Obituaries / Life Stories

Chera Ann Doell

May 23, 1975 ~ April 20, 2023

With a heavy heart and much love we announce that Chera Ann Doell passed away on April 20, 2023. Chera was born on May 23, 1975 to Cheryle and Gerald in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She was the eldest of three siblings – Terry, Leeann and Denae; and a mother to four children – Bradyn, Andrew, Alexis and Jayden.

Chera grew up and went to school in Martensville, where she enjoyed playing competitive sports and attending church activities. She was known for her dedication to the restaurant service industry and made many friendships along the way. To many, she was a lot more than a friend, she was like family and someone you could always lean on. She loved to cook for everyone – enough to feed an army! Some of her favourite dishes to cook were lasagna, borscht, farmer sausage, perogies and cream gravy plus many more. Chera loved travelling and experiencing new places; spending time at the beach; and going to the lake with family and friends.

She is survived by her parents Gerald Doell and Cheryle Smith (Kim); siblings Terry Doell, Leeann Scheirch (Gary), Denae Doell; children; Bradyn Doell (Sherry), Andrew Kurmey (Santanah), Alexis Letkeman (Daniel), and Jayden Naidu; grandchild Skylar Doell; lifelong companion Carlos Naidu; her many loving aunties, uncles, and cousins.

A celebration of life will be held at Cherished Memories Chapel at 1:00 pm, on Thursday April 27th, 2023 at 591 Centennial Dr N, Martensville, SK

For those unable to attend the service in person, a livestream link has been set up at

Doreen Ann Sotnikow

August 15, 1941 ~ April 13, 2023


How can we say goodbye. You have been the center of our lives for so long and you have always been there for us.

You were from a small town and a large family and left for the city when you were very young. You were vibrant and beautiful and caught dad’s eye.  He pursued you passionately and you were together for the next 50 years.

You had a kind soul and a huge heart, quick wit, and an infectious sense of humour. You always made anyone who stopped by feel welcome and at home.

You had three rowdy boys that you raised well and were always there for us. You kept the peace in our family and wherever you were, it always felt like home.

You loved your family and all your grandkids, spending as much time as you could with them. When you weren’t with them, they were always in your heart and on your mind.

We are sad that you are gone, and your loss leaves a huge void in our lives. We are glad you are at peace, free from suffering and with dad smiling down at us.

Love you always.


Maxine Eloise DuBois

December 17, 1937- April 10, 2023

Maxine passed on April 10th, 2023, at St. Paul’s Hospital.

She is survived by her son Clint DuBois (Chrystal), daughter Shelly Banks (Ray), and daughter Leslie Hartley (Ori). Grandchildren Colten, Colby, Ryan, Kaity.  And several great grandchildren. Her sister Carol Neilson, her niece, Susan and nephew Tony and their families.

She is predeceased by her Father Elverson Colby and Mother Irene Colby, her son Cameron Hartley, significant other Alexander DuBois, and her grandchildren Jason Banks, Brianne Banks, and niece Nicole Neilson.

She was a wonderful adventurous person with a witty sense of humour. She loved gardening and being outside and working on her pond. She could often be found at the Bingo hall and was known to many there and will be missed dearly. She was a very supportive and proud Mother and Grandmother who loved to watch ball and hockey and enjoyed special date days with her Grandson Colten.

May she rest in peace and forever be in our hearts.

Destiny-Rain (Robbie) Hope Janvier

August 20, 2002 ~ April 10, 2023

It is with extreme saddness that the family announces the sudden passing of Destiny-Rain Hope Janvier on April 10,2023.

