December, 2016

GERVAIS: Charles

Charlie” Louis Gervais passed away peacefully with his family by his side in the Lloydminster Hospital, Lloydminster, Saskatchewan on their 51st Wedding Anniversary Sunday, November 27, 2016 at the age of 71 years.
Charlie is survived by: his loving wife of 51 years Elaine; his son, Richard (Nicky) and their children, Amber, Ty (Dekker), Joshua, Tanis, Shayleen and Blake; his daughter, Charlene (Blaine) and their children, Brittni (Michael) and Braden (Alisha); his son, Stewart (Maleishia) and their children, Ryker and Deacon; two great grandchildren, Charleigh and Rhemi; brothers and sisters: twin brother, Chester (Darlene), Vern (Denise), Marlene, Stanley (Diane), Bernice (Don), Ken (Delia), Louise (Martin), Greg (Jane), Sheila (Gord), Jim, Maureen (Russ); mother-in-law, Pearl Ross, sister-in-law, Audrey (Jamie), and brother-in-law, Ken (Brenda) as well as aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and numerous cousins.
Charlie was predeceased by: his parents, August and Mary Gervais; daughter, Colleen; father-in-law, Alex Ross and brother-in-law, Bruce McCloud.
The funeral service for Charlie was conducted from the Lloydminster Exhibition (Prairie Room) Lloydminster, Saskatchewan on Friday, December 2, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Paul DuVal officiating.
The eulogy was given by Warren McCloud.
Musicians were: Greg Gervais, Allan McCloud (Prince George, BC), Jamie, Mason and Aaron Davies (High Level, AB).
The honorary pallbearers were all who shared in Charlie’s life.
The active pallbearers were all of Charlie’s grandchildren: Amber, Ty, Joshua, Tanis, Shayleen, Blake, Brittni, Braden, Ryker and Deacon.
Donations in memory of Charlie may be made to Lori Craven Memorial, Royal Alex ( ICU) Edmonton or Lloydminster Regional Health Foundation.
McCaw Funeral Service Ltd., of Lloydminster, Alberta administered the funeral arrangements.
The family would like to give Special Thanks to: Dr. Sayeed (Lloydminster), Royal Alex ICU and Palliative Care Staff (Edmonton), Tremayne Lychak, Lloydminster Health Foundation, and WPD Ambulance Care, Rev. Paul DuVal, Glenn McCaw, the Hohne Family, the Pallbearers: Amber, Ty, Brittni, Joshua, Tanis, Braden, Shayleen, Blake, Ryker and Deacon, you are all Grandpa’s Pride and Joy. Our outstanding eulogist, Warren McCloud, sincere readers: Lisa Weighill and Ken Gervais. Brittni Jezowski, Cody Mazerolle and Jayde Maier for the beautiful Powerpoint. Priceless Bakers: Bonnie McCloud and Bonnie Toporowski. Ladies of the Moose Lodge for the lovely lunch. To the many people who brought delicious food, visitors, gave flowers, monetary donations, cards, the phone calls, messages, and family who traveled many miles, you all warmed our hearts. McCaw Funeral Home for going above and beyond in our time of mourning. Talented musicians, Greg Gervais, Allan McCloud, Jamie, Mason and Aaron Davies, we know how hard this was for you. Dad loved listening to you all.
Grandpa was a generous, humble, hardworking man. He loved his family, music and to laugh. He will be extremely missed.
Love You Grandpa

God Saw Him
Getting Tired,
And A Cure Was Not to Be
So He Put His Arms
Around Him and
Whispered “Come To Me”
With Tearful Eyes
We Watched Him Suffer,
And Saw Him Slowly
Fade Away.
Although We LovedHim Dearly,
We Could Not makeHim Stay
A Golden Heart Stopped Beating,
Hard Working Hands to Rest,
God Broke Our Hearts
To Prove To Us,
He Only Takes The Best.
Richard & Nicky,
Charlene & Blaine,
Stu & Maleisha
and families

