Sinnett, Louise Anna

Louise Anna (Kowalski) Sinnett went to meet the Lord September 18, 2010 at the Davidson Health Centre. Mom was born, raised and educated in Kenaston and area, except for a three-year period in the 1930s when the Frank Kowalski family moved to the Sinnett area, where she met her future husband Lawrence.
Mom will be greatly missed by: Larry (Pat) Sinnett, Reginald Sinnett, Robert (Bob) Sinnett, Margaret (Ken) Johnson and Lauraine (George) Tucker; grandchildren: James Sinnett, Donna (Marcel) Simpson; Nicole (Mike) Davis, Leanne Sinnett; Bradley (Joanna) Johnson, Michael (Pam) Johnson, Ryan (Jolene Hildebrand) Johnson; David (Laura) Tucker, Tammy (Shane) Franks, Bryan Tucker; great-grandchildren: Tyson, Brent and Jaeden Simpson; Mackenzie and Danica Davis; Mickail, Ethan, Samuel and Damien Johnson; Fox and Zen Tucker; Christina, Tyler and Wade Franks; Anthony, Sonya, Kody and Keegan Tucker; sister: LaVern (Mal) Land; sisters-in-law: Ann Kowalski, Rose Paproski; also many nieces, nephews and cousins.
She was predeceased by her parents Frank and Margaret (Began) Kowalski; brothers: Lynwood, Leo, Lorne and Les; sister: Lenora Tallon and husband: Lawrence.
Mom’s first priority was always family and she really got to enjoy all her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She also loved her flowers and took great pride in her Hollyhocks. She was always working in her garden. Mom enjoyed when company came over to visit and play cards and you could never leave without at least a meal or some of her delicious baking and tea.
Mom liked travelling with Dad as long as at least one foot was within two feet of the ground. They would visit friends and relatives in the northern states and western Canada; renewing many relationships.
Prayer service was at St. Andrew’s Roman Catholic Church in Kenaston on Sept. 21 at 7:30 p.m. and the celebration of her life was on Sept. 22, also at St. Andrew’s Church at 11:00 a.m.
Donations in her memory can be made to the St. Andrew’s Church Cemetery Fund. Arrangements by Hanson’s Funeral Home, Davidson, Sask.

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