Edward Charles Lenderbeck


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Edward Charles "Ed" Lenderbeck was born January 1, 1920, in R. M. of Shell River, Northcliffe District, Manitoba, Canada, and died Monday, June 27, 2005, at Regina General Hospital, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, at age 85. Buried in Roblin District Cemetery, Roblin, Russell, Rossburn Census Division, MB, Canada. He is the son of Samuel Foster Lenderbeck Jr. of Ontario, Canada and Maria Hiebert of Northcliff, Shell River Muni, Manitoba, Canada.

Joyce Christina Burrell was born October 6, 1923, in Sec 35-28-29 WPM, Roblin, Silverwood District, Manitoba, Canada, and died June 26, 1993, at Kamsack Union Hospital, Kamsack, Saskatchewan, Canada, at age 69. Buried in Roblin District Cemetery, Roblin, Russell, Rossburn Census Division, MB, Canada. She is the daughter of Thomas Charles Burrell of Walkerton, Brant Twp., Bruce Co, Ontario, Canada, and Grace Myrtle Greenizan of Pittsburgh Twp., Frontenac Co., Ontario, Canada.

Edward Charles Lenderbeck and Joyce Christina Burrell were married October 6, 1947, at the United Church Manse, Roblin, MB, Canada.

Edward Charles Lenderbeck and Joyce Christina (Burrell) Lenderbeck had five children:

  1. Jean Margaret Lenderbeck: Born 1948 in Unknown. Married Saturday, August 14, 1976, at the chapel at Westminster United Church, Roblin, Manitoba Canada, to Manfred "Mani" Samp.
  2. Jack Edward Lenderbeck: Born 1948 in Unknown. Married to Phylis Werschler.
  3. Cheryl Marie Lenderbeck: Born 1949 in Unknown. Married to Lorne Tkachuk: Born Unknown.
  4. Donald Foster "Don" Lenderbeck: Born 1952 in Unknown. Married to Gaye Unknown.
  5. Eleanor Joyce Lenderbeck: Born 1953 in Unknown.



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Edward Charles Lenderbeck and Joyce Christina (Burrell) Lenderbeck are buried in Mountainview Cemetery, Silverwood, Roblin, Russell, Rossburn Census Division, Manitoba, Canada. Thanks to Find-A-Grave for making this image available.


Edward Charles Lenderbeck was born January 1, 1920, in R. M. of Shell River, Northcliffe District, Manitoba, Canada

Joyce Christina Burrell was born October 6, 1923, in Sec 35-28-29 WPM, Silverwood District, Manitoba, Canada.

Edward Charles Lenderbeck and Joyce Christina Burrell were married October 6, 1947, at the United Church Manse, Roblin, MB, Canada.

Edward Charles Lenderbeck took over the Burrell family farm near Roblin, and in time, passed it on to his son, Donald Foster Lenderbeck.

Joyce Christina (Burrell) Lenderbeck died June 26, 1993, at Kamsack Union Hospital, Kamsack, Saskatchewan, Canada, at age 69. Buried in Roblin District Cemetery, Roblin, Russell, Rossburn Census Division, MB, Canada.


