Irene May Walter

June 1, 1921February 23, 2021

IRENE WALTER (nee Sellar) Irene May Walter June 1, 1921 to February 23, 2021. With sadness we announce the peaceful passing of Irene at Royal University Hospital at 99 years of age. Irene was born in Saskatoon to parents Alexander and Margaret Sellar. She attended Haultain School and graduated from Nutana Collegiate following which she worked for Mayfair Drug Store, Harrington’s Jewelry, and the University of Saskatchewan Bookstore before retiring. Left to mourn are sisters-in-law Evelyn, Doreen, Margaret, and Joyce along with brothers-in-law Elvin and George and many nieces and nephews on the Sellar and Walter sides of her family. Irene was predeceased by her parents Alexander and Margaret, husband Ernest, sisters Margaret (John), Janet (Mel), brothers James (Elva), and Robert as well as sisters-in-law Elizabeth (Jim), Emma (Phil), Ella (Vic), Winnie (Alan), Edna (Ernie), Lil (Gordon), Winnie, brothers-in-law Len, John, Edward, and Ewald. Irene was a gracious, caring, outgoing and social person and lived a very independent life on her own after Ernest’s death until a few months before her passing. She enjoyed singing in the church choir, dancing, bowling, curling, playing cards, bingo, family gatherings and travelling with friends. Due to Covid-19 there will be no funeral service. Interment will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Faith Church Memorial Fund, Haultain Cemetery Fund, or to a charity of your choice. Condolences may be left at the guest book at Arrangements entrusted to Mandi Wersch Acadia-Mckagues Funeral Centre 955-1600


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Margaret Skafel

March 18, 2021

I will miss Irene and catching up with her about her family and what she was up to. The last time she phoned me we chatted and she was just the same as if I was talking to her 35 years ago. She was always cheerful and interested in what was happening with me. She had a very special place in my life as did Ernie when he was alive. I cleaned for her for over 30 years until just before she moved. She and Ernie were wonderful to me and treated me as though I was family. I am devastated by the loss of one of my angels here on earth. I’ll always remember them with smiles and love. I know how much she cherished her family and you have lost so much with her passing. My deepest sympathy.

Wanda Friesen Pollick Wanda Friesen Pollock

March 14, 2021

I clean for Irene and Ernie don’t even remember what years from anymore along time ago but but loved Irene and Ernie became good friends she made the best sandwiches ever and Ernie loved it when I came in and I always went to the candy dish I was give me a hard time about that they both had a good Of humour they both were a real blessing love to them both very much.

Ray & Lorraine Freyling

March 11, 2021

Sincere Sympathy and God Bless.

Verla Schmirler

March 6, 2021

Dear Walter family - Another precious lamb has gone Home and waits for the rest of us whose faith rests in Christ Jesus. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Please consider yourselves hugged.
Dear Sellar family members - It was a blessing for me to have known Irene. Please accept my sincere sympathy as you experience her loss.

Betty Butler

March 4, 2021

My deepest sympathy to the Walter Family Ihave. Fond memories of our curling days

Christina Smith

March 4, 2021

My deepest sympathy to all the family. I will miss your smile, kindness and chats and laughs at the bingos and seeing you at the horse races. Heaven has gained a beautiful Angel. RIP Irene.


March 2, 2021

Condolences to the Walter and Sellar families. She was a great lady !

Elsie & Jack Sellar

February 26, 2021

It is with great sorrow we learned of Irene’s recent passing. As our favourite Auntie, she will be missed by all that had the good fortune to know her. She always had a happy smile, and pleasant words for everyone she met. Her personality was always bubbly and cheerful, no matter what challenges she, and the love of her life - Ernie, we’re facing. Her generosity to others was well known. She was very lucky to have generally enjoyed good health for her many years. She will be sadly missed, but never forgotten. Rest In Peace, auntie “Speedy”.