Destiny is lovingly survived by her Mother Katie, Father Mike Janvier,  brothers: Karlen (Shanny),Samuel Toulejour, Tayden Toulejour; Sisters: Kyla, Noella Toulejour , Nephew: Ozzie; Aunties: Wendy, Candyce (Blaine), Chantelle Uncle Grant (Keesha) Grandparents: Lawrence Janvier, Noella Levesque Cousins: Jayden “River”, Brayson, Bryce, Dawson, Paris, Lyric, Kazen, Quinn, Kirby

She was predeceased by: her daughter Frankie, Grandma Julia Janvier,  Great Grandmother Bernadette Montgrand, Grand Dad Ron Fisher

The viewing will be Thursday, April 13, 2023 1:00pm-5:00pm at Cherished Memories Funeral Chapel, 591 Centennial Dr. N, Martensville, SK

The Wake Service will be held Friday, April 14, 2023 311 Clark Street La Loche, SK  With the Funeral Service on Monday, April 17, 2023 2:00pm at Our Lady of Visitation Catholic Church in La Loche, SK,  with  Father Maria Robert SDM officiating. The Interment will follow at La Loche Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Karlen Janvier, Grant Janvier, Karl Shewchuk, Cody Kryzanowsky, Lyle Woodward, Kyle Kryzanowsky  andJayden (River) Janvier.

Donald Wayne Steel

May 28, 1949 ~ April 9, 2023

Donald Wayne Steel passed away peacefully on April 9, 2023, at St. Pauls Hospital after a long battle with cancer.

Don was born to Alfred and Joy Steel in Kindersley on May 28, 1949.  Don made many miles up and down the highway with Kindersley Transport where he retired from in 2016.  In retirement, he enjoyed an Alaskan Cruise with Darlene and special friends Bernie and Colleen. He always enjoyed BSing over a good cup of coffee with his coffee crew.

Don was predeceased by his parents, Alfred and Joy, brothers Barry & Ricky, and Granddaughter Bobbi.

Don is survived by his wife Darlene Warlow, daughter Karrie (Brad) Olafson, sons David (Heather) Warlow, Cliff (Trisha) Warlow, and Grandkids; Tanner, Keely, Alyssa Olafson; Bailey, Ashton Martens, Bradyn, Liam Warlow; Bella, Cohen Warlow. Brother Ken (Olga) Steel, Sister Diana Campbell, and numerous sister in laws, nieces, nephews, and cousins.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Sunday May 28th, 2023 at 2:00 pm at the New Horizon Centre, 106 4th Ave N, Martensville, SK.

Cherished Memories Funeral Services is honoured to be entrusted with Donald’s care.

Stanley Tomas Couillonneur

October 6, 1944 ~ April 10, 2023
It is with profound sadness that the family announces the sudden passing of Stanley “Nine” Couillonneur at age 78.
Stanley is lovingly survived by his children: Dorothy (Ken) Clarke, Stanley Jr.(Liz) Couillonneur, Dennis (Janelle) Couillonneur, Shawna (Grant) Gardiner, Owen (Lori) Couillonneur, Ryan (Candace) Couillonneur,  Anthony Couillonneur, Bianca Couillonneur,  sister Berenice Couillonneur, brothers; Joseph Couillonneur, Henry (Simone) Couillonneur, Paul (Marlene) Couillonneur, Madeline Couillonneur, in laws; Marcel (Ruth), Larry(Sharon), Clarabelle (Richard), Debbie (Leonard), Anne Bouvier, Howard Bouvier, Kenneth(Buttons) Bouvier;
God children; Jacinta Bouvier, Tina Couillonneur, Aimee Mineault, Natasha Bird, Scott Bouvier, Alvin Bouvier.
as well as many beautiful grandchildren, great grandchildren and nieces and nephews.
He was predeceased by his wife: Antoinette (Jake) Couillonneur, parents; Francis & Adeline Couillonneur; siblings: Charles Couillonneur, Edward Couillonneur, Martin Couillonneur, Lena Bouvier, Florence Maurice and Veronique Opikokew; grandchildren; Nevaeh Couillonneur & Lawrence Couillonneur
Wake Service will be held Tuesday, April 11 ~ Wednesday April 12, 2023 at the Cole Bay Hall in Cole Bay, SK
Lay Ministry: Linda Lariviere, Gail Marple
​​​​​​​Pallbearers:Dakota, Buttons, Stanley Jr,Kody, Ryan, Owen, Anthony, Acadia, Dennis
Honorary Pallbearers: Eval Lariviere, Mervin Lariviere, Tony Maurice, Fernand Bouvier, Leonard Bouvier, Dennis (Skunk) Couillonneur, & Warren (Chijoe) Couillonneur and all who knew and loved him
Memorial Service will be held at a later date at Cole Bay Cemetery & Sapawgamik


