Tubman Funeral Home


Loretta Moyse

August 20, 1940November 20, 2021

Loretta Odelia Moyse, of Sedley, SK, beloved wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother passed away peacefully at the age of 81 years under the light of the full moon. The angels came and guided her to heaven early on Saturday, November 20, 2021.

Loretta was predeceased by her son Darryl Moyse; her parents George and Monica Weinberger and brothers: Andy, Lorence, Paul and Kenneth.

She will be lovingly remembered by her husband Richard of 64 years; her daughter Maxine (Keith McKellar), grandsons Kyle (Bri’Anne) and Kory; son Keith Moyse, granddaughters Dawn Moyse and Tanya (Devan Mitchell); son Ross Moyse; son Lee (Gwen Moyse), grandchildren Eric Price (Tali Bessey), Olivia (Cody Statham), and Sam; daughter Tammy Moyse, grandsons Tyler Zaba (Lindsay Ledingham) and Mitchell Zaba (Dorris) along with 12 great-grandchildren. She will also be missed by her brother Ronald Weinberger (Helen), Richard’s family and numerous nieces, nephews and dear family friends.

Loretta was born on August 20, 1940 in Regina, SK. When she was 13 years old, she moved to Sedley, SK where she met Richard. She was a devoted wife, mother and loving grandmother. Loretta resided on the family farm all of her life where she farmed alongside with Richard and raised their family. She loved sewing, crocheting and quilting. She drove school bus, chauffeured many a hockey team around the prairies over the years. She was also on many town boards and committees throughout her life. She loved singing with the church choir and sang with the Sweet Adelines for many years.

We are grateful for the care she received in her last few weeks in Regina Pasqua and Indian Head Hospitals.

The funeral service will be held in Our Lady of Grace Church, Sedley, SK on Saturday, November 27, 2021 at 1:00 p.m.

In lieu of flowers and for those wishing, memorial donations can be made to the charity of your choice.


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Myrna Jacob

November 28, 2021

My condolences Dick and family. So enjoyed any visiting with Loretta. She will be missed by all.

Kary ogilvie

November 27, 2021

To uncle Dick and family so sorry for your loss may Auntie Loretta rest easy now. Sending our deepest condolences to you all

Brian & Deleyne Weinberger

November 25, 2021

So sorry for your loss, but it’s not goodbye, it’s till you meet again.
Our prayers are with you all.
God Bless
Brian and Deleyne Weinberger

Anita Weinberger

November 25, 2021

Loretta: the kindest, most considerate person I have ever met. I consider myself a very fortunate person for having known her and being her sister-in- law. Rest in peace 💗
To Dick and family: my deepest condolences.

Stacey Mustatia

November 24, 2021

Loretta was always quick to offer help and was grateful for the service others gave. I appreciated her friendly smile and her efforts to always take the time to chat when I saw her in the community.
My condolences to the Moyse Family

Lynn & Dieter Pelzer

November 23, 2021

"To live in hearts we leave behind, is not to die." Our deepest sympathy Dick on the loss of the love of your life. We're so saddened to hear this news, our hearts go out to the Moyse and Weinberger families. Though we have been away from Sedley for years now Loretta was one of those people you never forget.

Lynn & Dieter Pelzer

Antonette Morley

November 23, 2021

Lord please grant Loretta Eternal Rest!
You were a wonderful friend and neighbour!
My deepest condolences to Dick and family!

Ron and Helen Weinberger

November 23, 2021

Rest In Peace Loretta, you will be sadly missed by all that knew you. So many memories, too numerous to mention. Deepest Sympathy’s to Dick and all the family.

Darin Hoffman

November 22, 2021

My condolences to all, I have great memories of her warm smile and laughter…Rest In Peace Loretta and now you are with my dear friend Daryl 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

Kory McKellar

November 22, 2021

As her favorite grandson ( never said it but we all know) I have so many amasing memories. But my favorite absolutely has to be when I brought my daughter Payton home to the farm for the first time when she was four. They always had an amasing relationship and on this particular day it was beautiful sask weather. Lots of sun with a nice breeze. Payton ask grandma if she would walk with her while she road the big wheel that we all grew up on. Grandma laughed and said "of course!". I assumed they would just go around the yard but to my surprise they headed straight out the drive and towards town! They must have made it 2/3rds there and back! To this day I don't know what they talked about but ill tell Yu since the first words came out my daughter's mouth she's never stopped! So off they went Payton talking grandma's ear off and back they came her still gabbin away! I have never seen smiles like that! I miss you grandma! Me and Payton send you all our love! Thank you for being such an amasing influence in mine and my daughter's lives!