Angela Clare Mattson passed away at Lashburn, Saskatchewan on Friday, July 14, 2023 at the age of 46 years.
Angela is survived by: her loving husband, Kent; her son, Cameron (Faith Chibri); daughter, Haylie; parents, Dan & Marj Koberinski; brother, Neil (Ashley) and their children, Kynley and Karsyn; sister, Carla; brother, John (Lisa) and their children, Owen and Anderson; parents-in-law, Milt & Linda Mattson; and sister in law, Laura (Clint) and their children, Kaden and Rylan.
Angela Mattson is predeceased by: and her brother, Greg.
The Funeral Service will be conducted from Lashburn Hall, Lashburn, SK on Thursday, July 20, 2023 at 1:30 PM. If you are unable to attend in person, you may view the live streaming of the service posted on McCaw Funeral Service website under Angela's obituary at the time of service.
Donations in memory of Angela may be made to Lloydminster Regional Health Foundation - Dialysis Unit.
Angie was born in Humboldt, Saskatchewan on January 21, 1977 to loving parents Marj and Dan Koberinski. She grew up in Rocanville, SK where she attended elementary school. The family later moved to Lanigan, SK and Angie graduated from high school there in 1995.
After high school Angie moved to Humboldt to further her education and it was there that she met and later married Kent Mattson on August 21, 1999. The couple welcomed their first child, Cameron to the world on Feb 24, 2001. Work took the young family to Lashburn, SK where they put down their roots and welcomed their second child, Haylie on February 9, 2011.
Angie was diagnosed with Lupus in 1997 and battled the disease the reast of her life. Her health began to deteriorate to the point where she started dialysis three times a week which immensely tired her out. She persevered and continued to look after her family until her passing.
Thoughtful, caring, compassionate, loving, devoted and selfless are a few of the many characteristics that one would use to describe Angie. She loved her family with a passion and had a strong faith in God. Some of her many pleasures were camping, fires in the backyard, gardening and reading. She touched the lives of many in her daily living. She will forever be with us in our hearts.
Angie's memorial card can be viewed or downloaded from the link below.