FRANKE: G.J. Arlee Franke

passed away at the Lloydminster Hospital, Lloydminster, Saskatchewan on Wednesday, December 7, 2016 at the age of 73 years.
Arlee leaves to cherish her memory: her children, Lori Jezowski, Rick Franke and Kevin (Karen) Franke; her grandchildren, Dallas, Derek (Ashley), Brody (Sage), Mikayla (Ty), Rawson, Raecine (Taylor) and Devon (Dallis); and one great grandchild on the way, Briar Arlee; her siblings: Connie (Maurice) Melynchuk, Ross (Hilda) Shaw and Lynn Beaupre; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Arlee was predeceased by her loving husband, Virgil Henry Franke; her parents, James and Elma Shaw and brother-in-law, Ray Beaupre.
The memorial service for Arlee was conducted from McCaw Funeral Chapel, Lloydminster, Alberta on Saturday, December 17, 2016 at 11:00 am with Joyce Dickson officiating.
Urn bearers were Lori Jezowski, Rick Franke and Kevin Franke.
The reception was held at the Lloydminster Legion, Lloydminster, Saskatchewan.
Donations in memory of Arlee may be made to the Lloydminster Legion #39, 4509 - 49 Avenue, Lloydminster, SK S9V 0H9.
The family wish to thank all the emergency personnel and medical staff of the Lloydminster hospital and Joel McCaw and McCaw Funeral Services.  A huge thank you to all family and friends for the calls, cards and flowers.  A special thank you to Dallas Jezowski for the slideshow presentation of Arlee’s life, to Raecine Franke and Brody Jezowski for the reading of the eulogy.  Thanks to the Legion for the use of the hall and providing the lunch.

Thomas Edward Maurice Smith (Tim)

May 30, 1926 to December 12, 2016

It is with deep sadness that the family of Tim Smith, announce his passing.
Predeceased by his wife, Margaret, his siblings, Blanche Wilkes, Robert Smith, and W Herbert Smith; he leaves to mourn, his four children; Sherry Holtet of Edmonton, AB, Merrilee Buss (Cliff) of Salmon Arm, BC, Kevin Smith (Eleanor) of Penticton, and Trudy Smith of Edmonton, AB.; eight grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren.
Born and raised on the farm south of Lloydminster, Sask., Tim left home at 15 years of age to work as farm help during WWII. He and Mom were married in Lloyd, in 1950, and made their first home in Leduc, Alberta. The family moved to Penticton in spring of 1957. Tim worked as a carpenter, and apiarist (beekeeper and honey producer); loved hunting and fishing and the great outdoors.
A Celebration of Life, and spreading of ashes to take place at a later date.
Memorial donations in Tim’s honour, may be made to the SPCA, or charity of one’s choice.
Condolences may be shared by visiting