Robert Bouvier “Wapistan”

Born September 19, 1945 ~ Green Lake, SK
Passed away April 11, 2023 ~ Ile a la Crosse, SK
​​​​​​​The Bouvier family is saddened to announce the passing of Robert Bouvier on April 11, 2023.
He will be forever missed by all who knew him, especially, his children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and all his loving family.
Robert is survived by;
Sons: Curtis (Geraldine) Bouvier
Wilfred (Julia Caisse) Bouvier
Keith (Aleisha) Sanderson
Daughters: Linda (Vince) Tracey
Janelle (Dennis) Couillonneur
Christine (Clay) Fraser
Siblings: Johnny, Bernice Gardiner, Leonard (Marie Ange), Frieda, Noreen, Paula (Devin) Lariviere
Sister in laws: Bertha Aubichon, Sally Bouvier
Numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces & nephews
Special Nephews Warren (Chijoe) & Dennis (Skunk) Couillonneur

All who knew and loved him

Predeceased by:
Parents: Francis & Cecile Bouvier
Siblings: Joe Bouvier, Wilfred Bouvier, Flora Iron, Delphina Durocher, Clara Couillonneur, Clarissa Iron, Gilbert (Chucky) Bouvier, Norman Bouvier
In Laws: Rene Iron, Alec Gardiner, Pauline Desjarlais, Athanas Iron, Poncho Aubichon, and Jean M Durocher
Nephew Chad Bouvier
A Viewing Service will be held, Wednesday, April 12, 2023 from 11:30am – 1:30pm at Cherished Memories Funeral Chapel

591 Centennial Dr. N, Martensville, SK.

A Memorial Service to be held at later date.


Don Bowes

Don Bowes was born June 24, 1944, in Renfrew, Ontario to parents James Bowes and Beulah McPherson.
​​​​​​​He passed away March 26, 2023 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
He was predeceased by his parents and his sister, Lois Findlay (Bob).
Don is survived by son James Bowes (Melissa), son Jeffrey Bowes (Tara),
daughter Jennifer Bowes (Brian Hales ) and nine grandchildren, Ben, Malachi, Sam, Joe, Angus, Sophia, Olivia, John and Elena Bowes.

Llewellyn Lowell Wildeman

February 13, 1944 ~ April 2, 2023

Llewellyn Lowell Wildeman was born February 13, 1944, at the Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. He was the oldest of three boys, born to Albert and Olive Wildeman. Llewellyn spent the formative years of his life on the family farm in Esk Saskatchewan, and attended school in a one room school house from grades 1-8 before attending high school in Lanigan.

In 1961 Llewellyn met Johanna Hamilton the love of his life, and future wife of 56 years. In 1967 they were married in Quesnel, BC. Just three days into their honeymoon Llew was drafted to fight forest fires. While fighting fire Llew badly burned his feet, and was released after two weeks, at which point they returned to the family farm where he split time between working in the trades and farming. After twenty two years on the farm the family moved to Saskatoon, where Llew would spend the remaining years of his life.

