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Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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The StarPhoenix ied ir. of the day Know the value of time; snatch, seize and enjoy every moment of it. aassffled Advertising Manager Wendy Dairies 657-6200 Saskatoon SK S7K2P1 Friday, January 23, 2004 C8 C 07 ' s 204 Fifth Avenue 7 fTTTMilin irjhJ-LlriJjTiTil w Mr-. .7 .WMlHH'liIif.MUH Toll Free 1 -800-667-6979 Telephone Service Hours: Monday to Friday 8:00am - 5:30pm Sunday 11:00am -4:00pm kQosedatiKdays Please kwlude your name, address and a phone number where we can contact you. - We kindly ask that yttu submit your orders well before the advertising deadline for processing IT t The StarPhoenix Classifieds 204 5th Avenue North Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 2P1 it t BUSINESS OFFICE HOURS: Monday -Friday 8 am -4:30 pm 204 5th Avenue North (customer parking available on our south lot) The StarPhoenix Online - We kindlx ak that von submit vour orders well before the advertising deadline for pnvessing try i 1 1 I 1 J K T 11: A 1 A m ,.4:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. Thursday CLASSfD ADVERTISING OEJUHJKS Word Ads: lor next days pubHcatton Exceptions: tor Friday's Automotive f includes all Recreational Transportation) lor Saturday's Real Estate SalesRentals 2:00 p.m. Friday Classified DisplaySemi Display Ads: set on Classified System 11:00 a.m. for next day's publication Obituary Announcements 2:00 p.m. lor next day publication subject to change during holidays i te-Jterl 1 We try to make it perfect, but... Please read your ad the first day it appears to make sure your ad Is exactly what you want your i readers to see. It you should tlnd an error In your ad, please let us know right away at 657-6200, or use our toll tree number 1-800-667-6979. We 'II be happy to make the necessary changes. Merchandise Antiques 3125 Antiques Wanted 3127 Articles lor Sale 3115 Articles Wanted 3135 Auctions 3130 BabyInfant Articles 3110 Beauty Salon Supplies 3092 crMM. Real Estate Sales AgricultureIndustry Agriculture Custom Farming 7125 Farm Equipment Dealers ....7060 Farm Equipment Sale 7090 Farms Wanted 7450 Feed Seed 7180 Grain DryingCleaning 7130 Announcements Anniversaries 1069 Happy Oays 1210 Births 1071 Happy Days Service 1215 Card ol Thanks 1065 InMemoriam 1004 Coming Events 1079 Lost n Found 1101 Deaths 1000 Memorial Services 1005 Engagements & Weddings.,1066 Prayers 1218 Florists 1040 Retirement 1088 Funeral Directors 1007 Social Club 1086 Funerals 1 003 Sport Events 1 090 Funeral Plans 1015 Travel 1091 Graduation 1078 At Your Service Directory Refer to Classifications 6000-6979 (includes a complete and up to date listing) R7n.fl7?n Listinos Wanted .... Bicycles lor sale 3200 Acreages Wanted 8730 Lots 8740-8760 Grail Trailers 4670 Billiard SuppliesServices.,,3412 Apartment Blocks 8540-8550 Mobile Homes 8240 Grain Trucks 4660 Books Comics 3422 Annraisars fljnn Mortoaoes 8009 Horse Trailers 7210 Cellular & Mobile Phones ..3405 B. C. Properties 8480-8510 Open Houses 8115 Livestock i Accessories ..,.7150 Collectibles 3435 Bed 'n' Breakfast 8472 Out of Province 8390-8410 Livestock Trailers 7160 r a a c.,i qqni Dnilrllnne anon Prnnartv Mananamant 8290 Stables 7240 wiiipuigia a eiuijiiioiii ... jog wuiiwimj w.u -i , Craft Sales 31 12 Business Opportunities 8580 Property Wanted 8360 DairvFi-hMMts wivm Commercial Prop 8630-8640 Peal Estate Auctions 8330 Firewood 3570 Condos (Apt. Style) 8050 Real Estate Companies 8270 Furniture & Appilance's'I'.3120 Condos Towntases 8060 ! j"? ers y FishingHunting