Hay­ward, PAULINE

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Passed away peace­fully on Satur­day, June 16th, 2012 at the moose Jaw Union Hos­pi­tal. Pauline, beloved wife of Ge­of­frey for over 61 years, pre­de­ceased by her son roy (1988). Lov­ing mother of Paula La­Fontaine of regina, SK, doug (dee LeCerf) of Salmon arm, BC, ron (denise Vanameron­gen) of Cran­brook, BC, Nor­man (Jan­ice) of Elk­ford, BC. Her mem­ory will be cher­ished by her 14 grand­chil­dren and many great-grand­chil­dren. She will be fondly re­mem­bered by her sis­ter Terry Nagy and broth­ers Paul Leblanc and Claude Leblanc. Pauline was born on a farm near dom­remy, SK, to Emil and Lil­lian Leblanc on au­gust 26th, 1932. She was the sec­ond of 5 chil­dren. She grew up work­ing in her mother’s gen­eral store in Kil­win­ning, SK, and cap­ti­vated the heart of her soul mate Ge­of­frey Hay­ward at a Satur­day night dance. The cou­ple was mar­ried in Prince al­bert, SK, on Oc­to­ber 25th, 1950, and af­ter a 5 month hon­ey­moon in Vic­to­ria, BC, be­gan their fam­ily on Ge­of­frey’s fa­ther’s farm. They farmed to­gether for a few years be­fore mov­ing to moose Jaw in 1956 where Ge­of­frey worked for the CPr and Pauline be­gan a rich and re­ward­ing ca­reer work­ing as a nurse’s aid at St. an­thony’s Home, where her skills as a seam­stress and di­etary aid were also uti­lized. af­ter 38 years of dili­gent ser­vice, she re­tired in 1995. She en­joyed pho­tog­ra­phy and trav­el­ing to be with fam­ily and spend­ing many evenings play­ing card games with friends, but she will be re­mem­bered by most as the fam­ily host­ess, as she so loved to ac­com­mo­date friends and fam­ily mem­bers when they were trav­el­ing to or through moose Jaw. Friends and fam­ily were in­vited to a Ser­vice of re­mem­brance at 1:00 p.m. on Satur­day, June 23rd 2012 at Parkview Fu­neral Chapel with the rev. John Car­ley of­fi­ci­at­ing. Blair Scott & Kelly Cameron, Fu­neral di­rec­tors. (306) 694-5500. Please sign our on­line book of con­do­lences at www.parkview­fu­ner­alchapel.ca

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