Jacolynne Stevens

Memorial Service

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Friday, January 3, 2020
St. John's Anglican Church
301 Centre Street
Nipawin, Saskatchewan, Canada

Interment Service

Will be at a later date.

Obituary of Jacolynne Stevens

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Jacolynne Elizabeth Marie, born 28 June 1973 in Edmonton, Alberta to parents of Bradford and Ramona Stevens. She was born into a military family and as such she had many homes. The 1st home being Edmonton, Alberta, then about the age of 1 moved to Cold Lake, Alberta, and then about 4 years later on to Calgary, Alberta. After being bounced around in a military family she moved to Nipawin, Saskatchewan for a year and finally, in 1980, settling in Flin Flon, Manitoba. Where she later graduated from Hapnot Collegiate. After graduating grade 12 she went on to take a course in business administration. She married on Sept 20th, 1997 to Dean Herzberg. (Later divorced) They moved to Lethbridge having two boys Braden and Ryan who she loved so very much. She worked primarily in the medical administration field which was so appropriate because, she was truly beautiful inside and out and had a heart of gold. She would go out of her way to make sure that she did all that she could to help anyone who needed help! She worked for Dr. Pepper a podiatrist until he retired then worked for Dr. Ramon Grover, a Plastic Surgeon until he moved to Calgary and then for Alberta Health Services. Her last position was as an office manager at Chinook Pediatric Clinic in Lethbridge, Alberta. She loved winter it was her favorite season. She was a Saskatchewan Rider fan and an avid Oilers fan and attended as many Oiler games as she could. She also enjoyed cooking, burning candles, traveling, going camping and going to the shooting range. She took great pride in being able to figure out and do things for herself and only if it was out of reach for her, would she ask for help! Although, she lived most of her life in the city, her heart was always in the country. She loved to go out to feed and care for the horses with Kirk and make sure the birds got fed every day. She was predeceased by her Grand Parents Eddie and Irene Lindman. She is survived by her two boys Braden and Ryan, parents Brad and Mona Stevens, Brother Todd, Grandparents Richard and Francis Stevens, and numerous Aunts, Uncles and cousins.
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