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September 09, 2011
To Twyla and family:

May your hearts and thoughts be filled with memories of wonderful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
My thoughts are with you.
September 07, 2011
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Tom & Dee Dee Maltman
September 07, 2011
Colleen/ Dave, Leslie/ Dan and families

My thoughts, prayers reach out to all of you, in your great loss.
May all your wonderful memories, help to sustain and comfort you.

your Beta sister and friend,
September 06, 2011
I had the great pleasure of watching Doc Widdifield play hockey in Kamsack Saskatchewan 50 years ago. Doc was notable for his heads-up play, the fact he wore a soft leather head gear, and somehow never fogged up his thick glasses.




Doc was tireless, fearless, and one of the great gentleman of that raucous game.

He was also a skilled telegrapher, and knew how to run a railroad, a team, and a very successful life.
September 06, 2011
I had the great pleasure of watching Doc Widdifield play hockey in Kamsack Saskatchewan 50 years ago. Doc was notable for his heads-up play, the fact he wore a soft leather head gear, and somehow never fogged up his thick glasses.




Doc was tireless, fearless, and one of the great gentleman of that raucous game.

He was also a skilled telegrapher, and knew how to run a railroad, a team, and a very successful life.

Les Malcovitch
Elmira, New York
September 06, 2011
my sincere condolences to you and your famiily may you find comfort in his memories , his love of his family, and his love of hockey. He truly was a man of special mightiness Psalms 90;10. mollycolclough@yahoo.com
September 05, 2011
I am sorry to hear of you loss and offer my condolences. May you find comfort in knowing God cares for you and will see you through this difficult time.
September 05, 2011
To the Widdifield Family,I am truly sorry for your loss. You have my heartfelt sympathy. May the God of all comfort be with you.
September 04, 2011
The Widdifield Family please accept my deepest prayers.
September 04, 2011
rest in peace'
our sentiments to
The Widdifield Family
In memory of "LES"
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