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–archaic public service rules being modernised

THE People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Administration is examining the possibility of implementing an e-governance structure to deliver its services to citizens digitally, in an effort to develop and modernise the public service in Guyana.

This was according to Public Service Minister, Sonia Parag, during her remarks on a exact programme.
Electronic governance or e-governance is the application of information technology (IT) for delivering government services, exchange of information and communication transactions.

“We’re looking at an e-governance format that will go across the agencies and the ministries so that we have a very unified way of dealing with documentation and the processing of information, the transmitting of information and of course in a very structured way so that we can all be on the same page,” Minister Parag said.

However, for this to be implemented, personnel in the public service must become familiarised with information technology. As such, robust training will be rolled out for the public service as well as at the community level in 2023.

The Centre for Excellence in Information Technology (CEIT), which falls under the ministry’s purview will be executing the training programme.
In addition, the archaic public service rules are being modernised.

“We did a draft of the Public Service rules of 1987. The Attorney General Chambers and I would have done a draft of updated rules and would have based it on what we need in Guyana but also on modern rules in the rest of the Caribbean … that have not come to pass as yet because we have to do the consultation.
“We have to be able to consult with the various stakeholders. So, that is on the cards,” she said.

The Housing and Water Ministry is also working on legislation for the Single Window Electronic System, which will make doing business in Guyana much easier.
The Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) is also looking to go digital with its governance structure.

“All of these things are coming onboard and those are the things that the public service can look forward to in the upcoming years,” Minister Parag.

Sat, 03 Dec 2022 19:29:00 -0600 en-US text/html
Killexams : Sonia Kruger, 57, reveals the secret to her VERY youthful skin and ageless physique after adding one special product to her daily routine

Sonia Kruger, 57, reveals the secret to her VERY youthful skin and ageless physique after adding one special product to her daily routine

Sonia Kruger has opened up about her tips to having incredible, youthful skin all over your body.

The age-defying beauty, 57, took to Instagram to reveal that she added a particular product to her daily routine, and that it's done wonders for her skin.

The Bio-Oil product is a hydrating gel moisturiser that has the moisturising benefits of an oil paired with the absorption of a gel.

Sonia Kruger has opened up about her tips to having incredible, youthful skin all over your body

Sharing a video of the product to Instagram, she wrote: 'Hydration for the nation!

She also said that it had given her the 'confidence' to 'love the skin I'm in' and that she'd added it to her morning and night routine. 

The Voice presenter then proceeded to lather the gel on her arms, legs and chest in an effort demonstrate the gel's capabilities. 

The star also admitted that it was a paid post and an advertisement, so it's unclear if she's a regular user of the product or not. 

The age-defying beauty, 57, took to Instagram to reveal that she added a particular product to her daily routine, and that it's done wonders for her skin 

She also said that it had given her the 'confidence' to 'love the skin I'm in' 

Sonia has spent the past 10 years paying close attention to her skincare.

Last year, the Australian television star and mum-of-one gave FEMAIL a sneak peek behind the doors of her beauty cabinet, which features prominently Australian products.

The most important part of Sonia's skincare ritual starts at the end of her working day when she begins the 'mission' of removing her make up.

The TV personality said she starts with Neutrogena's oil free eye make up remover before cleaning her skin again with Bioderma's Micellar Water.

The Voice presenter then proceeded to lather the gel on her arms, legs and chest in an effort demonstrate the gel's capabilities

She then uses Neutrogena's Oil Free Eye Makeup Remover before finishing off with The Deep Cleanse by Tatcha and slathering on a moisturiser.

'I will also use the Three Warriors Tasmanian sand scrub to take off excess body makeup and fake tan,' she added.

If she has worked the night before she always cleanses when she wakes up. 

'I like to use Medik8 calm wise soothing cleanser as it's gentle on my skin but leaves me feeling fresh,' she said.

