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Obituaries / Life Stories

Geraldine (Bell) Hoffman

January 23, 1930 ~ April 2, 2019

It is with sadness the family of Gerry Hoffman announce her passing on April 2, 2019 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Cremation has taken place. A memorial gathering will be held on June 8, 2019. Details to follow. Condolences may be left at www.saskfunerals.ca

Dennis Malcolm Hunter

Our father passed away peacefully on March 31, 2019 with family by his side. Dad was born October 18, 1934 at the Grey Nuns Hospital in Regina to Vern and Muriel (Benrud) Hunter. He spent his earlier years on the family farm near Hawarden before moving to Hanley. Their farm was known as Hunter’s Corner, a place where neighbours gathered to have a haircut and catch up on the local news. He joined the Cubs, Scouts, was confirmed in the Hanley Lutheran Church and excelled in small town sports.  During his high school years, he took summer jobs including 3 seasons with the Dept. of Highways.  In 1951 he met the love of his life, “Murn” (Muriel Kermeen). They were married on December 11, 1954. Dad was always interested in the great outdoors and so applied to the first Conservation Officer training school in Prince Albert, graduating in 1953. His first posting was Uranium City, a new and bustling mining town. This was the beginning of a rich and exciting career. Caribou, dog sleds, bush planes, barges, ice roads, bombardiers were all new experiences for a prairie boy. Every trip made with a bombardier was an adrenalin rush as ice thickness and currents were constantly changing. Department staff  played many roles in the north: checking commercial fishing operations, trapper activity, search and rescue, emergency trips to the outpost hospitals for the nurses with patients, monitoring timber operations, forest fire suppression, first responders, accommodating travel for many which was treacherous at times, to name just a few.
Dad then had several transfers: Buffalo Narrows, Sandy Bay, Cumberland House. Cumberland was a community he had many fond memories of including organizing a men’s indigenous hockey team that played in The Pas, Carrot River, White Fox – all travels made by bombardier. The many bombardier trips for his work, the DNR radios limiting communication, and the close calls that he survived, including flying his own plane for years, made for some exciting storytelling, a gift he had mastered. Our family moved many times during Dad’s career – starting out as a Conservation Officer, Park Superintendent, and finally as Director of Northern Field Services,” the best job in the world”. All of his postings were a challenge but being Superintendent at Duck Mt. (Madge Lake) Prov. Park was one of his favorites. It was a popular beautiful Park with a wide variety of wildlife including bears. The work he loved enriched the lives of his family and taught his children many of life lessons. Dad’s retirement hobbies were being involved in four small businesses – one with his wife called “The Trophy World” in Moose Jaw. Dad was always there for his family and his friends and for strangers. He loved life and lived it to his fullest enjoying golfing and curling in his spare time. He was a selfless human being that even in his last few days, his biggest concern was that the love of his life was well cared for and that his family continue the bonding they enjoy today.
This wonderful father, husband, Grandpa and friend is on his last field trip – no need to pack a lunch “Murn”. Dad was predeceased by his parents Vern and Muriel , sister Wynnie Anderson and brother Jim, brother-in-law Jim Kermeen, sisters-in-law Enid Schafer and Margaret Fitzgerald, Dad is being ushered into his next life by his wife of 64 years Muriel, son Bill (Pauline), daughter Deb (John), daughter Kim (Leigh), son Ken (Lora), his grandchildren Derek, Adam (Desiree), Ryan (Vida), Kirsten, Jennifer (Bobby), Linsi (Jordon), Matt, Kate, Jocelyn, Casie, Chelsey (Carson), Garrett (Lori), Coty, Tanner and Cade, great grandchildren Elise, Lincoln, Isabelle, Sophie, Caden, Lorne and Sam, sister Leone Bohrson, brother Robert (Vale), sisters-in-law Valborg and Pat.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the Hanley Lutheran Church or SPCA would be welcomed. Many thanks to the Saskatoon Palliative Home Care and St. Paul’s Palliative Care Unit for their support.

Crematory services are entrusted to Cherished Memories of Martensville Sk. (306-242-7888) with a private ceremony to be held at a later date.