Lodges 8475 Sask. Cottages 8420-8440 A 4 HotelsMotels 8560 Sask. Properties 8460-8470 HousesforSale 8010 stores & unices usau-Bbiu cralnSaws 7390 Houses Wanted To Buy 8220 VacationResort Properties....8390 Heavy Equipment Rental ....7600 ' Investments 8570 Warehouse Space 8530 Ind. Machinery & Repairs ..7570 ! Employment Industrial Investment Properties 8660 Real Estate Rentals - Accommodation Service 9005 Room & Board for Rent 9365 AdultCare 2155 Nanny Services 2170 V1Jgtr Condos for Rent 9195 RoomsforRent 9275-9305 Business Opportunities 2203 Office Help 2050 " VJ Duplexes4-Plex tor Rent 9220 Rooms Wanted 9345 unuucaie nequireo i rannmeneip mi Houses for Rent 9135-9175 Shared Accommodation ....9075 Childcare Services 2180 Professional Help 2195 Fumiture HenlaS 3140 Houses. Rural for Rent 9235 Suites for Rent 9015-9095 Computer Personnel 219b Restaurant Help 2045 , Renta H(,us, Wanted 9255 Suites Wanted 9115 Daycare Licensed 2172 Resume Services 2004 "arae Mies t.vt . - . n ,r j. J, .... , , .nn rwana 5ainQ Rural wn Ret rement L v ng 9205 Townhouses tor Rent 9215 Daycare Subsidized 2167 Sales Personnel 2190 barage bales Hurai dvu , nm.i, ui u,..j -n c.,.i,i u.i in Ranten . I awn mm Room 81 Board Wanted 9385 Drivers Wanted 2020 Specialized Help Employment Wanted 1999 StylistsEsthetics Farm Help 2030 Teachers Wanted Health Care Personnel 2230 Team Players Wanted.... Help Wanted 2000 Technical Help Wanted . Hospital Personnel 2220 Trades & Const. Help .... Modelling 2070 Industrial Trucks 4650 Removal Service 7690 Rental Service 7660 Sand Blasting 7330 Septic Tanks 7360 Sharpening Service 7720 Small Tools 7540 Welders 6220 ..2028 ..2060 ..2250 ..2056 ..2027 ..2025 EttJcatJon ft IraJnlng Career Counselling 2202 Career Training 2200 Driver Training 2201 Employment Services 2205 Job Training 2005 Lessons 2208 Teacher Resources 2255 Tutoring 2206 Pets & Animals Hardwood Lumber 3372 Hobbies & Crafts 3440 Hot TubsPools Saunas 3550 Lumber & Building Supplies 3370 Merchandise Under $200 ..3118 Money to Loan 3505 Musical Equipment 3465 Office Equipment & Supplies 3090 Photography 3425 Produce 3635 RenoBuilders Materials 3373 Restaurant Supplies 3375 Transportation 2 , Truck Leasing 4695 Trucks 2004 4496 Trucks Wanted 4690 4x48 4710 Can lor Sail Trucks, Mini-Vans t Vans Year 2004 4096 lorMIe Year 2003 4097 v..rwv mia Trucks 2003 4497 Year 2001 4099 Trucks 2002 4498 1 Ton & Larger 4530 Year 2000 I'TIIIIOO Trucks 2001 4499 Min'Vans 4370 ytnHQM Jim Trucks 2000 4500 Vans for Sale 4360 Year 1998 . Year 1997 . Year 1996 . Year 1995 . Towing Service 4790 Recreation Companions 1230 People Finder 1221 Personal 1220 Personals (Adult) 1228 Personal Services 1223 Psychic Services 1222 Support Groups 1235 1-900 Services 1225 Pet Supplies 3000 Salelli,e D'shes 341 5 Pet Announcements 3005 Sound Equipment 3460 Pel Grooming 3010 Sports & Recreation Equipment...31 22 Pet Sitting 3015 Sports Cards 3430 D.s 3020 Student Shop 3117 ""': fOOl Tickets SaleWanted 3382 umei rets ...ouaa Pet Memoriams 3057 Tools for Sale 3365 Toys .. ...3111 4102 Trucks 1999 4501 van Accessories 4380 "4103 Trucks 1998 4502 Van Rentals 4390 "4104 Trucks 1997 4503 Buses for Sale 4740 410, Trucks 1996 4504 Garages for Lease 4760 Year 1994 4106 Trucks 1995 4505 Parking for Lease 4770 Year 1993 4107 Trucks 1994 4506 Year 1992 4108 Trucks 1993 4507 Year 1991 4109 Trucks 1992 4508 Aircraft 4795 Year 1990 to 1981 ....4110-4119 Trucks 1991 4509 All Terrain Vehicles 5220 Year 1980 SOIder 4120 Trucks 1990 4510 Boats for Sale 5070 Autos $1000 4 Under 4135 Trucks 1989 4511 CampersTrailers 5090 Antiques 4250 Trucks 1988 4512 Dune Buggies 5200 Auto Leasing 4290 Trucks 1987 4513 Fifth Wheels 5150 Auto Wanted 4270 Trucks 1986 4514 Golf Carts 5320 Classic Autos 4260 Trucks 1985 to 1981 .4515-4519 Motorcycles 5040 Detailing 4345 Trucks 1980 & Older 4520 RVMotorhomes for Sale ...5140 ruuilli twiKiCt video uame bquipment J4iu Parts & Accessories 4300 Truck Accessories 4700 Snowmobiles 5340 Public Notices 1180 Wedding Boutique 3475 Sports Cars 4240 Semi Trailers 4680 Snowmobile Accessories ...5345 Tenders 1190 WineBeer Supplies 3380 Special Interest Vehicles 4265 Sport Utility Vehicles 4525 Utility Trailers 5240 Deaths 1000 . ft HORDICHUK-EMIL December 1 1 , 1 921 - January 1 9, 2004 It Is with deepest of sorrow we announce the peaceful passing of Emil Hordichuk, Monday, January 19, 2004 with his daughter by his side at St. Paul's Palliative Care Unit, Left to cherish his loving memory are his beloved wife Annie of Arran, SK; his beloved children, Ernie (Sonia) Hordichuk of Kamsack, SK; Gloria (Garnet) Dickinson of Martensville, SK, Shirley (Ned) Strellaeff of Red Deer, AB, Colleen (Lawrence) Kazakoff of Veregln, SK, Tracy (Trevor Shaw) Hordichuk of Saskatoon, SK; and his loving grandchildren Carrie Hordichuk of Saskatoon, SK, Darcy Hordichuk of Florida, Lisa Strellaeff of Red Deer, AB, Trevor Strellaeff of Red Deer, AB, and Cody and Gregory Dickinson of Martensville, SK, Emil Is survived by his brother bugene (bniriey) Hordichuk ana family, tmii is predeceased by his parents Joe and Tekla Hordichuk and his step-sister Jenny Pushkar. Emil was born and raised In Arran, SK. He married Annie Adams In 1946 and together they raised five children. Emil touched the hearts of many people through his various professions, but his true love was his family. His children and grandchildren will remember him forever for his unconditional love, support, strength and above all his sense of humour. Emils Interests Included bingo, playing cards, coffeeing with friends and watching his grandson play hockey. But nothing pleased him more that to express his creative ability In woodworking. His kind heart, friendliness and beaming smile will never be forgotten. We are grateful for the time that we had with you and you will remain In our hearts forever, May God wrap you In his loving arms and shower you with the Joys of Heaven. The prayers will be held on Friday, January 23, 2004 at 7:00 pm and the Funeral Services will be held Saturday, January 24, 2004 at 10:00 am. Both services held at the Arran Ukrainian Catholic Church, Arran, SK. Our sincere appreciation and thanks to Dr. Karamdad, Dr. Gonor, Dr. Chary and the amazing staff at St. Paul's Palliative Care Unit for their kindness and care. Friends so wishing may made donations to the Kamsack Union Hospital, Kamsack, SK. ZEISER It Is with great sorrow the family announces the passing of a dear mother, grandmother and sister, Eleanor Zelser, age 86 on Wednesday, January 21, 2004 at Stensrud Lodge, Saskatoon, SK. Eleanor was a dedicated wife and mother who will be remembered for her love of children, animals and birds, as well as her gifted talent as a seamstress and embroiderer, Left to cherish Eleanor's memory are her son, Ed (Dorothy) Zeiser and their daughter, Lorlen; daughter, Carole (Jim) Pond and their children, Kristin and Jennifer; sister, Edith Rice; and slster-ln-law, Dorothy Calderwood. She was predeceased by her husband, Robert (1996). A Family Memorial Service will be held at Park Funeral Chapel, 31 1 Third Ave. N. on Monday, January 26, 2004 at 4:00 p.m. A Memorial Service will also be held at a later date In Rocky Hill, Connecticut, USA, Eleanor will be laid to rest beside her