Last year, the Australian television star and mum-of-one gave FEMAIL a sneak peek behind the doors of her beauty cabinet, which features prominently Australian products

She then applies moisturiser including the QV Face moisturising day cream which is SPF 30 and a tinted moisturiser - she says she likes to splurge here with her favourite product being the $172 Rationale tinted serum which has an SPF 50.

When she isn't working, Sonia prefers to keep things simple and deliver her skin a break by 'keeping things pretty minimal'. 

The presenter, who grew up in Toowoomba, Queensland, also likes to maintain a beautiful golden tan - without damaging her skin - so needs to touch up her fake tan every few days.

 Sonia says her mother has amazing skin - and she credits her luck in that department to those genetics

'I use Three Warriors tanning mousse. It's actually really easy and I love that it's organic and chemical free, as well as the Three Warriors face tan aqua mist as it contains olive oil and gives me a bit of a glow in next to no time,' she said.

'In my 20s I wasn't as disciplined as I should have been with sunscreen. However, now, more than ever I have realised how important it is to nourish, hydrate and illuminate my skin in a way that's as natural as possible.

'I was drawn to Three Warriors because it contains plant-based ingredients like aloe vera and olive oil that work to hydrate the skin while also giving you a sun-kissed glow,' she said.

Sonia says her mother has amazing skin - and she credits her luck in that department to those genetics.

'In my 20s and 30s I really didn't do much at all,' she revealed.

The 57-year-old puts in long hours on the set of some of Australia's biggest television shows - so needs to be camera-ready at all times

'But in the last 10 years I've really tried harder to take care of my skin. I always wear a hat, try to stay out of the sun and keep hydrated.'

'Your skin really shows how healthy you are from the inside out. I also want to set a good example for my six-year-old daughter Maggie on the importance of sunscreen and protecting ourselves from the Aussie sun.' 

The busy mum also exercises regularly - to keep her body fit and healthy but also because she believes sweating out toxins is good for the skin.

'I try to work up a sweat dancing a few times a week as part of my Strictly You online dance platform,' she said. 

What are Sonia Kruger's go-to skincare products? 


Medik8 calm wise soothing cleanser $52

QV face moisturising day cream SPF 30 $13.99

Rationale the tinted serum, SPF 50+ $172

Aveda pore refining serum $66

Ilia's lip wrap hydrating mask from Mecca $37


Neutrogena oil free eye make up remover $9

Bioderma Micellar Water $29

Deep cleanse by Tatcha $62

Three Warriors Tasmanian sand scrub $29.95

Aveda botanical kinetics intense hydrating rich cream $58

QV revitalizing eye cream $15.99

Three Warriors tanning mousse $34.95

Three Warriors face tan aqua mist $32.95

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Killexams : Soapwatch with JACI STEPHEN: Sonia’s double Dot trouble

Soapwatch with JACI STEPHEN: Sonia’s double Dot trouble

  • Sonia finds herself struggling to deal with Dot's death in Eastenders
  • In Coronation Street, Hope suggests that her, Joseph and Sam have a séance 
  • While in Emmerdale, Jimmy gets a mouthful from Mandy about a poker game
  • Read more: The latest Eastenders news on MailOnline 


Whenever you’re stressed or upset, find a bench; it’s the go-to place for locals when they want to ‘fink fings frew’. Need to get away from it all? 

Arfa’s bench, smack bang in the middle of the Square (it’s the first place anyone looks, so you’re on a hiding to nuffing). Feeling low, but desperate everyone sees you and gives you a shoulder to cry on? 

Go to Dennis’s bench. That’s where Sonia finds herself as she struggles to deal with Dot’s death and ponders what to do about Dotty who, while not completely off the rails, is certainly in the sidings. 

Even bigger than the problem of sulky Dotty is what Sonia is going to wear to Dot’s funeral. Please get her to ditch the fake fur beige coat before the big day. 

Grieving Sonia (left) is thinking about Dotty in Eastenders. She finds herself on Afra's bench in the middle of the Square 

Despite Dot’s loved ones rallying round, Sonia breaks down when she and Martin go through a box of Dot’s things. Er, what things exactly? 

