Wawota weekly news

Word has been received of the passing of Jill (Marshall) Gerhardt of Kipling. She passed away on April 2 at the age of 80 years. Her parents, Walter and Lena Marshall, were long-time residents of Wawota where her dad owned the telephone office.

Jill and her twin sister, Jacie, were one of the several sets of twins born in the Wawota area. Sympathy to her husband, Gerry, and family, Bob (Tammy) and Scott (Michelle) and granddaughter, Shae. A graveside service will be held at a later date.

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Congratulations to Tamara Kapell who has won the Clinical Education Award (Rural) from the Saskatchewan Physiotherapy Association. Tamara is a physiotherapist in the Kipling/Arcola region. She was nominated by Peggy Proctor who stated, "Tamara is dedicated to her work, sets a high standard of practice for herself, loves clinical teaching and provides quality caring learning experiences for her students.”

Sympathy to Stan and Bev Niebergall on the passing of Bev's brother, Lloyd Holmes of Regina. He passed away on April 24 at 63 years of age. He leaves daughter, Kristen, a son, Sean, and grandson, Damian. There will not be any funeral service at this time.

Sympathy, also to the family and friends of Ken Laidlaw of Fairlight. He passed away on April 25 at the age of 58 years. He leaves children Richard and Cory. A small family funeral will be held.

Happy birthday to Pat Clements on her 91st birthday on May 3. Pat is a resident of Deer View Lodge.

We had a surprise visit this past weekend. Our grandson from Saskatoon, Justin Olson, and family Tamara Buckingham and Callie visited on Saturday and Sunday. They had bought a camper in Moosomin and came to pick it up.

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