Linda Lou Shauf

July 15, 1950February 12, 2021

Linda Lou Shauf late of Weyburn, Saskatchewan passed away February 12, 2021 at the age of 70 years.

Linda was predeceased by her parents, Clarence and Thelma Brothen; brothers, Dalmer Brothen, Peter Brothen and Lester Brothen.

Linda will be loved and missed by her son, Dwight Shauf of Weyburn, SK; daughter, Tammy Shauf of Regina, SK; father of her children, Donald Shauf of Weyburn, SK as well as many nieces, nephews & friends.

At the request of the family, A Celebration of Linda’s Life will be held at a later date.

“Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, Love leaves a memory no one can steal”

Donations in memory of Linda may be sent to The Weyburn Humane Society at PO Box 1062 Weyburn, SK S4H 2L3.


  • At the request of the family, A Celebration of Linda’s Life will be held at a later date.


Linda Lou Shauf

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Ingrid Bjork

February 21, 2021

Your mom was a very friendly lady who loved to visit with everyone. I knew her from her Radville days, but first met her at a Radville school district sports day at Foster’s Grove , which is now Oungre Memorial Park. I , of coa
rse was older, but was competing for Colgate Centralized School . Sincere sympathy to you Tammy, Dwight, and Don and all the Brothen family. Cherish the memories!

Kirk Torkelson

February 20, 2021

Linda and I were the same age and Ive known her since I was 8yrs old. Her dad Clarence would sell my dad farm equipment and were good friends. So I would see Linda once and while through the years. In later years I would run into her in Weyburn and visit a little. She would sometimes tell how she straighten out the world. I will remember those visits, Rest in Peace Linda, you will be missed.

Dallas Turner

February 17, 2021

Sorry to hear of Linda's passing. My Dad Jack used to work at the Cockshut dealer ship with your dad in the mid 60's. Linda was the same age as my brother Roger (deceased)in 2013. Linda used to work at the Café in down town Radville for a long time. She had a real good sense of humor. Wishing all the best in the future for her family she leaves behind.
Dallas Turner
Edenwold, Sask.

Roxann & Randy Nast

February 17, 2021

Our sympathies to Don & family’s.

Cindy Thompson (marcil) (bakaluk)

February 17, 2021

Linda you sure will be miss by everyone that knew you.I got to meet you through your kids and their dad you were a wonderful person that lived a full life rest in peace tell we meet again

Alvina Moore

February 17, 2021

I remember you from a long time ago. You will be missed by all that has known you. RIP Linda.