Laura “Pat” Patricia Amundrud passed away at the Dr. Cooke Extended Care Auxiliary, Lloydminster, Alberta on November 29, 2016 at the age of 95 years.
Pat is lovingly remembered by her children; Noreen (Darryl) Carter, Arnold (Karen) Amundrud, Arlene (Pat) Germsheid and Ronald (Karen) Amundrud. Her Grandchildren: Rhonda (Ron) Webber and their children Nicole and Ashley Webber, Lauri Carter and her children Portia and Tianna Morrison, Paul (Jennifer) Amundrud and their children Levi, Micaela, Ashleigh, Anton and Kadence Amundrud, Arlin (Sandy) Amundrud and their children Anson and Erica Amundrud, Karna Germsheid and her son Maxwell Eaton, Mikle (Kyle) Carter Bidewell and their children Dustin, Veya, Adeley, Ole and Lloy Carter Bidewell, Ryan (Trina) Amundrud and their children Hayden, Reid and Emelyn Amundrud, Rees (Keri) Germsheid and their children Brodi and Ruby Germsheid, and Kyle (Brittney) Germsheid. Her sister-in-law Agnes Amundrud, and Special niece Georgina Hollman, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
Pat was predeceased by her husband, Ole Amundrud, her parents Beulah and Wilson Halpenny, her brothers George and Lawrence Halpenny and her great grandchildren Karys and Kalyb Carter-Bidewell.
A Celebration of Life for Pat was held December 3, 2016 at the First Lutheran Church in Lloydminster with Reverend John Haycock officiating.
Our family would like to thank the wonderful staff at the Dr. Cooke Extended Care Facility for all their care over the past years. We would like to thank Reverend John Haycock for officiating the service. Thank you to the Nurses Honor Guard for their presence as our Honorary Pallbearers. When Pat graduated from Lamont Nursing School in 1944 – her and her fellow classmates started a class letter sharing their families and stories with each other. This letter continued for 60 years! Pat loved collecting eggcups and everyone who came to the service was given a choice of eggcups to remember Pat by.
We want to thank Karna Germsheid for her entertaining eulogy of Pat. Daryl Amundrud gave us the gift of his music singing Amazing Grace, Hallelujah and Precious Lord Take My Hand. We want to thank Lauri Carter for all the work that went into a beautiful video of Pat’s life. We want to thank Rhonda Webber for the historic family puzzle. Thank you to the ladies for the First Lutheran Church for providing lunch. We want to thank everyone who sent condolences, flowers, food and donations in memory of Pat. Donations in honor of Pat can be given to The Dr. Cooke Extended Care or to the Lloydminster Hospital Cancer Unit. Thank you to Brett and the McCaw Funeral Service for their guidance during this time.
Noreen & Darryl Carter and families
Arnold & Karen Amundrud and families
Arlene & Patrick Germsheid and families
Ronald & Karen Amundrud and familes

Harold Roy Hauer

Harold Roy Hauer passed away at Lloydminster, Alberta on Wednesday, November 30, 2016 at the age of 83 years.
Harold is survived by: his wife, Gertie Hauer; three children: Pam (Brent) Sattler, Carrie (Lee) Herle, Daryl (Kimberly) Hauer; seven grandchildren: Kyle (Bailey) Sattler, Kelvin (Jenna) Sattler, Shelby and Monica Herle, Melissa, Sara and Keira Hauer; twin brother: Harvey (Kathleen) Hauer; sister: Marian Watson (friend Mel Smith); brother: Vernon (Charlotte) Hauer; and numerous nieces and nephews.
The funeral service for Harold was conducted from the Wild Rose Pavilion, Lloydminster, Saskatchewan Monday, December 5, 2016 at 11:00 am with Pastor Lee Patmore officiating.
The eulogy was given by Pam Sattler.
The hymns sung were The Old Rugged Cross and Bringing In The Sheaves accompanied by pianist, Donna Weston.
The active pallbearers were Daryl Hauer, Brent Sattler, Lee Herle, Kyle Sattler, Kelvin Sattler,
Gerald Hauer and John Hauer.
Donations in memory of Harold can be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation or Charity of choice.
McCaw Funeral Service Ltd., of Lloydminster, Alberta administered the funeral arrangements.
The Hauer family wish to thank the ambulance attendants, McCaw’s staff (especially Joel), Pastor Lee Patmore for officiating, the organist Donna Weston, the exhibition staff for the lovely lunch and the setting up of chairs, for the cards, flowers and all the food brought to the house.  Also, thank you Pam for the eulogy and all the family for the support received at this time.
Gertie, Pam, Brent
and family
Carrie, Lee and family
Daryl, Kim and family

