Wiebe, Katie

Katie Wiebe (nee Dyck)

1929 - 2012 

wiebe_katie_sqOn Thursday August 2, 2012 at Boundary Trails Health Centre, Katie Wiebe, aged 83 years of Winkler, MB formerly of the Zion school district went to her eternal rest. 

She leaves to mourn her husband Jake P. Wiebe of Winkler, children Ethel and Al Schroeder, Les and friend Isabella Polimeni, Walt and Heather, Harold and Cathy and Laurelly and Timothy Adshead; grandchildren Becky, Francis (Cathy), Amy (Aaron), Matt (Jac), Anthony (Shayla), Carla (Colin), Eric, Heidi (Troy), Naomi, Elise, Aedan, Niamh, Christopher and Sean; and great-grandchildren Travis, Cole, Noah, Scott, Xavier and Aria. 

She was predeceased by 3 sisters Rosie, Annie, Mary and 2 brothers, George in infancy and John and is survived by brothers George (Esther), Art (Carol) Bert, Alfred (Audrey) and brother-in-law Wendelin Mann. 

A celebration of God’s faithfulness in the life of Katie Wiebe was held at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday August 8, 2012 at the Mennonite Brethren Church in Winkler. A private family interment took place prior to the service at the Winkler Cemetery.

The family would like to express our deep appreciation to Dr.Carol Holmes and Dr.Bob Menzies for their compassionate care . We would also like to say thank you to the nursing staff on the Medical ward and palliative care at the Boundary Trails Health Centre, for their kindness and care to Mom. Also, thanks to the staff of the Winkler M.B.Church, and pastors Phillip Vallelly and Terry Dueck for their support to both Mom and Dad, especially in the past 9 months. Thanks also to former pastor Dale Warkentin for his involvement with the family viewing and interment. Many thanks to the family and friends who have supported, visited, and prayed for Mom and Dad and the rest of the family through these difficult months. We are very grateful.  If friends so desire donations can be made in Katie’s memory to either the Gideon Memorial Bible Plan or the Family Life Network. 

Wiebe Funeral Home, Winkler

In care of arrangements,



#1 Ted & Mary Goossen 2012-08-06 09:32
Our thoughts and prayers are with Jake and the family as they mourn the passing of a dedicated wife and mother.
Katie has always been a great encourager to us through our ministry years and a prayer warrior.

Mary enjoyed singing with Katie as part of the Winkler MB double trio.

We will always remember her ready smile and gracious manner. She modelled Christ-likeness to us and her strong faith in Jesus was an inspiration to us.
“Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord from now on.” “Yes,” says the Spirit, “they will rest from their labor, for their deeds will follow them.” - Rev. 14:13
#2 Pat Gerbrandt 2012-08-09 10:53
I remember your mother as a truly beautiful woman - a woman of grace and gentleness. As Ted and Mary said so well, her smile was always ready - well used, generously shared. May God grant you HIs sweet comfort, and His blessings as you carry on the rich faith heritage that is yours.

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