Phyllis  Ochs

Obituary of Phyllis Ochs

Phyllis Bernice Ochs passed away at Harwood Manor, North Battleford, Saskatchewan, on Sunday, January 26, 2020 at the age of 100 years. Phyllis is survived by: her children, Jim (Elaine) Willett, John (Marina) Willett, Enos (Velma) Willett, June (George) Dimick, and Charlotte Perrin (Bryn Owen); grandchildren, Bruce (Ruth) Willett, Laurie (Glenn) Mansell, Susan (Dale) Cross, Tina (Greg) Ross, Roxanne Willett, Grissell Willett, Michelle Willett, Carman Willett (SeungHee Kang), Cameron (Velma) Willett, Colin Willett, Del (Holly) Bannerman, Corey Bannerman, Jordache Perrin, Lance Perrin, and Tara (Mitch) Luce; great-grandchildren, Brittany Smith, Taylor (Chris) Harrison, Ryan Willett, Dane (Trista) Willett, Ty Ross, Keaton Ross, Maru Mwangi, Vivian Marshall, Samantha Willett, Jordan Willett, Alina Pete, Tara Willett, Dallas Michelin, Bradan Michelin, Brennen Michelin, Brooke and Sydney Bannerman, Isabella Perschik, Gage Perrin, Zoey Perrin, Hudson and Genevieve Luce; great-great-grandchildren, Liam and Sydney Harrison, Ethan Willett, and Aurelia Bouchard; sister, Cherry; and numerous nieces and nephews. Phyllis is predeceased by: first husband, James Willett; second husband, Henry Ochs; partner, John Weber; daughter, Carolyn Bannerman; granddaughter, Marilyn Willett; parents, Nobel and Elizabeth Woodworth; daughter-in-law, Irene Willett; son-in-law, Gerard Perrin; and siblings, Jean Baxter, Katherine Porter, Hugh Woodworth, John Woodworth, and Zeffie. The Funeral Service for Phyllis will be conducted from Paynton Recreation Centre, Paynton, Saskatchewan on Monday, February 3, 2020 at 1:00 PM CST. Donations in memory of Phyllis may be made to Paynton Cemetery Fund or the donor's charity of choice. Phyllis's funeral card can be viewed or downloaded from the link below. https://indd.adobe.com/view/d05f3361-f46b-49ce-8ee0-f15ad9978770
Monday
3
February

Funeral Service

1:00 pm
Monday, February 3, 2020
Paynton Recreation Centre
1 Street East
Paynton, Saskatchewan, Canada
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