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SYLVIA FRANCES HIEBERT

Born: Sep 02, 1943

Date of Passing: Mar 10, 2021

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SYLVIA FRANCES HIEBERT
September 2, 1943 - March 10, 2021

Survived by husband Jake, brother Steve (Emily), cousin Gloria and numerous nieces and nephews.
Sylvia and Jake had a hobby farm near Argyle, MB, where she enjoyed looking after cattle and making hay. She also worked 11 years at Sig's Grill in Stonewall where she met many wonderful people.
After retirement they moved to Winnipeg and she then enjoyed city life.
As per her wishes she will be cremated and no service will be held.
Remember her as you will.


Ken Loehmer Funeral Services
204-886-0404

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Mar 13, 2021

Condolences & Memories (10 entries)

  • Our thoughts and prayers go out to (Uncle) Jake on the loss of his beloved wife and lifelong partner (Auntie) Sylvia. Many wonderful memories of Auntie Sylvia attending family gatherings with her incredible zest for life and always more than a few laughs. She will be forever in our hearts. Love Henry, Marilyn (Ed) and family, Valerie and family, Verna (John) and family - Posted by: Verna Hiebert (Niece) on: Mar 18, 2021

  • I was so very happy to finally meet Sylvia after many years of hearing the wonderful stories that my Mom, Beverley McFee (Cowie) and her shared growing up. It was a wonderful surprise we pulled off for Mom’s 75th Birthday and Sylvia was just as excited to pull off a fast one on her long time friend too. They rekindled a friendship and our correspondence over the last 3-4 years allowed me to see the kind and thoughtful woman she was. So sorry for your loss Jake and family. - Posted by: Carla Chalifoux (Friend) on: Mar 15, 2021

  • When I think back - as far as I can remember as a young adult - I have so many fond memories of Sylvia ("Sylvi" as I've always called her), as we were totally inseparable at that time. Including moving to the big city to start out our new adventures together as early as age 17! We had a ton of fun rooming together with our other buddy Ellen. We were the three Musketeers always looking out for one another. Sylvi being the bravest always of us all. As we get older and life takes us down our next paths, Sylvi and I lost track of each other for awhile. But I can say how wonderful it was to reconnect again with her these last several years. Picking up where we left off, sharing our younger day stories once again, and laughing like we never skipped a beat. Enjoying re-familiarizing ourselves with one another and I being able to meet Jake. Sylvi had so many talents! An outgoing, generous and kind soul, stylish, always well-manicured, a great cook and even better baker. But overall - she was a true friend. I looked forward to our weekly morning conversations, and there were many. I was able to witness once again her amazing bravery as she battled her health. I will miss my dear friend deeply. Love to her family and Jake at this very sad time & always. May you rest in peace Sylvi. Bev - Posted by: Bev McFee (and Gina) (Dear Friend) on: Mar 15, 2021

  • I remember Sylvia as a very happy, fun loving person. She was our neighbor in Argyle. I would go visit her as a child and we would have laughs together and she always had cookies to share. My condolences to Jake and the rest of the family. She will be sadly missed. My prayers and thoughts are with you all. - Posted by: Cathy (Granger) Wiwchar (Friend) on: Mar 14, 2021

  • Sorry for your loss Jake she is a truly wonderful lady ! I spoke with her a few years ago We had a great conversation. I Worked with Sylvia at Sigs Grill. She was a Wonderful lady to work with, lots laughs, a joy to work with and big heart!! ❤️ leaving great memories A sweetheart of a lady REST IN HEAVEN SYLVIA - Posted by: Lloyd Waldner (Friend ) on: Mar 13, 2021

  • Sylvia and Jake were neighbors when we lived in Argyle. They were both amazing people. She had a great sense of humour. Always smiling and laughing. When I went to Sigs we always had a great laugh. I am so sorry to hear of her passing. My condolences to Jake and family. My prayers and thoughts are with you all. She will be missed. - Posted by: Cathy (Granger) Wiwchar (Friend) on: Mar 13, 2021

  • To my sister and her husband Jake. Sylvia was amazing person who lived and gave back love to people in her life. She loved to bake, outdoors (nature), socialize with her friends. Was absolutely consumed by Ford products (caused many heated debates being a GM man). Its with great sadness that her life was taken so quickly from us. We will miss you greatly sister!!! - Posted by: Steve Shasko (Brother) on: Mar 13, 2021

  • We are saddened by the news of Sylvia's passing and offer our heartfelt sympathies to Jake and family. We are so grateful our paths crossed with Sylvia's and opened the door to a cherished friendship the memories of which will remain strong. She will be missed. - Posted by: Lois and Garry Harland (Friends) on: Mar 13, 2021

  • Dear Jake and Family, We are so very sorry to hear of Sylvia's passing. She was so kind, generous and funny. She loved people, animals and life. It was so heartwarming to watch her with her animals, the love she gave them. I (Lorrie) have the fondest memories of her, horseback riding over to your place a mile and a half away. She always welcomed me with open arms, admiring my horse, sharing a fresh batch of cookies, talking and laughing. She truly was an amazing person. - Posted by: Lorrie (Granger) and Bernie Kratzer (Friend) on: Mar 13, 2021

  • We are so very sorry to hear of Sylvia's passing. Our Deepest Sympathy to Jake and all of the Family. - Posted by: Martin & Lillian Dodd (Friends) on: Mar 13, 2021

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