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APRIL 7, 1929 - NOVEMBER 10, 2012
With great sadness the family of John Freoschl announces his sudden passing
at the age of 83, while shoveling snow. He
was predeceased by his parents, Maria and Max Freoschl and his brother, Max all of Germany. Left to cherish John's memory is his wife, Maryanne with whom he had celebrated their 60th Anniversary 2 months ago; his children, Lynda (Lorry) Galbraith, Bob (Mel) Freoschl, Lora (Marc) Landry and Lisa (Conor) Brown; grandchildren, Kristopher (Colleen) Galbraith, Todd (Kristy) Galbraith, John Cody Freoschl, Jordan (Carla) Landry, Michael (Catherine) Landry, David and Julius Landry, Travis, Shelby and Madison Brown, George and Tino Radutu; great-grandchildren, Ryder, Peyton, Britynn Galbraith, Chloe Landry and Caitlyn Landry; also his sister, Marilie of Germany and numerous nieces and nephews. John came to Canada from Germany in 1951, married Maryanne in 1952. John's favorite joys were spent in his garden and his wood working shop. He had great pride and love for his children, grandchildren and great- grandchildren. He leaves behind a legacy of family and friends that shared his love and who shall continue to keep his name alive for all to remember. A great man that influenced all that had the privilege to be part of his life. He had significant influence on the building of Regina and surrounding areas with his business Interior Woodcraft Company. He was an avid member of the German Harmonie Club and was the Vice-President of the German Hunting and Fishing Club. He played an important role with Mosaic since its inception. John and Maryanne enjoyed travelling across Europe, Canada and parts of the United States. He loved to work hard and play hard. John thought a good day was always a day that included hard work. The accomplishment of a job well done brought him joy. Always loved, never forgotten. Funeral Mass will be held at 11:00 A.M. on Tuesday, November 20, 2012 at Little Flower Parish, 420 College Ave., Regina, SK with Fr. Jose Periyilkatte as Celebrant. Interment will be held at a later date.


Published in The Regina Leader-Post on Nov. 16, 2012
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