June 18th, 2021

May 29, 2021

By Destinee Mattson on May 29, 2021.

1928 – MABEL JALBERT – 2021

The family of Mabel Jalbert is saddened to announce her passing on Tuesday, May 25, 2021 at the age of 92 years. Mabel was born and grew up on the family farm at Glentworth in Saskatchewan. She is predeceased by her husband, Rollie, and survived by their four children and their families which include several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Mabel’s family would like to thank the staff at Southlands Masterpiece in Medicine Hat for the wonderful care provided to our mother in her later life and final days. Mabel’s final journey will take her back to Glentworth to rest beside her beloved husband at a future date. Memorial gifts in Mabel ‘s memory may be made to a charity of your choice. Condolences may be sent through http://www.saamis.com or to condolences@saamis.com subject heading Mabel Jalbert. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to

SAAMIS MEMORIAL FUNERAL CHAPEL CREMATORIUM & RECEPTION CENTRE, “The Chapel in the Park” #1 Dunmore Road SE, Medicine Hat, AB T1A 1Z5 (403)528-2599 http://www.saamis.com inquiry@saamis.com Locally owned and directed CGR Holdings Ltd.

 

 


 

1930 ~ RAYMOND A. GUNTHER ~ 2021

Raymond A. Gunther of Medicine Hat passed away on Thursday, May 20, 2021 at the age of 91 years, beloved husband of the late Diana Gunther. He leaves to cherish his memory two children and four grandchildren, Corey (Lana) Gunther and their children Olivia and Natalya; Crystal (Steve) Brooks and their children; Caitlin (Dakota), Bailey as well as brothers and sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents Ella (Smith) and William Gunther and his wife Diana on June 7, 2012. No funeral service will be held at this time. To e-mail an expression of sympathy, please direct it to: office@ pattisonfuneralhome.com subject heading: Raymond Gunther, or you may visit http://www.pattisonfuneralhome.com and leave a message of condolence.

Funeral Arrangements are by the PATTISON FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORIUM 540 South Railway St. SE, Medicine Hat T1A 4C2

 

 


 

1939 ~ CLARA WHITE ~ 2021

Clara Alma White (formerly Mueller) passed away on Thursday, May 27, 2021 at the age of 82 years, beloved wife of Everett White of Medicine Hat. She also leaves to cherish her memory Everett’s children, Cynthia Morgan (her children, Christina and Ashleigh), and Krista White; her sister, Gloria Kronebrusch; Everett’s siblings, Roy White, Sheila (Nerri) Bozac, Sr. Mary White, Rita White, and their families; one niece, Lorraine Teske (Scott Macdonald); three nephews, Calvin (Donna) Kronebusch, Todd Kronebusch (Cindy Henson), and Stacy Kronebusch, and their families; as well as numerous nieces and nephews in the Mueller family. She was predeceased by her first husband, Hans Mueller on April 23, 1994; her parents, Emma and Arthur Streich; three brothers; and her brother-in-law, Ralph Kronebusch. Clara Streich was born on Apirl 5, 1939 in Irvine and was raised in Medicine Hat. She married Hans Mueller and they remained in Medicine Hat until his passing in 1994. She met Everett at church in 1997 and they were married in 1999. She was able to remain in her home until her passing. During her working years she worked at several schools, and she enjoyed playing crib and bowling. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, a private funeral service will be held in the PATTISON CHAPEL on Tuesday, June, 1, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Lynn McKinnon officiating. Family and friends are invited to remotely attend the funeral service by going to youtube – search Pattison Funeral Home. The video will go live 10 minutes prior to service time. Interment will follow in the Hillside Cemetery. Those who wish to remember Clara with a donation, may do so to the Westminister United Church or a charity of your choice.

To e-mail an expression of sympathy, please direct it to: office@pattisonfuneral home.com subject heading: Clara White, or you may visit http://www.pattison funeralhome.com and leave a message of condolence.

Funeral Arrangements are by the PATTISON FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORIUM 540 South Railway St. SE, Medicine Hat T1A 4C2

 

 


 

1948 ~ DALE TARENCE STANLEY DIETERLE ~ 2021

 

