Funeral Service of Norma Neil who died on Thursday, November 1st, 1990 was held from St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church on Tuesday, November 6th at 3:30 p.m. conducted by Rev.
James McKay and Rev. Annabelle Wallace. Active Pallbearers were: Norm Bennetto, Bill Campbell, Dick Ber ry, Fred Hammond, Jim Butler, Hank McLean, Jim Callin, Bruce Madeley. Interment took place in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Arrangements were entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS 7 ACADIA DRIVE FUNERALCHAPEL 955-1600 91S Acadia Drive JOHN SCHACHTEL LARRY JOHNSON McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPELS ROBERT MCKAGUE DONALD NEWBIGGING Phone 6M-3131, 300 3rd Ave. S. PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL GREG M. LALACH DAVID J. SCHURR 311 3RD AVE.
NO. 244-2103 SASKATOON FUNERAL HOAAE W. Arnold Edwards, Lars Nlssen Pil. 244 5577 338 4th Ave. Nortti WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL Rae Murdock 653-3434, 20f St Ave CREMATORIUMS 11 Hillcrest Memorial Gardens And Crematorium Memorial Cremation Service 477-22M PRAIRIE VIEW CREMATORIUM Memorial and Cremation Services.
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54 3E2 ARSCOTT ASSOCIATES Life insurance, annuity brokers and charity-donation consultants. 665-8111. Bequests and In Memorium donations to THE CANADIAN NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND are tax deductible provide vital services to visually impaired children and adults In Saskatchewan. CNIB, 1705 McKercner Dr, toon, 57H 5N6, 34-4543 IN MEMOftlAMS 23 ISAAC In loving memory of Burton who passed away November 6lh, 1974. Dear heavenly Father Take a message to my son up above Please tell him now much I miss him And give him all my love.
Lovingly remembered and sadly missed your mother. 629 Driveways 625 587 671 688 547 615 669 582 675 CUTTING Tanya Linnea. It is with deep sorrow that we announce the death of our beloved daughter, Tanya age 1 7, of Outlook, SK, which occurred November 2nd, 1990 at the Royal University Hospital, Saskatoon. She was bom June 3rd, 1973 in Stettler, AB and moved with her family to Outlook in 1976. Receiving all her education in Outlook she was presently enrolled in Outlook High School.
She leaves to mourn her loss her parents, Dan and Sheila; two sisters, Theresa and Tamara; one brother, Nathan; paternal grandparents, Dan and Austa Cutting of Glenside; maternal grandmother, Irene Retzleff of Outlook; also many aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends. She was predeceased by her grandfather Harry Retzleff in 1 977. Tanya was a happy girl dispite her long struggle with kidney disease. She was generous, kind and loved life. She was an active member of Jehovah's Witnesses, having been baptized July 9th, 1988.
A Memorial Service was held Monday, November 5th, 1990 at 2:00 p.m. from the Outlook Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, Mr. Robert Meiklejohn officiated. Donations to the Outlook Congregation of Jehovah's Winesses or the Kidney Foundation of Cana da would be appreciated. Arrangements were in care ot tne Uutlook Funeral Uhapel.
ECKL The death of Allen Theodore Eckl age 51 years of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan occurred in a local hospital on Monday, No vember 5th, 1 990. A Vigil ot Prayer will be held on Wednesday, November 7tn at 7:30 p.m from the Chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home conducted by Rev. Fr. M. Levesque.
The Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated by Rev. Fr. M. Levesque on Thursday, November 8th 1 990 at 1 0:00 a.m. from St.
Paul's Cathedral, Spadma Crescent East and 5th Avenue North. (In lieu ol flowers donations may be made to tne Canadian oancer society, Unit 1036, college Drive, Saskatoon, S7N OW1) Surviving are Janette of Saskatoon, mother of Hnonda (Gordon) bckl-Konut oi saskatoon, Bruce ot Vancouver, O. and Jason ot sask atoon; his mother, Louise of Humboldt; three brothers, Brian (Diane) of Saskatoon, Neil Laura) ot Fulda and Uyril Angie) ot sask atoon; one sister, Marlene (Dave) Leopard of Eston, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his father, Carl. Allen was born at Humboldt on November 5th, 1939.
He grew up and received his education in Humboldt. He farmed In the area until moving to Saskatoon in 1964 where he had resided until his passing. His tavonte past-times were hunting and fishing. He will be missed by his family and friends. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Catholic Cemetery.
