Tubman Funeral Home

224 Company Ave, Fort Qu'appelle, SK


Rudy Czemeres

December 3, 1936December 11, 2019

On Wednesday Dec 11, 2019 Rudolph Raymon William Czemeres passed away peacefully at the Regina General Hospital surrounded by family. Rudy was born Dec 3, 1936 to Edward Czemeres and Edith Halbgewachs in the Radant SD south of Dysart the third child of four.

He is predeceased by his father Edward, mother Edith, step-mother Annie, nephews Wesley, Lance, Great Niece Jenell Czemeres, sister-in-law Lois Czemeres, and in-laws Steve and Mary Stan.

Rudy is survived by his loving wife Beverley, 2 sons: Russell (Regina), Derek (Dysart), daughter Lisa (Paul) Loeffler (Minot ND), 2 Grandsons Tyler Loeffler (Allison Bignell), Jonathon Loeffler (Calgary); his brothers Alvin (Regina), Wilbert (Beth)(Cupar), one sister Bernice (Jerry) Schulhauser, sisters-in-law Vivian (Lloyd)Morcom (Fort Qu’Appelle), Donna Davies (Regina), and Aunt Josie Czemeres (Saskatoon) and numerous nephews, nieces and cousins.

Rudy attended school to Grade 9 at Radant, Grade 10 in Lipton and Grade 12 in Dysart. He attended Teachers College in Moose Jaw in 1955, eventually obtaining his B.Ed. in 1970. Rudy proceeded to teach for 35 years. In 1955 Rudy met Beverley Stan by accident. He then married Bev on August 20, 1960. He started a family and continued his teaching career at this time. His first school was a one room school called Kilshanning, south of Cupar. He then went to Cupar for 4 years and finally Lestock for 30 years. While in Lestock he was Principal, Vice-Principal and Grade 5 teacher. He served as Counsellor in the Saskatchewan Teachers Foundation for 30 years and was awarded an Honorary Life membership in the STF when he retired in 1992. Rudy was involved in the Lions club, Lestock and District Sports, Lestock Curling Club, Lestock Red Sox Fastball, Lestock Arena, Lestock Co-op Association, and Lestock Parish Council. Rudy also enjoyed golfing at the Punnichy golf course. Once Bev was able to retire they moved to Fort Qu’Appelle in 2002 where he resided until his passing. Rudy spent his mornings at the Valley Bake Shop enlightening his coffee friends. The rest of the time he enjoyed going to the cottage, fishing, fixing almost everything and visiting with family.

Arrangements in care of Tubman Cremation & Funeral Services 1-800-667-8962



  • Funeral Mass Saturday, December 14, 2019


  • Interment to be held at a later date


Rudy Czemeres

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Angie Devers-Gold

December 18, 2019

I was so sorry to hear of Rudy's death. He was my teacher for 4th, 5th and 6th grades. He was a great teacher and loved by all. He attended my parents' anniversary a few years ago and it was such a nice surprise to see him again.
My sincere condolences to the family. I would have liked to be there in preson for the service but travel constraints precluded me from attending.
Angie Gold
Austin Texas

Curtis & Kim Czemeres

December 14, 2019

We were saddened to hear of “Uncle Rudy’s” passing and our thoughts and prayers are with Aunt Bev, Russell, Derek, Lisa , Paul and the boys. We always enjoyed catching up over coffee during our trips back to the homeland. Uncle Rudy always had a kind word, some good advice as well a genuine interest in how we were doing. We loved hearing him tell us about his family and how proud he was of everyone. He will be missed.

Gary Hoffman

December 14, 2019

My wife Valerie and I would like to express our deepest condolences to Bev and their family in this time of grief. Rudy will be sadly missed. We cherish our memories of our days with them when I worked at the R.C.M.P. Detachment in Punnichy and Bev worked in the office.

Bob Nabiss

December 14, 2019

Our thoughts are with you and your family. Bob and Sheran

Debbie Meyers

December 13, 2019

Over the many years we knew the Czemeres, their family became very dear friends with our family. Everyone who knew Rudy also knew he loved to talk. I heard my father comment more than once that "Rudy sure likes to talk", but I think my father gave him a run for his money!
Rudy you were always my honorary Uncle and I will miss you.

Beth & Bob Jessop

December 13, 2019

The man could dance! It was a pleasure to watch Bev and Rudy on the dance floor. We always enjoyed his according playing as well.

He was an asset to the teaching staff. My children both enjoyed him as a grade five teacher.

Deepest sympathy to Bev, Russell, Derek, Lisa & families.