Funeral Services for the late Joseph Klub of Yorkton, will be held on Friday, February 19, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. from the Chapel of Christie's Funeral Home. Interment to follow at Yorkton Memorial Gardens Cemetery.Friends so wishing may make donations to the Yorkton & District Nursing Home as tokens of remembrance.Joseph (Joe) Klub, of Yorkton, died peacefully at his residence in Wallace House on February11, 2010, at age 82. Family and close friends wish to express gratitude to those at the Yorkton & District Nursing Home for the care and attention given to Joe during the final years and days of his life. Joe was predeceased by his beloved sister, Mary and her husband, Gilbert; his parents, Eva and Dmytro Klub; his sisters, Anne and Katherine; his brothers, Mike and Harry (who died at the age of thee years) and his sisters-in-law, Betty and Mary. Joe will be lovingly remembered by family members living in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia including his brothers, Harry of Blind River, ON and Bill of Burnaby, BC; his nieces, Alice, Adele (Jack) and Susan (Terry); his nephews, Daniel (Pam), John (Jan), Bob (Gwyn), Edward, Terry (Lucy), many grand nieces, Jennifer, Solanna, Meagan, Elisa, Laura K., Laura S. and grand nephews, Rob, Steven, Leif, Miles, Daniel, Joshua, and many beloved friends and neighbors. Joe was born on April15, 1927 at home on the Gronlid family farm, near Melfort. He completed his pubic school education in Gronlid. After graduating from Teachers' College in Saskatoon, and teaching a short while, Joe returned to the family farm where he worked hard for twenty-five years. Failing health forced Joe to move to Yorkton in the 1970's where he lived with sister, Mary and her husband Gilbert. As his health deteriorated, Joe became a resident first at the Anderson Lodge, and later the Yorkton & District Nursing Home. Joe especially loved cars, music, nature, flowers, children, and animals. On a warm summer evening, he loved to sit on the front porch, visiting, watching Yorkton automobiles parade by on Broadway Avenue, and sometimes enjoying a game of catch with nieces, nephews and neighborhood children. He greatly appreciated visits with family, neighbors and friends, who were always very important to him.