Always a hard worker, Llew took a job with the department of highways while attending high school classes. After high school, Llew found work in Saskatoon at the University of Saskatchewan printing press, the first in a number of interesting jobs. Llew put great importance on hard work, and a job well done. Throughout his career he would contribute to many important projects, from fighting fires in British Columbia, to the years he spent working on the Gardener Dam project. He was known as a reliable man, who would go above and beyond to get the job done. Over the course of his career Llew accumulated a wealth of knowledge which he happily contributed to his family and community. Stoic in nature, Llew touched many lives through his simple, no nonsense approach to life. Llew was a devoted husband and caring father. He will be dearly missed and fondly remembered by his friends and loved ones

Llewellyn had many personal interests. He practiced stained glass for many years, and his work went as far as Japan. He was an accomplished outdoorsman, who had a love for nature. Llew shot thousands of photos, capturing the beauty of life and nature on the Prairies. Llew’s other great interest was airplanes, and he had a great knowledge of aircraft and aviation history. He often told stories of the many opportunities he had over the years to have flights in a variety of small aircraft. Airshows were a great family tradition, and many weekends were spent on top of the motorhome taking in the shows.

Llewellyn is survived by his wife of 56 years Johanna Wildeman (Saskatoon), children Cameron Wildeman (Saskatoon), Michelle Wildeman (Saskatoon), and grandchildren Brooke MacBain (Saskatoon), Drew MacBain (Olivia Varga) Saskatoon, Reid MacBain (Sydney Fengstad) Saskatoon, Rhett MacBain (Saskatoon), and brothers Charles (Virginia) Wildeman (Esk), Maurice (Amy ) Wildeman (Esk).  He was predeceased by his parents, Albert & Olive Wildeman.

Visitation will be held on Thursday, April 6th, from 2-4 pm at Cherished Memories Funeral Services, 591 Centennial Dr. N, Martensville, SK.

Cherished Memories Funeral Services  is honoured to be entrusted with Llewellyn’s care.

Sherry-Ann Peters

February 24, 1966 ~ April 2, 2023

It is with profound sadness that the family announces the sudden passing of Sherry-Ann Peters at the age 56. Sherry is survived by her husband of 36 years Ben Peters. Together Sherry and Ben had three children Ryan (Jessi), Keith (Ashley), and Travis. Sherry had 7 grandchildren she loved immensely. Sherry enjoyed crafting, thrift shopping with her Mother Doris and Aunt Joyce, and weekly trips to dollar tree with her husband looking for her next craft idea. Sherry was quick witted and loved to make jokes, she loved makeup, jewelry, and sparkled clothing. Sherry also loved trips to the Casino with her husband. Sherry will be greatly missed, but her kind heart, and loving smile will always be remembered.  Prayers and Visitation will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 6, 2023 in the Martens Warman Funeral Chapel, 402 Central Street West, Warman. Martens Warman Funeral Home is honoured to be entrusted with Sherry’s care.

Peter Geoffrey Pybus

April 4, 1948 – March 26, 2023

Peter (Geoff) passed away quietly at home with family at his side. His determination to live a full life after his cancer diagnosis continued up to his passing. His family and friends will remember him as someone who accepted a challenge and set out to complete it.

He is remembered by his wife Connie Cornwell, son Paul Pybus (Holly Keeler) of Saskatoon, daughter Heather of Vancouver, stepson Paul Cornwell (Megan) of London ON, stepdaughter Teresa Cornwell (Ali Williams) of Kitchener, ON; and by his grandchildren  Katelyn, Jenna, Eden, Aidan, James, Isaac and Sol; brother Dave Pybus (Liz) of Hanover, ON, sister Margo Pybus of Ardrossan AB; brother-in-law Doug Zimmer (Gwen) of Calgary as well as nephews and nieces, and extended family in England.

Geoff was born in Cottingham England to parents Peter and Doreen Pybus. His family immigrated to Canada in 1958 and settled on a farm near Tillsonburg, Ontario. He attended high school in Tillsonburg and graduated from the University of Guelph with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering. He worked as a civil/structural engineer in companies in Ontario, Alberta, and Saskatoon, retiring from Westeel in 2013.

He is predeceased by his parents Peter and Doreen Pybus.

The family would like to thank Dr Berger, the Saskatoon Cancer Centre, and Saskatoon Palliative Care Services for their support.

