237 - 4th Street North East, Weyburn, SK


James "Jim" Joseph Kaip

March 2, 1948April 21, 2020

James “Jim” Joseph Kaip late of Regina, Saskatchewan, formerly of Khedive, Saskatchewan passed away April 21, 2020 at the age of 72 years.

Jim is predeceased by his parents, Joseph & Josephine Kaip; mother & father in law, John & Amy Krauss and brother in law, Garth Krauss.

Jim will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 48 years, Carol Kaip of Regina, SK; son, Colin Kaip (Michelle) of Weyburn, SK; daughter, Lindsay (Craig) Paylor of Lloydminster, SK; grandchildren: Tatyana (Taylor), Chase & Holden; great granddaughter, Talia; brothers & sisters: Elaine (Don) Nielson, Paulette (Pat) Beaudry, Doug (Gaylene) Kaip & Stuart Kaip; brothers & sisters in law: Richard (Ivy) Krauss, James (MaryAnne) Krauss and Lynn Krauss; godmother, Aunt Kathy (Rene) Fellner as well as numerous, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

A Private Family Funeral Mass will take place in Regina, Saskatchewan followed by interment at Khedive Cemetery, Khedive, Saskatchewan. A public celebration of Jim's life will take place at a later date, announced by the family.

Donations in memory of Jim may be made to “Families in need” payable to Holy Child Catholic Church 2636 7th Avenue E, Regina, Saskatchewan S4N 6A3.


  • A Private Family Funeral Mass will take place in Regina, Saskatchewan followed by interment at Khedive Cemetery, Khedive, Saskatchewan. A public celebration of Jim's life will take place at a later, announced by the family.


James "Jim" Joseph Kaip

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Cecile Hebert

April 27, 2020

My condolences to you, Carol, and your children on Jim's passing. Jim was always smiling and such a good listener. He was a great leader to our group in the lay ministry program.
May God be with you at this difficult time and may He give you peace.

cheryl kormos

April 25, 2020

Cheryl Kormos (husband John deceased Nov.22/19) sends her sympathies to Carol and families. Jim and Carol and families were very special friends who shared many things, especially during their time in Lethbridge. May God be with you all during your bereavement. Love Cheryl

Yvette & Norbert Philippe

April 25, 2020

Carol and family, we offer our sympathy for the loss of a husband and father. We will keep Jim in our prayers and the memory of a special Christian man in our hearts. Christ is Risen and Jim is with him.

Heather and Lawrence Fellner

April 24, 2020

Our condolences to Carole and family and to the Kaip family. So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.

Betty Kuntz

April 24, 2020

It's hard to find words..I have so many emotions right now. Joy for you Jim as your joy is now complete. Sorrow for myself and all your Family who will miss you terribly. But most of all I feel extremely grateful for having been a part of your life. A cousin yes, but also a Brother in Christ.
The thing I most admired about you was that you were not afraid to speak the Truth in Love. Sometimes it didn't feel so good but you always wanted what was best for everyone...Heaven!
Rest in Peace, James, until we meet again!

Lijana, Maja and Jonel Lazarjan

April 24, 2020

Jim was our next door neighbor when we just arrived in Canada back in 1995. He and his wife Carol were there for us as neighbors and cousins the entire time we lived in Regina and we are very grateful to them for all they've done for us in that time. We are sorry to hear about his passing. We will miss him. Our condolences to his wife Carol, and his children, grandchildren, siblings and other family. Love Lijana, Maja and Jonel Lazarjan

Wally Kaip

April 24, 2020

I'm very sorry for Jim's sudden passing, my condolences to Carol and her family.
My best memories of Jim were when we were kids on the farm two miles apart.
We went back and forth playing hockey outdoors and football when warmer.
We also worked together as my Uncle had us dig a new outdoor bathroom.
I always wanted to get a golf game with Jim but his back ailment wouldn't allow it.
I am very lucky to have so many good times with you Jim . I hope and pray we will meet again

Frank Kirkpatrick

April 23, 2020

Jim was a great man of God and a cherished friend! He and Carol have both been very kind and good to me!
Thank you to both of you!
I’m so sorry for the grieving now required by those most precious in his life.
Well done Jim! You have been a good and faithful servant! Now enter into the kingdom you have earned. Say high to my/your friends Ed & Homer.

Linda Ledingham

April 23, 2020

Our sympathy at this time! I remember seeing Jim at his mother's funeral walk past the truck that held his Dad (at the cemetery) and touch the window tenderly as he went by. It was so sweet!

Kathy Kaufmann

April 23, 2020

My deepest sympathies to Carole and The family, Have so many wonderful memories of growing up on the farm only3/4 of mile from Jim’s family!!lMy thoughts and prayers are with you all!


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