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Jeanette Semchuk

Jeanette Marion Semchuk (Martin)

Saturday, June 11th, 1932 - Thursday, September 26th, 2019
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Jeanette Marion Semchuk (nee Martin)
June 11, 1932 – September 26, 2019
Age 87

Jeanette was predeceased by her husband of 40 years, Robert Semchuk.

Jeanette is survived by children Candice (Bill) Harrison, Rodney Semchuk, Leslie (Lynn) Semchuk and Karen (Roy) Hildebrandt; grandchildren: Allison Donally, Kathleen Donally, Alyssan (Kyler) Gauthier, Cheryl (Robb) Hunter, Riley (Jaimie) Semchuk, Josh (Tamara) Hildebrandt, Rebecca (Greg) Bajus; great grandchildren: Lexi Hunter, Dexter Semchuk, Charlotte Semchuk, Harrison Semchuk, Fergus Semchuk, Eli Hildebrandt, Carter Hildebrandt and Jake Hildebrandt.

Born in Empress, Alberta June 11, 1932, to Francis Xavier Martin and Georgina Sousey. Shortly after her birth the family moved to Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan where Jeanette resided until moving to Saskatoon in 1992 after the death of her beloved husband, Robert.

As a young girl of 13, she met Robert Semchuk who stole her heart and whom she later married on January 26, 1950. In the summer of 1950, the newlyweds moved north to a one-room cabin near Lost Lake in northern Saskatchewan where they spent their days monitoring forest fires at the top of a fire tower and playing endless games of Canasta. During their time off they enjoyed fishing and countless campfires. That autumn they moved back to Meadow Lake and resided behind Robert’s brother Martin’s grocery store. After one miscarriage they were blessed with three children, Candice Brenda (1952), Rodney Grant (1954) and Leslie Drew (1956). Soon after they purchased a home from Robert’s brother Walter and it was there in 1959 that Karen Lee was born completing their family.

Jeanette loved the outdoors and gardening. She and Robert spent countless hours fishing, hunting and golfing. It is the latter in which she won many trophies in local golf club tournaments.

A private family service will take place in Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan.

Deb Heidinger with Hall Funeral Services, Redvers assisted the Semchuk family.
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Cecile Martell

Posted at 11:39am
To Jeanette's family I wish to extend my deepest condolences. Jeanette leaves us all with a great loss as she was a super person, a great Mother I am certain, but as I knew her a great friend. Her love to laugh is for me a great loss. When I needed a good belly laugh I knew that I could go for a visit and we could share great laughs and maybe even a big glass of wine. May she now rest in peace in the arms of her Lord and Savior. Jeanette suffers no more. She now enjoys her heavenly reward. Jeanette, I will miss you. I relive the night you left your home for the last time, you gave me that last laugh and a high five. Not once did you ever complain about any of your sufferings and pain. It was always, "I am good." Goodbye dear friend. I love you.
 
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Karen Hildebrandt Posted at 01:28pm

Thank you Cecile for your loving words. Mom cherished your friendship so much too and spoke so fondly of you many times. It was always comforting for me to know that you were so close by if she needed help or someone to laugh with. We will miss her so much but know that she is whole again and at peace with her Lord ❤
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