Zita Sandor

December 24, 1926March 28, 2021

Zita Mary Sandor was born on December 24 1926 and completed her life on earth, March 28, 2021 at the age of 94.

She was predeceased by Calvin Mile and by her parents George and Mary Diebold.

She is survived by her husband Paul Sandor and her sisters Georgina Barsi and Theresia Brown. Also Zita and Calvin's children Lois (Bob) Brickley, Jean (Lanny) Sostorics, Tara (Doug) Wilhelm, Alan (Amy) Mile; grandchildren Lora (Andrey) Mazur, Linc (Dee) Brickley, Mark (Deyaliz) Sostorics, Colleen (Ken) Rumsey, Karen (Rob) Baron; great-grandchildren Balin and Kira Mazur, Renn and Sybil Brickley, Dagny Sostorics, Luke and Grace Zita Rumsey. Also survived by numerous cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.

Zita was a master of cryptogram and sudoku puzzles and a life time member in the CWL. She possessed a gentle and humble spirit truly living by the motto "If you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all."

A family funeral mass will be celebrated in St. Ann R.C. Church, Kennedy on Wednesday, March 31, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. by Rev. Felipe Faustino. Livestreaming of the service will be available with the link below.


  • Family Funeral Mass

    Wednesday, March 31, 2021



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Lil Cross

April 9, 2021

Jean, Lanny and families... deepest sympathy on the loss of your mom. Losing a parent, no matter the age, hurts the heart. May your memories sustain you.

Terry & Bonnie Velestuk

April 3, 2021

Our condolences to Paul and family. We remember fondly the kindness of Zita and Paul when Terry was manager of UGG At Inchkeith. We always enjoyed running into them at Whitewood coffee shop, and having a visit. Zita definitely lived by her motto, she always smiled and was kind soft spoken and caring. She was a treasure and will be remembered!

Shery Duke

April 2, 2021

To Lois, Jean, Tara, Allen and families and Paul. Please accept my sincere condolences in the passing of your mom. I always remember her as a happy, pleasant little lady. Always helping with 4-H and always attending mass in our church. May she Rest In Peace.

Ann Jalbert

April 1, 2021

Sending Paul my biggest hug. Zita truly was his angel, they always seemed so happy. I have been gone many years, but I will always remember Zita's smile and her laugh and I can still hear her voice. Heaven has truly gained a beautiful lady and a wonderful friend.

Bernie a d Ed Hourd

April 1, 2021

Our deepest sympathy to all of Zita's family!

Doug and Joyce Leibel

March 31, 2021

I spent many summers with Aunt Mary, Uncle George, Zeta, Georgina, and Terry and Paul. I loved it on the farm being from the city(Regina). I helped Calvin to stoke and drive his small tractor. I stayed with Zeta and kept their girls busy with my silly antics. Poor Georgina and Adam got stuck with me when I was too much for Aunt Mary to handle.
Later on we made several visits to Kennedy to visit Paul and Zeta . On one occasion Zeta thought it was a great idea to stay overnight at the farm. What a memorable experience for me after all the years. I can honestly say I’ve always loved the Diebold family. They taught me so much as a teen and thanks to Aunt Mary and the dance hall at Kenosee Lake (Clark’s?) I loved to dance. God bless all of you and hopefully we’ll see each other after this Covid crisis ends! Doug

Murray & Linda Puffalt

March 31, 2021

Our thoughts and sympathy go out to Zita's family. We remember fondly our time with Lois and Jean a few years ago when Dave and Lenore stopped in for a visit.

Joe Molnar

March 31, 2021

Got to know both Zita and Paul, when I had the cafe, very faithful customers. Our sincere sympathy to all of Zitas family, and to her husband Paul. May she Rest in Peace, a life well lived. Joe , Donna and family.

Lenore and Dave Olson

March 31, 2021

Thinking of you all. I remember Aunt Zita making meals for us at the old home place. Happy memories!

Edgar Barsi

March 30, 2021

Our condolences goes out to all the Family members. Edgar and Sandra Barsi