Clara Christine Saby

Jan 31, 2018
It is with heavy hearts the family of Clara Christine Saby announce her passing at the Trillium Lodge in Parksville on January 31st, 2018.

She was predeceased by her mother and father Christina and Nicholas Rambold, and her sister Sandra Rambold. Clara leaves behind to mourn her passing her loving husband Rick Saby, daughters Angelsea Saby of Toronto, ON, Theresa Kent (Matthew) of Nanaimo, BC and Jennifer Chapman (Victor) of Ahousaht, BC, grandchildren; Edwin Kent, Serena Chapman, Madeline Kent and Rowan Chapman, sisters; Linda Rambold of Saskatoon, SK and Anette Sieben (Larry) of Lloydminster, SK.

Clara was a member of the Roman Catholic Church and Conservative Party of Canada. She worked for many years at Care Homes as a long- term care aide in Manitoba and then as a nurse’s aide in BC, always providing much love and care.

In her leisure, Clara loved spending time with her grandchildren and reading. She was a strong woman of abundant Faith, who loved her family dearly. She was always cheerful and overflowing with Faith, Hope and Love. She was a faithful and loving wife to Rick since 1976. She considered her children and grandchildren as a special and cherished gift from God. By her we know Love!

Please kindly consider a donation in Clara’s memory to the Terry Fox Foundation or the Canadian Cancer Society.

Prayers will be offered on Tuesday, February 6th at 7:30 pm from Christ the King Roman Catholic Church, Courtenay, where Mass of Christian Burial will take place on Wednesday, February 7th at 11:00 am, followed by interment at Courtenay Civic Cemetery.

The Saby Family would like to thank the health care professionals, staff and volunteers at the Vancouver Island Health Authority Hospitals of St. Josephs Hospital Comox; Nanaimo Regional General Hospital; North Island Hospital Comox Valley; Oceanside Health Care and Hospice Society and to the BC Cancer Agency Victoria.

A most heartfelt thank you to Dr. Susan Hunter and the Palliative Care Team at Trillium Lodge Hospice in Parksville, BC. God Bless them all for their dedication and hard work on behalf of all cancer patients.

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