Posted: May 2nd, 2018

Marie Jeannette Reimer (née Comeau) passed away on Monday, April 30th, 2018 at Clover House in Swift Current after a courageous battle with cancer.  Jeannette was born at home on August 2, 1946 in Claire-Fontaine, NB, a small French fishing village that is now part of Kouchibouguac National Park.  Her youth was spent working in Fredericton and spending quality time with friends and family. In 1970, Jeannette married Murray Reimer and relocated to Swift Current where she lived a full life as a dedicated home-maker and caregiver to many. Jeannette leaves behind her loving husband of 47 years, her daughter Monique (Jensen), her husband Marc and son Victor. Jeannette is predeceased by her parents Willy and Elvina Comeau and four of her ten siblings; Mederick, Alyre, Germaine and Lauda.  Jeannette was an outgoing people person and enjoyed playing cards, gardening, and organizing family events.  As a young newlywed, family, friends and neighbors were important to her as she learned how to speak English and adjust to the prairie way of life.  Jeannette was a loving determined, creative, kind and hard-working woman. She is best remembered by many for her talents in horticulture, scrapbooking and beautiful photography. Thank you to all our family, friends and neighbors who prayed for Jeannette and sent her love and support with phone calls, visits, food preparation and other help she needed. Also, thank you to the hospital nurses, home care nurses and Clover House palliative care staff.  In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Dorie’s House, a home dedicated to at-risk youth in Swift Current. (Mailing Address: Box 103, Swift Current Saskatchewan S9H 3V5) For further information on donating and to sign the family book of condolences, visit

7 Condolences to “REIMER – MARIE (JEANNETTE)”

  1. Ed and Denise Jensen says:

    Our thoughts are with you at this sad time. Take comfort in special memories of your time together. We have made a donation to Dories House in Jeannette’s memory.
    Ed and Denise Jensen

  2. Karen & Dewain Breault & family says:

    Murray and monique and Marc &Victor.Our thoughts and prayers. Are with you at this very very sad time. Jeannette will be missed by so many . We all loved Jeannette . What a beautiful special lady she was. Rest in peace Jeannette.

  3. Kay Hershmiller says:

    So sorry about your loss, the world has lost a lovely person. We worked together at the Day Care where she was a wonderful care giver & friend . My sincere condolences to everyone who was part of her life. I loved her very much & will miss her . Kay

  4. Kay Hershmiller says:

    My sincere condolence to everyone who knew Jeannette , she was a lovely person who I loved & respected very much . She brought so much life into the Day Care where we worked together with her sparkling eyes & little French songs that she would teach to the children . She will be greatly missed, Kay

  5. Kay Hershmiller says:

    My sincere condolence to anyone who knew Jeannette , she was a wonderful friend & co-worker at the Day Care where we worked together. She always had a sweet smile & sparking eyes. I will never forget the little French songs that she taught the children , I loved her very much & will miss her as I am sure all of her friends & family will too, Kay

  6. Marie-Ann MacIsaac says:

    May your sweet memories of this wonderful lady sustain you through this trying time. Asincere condolence on the passing of Jeannette. Joe and Marie-Ann Mac Isaac.

  7. Tiena Regier says:

    Murry…Sincere sympathy to you and your family in the loss of Jeanette. I so enjoyed her company at the bowling alley.

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