She was only ever in possession of a packet of fags and a Bible. 

So, goodbye to one old face, but the return of another – Rickaaay. Good news for Denise, if Ricky stops Sam from sniffing around Jack? Or is Ricky another target for Whitney (most men are)? 

Charlie’s car share 

Sid Owen’s return as Ricky is handy for pal Charlie Brooks, who plays his sister Janine. ‘Sid lives down the road from me, so we’re sharing lifts. On the practical level, it’s fantastic!’ she says. 


Maybe there’ll be a chance at her 30th, which Finlay and Felix are determined to make special (when do they find time to work?). It’s hardly going to be the bash of the century when Whitney discovers she’s pregnant with Zack’s baby. 

A misunderstanding leads Stacey to tell Jean, and of course Jean spills the beans when she mistakenly thinks Zack already knows (of course she does; that woman could keep her mouth shut only if she had surgery to install a zipper between her lips). 

As Zack’s world comes tumbling down, how will he react to the news? And should we be pleased or terrified when Finlay and Felix promise to help raise the child, with or without Zack? 

I’d stay in that womb as long as possible, kiddo; you have no idea what awaits you on the outside.


Tyrone proposes to Fiz (pictured) in Coronation Street. However, Fiz has her hands fill with daughter Hope 

Does anyone ever get fed in Fiz and Tyrone’s house? There is only ever a handful of dishes on the draining board (always dried by Fiz; Tyrone would need sat nav to find the sink), so we have to assume most things are eaten out of chip paper. 

Break out the Fiz, Tyrone! 

Alan Halsall, who plays Tyrone, is thrilled his character is finally tying the knot with Fiz. ‘It’s been a long time coming! They had their first kiss 21 years ago. They were two kids who had tough upbringings, but they found themselves together, wanting this happy family life. I think it’s right that they finally get together.’ There’ll be just one sad note for Tyrone – that his surrogate parents Jack and Vera have passed away. ‘He would crave them to be there,’ says Alan. 


So when Tyrone proposes, why does Fiz say yes? She must think that a stable home life is what’s needed to keep Hope in order (good luck with that; chaining her to a radiator is the only thing that’s going to keep her in check). 

The icing on the cake (a cupcake, at best – let’s not forget that Alina has probably had Tyrone’s baby by now) is when the journalist who wrote the John Stape book hands over his research for fear of it getting into the wrong hands. Four words: stable door, horse, bolted. 

None of this deters Hope, who suggests to Joseph and Sam that they hold a seance to try to contact John. How will the gruesome threesome react when, mid seance, the bag containing the journalist’s material falls out of a cupboard? 

I told you – radiator! It’s the only answer. You won’t have long to wait for the wedding of the year when Tyrone brings it forward to surprise Fiz. 

A Christmas Day surprise: what could possibly go wrong? Anyone else feeling that Alina’s already on that flight from Romania?


Hen-pecked Jimmy gets a mouthful from Mandy

Mandy is annoyed with Jimmy in Emmerdale after he encourages Vinny in gambling games (pictured) 

Jimmy’s life gives a whole new meaning to hen-pecked. Marriage to Nicola is like living in a hen house, and she’s not the only woman to have a go at him. 

Now, it’s the turn of Mandy (below, with Jimmy) who, after being grateful to him for talking to a subdued Vinny during a game of snap, is furious at the next game to bring him out of his shell – poker. 

Her concern is that Vinny’s turning into his father, and when Mack and Vinny meet to discuss strategy ahead of a poker game, it seems her concerns might be justified. It’s a thin line between coming out of your shell and taking a whacking great lobster cracker to it. 

Charles isn’t having much luck recruiting choir members (they’re probably all too busy playing poker), and Ethan suggests he modernise it. Suddenly, Cathy and April are in competitive mode, but Cathy panics as she watches Ethan belt out Mariah Carey, and she breaks down. That’s a pretty quick transition to the Ex-Factor.