Randy Gerald Pike

PIKE: Randy Gerald Pike passed away near Waseca, Saskatchewan, on November 9th, 2016 at the age of 65 years.
Randy will be greatly missed by his family: his Mom Lois; siblings: Keith (Debbie) Pike, Kevin (Yvonne) Pike, Melanie (Morris) Freeston, eight nephew and nieces: Brett (Val) Pike, Melissa (Shawn) Klisowsky, Serise Pike (Nelson De Almeida), Maxine (Jordi) Johner, Angela (Richard) Perkins, Tara (Jim) Pierce, Lanelle Freeston, Chandra (Bryan) Fischer and 18 great nieces and nephews.
Randy was predeceased by his father, Gerald Pike and by his grandparents, Everard and Winifred Pike and Cyril and Muriel Corker.
The memorial service for Randy was conducted from the Maidstone Legion Hall on November 16th, 2016 at 11:00 a.m., with the Reverend Jessie Pei officiating.
A slideshow presentation in celebration of Randy’s life was played before and after the service.
The eulogy was given by nephew-in-law, Richard Perkins.
The hymns sung were, In The Bulb There Is A Flower and The Lord’s My Shepherd accompanied by Eileen Evans on the piano.
The active pallbearers were nephew and nieces: Brett Pike, Melissa Klisowsky, Serise Pike, Maxine Johner, Angela Perkins, Tara Pierce, Lanelle Freeston, Chandra Fischer.
The honorary pallbearers were all those who shared in Randy’s life.
Good Morning, On behalf of the family and myself I would like to welcome you all here today to celebrate the life of Uncle Randy.  I would also like to extend our gratitude for the tremendous support our family has received in this difficult time and for those who were not able to attend but offered their condolences.  I am Richard Perkins, I married Uncle Randy’s niece Angie.
Uncle Randy and I hit it off when I first entered the Pike family because we spoke the same language… sports. We curled a number of years in the Lashburn bonspiel together on a family team.  In one particular A final game we made it to, the game was tight and Uncle Randy had a difficult shot.  After many minutes of deliberation, Uncle Randy had called his shot.  He headed to the hack and got ready to shoot, then stood back up and I knew we were in trouble as he came all the way back down the ice.  After more minutes of deliberation, he decided on the same shot.  Unfortunately, he ended up missing the shot and me not having the patience that uncle Randy possessed, I threw my slider across the rink.  Funny thing though we ended up winning the game and Uncle Randy made the final shot to win. It was like he had his strategy. It was supposed to be.  Not only did he possess strategy, he had the skills to back it up.  Uncle Randy was humble in victory. He would always find a way to keep the game close, interesting and fun.
Randy Gerald Pike was born in Maidstone, Saskatchewan on September 7th, 1951.  He was the first child of four, born to Gerald and Lois Pike.  Keith, Kevin and Melanie followed. Gran often spoke highly of how helpful Uncle Randy was with chores and as a big brother.  One time while helping with the laundry, putting the clothes through the ringer, Uncle Randy must not have let go of the clothes he was putting through because the next thing Gran knew Uncle’s arm was stuck in the ringer.  He was dedicated to his baby sister as when his other two brothers were off causing trouble, Randy would be pulling Melanie in the sleigh or just playing with her outside, keeping her out of Gran’s hair.
He attended school at Forest Bank and transferred to Maidstone when the school closed in Grade 6. During his high school years, Randy was involved in all sports… curling, baseball and soccer.  He played hockey for a short while.  He possessed skill in all of the sports he played, but above all Uncle always was a courteous team member and his sportsmanship was impeccable.  Uncle Randy graduated from Maidstone High School and from there he worked at Nelson Lumber, building modular homes.  He found this job very boring and his next adventure led him to the Waseca Credit Union where his heart was… with numbers.  