Lisette Brown

Lisette Andrea Brown, aged 89, of Swift Current passed away January 16, 2018 at the Meadows in Swift Current, Sk. The memorial service was held at 1:30, January 19, 2018 at the Elmwood Golf Club. The guitarist is Travis Wiebe. The Readers were Joey Weinrich and Evan Guenther. The internment service will be held at a later date. She is survived by; Husband of 60 years Joey Brown, Daughter Bette Ann Weinrich and Grandson Joey Weinrich and wife Angela Weinrich, Great grandson Noah Weinrich and Great granddaughter Layla Weinrich; Granddaughter Sheila Turgeon and husband Trent Turgeon and Great Granddaughter Daelyn Turgeon and Great Grandson Tyce Turgeon; Granddaughter Lindsay Weinrich and partner Jordan Hiebert; Daughter Gwen Guenther and husband Ross Guenther; Granddaughter Andrea Brown and husband Wade Brown and Great Granddaughter Mya Brown, Great Granddaughter Amy Brown, Great Grandson Jax Brown and Great Grandson Lee Brown; Grandson Evan Guenther and partner Hanna Ly and Great Grandson Cameron Guenther, Grandson Garett Guenther and wife Jaimee Guenther and Great Granddaughter Emmy Guenther; Son Allan Brown; Grandson Andrew Gillis-Brown and partner Sophie, Granddaughter Jacie Wiebe and husband Travis Wiebe, Grandson Dyllan Gillis-Brown and Granddaughter Shanna Gillis-Brown and partner Sadie. Her sister Ruth and husband Russell Hornfelt and sister Barbara Irvine. Her brother Wilfred Rodenberg and wife Alice Rodenberg, sister-in-law Vi Tangen, and brother-in-law Olaf Asbjornhus. She was predeceased by her parents Herman and Linda Rodenberg; sister Elaine Asbjornhus; Brothers-in-law Don Swift, Ray Irvine, Harold Grinder and Melvin Tangen; sister-in-law Rubel Grinder and son-in-law Harvey Weinrich. Lisette Andrea Brown (Rodenberg) was born on Sept 18, 1928, in the Kinloch district near Kelvington, SK. She attended Kinloch School and later took a secretarial course in Regina, Sk. After spending a few years in British Columbia she moved back to Saskatchewan in 1956. She married Joey Brown on October 12, 1957 in Kinloch, Sk. They settled at Joey's family farm near Neidpath, SK where they farmed and raised livestock for nearly 40 years. Lisette spent her days at the farm tending to her large garden, reading and raising her 3 children. With children came grandchildren who also have fond memories of their time at the farm. The farm house was a meeting place for family and neighbours to gather and share a meal and a good visit. The coffee pot was always percolating on the stove waiting for whoever would come calling. Lisette moved with Joey to Swift Current in 1995, family was still near for visiting. Lisette spent a lot of her time on the phone talking to ensure that no one lost touch. She was always documenting her family's life events and was always current with their lives. As she struggled with her health in recent years she fought with a gentleness and grace that left many of us thinking that perhaps it may have been too much. Through it all she never complained and made sure her family was cared for before her passing. Lisette stayed with us long enough to ensure Joey's return to Swift Current to be with his sister Violet. The family wishes to acknowledge the wonderful care that Lisette received at the nursing home in Mankota and just recently at House 18 at The Meadows. In her memory, memorial donations may be made to the Salvation Army or the Swift Current S. P. C. A. Warren's Funeral Home in care of the arrangements. For further information please call 306-773-8831 or visit our website at www.warrensfuneralhome.com and express your sympathy to the family in our book of condolence.

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