Dyck, Agatha

Agatha Dyck (nee Peters)

1922 – 2013 

Agatha Dyck sqAgatha Dyck aged 90 years of Morden, Manitoba, passed away at Boundary Trails Health Centre in the early hours of April 1, 2013. 

Agatha was born on August 31, 1922, the seventh of eleven children born to David H. Peters and Helena (nee Kroeker) Peters. She is survived by three remaining siblings, sisters Mary and Betty, and brother Henry. Agatha trained in Winnipeg in the 1940s as a nurse, and then worked at the Freemason’s hospital in Morden.  She married John Dyck on June 23, 1946. After raising their children, she returned to nursing at the Morden General Hospital until her retirement. 

Agatha is survived by her three children, Linda Ann (Ken Wiebe), Ronald James, and Sharon Rose (Turner), five grandchildren, Trevor Wiebe, Makenzie George (Andrew), Dustin Turner (Natalie), Meghann Turner (Carson Koller), Stephanie Mackenzie (Nathan) and nine great-grandchildren, Lucas, Alexandra, Jacob and Madeline Turner, Avery and Cadence Mackenzie, Kenedie and Ryker George and Isla Koller. She was predeceased by her husband John in 1988. 

A service in celebration of Agatha’s life was held at the Morden Alliance Church on Saturday, April 6, 2013, with interment at Chapel Cemetery in Morden.

Many thanks to the staff at Boundary Trails who cared for mom so graciously, and thanks also to Pastor Paul from the Alliance Church and Kiley from Wiebe Funeral Home for your assistance. Donations may be made in honour of Agatha to MCC Missions or Boundary Trails Health Centre Palliative Care Program. 

Wiebe Funeral Chapel, Morden

In care of arrangements

wiebefuneralhomes.com

 

#1 Bob & Grace Fehr 2013-04-04 12:24
Linda we are so sorry to hear of the loss of your mom. Our thoughts are with you and your family during this sad time.
#2 Ken and Doreen-Ruth Dick 2013-04-06 10:15
Dear Family of Agatha Dyck: We just realized that this wonderful lady was your mother, and we are sending our sincere sympathy to each one of you, but especially to Sharon, who we got to know when we brought her home from Sask, from Uncle Harry and Aunt Anna, May the Lord be with all of you and please know that we are Praying for you. May the Lord help each one of you today as you say so long to your Mother. Prayerfully, Ken and Doreen-Ruth Dick- Carman
#3 gloria lavallee 2013-04-07 22:07
So sorry to hear about Aunt Agatha...you are all in my thoughts. Sorry I could not be there for the funeral.

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