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Marie Terese (Terry) Woloschuk (nee Bourdois)

Marie Terese (Terry) Woloschuk (nee Bourdois)

Born In: Rosthern, Saskatchewan, Canada
Born: March 23rd, 1928

Passed in: Carlton, Canada
Passed on: March 19th, 2019

WOLOSCHUK, Marie Therese (Terry) (née Bourdois)
Marie Therese (Terry) Woloschuk was born March 23, 1928 in Rosthern, SK and returned by cutter to the family homestead in Carlton, SK with her mother and father shortly thereafter. She died March 19, 2019 after a life well lived. Terry was predeceased by her husband Roman Andrew (Andy) Woloschuk. She is survived by her daughter, Lorie-Anne Woloschuk (Mark Congram; Megan and Bradley Congram), son, Michael Woloschuk (Kathy Hill; Christopher, Jordan and Matthew Woloschuk), and daughters Donna Woloschuk, Carol (Cameron) Bergen and Annette Brockman (Darren; Keenan and Zachary). Terry was witty and loved to tell stories. She remembered everyone she ever met and was able to place people in family trees whether they lived in Saskatoon, Duck Lake or even Michigan and Brittany, France. She was the original Ancestry database. There wasn’t a craft that Terry wouldn’t try. She loved painting landscapes and the occasional still life, knitting or crocheting numerous afghans, making art from deep fried buttons, and turning dried apples into apple head dolls. Terry’s proudest moments as an artist were being invited to hold two exhibitions of her artwork at the Prince Albert Art Center, and the sale of several paintings at Stonebridge Crossing Retirement Community, where she lived until her death. Her children and grandchildren will forever hold her in their hearts. A private family memorial and interment will be held at a later date. Expressions of sympathy may be sent to the family by visiting www.hillcrestmemorial.ca Donations in Terry’s memory may be sent to the Heart and Stroke Foundation (26-1738 Quebec Avenue, Saskatoon, SK S7K 1V9) Arrangements entrusted to Jamie Rugg.




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