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BJ BobbyJo Kenneth Wm Bodnar Loved and Lived With Passion July 18, 1989 to May 28, 2014 Our BJ, our son, only child, the Divine knew That one year ago today, on May 28 As spring came alive, you would follow the light Ascend to heaven, home, through Eternity gate. God knew the great purpose that you were assigned That would be your cause in this life here on earth An old soul, You completed life's lessons by such a young age, 24 Shared the true meaning of love, joy and peace, their value and worth. God knew that your energy would live on forever And always be at the center of our souls You transitioned as the permanent heartbeat Of our spirit, we're together, eternally we know. You always will be our life's greatest gift We cherish you each day and we will every season Treasure your heart of gold, compassion, insights Your love, the person you are, for endless reasons. Few hours go by without shedding our tears We miss your beautiful smile, the sparkle in your eyes Your laughter, humor, most memorable hugs, and loving care All that was you, lighting up life, as 24 years flew by. We'll carry on your 10 years of dedicated inspiration To expand your movement to protect all that you loved Nature, animals, water, air, all living things must be valued Your strong agenda, The Environment, will keep flying as all doves. We will all honor your sacrifices to protect all living things Many will help us finish your book, your documentary too Complete trails on your land, to help others heal with nature To preserve a legacy we know would mean everything to you. Your signs and messages reach us, your animal pets as well As you watch over us as our guide, always helping us to see You are with us wherever we are, in soul and in heart And after our lives on earth, we will be together eternally. Our Deepest Love Forevermore, Mom and Dad Ken and Dr. Betty Ann Bodnar
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ELEANOR MARJORIE CORBETT Born July 27, 1930 - Passed May 25, 2015 Mom has gone to her eternal home. No more pain. Eleanor was born to Walter and Emma Ebbert in the Wingalow District, twenty miles west of Hanley. She was the youngest of six children. After her schooling, she helped on the farm before they moved to Saskatoon in 1949. She had many fond memories of things on the farm with her four sisters and one brother. One of her fondest memories was when the family gathered around the piano and sang old gospel songs. She played the piano, her Dad played the violin and a friend played the guitar. She worked at Marvins Dry- cleaning for a short time and then worked at City Hospital until she got married. She met her beloved husband Roger, and they were married in 1955. They were blessed with two children Judie and Larry. They moved from Ave. K to Montgomery Place in 1960. They had a large yard and garden with lots of flowers and fruit trees. As a family, they had holidays in Canada and the U.S. In 1982, Dad and Mom moved to Parkridge, where they had a much smaller yard. After Dads passing in 1986, Mom remained in their home until she moved to her condo at St. Volodymyr in 1996, where she has enjoyed living very much. She attended Louise Street Community Church until her illness. Before that, they attended Westgate Alliance Church for many years. She was predeceased by her parents; her beloved husband Roger; her four sisters and brother; three sisters-in-law, and four brothers-in-law and two nephews. Surviving are her children Judie and Larry (Sandy); her grandchildren Ryan (Julie) Schappert, Christopher Schappert and Trevor Corbett; great-grandchildren Owen and Lily Schappert; her very special friend Peter Hrytsak and all his family; brother-in-law Barrie Rose and sister-in- law Eleanor Corbett in Ottawa; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and many wonderful friends. Mom enjoyed all her family and friends coming in for coffee and a visit. The Funeral Service will be held at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday May 30, 2015 at Louise Street Community Church of the Nazarene (3042 Louise St, Saskatoon). Rest in peace Mom. Love You. Arrangements in care of David Polzen - MOURNING GLORY FUNERAL SERVICES (306-978-5200) www.mourningglory.ca
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Courteau, Rita In our saddened hearts, we announce the passing of our beloved mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend on May 24, 2015 at the age of 88 years. Rita passed away in the care of the Saskatoon Convalescent Home where she resided for the past two years. Rita leaves to mourn her passing and cherish her memory, her children: Jeannine (Murray) Tiegen of Clavet, SK, Martin (Sarah) Rabu of Winnipeg, MB, Karen (Derek) Hobson of Penticton, BC, and Angela Dembrowski of Saskatoon, SK; seventeen grandchildren, twelve great-grandchildren, three great- great-grandchildren; her brother Wilfred (Adeline) Leblanc of Edmonton, AB; her sister Florence Demong of Edmonton, AB; as well as several nieces, nephews, relatives and friends who were dear to her heart. Rita was predeceased by her parents Eugene and Maria (Deault) Leblanc; her first husband of 48 years Arsene Rabu; her second husband of 15 years Napoleon Courteau; her son Roger; her daughters Linda (Ron) Salo and Evelyn (George) Roy; her grandson Erin Kalyniuk; her siblings: Simone Courteau (Peter), Marie (Gil) Grenier and Marcel Leblanc; and her brother- in-law Floyd Demong. Rita married Arsene January 28, 1946. They loved raising their family of seven children and farming in the Domremy district. She took pride in her fabulous cooking, baking, gardening, curling, knitting, sewing and crossword puzzles. Rita also thoroughly enjoyed get-togethers for Kaiser or Scrabble tournaments. The family would like to extend their appreciation to the Saskatoon Convalescent Home and Dr. Tymchak. The Funeral Mass will be celebrated at the St. Joan of Arc Roman Catholic Church in Domremy on Saturday, May 30, 2015 at 10:30 a.m. with Rev. Fr. Phong Tran as celebrant. Interment of the Urn will follow in the St. Joan of Arc Roman Catholic Cemetery. Donations in memory of Rita may be directed to a charity of personal choice. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Marc Blondeau of Kushneryk Funeral Service, Wakaw, SK, 306-233-4403.
