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Acadia McKague's Funeral Centre

915 Acadia Drive, Saskatoon, SK

OBITUARY

Carol Ann Harrison

September 5, 1947May 9, 2020

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Carol Ann Harrison. Carol had the ability to light up a room when she walked in. She was an animal lover and will be missed dearly by her furry friends as well as the friends and family that loved her best. The family would like to express their eternal gratitude to Carol's special friend Clarence Wiebe. His care and attention has not gone unnoticed. Due to the Covid restrictions there will be no funeral service at this time. Carol's family asks that you celebrate her life in a meaningful way and hold her in your hearts. Arrangements have been entrusted to Jennifer Wildeman at Acadia-McKague's Funeral Centre 306-955-1600.

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Darleen Thompson

May 16, 2020

I miss our chats.

Darleen Thompson

May 16, 2020

Wow, 38 years ago we met, it's been many years of ups and downs, but you will always be aunty to me, we didn't always see eye to eye, but you did help me get on my feet, you helped me become who I am today, I will always miss you and love you, I'm glad you are not in pain anymore, you're dry wit and happiness will be missed, I miss not phoning you, bye for now OXOXOXO

Clarence Wiebe

May 15, 2020

Carol, since the passing of your husband three years ago, you quickly became a dear, true friend.
Through your lifetime, you were a girl, teenager, then mother to four children. Then you became a grandmother and a great grandmother. As well, two other "adopted" children came to live with you. You were like a mother to them, but you insisted they call you "auntie" and they always did.
You experienced the loss of first your Dad, then your two sons, then your Mom and your husband Don both in Feb of 2017. Despite the tears, you somehow put on a brave face.
You and I visited nearly everyday since Don's passing. The last two years we nearly always had a game of cribbage. Just to pass the time. 700 games maybe. Over the years, you told
me of some of the injustices done to you, that you did not deserve. Through declining health these last three years, you quietly suffered. Every day.
Now, you are not suffering any more. May your spirit be in peace, together once again, with those you loved, forever more.
Clarence Wiebe

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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