Friday, December 9, 2022
December 9, 2022

Nola Christine SATER

Nola Christine Sater

We are heartbroken to announce the passing of our beautiful mother, Nola Christine Sater on March 19, 2017. Nola was born May 9, 1959. Nola spent the majority of her life on the Gulf Islands with time spent in the Shuswap and Saskatchewan as well. She made many friends and touched many lives along the way. Nola is survived by her three children, Christine Niemi (Shane), Jecelyn Boyechko (Dave Griffith), and Nolan Severight; and five grandchildren who she loved to spend time with as well as her Mother, Patricia Sater, and siblings, Ivor, Erin, and Lisa. Nola will be remembered for her kind, loving, compassionate, and generous nature, her wonderful sense of humor, her love of family, gardening, and enjoying the simple pleasures of life and nature. Nola wore her heart on her sleeve and fought hard for what she believed in: family, humanity, and horses.

Nola was predeceased by her infant son Richard Boyechko, and her father Kenneth Sater.

We would like to thank all who supported and comforted her through her last months. A service to honor and remember Nola will be held at the Lions Hall on April 8th from 2-4. We would love to share memories over coffee, tears, and smiles.

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