Courtesy parking south of the Chapel of the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME on 4th Avenue North at 25th Street. LOWES The death of Mrs. Ruby Georgina Lowes, age 80, of Ruth Whyte Manor, North Battleford, SK occurred Monday, November 5, 1990 at the Battlefords Union Hospital, North Battleford, SK. Memorial Services will be held from 3rd Avenue United Church, North Battleford on Thursday afternoon, November 8th at 2.00 with Rev. George Holliday officiating.
Memorial donations may be directed to the Heart Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan. Interment of Cremains will take place at Brandon, Manitoba at a later date. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Sallows McDonald Funeral Home, North Battleford, SK. For local inquiries, please call ACADIA DRIVE FUNERAL CHAPEL (955-1600). TURNER The death of Mrs.
Hazel Edith Turner, age 89 years, of Dinsmore, Sask. occurred in the Dinsmore Union Hospital on November 4th, 1 990. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, November 9th, 1990 at 1 1 :00 a.m. from the Wiseton United Church conduct ed by Rev. Fred Clappison.
Surviving are one son, Edmund (Doris) of Dinsmore; three daughters, Edyth (Earl) Ptolemy of Dinsmore, Myrtle (Holt) Nelson of Wiseton, and Faye (Lloyd) Jones of Regina; daughter-in-law, Corinne Turner of Toronto and 12 granchil- dren and 21 great grandchildren. Donations to the Wiseton United Church or to the Dinsmore Prairie Manor will be gratefully received. Interment will follow in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Saskatoon on Friday, November 9th, 1990 at 3:00 p.m. with CLEMENTS ROSETOWN FU NERAL HOMfc in care ot arranqements. CUSm The Star-Phoenix incorrect insertion.
Deadlines: 4:30 Bute for Sale 452 Car Wash 413 Classic Autos 402 Garages for Lease 464 Groin Trailers 436 Grain Trucks 432 Leather Vinyl 418 Parking for Lease 468 Semi (renters 439 Service Stations 460 Sports Cars 396 Towing Service 472 Truck easing 444 Truck Repairs Accessories 448 Trucks for Sale 424 Trucks Industrial 427 Trucks Semi Trailers 439 Trucks Wanted 440 Vans Accessories 416 Von Rentals Vehicle Storage 470 RECREATION All Terrain Vehicle 496 Bicycles 476 Boats Accessories 484 Campers Trailers 488 Campers RV's for Rent 490 Camping Equipment 500 Dune Buggies 494 Flat Deck Trailers 498 Golf Carts 506 Motorcycles Accessories 480 RV's Mororhomes 492 Skiing Equipment 515 MOORE Gwendoline May Moore (nee Ham), bom September 30tn, 1919, passed away peacefully on uesday, November 6th, 1990 at the Royal University Hospital. Gwen was bom in saskatoon where she also took her schooling. She moved to England in 1 933 where she lived until her return to Canada in 1946. It was in England that she met and married wilmot Nathanial Moore on July 27th, 1940. They had one son, Douglas Leslie Moore.
She lived and worked as a dental assistant in North Battleford until 1967, when she moved to Saskatoon where she worked at the Royal University Hospital until her retire ment in September of 1 985. Gwen was known as a loving and caring person, who spent many nours ol her retirement helping others. She was an active member of tne saskatoon Action Now serving on the membership commit tee. She was a member of the Canadian Club and regularly attended St. John's Cathedral.
Gwen continued her quest for knowledge with enrolment in university classes. She is sur vived by her son, Douglas (Marilee) and grandson, Nathanial Moore of Regina, grandaughter, Rowena Patricia (Kelly) Epp of yeiiowKnite, n.w.i.: two sisters, Howena (Trevor) Chapman of High Bamet, England and Dalphine (Clifford) Southqate of Battleford, one brother, Bud (Jean) Ham of North Battleford, her step-mother, Eva Ham ot Hant England; one step-brother. Peter Ham of Germany; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her loving nusbuno, wim and her parents, Archi bald and Ada Ham. In lieu of flowers, Memorial donations may be made to the Saskatchewan Heart Stroke Foundation, 279 Third Avenue North, Saskatoon, S7K 2H6 or to the Canadi an Cancer Society, 438 2nd Avenue North.
Saskatoon, S7K 2C3. The Memorial Service will be held on Friday, November 9th at 2:00 p.m. conducted by Rev. Bruce McAllister from park Funeral uiapel, 31 1 Third Avenue North. Courtesy parking north of the Chapel.
