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JOHN "BUD" MAYOH OBITUARY 
July 23, 2020  

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The family of John "Bud" Mayoh of St. Paul Lutheran Home, beloved husband of Carol Mayoh of Regina, sadly announce his passing on Thursday, July 23, 2020 at the age of 77 years. There will be no service held as per Bud’s request.

Bud was born in Melville, SK. to parents Frank and Hilda Mayoh. He grew up on the family farm south of Waldron.
On September 4, 1970 he married Carol Markham from the Good Hope district of Waldron. They were blessed with 3 children, Shelley (Calvin), Kent (Candy), Serena (Dwayne), two grandchildren, Coralee (Kaleb) and Collin.

Bud enjoyed camping, fishing, road trips and exploring back country roads. He was a good cook and made things like stuffed green peppers, Chinese food and homemade soup. He could make a whole meal. He liked to plant the garden but weeding not so much. He designed and built a work shed in the yard.

Bud was a pipefitter by trade and belonged to Local 179 Pipefitters and Plumbers Union. He worked at various potash mines in the province, Esterhazy, Cominco, Rocanville and others. In between jobs he did mechanical work at his Dad’s garage in Bangor. Before retiring, Bud spent 15 years working at Boundary Dam in Estevan for several different contractors. He worked away from home a lot and many weekends were spent driving back and forth. Carol and the kids missed him being away from home.

Bud and Carol lived in Esterhazy and Waldron for a short time before moving to Bangor. In February 2013 they moved to Regina to be closer to the kids.

Bud was deceased by parents, Frank and Hilda Mayoh, brother Bill, father and mother-in-law Donald and Marguerite Markham, brothers-in-law Allen Markham, Alf Gosick and Rick Spokes. He is survived by loving wife Carol, children, grandchildren, sister-in-law Marlene Mayoh, sister-in-law Ruth Gosick, sister and brother-in-law Sylvia and Richard Harvey, brother and sister-in-law Jim and Emma Markham and many cousins, nieces and nephews.

The family would like to thank the staff of St. Paul Lutheran Home in Melville where he spent the last year of his life, as well as, Dr. Ibrahim.

If anyone so desires, donations may be made to the Waldron Cemetery Fund, Box 7, Waldron, SK S0A 4K0

John

 

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UA Memorial

JOHN "BUD" MAYOH OBITUARY 
July 23, 2020  

Obituary

The family of John "Bud" Mayoh of St. Paul Lutheran Home, beloved husband of Carol Mayoh of Regina, sadly announce his passing on Thursday, July 23, 2020 at the age of 77 years. There will be no service held as per Bud’s request.

Bud was born in Melville, SK. to parents Frank and Hilda Mayoh. He grew up on the family farm south of Waldron.
On September 4, 1970 he married Carol Markham from the Good Hope district of Waldron. They were blessed with 3 children, Shelley (Calvin), Kent (Candy), Serena (Dwayne), two grandchildren, Coralee (Kaleb) and Collin.

Bud enjoyed camping, fishing, road trips and exploring back country roads. He was a good cook and made things like stuffed green peppers, Chinese food and homemade soup. He could make a whole meal. He liked to plant the garden but weeding not so much. He designed and built a work shed in the yard.

Bud was a pipefitter by trade and belonged to Local 179 Pipefitters and Plumbers Union. He worked at various potash mines in the province, Esterhazy, Cominco, Rocanville and others. In between jobs he did mechanical work at his Dad’s garage in Bangor. Before retiring, Bud spent 15 years working at Boundary Dam in Estevan for several different contractors. He worked away from home a lot and many weekends were spent driving back and forth. Carol and the kids missed him being away from home.

Bud and Carol lived in Esterhazy and Waldron for a short time before moving to Bangor. In February 2013 they moved to Regina to be closer to the kids.

Bud was deceased by parents, Frank and Hilda Mayoh, brother Bill, father and mother-in-law Donald and Marguerite Markham, brothers-in-law Allen Markham, Alf Gosick and Rick Spokes. He is survived by loving wife Carol, children, grandchildren, sister-in-law Marlene Mayoh, sister-in-law Ruth Gosick, sister and brother-in-law Sylvia and Richard Harvey, brother and sister-in-law Jim and Emma Markham and many cousins, nieces and nephews.

The family would like to thank the staff of St. Paul Lutheran Home in Melville where he spent the last year of his life, as well as, Dr. Ibrahim.

If anyone so desires, donations may be made to the Waldron Cemetery Fund, Box 7, Waldron, SK S0A 4K0

John

 

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