Tubman Funeral Home

1005 Boyle Street, Indian Head, SK


Inez Muriel Roberton

9 September , 193112 May , 2019

Inez Muriel Roberton, 87 years of age, passed peacefully on Sunday, May 12, 2019 in the Golden Prairie Home, Indian Head, Saskatchewan.

Inez was born September 9, 1931 on her parent’s farm in Downie Township Perth County, Ontario near St. Mary’s Ontario.

She was from a family of 10 children and is survived by 1 sister Norma. Inez is survived by her three daughters: Debra Heisler, Qu’Appelle, 3 granddaughters: Sheri, Michelle and Erin and three great grandchildren: Diane Serson (Brian) Saskatoon and two grandchildren Taylor and Jackie and Dena Meredith (Randy), Airdrie, Alberta and 3 grandchildren: Brady, Sabrina and Josephine and her two grandsons: Levi and Stephen Burke, Edmonton, Alberta and many nieces, nephews and loving friends.

Inez was predeceased by her loving husband - Doug Roberton (Indian Head), her loving sisters including Bessie Heaslip (Indian Head); her one brother and her beloved son George Burke.

Inez will be fondly remembered by her saddened family and friends as a loving mother, grandmother and great grandmother, a Branch 114 Legion Member, a Shriners club volunteer, a UCW member and a loyal generous friend who could never say no to a charity or a request for a helping hand. Mom was so thankful for the companionship of her friends.

A private family graveside service will be held at Inez’s request. Memorial gifts can be sent to Indian Head and District Hospital Foundation, Box 1547, Indian Head, SK S0G 2K0.


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Inez Muriel Roberton

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Glen Callin

16 May 2019

Brian, Diane and family
Sorry for your loss.
Glen Callin

Sharlene Serson

16 May 2019

Brian, Diane, Taylor and Jackie
Our deepest sympathy on the passing of Inez. Thinking of you all.
Doug, Sharlene and family

Randy Telford

16 May 2019

Dear Debbie, Diane and Dena.....

Our deepest condolences to you and your families.

I still remember my trips to your family farm when I was a young man. Aunt Inez always extended a warm hand and that endless smile was ear to ear. Her trips to Ontario also enabled us to keep up to date with your progress growing your families. Mom always appreciated having your Mom stay with her when she made her trips home and I witnessed a special bond between the two of them. She definitely will be missed.

I thought I would share a photo of the Strathdee sisters.

Randy Telford & Family
London, Ontario

Marilyn Poitras

15 May 2019

I want to add my best thoughts to the list of people sending Inez off with love and respect. It is really amazing how growing up in small town Saskatchewan you silently adopt family through association and connection. I cherish all the great GPH stories of the kitchen girls through my moms friendship with Inez. Fun laughter anger and more laughter, just as life should be.

I trust she is headed for THE spa treatment, dressed to the nines with a full dance card. Her sense of adventure and beauty will always be with me and I am grateful for her role in my life and want to send my best to all of you as you let her go.


Donna & Léon Meredith Arsenault

14 May 2019

Dear Dena Randy & Family also to Debbie & Diane and their families

When a person is as divine as your mother was, God recognizes it and takes them to be his faithful angels.
May your mother rest in peace, please accept our condolences.

Donna & Léon Meredith Arsenault
New Richmond Québec