Dale Dieterle, beloved husband of Karen of Burstall, Sask, passed away on Wednesday, May 26, 2021 at the Leader Hospital at the age of 72 years. Dale leaves to cherish his memory his mother, Edna of Leader, Sask; step-son, Kraig (Amanda) Wanner; grandchildren, Daymon and Kayla of Estevan, Sask; step-daughter, Kari-Lyn (Mackenzie) Kosolofski; granddaughter, Sophia of Burstall, Sask; 2 brothers, Eugene (Evelyn), Brad (Kathy) both of Burstall, Sask; sister, Lennette Glauser of Castlegar, BC; 3 brothers-in-law, Gerald (Carol) Garrioch of Thompson, Man, Donald (Lynda) Garrioch of Morinville, AB, Richard (Audrey) Garrioch of Estevan, Sask; sister-in-law, Velma Mann of Edmonton, AB; special aunt, Joyce Neigum of Medicine Hat, AB, as well as numerous nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews and cousins. Dale was predeceased by his precious daughter, Crystal; father, Clifford, father and mother-in-law, Raymond and Lillian Garrioch; brothers-in-law, Grant Mann and Bernard Garrioch; niece, Tricia Garrioch; nephews, Clinton Dieterle, Nicholas Mann and many aunts and uncles. Dale Tarence Stanley Dieterle was born November 30, 1948 at Leader, Sask. He was the 1st child of Clifford and Edna Dieterle. He received his education in Burstall, Sask. He started working in the construction industry in 1968. In May of 1973, Dale started working for TransCanada Pipelines at Burstall, Sask until he retired in 2003. Dale met Karen in 1994 through a personal ad in the Western Producer. They married on April 21, 1995 and recently celebrated their 26th anniversary. He often remarked that he never thought that he would get to be a father again and was so proud of Kraig and Kari-Lyn. Then the icing of the cake was when Daymon was born in 2000. He would follow Papa around and say, “Papa hammer” as papa was always fixing something. They would share muffins and gingerale, which Papa called “piss water” and Daymon would get such a kick out of that. When Kayla came along in 2003 he doted on her and let her fix his hair and watched cartoons with her. Papa would fall asleep while watching and they would laugh at his snoring. Then Sophia (Sopher the Gopher) or Soph, as Papa called her came along in 2015. This little girl was the light of his life and brought him much love and happiness. Dale enjoyed collecting and repairing antique radio’s and clocks. He also enjoyed woodworking and built many beautiful pieces of furniture including a grandfather clock. Dale was also mechanically inclined, having built a 1915 T-Bucket car and restored a 1930 Ford Model A car and a 1946 Chev half ton. Dale will be remembered as a talented and hardworking man, loving son, brother, husband and father, and papa who will be forever missed. A graveside service will be held at St. Paul’s Cemetery, Burstall, Sask, or as Sophia would say “the Jesus Park”, at a later date when we can gather together. Those wishing to pay their sympathy can do so with gifts to Burstall Community Hall, Burstall, Sask. Condolences may be sent to condolences@saamis.com subject heading Dale Dieterle. Funeral arrangements by

SAAMIS MEMORIAL FUNERAL CHAPEL CREMATORIUM & RECEPTION CENTRE, “The Chapel in the Park” #1 Dunmore Road SE, Medicine Hat, AB T1A 1Z5 (403)528-2599 http://www.saamis.com inquiry@saamis.com Locally owned and directed CGR Holdings Ltd.

 

 


 

1954 – BRIAN KRASSMAN – 2021

It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing of Brian Joseph Krassman on May 23, 2021. Brian passed away at the age of 67, surrounded by his family. He is survived by his high school sweetheart and the love of his life, Cynthia Krassman, whom he was married to for 43 years. He is lovingly remembered by his son, Damon Krassman; his daughter, Kyla (Seth) Buehler; and his grandchildren, Aubri Krassman, Carter Krassman, Kaiden Buehler, and Jase Buehler; sister, Bev Crawford and Loreta (Norman) Glass; as well as numerous nephews. Brian was predeceased by his father, Joseph Krassman and his mother, Betty Krassman. Brian was a kind, empathetic, hard working family man who would do anything for anyone. He began his career working with CP Rail but left that position when his children were young as he wanted more time at home to focus on his family. Brian then started a courier company which he grew into a very successful career that he worked at until he retired in 2019. Brian and Cynthia spent a lot of their time travelling, especially to Hawaii which was their second home. Brian loved to golf and spent much time on the course with his best friend of decades, Gary Heller. Brian was a helper, an encourager, and was the backbone of his small, tight knit family. Brian’s most rewarding accomplishment was being a father: He prided himself on being there for his children through every up and down and taught them the importance of family and enjoying every moment together. Brian’s grandchildren were his pride and joy and his closeness to each of them was a result of the time he spent with them all. Brian’s sense of humor was unmatched: his witty, quick responses could make anyone laugh, even in the toughest of situations. Brian’s legacy will live on through those who were lucky enough to know and love him. A celebration of Brian’s life will be announced when gathering restrictions are lifted. Donations greatly appreciated to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, 200, 119 – 14th Street NW, Calgary, AB T1A 7L5 Condolences may be sent through http://www.saamis.com or to condolences@saamis.com subject heading Brian Krassman. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to

SAAMIS MEMORIAL FUNERAL CHAPEL CREMATORIUM & RECEPTION CENTRE, “The Chapel in the Park” #1 Dunmore Road SE, Medicine Hat, AB T1A 1Z5 (403)528-2599 http://www.saamis.com inquiry@saamis.com Locally owned and directed CGR Holdings Ltd.

 

 


 

 

 


 

GEORGE DERKSEN

1946 – 2021

 

George passed away on Tuesday, May 25th, 2021, at the Medicine Hat Regional Hospital. He leaves to cherish his memory his loving wife, Mimi; two sons, Jeremy and Dillon (Bobbi) Derksen; three grandchildren, Caius, Micah and Liam; five brothers, Bill, Pete (Vi), Jake (Edna), John (Ikelina), Ben (Marianne); four sisters, Sue (Ernest) Friesen, Anna Derksen, Margaret (Geoff) Nickol and Agnes VanderWal; numerous nieces and nephews; many friends.

George was predeceased by his parents, Henry and Susana Derksen, both born in Blumenthal, Saskatchewan; three brothers, Henry, Dave and Abe; two sisters, Kay and Betty.

George was born near Hague, SK and as a toddler his family moved to Taber area where George was educated. Post-graduation, brother Jake in Vernon, BC, offered to apprentice him as an upholsterer and invited him to attend Vernon Alliance Church. It was at this time that George became born of God. He met Mimi shortly after and married her in 1967. They moved several times, the last move being to Medicine Hat where they raised their two sons. Brother John and George formed Central Upholstery where they were in business together until retirement. George made many friends, but no one was more loved than his family. A sports enthusiast, George also enjoyed classic cars (Fords) and singing in the choir. He was an expert craftsman, lover of truth and justice, an honest communicator, and never duplicitous. He is dearly loved and will be greatly missed.

A funeral service will be held later in June with attendance by invitation only. Condolences may be made at http://www.gracememorial.com.

Arrangements made by

Grace Memorial Affordable Burial & Cremation

1924 10th Ave N.W.

Medicine Hat, Alberta T1C 1T5

http://www.gracememorial.com

403-905-0440

 

 


 

BRIAN McLEOD

The family of Brian McLeod is sad to announce his passing on May 26 at Rockyview Hospital in Calgary at the age of 57. He was deeply loved and will be forever remembered by his daughter Madi (Dean), mom Shirley, sisters Vicki (Mike) Steiner and Kari (Darcy) Weimer, nieces & nephews Mark (Lindsay) Steiner, Leah Steiner, Aaron (Kaleigh) Weimer & Jordan (Danica) Weimer, partner Kara Mock and his ‘bonus’ children Don (Mackenzie) Mock & Katie (Spencer) Mock. He was predeceased by his dad, Bob, and Madi’s mom, Dale. Brian was born in Swift Current, raised in Medicine Hat, a graduate of MHHS, and spent his adult life in Calgary. He was a kind & generous guy. His quick wit & sharp sense of humour made him a fantastic salesman of everything from stereos to laser-imaging machines and he couldn’t be beat in a game of Monopoly. We all have great memories of times spent golfing, skiing, fishing and summers at the lake. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to The Dream Centre in Calgary at http://www.calgarydreamcentre.com/donate. A private interment will take place at a later date.

 

 


 

RAYMOND FOX

Cherished Forever

 

This past Tuesday at Hillside Cemetery, the clouds cleared as family gathered to lay to rest their beloved father, grandfather and great- grandfather, Raymond Fox. Ray’s soul is now at peace with his Eternal Father.

 

You taught us love and how to fight,

You gave us strength, you gave us might.

A stronger person would be hard to find,

And in you heart, you were always kind.

We love you Dad!

 

His Life Lived…

His Life Cherished…

His Life Honoured.

 

Courtesy of

Cook Southland Funeral Chapel Crematorium & Reception Facility, 901 – 13th Street S.W. Medicine Hat, Alberta T1A 4V4 Phone 403-527-6455 http://www.cooksouthland.com “Locally owned & directed”

 

 


 

SHERRY WILLIAMS

February 9, 1961 ~ May 27, 2021

 

Sherry Deana Williams, loving wife of David, mother of Kathleen (Terrill) Ritz and grandma to Owen, passed away in Medicine Hat on Thursday, May, 27, 2021, at the age of 60 years after a seven year battle with cancer. Along with her immediate family, Sherry will fondly be remembered by her big brothers, Randy (Lori) Johnson of Altona, MB. and Rick Johnson of Cold Lake, AB.; little sisters, Sheila Johnson of Kamloops, BC., and Kathy (Kevin) Andrew of Medicine Hat as well as numerous nieces, nephews and close friends from far and wide. Sherry and Dave spent as much time as possible enjoying the great outdoors in their motorhome, more affectionately known as ‘Lightning’. Sherry was a ‘lifer’ at the UFA in Medicine Hat helping open the store in 1991. She wore many hats there and enjoyed the people. She will be deeply missed! The family would like to thank the excellent staff at St. Joseph’s Home for taking great care of Sherry. Due to current health restrictions, a family celebration is planned for the summer. (Condolences may be expressed by visiting our website at http://www.cooksouthland.com) Honoured to serve the family is

 

Cook Southland Funeral Chapel Crematorium & Reception Facility, 901 – 13th Street S.W. Medicine Hat, Alberta T1A 4V4 Phone 403-527-6455 http://www.cooksouthland.com “Locally owned & directed”

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