The Southwest Booster : 2019-02-14
MARKET PLACE : 19 : 19
BOOSTERX SOUTHWEST 19 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2019 Emily, eight great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Dale was predeceased by his parents, Charles and Janie, Maxine, his brother Vic and his sister June, his sister-in-law Eunice, brother-in-law Bob and his grandson Tyson. Dale was born on March 6, 1932 on the farm south of Ponteix, Sask. He married Maxine in 1955 and they farmed 23 miles south of Ponteix, Sask. where they raised 5 children. In 1977 they sold the farm and moved to Swift Current, Sask. They later moved to Vanguard, Sask. and then Dad moved on to Shaunavon, Sask. In 1995 Dale moved to the Diamond Willow Lodge in Magrath,alberta. In his later years Dale enjoyed spending time with his family, loved to go for long walks, going out for coffee, drives to the Mcintyre Ranch, watching rodeos and wrestling on T.V. and doing word search puzzles. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends. If so desired a donation can be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Thank you to Martin Bros. Funeral Home in Lethbridge, Alberta and to Warren's Funeral Home in Swift Current, Sask. A special thanks to his friends at the Diamond Willow Lodge in Magrath, Alberta. School, and worked beside Ken as a PFRA pasture manager's wife at Swift Current/webb PFRA. She was also a photographer at CCA and CPRA rodeos. Marg was very involved in her community, belonging to and volunteering for many organizations. She was a Swift Current Bronco Hockey Hound, and volunteered at the Pioneer Lodge (Alzheimer ward) and at the Care Centre. She was the 1961 Champion Barrel Racer for the Saskatchewan Girls Barrel Racing Association, riding Yankee Joe, and she was a Canadian Cowboys Association Gold Card Member. In her spare time there was much that interested Marg: growing beautiful flowers, loving horses, dogs and cats, and going swimming. She played music with Ken for their own entertainment and for friends. Photography started as a hobby and became a passion as she captured rodeos, brandings, flowers and animals with her camera. Marg loved entertaining and sharing meals with family and friends. Donations in Marg's memory may be made to the Renal Dialysis Satellite Program - Cypress Regional Hospital, c/o Dr. Noble Irwin Healthcare Foundation Inc., 2051 Saskatchewan Drive, Swift Current SK S9H 0X6, or to the Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan, 301, 2550 - 12th Avenue, Regina SK S4P 3X1. Warren's Funeral Home was entrusted with the arrangements. For further information, call 306-773-8831 or visit our website at www.warrensfuneralhome.com and express your sympathy to family members in our book of condolences. COBBE Margaret I. Cobbe, age 81 of Swift Current SK, passed away January 29, 2019 at Cypress House. The memorial service was held at 1:30 p.m. on February 15, 2019 at Cypress House, Swift Current. Reader was Bill Millar, special music was provided by Lisa Kornfeld and the eulogy was read by Isabel Millar. The urn bearers were Sherry Day and Sherry Quam. The interment service was held at Memory Gardens Cemetery. Honorary pallbearers included all her family and friends. Marg is survived by her sistersin-law, Dean Cobbe and Hazel Ruzicka, as well as many nephews, nieces and friends. Marg was predeceased by her husband, Ken Cobbe, parents, parentsin-law, and siblings, John Millar and Grace Kane. Marg was born on October 16, 1937 in Rapid City, MB. She attended school at Rapid City and Teacher's College at Brandon. A milestone in her life was being married to Kenneth Cobbe for 53 years, married on July 8, 1957. Marg was employed as a school teacher at Yankee Ridge HOWEY-WILLIS "Dale" Howey passed away at the age of 86 at the Diamond Willow Lodge in Magrath,alberta on Feb.1,2019. Dale is survived by his sister Velma Sutherland, his brother Ken Howey(donna) , his children Ross Howey (Tammy), Karen (Blaine) Heebner, Wanda(morris) Jones, Loreen (Leo) Beauchamp, Vicki Howey(clint), his grandchildren Clinton (great grandson Jackson), Dustin (Kaylee), Dallas, Ryan, Chelsea, Kaitlin, Brett, Amanda, Kristyna, Brennan and dropped deeper and deeper into selfdoubt and criticism. We believed that he would beat it, but addiction stalked him and stole him away. We would have done anything to have him back, but this disease would not let him go. We are grateful that when he lost his fight and died from suicide, he was safe at home and near his family. Jay is survived by his sons, Zane and Jarvis; his mother Coralie Brodie; his father Harold Brodie and Harold's partner Leona Mcnabb; his girlfriend Mandy Massini and her daughter Amirah, fondly