Anne  Ogren

Anne Ogren (Zuk)

Sunday, March 9th, 1924 - Wednesday, February 26th, 2020
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It is with great sadness that we announce the death of a beloved mother, grandmother and great –grandmother, Anne Ogren of Melfort. She passed away at Parkland Place on February 26, 2020.
Anne, the first child of Kasian and Tekla Zuk, was born on March 9th, 1924 in the Ukraine. She came to Canada with her parents to the Gronlid area in 1930. They farmed in the area and she attended Taelman School, Gronlid School and completed her grade 12 at Nutana Collegiate in Saskatoon. She then attended Teachers’ College in Moose Jaw. She taught school in Pontrilas followed by Pine Torch School in 1943 and 1944. This is where she met Henry. They were married in July 1946.
In 1947 they moved to Hamilton, Ontario where Anne continued to teach school and Henry worked at the International Harvester Plant. In 1949, the prairies lured them back to Gronlid where in 1950 they began farming one mile east of Gronlid and began raising a family.
In 1957, they moved into Gronlid where they operated a general store and SGI insurance agency. They continued farming and the insurance business after the store was sold in 1977.
Henry and Anne retired in 1998 and rented their land. In 2002 Henry and Anne moved to Melfort where Anne continued to reside after Henry’s passing in July, 2004. In January of 2006, Anne moved to Parkland Place where she resided until her passing. She remained keenly interested and involved with her family to the end, always offering advice and counsel.

Anne was predeceased by her husband Henry.
Anne will be lovingly remembered by:
• Sonja (Lyle) Matt, Regina
o Derek (Dione) Matt- Carson, Blake, Regina
o Janel Matt(Cory Longhurst)- Annistyn, Braunlyn, White City

• Jerry Ogren, St. Albert
o Dean Ogren, Calgary
o Juliana Ogren , Edmonton
o Kevin Ogren, Edmonton

• Nick (Cathy ) Ogren, Saskatoon

• Karen Ogren (Mike MacInnis), Penticton

• Milt (Colette) Ogren , Saskatoon
o Jasmin Ogren, Saskatoon
o Megan Ogren, Saskatoon

• Brother Bernie (Ruth) Zuk, Saskatoon
o Evan (Joelle) Zuk, Saskatoon

Anne also leaves to mourn her passing a host of nieces and nephews.
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Service Details

  • Service

    Monday, March 2nd, 2020 | 2:00pm
    Monday, March 2nd, 2020 2:00pm
    Fedusiak Funeral Chapel
    306 Saskatchewan Drive West
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    Rev. Emmanuel Menyereye
  • Reception

    Fedusiak Funeral Chapel
    306 Saskatchewan Drive West
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Lorne and Barb Larson

Posted at 01:08pm
Anne was a wonderful friend to mom,Edith, in Parkland. We will miss our visits and coffee with her. Our sincerest sympathy to Anne’s family.

Chelly Ewanus

Posted at 08:25am
Passing on our condolences to all of Anne’s family. Boris and Sheila enjoyed many visits with both Henry and Anne over the years.
Myron and Chelly Ewanus

Cheryl & Brian Betterton

Posted at 12:45pm
Milt, Colette & Family
Sincere sympathy to you at this difficult time. We got to know your Mom when my Mom (Hazel Solberg) and your Mom were residents at Parkland Place. My Mom was just down the hallway from your Mom .... they would check in with each other every day ... sharing the latest news and passing along the newest issue of the weekly Coffee Mill. They became good friends and now they are able to read Heaven’s version of the Coffee Mill together. May your many memories bring you comfort at this time.
Sincerely Cheryl & Brian Betterton.

Linda (Ogren) Karst

Posted at 08:38pm
To all Anne's family....
On behalf of all our families ( Eric & Teen's) I want to send you our deepest condolences on the passing of your mom & grandma
Anne. Remembering how many years ago we would go to Gronlid for a visit.... we were thrilled when your dad would
take us downstairs to their store & tell us to help ourselves to any chocolate bar we wanted. I remember thinking that
Uncle Henry & Auntie Anne must be so rich to be able to afford to give us all those chocolate bars.... back then I think our
weekly allowance would've been 25 cents. Another thing I remember what a good cook Anne was... everything was always
so delicious.
So take care & sending our love & wishing you peace & comfort as you face the difficult days ahead. Now you will be able to
take comfort of knowing that your mom & dad are together once again.

With our deepest sympathy,
Linda (Ogren) Karst
Lloydminster ab.

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