A celebration of Geoff’s life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers memorial donations can made to Sherbrooke Community Centre and the Canadian Cancer Society for Prostate Cancer research.

Cherished Memories Funeral Services is honoured to be entrusted with Peter’s care.


Myron Nelson Munchinsky

March 15, 1957- January 31, 2023

It is with great sadness that the family of Myron Munchinsky share the news of his passing on January 31, 2023, at the age of 65. Myron passed away peacefully at St. Paul’s hospital after a two-year battle from complications due to a severe stroke.

Myron was born in Swan River, MB on March 15, 1957, to the late Milton and Georgina Munchinsky. Shortly after Myron was born, the family decided to move back to Saskatoon, SK. It was in Saskatoon where Myron lived out his life, attending school, working, and starting a family with former spouse Shannon Ramstead.

Myron will be lovingly remembered by his children: Nelson (Jenna Ens) and Donavon; his siblings Ken (Norma), Ernie (Francie), Dot (Craig Oleksuik); stepmother Vangi; sister-in-law Faye; brother-in-law Ken Stewart; many nieces and nephews; along with many friends, notably long-time friends Mark Morrison and Blair Yochim. He is predeceased by his sister Flo and brother Clarence.

Myron was an immensely optimistic and curious person. You could usually find him tearing something apart to fix it or to just, “see how it works”. At home and work he was the go-to guy for anything that needed fixing. He was even given the colloquial title of “Uncle Fix-It”. His personality suited him well for his 25+ year career as electronic technician with IRD and Vecima in Saskatoon.

Being a quiet individual didn’t stop Myron from being outgoing to those that knew him. He was an avid golfer, a movie fiend, a tech aficionado, an astronomy enthusiast, and a memorabilia collector. He would always laugh at his own “dad” jokes, even to the groans of others. Myron will never be forgotten but forever remembered and missed by all who were fortunate enough to know him.

The family wishes to thank the following for their supportive and compassionate care of Myron: Spruce Manor Long Term Care Home, the staff of the department of Neurosciences at Royal University Hospital, and the staff of both Internal Medicine and Emergency at St. Paul’s Hospital.

Cherished Memories Funeral Services is honoured to be entrusted with Myron’s care.

The Funeral Service for Myron will be held on Saturday, April 29, 2023, at 11:00am at Cherished Memories Chapel-591 Centennial Dr N, Martensville, SK.

For anyone unable to attend a livestream link has been set up at


Kenneth Allen Sorenson

With heartfelt sadness, we announce the passing of Kenneth Allen Sorenson, on March 17, 2023, at the age of 60 years.


Kenneth is survived by his loving spouse Edna Ratte; 9 grandkids Alexia, Denzel, Summer, Autumn, James Jr., Giedon, Tristan, Ocean, Kayan; his pet Fuzzy; siblings Annette Harrison, Margaret Paul, Stan Quan, Carol, Dennis Couillonneur, Kenny Bouchard, Debbie, Bobby Morin, Roger Malboeuf, Edward Sorenson (Christina); brother-in-laws Gordon (Brenda), Ron (Flora), Wilbert (Christine), Steven (Rhoda), Scott (Cheryl), Kelvin (Ernestine), Michael (Germaine), Stanley (Margaret), Winston (Georgina); sister-in-law Mabel (Philip); the late Ida Ratt; step-daughters Mary-Jean Ratt; the late Kimberly Ratt; his buddies Ray G, Frank M, John Bell and John Gaudet.


He was predeceased by his parents Therese Malboeuf, Alvin O. Sorenson, Cyril, Jean Ratt; grandparents Florida and Suzanne; uncles Peter, Sammy, George; auntie Margaret; brother Danny Desjarlais, brother-in-law Allen Ratt.


Wake Services will be held March 18 – 20, 2023, at the Ile a la Crosse Events Centre. A Funeral Service will be held on Monday, March 20, 2023, at 2:00 p.m., at St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church, Ile a la Crosse, SK. Interment to follow at the Ile a la Crosse Cemetery.


