It is with heavy hearts the family of Shirley Anne (Shanne) Ziebart, announce her passing on Friday, May 11, 2018, at the age of 83 years. Shirley Anne was born in Medicine Hat on April 22, 1935, a daughter to Stanley and Kathleen Knight. She attended Connaught School and graduated from Alexandra High School. She married Pius ‘Zeke’ Ziebart and their marriage was blessed with the births of six children. Once the kids were in school she started working in the bank where she would spend the next 25 years. Throughout her years she enjoyed travelling and golf (2 holes in 1), reading and spending time with her grandchildren. Shirley Anne was an avid Tiger’s fan and rarely missed a game. Her memory will be cherished in the hearts of her children, Janet (James) Zeller, Kate Ziebart, Donna (Richard) Dworschak and Beth (Robert) Leentvaar; and grandchildren: Alicia Ziebart (Christof) and Jeremy Ziebart (Terilyn); Nick (De Andra) Zeller and their daughter, Austyn, Mitch (Blythe) Zeller and Erin Zeller (Mark); Kris Dworschak (Erin), Craig Dworschak (Emily); Derek Leentvaar (Celeste) and Emily Leentvaar, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Zeke in 2009, son, Stanley in 2012, infant daughter, Linda Marie and her parents. A Celebration of Shirley Anne’s life will be held at Cook Southland Funeral Chapel, 901 - 13 Street S.W., Medicine Hat on Wednesday, May 16, 2018, at 2:00 p.m. with Life Celebrant Gerry Getz officiating. (Condolences may be expressed by visiting our website at www.cooksouthland.com). Memorial donations in Shirley Anne’s name may be made directly to the Medicine Hat & District Health Foundation (Neo Natal Unit), 666 - 5th Street S.W., Medicine Hat, Alberta, T1A 4H6. Honoured to serve the family is
To the Ziebart family; sorry to hear about your mother. Please accept our sincere sympathy.
We wish to offer our condolences to you, the Ziebart Family. Dave grew up in Medicine Hat also, played ball with your father and knew Shirley Ann throughout the years. I met Shirley Ann (Shann) through golf and we went to Yoga together. Always enjoyed her company and have fond memories of the time spent together.
My condolences to Shann's family and many friends. She was like the big sister I never had back in the 40s. Our families spent lots of time together as we lived within a few blocks of each other.
To Beth and (Ziebart) family, we are so sorry to hear about you Mom. Our prayers and thoughts are with all of you at this very difficult time. If there is anything we can do, please don't hesitate to call. Thinking of you.
To all of Shirley Anne's family....... My condolences on the loss of your Mom, cousin etc.
I grew up beside Barbara and Donna Lynch back in the good old days. They were cousins and Shirley Anne visited the Lynch family (Bill and Julia) from time to time. Donna, my older sister Joyce and your mom played together and being 5 years older than Barb and me, were always trying to "ditch us" !!!!
I remember Shirley Anne as a lovely, soft spoken person and when I met her years later she hadn't changed at all.
More recently, when I saw your Mom at Masterpiece, she told a wonderful story about Dr. Wilf Campbell. Shirley Anne had been swimming earlier in the day and by supper time wasn't feeling all that good, she said. Her mom phoned the doctor and hearing what the symptoms were came right over to see S A and immediately took her to hospital.
Her illness turned out to be polio and she told me that if he hadn't helped her so quickly she would have been very much more ill.
Sorry that I will be out of town on Wed.
With our sincere sympathy. We have fond memories of Shanne from the golf course, and Terry recalls Shanne selling him his first RRSP at CIBC in Crescent Heights.
Beth and Family, thinking of all of you at this time. Sorry for your loss.