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Russell Doyle Armstrong, age 68, died at the home of Mrs. Neida Armstrong of 3 — Empress St, Regina. Predeceased by one infant son, Mr. Armstrong resided in Lockwood District before retiring to Regina. Interment in Lockwood Cemetery. It is with deep regret and sadness that the family of Bertha Assman announces her passing on March 31st,at Central Parkland Lodge where she passed away peacefully.
She attended school in Lockwood as well as helping out on the family farm. On March 20,Bertha married John Assman. Their marriage was blessed with seven children. While raising the children and Saskatchewan married chat lines alongside her husband on the farm, Bertha also made time to be an active member of the Prairie Rose Homemaker Club.
They farmed near Lockwood for many years and remained on the farm well into their retirement years. Bertha was a dedicated homemaker, mother and grandmother who enjoyed spending time with her numerous grandchildren. Her way of always putting other people ahead of herself endeared her to many. She was very talented at knitting, crocheting and quilting and spent hours working at it.
The weekly van trips uptown were a favourite outing. Bertha was predeceased by her husband John, parents, brothers Alex and Edward, sisters Mary and Lydia. Officiating the service was Pastor Emily Toews. The pianist was Gudrun Blackport.
The register attendant was Margaret Weiss. All of her family and friends were her Honourary Pallbearers. A private family interment was held at the Lockwood Cemetery. He farmed in the Haliburton district east of Lockwood for over seventy years until his retirement in He was well known for his cheerful personality, always willing to help.
He was involved in all facets of community life and he was especially remembered for music. He was married January 17, and is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Lynch Marion of Lockwood, Mrs. Romuld Norma of Saskatoon, one sister, Mrs. He was predeceased his wife, Estella inhis parents and two brothers.
Interment Lockwood cemetery. Lunch was served by the Ladies in Lockwood Hall. Predeceased by her husband, Joe; she is survived by two sons and one daughter: David Iddiols and wife Jill of Beaver Lodge, Alberta; Roger and wife, Eleanor of Colonsay; and Wendy Hemmingway and husband Hugh of Yorkton, also 8 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral service on Monday, May 31, at p. Interment to follow in Lockwood Cemetery, Rev.
Hugh McGregor officiating clergy. His father originally came from the Alexander, Manitoba area and homesteaded in the Lockwood area. Bill worked hard with horses while farming; but also enjoyed and took pride in having his horses look neat. He made sure they were done up fancy each time they went out.
His children, nieces and nephews enjoyed helping him and playing with the fun things found in animals. Bill attended Haliburton and Kutawagan rural schools. During his farming life, Bill went through many changes; from horse and buggy to modern day technology. Bill married Ada Adamson inwho taught at Haliburton.
It is said he was a very busy, hard working man but did have time for courting, dancing and playing cards. His children and grandchildren were very dear to him, and he was very happy and delighted to see them whenever they visited him. He spent the last six years at Central Parkland Lodge. Bill will be remembered as a caring, generous, helpful man. He will be missed by all his family and friends. She married W. They moved to Calgary in and then to the Mountview Lodge in Olds in Bish predeceased her in In the last year of her life, Beulah enjoyed a special friendship with Tessa, Justin, Sara and Jackie.
She will be lovingly remembered by her two daughters and sons-in-law, Margaret and Gerry Jacques, and Louise and Norman Warthe; as well as by seven grandchildren and sixteen great-grandchildren. Edna passed away on August 1, after a brief but courageous battle with cancer. She attended school in the Kilmory school district and later in Watrous. After finishing school, she worked for a family in the area and also clerked at the MacLeods Store in Watrous. In she married Neil MacKenzie Jr. They were blessed with three children, Charlene, James and Lori-Ann.
Neil passed away suddenly in Novemberleaving Edna to raise three small children.
She continued to run the family farm with help from her brother Newt until her retirement. Edna married John Blackport in and they resided on the farm until the summer ofwhen they retired and moved to Nokomis. Sadly, John passed away in Edna decided to move to Invermay in to be closer to family.
