In Loving Memory of Sadie Annabella Yuers

Born December 31, 1915 Wartime Saskatchewan
Passed Away October 16, 2001 Rosetown Saskatchewan
Age 85 Years

Sadie leaves to cherish her memory her son Ron (Jeanette) Yuers of Richmond, B.C. and their children Kari Yuers; and Kevin (Tracey) Yuers and their daughters Sidney and Brooklyn all of Tsawwassen, B.C.; her daughter Patricia (Jim) Drummond of Ottawa, Ont.; and her son-in-law Terry Elliott of Agassiz B.C. and his children Heather (Darren) Carey of Saskatoon, Sask. and David (Linda) Elliott and their daughters Melissa and Christina of Calgary, Alta. She was predeceased by her daughter Helen Elliott in June 1993, her parents George and Catherine (nee Campbell) Locke, and her brothers Joe, Neil and Art.

Funeral Services: Saturday, October 20 2001 @ 2:00 p.m.
Rosetown United Church, Rosetown, Saskatchewan

Officiant: Reverend Jan Coffey-Olson

Organist: Gloria Nickell

Poem: Her Granddaughter, Heather Carey

Ushers: Darren Carey, Bob Paulls

Active Pallbearers: Kari Yuers, Kevin Yuers,
Heather Carey, David Elliott,
Darren Carey, Bob Paulls,

Honorary Pallbearers: "All Those Who Shared In Sadie's Life"

Memorials:Wheatbelt Centennial Lodge

Interment: Rosetown Cemetery, Rosetown, Saskatchewan

Following the interment the family cordially invites
everyone to join them for lunch in the Lower Hall.

Clement's Rosetown Funeral Home
    Pierre A Charpentier, Director

Heather Elliott's poem read at the funeral (written June 28, 2001)


I love you for the beautiful sunflowers at the farm
For the swims in the dugout where you carried me In your arms.

I love you for letting me help you with supper
I lied when I said mom let me peel potatoes at home
you trusted me with a knife.

I love you for the freedom you gave me, allowing me to grow,
forgiving me my faults and always helping me to overcome my shortfalls.

I love you for the home, the one which remained consistent throughout my life. Your openness with me about how life can do you wrong.

I love you for your faith, one that no matter our religious differences, transcends the maternal generations

I love you for your smile, always quick and bright always able to make me feel special.

I love you for always being there for me, no matter what. But most of all...

I love you for my mom.