FRANK, Adolph

ADOLPH FRANK - April 28, 1915 - Nov. 7, 2011 - Adolph's journey ended with family at his side.  God was faithful to him in life and gracious to him in death taking him home peacefully as he slept. He was born in Horsham, Saskatchewan. Marrying the love of his life, Olga Fauser,  together they farmed the family homestead for 25 years before joining staff as a carpenter at Prairie Bible Institute in Three Hills, Alta. Semi-retirement took him to Salmon Arm where he built homes and enjoy

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METZGER, Robert John

ROBERT JOHN METZGER - MARCH 12, 1934 TO - NOVEMBER 13, 2011 - We lost the one we loved suddenly on November 13th after a brief stay in the Red Deer Hospital. Bob spent his childhood in Carbon, Alberta and lived and worked in the Red Deer area for most of his adult years. He enjoyed the experiences he gained from employment in a variety of jobs, most notably delivering welding supplies. As a result of his many jobs and his gregarious and outgoing nature, Bob made many friends. Bob was predecease

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ROTHFUS, Annie

Annie Rothfus passed away Monday morning, November 7th, 2011 just short of her 96th birthday. She was born on December 25, 1915 near Richmound, Saskatchewan to John and Matilda Raaf. She was married to Jacob Rothfus in Saskatchewan where they operated a mixed farm. Early in their married life, through a radio ministry, Annie accepted the Lord as her personal Saviour. Mom and Dad desired that their children should have a Christian education, therefore they moved to Three Hills, Alberta in 1952.

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TOEWS, Walter Harold

Walter Harold Toews was born Aug 21, 1925 in Ste. Anne, Manitoba, the 3rd of 6 children to Henry G. and Anna Toews. The family moved to Sunnyslope, Alberta in 1929 to a small farm 1 km east of the Village, where Walter attended the Salem School . It was at Sunnyslope that Walter learned and loved to play Baseball and Hockey with his friends, who nick named him "Baldy". Summers were filled with Baseball Tournaments, League games and lots of good food, fun and fellowship. In winter came the maki

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