Caroline Amelia (nee Woydon) Koski

September 28, 1936 - December 25, 2021

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Service Details

Prayer Service: Livestreaming Available 
Thursday, December 30, 2021 – 7:30pm
Schuler-Lefebvre Funeral Chapel,
627 – 7th Street, Humboldt, SK

Funeral Mass: Livestreaming Available 
Friday, December 31, 2021 – 10:00am
Holy Rosary Roman Catholic Church,
LeRoy, SK

Friday, December 31, 2021
Holy Rosary Roman Catholic Cemetery
LeRoy, SK

Memorial Donations:

Heart & Stroke Foundation
1738 Quebec Avenue,
Saskatoon, SK, S7K 1V9
Phone: 1-306-244-2124
Visit: Heart & Stroke Foundation


Caroline, the oldest of three children, was born to Anton and Annie (nee Pavelich) Woydon on September 28, 1936, in Kenaston, SK. She attained
her Grade 8 education at Hillage View Country School. While attending school, Caroline also helped on the family farm. She worked in private
homes prior to getting married, and took care of the children of some nurses in Kenaston. During that time, Caroline met Joe Koski, who was a grain buyer
for Pioneer Grain. They were married on November 6, 1956, and spent their time between Kenaston and Sinnett. Four children were born to them: Tony,
Wayne, Wynne and Craig. Caroline was a busy homemaker and helped Joe on the farm as well as tending to the needs of their children. After the children
were done school, she started working at Lerose Lodge in LeRoy. She was employed there until Joe became sick and then she became his full-time care
giver. A community minded person, Caroline was on the Rec Board and chairperson of the Drop In Centre, taking care of bookings right up until she
moved to Humboldt at the beginning of December. As well, she crocheted and knit mitts, socks, and doilies for all her family, and when she wasn’t
providing for her family, she knit and crocheted for the neo natal unit and many other charities. Caroline loved to play bingo and cards, particularly Crib,
Whist, Rummy or whatever anyone wanted to play. She was known for her delicious bread and, especially, for her kindness, generosity, and warm smile.
Caroline will be lovingly remembered and sadly missed by three children, eight grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren: Tony’s children,
Devon and Darnell; Wayne (Carmen) and family, Joey (Tracy) and children Brayden and Braxson, and Kristin (Brad) Umpherville; Wynne
(Kelly) Fetter and family, Kendal, and Chelsea (Connor Robertson) and children Gunner and Boden; and Craig (Joanne) and family, Janna (Reed)
Jasper and children Paisley and Ryker, and Jaylene (Austin) Kwasnica and son Henry. She was predeceased by her husband, Joe Koski; son,
Tony Koski; parents, Anton and Annie (nee Pavelich) Woydon; brother, Carl Woydon; sister, Helen Cruikshank; and in-laws of the Koski family.

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