Caroline Zelizney

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Caroline Zelizney (nee Lansdowne family Markham) February 21, 1957 March 10, 2010 It is with heavy hearts that we must share the news of the passing of a wonderful wife, daughter, sister and a extraordinary friend to many. Caroline is lovingly remembered by her husband, Dennis Zelizney; father, James R. Markham; her brother, Fraser (Twyla); their sons, Trevor and Shane Markham; step sons, Brent (Kathi), Craig (Kelsie) Zelizney; mother-in-law, Sophie Frehlich; sisters-inlaw, Pat (Al) Sherwood, Carol (Greg) Mildenberger; brothers-in-law, Don (Sharon), Gary (Patty) Zelizney. Caroline was so excited at becoming a grandmother to Ethan born in May/2009 to Brent and Kathie, she would talk about spoiling him all the time, she would have been so good at it. Caroline was predeceased by her mother, June Markham on April 6, 1970. Caroline was born in Toronto on February 21, 1957 and moved with her family in 1965 to Saskatoon. Caroline attended U of S obtaining a Bachelor of Arts and Education Degrees and a Master's degree specializing in Guidance & Counselling. She was employed with the Saskatoon Board of Education for twenty five years as a elementary school counsellor, she loved working with her kids as she used to say. Caroline demonstrated a great zest for life . She was caring selfless and loved those close to her, she touched so many people with her sense of compassion joy, and love, all with a great sense of humour which everyone appreciated and enjoyed. Caroline will be missed by all the people whose lives she touched. Sadly after a long valiant battle with brain cancer she has left us in body but Caroline will always be with us . In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Saskatoon Pre School Foundation 3144 Arlington Ave., Saskatoon S7J 3L5. A celebration of Caroline's life will be held be held on Sunday, March 14 at 2:00 p.m. at Saskatoon Funeral Home (338 4th Ave N). Condolences may be sent to [email protected] Arrangements have been entrusted to SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME 244-5577.
Published in The Saskatoon StarPhoenix from Mar. 11 to Mar. 12, 2010
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