Frances Marlene Reeve
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REEVE, Frances Marlene With grief, sorrow, sadness and heartbreak, I announce the passing of my wonderful wife Frances on April 15th, 2021, at the Maple Ridge, B.C. hospital, due to complications from Diabetes. Frances was born in Estevan, Saskatchewan to Katherine and John Weiler. She attended Sacred Heart school. In 1964 Frances met Dennis, a young Constable in Estevan, and there became an inseparable bond of love. They married in Victoria, B.C. Transfers took them from Victoria, to Regina, Winnipeg and back to Vancouver. She worked as a switch board operator at the Hotel Saskatchewan and The Bay in both Victoria and Regina. She made many friends throughout the years and if you were her friend she would not forget you. Upon Dennis' retirement she travelled the world on numerous cruises. Her passing is a devastating loss as it was hoped for many more years enjoying retired life together. Frances is survived by her husband Dennis (to whom she meant the world), and her sister Agnes Lietz of Estevan. She was Predeceased by her parents, her brother Richard Weiler, brother-in law Ben Lietz, nephew Brent Lietz and uncles Dan and Leonard Wock. She is now free of the pain and suffering associated with Diabetes, may she rest in comfort and Peace forever, knowing she is dearly loved and always remembered. Contributions in Frances' memory may be made to the Diabetes and Kidney foundations. Due to the covid-19 epidemic there will be no service at this time. Condolences may be sent to

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Published in Estevan Mercury from Apr. 21 to May 21, 2021.
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