Mae HAMILTON

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    - Carol and Gord Belton
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    - Mary(Rayburn) & Dale
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    - From your Winnipeg family Marie Graham, Pam, Allison, Laura and Jim
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    - Maurice and Lori Autet
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    - Stephen Sluzalo
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MAE HAMILTON
With sorrow, sadness and heavy hearts the family announces the passing of Mae Hamilton on August 4, 2014. Left to mourn are her children and grandchildren: Terry and Earl Buchinski (Jillian, Colin), Rick and Odette Hamilton (Nikki, Riley), Laurie Hamilton (Brandon) and Ken Marshall, Kevin and Sylvia Hamilton (Alyssa, Kelsi, Dylan), Greg and Shelley Hamilton (Brooklyn, Abby, Tyler), sister Ann and brother-in-law Ted Christensen, sister Kay Wheler, sister-in-law and brother-in-law Addie and John Forsyth, sister-in-law and brother-in-law Darlene and Joe Ohara, sister-in-law Trina Hamilton and numerous nieces, nephews and relatives. She was predeceased by her husband Alvie of 58 years, parents Eddie and Doris Graham, in laws Stan and Rasmine Hamilton, sister-in- law and brother-in-law Elizabeth Mae and Norm Lee, brother in law Glen Hamilton and brother-in-law Gordon Wheler. Mae was born to Eddie and Doris Graham on November 11, 1938 and resided in the community of Merrill and attended Merrill school. She married her sweetheart Alvie in a double wedding ceremony with her twin sister Ann (Ted) and settled in the Moon Lake area. There they raised their five children. Mae was gifted with the ability to grow and nurture her beautiful flower and vegetable gardens. She loved to harvest the garden and spent many hours preserving and canning. Mae was an excellent cook and hosted many family dinners. She enjoyed curling with Alvie. Mae and Alvie met with a regular group of people at coffee row. There was always a joke or two with lots of laughter. The Graveside Memorial gathering will take place at St. Stephen's Merrill Cemetery on Saturday, August 9, at 11:00 a.m. Directly after the gathering, all are welcome to join the family for fellowship and lunch at the Merrill community center. Arrangements are entrusted to MARTENS WARMAN FUNERAL HOME (306-934-4888).

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Martens Warman Funeral Home Inc
402 Central Street West
Warman, SK S0K 4S0
(306) 934-4888
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Published in The Saskatoon StarPhoenix from Aug. 5 to Aug. 7, 2014
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