Martha Liebrecht

Martha Maria Liebrecht

Monday, April 6th, 1925 - Tuesday, March 10th, 2020
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Martha Liebrecht passed through heaven’s morning gate and walked into paradise on March 10th 2020 at the Kamsack & District Nursing Home at the age of 94. Martha was born in Cymric, SK. She was the second youngest of five children. After her father Gottfried had passed away, Martha, along with her mother and brother, Wilhelm moved to Rhein, SK to start a new chapter in their lives.
Martha married Edwin Liebrecht on July 19, 1940 and together they raised their family, farming the land and raising cows and chickens. Martha was always patient, kind, calm and gentle in her ways. She was active with many clubs and volunteered readily. She was an active member in her church community (Rhein Christ Lutheran Church), having been involved with the Church Choir, Bible Study, Sunday school teacher and treasurer. She was very active in her local community as well; President of the Golden Agers, involved with Ladies Aid and the Red Cross. She taught her family the importance of faith and the power of love. She read us Bible stories and sang Jesus Loves Me and many more. Hearts and doors were always open and anyone could stop by at any time and feel welcomed and part of the family (listening ears, plenty of food and drink). She was an amazing cook, serving roast chicken with broda and delicious lemon pie after church services on Sunday; she prepared hundreds of meals for spring/harvest workers. Martha, ‘Queen of cards,’ loved playing cards and taught the grandchildren and great grands to play hand and foot canasta, wist, crazy 8’s and many more. She also taught and shared her love of crocheting and sewing.
Once her health started to fail, she moved to Gladstone Senior Residence in 2013 and then to the Kamsack Nursing Home in 2016. Martha was able to watch her family grow and expand to 5 generations 17 times over. She loved ice cream and visits, watching her face light up into the most beautiful smile when family visited was amazing.
Martha is predeceased by mother Anna (1988); father Gottfried (1934); stepfather Conrad Liebrecht (1967); her husband Edwin (1997); daughter Estella (1940); son Kenneth (1965); son-in-law Edward Danyluk (2013); infant sister Ada (1924); and her three brothers: Gottfried (2003), Henry (2009) & Wilhelm Schultz (2018); grandson Kendall (1986); great grandsons Darren (1997) and Jordan (2016).
Martha will be lovingly remembered by her daughter Charleen Danyluk (Rhein); sons: Garry (Darlene) of Yorkton; Rodney (Linda) of Jansen; 9 grandchildren, 25 great grandchildren and 17 great/great grandchildren. Also by sisters-in-law: Florence Schwartz, Elsie Liebrecht & Joan Schnell; numerous nieces and nephews and many friends. We are the keepers of her memories.
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  • Service

    Thursday, March 12th, 2020 | 2:00pm
    Thursday, March 12th, 2020 2:00pm
    Christ Lutheran Church - Rhein
    Main St.
    RHEIN, SK S0A 3K0
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Pastor Karen Stepko
  • Interment

    Christ Luthern Church Cemetery
    Main St.
    SE � 26-27-02 W2
    RHEIN, SK S0A 3K0
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Gerald Gromnisky

Posted at 04:39pm
To Martha's family: Remembering a wonderful, compassionate lady, with an infectious smile.Cherish all the wonderful memories. They bring sunshine to cloudy days. Eternal memories. Jerry & Toni Gromnisky

Roger Herman

Posted at 10:50pm
Martha's love of life, is what I remember of her most, she had one of the biggest hearts and she shared it with everyone💖
.Her door always open, watching her and the " Golden Girls" playing cards at the manor.So many memories.Rest Easy now Dear lady, you will be missed.

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Posted at 08:40pm
Aunty Charlene and family.....Our thoughts and love to you all. From Arden, Gordon, Lyndon, Valerie and our families.
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Ernie & Cathie Bodnarek

Posted at 03:38pm
Our sincere sympathy to the Liebrecht and Danyluk families.

Candace Tendler

Posted at 01:58pm
So Sorry for your loss . I am reminded of great memories of visiting my parents, going to the Golden Agers for coffee or to play bingo and visiting with Mrs Leibrecht. She was kind and a wonderful lady. My thoughts are with you all.

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