She resided there in her own home until her passing. Edna found much happiness in her children, grandchildren and greatgrandchildren and loved listening to all their exciting news. She was an avid seamstress, making clothes and quilts for all her loved ones. She had great times with the Between Friends Quilting Guild as well as her new quilting friends in Invermay.
Photography was another passion. If it bloomed and was green she could grow it. Her love of flowers was legendary and her yard was enjoyed not only by herself, but by many who passed by her home. She had many feathered and four footed friends as well. Birds and squirrels were among her favourites and she always kept her bird and squirrel feeders filled with special treats for them.
Edna had a strong sense of community, volunteering her time and energy to those causes she held near and dear. She has supported the Terry Fox Run for the last 31 years, donated to TeleMiracle since its inception and faithfully attended Remembrance Day Services, laying wreaths in honour of family members who served. Edna was predeceased by her first husband Neil MacKenzie Jr. The funeral service and interment were held Aug 5, at Lockwood. He attended Howart School to grade 8. He was a cat-operator, keeping runways open for transport planes delivering supplies.
He was discharged in He then took up farming, buying land from Dunc Meikle in In he bought a crawler tractor and a gravel truck and started gravelling ro and digging basements as well. They lived on her farm with John working both places. John and Edna retired from farming inalthough they continued to live on the farm until when they bought a house in Nokomis and moved into town. John was an active member of the Canadian Legion for 50 years, first in Lockwood and then in Nokomis.
He rarely missed a meeting and spent many hours with his family, reminiscing about his years in the R. John enjoyed watching his grandchildren playing and growing up. He was always asking his daughters about them, wanting to know what they were doing.
He also enjoyed traveling in the motorhome. Inshe immigrated with her parents, two brothers and one sister to Kansas, U. At an early age she started working out, for people in her home district. A year later they started farming west of Lockwood, moving to the Howat district, east of Lockwood in Mary knew what it was like to live through the dirty thirties, but never really went hungry because she grew a big garden, raised chickens, milked cows, churned butter and sewed clothes for her family.
She was well known as an excellent cook and an immaculate housekeeper. Mary was a founding member of the Prairie Rose Homemakers now W. She also received the honour of Life Membership. The of her many years and dedicated work on the Lockwood Cemetery Committee, remains visible today. Mary was a great seamstress, making her dresses, many quilts and gifts.
She loved crocheting — making doilies, cushion tops and afghans; she also liked to read and did so until about to when arthritis crippled her hands and her eye sight got bad. Saskatchewan married chat lines always remembered special days like birthdays of her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Mary was widowed on March 2,but continued to live on the farm with two of her sons Ralph and Richard until going to the Nokomis Health Centre on March 29, She had always been very independent.
Daughter Katherine, sons Ralph and Richard. Sister-in-law Lydia Fischer of Kenosha, Wisconsin; 12 great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Henry H. Funk officiating. The organist was Choiceland Kline. Special music was presented by the Male Quartet accompanied by Mary Schmidt.
Ushers were Doug Bartel and Bob Hamilton. William Blackport was born on June 7th, He was the second son of Jacob and Mary Blackport of Lockwood. He attended Howat School for eight years. His years of experience working for local farmers and the Government Experimental Farm prepared him for his career as a farmer. One winter was spent working days at a warehouse and nights at a Sudbury Nickel Mine to finance his first tractor. Among his other accomplishments was his skill as a craftsman, having built his own farm buildings and homes.
Bill enjoyed travelling, hunting, fishing and Square Dancing. Through these activities and his work he formed many friendships which he treasured. In he married Gudrun Reykdal of Dafoe. They farmed together east of Lockwood until when they moved to Lanigan. They had two children, Douglas and Maureen. His family was important to him and in recent years his grandchildren were a special part of his life.
Bill died January 2nd, following a determined fight against cancer. He was predeceased by his father Jacob in Interment was in Lockwood Cemetery. The family was supported by their family members and many friends who ed them in their farewell to their loved one. The death occurred early, on Wednesday morning, Feb 21, of Mr. Welland Bolger.Choiceland, Saskatchewan married chat lines
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