At this time, Randy’s family grew by three, his sisters-in-law and brother-in-law, Debbie, Yvonne and Morris, which he considered his own sisters and brother. Uncle Randy worked there for some 12 years and then decided to head back to the family farm. As the farm began to grow, Grandad and Uncle Randy found the need for extra hands. Uncle Keith joined the team on the farm in 1986. I know that Uncle Randy loved working with his Dad and his brothers. Although Kevin was not full time on the farm, he spent many nights after work helping with harvest. It was always a family event. Randy had so many jobs on the farm. He was the chief trucker and did many hours of swathing.  As the farm grew and technology advanced, Randy’s jobs on the farm grew as well. He was the weatherman, grain tester and the commodities “manager to the extreme - maybe even to the point of pushing Uncle Keith’s last button.” His honesty was a trait that shone through. When doing the books and balancing accounts for the farm, he was the first to write a cheque to pay back if the farm was overpaid. The books had to be balanced.
Uncle Randy worked hard, but never lost sight of his love of sports.  His favorite summer sport was baseball. His first ball team was with the Waseca Legion, which his Dad coached.  After his minor ball years, he joined the Standard Hill Lakers team where he played for a number of years, until he and Keith left and played with the Lloydminster Travel Lodge Bears. The Travel Lodge Bears was a fastball team that he played with for 10 years.  He enjoyed playing third base with this team and was known for his quick hands and never rushing a play. After this they played with Endiem. At the age of 35, he found himself back with the Standard Hill Lakers Old-timers team, where he continued to play for another 25 plus years.  On this team he had the opportunity to play again with his brothers, many cousins, nephews and two nephews-in-law. I had the pleasure of sharing a year of old-timers ball with Uncle Randy.  I had played against him in years previous playing young lakers against old-timers at the Standard Hill Lakers tournament.  One game at an old-timers ball tournament in Melfort, Uncle Randy was up to bat with two out and runners on base. Wouldn’t you know it, Uncle cracked the ball over the left field fence to win the game. I was not at this particular game and don’t know the specifics, but have heard about it many times as he was the hero that day, not that you would ever have heard that from him.
Winter found Uncle Randy on the curling ice. Believe it or not his love of curling began in the Waseca curling rink. He was a natural from the first rock he threw.  He did various bonspiels and even had a shot at provincials one year for sure. He enjoyed curling with his brothers on a family team and took part in the Farmers Bonspiel in Lloydminster every year.  He represented Saskatchewan when he curled with the Foresters Dominion curling in Oshawa and another year, played for Quebec when they ended up short a player.  He curled in Waseca, Maidstone, the Super League in Lloydminster, and found himself at home with the Lashburn curling club.  Uncle Randy loved the game and when he wasn’t on the ice himself he was watching the game on TV or traveling to the Brier to enjoy the action. Aside from good curling, he also would take the time to come to the rink and support his own nieces and nephews’ attempt the game.  He would find his way to the rink any time there was a bonspiel on in town to support.
Later Uncle Randy found another sport to excel in - bowling. He had a quiet, soft delivery that worked perfectly for him and you would always find his scores on the board.  I remember bragging to Uncle Randy about the score I had accomplished in one game and then having him trump me with his 401 single and 919 triple… not that he told me that, but he did wave the score sheet in my face just to shut me up. That was his and my relationship. One story that was shared with the family was that Randy was fought over at Keranda Christmas parties when they bowled.  Any team that Randy was on was sure to win.
Uncle Randy was community minded and he volunteered many hours of his time. He was a member and treasurer for the Maidstone Museum, Secretary of the Waseca wheat pool for a number of years, and Waseca hall board member and treasurer for years. 