The Roblin Review, Roblin, MN, Canada, Tuesday, July 6, 1993

OBITUARIES

JOYCE CHRISTINA LENDERBECK

Joyce Lenderbeck, age 69 years of the San Clara District of Manitoba, passed away Saturday, June 26, 1993 at the Kamsack Union Hospital in Kamsack, Saskatchewan. Joyce Burrell was born Saturday, October 6, 1923 on her parents' farm in the R.M. of Shell River, Manitoba. She was a daughter of Thomas and Grace (nee Greenizan). Joyce received her schooling at the Walker and Makaroff Schools, as well as attending school in The Pas, Manitoba. After receiving her schooling, Joyce joined the R.C.A.F., and was based in Ottawa, during the war. Following this, Joyce attended the University of Manitoba, where she studied Home Economics. Joyce was united in holy matrimony to Edward Lenderbeck at the United Church Manse in Roblin in 1947. Following their marriage, Joyce and Edward began to farm and raise their children together in the San Clara District, where both Joyce and Edward were Registered Grain Growers. Joyce was a very active member of the community, serving as a leader in the Grand Narrows 4-H Club for many years. She also served on the School Board, and was an active member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch No. 237 San Clara, and the Grand Narrows Women's Institute. In her spare time, Joyce enjoyed many sports, especially baseball and curling. Joyce also loved farming, and spent many hours in her flower gardens. She also enjoyed fishing, and was an avid reader. Joyce and Edward have also travelled extensively together in North America and parts of Europe. Despite Joyce's many varied interests, her main interest was her family. She will be long remembered as a loving wife, mother, grandmother and sister. Surviving to mourn Joyce's death and cherish many fond memories are: her beloved husband Edward of the San Clara district; two sons, Jack and his wife Phylis Lenderbeck, and Donald and his wife Gaye Lenderbeck, all of the San Clara District; three daughters, Jean Lenderbeck and her husband Manfred Samp of Winnipeg, Cheryl Lenderbeck of Brandon, and Eleanor Lenderbeck of the San Clara District; one brother, Charlie and his wife Marge Burrell of Vernon, B.C.; six sisters, Alice Murray of Roblin' Margaret and her husband Jim Johnson of Spruce Grove, AB, Ethel Radford of Rocky Mountain House, AB, Phyllis Framingham of Roblin, Ruth and her husband Arthur Radforn of San Clara, and Kathleen and her husband Jack Allen of Sussex,NB; one sister-in-law, Betty McMurray of Togo, SK; seven grandchildren, Shayne Cockerill, Elise Cockerill, Ryan Cockerill, Chris Lenderbeck, Sheldon Lenderbeck, Craig Lenderbeck, and Gary Lenderbeck. Joyce is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews, and other extended family. Joyce was predeceased by her parents, Grace and Thomas Burrell, her sisters, Clara and Shirley Burrell, and Gladys McGuire; one brother, Herbert Burrell, and one infant granddaughter. A Memorial Service was held Tuesday, June 29, 1993 at 2:oo P.M., from the Chapel of Nairn-Chyz Funeral Home, with Reverend Jan Temple-Jones officiating. The organist, Mrs. Betty Wenner played the Congregational Hymns: "The Lord's My Shepherd" and "Amazing Grace". The Soloist, Mrs. Louise Dixon sang the solo, "In The Garden". An Honor Guard was formed by members of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 237, San Clara. The Memorial Service terminated at the Chapel, and an interment service was held at a later date. Following the Memorial Service, a reception for family and friends was held from the Roblin 50 and Over Club, catered to by In Good Taste Catering. As tokens of sympathy, memorial donations in memory of Joyce may be made to: A Special Equipment Fund for long-term care patients at Crocus Court Personal Care Home, c/o Roblin District Health Centre, P.O. Box 940, Rblin, Manitoba, R0L 1P0. NAIRN-CHYZ FUNERAL HOME entrusted with funeral arrangements. (201) 937-2111.


Edward Charles "Ed" Lenderbeck died Monday, June 27, 2005, at Regina General Hospital, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, at age 85. Buried in Roblin District Cemetery, Roblin, Russell, Rossburn Census Division, MB, Canada.


