Marjorie PETERS

PETERS Marjorie (Marj) Sept. 21, 1932 – June 7, 2006 Marjorie Marie Peters lost her battle with cancer on June 7, 2006, at the age of 73. Although a lengthy and difficult illness, Marj was courageous and remained a fighter right to her final days. Marj was born in Canora, Saskatchewan on September 21, 1932 to George and Rose Solotki. She grew up on a farm outside of Canora along with her ten brothers and sisters. Marj later met and married Steve Chabun and together they had three children and farmed near Canora. Later in life Marj started her cooking career and worked as a cook at the Yorkton Nursing Home, Medicine Hat College and later moved to Maple Ridge, BC where she cooked at Maple Ridge Guest Haven. Although Marj loved Maple Ridge she later moved to Red Deer to be near her children. She then got a job as a Nursing Attendant at West Park Nursing Home where she worked up until she took early retirement due to health problems. Marj met and married Aubrey Wilson and continued to live in Red Deer near her children and grandchildren and many friends. Marj enjoyed people and had a great love for outdoors and the mountains. She enjoyed playing bingo where she met and visited with many of her friends. Marj will be missed greatly and thought of often by many, especially her children, Monty (Karyn) Cody and Tanner Cassidy of Okotoks, Shannon Chabun of Medicine Hat, Christine (Doug) Moeckl of Red Deer, Tracy Weber of Red Deer and Debbie Young (Bill Fisher), Jeff (Kandy) Young, James Young, Becky Young (Allen James), Aubrey Wilson, Ciara and Tieren Young all of Red Deer and many other family and friends. Cremation took place on June 10, 2006 In living memory of Marjorie Peters a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park. A prayer service will be held at Gaetz Memorial United Church, Rev. Dr. Fran Hare officiating June 24, 2006 at 5 p.m. "I waited patiently for God to help me, then he listened and heard my cry" Psalm 40:1


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