Crema tion. Interment will take place at Woodlawn L-emeteryat 1 1 :oua.m. Fnday, November 9th. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL UtfAfcitL CLARKE The death of Cyrena Ethel Clarke, age 54 years, occurred in a Saskatoon nospital, Sunday, November 4, 1990. The Funeral Service will be held Thursday, Novem ber 8, 1990 at 1 :30 p.m.
from Westwood Funeral Chapel Ave. and 20th St. West conducted by Rev. Kenneth Kuziej. Surviving are her loving husband, Rex; a daughter, Mau reen and her son, Dwayne.allof Saskatoon; her mother, Mrs.
Amelia Luzny of Chilliwack; one brother, Gerald (Suzanne) Koch of Kelowna; three sisters, Edna (Harvey) Ludman of St. Catherines, Ont. Patricia (Wayne) Watson of Red Earth Creek, Alta. and Shirley Luzny of Gibson, B.C. She was predeceased by her father, Conrad and a brother, Mervin.
Cyrena was bom at Rhein, Saskatchewan where she spent her early years and took her schooling. She came to make her home In Saskatoon in 1 966. Cyrena was active from 1977 1980 in the Parents Association of the 107 Squadron of the Royal Canadian Air Cadets. She was also fond of gardening and her flowers. Memorial donations may be made to the Cancer Society or the Neurofibromatosis Association of Saskatchewan, 1 1 25 Wilson Cres.
Saskatoon, S7J 2M7. Interment will take place in Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL (653-3434). HRYCUIK Mr. Nick Hrycuik, age 81, of Saskatoon died at his residence on Saturday, November 3rd, 1990.
Funeral Service will be held from Acadia Drive Funeral Chapel (8th Street East and Acadia Drive) on Thursday norminq, November 8th at 1 1 :00. Rev. Dale Morrison will officiate. The late Mr. Hrycuik is survived by his step-son, Lloyd Cooper ot Saskatoon; four sisters, Mary Nestor ot Moose Jaw, SK, Eileen Medak of Moose Jaw, Violet Bechtold of Moose Jaw, Annie Madaski ot Salmo.
B.C. two brothers, Jim (Elsie) Herchuk of Moose Jaw, Bill Hayes of Toronot, Ontario, numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his wife, Tony; his parents, John and Mary (nee Hucul) Hrycuik; two brothers, George and Mike; his step-daughter, Ivy. Nick was bom in Bukovina, Austria on October 3rd, 1 909. His family came to Canada in 1 91 4 and settled in Moose Jaw.
Nick was a truck drive, a trade he enjoyed for about fifteen years. He came to Saskatoon in 1950 and worked as a heavy duty mechanic for White Trucks. For the past ten years he has been the caretaker of theapartment building in which he resided. At the family's request memorial donations may be directed to the Heart Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan (279-3rd Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 9Z9) in lieu of floral tributes. Cremation to follow funer al service.
Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to ACADIA DRIVE FUNERAL CHAPEL (955-1600). SYLVESTER Graham Norton of Saskatoon, age 79, passed away at home on Saturday, November 3rd, 1990. Graham is lovingly remembered by his wife Jean (nee Johnstone); three sons: Don (Karen) of Saskatoon, Terry (Donna) and Greg (Doreen) of Prince Albert: his brother Wes of Sioux Lookout, On tario and many grandchildren, nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his sister Inez and his three brothers: Dave, Bill and Mel. Graham was bom In Winnipeg, Manitoba on September 10th, 1911.
He received his edu cation in Meacham, SK. He graduated from Moose Jaw College in 1 927, winning tne uoio Medal for general proficiency and the Univer sity of Saskatchewan scholarship award. He continued his education at the University of Saskatchewan. Upon completion ot his uni versity education, he formed Associated Lab oratories, a business In which Graham was a lab technician, X-ray technician and seed grain analyst. In 1 960, Graham joined the City of Saskatoon at the Water Treatment Plant as a chemist where he was employed until his retirement fourteen years ago.
Graham met Jean in Prince Albert in 1 933 and were married six years later. Graham was an avid sportsman, accomplished musician and composer. He coached Optimist Sandlot Baseball in Saskatoon and thoroughly enjoyed hunting and fishing. Graham and his sons built a cabin at Candle Lake where family and friends have spent many enjoyable summers. Graham was known by his family and friends as a very compassionate man and will be lovingly remembered by all.
