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 A private funeral service will be held at the Morden E.M.M. Church. Viewing will be from 2:30PM-6:30PM on Thursday at Wiebe Funeral Chapel, Morden. Interment at the Waldheim Cemetery. Donations may be made in Katherine's memory to the BTHC Foundation designated to Pallative Care. 

Katherine Wiebe (nee Enns)
1927 ~ 2020
 

Peacefully in her sleep at her residence our Mom went to be with her Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, on Tuesday, October 13, 2020. Mom was born June 14, 1927 to Abe and Elizabeth Enns, the only daughter and youngest of nine children.  She married the love of her life, Abe Wiebe April 10, 1949 and they were blessed with ten children – six boys and four girls. Those who have gone before her are her best friend, Abe in 1992, son, Elmer, son-in-law, Art Kroeker and granddaughter, Sommer Wiebe. Mom is survived by her children: Ron & Anne Wiebe, Sharon & Paul Warkentine, Vern & Rose Wiebe, Phyllis Penner, Harv & Carol Wiebe, Lucy Kroeker, Doretta Wiebe, Lorne Wiebe, Mel Wiebe & Anita Collins, Myrna Wiebe & Brad Wainikka. Also left to cherish her memory are grandchildren, great grandchildren and many friends and relatives.

Mom sometimes wondered why she was still with us...but to us it was obvious – we needed her.  We needed her listening ear, we needed her gentle touch and caring hug, we needed her wisdom, but most of all we needed her prayers.  Mom prayed for her kids and their families each and every day, and we know that those prayers were spoken in faith and strong belief.  We are thankful for our faithful prayer warrior and we know that those loving prayers will continue until we meet again. “Kate’s Kitchen” established in 1949 served its last meal in 2020. The hot meals or faspa were always ready for neighbors, hired hands, friends or relatives.   The food was homemade, delicious and in abundance usually with care packages to send home. In the more recent years Mom aka “Kate” treasured her standing lunch reservations and also welcomed any unplanned guests that showed up; she made sure that there was always enough food no matter how many people would show up and everyone left satisfied. It is with heavy hearts that we say until we see you again Mom, but it is with glad hearts that we can only imagine the joy in heaven when you were reunited with the loved ones that have gone before you.  We love you Mom.

Oh, I'm in pieces, it's tearin' me up, but I know

A heart that's broke is a heart that's been loved

So I'll sing Hallelujah

You were an angel in the shape of my mum

When I fell down you'd be there holdin' me up

Spread your wings as you go

And when God takes you back

He'll say, "Hallelujah, you're home"

(Ed Sheeran, Supermarket Flowers)

We wish to sincerely thank Mom’s Home Care family, who were so kind and caring each and every day that they visited her, the Members of the Morden Police Dept for assisting us when Mom passed away and Wiebe Funeral Home for their compassionate care. We are truly grateful. If friends so desire, donations can be made in Mom’s memory to Boundary Trails Health Centre Foundation Palliative Care.

 
 
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