Marilyn Hubenig (Gardiner)
It is with great sadness that the family of Marilyn Hubenig announce her passing on November 12, 2022 at the age of 75 years.
Marilyn truly loved being around people. She would often be found striking up conversations with strangers in public. You could easily pick her infectious laugh out of a crowd, and she always lit up a room. She’s known as the life of the party and was a natural entertainer. In her younger years Marilyn was a professional singer- everything from opera to playing in live bands but most notably she spent time as Klondike Kate and she also was involved with Search for Talent.
Marilyn was a huge hockey and football fan. The Oilers, Elks and SK Riders had a living room coach who yelled at the TV and told them exactly what they needed to do. If only they could hear her, their winning stats would surely be higher.
Family and Friends were extremely important to Marilyn. She fiercely loved her children and there was no limit to her love. She was an amazing friend for anyone who was lucky enough to be in her inner circle. Marilyn was kind, full of love, and joy. She was pure happiness.
Marilyn leaves behind sons Dean (Michelle) and Michael (Sarah), daughters Lisa (Ralph), Lori, and Angie (Jorden), grandsons Konrad, Benjamin, and Rook, and granddaughter Brinley.
Marilyn will also be greatly missed and remembered by her brothers Jim (Carol) and Tom (Peggy), as well as several nieces, nephews, extended family, and dear friends.
She was predeceased by her husband Danny, her parents, (Lawrence & Lillian), and two nephews (Corey & Shaun).
The Celebration of Life party will take place on Saturday, November 19. Information will be shared with family and friends ASAP.
We’re gonna miss you moma
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Stuart , Morgan, Elin and myself are sending you and your entire family our deepest condolences . I am so sad that you have lost your mom, my heart breaks for you. Please know that we are all thinking about you and your family and sending all of our healing energy with much love, peace, comfort and strength at this very difficult time . I am so sorry 😢. Lots of love and hugs to you and your family .
I am so sorry to hear of Marilyn’s passing. I knew Marilyn most in our younger years and always had so much fun. As time passed we saw less of each other but she never changed over the years. She was always full of life and so nice to be around. Knowing her changed my life for the better. She loved her family and was so proud of all. I can only imagine how hard this is for all of you and know what a loss this must be. I can still and always will remember her standing on a desk at work and singing opera. All the fellows ran from the computer room to our office as they could not figure out what was happening. There she was in all her glory on the desk singing her heart out. She was a gift from God.
My thoughts are with you all during this difficult time. I will always have wonderful memories of your mom and the times our families spent together in Saskatoon. I will never forget that smile and laugh!