called Meems by Jay; his sister Feona Brodie Sorenson, her husband Matt Sorenson and their children Acacia, Caine and Mccoy; his sister Felechia Brodie, her son Indigo Brodie and her husband Ron Blackwell; his aunt Keitha Friesen; many cousins, and many other aunts and uncles, including the Perrys, Ramseys and Gillens. He is predeceased by his brother Travis, his much-loved maternal grandparents, Herb and Flora Couch, his uncles Ed Friesen, Jim Brodie, Kenneth and Howard Couch, his aunt Gloria Couch, and his paternal grandparents, Mary and Daniel Brodie. Thank you to everyone who joined us for the memorial service honouring Jay's life on November 12th in Gull Lake. Special thanks to Randy for the wonderful eulogy that captured Jay's honesty, humour and spirit, and to Reverend Chris Dowdeswell for leading a beautiful, hopeful service. If you are fighting depression or addiction, know that everyone who has lost someone to these diseases is cheering for you. There is help available. It is never too late. If you are reading this and making judgments, please educate yourself about these diseases, because that is what they are. Mental illness is as real as physical illness. The stigma around it only prevents people from getting the help they need. Addiction is not a choice or a weakness. Chances are you know someone who is struggling and needs your kindness and support. We take comfort in knowing that Jay is free from the darkness and the struggle that haunted him. We would have given anything for him to experience that freedom in this lifetime. Warren's Funeral Home was entrusted with the arrangements. For further information, call 306-773-8831 or visit our website at www.warrensfuneralhome.com and express your sympathy to family members in our book of condolences. his parents. Robert loved to travel. On a road trip with his son in 1996 they discovered the old convent in Val Marie. He restored the building, and in 1997 the family moved to Val Marie, where they opened and continue to operate The Convent Inn. Robert served as Mayor of Val Marie for several years. Some of Robert's hobbies included restorations (both cars and buildings), silversmithing, woodworking and gardening. He made beautiful jewellery and furniture, and restored many classic cars - including three 1966 Ford Mustangs - as well as several buildings. Robert will be greatly missed by his family and friends. With love from us all, Warren's Funeral Home was entrusted with the arrangements. For further information, call 306-773-8831 or visit our website at www.warrensfuneralhome.com and express your sympathy to family members in our book of condolences. BRODIE Jay
October 31, 1977 to November 2, 2018.
Jay was born on October 31, 1977, in Swift Current. He grew up on the family farm near Gull Lake and went to school in Gull Lake and Swift Current. He also lived in Calgary, Edmonton and Medicine Hat. Jay LOVED motorbikes from the time he was two years old and was always happy when he could be out on the road, on his bike. Jay could make any story funny. He had a big smile and sense of humour that drew people to him. He worked hard and his work took him all over Canada and the United States. He made friends from Oklahoma to Quebec City, and everywhere in between. He was good-natured and kind, sympathetic to anyone who was lonely or hurt. But Jay's big smile and even bigger laugh covered dark depression and anxiety. His heart was too big for this world. For years he selfmedicated. As his disease worsened, he stayed determined and warm. He could talk to anyone and get them laughing. When you were with him you were so glad to be there. We loved him as a son, brother, nephew, cousin, friend and father. Jay loved his family and friends too, but more than anything, he loved his boys, Zane, who was born in 2000 and Jarvis, who was born in 2010. He tried as hard as he could to stay clean and be a good dad. But he was trapped in the stigma around mental illness and addiction, reluctant to talk about it and unable to find successful treatment. He thought he should be able to beat addiction and depression with willpower. When he was unable to white-knuckle his way through, he DUCAN Robert A. Ducan, age 69 of Val Marie, SK, passed away on January 4, 2019 in Swift Current. He is survived by his wife, Mette, his two children, Kristine (her husband Matt) and Adam, a grandson, a sister, a brother, as well as his niece and nephews. He was predeceased by Finding When a family suffers loss, they are difficult times. But finding family comfort is within reach. Let us help you with the healing process. family comfort LEMIEUX FUNERAL HOME 125 1ST St. W.
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