Mary Fehr
Mary met her future husband John Fehr, in 1953, in front of a Saskatoon department store window while listening to the 1952 Patti Page song, “How Much is that Doggy in the Window”. They fell in love at first bark.   Read more...
Yukihiro Sakaeda
Joe was a very proud, but humble man, always thinking of how he could put others before himself. He was highly respected and loved by all who knew him.   Read more...
John Darwin Majkot
Although John also had his private pilot's license, his passion was with model trains that began when he was a young child. His collection of model trains is unsurpassed.   Read more...
Harvey Issler
Harvey was unique and precious with a kind and gentle soul. He loved cats, music and a good laugh.   Read more...
Maud Elizabeth Bund
Maud particularly loved the serenity of camping in the Rocky mountains. In more recent years, she enjoyed communicating with family and friends around the world via email and Facebook.   Read more...
Laura Ryan-Walsh
Known for living life to the fullest, Laura loved to be with family and friends the most: from her legendary Christmas Eve soirées, to the family supper table, everyone was always welcome.   Read more...
Kaden Sean Abelson
Kaden loved his family and friends to which he gave his love freely. Kaden lived each day to the fullest and truly had an amazing life.   Read more...
Beulah Ella Marshall
Bea could strike up a conversation with just about anyone, about anything. Her laugh was infectious and she played a mean game of crib. Most notably, she was strong, quick witted and kind hearted.   Read more...
Violet Evelyn McLachlan
Violet and Kenneth enjoyed a rich, but short, life together with family, travelling around Alberta and going to rodeos and gymkhanas.   Read more...
Clifford John Thomas
To his credit, Cliff had many strong values with family being his most cherished asset. He enjoyed scores of long weekends at his cabin in BC with his family and friends where he loved to golf and got his only hole in one! Cliff was a man of integrity and always thought about what he could do for others before himself.   Read more...
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