Tubman Funeral Home


Margaret Jillian Gerhardt

August 29, 1940April 2, 2021

Jill Gerhardt (nee Marshall), beloved wife of Gerry Gerhardt, passed away peacefully in Kipling LTC on April 02, 2021 at the age of 80 years surrounded by family.

Jill was born August 29th, 1940 in Wawota, SK. She became a legal secretary and lived briefly in Regina before marrying Gerry Gerhardt in June of 1962 and lived in Kipling, SK thereafter.

She was predeceased by her father Walter Marshall and mother Lena Marshall (Steele) as well as her identical twin sister Jacie Olson (2001).

Jill is survived by her husband Gerry, her son Bob and his spouse Tammy Flanders, her son Scott and wife Michelle Gerhardt (Baun) and their 17 year old daughter Shae Gerhardt (granddaughter).

Jill was a caring sweet lady who will be missed dearly.

A graveside service will be held at a later date.

If friends so desire, donations may be made to a charity of choice.


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


Margaret Jillian Gerhardt

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Cathy Kreuger

April 9, 2021

Dear Gerry, Scott, Bob and Family,
Don and I were saddened to learn that Jill had passed away. We know she has had a struggle with her health over the last several years. May she now have rest.
When my parents purchased our cottage at Kenosee, the Marshalls were our neighbours. In those early years, both Jill and Jacie were often called upon to come over to babysit us kids. In later years, with Gerry & Jill, there were many neighbourhood parties and many many good laughs. I'll always remember Jill as a gentle, kind and wise soul. May you have comfort in knowing she is now in heaven with many good people around her.
Sincerely, Cathy Slezak Kreuger

Sandi Olson

April 6, 2021

Uncle Gerald, Bob, Scott and family, I was so sad to hear the news of aunt Jills passing. I have such great memories of spending time with you all out at the lake and in Kipling at Christmas. I remember playing scrabble with your mom and Jacie many times on the little cottage kitchen table and many a campfire out at the Greyt place cottage. Jill was so warm, lovely, sweet and always welcoming. She will surely be missed.
I was so happy to see her this past summer at Dave’s Memorial, a sad occasion but it was so great that she was able to attend. It meant so much to Krista and I. It was so good to see her again!
My heart goes out to you all. Love and hugs!
Sandi Olson

Larry Rollack

April 6, 2021

I only had the pleasure of meeting your parents when we were neighbours so, so many years ago, so although I did not know her as well as others had the privledge too, I can tell beyond a doubt that she must was an incredibly supportive and wonderful Mother to have raised such an outstanding son and gentleman as you Scott. That "chip off the old block" as they say, obviously resonates through the ages and is as accurate as one can imagine. You're so blessed to have had such a loving and wonderful Mom (and Dad) to raise you and inflict their ideals and ethics into your upbringing and that has obviously made you the gentleman, friend to me, Father to Shae, spouse to Michelle, and provider for your family. I know this feeling and sentiment is true to all who know you.

Jackie and I are so sorry for your families loss, but trust in knowing that she is in a better place now and will always be in your heart and minds. Cherish the fun and happy memories and celebrate her life.

All our love...