husband In Centre Cemetery, Rocky Hill, Connecticut. Condolences may be emailed to Arrangements have been entrusted to Bonnie King of Park Funeral Chapel, 244 2103. CARLSON The death of Louis Carlson occurred at a local hospital on Thursday, January 21, 2004. Funeral details and a complete obituary will appear In Saturday's edition of the Star Phoenix. Arrangements have been entrusted to SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. ' Deaths 1000 VESTRE Doreen Lillian (Brown) passed away on January 19, 2004 In Winnipeg after a lengthy battle with cancer. Doreen was born on September 4, 1 925 at Medicine Hat, AB. Her early years were spent at wageaaie, sk Detore moving to Broderick in 1939. She married David Vestre on February 10, 1962, They farmed at Strongfleld and In 1964 they moved to BC - residing In Revelstock, BC for the last 36 years. Doreen was wen known as an excellent cook and nobody left her table hungry. She took great pride In her garden and made sure all the produce was either canned or frozen. She was also a very talented seamstress and sewed all her own clothes. Doreen Is survived and will be greatly missed by her husband of nearly 42 years, David. She Is also survived by her brothers Kelvin (Betty) of Winnipeg and Jim (Ethel) of Elrose; her brothers and sisters-in-law and many nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held from the Chapel at McClure United Church on Taylor St. E. at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, January 26 with Joan Brown officiating. Private burial will follow. Wojcik's Funeral Home and Crematorium of Winnipeg are in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. M J) KOKONAS Nikltas (Nick). It Is with great sadness the family announces the death of Nick Kokonas on Wednesday, January 21, 2004 at the age of 77 years. Our dear husband, father, grandfather will be greatly missed by his loving wife of 43 years, Georgia; his son, Spero (Tressa); his daughter, Tasla (Ann) (Bill); and his cherished grandchildren, Angeliki and Alexandra. Also left to mourn Is his sister, Dimltra and many adoring nieces and nephews. Nick was born in Kastrl, Arkadias, Greece on October 15, 1926. In the early years, Nick worked on the family farm. He met his future wife on a day trip to a neighbouring town In 1959. In 1960, Nick came to Canada to begin a new life. He sent for his future bride, Georgia and they married In 1961. Nick worked In a variety of restaurants. The Elite, Golf's Steak House, and he became a well respected chef. After saving enough money, Nick opened his very own restaurant, The Commercial Cafe In 1962. From there, he went to work at Hy's Steak House In the early 70's. He became a proprietor of the Commodore Restaurant In 1973. From 1980 until his retirement in 1994, he continued as a proprietor In the Granada House Restaurant, After retiring In 1994, Nick enjoyed spending time with his children and grandchildren. Nick always took pride In his culture and faith which led him back to his homeland often. Nick helped establish and worked very hard in maintaining the Greek culture In the Hellenic Greek Community of Saskatoon, Family and friends were very Important to Nick. With the help of Georgia, Nick helped may friends and relatives establish themselves after Immigrating to Canada. Nick will remembered for his generosity and his great sense of humour. Prayers will be held on Sunday, January 25, 2004 at 7:30 p.m. from the Acadia Drive Funeral Chapel (915 Acadia Drive). The Funeral Service will be held from Kolmlsls TIs Theotokou Greek Orthodox Church (1020 Dufferln) Monday, January 26, 2004 at 10:30 a.m. conducted by Rev. Fr. John Nlkolaou. Interment to follow at Woodlawn Cemetery - Greek Section. In lieu of flowers, Memorial donation can be made to the Saskatchewan Parkinson's Disease Foundation (Box 102, 103 Hospital Drive, Saskatoon, SK, S7N 0W8). Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Mervln G. Oleksyn, ACADIA DRIVE FUNERAL CHAPEL, 955-160O 1000 .... f LAVANWAY - JENNIE RAGNA 1917-2004 Jennie passed away peacefully on Monday, January 1 9, 2004 at Extendicare In Moose Jaw, SK at the age of 87 years. She was predeceased by her husband, Kenneth; four sons, Clayton, Gary, Roy and Clint; sisters, Caroline, Mary and Eva; brothers, Carl and Bernard. Jennie is survived by sons, Fraser (Kathy), Dick (Lenore); grandchildren, Lauri (Murray), Tracey (Terry), Vallee, Kenneth, Ryan, Jaclyn, Clinton, Richard (Becky); greatgrandchildren, Jessica, Caleb, Liam, Kyra and Brett; as well as many loving nieces and nephews. Jennie was born on St. Joseph's Island In Ontario in 1917. Her family moved to Hardy, SK when Jennie was a little girl. She married Kenneth LaVanway and had six boys. After Kenneth's death, she settled In Guernsey where she worked as a cook and housekeeper for 35 years and raised her family. Jennie retired to Saskatoon where she enjoyed socializing with her sisters and friends. Jennie's home since December 2001 was Extendicare in Moose Jaw. Donations in Jennie's memory may be made to a charity of one's choice. The Funeral Service will be held at Park Funeral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue North, Saskatoon, on Saturday, January 24, 2004 at 10:00 a.m. officiated by Rev. Jack Carr. Interment will follow In Hillcrest Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Saskatoon, SK. Condolences may be emailed to Arrangements are entrusted to Greg Lalach of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL, 244 2103. DYCK Henry J. of Saskatoon, passed away at City Hospital on Tuesday, January 20th, 2004, after a brief Illness. He was born at Guernsey, Saskatchewan and was the fourth child in a family of eight. He was a hard worker, growing up on the farm and spent a number of years working In potash mines and a variety of other jobs. He had a great sense of humour; was a great cook and a good housekeeper. He was predeceased by nls wife, Audrey; his parents, Henry and Marie Dyck; and his brother, John. He leaves to mourn his son, Brian; and daughter, Jacqueline; grandson, Jason, and great grandchild, Ryanne, all of Saskatoon; his brothers, Herman (Rosalee) of Nanaimo, BC, Elmer (Irene) of Saskatoon; his sisters, Mary Mayer of Vegreville, AB; Hilda (Henry) Foth, Hertha (Hank) Siemens and Kay (Arnle) Willems, of Saskatoon; his sister-in-law, Louise Dyck of Calgary; and many nieces and nephews. The funeral will be held on Monday, January 26, 2004, at 1 :00 p.m., at Forest Grove Community Church, 502 Webster Street, Saskatoon, SK. Arrangements entrusted to John Schachtel - MOURNING GLORY FUNERAL SERVICES (978-5200). DERBOWKA Mrs, Ivanella "Nella" Derbowka (nee Tracksell) passed away at the Langham Senior Citizen Home on Thursday, January 15th, 2004. The Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, Januaiy 24th, 2004 at 2:00 p.m. from the Borden Community Centre (1st Avenue) Borden, SK, Friends so wishing may make donations to the Langham Senior Citizen Home (140 Main Street East Langham SK SOK 2L0). Arrangements are entrusted to HILLCREST FUNERAL HOME, Lynn Constantlnoff (477-4400). MANN Dr. John A. Mann passed away at Saskatoon City Hospital. In the earlv mornlna of Thursday, January 22, 2004. Arrangements are penaing ana will De announced in Saturday s paper. Email condolences may be sent to . Cremation arrangements are entrusted to PRAIRIEVIEW CHAPEL & CREMATORIUM. 