August 02, 1920 - - December 27, 2017
Victoria Stang was born on August 2, 1920, the third child of 19 (2 died in infancy) born to Joseph A. and Clara (Gartner) Stang. She grew up on the family farm in the Falconhurst School district southeast of Macklin. After leaving school, Vicki worked at home helping with her siblings.
In 1944 she started work as housekeeper for Fr. Joseph Sluga who had got to know the fami ...
March 29, 1936 - - December 24, 2017
Phyllis Ruby Flynn was born on March 29, 1936 in Hardisty, Alberta to Arne and Ruby Kristiansen. On July 6, 1956 she married Tom Flynn and together they raised their family of three boys and two girls in the Czar area where Phyllis continued to call home until her passing.
Quietly and surrounded by her family, like most things Phee did, she passed away on December 24, 2017 at ...
February 09, 1931 - - December 12, 2017
This tells the story of a woman who has witnessed the poverty of the depression; the long lean years when people sold out and friends moved away. She had seen the final horse, drawn carts replaced by cars; electricity put into all homes and her children, grandchildren and some great grandchildren grown.
It has been a full life, born in 1931 in Heswell, England; she was raised ...
January 04, 1967 - - December 08, 2017
Douglas Emerson Morrow was born on January 4, 1967 in Wainwright, Alberta to the proud parents, Ronald and Elfrieda Morrow.
Doug passed away at the Nanaimo Regional General Hospital at the age of 50 years.
Doug will be forever missed by his daughter, Chelsea; mother, Frieda; brother, Kelly (Dianne) and children, Dylan, Kealan and Trey; Aunts and Uncles, Clara Sieben and Larry ...
October 15, 1936 - - December 04, 2017
Joseph Jacob Weinkauf was born on October 15, 1936 in Macklin, Saskatchewan to Joseph and Katherine Weinkauf.
Joe grew up on the family farm south of Macklin. On August 26, 1972 he married Valerie Fisher and together they raised one daughter, Lynette.
Joe worked many years as a mechanic at Hillis’ Garage in Macklin until his retirement. His passion for fixing things and tin ...
February 24, 1935 - - December 02, 2017
Carol Murray was born Dorothy Carol Cavanagh on February 24, 1935 to Frank and Dorothy Cavanagh at Ponoka, Alberta. Her family moved around in her early years from Hardisty, Alberta to Killam, Alberta until ultimately returning to Ponoka. She was the only one of their four children to survive infancy. Her father was a farmer among other things and her mother had been a teacher. ...
November 03, 2006 - - December 01, 2017
Samuel “Sam” Bert Sieben was born on November 3, 2006 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. He was the oldest child of Daryl and Bonnie (Torkelson) Sieben, and big brother to William, Ellie and Alexander.
Sam was such a blessing to Daryl and Bonnie to start their family. He was instantly loved by everyone he met, young and old alike. Sam really loved young children, he was a tremend ...
October 24, 1933 - - November 30, 2017
Norbert Leibel was born on October 24, 1933 to Valentine and Anastasia Leibel of Denzil, Saskatchewan. He was the eldest of 14 children.
Growing up in a family of 14 wasn’t always easy, but there was always an abundance of love to go around and the attitude was always the more the merrier.
After graduating from Denzil High School, Norbert obtained his Teaching Certificat ...
October 28, 1922 - - November 22, 2017
Helena was born October 28, 1922 in her family farmhouse 4 miles east of Denzil, Saskatchewan, the youngest of 12 children. She was raised with strong morals and values which she lived by throughout her 95 years.
She obtained her Grade XII Diploma at Denzil High School before attending the Saskatoon Technical Institute taking business courses. She was working at the Creamery ...
July 15, 1923 - - November 22, 2017
Olga was born on July 15, 1923 in Edmonton, Alberta to Steven and Tilly Dankowich, she was one of six girls and two boys born to the family. At the age of 18, Olga moved to Ontario to stay with her sister Kay, joining the war effort working in an ammunition plant. After the war ended, Olga moved back to Edmonton to work at Burns Meat Packing plant.
At a dance sponsored by Swif ...