Wieler, Helen

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Memorial service will be held at 11:00AM on Tuesday May 28, 2019 at the Winkler EMMC. Viewing will be from 1PM-6PM on Monday at Wiebe Funeral Home, Winkler. Interment at 10AM prior to the service at the Winkler Cemetery. Donations may be made in Helen's memory to Children's Camps International.

Helen Wieler (nee Friesen)
1924 - 2019
On Friday May 24, 2019 with family members at her side, Helen Wieler, 94 of Salem Home went home to be with her Lord and Saviour.
She was predeceased by her husband, Jacob D Wieler in April of 1996. She is survived by two daughters and four sons and their spouses, 16 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren: Elaine and Ron Enns (Michael and Juli, Chris and Lori Penner), Menno and Susan (Alison and Taylor Newell, Candace and Cody Johnson), Lorna and Bernie Goertz (Andrea and Benjamin Lee, Bryan Goertz and Candace Borcharding, Carolyn and Jordan Fuchs, Jessica Edwards, Leslie Goertz and Max Pruden), Lesley and Sharon (Nicholas, Matthew), Leonard and Denise (Jordan and Krystelle, Regan), Ray and Dorothy (Kerri and Tomm Penner, Cody and Nadine). She is also survived by one sister, Mary Braun of Altona, one brother-in-law, one sister-in-law and several Wieler in-laws.
Mom was born November 24, 1924 in Reinland, Manitoba. She was baptized on her confession of faith in May of 1942 in the Sommerfelder Church. She married Jacob D Wieler on June 15, 1947. They remained in Reinland until 1969, at which time they moved their dairy to the Mason S.D. and continued farming. Their retirement in 1980 saw them move to Winkler. Once away from the work of the farm, she looked for different areas of service. Mom and Dad became house parents for the boys’ dorm of the Winkler Bible School for four years. During her Winkler years she enjoyed her volunteer work at the MCC thrift store, Harvest Maids and Winkler Bible Camp cook. Mom’s love of gardening, canning and cooking where at the heart of her gift of hospitality. She loved visiting with family and friends and sharing meals. She enjoyed reading cookbooks, always looking for something new and exciting to prepare. Her greatest desire was to see her family come to love the Lord as much as she did. Her prayers were many and her faith firm. On the date of dad’s funeral, her journal entry read: “See you in heaven, my dear husband”.
Ephesians 2 v 10.
"Helen Wieler was God's workmanship created in Christ Jesus to good works,
which He had prepared in advance for her to do."
Task complete!
 
 
Wiebe Funeral Home, Winkler
In care of arrangements
wiebefuneralhomes.com

 

#1 Curt reimer 2019-05-27 21:48
What a great freind,many memories of them at WBI,and church,gonna miss her
#2 Abe Wieler 2019-05-29 09:58
Condolences to Menno, Len, Les, Ray and families. May the Lord bring you comfort at this time of sorrow.
#3 Michael Grozli 2019-09-14 00:43
To Ray &Dorothy wieler sorry for you loss,I’m so so sorry I could not make the trip to come and celebrate the life Mom had going to Miss her very much !!!!

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