Michael Garry Skolney “Mike”

Michael “Mike” Garry Skolney born and raised in the Wishart area passed away on March 25, 2019. A beloved father, gido, partner, brother and son. His role as gido was one he did not take lightly which showed how excited he was every moment he shared with his grand boys. It took courage and confidence to be such an expressive, honest man such as Mike. His firm handshakes and comforting hugs made him a love-able man to be around. His laughter will be unforgettable and the memories irreplaceable. His love of farming will live on at his home quarter in the Wishart area. Please join us on June 16, 2019 from 11-2 at the Wishart hall to celebrate the life of Mike.

Natalie Rothery

October 3, 1937 – March 22, 2019

The family of Natalie Rothery sadly announces her passing.  She is lovingly remembered by her husband Ted Rothery; daughters, Sharon (Bob) Rittinger and Sherry Wiebe; sons Dwayne (Laureen) Rothery and Randy Rothery; 8 grandchildren; and 6 great-grandchildren. She is also survived by her sister Iris (Patrick) Meehan; brothers, Ernie (Carrie) Kalynka and Terry Kalynka; sister-in-law, Eileen Kalynka; brothers-in-law Mike (Leslie Tutty) Rothery and Bob (Lynn) Rothery; and many nieces and nephews.  She was predeceased by her brother Ron Kalynka and her parents Dmytro and Jennie Kalynka.

Throughout working life that included cooking and related food preparation, sewing drapery, and production line work in fabricating fibre optic cable. Natalie was always a popular worker and valued for doing good work and doing it efficiently.  When forced to take early retirement because of poor health, she happily continued using her talents knitting and sewing for the benefit of her grandkids.

At Natalie’s request there will not be a formal funeral.  A private family memorial service will take place at a later date.

We would like to thank all of the doctors, nurses and staff on the Palliative Care ward in St. Paul’s Hospital.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society.


Bradley Michael Brinsky

Brad was taken from us far too soon on March 21st, 2019 at St. Paul’s Hospital in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.  As this was the day to celebrate his birth of life, it is now a day we also will celebrate his day of death.  He leaves to mourn his daughters Kelly (Greg) Plante, Brianne Zolmer and step-daughter Kristen Plante; grandchildren Kayda, Ashaya, Monica, Rocky Jr. and Chase; his pride and joy Chubby and Nella ~ his cats; sisters, Sidney Brinsky and Debbie Brinsky; brothers, Phillip Brinsky, Randy Brinsky and Cliffton Thibault; special friends Marc Plante and Brenda Bird, Jack Crouch, Tony Wolitski, Carl Ziegler, Gerianne Hayden, Drake Thomson, Art and Marilyn Torrie; and numerous other family and friends.

He is predeceased by his mother Eva Brinsky; father August Brinsky; nephew Jordy Olson; and his special friends Monique Plante and Louise Plante.

Celebration of life in the Life Story Room at Cherished Memories Funeral Services in Martensville, SK. was on Sunday March 24th, 2019 at 2:00 p.m

Frederick George Wood

It is with great sadness the Family of Frederick George Wood announces his sudden passing on Tuesday March 19th2019 at the age of 53. Fred is survived by his caring father, younger siblings and his nephew. Fred had many interests like Army Cadets as a youth, martial arts and followed Buddhist teachings. My fondest memories were being a troublesome little brother and walks to 7-11 on hot summer day. We will not be holding an service and ask that any donations go to the Canadian Mental Health https://saskatoon.cmha.ca/get-involved/donate/and I encourage you to try the Buddhist Meditation Centre of Saskatoon or you can make a donation to them https://www.mahamevnawasaskatoon.com/donations.html.

