Centre for Rural Community Leadership and Ministry

Memorials

Brown/Duholke

Memorial to Jeremy Brown and Donald Duholke

Jeremy was the oldest son of Pam and Scott Brown (Thorsby AB), born in Saskatoon in 1982.  Jeremy had Cerebral Palsy and was completely physically handicapped all his life.  His mind was quite alert and he had a non-verbal communication system that he used.  He died at 20 from secondary complications.

Donald was born in Stony Plain in 1932.  He was Pam's father.  Donald owned his own insurance business and lived in Calgary for many years.  He died of Lou Gehrig's disease on his 70th birthday.

Both Jeremy and Donald were dedicated churchmen participating fully in many levels of church life.  Blessed be their memory.

CiRCLe M would like to express its sincere gratitude to Pam and Scott Brown for their generous donation to the Centre, in memory of Jeremy and Donald.

 

Schnell

Remembering our Rural Ministry Heritage -
Memorial to Dr. R.F. (Bob) and Janet Schnell

Dr. R.F. (Bob) Schnell was Professor of Old Testament and Principal of St. Andrew’s College from 1943 – 1978.  The lives of Bob and Janet Schnell were rooted in rural Saskatchewan.  They are remembered for the way they shared with everyone a love for people, a love of music, and a tender, thoughtful and gracious quality of spirit.  Students and colleagues and members of church and (Saskatoon) community found their lives enriched by his scholarship and their deep sense of ministry.

 

Wiig

In Honour of Rev. Dennis Wiig

CiRCLe M would like to express its sincere gratitude to Ursula Wiig for her generous donation to the Centre, in memory of Reverend Wiig.