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Jean Ressler

September 26, 2018

Jean Ressler, age 75, passed away Wednesday, September 26, 2018 at the Cypress Regional Hospital in Swift Current, SK. Jean was born April 30, 1943 to George & Anna Neigum in Empress, Alberta. After high school, she completed a hair dressing course in Regina, SK and married Albert Ressler on July 16, 1962 in Mendham, SK. Throughout several moves she balanced her time between home making, child raising and hairdressing from home before they settled in Cabri for retirement.

Jean was an avid curler, which saw her win Elks Provincials. In the summer she loved to golf and go camping. Jean loved being a mother and was especially thrilled to become a grandmother, there was no better way to spend her time than with her grandkids and friends. Jean was also a fighter, she battled cancer and made it her mission to raise over $35,000 for cancer research. She will be dearly missed by those who knew and loved her.

Jean is survived by her husband of 56 years, Albert Ressler; her children, Shelly (Steven) Mitchell, Rick (Cindy) Ressler, and Nancy (Phil) Beaulieu; her grandchildren, Colton Mitchell (Clarissa) and Paige Mitchell, Carmen Ressler (Krista), Declan and Grayson Ressler, Cassie (Mathew), Isabelle, and Johnathan Stimson, and Braydon Knittel (Hailey), Gaige Knittel, Danielle (David), Arleigh, Isla Korven, Melina, and Laticia Beaulieu; her brothers, Harvey (Cheryle) Neigum, Donald (Donna) Neigum, and Gary (Loraine) Neigum; her numerous nieces and nephews; and by her extended relatives and friends. Jean was predeceased by her parents, George & Anna Neigum; her brother, Milton Neigum; her nephew, Travis Neigum; parents-in-law, John & Elenor Ressler; and by her in-laws, Rose and Norm Wig, and Henry Ressler.

The Prayer Service for Jean Ressler was held on Thursday, October 4, 2018 at 7:00 pm from St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church, Cabri, SK with Deacon David Hagel officiating. “Peace in the Valley,” “Hail Mary,” “Come to the Water,” and “How Great Thou Art” were sung by the congregation under the leadership of David Hagel. Special music was brought by David Hagel and Paulette Hadden. The Private Family Funeral Mass was held Friday, October 5, 2018 from St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church, Cabri with Father Anthony Padayatty serving as Celebrant. The Public Celebration of Life Luncheon was held at 1:00 pm from Cabri Community Hall. The Private Interment Service will be held at a later date from Cabri Cemetery with Jean’s Grandchildren, Carmen Ressler, Mathew Stimson, Braydon Knittel, David Korven, Colton Mitchell, and Melina Beaulieu serving as Honorary Pallbearers. In memory of Jean Ressler, donations made to the Cabri Hospital Auxiliary would be appreciated by the family.

A message from Jean:

Please don’t cry for me, for I am fine.

I met with Jesus and He served me wine!

I was so relieved to fill my lungs with air,

I felt free and happy, until I looked down there.

I saw you all, with heads bowed and tears in eyes,

My heart ached for you and I, too, cried.

I sat with each of you and I held your hand,

But now I am ready to lay somewhere in the sand.

I am free now; my body gives me no pain.

Even though my body is gone, my love for you remains.

And yes, I will save a spot for you!


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