The Memorial Service conducted by Rev. Shelagh MacKinnon will be held Wednesday, November 7th, 1 990 at 1 :00 p.m. at McKague'8 Funeral Chapel in Saskatoon. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the City Hospital Building Fund would be greatly appreciated by the family. 'God grant me the serenity to accept the things fcannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference." I I op will BOYD Jean (Doolittle) Boyd of Moltort, went to be with her lord on November 4th, 1990 after a lengthy illness with cancer.
Born on April 1st, 1924 in Estevan, Sask. to Kenneth and Jennie Doolittle. She began her education there. During the drought of the 1930 the family moved northward to the Pathlow area and later to Melfort. She completed her high school and commercial school education in Melfort and was awarded the General Proficiency Scholarship to the University of Saskatchewan.
She later attended Teachers College and tauglit school before her marriage to Selman Boyd on July 27th, 1948. She returned to University in 1969 to complete her Bachelor of Education degree. They resided on the farm south west of Melfort until 1973 when the family moved to town. It was in her late teens she made a public confession of faith in Christ as her Lord. Her life interests became her family, friends, education, Christian endeavors in the church and its missions.
She is survived by her husband Selman; five children, Myron (Cecile) of St. Brieux, Elsie (Don) Mills of Seattle, Enid (Gar-vie) Olson of Port Coquitlam, B.C., Milton of Winnipeg, Graham (Anna) of sister, Fay (Walter) Reimer of Lumby, B.C.; Bill (Marge) Doolittle of Prince George and Lyle Doolittle of Edmonton. She also leaves seven grandchildren and 17 nieces and nephews. A Memorial Service will be held November 7th at 2:00 p.m. in the Melfort Free Methodist Church with Pastor Doug Wightman in charge.
Memorials may be made to the Gideons Intervaristy Christian Fellowship and Free Methodists Missions. MCGHEE Andrew (Sam) Herman, loving ratner ana granotatner, passed away peace fully November 4th, 1 990 at a local hospital in Saskatoon at the age of 66. Andrew was predeceased Dy his parents Malcolm and Ka- thryn McGhee; three brothers: Wesley, Emer son and Mel, all of Oyen, AB. Surviving are his two sisters, Laura Ohapman of Grand Prairie, AB and iva Bodger of Burnaby, BC. Also surviving is his beloved wife of 32 years, Lillian, and his five sons: Jesse, Frank, Danny, Mel and Larry; his three daughters: Loma McGhee of Edmonton, AB, Kathryn of Saskatoon and Marvella (Babe) of Saskatoon.
Also surviving are nis six granocniiaren: josnua, Justin, Jesse, Colette, Michael and Michelle. Andrew was bom in Empress, AB, on February 16th, 1H24. He served witn the (J.A.F. in W.W.II. After the war he farmed with his family until he moved to saskatoon in 1 964.
special mention and thanks from Andrew go to Andrew's wife Lillian, daughter Kathryn and son Danny for the love and patience that he received from them throughout his lenqthy illness, as well as otner family members and friends le: Kay Wil son and Tom Stevens. Special thanks to the physicians and nursing staff of City Hospital 2nd Floor (E wing) for their special care of sam THE COWBOY'S MOTHER Last nile as I rode on the prairie, under the orignt western sKy, I thought I heard Mother a'callin', from the land ot tne sweet by a by. it wasn tne moon in the valley, makinq her snaoow so ciear, Twas only the mind of a cowboy thinking his motner was near. ft sounded like I've heard her callin', like other times I've known; Callin' as if she were guiding my horse when I'm riding alone. wonder if up there in heaven she'll meet me when my life is o'er, And lead me to the ranch of the Father, who lives on the bright golden shore.
know that "Old Star will be happy, when our work on earth is done, To ride on the golden trail up to heaven, at the set of the bright western sun. Dear (Kid) (Dad) -There was never a horse that couldn't be rode Nor a horse that couldn't be throwed Sit straight in that saddle, Pop We will always remember you -Thanks for the good times and memories Prayers and mass service will be held Novem ber 8th, 1990 at St. Francis Xavier Parish, Willow Street and Mcpherson at 7:00 p.m. PRIME Rachel Amanda (nee Gerbrandt), age 77 years, passed away suddenly at a local hospital on Sunday, November 4th, 1990. She will be sadly missed by her husband, Gil; sons, Ken (Darlene) of Saskatoon, Don (Ruth) of Calgary, Alta.
