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LIBKE, Anne Frances Elizabeth
It is with heavy hearts we announce the sudden passing of our Mom, Grannie, Great Grannie, Sister, Aunt and friend on February 12, 2013. Mom was born February 11, 1929 on the family farm near Kenaston to Roza (Milic) and Nicolas Zdunich. She was the second youngest of a family of 12. On June 30, 1947 Mom married Elmer (Tom) Libke. They farmed west of Hanley until 1967 when we moved to town. In 1977, Mom went to Prince George, BC where she worked with her sister Rose for two years. She then went to Northern Saskatchewan for 15 years where she worked at Dawn Lake and Cluff Lake first as a cook and then as a camp attendant. Mom retired in 1994 in Hanley living in her own home until the spring of 2011 when she moved into the Senior units in Hanley. Mom enjoyed reading, gardening, baking, crocheting but most of all visiting with family and friends. She never missed a chance to attend her grandchildren's events.
Mom was predeceased by Dad, her parents, 2 brothers in infancy, brothers Joe, Jack, Tony, Nick, John, sisters Tillie, Theresa and son-in- law Nic Prosofsky.
Mom leaves to mourn sisters Rose Munro and Helen Chapin; in-laws Marie Zdunich, Lloyd and Gwen Libke, Hazel Libke and Ann Libke; children Diane (Bill) Byrd, Carol Prosofsky, Darryl (Jody) Libke and Cindy (Ron) Townsend. Mom is also survived by 11 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren Tanya and Jeff Kolbeck (Dustin, Drew, Drayden), Travis and Cyndi Byrd (Trace, Kailey), Twila and David Livingstone (Parker, Mason); Crystal and Bob Wick (Kegan, Ransom), Troy and Deidra Prosofsky (Cash), Shane Prosofsky and Teghan Lowe; Derek and Candice Libke (Kassie), Evan and April Libke (Grayson, Bailey), Robyn Libke; Dion and Andrea Townsend (Taylor, Peyton) and Melissa Townsend and Travis Yuzik.
The Vigil of Prayers will be held Sunday, February 17, 2013 at St. Andrew's Catholic Church in Kenaston SK at 7:30. The Mass of Christian Burial will be held on February 18, 2013 at 1:00 also at St. Andrew's Church in Kenaston. Interment will be at the Kenaston Cemetery. Lunch will follow at the Centennial Hall in Hanley.
For friends so wishing, donations may be made to St. Andrews Catholic Church or a charity of your choice.
Arrangements entrusted to Hanson's Funeral Home of Davidson.

Published in The Saskatoon StarPhoenix from Feb. 15 to Feb. 16, 2013
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