Rhona is unhappy when she hears Kim is opening a stud farm. Hopefully, it’s nothing to do with horses and a whole new breed of hot guys will soon be arriving.

Bernice, meanwhile, continues to struggle with the menopause, and will she read anything into the Joker card she finds after the poker game? Make the most of it – it’s the closest thing to any joke at the moment.

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Killexams : Congo Expels Reuters Reporter

Democratic Republic of Congo expelled a French journalist working for Reuters after her application for journalistic accreditation was not approved.

Sonia Rolley applied in September for accreditation to take up an assignment coordinating Reuters news coverage in Congo. She was granted permission to cover a climate conference in the capital, Kinshasa, in October while she waited for the application to be processed.

On Tuesday, she received a written summons to present herself to immigration police in Kinshasa, whom she said confiscated her passport and put her on a flight to Paris via Addis Ababa. No reason for the decision was provided to Rolley, she said.

The police communications department referred Reuters to the Interior Ministry. Reuters was unable to reach the Interior Ministry spokesman late on Tuesday, and calls to officials at the Ministry of Communications and Media went unanswered.

At 5:25 pm on Tuesday, a government official sent a WhatsApp message to another journalist working for Reuters saying, "Are you aware of the expulsion of Sonia by the services? She is gone!"

The official, who asked not to be identified because he was not authorized to speak to the media, did not specify the services he was referring to.

"We are offering Sonia Rolley assistance and urgently seeking information from the Congolese authorities," Reuters said in a statement.

"Reuters will continue to report from Congo in an independent and impartial way, as we do around the world."

Tue, 08 Nov 2022 19:54:00 -0600 en text/html
Killexams : Sonia Booth: POPI Act ‘tricky’ as shared information relates to her experience
The fine line between the right and dark side of social media exposure is blurred and subject to what information is shared. Over the weekend, the Saint Champagne Bar and Lounge in Zonnebloem – known for its many celebrity clients – decided to take to social media to name and shame patrons for failing to pay their bills. Saint management gave patrons with outstanding bills 12 hours to settle or risk their identities being made public. This week, the Afrikaans TikTok For You Page blew up after a social media user exposed personal matters between a former Mrs Mpumalanga semifinalist...

The fine line between the right and dark side of social media exposure is blurred and subject to what information is shared.

Over the weekend, the Saint Champagne Bar and Lounge in Zonnebloem – known for its many celebrity clients – decided to take to social media to name and shame patrons for failing to pay their bills.

Saint management gave patrons with outstanding bills 12 hours to settle or risk their identities being made public.

This week, the Afrikaans TikTok For You Page blew up after a social media user exposed personal matters between a former Mrs Mpumalanga semifinalist and her ex-husband, resulting in many hate videos and followers bullying each other about the failed relationship.

The news of former soccer player Matthew Booth’s wife, Sonia, exposing his alleged infidelity has put social media usage under the spotlight.

Taryn De Vega from Rhodes University’s School of Journalism and Media Studies said there were three major considerations to a story such as Sonia Booth exposing her husband on social media for allegedly cheating.

“There are personal, public and legal aspects of the story. Sonia shared information in her private capacity about herself, as a wife, being cheated on and as a spouse and had the agreement from the other spouse in public to share it,” she said.

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De Vega said it was their personal and private lives they chose to make public.

“In terms of information made public, I don’t believe these individuals are of public interest or the cheating was of public interest.

“Sonia, however, made a few interesting comments about them, pretending that it was in the foundation’s public interest, when it wasn’t.”

De Vega said there were questions whether the alleged affair should have been made public.

“The legal implications are if it is untrue, they can sue for defamation, but if it’s true, it not defamation, it’s just information that was made public,” she explained.

De Vega said there was also a question of the legality of the Protection of Personal Information Act introduced in 2019.

“It’s tricky because the information relates to Sonia’s experience but there are two other people she has exposed who didn’t consent to the information being made public,” she said.

De Vega said exposure on social media has become fashionable.

“It might not have any legal ramifications but it may lead to cancel culture.”

