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Current Services

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Gerald Rosenberger

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September 15, 2019


Raymond Hofmann

Raymond Hofmann

September 14, 2019


Dianne Olchowski

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September 11, 2019


John Kerbrat

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September 10, 2019


Arthur Vanderlinde

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August 24, 2019


Agnes Binsfeld

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August 21, 2019


Dennis Nagy

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August 20, 2019


Jeanette Joa

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August 15, 2019




Welcome to
Schuler-Lefebvre Funeral Chapel

Dedicated to Those We Serve.

Established in 1992, Schuler-Lefebvre Funeral Chapel is truly dedicated to those they serve. Our caring and professional staff will assist with every detail during your time of need. Private consultation in an understanding manner is second nature to us. With a genuine respect and gratitude we will work with you to ensure your wishes and those of your departed loved one are carried out carefully and efficiently. Please call today or stop by our location and visit with our friendly staff members.

We are located at:
627 - 7th Street, Humboldt, Saskatchewan Phone: 306.682.4114

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 2379,
Humboldt, Saskatchewan
S0K 2A0

Testimonials

"Thank you for your professionalism, all the kindness and support shown to me and our families at the time of Greg's passing and in the months following. You are all very special people and are very much appreciated."
Kathy Franko
Watson, Saskatchewan

Grieving & Healing

During your time of sorrow­ we are pleased to offer a series of grieving articles. Please click below for an archive of support articles, updated monthly.

All Grieving & Healing Articles

Monthly Featured Article:
Dealing with Death: A Guide for Survivors