Linda Lee Ann Young
May 19, 1945 – August 19, 2015

Linda (nee Wiebensohn)  Young was born near Wadena Saskatchewan May 19th 1945. A “farm kid” she attended a one-room school house to grade 8 and then larger schools in Clair and Quill Lake. Graduating grade 12 with honours she entered nursing training at City Hospital in Saskatoon. At graduation she was awarded the “Devotion To Duty” award which was voted on by her fellow graduates.  Upon completion of her training in 1966 she moved to Edmonton and ultimately found employment at the Cross Cancer Institute. She stayed at the Cross for 13 years then moved on to a number of supervisory positions until her retirement from nursing in 1993. In 1982 she married David Young eventually moving to Calgary in 1995. Having great faith she was active in the church teaching bible studies and caring for the less fortunate. In 2007 after David’s retirement the couple moved to Humboldt Saskatchewan where she continued her dedication to the church. Linda was much loved and respected by friends and colleagues alike. Her faith in the Lord was long and strong. After suffering a number of health problems Linda passed away suddenly on August 19th 2015. She is predeceased by her father Herman, and is survived by her husband David, mother Mary (nee Penner) Wiebensohn, brother John Wiebensohn, and sister-in-law, Janet Young. A Memorial Service was held at the Humboldt Alliance Church, Humboldt, (1012-6th Avenue) on Thursday, August 27, 2015, at 3:00 p.m., led by Pastor Murray Lees.  Others taking part were:  David Young, welcome; Laura Kilgour, scripture reader; Glenda Lees presented “Linda’s Life Journey”;  memories were shared by Nola Martens and David Young; and a photo tribute was shown with the song “I Will Remember You” playing in the background.  Memorial donations may be directed to the Canadian Cancer Society.

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Schuler-Lefebvre Funeral Chapel Humboldt, Saskatchewan