and Tom (Bonnie) of Wynyard, fifteen grandchildren, Rhonda (Rob) Theisson, Ralllan, Robert, Ryan, Rustin, Rory, Randy and Rean, all of Saskatoon, Murray, Valerie, Brent and Neil all of Calgary, Kelly, Richelle, Marti Ann of Wynyard, four great-grandchildren, Jordan and Brandon Theisson and Kayla and Andrew Prime; brothers and sisters, Walter (Toots) Gerbrandt of Saskatoon, Valentine Gergrandt of 71 Miles House, B.C., Ethel (Clarence) Holmgren of Hanley, Carl (Margaret) Gerbrandt of Winnipeg, Elsie (Stuart) Smith of Saskatoon, Harold (Special friend Myrt McKay) of Langley, B.C., Raymond (Joan) Gerbrandt of Saskatoon and one sister-in-law, Dorothy Gergrandt of Saskatoon. Rachel was predeceased by her parents, John and Bena Gerbrandt; one sister, Laura Dale of Lloydmlnster and by one brother, Arthur Gerbrandt of Saskatoon. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Diabetic Association, P.O. Box 1763, Saskatoon, S7K 3S1. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, November 91h at 2:00 p.m.
conducted by Bish John Spencer from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 1 429 1 0th Street. The Pallbearers will be her grandsons. Robert Prime, Ryan Prime, Rustin Prime, Murray Prime, Brent Prime and Kelly Prime. Interment take place at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Arrangements are In care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL).
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BYRNE A Memorial Service was held at First United Church, White Rock, B.C. on Oc tober 24th, 1990 for Florence Annie May Byrne of White Rock, B.C. who passed away suddenly at Peace Arch Hospital on October 21st, 1990. Survived by her husband Jack Byrne; son, Harlan Kelly (Kathy); grandsons, Christopher and Glenn; step daughter Deena Fischer; children snannon and Nicole; orotn- ers, tdqar Wilson, Toronto, Jack Wilson, Saskatoon; sisters Eileen Mclntyre, White Rock, B.C., Evelyn Swenson, Langley, B.C.; and many nieces and nephews. Predeceased bv her first husband, Huqh T.
Kelly; parents, George and Katherine Wilson; and brother Bill Wilson. Horence was bom at wiseton, basK. in 1917. She lived in Toronto, Dominion City and Ashem, Manitoba before retiring to White Rock. COLES The death of Mervin Austin Coles, aae 78 years, of Delisle occurred in a Sask atoon hospital on November 3rd, 1990.
The Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday, November 7th, 1 990 at 3:30 p.m. in the chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home, 338 4th Ave nue North, conducted by Rev. Blair Whyte. Surviving are his loving wife, Jacqueline; three sons, Bernard (Darlene) of Calgary, Bill of Saskatoon and Glenn of Oelisie; a daugnter, Jacquelyn of Oakville, and a daughter in law, Patricia of Pike Lake, Sask. Also surviving are six nrandchikiren and a areat arandchi d.
He was predeceased by a son, Bryan and three sisters, Fern Gibson, Elsie Webb and Gladys Balkwill. Mervin was bom at Kinders- ley and raised at Delisle. He farmed there with his parents and eventually took over the family farm. In 1941 he married Jacqueline Squires at Delisle. In his youngeryears he loved to hunt and later to fish.
He was a good mechanic and did most of that work on the farm. Mervin was a good father and a loving husband and will be sadly missed. Interment will take in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, dona tions to the Canadian Diabetes Ass n. (Sask.
Division). 309-219 22nd Street East, Sask atoon, S7K 0G4; or to the City Hospital Building Fund, Saskatoon, would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements have been entrust ed to the 5ASKA TOON hUNbHAL HUMb. ENRK3HT The death of Bernard (Bud) Eugene Enright age 69 years of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan occurred suddenly at the Roy al University Hospital on Sunday. November 4th, 1990.
The Vigil of Prayer will be held on Wednesday, November 7th at 7:30 p.m. from Our Lady ot Lourdes Roman Catholic Church (corner of 12th Street and Wiggins Avenue) conducted by Rev. Father Clair Watrin CSB. The Funeral Liturgy will be held on Thursday morning, November 8th, 1990 at 10:00 a.m. from Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church.
