Jean passed away in peace and with no pain on May 17th, 2019 at the Josey House in Yorkton, Sask.
Jean was born May 25, 1930 in MacNutt, Saskatchewan to Adolf and Lydia (nee Fandrich) Laube, the youngest of three children. She attended school at Eden school (north of Saltcoats, Sask.) where she achieved grade eight. She liked school but loved the outdoors more, which included gardening, the farm animals and as well as birds and wild life.
Jean’s strong faith in the Lord was her guide, comforter, healer and steadfast foundation.
She loved people and being with them. For a time she was a distributor for Avon, which she excelled at and thoroughly enjoyed.
Jean was predeceased by her mother Lydia, father Adolf, husband of 47 years Allan Weinmaster, brother Erwin, brother in-law Donald Angus, as well as number of brother and sister in-laws from the Weinmaster family. There were a number of aunts, uncles and cousins that went before Jean.
Jean will be greatly missed by her sister Freda Angus of Yorkton; son Kenneth (Joanne) Crosson, White City, Sk.; daughter Judith (Wesley) Becker, Flaxcombe, Sk.; five grandchildren and fourteen great grandchildren, a number of sister and brother in-laws from the Weinmaster family and many aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and neighbours.
There are likely many stories and fond memories that you have of Jean and we wish for you to share them and always remember them when you think of Jean.
Jean spent a very short period of time in Toronto working at the Erwin Toy Store. The first thing she bought was a small toy bank (we still have it) so she could save up enough money to come back to the farm in Saskatchewan. This lets you know how much she has always enjoyed the farm and outdoors.
A funeral service will be held for Jean on Thursday, May 23 at 11:00 am from the chapel at Christie's Funeral Home in Yorkton.