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Jacqueline Fehrenbach

Jacqueline Edna Fehrenbach (Morosoff)

Wednesday, December 14th, 1938 - Wednesday, January 29th, 2020
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Obituary

The family of Jackie Fehrenbach of Yorkton, beloved wife of Howie Fehrenbach, wish to announce her passing on Wednesday, January 29th 2020 at the Yorkton Regional Health Centre. She was 81 years of age. The memorial service will be held on Saturday, May 2nd 2020 at 11:00am from Westview United Church. Memorials to Westview United Church or to the MS Society of Canada would be appreciated by the family.

With sad hearts, Jackie Fehrenbach passed peacefully away surrounded by her loving family on January 29, 2020. She was born December 14, 1938 in Kamsack Saskatchewan; the only child to Peter and Bertha Morosoff. After Graduating from Kamsack Collegiate she attended business college and was employed by Sask Power. On October 22, 1960 Jackie married Corporal Robert Malcolm Thompson in Westminster United Church in Kamsack. They soon started their family. Dawn was born in 1961, Bruce in 1963 and Kristine 1968. Throughout their marriage they were stationed in Yorkton, Melville, Goodsoil and Nipawin. Jackie was widowed in 1971 in Nipawin Saskatchewan and decided to move her young family back to Yorkton. To support her family she obtained her real estate license and was employed by Castle Real Estate. Soon after she met Howard Wayne Fehrenbach and they were married October 6th 1973. Their son Tyler was born in 1974. Jackie and Howie were self employed with their two businesses: Artistic Catering and Artistic Shoe Fair during the 80’s and 90’s. She was on the boards of the Arts Society and Westview United Church. She enjoyed time with good friends at Beta Sigma Phi, playing golf and bridge, and attending Westview United Church. The most precious time in her life was spent at the family cabin at Madge Lake making memories with her children and grandchildren and entertaining good friends. This brought her the most joy. She was predeceased by her parents Peter and Bertha Morosoff, first husband Corporal Robert M. Thompson, daughter Dawn Madsen (nee Thompson), granddaughter Mya Fehrenbach. Lovingly remembered and missed by husband Howie Fehrenbach, her children; Bruce (Karla) Thompson, Kris (Darren) Hinz, Tyler (Krystal) Fehrenbach, Cami (Blair) Ryan. Grandchildren: Ashley, (Trevor) Zell, Carter (Kristyn) Madsen, Tanner Thompson, Kelsey Thompson, Cassidy Hinz, Camryn Hinz, Ty Fehrenbach, Raya Fehrenbach, Tanya, (Brin) Tourand, and Hayden Ryan. . Jackie’s celebration of life will take place on Saturday, May 2nd 2020 at 11:00am from Westview United Church. In her memory donations will be graciously accepted by Westview United Church and the M.S. Society of Canada. Condolences can be left at baileysfuneralhome.com
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Service Details

  • Service

    Saturday, May 2nd, 2020 | 11:00am
    When
    Saturday, May 2nd, 2020 11:00am
    Location
    Westview United Church
    Address
    355 Bradbrooke Dr.
    YORKTON, SK S3N 2K7
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    Officiant
    Rev. Deborah Smith

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Leslie Adam

Posted at 03:11pm
Dear Howie and Family
We are so very sorry for the loss of Jackie and we will miss her. Sending our love, thoughts and prayers to you all at this very hard time! Sincerely, Gerry and Leslie Adam
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Brent McPherson

Posted at 05:51pm
Howie, Bruce, Kris , Tyler and Grandchildren
I cannot express my shock at Jackie’s passing. This has hit harder than I expected. Jackie was always upbeat and spoke her
Mind , good for her.. Madge was a neat get away for her and Howie and the door always open. I remember so many good times out there , playing cribbage and the like . Its sad to think of her gone. Take care of yourselves and Rod, Lenora and I will be there in May. Take care. Brent
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kennethpilon0@gmail.com

Posted at 08:34am
Howie, Family, and friends. I first met Jacquie about 30 years ago when I joined the Kinsmen Club of Yorkton. As everyone knows, Howie and Jacquie operated Artistic Catering. I became business colleagues with them through my role at Dairy Producers. In all the time that I knew her, Jacquie always treated people kindly, and she never seemed to lose her smile. The last time I saw her was only a few months ago while we were in line at a grocery store. We had a great visit! Naturally, she was extremely friendly and warm, and we laughed together as we recalled 'the good old days'. She left a positive impression on everyone she touched, and Jacquie's bright spirit will shine for many more years. Sincere condolences, Ken Pilon
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Reg Howe

Posted at 04:48pm
My heartfelt prayers go out To Howie and the family on the loss of an awesome great lady in Jacqueline, when I lived on Circlebrooke for years they were just down the street and I saw her lots in the mall. and I have know Howie for years.
She will be missed and Heavens gain.
Reg Howe
Saskatoon
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