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Lucy McHarg

- June 10, 2017

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It is with profound sadness that the family announces the passing of our mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and sister. Lucy was born in Hafford, Saskatchewan as the eldest of 4 girls born to William and Mary Pawlik. She married Lyle McHarg and had 2 loving daughters. Lucy went to business college in Saskatoon before starting a career that spanned decades. She worked at Ashdowns Hardware, Bank of Commerce, Radville High School, Royal Bank and Haid construction. She belonged to Eastern Star, enjoyed curling, travelling and in later years enjoyed baking and keeping busy with her family and grandkids. Lucy is predeceased by her husband Lyle, parents Bill and Mary Pawlik. She is loved and remembered by daughters Brenda and David Neumeier, Barb and Kevin Walters and grandchildren La Dene (Nolan) Keith, Andrea (Colin) Zimmer, Jason (Lisa) Neumeier, Ashley (Mike) Neumeier, Brittany (Kade) Neumeier and great grandchildren Jagger, Huxley, Hayden, Neva and soon to be Quincey, sisters Adeline (Clare) Fife, Gloria (Ed) Borisinkoff and Pat Proudfoot (Paul).

Funeral Details

The funeral service will be held at McClure United Church on Friday, June 16, 2017 at 1 pm.
Memorial donations may be made to the MS Society.

Condolence Messages

Marlene Thomson

Written June 16, 2017 from Kerrobert, Sask

Sorry for your loss. Regret I could not make it to service. We had some wonderful, fun times with our group. Lucy was a fun, bright light.
Marlene Thomson

Alex Rebryna

Written June 16, 2017 from Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

Lucy Violet Mcharg Family:
Life is full of surprises some good some bad, this no one can foresee. I'm very sorry for the loss of your loved one. Life is cruel and hard and we are left only to negotiate the sorrow. We would like to convey our deepest sorry for your loss. Remember life is for the living. Love The Rebrynas

Ken Wolfe

Written June 15, 2017 from Saskatoon, SK

I am sorry to hear of Lucy's death. I can remember many fun times when our families got together for meals and trips. She was a great cook and she and Lyle were always great hosts and friends. My condolences to Brenda, Barb and all the family and relatives. Our prayers are with you and with Lucy.

Murray Wolfe

Written June 14, 2017 from Calgary, Alberta

I have so many good memories of the great times that my family spent with Lucy, Lyle, Barb & Brenda, starting with the first camping trip at Big Sandy Lake more than 40 years ago. The best thing Lucy taught me was how to make pirogies (I was able to figure out how to eat them on my own!). It is just one fond memory among many, many others that I will always remember. My thoughts and prayers are with Barb, Brenda, and all of Lucy's extended family. May she rest in peace.