Tubman Funeral Home


David John Stoker

October 24, 1951July 8, 2021

Our love has withstood the hand of time. You are my rock and I have been yours. We have laughed and cried together many times.

The greatest and proudest moments were when the boys came. Sometimes it was a struggle but somehow we always got through them.

John went on to become an EMT and works in Cupar. He met a wonderful girl named Carla and they were married on July 10, 2010.

Carla has a Bachelor and a Master’s degree in Biochemistry and works for Occupational Health and Safety with the Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace in Regina.

They have a pug named Mocha. She is our traveling partner and loves her truck rides. We take her everywhere we go, but she is not spoiled.

They also have a farm by Qu’Appelle and they have cows and horses.

When Mila came along she was your princess. She was your shadow and mine. The house was so full of laughter and joy for the both of us.

You rode bikes with her which she loved that and seemed like it was always, "Grandpa and I are going to the store Grandma!" They were off on a mission to get chocolate milk or stop at the mall for an ice cream.

Then came Keiara the second bundle of joy for us, although my leg was bad we didn’t get to see her as much as we would have liked. So we missed out on her antics but David was very proud of her.

Steven went to school at DeVry in Calgary and has a Bachelor of Technology in Electronics Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering Technology. He has flown all over the world with his job.

He always said he wanted to travel on someone else’s dime and has done it. He works for Weatherford and right now he is in Hanover, Germany.

A funeral mass for David will be celebrated in St. Joseph's R.C. Church, Indian Head, Saskatchewan on Saturday, July 31, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. by Rev. Francis Hengen.


  • Wes Spurrier, Pallbearer
  • Bill Jones, Pallbearer
  • Clifford O'Brien, Pallbearer
  • Doug Arnelien, Pallbearer
  • Bradley Braithwaite, Pallbearer
  • Glen Runge, Pallbearer
  • Sharon O'Brien, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Dianna Runge, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Garth McCullagh, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Ron Wittmaier, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Bob Ferguson, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Van Quach, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Gordon Adler, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Rance Amyotte, Honorary Pallbearer


  • Funeral Mass

    Saturday, July 31, 2021


David John Stoker

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Gordon and Audrey Stopanski

July 31, 2021

Colleen, John, Steven and families
May you find comfort in your faith and in knowing that many thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.
Take care.

Jan Beattie

July 30, 2021

You might get two messages from me, because I already thought I had sent one! No matter, my thoughts & prayers have been and are with you Colleen, John & Steven... this is your 'old' friend & neighbour "Mr. Beattie"... at 906! Let's have tea together again, OK?

Rhonda And Darryl McGregor

July 24, 2021

Dear Auntie Colleen, cousins John, Carla Steven, Mila and Kiera
Our deepest condolences and blessings of comfort to all of you in this chapter of your lives. We never really know what life has planned and death almost always shakes us.
When I/we think of all the wonderful memories of Uncle David there are so many to try to capture. He was a genuine, kind, helpful, hardworking individual-ALWAYS there to lend a hand to so many no matter who they were or what the task was. He shared his many mechanical talents and conditioning/refrigeration knowledge with the town of Indian Head and for towns all around the area. He had a very good work ethic with the many years of service with saskpower and sask energy never once did we hear him complain about going out on a call to restore someone’s power in the cold of a winters night. (Auntie Colleen you often going to keep him company 😌)
Uncle David will always be remembered for his gentle laid back style getting things done one by one steady and forward-be it cutting 20 turkeys, spit roasting pigs, helping to cater an event, KofC breakfasts and fundraisers he was there with a smile and a steady helping hand!
In particular Uncle David enjoyed the simplicity of life family gatherings, camping, wiener roasts and fires, wrapping unique Christmas presents, trains and mechano sets(anything to build), music, shows, little road trips, good meals, and of course driving round stopping for a quick coffee to show off pictures or stories of his boys or his precious granddaughters or simply watching the farmers and their growing crops. Lastly, but definitely worthy of mention his outstanding Won Ton soup, and campfire breakfasts-which auntie Colleen you helped with along side-we truly loved it all-and will sincerely miss him-He was a WONDERFUL Uncle and his memory will be played on! He is at peace and his light will shine the way for you all!
Love and hugs
Darryl and Rhonda McGregor

Pat Jardine

July 23, 2021

Deepest sympathy to Colleen, John, Steven and family and friends. So sorry to learn of Daves’ passing. Treasure your memories. RIP Dave.

Marla Swanson

July 20, 2021

I am so sorry to hear of David's passing. We worked many years together. He was one of the kindest people I knew. Thinking of you all at this time. My deepest sympathy.

Perry Gurski

July 19, 2021

Deepest condolences to Colleen and the boys on Dave's passing. He was the happiest, easiest going guy that I have ever had the pleasure of working with. He will be missed by all.

Sharen Howey

July 16, 2021

Condolences to Colleen and family for the loss of Dave.sending hugs

Harold and Marianne Gill

July 16, 2021

Our deepest condolences Colleen, John, Steve and families. Dave will be missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him. May your memories get you through this most difficult time. God Bless 🙌

Garth Inouye

July 15, 2021

Colleen and family, we are so sorry for your loss. Dave will be missed by the whole community. May you find comfort in the love and friendship of those around you.
Garth and Joy Inouye

Russell Lang

July 15, 2021

Sorry to hear about your loss Colleen and family. I had a lot of fun at work with Dave. He could fix anything! Oh he loved ice cream. Dave was an easy going guy. We will miss him. Cherish the memories.
Russell and Annette Lang