Tubman Funeral Home


Linus Bernard Meyer

July 27, 1933December 1, 2020

Linus Meyer “Uncle” was born in Lebret, Saskatchewan on July 27, 1933, youngest child of John and Elizabeth Meyer.  He was predeceased by his parents and 8 siblings.  

The family made several moves around the area before settling on the farm north of Sintaluta.  Linus worked at various jobs before eventually joining his brother Clare farming north of Indian Head.

Linus was a favorite uncle to his numerous nieces and nephews.  He was a talented small engine repair man and enjoyed carpentry as well.  He received great joy from helping others and was always willing to lend a hand.

Linus also became well known and made a lot of friends through the Curling club and the Elks of which he was very active member. Linus loved curling and was active in men’s, mixed and seniors leagues. He travelled to many bonspiels in Saskatchewan and travelled out to BC to curl as well.  Another past time he enjoyed a lot was playing cards with friends and family.  

He will be missed by his many coffee buddies, various friends he made throughout the years and the restaurant staff that got to know him.

Linus was a determined man!  He was proud of the fact that he regained his independence after a heart attack in 2012.  Although he needed care for a short while, after this he was able to resume living on his own right up to a few short months ago when he returned to live in Hayes Haven.  

Donations in memoriam may be made to the Cancer Foundation of Saskatchewan, 200 - 4545 Parliament Ave, Regina, SK S2W 0G3 or The Heart and Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan, 1738 Quebec Ave Unit 26, Saskatoon, SK S7K 1V9 or St. Josephs R.C. Church, Box 68, Indian Head, SK S0G 2K0.  


  • Public Graveside Service

    Saturday, July 24, 2021


Linus Bernard Meyer

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