Maxine REIMER
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MAXINE REIMER
Born September 18, 1960 passed away suddenly April 15, 2017. She will be sadly missed by her sisters Sheila (Larry), Virginia (Don), brothers Jeffrey (Sharon), Terry (Sandra), Derek (Allison), and many nieces and nephews. Maxine was predeceased by her parents John and Leona Reimer and one nephew Joel Reimer. Maxine enjoyed many years working for Sask. Polytechnic and for the University of Saskatchewan as the International Admissions Officer for the Depart. of Admissions and Transfer Credit Office. Maxine has touched the hearts of many people throughout her life. She will be deeply missed by her family and friends but the one who will miss her the most is her loving pet and companion Zachary Aaron Reimer. Maxine had a unique sense of humour and her ability to deliver unlimited one liners will be missed. In lieu of a service, donations can be made to New Hope Dog Rescue. Arrangements entrusted to MARTENS WARMAN FUNERAL HOME (306-934-4888).


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Published in Saskatoon StarPhoenix on Apr. 22, 2017.
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June 20, 2017
W will all miss you Auntie Max.
Keegan Sperling
May 4, 2017
I was very sad to hear of Max's passing as she was a very special person and gift to all who knew her. I worked with her at SIAST and knew her from the triathlon group. My first encounter with Max was when she helped me with a technology problem at work and that is how I will remember her - intelligent, respectful, empathetic, funny, spunky and positive. She had good energy and a sense of adventure. I know her family and all of us who were lucky to call her a friend will miss her and think of her often.
Terry Jelinski
May 3, 2017
I worked with Max at Saskatchewan Polytechnic for many years. We would spend much time talking about our jobs and life in general. She was a great support and a wonderful person. Max and I also shared a passion for Dogs and would share our pictures and stories of them. Max was our office prankster. She instigated many practical jokes and created an atmosphere that was a whole lot of fun. We'll meet again, Max!
Kim Gulka
April 29, 2017
Max who loved a prank more than you? You got me good and made me laugh. My glasses where never the same! I will miss you.
Colette
April 29, 2017
My sincere condolences to Max's family, friends, and Zachary Aaron. Max and I worked for two years together at the U of S and she was a true friend and mentor. I remember Max for her unfailing kindness, humour, and generosity. She was always ready to share knowledge, one-liners, baked goods, or a hug when times were hard. I admired her tremendously and am proud to have known her, even for a short time. She was one of the greats.
Amie Shirkie
April 28, 2017
I only worked with Max for a short time (about a year and a half) at the U of S, but she was a wonderful addition to the office. Her sense of humour was amazing and she had a way of delivering a one-liner with a straight face. You'd be trying to figure out if she was serious or not, and she'd break into a big grin and everyone would have a good laugh. Max was a very unique lady and I especially loved that her fur baby had a middle name! Rest in peace Max.
Helen Giles
April 28, 2017
Max was a truly special person. She was so much fun to work with at SK Polytech.

Her laughter and fun loving spirit truly made her someone who will forever be remembered with a smile.

Max, you were a bright light and those that were lucky to have known you will never forget your goofiness and the way you made everyone around you laugh,

Rest easy Max
Amber Rapko
April 28, 2017
The world has lost a bright light and my heart goes out to her family. Max was such a great person to work with, I can say that there was no one in the world like Max....her spirit and fun loving nature were truly part of what made her so special. You will be remembered and missed by so many Max, rest in peace.
Amber Rapko
April 27, 2017
Condolences to the Reimer family
Max came into my life almost 2 years ago . I worked with her at the U of S . She was a friend from day 1 , we had a connection. Her sense of humour and one liners got me all the time........ we laughed until we cried . Since you left the office my heart aches. I miss you my friend...... until we meet again Uncle Joe love you
Marlene Prediger
April 27, 2017
Hey Max, I know you are well and enjoying, that's the way you "roll". Such a great soul and caring person. Take care and be content my friend. Condolences to your family and all that we're in your life. You will never be forgotten.
Wendy
April 26, 2017
Rest in Peace.
Karen Gauthier
April 26, 2017
My deepest of condolences to the Reimer family.

Max was a good friend and valued colleague. We shared many laughs over the phone through the years and more recently I had the pleasure of being in the same office. Max's laughter, jokes and kind spirit will remembered in my heart always. Rest in peace my friend.
Karen Gauthier
April 26, 2017
I'm so saddened to hear of Max's passing, I worked with her for 16yrs at SIAST she was always there for you with a great smile and a wonderful lady to work with. My heart goes out to her family she was the best. Luella Venables
April 25, 2017
I'm very saddened to hear of Max's death. I thoroughly enjoyed her "goofiness" at Sask. Polytech and sharing RIDERS victories. She will be greatly missed. Condolences to her family and her friends.
Darlene Herauf
April 25, 2017
I had the great pleasure of working with Max at the U of S. I would just dearly love to hear one of her very bad jokes right now and hear her laugh. She'd roll back her chair and yell "Nancy! I got another one for ya!" Or one of her stories about Zachary! She was an amazing person with the biggest heart and we loved her. Our office will not be the same without her. Rest in peace Max - I miss you!
Nancy Tiedeman
April 25, 2017
It was a honour to know Max We worked together at Kelsey She was a great person. So sorry to hear of her passing

