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The funeral service will be held in the Maple Creek Armouries on Monday, May 27, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Michele Rowe officiating.
A private family graveside service will be held at the Maple Creek Cemetery.
In memory of
Marci Lynn Windjack
July 14, 1968 - May 19, 2019 - Age 50

Marci Lynn Windjack, age 50, passed away on Sunday, May 19, 2019 in Calgary, Alberta.

She is survived by her husband, Perry Windjack and her three children; Allayne (Calvin) Olson and their children Luke and Bennett, Brodie Windjack and his son Mason, and Sydney Windjack; her parents, Laverne and Bernice Weiss; her sister, Nola (Claude) Palmier; nieces, Elyse, Erin, Eden & Emeri along with their families; mother-in-law, Iris Windjack; brother-in-law, Rod Windjack and family and numerous Aunts, Uncles and cousins. She was predeceased by her father in-law, Walter Windjack and her grandparents, Roy and Helen Gold and Emmanuel and Martha Weiss. Her family was almost always first - unless the cows called! She was a proud mother and grandmother who was over the moon happy to have her little ones in her life and could not wait for another little bundle to arrive this fall.

Marci was born on July 14th, 1968 in Maple Creek, Saskatchewan. She loved growing up on her parent’s ranch with her sister, Nola, and their Hereford cows, horses, four legged friends and even her ducks, Gertrude and George. During her school years she was actively involved in barrel racing, figure skating and curling. After graduation, Marci moved to Saskatoon to attend SAIT where she completed her Animal Tech course. In 1990, she married Perry Windjack of Weyburn and they moved home to Maple Creek onto the Newby ranch. Marci loved being able to continue her father’s ranching legacy while working alongside her parents, sister, and husband, with this passion being passed down to her children and grandchildren. She also held different jobs within the community, eventually joining the John Deere dealership where she worked for over 25 years. She enjoyed being able to visit with the local farmers and ranchers and was able to create close relationships with the Hutterite colonies where she would purchase hundreds of pounds of cukes and tomatoes every year.

Marci was an active member of the Maple Creek Curling Club and enjoyed her nights on the ice, curling with her sister, friends and both of her daughters. She travelled many miles to her kids hockey games and rodeos as she enjoyed watching and supporting them do what they love. Another passion of Marci’s was quilting and she gifted many of them to loved ones over the last 10 years.

Marci was always positive and full of life. She always had a ‘Hello’ ready for anyone she met and was supportive of all those who have travelled the same road that she was currently on. Marci will forever be missed and the void in our hearts will never be filled. Her determination and strong will is a trait that defined her perfectly. The strongest woman we know...

A Celebration of Marci’s life will be held on Monday, May 27th, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. at the Maple Creek Armouries with Rev. Michele Rowe officiating. A private family graveside service will be held at the Maple Creek Cemetery. Lunch and refreshments will be served following the service. To e-mail an expression of sympathy please direct it to [email protected] subject heading: Marci Windjack.

Message from Debbie Farnden May 23, 2019

One amazing lady. She will be truly missed. Hoping you can find Comfort in knowing she is at Peace. Forever in your Hearts.


Debbie Farnden
Message from Tina McAlister May 23, 2019

Thinking of you all.


Tina McAlister
Message from Gena Hoffer May 24, 2019

My heart is breaking for you Bernice and Laverne, Nola and Perry and family. . I will never forget Marci’s beautiful smile, her spunk and her laugh, she always had a twinkle in her eye.
Hugs to you all
Gena Hoffer and family


Gena Hoffer
Message from Helen Gunn (Newkirk) May 24, 2019

My condolences to you all. Laverne and Bernice I am so sorry for your loss. Life sure isn't fair that is for sure.


Helen Gunn (Newkirk)
Message from Lindsay May 24, 2019

Sorry for your loss. I enjoyed getting to know Marci through work, she has an amazing personality, she will be missed.
Thinking of all the family and offering my deepest condolences.


Lindsay
Message from Guy and Ardene May 27, 2019

Our sincere condolences to your family. Know we will be thinking of you .


Guy and Ardene
Message from Vince and Marian Schell May 27, 2019

Our deepest sympathy to the Weiss and Windjack families. Our thoughts are with you.


Vince and Marian Schell
Message from Garry and Joan Wagner May 27, 2019

Our deepest sympathy to your family. She was a very special person.


Garry and Joan Wagner
Message from Shelly & Harvey Kay May 27, 2019

This is so very tragic. Our sympathies to all of you. Hope you find comfort in your memories. We're thinking of you.


Shelly & Harvey Kay
Message from Betty Anne and Dan O'Neail May 28, 2019

My heart breaks for all of you. Marci and I were room mates at the Medicine Hat Hospital just prior to her leaving the hospital. She was a beautiful lady. We enjoyed many a laugh and many a serious talk. We laughed and shed a tear or two and grew to be fond one with the other.
This I know . She loved her husband and children beyond words. She talked endlessly about her grand boys and how she had to be well for a new baby in the fall ! Family was most important to her.
Our sympathy and prayer is with you all....she was truly a special lady.


Betty Anne and Dan O'Neail
Message from Leah and Bob Schuller July 16, 2019

We are so sorry for your loss - Marci was a fantastic Woman, Mother, Daughter, Sister, and Grandmother and will be missed greatly by all who knew her. Our condolences go out to Perry, her children, Nola and Family, and Bernice and Laverne and to all those who shared in her daily life. Only time helps heal the hurt and loss, however memories and laughter will bring comfort and smiles to your faces. God Bless and heaven is up one Angel - Leah and Bob Schuller


Leah and Bob Schuller