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Private funeral service will be held at 1:00PM on Thursday November 26, 2020. No public viewing. Interment to follow at Westridge Memorial Gardens. Donations may be made in Margaret's memory to the BTHC Foundation designated to Cancer Care.
 

Margaret Reimer (nee Wieler)
1953 ~ 2020

 

Margaret Reimer was born to Diedrich and Gertruda Wieler on July 2, 1953, in Winkler, Manitoba.  Margaret lived 67 years, 4 months, and 18 days. 

Marg is survived by her beloved husband, Albert, and their three children and 10 grandchildren:

Jason Christopher, who married Leina Friesen, and had three children:            

Aaron, Alaina, and Nicole.

Stephanie Faye, who married David Friesen, and had four children:

          Luke, Launa, Audrey, and Nathaniel.

Jennifer Alicia, who married Ben Hiebert, and had three children:

          Haley, Noah, and Peyton.

She is also survived by her siblings: Nettie, Elizabeth, Judy, Frank, Pete, Richard, and Ben, along with many nieces, nephews, and cousins.  She was predeceased by her brother - Jack in 1975, mother - Gertruda in 1980, father - Diedrich in 1997, sister - Mary in 2008.

Margaret was baptized and married to Albert Reimer soon afterwards on October 27, 1972.  In 1976, they moved to Blue Creek, Belize and there began with cattle ranching.  At one point, mom and dad were ready to move back to Canada because of the hardships they faced. Yet because of their perseverance, many years of hard work, and a willingness to diversify, they were able to build a successful business.

Our summer holidays were often spent in Canada visiting Grandpa Wieler, and Grandma and Grandpa Reimer.

Mom usually kept busy with office management and accounting, but she really enjoyed spending time with her children and grandchildren.  Family gatherings were grand, and plenty of good food was always available.  Mom liked getting outside, walking the hill, mowing the lawn, hanging laundry outside, and gardening when she had the time.

Mom had a serving spirit.  She dedicated time to serving in the church through filling leadership rolls, helping with food prep, or taking minutes, just to name a few.  Mom and dad also hosted many guests in their home over the years, from people they had never met before (like an exchange student from Europe), to close and dear friends.

Mom and Dad have been married 48 years.  The last five years included many doctors visits and travels to help in her fight with cancer.  On November 20, 2020, her body gave up the fight and she went to be with her Lord and Savior.

A few years ago mom shared her story with a group of ladies, and I’ll share this part with you today; she said: “God has been good to you and me.  He promised to take care of us and care for us throughout our lifetime.  In Isaiah 46 we have His assurance that even to our old age and gray hairs he will be the one who sustains, carries, and rescues us.  He values each of us individually.  We are never alone no matter what our situation.  He will provide the strength, comfort, and grace we need for each new day because He loves us.”

She will be dearly missed.

 
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