The SA Federation for Mental Health said social media was a risk, especially for young people.

“Research is showing more and more that social media can also have a very negative effect on young people’s mental health. Social media sites are associated with high levels of anxiety, depression, bullying and the fear of missing out.”

Clinical psychologist Dr Erica Munnik said social media was a medium to connect individuals on a personal and professional level.

“Social media can act as both facilitator and barrier for individuals,” she said.

“It can be used as a bridge to overcome barriers such as distance and time, allowing individuals and groups to connect and reconnect personally and professionally to expand and strengthen relationships, networks and communication.

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“On the contrary, research also shows that excessive use of social media can increase the presence of stress, anxiety and depression. It can lead to addictions such as excessive gaming, challenges with body image in adolescents and adults and loneliness and isolation.”

Munnik added social media also exposed individuals to cyberbullying, invasion of people’s privacy and identity theft.

“It is important for individuals and groups to use social media responsibly,” she said.

Tue, 08 Nov 2022 19:43:00 -0600 en text/html
Killexams : EastEnders spoilers: Sonia breaks down as she makes funeral plans for Dot
Sonia has a lot on her plate (Picture: BBC)

Last week on EastEnders, Sonia (Natalie Cassidy) got a devastating phone call. Her beloved gran, Dot Cotton, had died.

Actress June Brown, who played the iconic Dot in 2,884 episodes of the soap between 1985 and 2020, died in April this year at the age of 95. A statement released at the time said, ‘A very bright light has gone out at EastEnders today but we shall all be raising a sweet sherry in June’s memory. Rest in peace, our dearest June. You will never be forgotten.’

Now the soap is about to pay tribute to beloved character Dot, as her family and friends prepare for her funeral. The occasion brings back some familiar old faces to Albert Square to pay their respects, as people who were formerly close to Dot return for the funeral.

The preparations for the service mainly fall to Sonia, who is struggling with her grief after getting the terrible news. Martin (James Bye) offers to help, but Sonia insists she’ll cope.

Even so, she becomes overwhelmed as the funeral has to be planned at short notice, but with the help of Martin, Sharon (Letitia Dean), Patrick (Rudolph Walker), Jay (Jamie Borthwick) and Kathy (Gillian Taylforth) she manages to sort things out to deliver Dot the send-off that she deserves.

Sonia is incredibly moved by everyone’s efforts, as it’s absolutely clear how loved and respected Dot was. She manages to hold things together, but later she’s alone with Martin looking through a box of Dot’s belongings, and the full impact of the knowledge she’ll never see her adored gran again hits her.

Sonia breaks down as she gives in to her grief.

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Killexams : EastEnders’ Sonia Fowler made homeless as Dotty Cotton inherits Dot’s house?

COULD Sonia Fowler be booted out of her own home following Dot Branning's death?

The EastEnders character played by Natalie Cassidy is left on edge by the possibility of Dotty Cotton getting her house.

Sonia Fowler leads the way for Dot Branning's funeral


Sonia Fowler leads the way for Dot Branning's funeralCredit: BBC
But there's something weighing on her mind


But there's something weighing on her mindCredit: BBC
She's terrified of ending up homeless during Dot's will reading


She's terrified of ending up homeless during Dot's will readingCredit: BBC

Albert Square residents will deliver the legendary Dot the send-off she deserves in upcoming scenes of the BBC One soap.

Show bosses decided to pay tribute to the late June Brown who breathed her last earlier in 2022.

Sonia will be leading the way after organising an emotional funeral ceremony.

But while the event guarantees the returns of multiple iconic characters, it will also bring a new face to Walford.

Outside the church, Sonia bumps into Reiss Colwell, who reveals he was Dot's great nephew.

The pair go to No.25 and share a cup of tea - before being interrupted by Jack Branning (played by Scott Maslen) and Patrick Trueman (Rudolph Walker).

Both men bring Dot's wake to the house, cutting Sonia and Reiss' conversation short.

However, after an emotional day, Sonia finds herself alone with Reiss and they share a moment.

