OBITUARY

BERNICE ANGUS

20 September , 193421 May , 2019

Bernice (Banick) Angus passed away peacefully May 21, 2019 at the age of 84 years.

Bernice was predeceased by her husband, Donald Angus and sister, Beverley Banick

Bernice will always be remembered by her daughter, Karen (Les) Sinclair; sister, Sharon (Gary) Cross and brother, Neil (Wanda) Banick.

The memorial service was held Sunday May 26, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. from Orsted-Carlyle Funeral Home, Carlyle, Saskatchewan with Father Jay Aguilar celebrating. Interment followed at Arcola Cemetery, Arcola, Saskatchewan.

Services

  • Memorial Service Sunday, 26 May , 2019

Memories

BERNICE ANGUS

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Ross & Val Gallinger

31 May 2019

Our deepest sympathy to you Karen and Les on the passing of your Mom.

Rob and David James

25 May 2019

You are in our thoughts, Karen and Les. Your mom was always so friendly. Wherever we met, she would always stop for a visit. I remember sharing Kindergarten driving with her. She was always so proud of her daughter.

Leona Dent

24 May 2019

May warm memories bring you all comfort in the days and weeks ahead.
I am so sorry for your loss.

Gord Lucier

24 May 2019

Karen and Les and family
My deepest condolences on Bernice’s passing. South Arcola is becoming less and less, great memories of friendship, discussions, skating and Christmas concerts. As well as I pizza I may have missed...😀
Take care my friends.

Sandra Wright

23 May 2019

Sincere sympathy in the loss of your mom, Karen and Les. I always enjoyed visits with her at Optimist gatherings, Scottish Dancing events and at Crocus Villa. Cherish the great memories.

Wanda Banick

23 May 2019

As Bernices sister ln-law I will always remember Bernice as such a welcoming and kind woman. It was always fun to go to the farm and cottage. We did many Easters coloring eggs and enjoying great meals that Bernice prepared. We had a great day with Don and Bernice at the lake cross country skiing and stopping at the shacks along the trail for a picnic lunch or just to warm up. She always had something interesting for us to do. The last few years she might not always remember your name but it never made her any less loving or grateful to see you. She was a special and talented woman who will be dearly missed. Xo

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY