Harold Bieber

September 7, 1930February 14, 2021

Harold Bieber was born in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan on September 7, 1930 and passed away in Lakeside Nursing Home in Wolseley on February 14, 2021.

He was predeceased by a daughter Marilyn in infancy; his wife Bertha; parents Charles and Helen Bieber; sisters Martha Machmer and Irene Patzwald and a son-in-law Robert Akins.

He is survived by his daughters: Vickie Akins, Gail Brook (Mylles), Helen Gwilliam (David), Gloria Siwy (Joseph) and sons Richard Bieber and Michael Bieber. He is also survived by numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren as well as many nieces and nephews.

The family extends heartfelt thanks to the staff at Lakeside Nursing for the excellent care that Harold received where he was a resident for the past 15 years.

A family graveside service will be held at a later date.

Memorial donations may be made to the Zion Lutheran Church, Box 68, Wolseley, Saskatchewan.


  • A family graveside service will be held at a later date.


Harold Bieber

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Brian & Gail Blaney

February 24, 2021

Gail, Helen and family of Harold:
Our deepest sympathy on the passing of Harold. Keep those precious memories close. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time.

Rick & Sharon Norwig

February 21, 2021

Our deepest sympathy to all of Harold's family on your loss.

Diane and Jerry Banbury

February 19, 2021

Our condolences to you all.
Comfort...tears....strength .... calm... peace
All things in your own time 🌹

Christine madeley

February 19, 2021

Reinhold and I offer our deepest sympathy to harold's family. Especially to Gail , Helen and their families

Claude Noels

February 19, 2021

My sympathy to all the Bieber family.Harold and I worked several years together at Ed Jackson’s bulk fuel depots. . We. spent a lot of time together hunting and fishing.
Rest in peace my friend.

Tamara Leland

February 18, 2021

One memory I have of grandpa is that he would rarely call me by my real name.... he called me Sophia Loren. At 6 I had no idea who that was! Haha. Even on my wedding day he came up to me and said, you’re still Sophia Loren to me!☺️❤️
Rest well Grandpa!
Love Tammy

Lisa Tarr

February 18, 2021

Grandpa had a beautiful singing voice and at Christmas and Sunday service his voice would would carry above the congregation. I can still hear it in my memory, and remember how when I heard it I felt at home.

Helen Gwilliam

February 18, 2021

One of my favourite memories of dad was when he first back to Wolseley and he was in the hospital awaiting a bed. Here are notes from my “dad” journal.

“I was so physically exhausted today that I did not want to go to the hospital, however when I walked into the room he thanked me profusely for bringing up his clothes and coming to see him.
When it was time to go he walked me to the door and said “I love you”. I hugged him tighter and he said, “you’re such a good woman.” I got tears in my eyes and his face was sad as he pointed to his eyes and said “me too.” These are kisses from God, soon there may be no communication.”