242-7884 Deaths 1000 KLASSEN Abram Klassen of Warman, SK, went to be with his Lord January 21, 2004. He was predeceased by his parents, John P. Klassen and Maria (Bueckert, Wiebe) Klassen. He had several "mini strokes" In May - July of 2003. He passed away at the age of 81 years. He grew up In the Aberdeen area and lived there until 1994. They moved to Hague and lived there 5-7 years. He then married Margaret Goertzen on March 3, 2001. Surviving him are his loving wife, Margaret; sisters, Agatha Siemens, Katie Wlebe, Mary Glesbrecht; brother, Dave Klassen; and many nieces and nephews. A time of viewing for friends and family will take place Sunday, January 25 at 7:00 p.m. at the Dalmeny Funeral Chapel. The Funeral Service will be held on Monday, January 26, 2004 at 10:00 a.m. at Warman Bergthaler Mennonite Church with Rev. Corny Peters, Rev. Randy Heidt, and Rev. Peter Enns officiating. Interment will take place at Aberdeen Bergthaler Mennonite Cemetery. Arrangements are In care of DALMENY FUNERAL HOME, 254-2022. TALBOURDET The death of Mrs. Evone Loralne Talbourdet, age 77 years of Simpson, SK, occurred at Watrous Union Hospital on Saturday, January 17, 2004. A Memorial Service will be held in early February and will be announced at that time. Evone was predeceased by her parents, Edward and Olive Quathamer; sister, Nina; and brother, Turk, She Is survived by her loving husband, Peter; daughters, Frances (John) Ulslfer of Regina; Carol (Pat) Rowan of Young, SK; Warren (Iris) of Watrous; Allen of Simpson; eleven grandchildren; six greatgrandchildren. For those so wishing donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or Canadian Diabetes Association would be appreciated. Fotherlngham-McDougall Funeral Ser-vice Watrous In care of arrangements. 1 Ji-4 Jt.-'JWw DALE Ernest Dale passed away In St, Paul's Hospital on Saturday, January 1 7, 2004 at the age of 80. Ernie was born in Kindersley, SK April 23, 1923. Ernie is survived by his sister, Dorothy (Ernie) Brisco; his daughters, Elaine (Joe) Hanullk and Maureen (Marty) Smith; and grandchildren, Brian and Cheryl Hanullk and Jana Smith. He was predeceased by parents, Arthur and Eva Dale; brother, Bill Dale: wife, Hazel (Mac) Dale; and partner, Barbara Skinner. Ernie retired from the CNR after 41 years of service and spent much of his free time at the Saskatoon Golf and Country Club, until recent years when his health did not allow him to continue golfing. The Funeral Service will be held at Saskatoon Funeral Home (4th Ave. and 25th St.) on Saturday, January 24 at 1 :00 p.m. conducted by Elaine Thomas. Interment wlil take place prior to the Service In the morning at Woodlawn cemetery. Those wishing to also attend the Interment ceremony are asked to meet at the cemetery gates on Memorial Drive at 1 1 :45 a.m. In lieu of flowers donation may be made to a charity of choice. Thank you to Verna Tchorzewskl for helping Dad remain Independent for as long as possible, The family would also like to extend their appreciation to the staff at the Palisades and St. Paul's Hospital Renal Observation Unit and Palliative Care Unit, you made him more comfortable In his final days. A very special thank you to Alex Smith who tended to Ernie's every need. He was a great support and a true caregiver In every sense of the word. Words cannot express our appreciation. Email condolences may be sent to Arrangements have been entrusted to SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. Deaths 1000 V DAWSON