Cherished Memories is honored to be entrusted with the care of Kenneth Sorenson.

Raymond Fiolleau

Raymond Fiolleau of Saskatoon passed away peacefully at the age of 80 years old, in the early hours of March 11, 2023, with family by his side.

Raymond is survived by his wife, Cecile (Forseille) of 59 years; His four girls; Lorette (Ray) Richard, Rachelle (Andy) Richard, Pauline (Wally) Leverton, Lynn (Bruce) Clark. Grand children; Amanda, Melissa, Cody, Desirae and Jordan along with their significant others. Four great grandchildren, and numerous step grand/great children. Siblings; Eva Forseille, Paul (Yvonne) Fiolleau, and Father Maurice Fiolleau.

Ray was born in Duck Lake, SK, August 2, 1942 to Rosanna & Arsene Fiolleau.

On October 16, 1963, he married Cecile and took over the family farm where they raised their four girls.

At his request, no funeral service will be held. Burial of his ashes will take place at a later date. Arrangements are entrusted to Cherished Memories Funeral Home, Martensville, SK.
In lieu of flowers, donations to palliative care unit at St. Pauls Hospital in Saskatoon.

Jacob Baerg

Born: April 7,1931

Died: March 4, 2023

Jake was born on April 7, 1931 in El Trebol, Durango. He was the youngest of seven siblings. In 1953 at the young age of 22, Jake brought his mother,  brother, and five sister’s to Canada to build a more prosperous life. His family settled down in Emerson, Manitoba but eventually he moved on to Estevan, SK. It was there that his dream of building his own construction business was fulfilled, Jakes Construction.

In 1973 he obtained a contract with the Town of Hudson Bay to build 50 homes in a new development area. Jake and his family packed up their belongings, a mobile home, a renovated bus and a crew of men ready to work.  They were cramped but it was what they called home. Later on in life, Jake was able to build a beautiful home for his family on Donald Street.

Jake’s Construction continued to grow over the years. He built numerous homes in and around Hudson bay including cabins at Ruby Lake, The Town Hall, the public swimming pool and churches to name only a few. Any street you drove down you could point out something Jake built. He took great pride in his concrete work, as he would say it was his favorite job to do.

Jake spent the cold Saskatchewan winters in Mazatlán, Mexico, his home away from home. You could usually find Jake at Costo de Ora for happy hour or Tony’s on the Beach with all of his great friends he made over the years. These friends become a second family to Jake. Jake would take great pride sharing stories and photos of his adventures in Mazatlán. Especially of his countless friends he made each trip.

Unfortunately, he had to retire in 2018 at the age of 87, due to his declining health. He sold what he held dear to him, his cabin and his shop and made the move to Saskatoon. He resided with his daughter Brenda until his peaceful passing surrounded by family.

Jake is survived by his special friend Janet, his children (In order of oldest to youngest) Brenda, Charlene, Jackie, Cheryl, Jody, Myles and many grandchildren and great grandchildren. He was predeceased by his eldest son Jerry who recently passed on February 18, 2023.

Jake, Dad, Grandpa, dear friend, you will be profoundly missed by oh so many near and far. The beach may not have as many laughs, the streets may not be built as they should. A seat may be empty at the Desrocher VLT’s, and hearts may forever ache, but his stories will continue to be told, his laugh will always be heard, his warmth and strength will always be felt and his smile, that famous Jake smile will always be forever remembered. UNA MAS Jake.

BAIRD, Barbara

Barbara Baird
1960 – 2023

Passed away February 24th 2023.

Barbara was predeceased by Mother and Father, John & Anne Friesen.
Nephew – Ian Anderson, Leo & Doreen Baird.

Left to morn, Husband, Greg.
Daughters, Jennifer (Darnell), Catherine (Shane), Susan (Ray) Anderson, Betty (Ian) Friesen.
Aaron Anderson, Garnet (Lorrie) and Doug Baird.

