Graveside Service For: Tiana Nicole Denise Friesen
Graveside Service Date: August 31, 2023
Tiana Nicole Denise Friesen, 21, of Wawota, Saskatchewan formerly of Landmark, passed away Wednesday, August 23rd in Saskatchewan. She is survived by her parents Dan and Julie, and 2 siblings. She was predeceased by her grandmother Anita Friesen and grandfather John Dyck.
A graveside service for Tiana Nicole Denise Friesen will be held Thursday, August 31st at 11am at Milford Cemetery, Treesbank, Manitoba. Please bring a lawn chair or blanket.
Viewing will be held at Milford Cemetery Thursday, August 31st at 10:15am.
Donations may be made to a trust fund in Tiana’s name for young dancers.
Arrangements by Memories Chapel, Brandon.
The summer of 2021 found her building more relationships at Camp Evergreen, and in fall she acquired Rowley as an unofficial therapy dog. Following college graduation in 2022, Tiana accepted a seasonal job in BC. Getting paid to ride her horse, Foxy, at Chilco Ranch, was her dream ranch job.
Her 4th province of residence was Saskatchewan, caring for bison at RJ Game Farm near Fairlight until this spring. While there, she picked up June Bug to train after work, and Skate to fill in any possible spare time and be Rowley’s playmate. Longing to employ the four animals she loved, Tiana was offered work down the road at Ramage Land and Cattle Co. Loving what she did, on August 23, 2023, Tiana saddled up Foxy and rode off to check the cattle on the ranch for the last time.
Tiana is survived by her parents Dan and Julie, siblings Aliyah (Brandon) and Barrett (Dylan),
Nana Barb Dyck, and Grandpa Neil Friesen. She was predeceased by her Grandma Anita Friesen, Grandpa John Dyck, and Great-Grandparents.
There will be an Auf Wiedersehen (Until We Meet Again) held at the Millford Cemetery, Treesbank, Manitoba on Thursday, August 31, 2023 at 11:00 a.m. Respects may be paid beginning at 10:00 a.m.
A memorial fund in Tiana’s name is being set up for young dancers, cheques may be made payable to the Estate of Tiana Friesen.
Expressions of sympathy may be made at www.memorieschapel.com.