(Memorial donations to the St. Paul's Hospital Foundation (Intensive Care Unit) 1 702 20th Street, West, Saskatoon S7M 0Z9 or a Charity of the donor's choice would be appreciated.) Bud is survived by: his loving wife Marie (nee Moore) Enriant: his onlv daughter, Shaaron (Les) Howard of Saskatoon; his three sons, Robert Enright of Winnipeg, Brian (Sylvia) Enright of Calgary, Alta and Bradley (Deborah) Enright of York- ton, by his grandchildren, Suzanne and Shauna Howard of Saskatoon, Kristian and Brynn Enright of Winnipeg, Caterina and Bernard Enright of Yorkton, his brothers and sisters, Norman (Pamela Welsh) fcnnqnt, Douglas bnngnt, Lorranine Hickling and Gloria (Julian) Latremouille all of Toronto, Bernadette (William) Romberg, Rosemary (Frank) Zettler and Dolores Dean all of Keswich, Ontario; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents, Francis and Mabel Enright of Toronto, one sister Beverly Vallin of Toronto and two grandchildren, tour year old bhannon Howard and four day old John David Fritsch-Enright. Bud tnrigntwasbomin lorontoonMaytn, 1 921 into a lame family. He attended St.
Bri- gid's School in his birthplace and Grey Gables Academy in weiiana, untano. wniie living in Toronto he worked at a number of jobs, includ ing as a baker, a conductor tor the Toronto Transit Commission and as Assistant Mana ger for Loblaw's Store. In 1 940, Bud joined the Uueen Own Reserve and a year later the Dufterin and Haldeman Regiment from which he was honorably discharged at the rank of bargeant. in 1942 he met Mane Moore at an army communion breakfast and things were never the same after that. They married in Nanaimo.
B.C. the followlno year. Bud joined the Canada Life Assurance Company In 1 945 and was quickly made a District Manager. By 1 953 witn children in tow he and his wite left British Columbia and came to their beloved prairies, where he started the Northern Sask atchewan District, which he was to build Into 'one of the most successful branches In the Canada Life Assurance Company. As the manager he led the branch to a number of President's Awards, the most prestigious giv en In his company.
He was also a Founding member and First President of the Saskatoon Estate Planning Council and a Life member of the Saskaoon Club. Bud gave generously of his time and resources, serving numerous community organizations, including I ne United Way, The Board of Trade and the Church Coucil of Our Lady of Lourdes Parish Chapel of which he was the Chairman of the Building Committee. He also was a member of the Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus. Bud or "B.J." as he was known to his family was an exemplary tatner and husband, his impact on our lives past and future Is summed up by his granddaughter, Suzanne: "We love him and will never forget him, he was so kind, funny and always looked on he bright side of things. He made all the holidays fun.
He wasn't ready to go. He was a fighter till the end." Interment will take place in the family plot in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Service arrangements have been entnisted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. DEATHS ARNOTT The death of E. Freda Arnott age 77 years of Saskatoon occurred in a local hospital on November 4th, 1990.
A Service of Hemembrance will be held on Wednesday, November 7th, 1990 at 2:00 D.m. in Grace- Westminster United Church with Rev. Dr. A. Stevens officiating.
Surviving are her hus- Darra, jacK; a son, perry (Louise) of Calgary; and two grandchildren, Douglas and Linda. Also survivng are a brother, Rex (Muriel) Car-michael of Vancouver; and two sisters, Mil dred HHdrup and Grace Morris of Saskatoon: and a sister in law, Eva of Victoria. She was predeceased by a brother, Ray. Bom in Moose Jaw, she came to Saskatoon in 1923 and attended Albert School and Nutana Colleai- ate. She held two provincial records for years in Sprint and Long-jumping.
She married Jack Arnott in 1941 and they continued to reside in Saskatoon. Later in life Freda was a speed sitaier ana tney square-aanced tor about ten years. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Cana dian Cancer Society Unit, 1 036 College Drive, Saskatoon S7N 0W1 would be appreciated by the family. Cremation. Arrangements have been entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNER- AL HOME.
LALONDE Edilbert (Ed) Felix Lalond died in Prince George Regional Hospital on No vember 1, 1990 at the age 89. He was tne second youngest member of the family of Jo seph and EKMse Lalonde, wno nave an prede ceased him. Edilbert was bom in St. Patrice Paroisse Ste. Croix, Ontario (Penetan- April 17, 1901.