Lance Edward Kerslake

Lance Edward Kerslake passed quietly away Saturday March 16th, 2019 surrounded by the family he loved and who loved him deeply. Lance was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on February 25th, 1955, to Ernest and Anne Kerslake, who farmed at Dinsmore, Saskatchewan. In 1964, the family moved to a Fleming Saskatchewan farm, where Lance attended school in Fleming and Moosomin, Sask.
Fifth in a family of four girls and two boys, he was affectionately dubbed “Lancie Boy,” by his mother. He loved dogs particularly, but it was not unusual to see a small kitten crawl out of his jacket!
Never one to avoid challenges and risks, as a young adult Lance had many adventures living and working in a variety of places. He lived for some time in Texas where he enjoyed the southwest culture and weather. His last decades were spent in Saskatoon, including 19 years with his partner Rena and his son Max.
Always a very social guy, kind and generous, Lance enjoyed friends and family. He had a long history with Amigos Cantina, enjoying friends, the music and playing pool. He collected and played music of all genres, and it was a challenge to best him at Trivial Pursuit…we rarely did! He loved crosswords and kept abreast with current affairs, often having hot debates regarding politics and the state of the world overall. His last working years spent at the Granite curling club were the most satisfying of his career.
In addition to his partner Rena Montgomerie, Lance is survived by his son Max Breceda-Kerslake, sisters Shirley Cannon (Barry), Diane McDougall (Fredy), Linda Kerslake (Ross Lynd), Shelley Kerslake (James Gallant), and brother Howard Kerslake (Michelle Poth).
He was a larger than life uncle to Lisa, Cory, Scott, Stephen, Chris, Greg, Michael and Kaylea. Six great nieces and nephews will miss for not knowing him longer.
Lance’s last nine months were faithfully and lovingly supported by his partner Rena, and supplemented by Medavie Community Paramedics Home Hydration Program as well as Home Care Palliative Care in Saskatoon. Rena, the Montgomerie family and the Kerslake family wish to express their deep gratitude for those kind and generous services. In addition, huge thanks to staff of St. Paul’s palliative care ward.

In Memory of Lance Kerslake, a memorial donation may be made to: Medavie Health Services, Community Paramedic Program c/o Andrew Williamson.
A celebration of Lance’s life will be held: June 1, 2019 3pm – 6pm Amigo’s Cantina 806 Dufferin Avenue, Saskatoon, Sk.

Leslie Marven Link

Leslie Marven Link passed away on March 15, 2019 in Saskatoon, SK. Leslie was born in Beechy, SK on September 17, 1934, the son of Jack and Marie Link. Leslie was the beloved husband of his wife and best friend of 57 years, Lynn. He is survived by his children Catherine (Walter), Martin (Fran), Barbara, Michael (Michelle), Robert (Elsa); grandchildren Chris (Amie), Nicole, Alex, Elycia, Zachary, Nicole, Bailey; and great-grandchildren Morgan and Ryan. He is also survived by his two sisters, brother, two sisters in-law and brother in-law, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. He will be remembered lovingly by close family friendMaridee,Lynn’s sister Pat, and their families. Leslie was an avid sports fan, especially of the Toronto Maple Leafs. As per Leslie’s request, a private family service was held in his remembrance.

Elva Beth Taylor

Elva Beth Taylor (Barrons) of Saskatoon, May 24, 1937, beloved wife of David Charles Taylor, passed away peacefully in Saskatoon on Thursday, March 14th, 2019 at the age of 81 years.

Elva was predeceased by daughter Cindy Copeland, son in law Roy Yorgason, parents Joseph & Ruby and brother Mervyn. She is survived by husband David, daughters Donita, Lori, Kim, son Trent, sister Audrey and extended families.

Elva was born in Swift Current, SK. and raised in Neville, SK where she met and married David Taylor, June 30, 1956. The couple relocated to Saskatoon where they continued to reside, raising their family of five and enjoyed being grandparents.

Elva had various positions outside the family home.  She excelled as a Tupperware Manager winning many sales awards. She (and David) were also charter members of the Rambling Rovers Trailer Club and spent many summers travelling and camping with club members. Elva’s focus and dedication to baton twirling and the SBTA led to induction to Saskatoon Sports Hall of Fame, 2015, Builder for Baton Twirling.

Family expresses thanks to various staff as she journeyed through levels of required care.

Celebration of life will take place on Saturday, May 25, 2019 at 1:30pm at the McClure United Church, 4025 Taylor Street East, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7H 5N7. Phone (306)373-1753


Joy Lynne Anderson

Joy Lynne Anderson (nee Fredlund) passed from this life on Sunday, March 10th, 2019 at Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon at the age of 69. She spent her final days surrounded by her family.

Joy was born on December 9th, 1949 in Whitewood, SK. She was the youngest of seven children, born to Rubert and Lois Fredlund. Surviving siblings are Sonia, Jo Ann, Milton, Alden, Duane, and Vince.

Joy married the love of her life, Garry Anderson, on January 11th, 1968. They celebrated their 51st wedding anniversary this year.

