Shelly Wiebe Obituary – Shelly Wiebe, the beloved daughter of Roy and Twyla Wiebe and the youngest of ten children, passed away peacefully on Friday, December 15, 2023, at her home. Her loving sisters and the Elmwood family surrounded her during her final moments.
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Shelly’s presence radiated warmth and joy, earning her the nickname “our sunshine.” Despite facing numerous challenges in her life, she proved to be a resilient fighter who excelled in various aspects, including sports and active participation in Special Olympics. Shelly took pride in her work at Columbian Industries in Cudworth and later at Cosmopolitan Industries and Kinsmen Manor in Saskatoon.
A charismatic individual, Shelly was known for her candid and straightforward approach. She had a knack for telling it like it was, endearing herself to others with her honesty. Her life’s journey taught valuable lessons about love, kindness, and respect for all people. Shelly’s priorities were clear – family and friends were at the forefront of what mattered most to her. She left an indelible mark on those who knew her, making the world a better place by simply being in it.
Shelly’s family expresses deep gratitude to her Elmwood Residence Family for their exceptional care and support during her final years.
A Celebration of Shelly’s Life is scheduled for 10:30 am on Saturday, December 23, 2023, at McNeil Fitness Centre behind Kinsmen Manor (2012 Arlington Avenue, Saskatoon). In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to Elmwood Residence Inc at elmwoodyxe.ca, ensuring that Shelly’s legacy continues to positively impact the lives of others. As they bid farewell to their “little sister,” Shelly’s family finds solace in knowing that her light will live on in their hearts forever.