Mary Vidomski

of Yorkton and formerly of the St Philips District passed away at the age of 90 years on June 16, 2017 in Yorkton, SK.

A   Mass of Christian Burial was held on Saturday, June 24, 2017  from St Stephens Roman Catholic Church.

Interment  followed at the Riverview Cemetery.

Mary was born in the St Philips District on August 21, 1926 to Helen and Michael Fisher. On November 23, 1944 she married Philip and together they started the family farm near Bear Stream school district. They were blessed with four children Louis, Dennis, Phyllis and Lyle.

Mary was a dedicated farm wife. While her family was her priority, she was an avid gardener and especially enjoyed her numerous flowers. Crocheting and knitting were her favorite hobbies. She was exceptionally talented and her talent shone through every project. Mary was a very
giving person by nature and always extended her warm hospitality to all who came to visit. She adored little babies. She had a wonderful sense of humor and was known for her kindness and gentleness.

Mary is survived by her sons; Louis (Dianne) and Lyle (Paulette), a daughter-in-law; Janette, son-in-law Ken; seven grandchildren; Kevin, Scott, Shane (Ashley), Liza (Nando), Amanda (Brenden), Cory (Krista), Roland (Laura), twelve great grandchildren; Kayden, Joshua, Sierra, Bryce, Tony, Lee, Ava, Ivy, Hayden, Ryker, Donavan and Dominic, her brother; Linard (Julie) Fisher and numerous nieces and nephews.

She is predeceased by her parents, her son Dennis, her daughter Phyllis, her husband Philip, 2 sisters and 8 brothers.

Though we lay her to rest today, we celebrate her life so well lived and know that she will always remain in our hearts and memories.

If friend’s so desire donations in Mary’s memory may be made to a charity of one’s choice.

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  1. Edward Philip Vidomski says:

    to my cousins aunts and uncles i am so sorry to hear about Grandma passing she was such a awesome and strong lady you swear she was made out of iron with how tough she was i will always remember Christmas time at the farm with the huge Christmas dinners she used to make I Love You Grandma with all my heart hope that you finely can relax

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