Joy and Garry were blessed with three wonderful children, Donna (Robby), Duane, and Darla (Conrad), and 7 beautiful grandchildren Delanie, Michael, Brianna, Jessica, Zane, Sarah and Hunter.

Some of Joys’ favourite things included watching curling, doing puzzles, gardening, antiques, and conversations with friends (Lois). She had a passion for her work as a Certified General Accountant. A moment of great personal pride for her was receiving the Governor Generals Award after graduating with the highest marks in Canada.

She will be forever missed.

Joy’s family will be celebrating her life with a private memorial at a later date.

In lieu of flowers/gifts to honour Joy, please direct your donations to Parkinson’s research. #110 – 2103 Airport Drive, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7L 6W2.

Photo Credit: Artist Sarah Anderson (granddaughter)

 A Gift from Joy, created in 2009. A picture is worth a thousand words. 

Please click on link below to watch video.


James “Jim” Jenkins

James was born May 1, 1940 and passed away March 8, 2019 in Saskatoon, SK.

James is survived by his daughters Jackie, Andrea (Greg), Terri (Pat), Courtney; 5 grandchildren; 1 great grandchild; his wife Chella and her children Darcy (Heather), Kelly (Patti), Lesley (Darcy); 5 step-grandchildren.  Jim is also survived by his sister Gwen (Doug).

Jim spent much of his life teaching in various schools in the province.  He was an avid hockey player, hanging up his skates at the age of 75.  Jim was also very involved in the children’s programs at Pleasant Hill Church – he will be lovingly remembered as “Grandpa Jim”.

At Jim’s request there will be no funeral service.

Jim is now rejoicing in Heaven.

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Close to Home Campaign at St. Paul’s Hospital.

Jennifer Wood

It is in deep sadness that we the family announce the passing of Jennifer Wood on March 5th 2019 at the age of 72 yrs. old. She will be deeply missed by her family, friends and all that knew her. She was loved by her kids and her only grandson. We will miss her energy, her smile, her hugs & wise words, her laughter, her jokes and her amazing cooking & baking. We the family will not be having a funeral, but will make private arrangements. In lieu of donations please make them to the Heart & Lung Foundation.

Armand “Myrvin” Burke

Myrvin passed away on March 2, 2019 at Sherbrooke Veterans Village.  He was born on January 10, 1924 in Regina, SK. He was the last surviving member of six siblings.  They were Don, Glen, Ray, Sid & Marie.

He is survived by his wife Jean; sons Craig (Tracey) and Merv Jr. (Shirley); Grandchildren Troy (Denise), Terri (Ken), Jamie (Davin) and Walker; also many nieces and nephews.

Myrvin served overseas in the army for 4 years with the Essex Scottish 2ndDivision where he went all through Europe and Holland.

When he came home he worked in trucking for a while, but eventually started his own Contracting business which he had to quit in his 70’s because of some health issues. He built a cabin at Turtle Lake which we had for many years – so he had lots of fish stories and water skiing laughs.

Myrvin loved music, dancing and most of all having family and friends over for big bar b q’s.  He was also the “roadie” for Jean’s band for many years – many good stories there.

We are going to miss his great sense of humor, his sayings and his wonderful smile and laugh.

The family wants to especially thank the wonderful nurses and staff at the Veteran’s Village.  They treated him with so much dignity and respect all the time he was there – he was so fortunate to be in their care.

Service will be held Thursday, March 7that 2:30 p.m. at the Sherbrooke Community Centre Chapel with Pastor Mark Trew officiating and music by Wes Froese. Donations can be made to the Veterans Village at Sherbrooke Community Centre in Myrvin’s memory.

Terrance Keith Collins

On March 01, 2019 we lost a brother, an uncle, and a friend with the passing of Terry Collins at the age of 70.

Terry will be forever remembered by brother Wayne, sisters Faye (Terry), Carol, and Lorna, sister-in-law Kelene, brothers-in-law Kevin (Cam) and Brent (Kim), numerous nieces and nephews, and many close friends.

Terry will be joining the love of his life Laura, their partners-in-crime Larry and Rhoda McLeod, and loving parents Mable and Bert.