Darlene Figurski

Darlene Paulette Figurski, 73, our ray of sunshine, passed peacefully onto her next adventure with the angels on March 4, 2023. Darlene was a true social butterfly, who loved hosting and organizing any type of event, with a natural ability to make everyone feel welcome. Her laugh was contagious, and she always lived her life to the fullest. Darlene was the rock of her family, with a understated strength, unconditional love, and even some firm straight-talk when she felt we needed it. She will always be missed and loved beyond measure.

As per Darlene’s request, and as a reflection of how she lived, we will have a celebration of her life on Saturday, March 11, 2023 at St. Paul’s United Church Hall at 454 Egbert Ave, Saskatoon, SK. Please join us from 1 – 4pm to celebrate our loving mother, Baba, sister, auntie, and friend.

Amber Jean Tkachuk

Amber Jean Tkachuk passed away on February 24, 2023. She will be deeply missed by her daughter Reece, mother Marilyn, sisters Toni (Trevor), Candice (Scott), brother Brad and the Mathison’s (her second family).

Amber absolutely loved all her nieces and nephews, and they all have a special place in Amber’s heart. They all have very fond memories of “crazy” Aunty Amber. Amber was predeceased by her father Morris, and her baby Tori.

There will be a Celebration of Life at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, March 12, 2023, in the Osler Pioneer Centre, 208 Second Street, Osler, Saskatchewan.

Cherished Memories Funeral Services & Crematory is honoured to be entrusted with the care of Amber.

Peter Myles Weber

It is with heavy hearts we announce the passing of Peter Myles Weber on February 26th, 2023, after a short fight with pancreatic cancer. He passed away peacefully at St Pauls hospital, after being under great care in the palliative unit. Peter is loved and remembered by his mother Helen Weber; children Alexander Weber, Jessica (Sean) Kirk; grandchild Cole Kirk; siblings Karen Eremondi, Mark Weber; as well as his nieces, nephews, and numerous friends. Peter was predeceased by his father Donald Weber; brother in law David Eremondi; and brother Maurice Richard Weber.

Peter was a loving father to Alex and Jessica, as well as father-in-law to Sean and doting grandfather to 3-year-old Cole. Outside of his family members, his biggest passion in life was hunting, as well as attending the annual Gordstock Music Event. His sense of humour and casual and caring demeanour made all feel welcome in his presence. Whether it was with a joke, a meal, or a spliff, he was always up for sharing whatever he could.

Memorial donations can be made to the Canadian Cancer Society in Peter’s name. A celebration of life will be held at a later date.

Bellamy, Jammie Rae

December 8, 1985 – February 20, 2023

It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Jammie Bellamy in Saskatoon, SK from complications of diabetes.  Jammie leaves to mourn her sons Nicholas and Jeremy Couturier (father Stephane), mother Elizabeth James(David), “Mom” Anne Peters, brother William Bellamy(Christie), sisters Bobbi Mackay(Arthur), Lisa Lariviere(Ryan), Tammy Arch, nieces and nephews John and Sydney Mackay, Brandon and Brooklyn Lariviere, along with many aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and her animals.

Jammie was born full of energy, inquisitiveness and independence which she carried throughout her life. She was hard working, constantly seeking new challenges, and always willing to help another in need. She loved her animals- dogs, cats, horses and various other pets, they brought her peace, comfort and joy.

Her first love though, was her children.  Nicholas and Jeremy were the light of her life. Unfortunately, she was taken so young that she will not be able to be with them as they grow and move through this world.  As she joins her Father Byran Bellamy, Friend Nick, Aunt Mary, and Grandma Vandeweyer whom she loved so much, we know she will be watching down on “her boys” along with them.  Now that her struggles with illness are over, we pray that she is at peace.

Visitation will be held at Cherished Memories Funeral Home in Martensville, Thursday March 2 from 6-8pm for those wishing to attend.  A celebration of life will take place at a future date.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Jammie’s memory may be made to the SPCA.

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