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Emma Ziebart

Emma Ziebart

July 20th, 1930 January 1st, 2020

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Obituary for Emma Beatrice Ziebart (Derzaph)

Emma Ziebart died peacefully on the 1st of January 2020 at the age of 89. She is lovingly remembered by Joseph, her husband of 66 years. Emma leaves behind her children, Lynn (Dwain) Fauser and Mark (Derilee) Ziebart; grandchildren Evan, Rachel, Nicole and Rebecca Fauser, and Joseph and Jacob Ziebart. Emma is survived by her sisters, Lydia Jan, Frances Cameron, Marie (Leo) Giesenger; brothers in-law, Jerry (Jean) Ziebart and Bill (Linda) Ziebart; and sister-in-law, Florence Ziebart.

Emma grew up with nine brothers and sisters on the family farm near Fox Valley, Saskatchewan. She later moved to Medicine Hat where she graduated from St. Theresa’s Academy in 1948. Joe and Emma were married at St Patrick’s Church on a beautiful fall day in 1953.

Emma, a talented seamstress, created wonderful Halloween costumes for her grandchildren. She was an avid gardener and gifted cook whose meals frequently brought her family together. She will be remembered by her family, friends and coworkers as fun-loving and cheerful with a kind word for everyone.

Emma’s family would like to thank the lovely staff at River Ridge Expressions for their compassion in caring for her for the past six years. A formal service is not planned. Condolences for the family may be sent at www.saamis.com or to condolences@saamis.com subject heading Emma Ziebart.

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jim and merle derzaph

Dearest Uncle Joe, Lynn, Mark and families, Sorry to have heard of such a beautiful ladies passing. Her smile would warm the world. She was a fun loving wife,mother, grandma and a friend to all.Keep her memories near your hearts forever. Love and Prayers to all. Jim and Merle Derzaph
Comment | Posted at 11:56am via Condolence
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Thom McCormick

Rest in Peace dear Emma. Prayers to Joe and your whole family. Tom McCormick
Comment | Posted at 11:43am via Condolence

Faye Keil

So very sad to hear of Aunt Emma’s passing. She was sister to my grandmother, and always smiling and a joy to be around! My deepest condolences to Uncle Joe, Lynn, Mark and families. Hugs, Faye (Lacher) Keil
Comment | Posted at 06:18pm via Condolence
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Jody Ziebart

Auntie Emma was always kind and such a beautiful woman (inside and out). I will always remember her smile and soft demeanour. My heartfelt condolences to Uncle Joe, Lynn, Mark and their families.
Comment | Posted at 05:16pm via Condolence
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Sharon Black

My sincerest condolences to the family. Emma was my Godmother (baptism sponsor). I am the daughter of Adam and Anne Derzaph.....With sympathy, Sharon (Derzaph) Black.
Comment | Posted at 07:02pm via Condolence
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