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Urban Donlevy August 27, 1943 – May 24, 2015 The Donlevy family is sad to announce the passing of our Urban after a four year journey with cancer. Urban passed away peacefully on Sunday, May 24 at St. Paul's Hospital surrounded by his family. Left to mourn Urban is Patti Donlevy, his enduring love and wife of almost 50 years, his children Erin, Mark (Megan) and Urban Craig (Barbara), grandchildren Tyler, Robyn, Cain, Anna, Mitchell, Lauren, Austin, Taylor, Mark, and Sara, sister Mary (Doug Konkin) and brothers Kent and Joe , sister-in-law Lorna and nieces and nephews Kaitlyn, Shayne, Jamie, Kelly, Andrew, Brett, Katie, David, Colleen, Michael, Matt and Chris. Urban was predeceased by his parents Urban and Helen Donlevy, and his brothers the Very Rev. Paul Donlevy, Rod Donlevy and his sister-in-law Claire Donlevy, father and mother-in-law Sol and Norah Slominski and brother-in-law Peter Slominski. Urban leaves his family, his friends and his community bereft of a formidable force and leader. For seventy years, Urban's unconditional love, drive, creativity and great good humour have coloured our lives in bright relief. Born in Saskatoon, Urban graduated from St. Paul's high school in 1961. His post secondary education included Ryerson University and Harvard University Executive Leadership programs. He received numerous awards including the 125th Anniversary of the Confederation of Canada Medal, the Saskatchewan Centennial Medal, the Kinsmen Hall Rogers Fellow Award, the Kin Life Membership, and was inducted into the SABEX Hall of Fame in 2011. A successful businessman and entrepreneur, Urban's impact was always profound. As President of Mercury Graphics, he led the company to world-wide success in airline boarding passes and international success in event tickets serving diverse markets such as Major League Baseball, the Rose Bowl and major events throughout North America, all from a printing operation in Saskatoon. In all of his business endeavours he had the vision to see the "possible" which few could perceive, and then the drive to achieve it. This combination of vision and drive was clearly evident in his business life and it was also clear in his community involvement. From enduring legacies such as Telemiracle, Saskatchewan Prevention Institute and St. Paul's Palliative Care unit to the building of Samaritan Place, Trinity Manor or the new Cathedral of the Holy Family, and many many other community projects, Urban's leadership and influence has been felt throughout our community. It falls to us, however, to report these as Urban always promoted others to the limelight when projects were complete, preferring to point to the team effort when honours were bestowed. He led many community organizations serving as Chair of St. Paul's Hospital, St. Paul's Hospital Foundation and the Kinsmen Foundation. He also served on many boards including Blue Cross Life of Canada, Ducks Unlimited Canada and the Catholic Health Corporation of Saskatchewan. In addition to being a generous donor to community needs, Urban was also known as a prolific fund raiser for charity and offered his assistance to a myriad of organizations in the city and the Province. Urban was a 4th Degree Knight of Columbus and served this fraternal organization with unique contributions to the founding of the Knights of Columbus Indoor Games and other charity activities of the Knights. He held a life long love of football and enjoyed many years as a referee of Hilltop Junior Football in Saskatoon. Urban attracted people to himself through his abundant good humour and quick wit. He was loyal, compassionate, opinionated and perceptive and always gracious and generous with his time, his home and his energy to friends, family and the community at large. He moved seamlessly from entrepreneur to confidant to booster to activist and was a man of integrity and honour. He is a model for us all. The hospitality of Urban and Patti is renowned. Always first to offer, their home was the venue for innumerable family events, regular social evenings and a drop in center for those looking for fellowship and warmth. Urban was possessed of much love - his wife Patti and family both first and foremost but with room for friends from around the world. He cherished his time at Clam Lake with family and friends and relished the fall hunting season where he would again entertain friends and guests from all over North America to the dismay of the local duck and goose population. He was also funny! All who knew him were targets for his wit and he good naturedly accepted the favours in return (including an elephant on his lawn – a real one). He was fun to be with and looked for (and usually found) the humour in everything. Urban will be remembered in the community as a builder and visionary, in the church as a leader and by his family and friends as a wellspring of energy, good will and love. He goes to his rest with the Lord. The Donlevy family wishes to thank Most Reverend Don Bolen, Fr. Gerard Dewan, Fr. Emil April and Fr. Les Paquin for their spiritual guidance and care during Urban's journey home. We also wish to thank Dr. Ken Stakiw, Dr. Vivian Walker and Dr. Andrea Johnson and the entire Palliative Care Team at St. Paul's Hospital for their support and care given to Urban in his final days. Their very special mission was manifest in their compassionate treatment of Urban with dignity and peace to the end. They are truly the eagle's wings upon which he was raised. Prayers for Urban will be held on Sunday, May 31 at 5:30 p.m. at St. Paul's Cathedral Co-Cathedral, 720 Spadina Cres., Saskatoon. The Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated on Monday, June 1 at 10:30 a.m. at St. Anne's Catholic Church, 217 Lenore Dr. Saskatoon. A Family Interment will take place at Woodlawn Cemetery after the Funeral Reception. In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate donations to St. Paul's Hospital Foundation, 1702 - 20th Street West, Saskatoon, SK S7M 0Z9 or to the Kinsmen Foundation, 2217C Hanselman Court Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A8. Condolences may be sent to mail@saskatoonfuneralhome.com Arrangements are entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME, (306) 244-5577.
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