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Neil McCabe
September 20, 1953 – April 2, 2017
Passed away peacefully in Saskatoon, SK. Neil was predeceased by his Father, Wilson 1964; brother-in-law Bob Vibert 1990; sister, Linda Jorgenson 2001; Mother, Pat 2009; brother-in-law, Bev Jorgenson 2014. Left to cherish his memory are brother, Irvine McCabe (Dianne Unger); sister, Marge Vibert, and brother, Doug McCabe. Nieces, nephews and grands: Sandy McCabe: (Devin Osmachenko and Cassandra Kambeitz) and (Ryley Osmachenko and Christel), Shaune Unger (Les Gulyas): (Cory DeBusschere and Amanda Raymond) and (Trent DeBusschere and Lynn Fiddler); Darrell Vibert: (Carsen Vibert); Duane and Cristy Jorgenson: (Nathan); Nicole and Terry Thiessen: (Jessica, Waylon and Sully Thiessen); Special Status: Curtis and Danielle Moore. Neil was born on a dairy farm near Asquith, SK and went to school in Asquith. He loved playing hockey in those years and made life-long friends there. Neil was a diehard hockey fan, a true lover of the game, especially the Montreal Canadians. He most enjoyed camping, preferably deep in the bush with a canoe, good gear and good friends. Second choice would be a motorcycle and a back pack. Neil liked to laugh, and he liked to get a laugh. He could go a very long way on just one line. Neil went into Wholesale Floor Covering in 1978. He worked in the warehouse and moved into middle management at W.G. McMahon in Saskatoon and Edmonton. In 1992 he began working at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in the custodial department until 2011 when he had to stop work due to illness. He succumbed to complications from cancer. A kind and gentle soul that left us too soon. Memorial donations may be made in his memory to Nature Conservancy of Canada at A Memorial Service will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 6, 2017 at Windsor Chapel (704 Windsor St). Arrangements are in care of John Schachtel - MOURNING GLORY FUNERAL SERVICES (306) 978-5200. You may post condolences at

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Mourning Glory Funeral Services
1201 8th Street East
Saskatoon, SK S7H 0S5
(306) 978-5200
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Published in The Saskatoon StarPhoenix from Apr. 3 to Apr. 4, 2017
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