Sonia isn't quite out of the woods as it's revealed in later scenes of the London-based drama.

The reading of Dot's will weighs heavily on her conscience, leading to Sonia asking Reiss to stay with her in Walford.

She explains she'll need support at Dot's will reading, fearing she may be made homeless if and when Dotty Cotton (Milly Zero) inherits the house.

Sonia is nervous ahead of the will reading while Dotty is excited at the thought of selling the house and travelling around the world.

Dot's solicitor Kenneth Foskett arrives and divulges Dot's last wishes to Sonia, Jack, Dotty and Reiss.


Everything you need to know about Eastenders

Will Dotty get the house, leaving Sonia homeless?

Dotty has gone through a rough patch in exact months, having to sleep in the rough after she was exposed as a con artist with Rocky Cotton.

She was taken in by the Panesar family before being kicked out in the cold again when she cheated on Vinny.

More recently, Dotty was thrown out of Kathy Beale's home when it was revealed she'd been scamming a vulnerable Harvey Monroe.

After a chaotic stay in Walford, exact reports have alleged that actress Milly Zero would be leaving EastEnders.

But how will it play out?

EastEnders airs from Monday to Thursday.

Will Sonia become homeless?


Will Sonia become homeless?Credit: BBC
Dotty is hoping to sell the house and travel around the world


Dotty is hoping to sell the house and travel around the worldCredit: BBC
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Killexams : EastEnders spoilers: Sonia Fowler receives upsetting news which could ruin Dot's funeral

Reiss’s grandfather’s brother was Bob Colwell, Dot’s father. 

On joining the soap, Jonny Freeman said: “I am delighted to be joining the cast of EastEnders, especially as part of the iconic Dot Branning’s extended family. 

“Everybody has been so welcoming and I'm very lucky to have been working so closely with the lovely Natalie Cassidy who is not only a fantastic actress but a delightful person; she has very kindly helped me navigate my first few weeks. I hope I can do Reiss justice. 

“He is kind but socially awkward and seeing how he manages, or doesn't manage, his early exchanges with Sonia and her nearest and dearest has been quite interesting! I’m looking forward to seeing how both audiences and the residents of Walford respond to him.”

EastEnders airs on BBC One from Monday to Friday at 7.30pm.

Tue, 29 Nov 2022 13:42:00 -0600 en text/html
Killexams : EastEnders spoilers: Sonia Fowler struggles to cope as she organises Dot Branning’s funeral

DESPITE reeling from the news of Dot Cotton's death, Sonia Fowler picks herself back up to organise her funeral.

But the EastEnders character played by Natalie Cassidy struggles to hide her pain.

Sonia is reeling from the news of Dot's death


Sonia is reeling from the news of Dot's deathCredit: BBC
Martin offers to help


Martin offers to helpCredit: BBC
She also finds support in the form of Dotty, despite her own issues


She also finds support in the form of Dotty, despite her own issuesCredit: BBC

Sonia hadn't seen her step-grandmother for two years after Dot (played by the late and iconic June Brown) moved away to Ireland in 2020.

News of the Dot's passing left Sonia with a hole in her heart and its impact comes to light in scenes due to air next week.

Coming up, Martin Fowler (James Bye) pays Sonia a visit and it's revealed she's been up most of the night looking at photos of Dot.

He offers his former wife to help her plan Dot's funeral with Reverend Mills but she insists she'll be fine.

In later scenes, Sonia has a chat with the vicar and seeks reassurance that Dot is in heaven.

The pair discuss how Dot's faith gave her comfort - will Sonia find the same for herself?

The meeting turns awry when Dotty Cotton (Milly Zero) bursts in followed by Kathy Beale and her biological father Rocky Cotton.

Sonia despairs over what to do about Dotty who has landed herself in trouble again.

An overwhelmed Sonia later speaks with Reverend Mills and finds out Dot's funeral can take place the following Monday.

She finds help in the form of Martin, Sharon Watts, Patrick Trueman, Jay Brown and Kathy and is able to pull everything together.