Uncle Randy was a family person and although he was quiet and never said much, he believed in keeping the family together.  You could guarantee that he would be at every function… birthdays, Christmas, Easter. It didn’t matter, he would be there.  When my kids found out about Uncle’s passing they were distressed by the thought of him not being at their birthday parties and who would give them their birthday card with the money taped in it.  And who would be Santa and pass the Christmas presents at our yearly Christmas party, as that was Uncle’s job.  Although Uncle didn’t have his own children, he involved himself by following his nieces and nephew in their sports and activities and in these past years watching the “great” nieces and nephews enjoy sports and activities. He loved watching and the kids loved that he came and took the time to be a part of their lives.  Aside from his immediate family, he found the time to go and watch his cousin’s kid’s activities as well.  After his father passed away in 2012, Randy, being the oldest, took on the responsibility to support and care for his mother. With a loving hand, Uncle Randy took a lot of pride and honor with this responsibility.  He truly loved family… all of his family.
We will always remember his quiet presence, his quick wit and that smug little smile we all know as he looked at us over his glasses.  Not many of the family doesn’t have a memory of Uncle losing his keys, or his wallet, locking his keys in his vehicle or misplacing his gloves or phone. He was honest and trustworthy. If you told him anything you would be guaranteed it would go no further. His memory was impeccable and he knew every family member’s birthday and many of the extended family’s birthdays as well.  If you needed any sports stats or numbers of any kind Uncle was your guy, he was math minded.  Uncle never had a bad word to say about anyone and always was a peacemaker. You would always find Uncle with his rubber boots with his Keranda hat on.  He was a gentle soul and he will be missed more then he would ever imagine.
We had some fun together. One time uncle and I attended an Eskimo game together.  When we got there, I headed to the washroom and Uncle headed to get beer.  When I came back I found him in the longest line with a short line just next to him. I asked him why don’t we go the other line, its shorter?  He smiled at me and said, “Look who’s serving the beer in this line!!” 
Life is going to be different around our house now… for us and my kids.  We will forever miss our visits through the fence, the kids running over for a short visit only to have me go over two hours later and find Uncle Randy and the kids playing ring toss.
It started off as a normal harvest this year, but after the unfortunate bad weather, we came together as a family doing whatever we could to get the harvest done and to lose Randy in the middle of it has been devastating to our family.  Uncle Randy was taken from us too soon, but he left us doing exactly what he loved… farming with his family.
The family would like to thank you for coming to this celebration of Uncle Randy’s life.  I would like to read you a poem that I feel sums up our family’s loss.
You showed us a lot of things, we learned a lot we didn’t know.  But you forgot to teach us one last thing….how to let you go.  We know you didn’t mean to leave us, sometimes we have no choice.  We will miss being your family, hearing our names called by your voice.  If God could grant us one last wish, we’d ask to say goodbye.  You always meant a lot to us, we could never love you less.  We know it’s true when they say, he only takes the best.
The interment for Randy was held in the Forest Bank Cemetery.
McCaw Funeral Service Ltd. of Lloydminster, Alberta administered the funeral arrangements.
The family has been completely overwhelmed by the tremendous support from our friends, family and the community.  Special thanks to those who visited, for the phone calls, those who brought food, gave flowers and donations in Randy’s memory.
Thank you to the emergency personnel for your support and professionalism in such a distressing time.
Thank you to Reverend Jessie Pei, pianist Eileen Evans and to Richard Perkins for the special eulogy.
Also thank you to the nephew and nieces for being pallbearers, and to the Lashburn Curling Club for setting out the lunch.
To the caring people of McCaw’s Funeral home – Thank you.
Keith & Debbie
Kevin &Yvonne; Melanie & Morris

