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Carrie Eleanor Nixon, 82, of Moosomin, Saskatchewan, died peacefully with family at her side on November 13, 2014, at Regina General Hospital. Born September 11, 1932 to Robert and Maggie Fergusson in the Carnoustie District of Rocanville, Carrie grew up in a large, loving, musical family with five sisters and seven brothers. She always had man. . .
Marg passed away peacefully at the South East Integrated Care Centre after a strong and courageous battle with breast cancer. Marg was born in Regina to John and Margaret Kydd and she lived most of her childhood in Wolseley, graduating from high school in 1953. She went on to the RGH School of Nursing and graduated from there in 1956. Her f. . .
Margaret Ruth Szmutko was born April 19, 1934 in Moosomin, Saskatchewan to George and Erma (Begg) Whelpton. She was the second of three children. As she was born on her mother’s birthday, Ruth was quite the present for Grandma. Ruth, as she was called, grew up on the family farm just west of Moosomin. She received her education in Moosomin and g. . .
Our mom, Thérèse, died peacefully Friday, October 31, 2014 in her 73rd year. As she wished, Mom drew her last quiet breath in the serenity of her beautiful sunroom at home in Rocanville enveloped by the love and care of her family. Mom was born March 16, 1941, the second daughter and third child to John and Marian (Barnard) Perreault. She wa. . .
Rita Blackmore of Fort Saskatchewan, Alta. passed away Monday, November 3, 2014 in her 71st year after a courageous battle with cancer. Born November 28, 1943, in Antler, Sask. to Kathleen Ida (nee Hean) and Ralph Edward Peloquin, Rita was predeceased by two infant sisters, Jean Rose and Patricia Ann, and two brothers-in-law Herbert and Frank. . . .
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Joyce on Monday, November 3, 2014. She was predeceased by her parents Andy and Florence Tronrud; and siblings Alex, Dorothy and Tory. Joyce’s memory will be forever cherished by her husband Wally of 58 years; children James (Pam) and Jody; and grandchildren Ben and Katie. A funeral s. . .
On November 1, we said goodbye to Joy McIsaac (nee Edmonds), wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and avid bingo player. Joy (and her twin brother Roy) were the second youngest of seven children. She received her education at McNaught School and Maryfield High School. After graduation, she moved to Regina, and worked in the provinc. . .
Marguerite Jane Younger (nee Renwick) passed away peacefully on October 18, one month shy of her 104th birthday. Marguerite was born in Maryfield, Sask. and spent most of her life in Winnipeg working for the T-Eaton Company. After retirement, she relocated to Brandon, Man., then Virden, and for the last few years, at Elkwood Manor in Elkhorn, Ma. . .
Edith Greening passed away peacefully on September 30, 2014 in Moosomin, Sask. Edith was born on July 3, 1929 to Gabriel and Hulda Springer at Meeting Lake, Sask. The family moved to a farm at Rocanville in 1943. She married Max Greening on October 19, 1946 ,settling into a busy farm life at Rocanville for eight years before moving to Wapella. . .
Donelda “Donnie” was born in Antler, Saskatchewan on November 30, 1924, the second daughter of Arthur and Margaret Merrill. Bill and Donnie married on August 17, 1946. Together Bill and Donnie celebrated 65 years of marriage and raised two sons, Bob and Allen, in Maryfield. She taught at Prairie Bell School and during this time met and married . . .