He came to the isdale, Saskatchewan area with his family in 1912 and later homesteaded near Zenon Park, Saskatchewan. He married Marguerite Riou in 1923. They had eleven children. He leaves to mourn, six sons and nve oaugniers: Lorraine (Albert) Brochu, Maurice Lalonde, Herb (Helen Lalonde. Judy Max nooin.
Denis Lalonde, Jeannie (Joe) Rodier, Louise Laionde (O.M.M.I.) Jack (Marie) Lalonde, Evie (Aime) L'Heureux, Aime (mae) Lalonde and Father Albert Lalonde. Also left to mourn are numerous grandchildren and great-grandchil dren. He will be remembered by his many friends as a talented "Raconteur" and for his love of gardening flowers. Those close to him Knew oi many acts oi Kinoness. rrayer services were held on Tuesday, November 6, 1990 at 7:00 p.m.
from St. Mary's Catholic Church. Funeral Services were held Wednes day, November 7th, 1 990 at 1 :00 p.m. from St. Marv's Catholic Church.
Interment took place at the Prince George City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to tne Hospice bociety 37, 1306 7th Avenue, Prince George, B.C., V2L 3P1, would be appreciated. Assman's Funeral Chapel in care of arrangements. MANTYKA Mrs. Anne Mantyka, aqe 69, of Saskatoon, died following a lengthy illness at St.
Paul Hospital on Monday, November 5tn, 1990. The Memorial Service will be held from Acadia Drive Funeral Chapel (8th Street East Acadia Drive) on Thursday afternoon No vember 8th at 3:00. Mr. uwen Murpny win officiate. The late Mrs.
Mantyka is survived by one daughter, Dr. Sherry (Doug) May of St. John Newfoundland; one son, uonaia (Ar- leiqh) Mantyka of Saskatoon, SK; six grand children, Kaaren, Sean, Craig and Janys May and Bill and Rae Mantyka; one sister and three brothers, Vicky McMillan of Calgary, AB, Nicke Rossmo of Vancouver, B.C., John Rossmo of Saskatoon. Bill (Eunice) Rossmo ot bask- atoon; numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Michael John Mantyka; her parents, Mike and Mary Rossmo.
At the family request, memonai donations may be directed to the Magnetic Resonance Imager (M.R.I.) Campaign (Foun dation Office Royal University Hospital, basn- atoon, SK S7N 0X0) in lieu of floral tributes. Cremation. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to ACADIA DRIVE FUNERAL CHAPEL (955-1600). SUMMACH The passing of Mrs. Irene Summach, age 78 years, of 203 222 Lenore Drive, saskatoon, occurred at a local hospital on Saturday November 3rd, 1 990.
The Funeral Service will be held on Thursday, November 8th at 3:30 p.m. conducted by Rev. Jack Carr and Rev. Wayne McLaren from Park Funeral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue North. Courtesy parking north of the Chapel.
Surviving are her husband, Wiltred; two sons, Gordon Eleanor) and Donald (close friend Carol Bassen- dowski) both of Saskatoon; three grandchildren, Lisa, Leslie and Sheldon; two sisters, Vera O'Dell of Raymond, Washington, and Marione (Ernie) Puranen of Winnipeg, and two nephews, Jack and Dennis Puranen. She was predeceased by her parents, Jack and Marion Mcintosh and also by one brotner- in-law Eugene O'Dell. The late Mrs. Summach was born in Zealandia, on September 12th, 1912 and received her education at Zealandia and Normal School at Battleford. She taught school for eight years In the Harris, Delisle, Battleford and Wilkie districts.
She married Wilfred Summach on June 1 2th, 1 940 and they farmed at Asquith until 1975 when they retired to Saskatoon. She was a member of Mayfair United Church and the Mayfair U.C.W. Willing Workers Group. Mrs. Summach was also a member of the Order of the Eastern Star, Melody Chapter 133 at Perdue, and was Past Matron, Past Secre tary and Past Grand Representative to Idaho.
She enjoyed bowling and volunteer work while living in Saskatoon. Memorial Donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer bociety, 438 2nd Avenue North, Saskatoon, S7K 2C3. The Pallbearers will be: Jack Puranen, Dennis Puranen, Tracey Smith, Lindsay Smith, Donald Page and Mel Weber. Interment will take place at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Arranq-monts are in care of PARK FUNERAL 1 litA 'rV fir 1 pi wk IMiwimI Ptiw KynriictH 'Would you mind taking our picture? We forgot our camera.".
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