Vivienne Frances Urban (née Weber)

May 20, 1929 - May 26, 2022

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Service Details

Funeral Mass: Livestreaming Available
2:00pm – Saturday, June 25, 2022
St. Bruno Roman Catholic Church
Bruno, Saskatchewan

Interment: 
Saturday, June 25, 2022
St. Bruno Roman Catholic Cemetery
Bruno, Saskatchewan

Memorial Donations:

St. Bruno Parish Cemetery Fund
PO Box 328
Bruno SK S0K 0S0
Phone: 1-306-369-2235

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Obituary

Vivienne was born on May 20, 1929, to her parents Joseph and Rosa (née Scheffler) Weber in the Bruno District. Her life was spent in the local area, except for a time in her young adult years when she moved to Saskatoon to work at a bookstore. Until then, she grew up on the family farm, attended school in Bruno, and worked for neighbours with housekeeping and childcare. After going to a dance with Karl, they dated for five years, and were married on June 10, 1953. As it said on their 60th wedding anniversary card, “some honeymoons never end,” and their married life together was just shy of 69 years. Vivienne was never without something to do. She took meticulous care of her home, garden and yard, and her flowers and birds both brought her joy. Quilting, crocheting, knitting, and rugmaking were some of her creative pastimes, but painting was her favorite. Socializing with family, especially the grandkids, at Wakaw Lake, fishing and visiting, and making time for her weekly Rumoli rounds were special for Vivienne. In her younger years, she could be found helping with CWL functions, serving funeral lunches and the annual fall supper. Hosting get-togethers with “the Gang” for birthdays and anniversaries, or snowmobiling, and holiday meals with family, were all highlights for Vivienne. In the last few years, she was glad for drives in the country when she could look for wildlife, keep an eye on the combining and seeding, and stop at the farm for a visit. If you dropped in at her place, she always had a plate of goodies and a coffee to share. Known as a “one of a kind woman,” Vivienne always had well kept hair and clothes and a way about her which gave her a little spark and let you know she was glad to be a part of life, and all that living brings. With her death, the Weber family is now all together again, as Vivienne was the last surviving sibling in her family. She is survived by her loving husband Karl; her son Glenn and his wife Elaine (née Serblowski); her grandchildren Trevor (Joslyn), and Lindsay; her great-grandchildren Charlee, and Dalton; and by numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her parents Joseph and Rosa (née Scheffler) Weber, and all her siblings, and in-laws.

 

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