Sophie Uzelman (Saskatoon, SK)
April 24, 2017
A part of me is gone...my hockey buddy...my friend, my aunt a person who always made me feel good about myself and I knew that when she was around....there would be laughter. I miss her so much! I was able to see her a few weeks ago and I could tell that she was struggling inside...I had a feeling that she would not be going with me to the Oilers game and wearing her Hartford Walers hat and jersey and totally embarrassing me.. I was looking forward to it. When my beautiful wife gave me my Christmas gift, one ticket to the Oilers game...I was confused. She handed me the phone and auntie was on the other end.. I immediately started to cry with joy. Now what?
I miss you so much....my heart hurts but I know you do not hurt anymore and I will see you again.. I love you
Trevor Sperling
April 24, 2017
Max was a bright light. She really was one of those people that you were blessed to know and so the light never dims for the lucky ones that were able to call her a friend. She was kind, generous and tolerant beyond words. I loved her sense of self and that joyous humor she brought everyday to others in her life. Take care Max. The journey will be easier from here on.
Linda Janzen
April 24, 2017
I was saddened to hear of Max passing. I knew her for over 35 years. We met in business college where we had many good times then lost touch for a few years until we worked together at Saskpolytech again. Max was so intelligent, worked hard & had an unequalled sense of humour. She was also outspoken & a sincere person. You never wondered where you stood with Max. This world has lost a good person. My deepest condolences to her family & friends. Rest in peace, Max.
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April 23, 2017
It was my honour to have worked with Max for many years at Saskatchewan Polytechnic. No one was safe from her unexpected pranks in our office. To her family, may fond memories help you through this difficult time.
Diane Greenhorn
April 23, 2017
It was my honour to have worked with Max for many years at Saskatchewan Polytechnic. No one was safe from her unexpected pranks in our office. To her family...may fond memories help you through this difficult time.
Diane Greenhorn
April 23, 2017
To Derek, Allison and the Reimer family,
So sorry to hear of your loss. My deepest condolences.
Thinking of you at this difficult time.
Sandi Headley
Sandi Headley
April 23, 2017
I have known Max for years through Saskatchewan Polytechnic. I am so sorry to hear of her passing. Max was a wonderful person. We shared many laughs. I am grateful to have known her. My condolences to her family.
Grace Staples
April 22, 2017
Max was my friend for over 20 years. We worked at Saskpolytechnic together then when she moved to the University of Saskatchewan, I followed. We took classes together, exercised together, and protested the injustices of the world together. More recently we would walk on our breaks and have lunch together on Fridays. The visits always too short but always full of laughs.

Max's passing leaves a gigantic hole in my heart. She was kind and generous. I will miss her dearly. I will miss her hugs upon greeting. I will miss her hilarious stories about her dear dog Zachary Aaron. I will miss our ridiculous conversations and her hearty laugh! Always in my heart and forever missed dear Max.

My condolences to Max's family, friends, and coworkers who will miss her dearly.
Joanne Dubbin
April 22, 2017
Dear Jeff, Sharon and the Reimer family;

So sorry to hear of the passing of Max; she was such a wonderful person with a great sense of humour. When passing my office at work, she would always smile or would stop in with a quick storey. She will be terribly missed by all who know and love her, but leaves each one of us with a special memory.

Joanne and Doug Barmby
April 22, 2017
Dear Sheila, Jeff, Ginny, and Terry:
Our sincere condolences on the passing of cousin Maxine. May her memory keep you strong during this difficult time.
Cousin Eunice (Stobbe) Hein
April 22, 2017
I have many great memories of Max and proud to call her my friend. She had a unique sense of humour and loved her furry friends. Condolences to her family and friends.
Diane MacDonald
April 22, 2017
My prayers and condolences go out to Maxine's family and friends. It's been a long time I haven't seen Maxine. Max you were a wonderful person, you had a great sense of humour and you will be missed so much by me and a lot of your coworkers from Sask Polyrech. May you rest in peace my friend. ❤❤❤
Gita Heise
April 22, 2017
I had the honour of meeting Maxine a few years ago and thoroughly enjoyed her company, her smile, her happiness. I send sincere condolences to all of Maxine's family and friends. May God help ease the pain of your struggles at this time.
Kathy Grill
April 22, 2017
I met Max through triathlon many years ago. She became a running partner whom I loved to run with. Her love of dogs helped me adopt our first dog. She will truly be missed.
Katie Mitchell
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