Terry was born in Saskatoon October 07, 1948. His early years were spent on the farm at Colonsay where he attended the one room school house Sleaford School until grade three. He moved with his family to Saskatoon in 1958, attending Caswell school and Bedford Road Collegiate. Terry worked various jobs throughout his life and recently retired from Connection Point at the University of Saskatchewan where he developed many close friendships.

Terry devoted his life to animal welfare, especially rescue cats. His day centred around the caring for his three cats Wicca, Tiger Lily, and Bijoux.

We will miss his wit, dry humour and those striking blue eyes.

Our lives will be forever changed.

We would like to thank Dr. Andrea Johnson and the staff at SPH’s Palliative Care Unit for the compassionate care given to Terry. At Terry’s request there will be no funeral.

Thomas Roger Heard

(Thomas) Roger Heard —  husband, father, grandfather, teacher, mentor, sportsman, actor, and friend took his final curtain call at home on February 23, 2019. His love and devotion to his wife, Valerie, and his children Lise, Victoria, and Thom was evident in every aspect of his life. As an educator, he touched the lives of thousands of students in three provinces and on two continents. As a regular fixture on Saskatoon stages, he appeared in both amateur and professional productions, as well as murder mysteries and a late-life modeling career that saw him larger-than-life on local billboards. He was a fiercely intelligent man who started every day with the puzzle section of the newspaper. A prodigious reader and life-long learner, he was always pleased to share his knowledge and insight with others. He will be greatly missed by his family and all those who knew him. A favourite review of one of his roles also provides a wonderful testament to his wit and humour in life: “Heard was hilarious”.

Henry S. Thiessen

Henry S Thiessen,  92 years of Langham, Sk. passed away peacefully in his sleep on February 18, 2019. Henry was born and grew up on the family farm near Langham in 1926 and was the 12th  of 13 children born to Jacob and Susanna Thiessen.

Dad attended Edinburgh School in the Langham district and was very active in hockey and baseball. Those passions continued into his adult life. He was known to friends and family as “NHL Hank” and he spent his Saturday evenings with Hockey Night in Canada, cheering for his favorite team, the Boston Bruins and during the summer, the Boston Red Sox.

Growing up, dad helped out on the family farm until he took over in 1963. He continued to farm into his 90’s and could always be found in his garage on the farm going through his treasures until the very end. Dad was always a hardworking man and when he wasn’t busy farming, he worked for many different garages in Saskatoon and Langham, such as Busby’s Esso, Nortons, Roy Epp, Don Huggins, and Czanks, just to name a few. He always had a jigsaw puzzle on the go along with his Sudoku books. Dad’s childhood hobby was his beloved Meccano and collecting hockey cards and in his later years, Lego with his Grandchildren and Great-Grandchildren. Dad proudly owned every issue of the “Hockey News”, from the very first one published to yesterday’s issue.

Dad met the love of his life at a dance in the Legions Hall in Langham in 1952 and him and Gloria Stahl were married 2 days before his birthday on December 9, 1955. He said that mom was the best birthday present ever!

Dad and Mom had many adventures and laughs in their 63 years of marriage. He always looked forward to coming home from the field to his wife and family to a meal of his favorite foods, like Roll Kuchen, Plumamoos or Farmer Sausage with lots and lots of Ketchup.

Henry was predeceased by his brothers, John(Mary) Thiessen, Bill(Verna) Thiessen, Jack(Helen) Thiessen, Pete(Anne) Thiessen, Ike Thiessen, and Frank Thiessen; sisters, Susan(Dirk) Tiessen, Helen(Harry) Schmidt, Liz(Adolf) Blushke, Mary(Ben) Epp, Agnes(Frank) Dyck, and Anne Thiessen; and numerous nieces and nephews. Henry is survived by his wife, Gloria; Daughter, Gail(Ken), Grandchild Danielle, Great-Grandchild, Alex, Grandchild, Chantal(Mike), Great-Grandchildren, Dylan and Landon, Grandchild, Tabatha(Chris), Great-Grandchildren, Brooke and Cory; Daughter, Lorna, Grandchild, Terran; Son, Scott, and Grandchildren, Austin and Haley.

A memorial service will be held on March 2, 2019 at 2:00pm in the Langham Hall in Langham, Sk.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Saskatoon Cancer Center, #20 Campus Drive, Saskatoon, Sk. S7N 4H4.