Steven Butler

BUTLER:  Steven Butler of Loon Lake passed away on Monday, November 7, 2016 at the age of sixty-six years.
Steve was born on August 1, 1950 in Marshalltown, Iowa, to John and Anna Butler. He joined his big brother, Michael. He spent his youth in Marshalltown Community School System where he was involved in little league baseball, football, and was a champion swimmer. He also enjoyed duck hunting with Michael and Dad. In 1967, his daughter, Stephanie, was born. In 1968, he joined the U.S. Army and served his country in Vietnam where he was wounded. He returned to the States to recuperate, and then in 1970 he moved to Canada to follow his dream of hunting a moose out of his back door. With his beloved Queenie and Skitty, Steve turned a grainery into his home. Most of his comforts were provided by his neighbors, Emil and Louise Vogel.  Steve returned to Iowa to visit where he met and married his true love, Nancy. Steve, Nancy, and two year old Marc began their life in Whelan in 1973. In 1974, they started in the cattle business, coerced by their good friends, West Ludwig and Ron Waugh. Lone Spruce Outfitters was born in 1989, and Steve worked tirelessly to balance the ranch with the outfitting, and loved the camaraderie with the American clients. Steve and Nancy hosted Dogpatch Pig Roast for three years starting in 1980. People came from far and wide for this yearly shindig, good food, good music, and good friends. Steve enjoyed music, gunsmithing, woodworking and hunting. He displayed incredible love and patience for all children, especially his grandchildren, he adored them all! He was very tickled to become a great-grandpa. Steve had a great love for family. He loved get togethers with good food and could be called upon to compliment Nancy with “That’s Might Tasty!”
Steve is predeceased by:  his father, John Butler; his aunt, Mary Butler.
He is survived by:  his loving wife of 43 years, Nancy; his son, Marc; his daughter, Stephanie (Alan); his mother, Anna Butler; his brother, Michael Butler; his grandchildren and great grandchildren; and his nephews.
The celebration of Steve’s life was conducted from the Whelan Community Hall on November 16, 2016 at 2:00 pm with Derek Krilow officiating.  Reggie Smith and Zachary Smith-Butler were the urn bearers. Joel Butler, Marc Butler, Monty Dull, Dayna Harrison, Larry Kulyk, Elton Magee, Rodney Morton, Stanley Morton, Ryan Preece, Real Provencher, Michael Simard, Drew Stoddard, and Calvin Starnes were the honorary bearers. Jordan Bertrand and James Cubbon were the ushers, and Marc Butler read the eulogy. The Loon Lake Legion Branch #165 provided the honor guard.

We would like to thank all of our friends and neighbors for their caring and support during this difficult time.  Also, a special thank you to all of the staff at the Loon Lake Health Centre for your care and compassion. 

Nancy, Marc and Family

Roy W. Johns

1931 - 2016
Roy W. Johns went to be with his Lord on November 23, 2016.
Roy leaves to mourn his wife of 57 years, Joan. His son Paul W. Johns and two daughters Patti (Jim) Cloppert; their daughters Becky (Teghan) Ives and Jamie Cloppert. Peggy (Bill) Latchuk and their three children Amy (Kevin) Martell, Andrew (Tracey) Latchuk and Jessica Latchuk. He leaves two precious great grandchildren; Kendrick Martell and Kennedy Latchuk. His sister Betty (David) Ross and brother Allan Johns along with numerous family members and friends. Roy was predeceased by his parents Tom and Ruth Johns and great grandson Carter Ives.
Lloydminster was Roy’s lifetime home, he will be remembered for his work with the Kinsman Club, the Church, and his involvement in the community. At his request, there will be no funeral service, Roy has donated his body to science, a family prayer time was held on November 25, 2016. Roy’s helpful and loving spirit will long be remembered.
The family wishes to say a very sincere thank you for all your care and support. A memorial donation can be made to the Olive Tree or to a charity of your choice.

Kevin John Donald

December 20, 1985 to November 2, 2016

DONALD: Kevin John Donald was born Dec. 20, 1985 and passed away on Nov. 2, 2016.
He is lovingly missed by his family: spouse Crystal Carrier and their young daughters Natalie and Samantha, mother Sherry (Floyd) and father Cal wife Nola, brothers Jordan wife Kim and Scott wife Amanda, sister Dana, neice Anna and grandfathers John Davis and Gordon Donald, along with numerous Aunts, Uncles and cousins. He is predeceased by his grandmothers Geneva Davis and Eleanor Donald.
Kevin’s family would like to thank the following people: The First Responders, Maidstone Fire Dept and RCMP, Gerry Sielsky for the thoughtful eulogy, Cary Davis for reading remembrances, Lindsey Klassen for providing music prior to the service, Teralyn Maertz for helping with the slideshow, the United Church ladies for the lunch, and everyone who helped with the hall set up and cleanup. To the people who showed how much Kevin was in their thoughts by stopping by with food, flowers, and cards and to all who called and sent messages to the families, it was very much appreciated.
A huge thank you to everyone who made donations to the trust account for Natalie and Samantha, as well as donations at AG Foods for groceries for the family, and to McCaw Funeral Service for their help and guidance at this difficult time.
Crystal and the girls,
the Donald family and
the Davis Family