Barbara Lillian, of Saskatoon age 95 years, died January 20, 2004. Only child of Harold and Mary Dawson of Regina. Barbara was predeceased by her close cousins, Sylvia Torrington and Ella Robson, Originally from Regina, Barbara moved to' Saskatoon 60 years ago. Her home on the-river on Saskatchewan Crescent West gave her great pleasure. Barbara graduated with Honors at the University of British Columbia and secured a Job with the University of Saskatchewan. She eventually became the Head Librarian of Cataloguing and travelled extensively In association with her work. She was also an Alumni of the University of Toronto. She loved English literature, music, flowers, nature and was a great writer of letters, Those who knew her will remember her lengthy Christmas letters. She had many, friends from all parts of the world who kept in touch over the years. She will be missed by her many nieces and nephews In Saskatoon and Ontario. Time to pay your respects, Park Funeral Home, Saturday, January 24, 1 :00 - 3:00 and 6:00 - 8:00. No Service. Interment to be held In Regina City Cemetery. SUMMACH Tim. March 14. 1959 - January 20, 2004. After a courageous battle with cancer, Tim went to be with his Saviour. He will be deeply missed by his wife, Sheena; son,. Shea; daughter, Kalla; and mother, Jennie. His brothers, Vernon (Helen) and Kevin (Catherine); sister-in-law. Donna and families will miss his kind and gentle spirit. Tim showed his great love for his family by being involved In every aspect of their life, and never too busy to take time for a visit, a word of encouragement help with homework, help with house renovations, etc. His artistic ability was expressed through many outlets. He loved to view life through the lens of his camera but also expressed his creative side through glass etching, wood working, and photo scanning and enhancing with his computer, Tim was predeceased by his father, Ray; brother, Lyle; and sister-in-law, Val. A Memorial Service will be held Friday, January 23, 2004 at 2:00 p.m. from the Christian Centre, 102 Pinehouse Drive, Saskatoon. Arrangements are entrusted to the Dalmeny FunerarHome, 254-2022. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made toward Shea and Kalla's future education, co Sheena Summach, 42 Asslnlbolne Dr., Saskatoon, SK, S7K 1H4, Donations can also be made to the KOWACH Foundation, 301 Poplar Crescent Saskatoon, SK, S7M OAS. The KOWACH Foundation provides support to educational Institutions In our local community, LUCKI The passing of Clifford Luckl, formerly of Hawarden, SK, occurred on Tuesday, January 20, 2004 at the Outlook Union Hospital, at the age of 79 years, Cliff Is survived by his family, Betty (Murray) Lloyd of Davidson; Dennis (Pat) Luckl of Hawarden; Donald (Mary) Luckl of Hawarden; Sandra (Milton) Schilling of Davidson; Alice (Lynden) Zlmmer of Saskatoon; and Gerry (Rhonda) Luckl of Hawarden; 18 grandchildren: 33 greatgrandchildren; two brothers, Steve (Muriel), Luckl of Port Hope, ON and Anton (Ruth) Luckl of Harrison, BC; and numerous nieces and nephews, he was predeceased by his wife, Margaret (1996); daughter, Sheila; brother, John (Irene); and sisters, Mary (John) Solnlcka and Helen (Andy) Casper. The Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday, January 27, 2004 at 2:00 p.m. at the Hawarden Centennial Hall, Hawarden, SK with Barry Friesen officiating. Memorial donations may be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation or the Outlook & District Health Foundation Building, fund. Arrangements are In care of the OUTLOOK FUNERAL CHAPEL.

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