of their 45 years together. They are faithful mem— bers of Trinity Lutheran Church at Inglis.

Oscar built a new home in Inglis in 1973 where they now reside and son Tim took over the family farm.

Only one life, it soon will pass.

Only what’s done for Christ will last.

“For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ, for it is the power of God unto salvation to everyone who believeth.”

Romans 1:16

Adolph: their third child, purchased two quarter sections of land SE 1/4 28—21-27 and SW 1/4 27—21—27 from Joseph Dunn in the Minniska area in

The Adolph Jr. Klimack home aerial view in winter of 1982.

1937. In 1939 he married Edna Fingas daughter of Ernest and Nathalia and brought her to this farm. They still reside there in the original home built by John Davidson in 1900. Adolph, being handy with hammer and saw made the home quite comfortable and livable.

Adolph and Edna Klimack 1980.

They raised a family of four, Clarence Eric born in 1941, Ronald Carl 1943, Linda May 1948 and Joan

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Elizabeth 1953. They all received their elementary schooling at Minniska School which was situated on our home quarter. The family were active members of Trinity Lutheran Church in Inglis.

Clarence attended Concordia College for two years and then worked in the Royal Bank at Fort St. John. He returned home to farm and married Darlene Lungal of Silverton in 1964. They farm in that area. Darlene teaches school in Russell. They have three children; Delvin who is presently enrolled in Computer Science program at Brandon, Duane, who is taking Agricultural Mechanics at Assiniboine College in Brandon and Jane who is still at home.

Ronald, after working for several years on con— struction out west and Thompson, returned to Rus— sell and began his own commercial painting business. He married Doreen Pringle of Binscarth in 1977 and they have three children: Wallace, Heather and Jeremiah (from her previous marriage) who attend school in Russell where they reside.

Linda became a parochial teacher and married Mark Lobitz of Seward, Nebraska in 1970. They reside in Surrey, BC where Mark is Director of Christian Education at Faith Lutheran Church and Linda teaches in the Parochial School at Clover— dale. They have three school-age children Kate, Heidi and Ian.

Joan took Psychiatric Nursing in Brandon and in 1976 married Larry Rodenbush. Their home is in Brandon where Larry is a Physical Education teacher. They have two young children; Shara and Joel.

Adolph A. Klimack (Jr.) Family. and Family.

Joan (Klimack) Rodenbush