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Jacob "Jake" George Klassen

Born: Thu., Nov. 23, 1933
Died: Sat., Aug. 17, 2019

Celebration of Life

1:00 PM Mon., Sep. 02, 2019
Location: Stettler Alliance Church

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Jacob “Jake” is survived by his loving family: daughter Charlotte (Robert) Rankeillor of Red Willow, Alberta and Charlotte’s children: Micheal Duhamel, Dustin Thiesen, Norm Thiesen and Charles Thiesen; son Sheldon Klassen of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and his children Shelean Klassen and her daughter Lilliahna, Joshua (Sarah) Klassen; daughter Elfreda (Neil) Fenske of Preeceville, Saskatchewan  and their children: Trisha (Drew) Poetker, Darrin Fenske, Matthew Fenske and Dylan Fenske; daughter Elvina (David) Waind of Roesrath, Germany and their children Daniel Waind and Jessica Waind; son Marlin (Brandi) Klassen of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and their children Owen Klassen and Delilah Klassen; sisters Ann (Don) Friesen and Alyce Klassen; brother Bernie (Patricia) Klassen; sisters in law: Levina Klassen, Susie Klassen and Mary Klassen; numerous nieces, nephews, other family and many dear friends.
Jacob was predeceased by his first wife Nettie (nee Kehler); second wife Eva (nee Friesen); grandson Timothy Russell Duhamel; brothers John Klassen and George Klassen  and sister Mathilda Klassen.

Celebration of Jake’s Life
Monday, September 2, 2019 at 1:00 P.M.
Stettler Alliance Church, Stettler, Alberta

Donations in memory of Jake are gratefully accepted to Diabetes Canada or a charity of your choice.

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Karen Coholan
   Posted Thu August 22, 2019
I’m so sorry for the families loss. I only met Jake a couple of times at my friends house Charlottes and it was a pleasant visit. He is now in a better place with no pain and happy.


Points West Living
   Posted Wed September 04, 2019
Thanks for sharing your dad with us, he will be truly missed by both the other residents and all the staff.

He always had a big smile and a story to tell all that would listen. He was a great participant in the activities and the big puzzle just couldn't be finished without him

Charlotte was always so good to him and he really enjoyed having the rest of his family here this past while. Points West Living

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