1933 - 2022
Heartbroken we announce the passing of our Wilbert. He was born on the farm near Rush Lake,SK and raised in the Herbert area before relocating to Biggar in 1958. He married Linda Pryor a few years later, their strong love recently celebrated on their 55th anniversary. Linda and Wilbert raised three daughters who were the light of his life. Wilbert farmed for the first half of his life which remained a lifelong passion. His strong work ethic brought him many jobs in Biggar including a janitorial business, mail run and garden digging. Rooted by his faith in God, his life was characterized by love, gentleness, putting others first and always a smile!
Wilbert is predeceased by: his parents George and Mary Dyck; brothers David and Arthur Dyck; sister Clara Giesbrecht; and numerous in-laws, nieces and nephews. Left to mourn are: his wife of over 55 years Linda (Pryor) Dyck; daughters Diane (Dyck) and Ron Boldt with children Alex and Vanessa, Gail (Dyck) and Vince Desjarlais, and Melanie (Dyck) Perry with step-daughters Kaitlin Ulliac and Shannon Perry; sisters Margaret Schroeder and Bernice Rode; and extended family and in-laws.
Family is grateful for the care he received from hospital and care home staff, including Dr. Muller, Dr. Stryker, and RUH Neurology team.
Memorial donations can be made to The Kidney Foundation of Saskatchewan.
Public service 1 pm on Saturday, May 14 at Biggar Associated Gospel Church.
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Kidney Foundation of Canada, SK Branch
#1-2217 Hanselman Court, Saskatoon SK S7L 6A8