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Dorothy Baum

Obituary

Mrs. Dorothy Baum of Medicine Hat, AB, formerly of Swift Current, SK, passed away peacefully in her sleep on Friday, February 7, 2020 at the wonderful age of 93 years.  She leaves to mourn her passing her children: Vicki (Conrad) Schuster, Joanne (Len) Bueckert, Leslie Mae Stamm, and Debbie (Brian) Rollman.  Her adored grandchildren: Shawn (Kelly) Schuster, Fawna (Rodger) Schuster Yauck, Greg (Natalie) Bueckert, Kerry Bueckert, Raven Stamm, Robert Lewis-Erick, Robin (Scott) Fuchs, and Trevor Thibault.  Her great-grandchildren: Quinton (Alisha) Dahl, Tara Schuster, Konrad Schuster, Sidney Schuster, Megan (Ryouta) Matsuzawa, Rachel Schuster, Cassie Schuster, Zachary Lambert Bueckert, Xavier Bueckert, Wyatt Bueckert, Braiden Thorburn, Zachery Lewis-Erick, Emily Fuchs and Izak Fuchs. Great-great grandchildren: Emmitt Dahl, James Dahl, Chihiro Matsuzawa.  Brothers: William (Perla) Cameron, Robert (Bonnie) Cameron.  Sister-in-laws: Iva Cameron, Judy Cameron, and brother-in-law Paul Yurchyshyn; numerous nieces and nephews, and special friends the Richardson family.  She was predeceased by her husband Victor Baum; son Keith Baum; father hugh Cameron; mother Violet Cameron; sisters Francis Diegl, Annabelle Yurchyshyn, Elizabeth Mattice, Jennie Jansen, Joanne (in infancy), and brothers Leslie Cameron, Alex Cameron, David Cameron, and John (in infancy); sister-in-law Dorothy Cameron; brother-in-laws Charles Deigl, Len Mattice, and Jim Jansen.  Dorothy was raised on the farm in the Neidpath district.  She loved the outdoors, sports and farm life.  Although, after marrying she became a city girl, the farm lessons of hard work went with her.  She was a great cook and baker.  She loved to sew, crochet and knit.  She loved to read and even after she became legally blind would listen to audio books.  She always had a large garden.  Many a jar of vegetables, pickles and fruit were canned.  Her perennial garden and potted flowers were spectacular.  She worked for the Southside Co-op for twenty-one years where she put to good use her kitchen skills.  After her son died she moved to Medicine Hat to be close to her daughter, where she resided until her passing.  Although she suffered from many health issues she never complained and always said there was nothing wrong with her.  The Celebration of Life was held on Saturday, February 22, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Annette Taylor officiating.  Donations may be made to CNIB, 1149 8th St E, Saskatoon, SK S7H 0S3; Heart and Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan, 1738 Quebec Ave, Unit 26, Saskatoon, SK S7K 1V9; Kidney Foundation of Canada, Saskatchewan Branch, 1-2217 Hanselman CRT, Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A8.  Warren's Funeral Home were entrusted with the arrangements. For further information call 306-773-8831 or 1-800-267-6606 or visit our website at www.warrensfuneralhome.com and express your sympathy on the family tribute wall.

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Services

Celebration of Life
Saturday
February 22, 2020

2:00 PM
First United Church
223 3rd Ave. N.E.
Swift Current, SK S9H 2G6

Donations

The Heart and Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan
1738 Quebec Avenue, Unit 26, Saskatoon SK S7K 1V9

Kidney Foundation of Canada - Saskatchewan Branch
1 - 2217 Hanselman CRT, Saskatoon SK S7L 6A8
Tel: 1-306-664-8588

CNIB - Saskatchewan Division
2160 Broad Street, Regina SK S4P 1Y5
Tel: 1-800-563-2642

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