The family would like to thank the doctors and nurses at both St. Pauls and RUH hospitals, the Cancer Clinic, and the Langham Care Home for the excellent care they gave our dad.


Johnnie William Love

Johnnie William Love passed away on February 17, 2019 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan at the age of 84 years. Johnnie was born on April 25, 1934 to James and Nelda Love in Apache, Oklahoma. He will be deeply missed by his family and friends.

Anthony Novakovski

Anthony (Tony) Ambrose Novakovski, 86 of Martensville, SK. passed away peacefully after a long and arduous battle with COPD on February 13, 2019 at St. Paul’s Hospital, Saskatoon SK. Prayer Vigil will be held at Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish, 300-8thAvenue S, Martensville, SK. on Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at 7:00 PM. A Celebration of his life with Mass will be held on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 at 1:00 PM also in Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish, Martensville, SK. with Father Peter Ebidero officiating. Tony will be cremated following the service and buried with a memorial service sometime later this summer.

“Tony” was born on the farm in Melville SK. on May 10, 1932 to Andrew Novakovski and Magdelene Burant. It was there he met and married his childhood sweetheart Anne Kreklewich, August 12, 1950. He was a romantic man carrying in his wallet a picture of the two of them the day after their wedding. They settled down in Melville and raised their family of six children. Tony owned and drove taxi for a few years and then went on to become an Engineer on the CN railroad before retiring in 1996 after almost 40 years of service. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus for over 60 years and was an active member in his church.

He was the most “extraordinary” ordinary man with a beautiful soul and so much more. He loved spending time with his family and was very proud of them and their accomplishments, as well as his own. Tony was a very humble, virile and meticulous man. “If you’re going to do something take your time, do it well and do it right the first time.” He loved playing his fiddle, telling jokes and stories-laughing at them as they were told, fishing, woodworking, country music, crossword puzzles and cryptoquip’s, and avid sports enthusiast, a hat collector – a diehard Oilers and Blue Jays fan, loved watching the children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren‘s activities and playing cards-always a deck on the table. Everyone, no matter who or what time, was always welcome.

Tony was preceded by his sons, Blair (1996), Terry (2014) and his granddaughter Kelly (2005).

He is survived by his beloved wife of 68 years, Anne and their children, Brian (Tanya), Darrell (Wendy), Cheryll (Pat) and Lori (Jeff); 15 grandchildren and 32 great grandchildren; his sisters, Rosalie Woloschuk, Pat Stein-Jones and Marge (Joe) Sikora; brother-in-law, Joe (Marion) Kreklewich and sister-in-law, Rose Walchuk.

He will be greatly missed but happily remembered and cherished by family, relatives and friends.

A special thank you to his family physician Dr. Allison Adamus, all his specialists, COPD nurses, Home Care, pharmacist (Ron), as well as the doctors, nurses and staff of St. Paul’s Hospital and Cherished Memories Funeral Services.

As you play your fiddle to the angels waiting through a big haul of fish – all the while debating with St. Peter, the fisherman as to who caught the biggest fish, play a game of cards for all of us. We’ll see you soon. We miss you and love you very much. Loving Husband, Dad, G-Pa and GG-Pa.

Marjorie Elizabeth Harris

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our Mom, Grandma, and Great-Grandma, Marjorie Elizabeth Harris nee Tweit on February 10th, 2019 at the age of 74 years. She has joined her husband in Heaven, our Dad, Grandpa, and Great-Grandpa, Winston Percy Harris who passed away on May 19, 2017 at the age of 76 years.

Winston and Marjorie are survived by their loving children, Rodney, Ronda(Robert), Wendy and Wendell; their beloved grandchildren, Quinton, Chase (Gloria), Courtney(Justin), Logan, Kale, Stacee, Wade and Morgan; and their Great Grandchildren, Bentlee, Pepper, Gracie and Cayde

Dad and Mom will be forever missed, we find comfort in knowing that they are once again fishing together on their beloved East Trout Lake.

As per Mom and Dad’s wishes, no service will be held. A private family burial will take place at a later date.

Dianne Francis McCumber

It is with great sadness the family announces the passing of Dianne Francis McCumber.  Dianne was born January 31, 1946 in Flin Flon, Manitoba and passed away February 7, 2019 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.  She will be deeply missed and lovingly remembered by all her family and friends.  Full obituary will follow at a later date.

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