Friday, July 22, 2022
Wondersprings Family Farm
13 Miles North of Assiniboia on Highway 2
Or 2 Miles South of Mitch’s Meats on Highway 2 Then 1 Mile East and ½ Mile North
There will be markers along the road
Condolences from Joan and I to Edith and family on the passing of Mel. I worked for Mel as a summer job in the early 1970’s. Mel was great to work for he tolerated my mistakes with grace and humour. Mel loved his cows and the land. He had a great sense of humour and a kind heart. I last visited with Mel in the summer of 2019 it was a definite pleasure. I will always have fondness in my memory for Mel.
SINCERE SYMPATHY TO EDITH AND FAMILY. MEL WAS A GREAT FRIEND. HE WAS NOT ONLY A GOOD CATTLEMAN, BUT A FINE HORSEMAN . HE HAD YEARS OF EXPERIENCE AND GREAT KNOWLEDGE ON QUALITY QUARTER HORSE RAISING. HE HAD A SPECIAL WAY WITH HORSES. REST WELL MY FRIEND.
BILL AND MAE FANCOURT
Our most heartfelt condolences to all Mel’s family. It was an honour to have known him. A very true gentleman and animal lover. Rest In Peace. Fr Elwood(Woody) & Vern Lynds ( Lynds Brothers formally of Dunkirk Sask)
Mel was always one of my favorite cattlemen clients. He loved his animals and respected their needs above his own. He was a quiet man who cared deeply and was a kind and generous soul. He will be missed. Our condolences to the Noess family