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Janice Nimalovitch (nee Popoff)
July 27, 1960 - December 9, 2015
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<div itemprop="description"><br />In the early morning hours of Tuesday, December 9, 2015, surrounded by family and friends, the angels that Janice loved and believed in, came and carried her to a place where she would finally be free from her pain and suffering. Even with her fierce determination and utmost love for life, Janice lost her courageous battle with scleroderma. <br /> <br />Left to mourn are her: loving husband, Dwayne; their son Evan (Jolene) and grandsons Quintin, Matthew &amp; Jorryn; siblings Cal Popoff, Bev (Les Kirilenko), Kyla (Les Burwell); mother-in-law Sylvia Nimalovitch, sisters and brothers-in-law Betty Ann (Phil Farion), Brian Nimalovitch (Wanda), Brent Nimalovitch (Tim Paetkau); along with very special aunts Verna Sauve, Alice Howes and Tina Dryhorub; and two best life-long friends Laura Papp and Gail Adamowski. Janice is also survived by numerous extended family members and friends. <br /> <br />Janice was predeceased by her: parents Lindsay and Helen Popoff; father-in-law Bill Nimalovitch; along with Randy Nimalovitch, Colleen Nimalovitch, Tina Nimalovitch, and John and Grace Strelioff all of whom held a very special place in Janice's heart. <br /> <br />Janice was born in Saskatoon on July 27, 1960. She graduated from Bedford Road Collegiate in 1977. As a child, she enjoyed spending time with her family and especially enjoyed time spent helping her father. Later in life Janice's outgoing personality guided her to choose occupations that would allow her to interact with people. She was truly a charismatic person and touched the hearts of everyone she met. Janice's first and utmost priority and dedication was to family. She loved to entertain and have family close by her side. Numerous holidays were spent at her house, filled with love, and the amazing plentiful meals she prepared. These family gatherings were followed by another one of Janice's favorite pastimes; playing Kaiser. She loved the game and she loved to win! For all that new Janice knew that, along with Janice's love for family and friends, her love for animals was also evident. Her pets were her family and were treated as such. Janice will be lovingly remember and thoroughly missed by everyone who knew her. <br /> <br />The family would like to extend their gratitude to the staff and doctors at St. Paul's hospital for their exemplary care. <br /> <br />Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, December 15, 2015, at 2:00 p.m. at Mayfair United Church (902 - 33rd Street West). <br /> <br />In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Scleroderma Society of Canada. <br /> <br />&quot;HEAVEN GAINED ANOTHER ANGEL&quot; <br /> <br />To view this notice and share your memories, visit &ldquo;Obituaries&rdquo;. <br />Arrangements entrusted to Derryl Hildebrandt, Park Funeral Chapel, 306.244.2103. <br /> <br /></div>