March 13, 1922 — May 30, 2015
It is with great sadness the family of Lawrence Fields, formerly from Liberty, Sask., announce his sudden passing at Long Lake Valley Integrated Facility in Imperial, Sask., on Saturday, May 30, 2015. Lawrence was born to Harley and Elizabeth Fields in Liberty on March 13, 1922. He farmed in the Liberty district until his retirement. Lawrence was predeceased by his parents Harley and Elizabeth Fields; his first wife Hazel (1991) and his second wife Evelyn (2006) and a daughter Myrna (2005). He leaves to mourn his passing, son Elden (Lois) Fields; daughters Darlene (Joseph) Klyne; Carol (Wayne) Field and a son-in-law Ken Drimmie; 11 grandchildren, Raymond (Shirley) Drimmie, Doug (Twila) Drimmie, Wanda (Carl) Erlandson, Russell (Kia) Klyne, Kris (Lisa) Klyne, Jacqueline (Dane) Klyne, Patrick (Lori) Fields, Blair (Sandra) Fields, Sherry (Todd) Creasy, Shawn (Dianne) Field, Kevin (Kelly) Field; 19 great-grandchildren, Zoey and Aaron Drimmie, Micheal and Ashlyn Erlandson, Emmalee and Keenan Klyne, Skylar Klyne, Forbes and Avery Fields, Macy and Karsyn Fields, Vanessa and Eric Creasy, Amanda, Justus and Shelby Field, Colton, Bailey and Emma Field; two sisters, Enid Stotts and Nyela Glazier; and many nieces and nephews. The Funeral Service for Lawrence was held in the Liberty Memorial Hall, Liberty, Sask., on Friday, June 5, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. Officiating was Dr. Kathleen James-Cavan. Pallbearers were Sherry Creasy, Shawn Field, Kevin Field, Blair Fields, Patrick Fields and Kris Klyne. Attending the guest register were Judy Gebhard and Doreen Wolff. Ushers were Howard Nelson and Gilbert Nelson. The eulogy was given by Shawn Field. The pianist was Jeanine Knoblauch. Following the interment in Liberty cemetery, a funeral lunch was held in the lower level of the Liberty Memorial Hall. For online condolences, tributes or to make a donation in memory of Lawrence to Liberty Cemetery Fund or Long Lake Valley Health Foundation, please visit www.fotheringham-mcdougall.com.