Happy to be able to deliver Dot the send-off she deserves, Sonia's heart is just as full when she sees Dot's loved ones rallying around.


Everything you need to know about Eastenders

But behind closed doors, she breaks down with Martin as they look through a box of Dot's things.

The emotional weight of Dot's death is made worse when Jay reveals he won't be able to officiate Dot's funeral as he has to go with Lola Pearce to her radiotherapy session.

In later scenes, Dotty finds a tape recorder to help Sonia listen to a tape left by Dot.

This leads to Sonia missing Whitney Dean's birthday party and she gets tearful upon hearing Dot's voice.

When news of Dot's body being at No.25 for a vigil, Whitney, Dotty and Jack Branning arrive to support Sonia and remember Dot.

EastEnders airs from Monday to Thursday.

More residents come to her aid


More residents come to her aidCredit: BBC
How will Sonia cope?


How will Sonia cope?Credit: BBC
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Killexams : Sonia Jordre

Sonia Jordre, age 84 of Aberdeen, passed into eternal life on November 10, 2022. Memorial services will be held at the Selby United Methodist Church on Friday, November 18 at 10:30 am.

On Thursday, November 17, the family will be in attendance at 5:00 pm with prayer service following at 6:00 pm at the Church.

Sonia Louise Knudson was born to Benjamin and Bernese (Olson) Knudson on December 3, 1937 in Aberdeen. She grew up in Aberdeen along with her sister, Karen and brother, Roger. She graduated from Aberdeen High School in 1955 and from Northern State Teachers College in 1959.

She married Paul Jordre on August 16, 1959. During their marriage they lived in Wilmot, SD, Edgemont, SD, Arlington, SD, Faulkton, SD and Selby, SD. Paul and Sonia moved to New Evarts on Lake Oahe in 2005. In 2017, they returned to Sonia’s hometown. She was living at Avera Mother Joseph Manor in Aberdeen at the time of her death.

During her career as a teacher and librarian, Sonia shared her passion and love of reading with countless students who were inspired to be lifelong learners.

Sonia was a voracious reader. When she wasn’t reading books, she was buying them for her grandchildren to encourage the joy of reading.

Sonia had the gift of hospitality. She hosted many memorable birthday parties, coffee parties, and dinners. She included neighbors and families who were alone for the holidays. She was especially known for her oven doughnuts and homemade pies.

Sonia loved the Lord. Her faith led her to a heart of service and giving. She prayed for others daily. She served her church community at the United Methodist Church as a Sunday school teacher, UMW member and a Bible study leader. Attending the Women of Faith Conference in the Twin Cities with her daughters and friends was a yearly event she cherished.

Sonia was a 64-year member of PEO which promotes education and scholarships for women.

She was survived by her four children: Karinda (Michael) Groothuis of Montevideo, MN, Todd (Julie) Jordre of Aberdeen, Sharla (Scott) McCaskell of Rapid City and Clark (Patti) Jordre of Onida; ten grandchildren: Evan Jordre, Megan (Cole) Kukowski, Corbin Groothuis, Ethan Groothuis, Kalina Groothuis, Molly (Jared) Jambor, Thomas McCaskell, Lincoln Jordre, Quinn Jordre, Herman Kleinsasser and her first great-grandchild, Quincy James Kukowski. Also survived by brothers and sisters-in-law, Terry and Geraldine Jordre of Aberdeen and Galen and Ann Jordre of Pierre; and numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her husband of 59 years, her parents, and her two siblings.

The family would like to personally thank the staff at Avera Davis Court, Mother Joseph Manor and Dr. Lyle Biegler for their loving and tender care.

Sonia had a passion for giving and education. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials to the United Methodist Church Foundation for camp scholarships (, the Avera St. Luke’s Foundation ( or the Walworth County Care Center, 4861 Lincoln Ave., Selby, SD 57472.

Services are in care of Lien Funeral Home, Bowdle. (

Posted online on November 14, 2022

Published in Aberdeen News

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