Jennifer Eileen Sader
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May 4th, 1965 – January 11th, 2021
Jennifer was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Jennifer spent her earliest years in Moose Jaw where she attended preschool. She lived in Turtleford and Meadow Lake. Jennifer spent her childhood in Prince Albert. She was raised Catholic as the daughter of Carol and Louis Sader. She attended and graduated from St. John’s School, Holy Cross, and Carlton High School, along with post-secondary training. Jennifer also attended KIN Enterprises for 15 years going from the workshop, Starlight restaurant and then the SAGE program. She enjoyed bowling from a young age, and this is where she earned many trophies in her sport. She was a good swimmer, adept at rummoli and other card games, and liked cross country skiing. She was a gentle spirit at peace with the outdoors and enjoyed camping and many days up at the lake including the beaches of Emma Lake, Jackfish Lake, and Weyakwin. Jennifer liked catching fish and boating. Her favorite summers were spent up at Camp Thunderbird with her many lifelong friends. She was a dependable employee throughout her adulthood, skilled in both carpentry and the hospitality industries. Jennifer was known for a whimsical sense of humor and contagious laughter. She shone in the world with a lighthearted, enthusiastic, and playful attitude. Her friends and family knew her for her mood-lifting signature phrases such as “It’s so fun to be silly!”. An avid collector, she had an award-winning pin collection, and cherished a wide variety of electric and fanciful types of memorabilia. She was a founding member of People First Community Group; she was involved in TOPS and attended group conventions throughout the province. She had an extensive music library and really enjoyed listening to it. The love of her life, Terry, is a music DJ, their marriage was made in Rock ‘N Roll heaven. Jennifer will be forever loved and cherished in each of our hearts for her many roles as a daughter, granddaughter, sister, foster-sister, sister-in-law, cousin, niece, auntie, friend, neighbor, girlfriend, roommate, and wife. Survived by her loving husband, Terry Chitrenia, her parents Carol and Louis Sader, Nanaimo, BC, brother David Sader and family, Vermilion, AB, and her sister Susan Sader and family, Los Angeles, CA. Ray & Debbie Penner of Saskatoon, SK. Jennifer was predeceased by her Grandparents, Henry and Eileen Penner of Saskatoon, SK, Grandparents Francis and Mirelda Sader of Penticton, BC, sister Robyn Hallet of Saskatoon, SK, Uncle Lawrence and Doreen Benoit, Prince Albert, SK. Her family expresses their deepest gratitude to her many support workers, caregivers, and the hospital staff, nurses, and doctors.
Private Service will be held at MacKenzie Chapel.
Arrangements in care of MacKenzie Chapel & Crematorium Brian and Bev Stobbs, Renée Phaneuf – Funeral Directors. www.MacKenzieChapel.ca 306.763.8488