The Roblin Review, Roblin, MN, Canada, Tuesday, July 12, 2005

OBITUARIES

CHARLES EDWARD LENDERBECK

Edward Lenderbeck, age 85 years R.M. of Shell River, MB, passed away Monday, June 27, 2005 at the Regina General Hospital. Ed was born Thursday, January 1, 1920 at his parents' home, R.M. of She  River, Northcliffe District, the second son of Sam and Mary (Hiebert) Lenderbeck. Ed attended school at Happy Lake, MB and at Brock, SK. In the early years, Ed worked in the lumber industry at Boggy Creek, MB and as farm help at home and around Kindersley and Brock SK. Ed married Joyce Burrell in Roblin in 1947 and, soon after, they bought their first quarter of land. Ed, with Joyce by his side, worked long and hard to provide a good life for his family. His dream of a family farm was realized and he was proud of the family he and Joyce raised. His grandchildren added another element of enjoyment and pride. Ed was a member of the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool and Farmer's Union. He was adept at carpentry, woodworking and mechanics and, with patience and thought, he could build or repair most items he needed. In later life, Ed became the general handyman and "go for" for his sons who followed their father into farming. Ed enjoyed being with people. He liked music and loved to dance. He enjoyed sports, playing baseball and hockey as a child, and curling, hunting and fishing later on. Most of all, he enjoyed visiting over a cup of coffee and recounting past events. And, he thoroughly enjoyed a good practical joke and a hearty laugh. Surviving to remember Ed are his five children; Jean (Manfred Samp), Winnipeg, Jack (Phylis), Roblin, Cheryl (Lorne Tkachuk), MacNutt, Eleanor Roblin, and Don (Gaye), Roblin; seven grandchildren, Shayne, Elise and Ryan Cockerill, Sheldon, Chris, Craig and Gary Lenderbeck, and respective families; and his companion Irene Gibson, Roblin. Ed is also remembered by his brother Clayton (Elsie) Lenderbeck, Armstrong, B.C., his sisters Mavis Weins, Creighton, SK and Marj (Charlie) Burrell, Vernon, B.C., sisters-in-law Ruby Lenderbeck, Creighton, SK, Phyllis Framingham, Edmonton, AB, Ruth Radford, Whiterock, B.C., Kathleen (Jack) Allen, Sussex, NB and Bette McMurray, Calgary, AB; as well as numerous nieces, nephews and extended family. Ed was predeceased by his wife Joyce, his parents, Sam and Mary Lenderbeck, his brothers Jack and Earl Lenderbeck, his sister Ubdine Ball, and one infant granddaughter. Interment Service took place at the Roblin District Cemetery on Saturday, July 02, 2005 at 10:00 A.M. A Memorial Service was held the same day at 2:00 P.M. at the Knox United Church, Roblin, MB with niece Mrs. Grace Skomorowski officiating. Nephew, Charlie Framingham, delivered the eulogy and organist, Mrs. Betty Wenner, led the congregation in singing, "I Come To The Garden Alone" and "Shall We Gather At The River". Two additional Hymns were sung by the Mennonite Choir. Following the service, the Knox United Church Ladies served refreshments at the church hall for friends and family. As tokens of sympathy, memorial donations in memory of Edward Lenderbeck may be made to: Roblin & District Community Foundation Inc. (for Special Equipment at the hospital), Box 730, Roblin, Manitoba, R0L 1P0

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Erna (Marschewski) Samp died July 2, 2007, at Maples Personal Care Home, Winnipeg, MB, Canada, at age 89.


July 05, 2007

Obituary

ERNA SAMP

Erna Samp passed away suddenly at the Maples Personal Care Home on July 2, 2007, at the age of 89. Erna was born in Riesenburg Germany on May 22, 1918, to Karl and Wilhemeine Marschewski. On May 27, 1939, she married Otto Samp, starting married life in Dortmund Germany. The family immigrated to Canada, arriving on July 1, 1955, making their home in Winnipeg. In addition to raising her family, Erna worked in the garment industry for many years. She was predeceased by her first-born son Gerhard and husband Otto. She is survived by daughter Christa Manthey and son-in-law Peter Manthey of Oakville, Ontario; son Manfred Samp and daughter-in-law Jean Lenderbeck of Winnipeg; grandson Adrian Manthey of Toronto, and sisters Lene Warrings, Hilde Peschke and Kate Bartels of Germany. The family wishes to thank the staff at Maples Personal Care Home for the kind and attentive care they provided our Mother over the last two years of her life. Cremation has taken place. A private family service will be held at a later date. CROPO FUNERAL CHAPEL 586-8044.