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Lorraine Walker

Lorraine June "Lorry" Walker (Shaw)

Friday, July 8th, 1932 - Sunday, February 17th, 2019
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WALKER - Lorraine June (Lorry) passed away peacefully at Regina General Hospital on Sunday, February 17, 2019, at the age of 86 years with her daughter Diane by her side. Lorry was predeceased by: her husband of 58 years, Fred; daughter, Karen Braun; parents, Bernard and Violet Shaw; brothers, Brian Shaw and Tom Shaw; and one great-grandchild. She is survived by: daughter, Diane (Wes) Kirk; sister, Jeanne Shaw; grandchildren, Keith (Susan) Braun, Kenny Braun (Heidi), Kelly Kirk, Stacy Kirk (Dale), Nina Moskal-Gorrill, and Tammy Somers; great-grandchildren, Rebecka Braun, Nikolai Somers, Carol Gilbertson, Cameron Gilbertson, Kendrick Braun, and Kaysen Braun and many nieces and nephews.

Lorry was born at Whitewood, SK, on July 8, 1932. Her family moved a lot during her childhood, living in different locations in Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Lorry graduated from high school in Humboldt, SK. On October 31, 1951, she married Fred Walker and they made their living farming in the Govan, SK, area. In 1953 they were blessed with their first child, Karen, followed by Diane in 1956. In 1971, Lorry and Fred purchased the Govan Hotel which they operated alongside farming until 1975. In 1975, they continued with just farming. They spent their summers living at their farmhouse and the winters in their house in Govan. In 1994, they retired and left the farmhouse permanently. After Fred’s passing in 2010, Lorry moved to Nokomis into one of the Hiawatha Homes.

Lorry and Fred were well-known in the Govan area for their toy making, which they often had on display at local craft shows. Fred made wooden farm toys, while Lorry made all sorts of toys out of plastic canvas and was also a very talented knitter. She carried on with knitting until later on in life, making everything from sweaters, to slippers, to dishcloths and hand towels. Lorry enjoyed gardening in the summer and canning in the fall and she also loved to bake. Every Christmas each family member would receive some of her delicious shortbread cookies and she always baked the Christmas dinner dessert - pies of many different flavours as well as her famous lemon dessert. In their younger years, Lorry and Fred loved to dance, and often attended the Saturday night dances in Govan. Lorry and Fred had pets most of their lives that they loved very much, their last being a very spoiled dog Perky and cats Maggie and Jigs. They always enjoyed feeding birds as well. Later in life, while living in Nokomis, Lorry enjoyed spending time with the other ladies in town having coffee at Kuan’s Cafe.

Lorry was loved dearly by her family and friends and will be greatly missed. A graveside memorial service will be held in Summer 2019. Donations to Govan Community Gym would be appreciated by the family. Fotheringham-McDougall Funeral Service in care of arrangements.
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sheila an wayne

Posted at 01:50pm
so sorry to hear about lori's. our condolences to all of you Thinking of you all. much sympathy Sheila an Wayne

Brenda Chute-Olde

Posted at 09:11am
Sending my thoughts and prayers to all the family.

Rob&Joan Marr

Posted at 10:03pm
Sorry to hear of Lori’s recent passing
Our condolences to her whole family, may all your cherished memories be of comfort to you at this time .
We have many fond memories of times spent with her at the farm.
Thinking of you
Take Care.

Karen Irvine

Posted at 07:00pm
I am so sorry to hear of your moms passing. Your Mom and Dad lived down the street from us for years. Nicest people ever. So sorry for your loss😥

Myrna (Aldred) Head

Posted at 06:22pm
Diane - so sorry for the loss of your Mom!! So many memories of her and your Dad during my growing up years!! Take care and remember all the good times!! Myrna ( Aldred) Head

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Lorry with Shirley Kirk (center) and Shirley Franklin (right).
Lorry with (left to right) granddaughter Stacy Kirk, Shirley Kirk, Shirley Franklin, and Dale Munby.
Lorry with her 80th birthday cake.
Lorry blowing out the candles on her 80th birthday cake.
Lorry and sister Jeanne Shaw at Butchart Gardens.
Lorry and daughter Diane at Lorry’s farewell party in Govan in 2010 held prior to Lorry moving to Nokomis.
Left to right: Diane Kirk, Jeanne Shaw, and Lorry at Butchart Gardens.
Lorry and daughter Diane (left) and sister Jeanne Shaw (right) in Chemainus, BC.
Lorry and daughter Diane in Chemainus, BC.
Lorry and Iris Becker at her farewell in Govan.
Lorry and sister Jeanne at Birch Bay, Washington.
Lorry and daughter Diane at Birch Bay, Washington.
Lorry and sister Jeanne at Birch Bay, Washington.
Lorry and daughter Diane at Butchart Gardens.
Lorry and sister Jeanne (center) and daughter Diane at Butchart Gardens.
Lorry and sister Jeanne at Butchart Gardens.
Lorry and sister Jeanne (left) and daughter Diane (center) at Butchart Gardens.