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McGHIE: Jean Viola McGhie, age 84 years, passed away December 31, 2014 at her residence, Hillcrest Place in Brandon after a long battle with Alzheimers. Jean was born in Deloraine, Manitoba on August 22, 1930, to Bert and Lavada Cathcart. She attended school at Bayview and took her high school by correspondence. Later in life, Jean attended Brandon University. Jean and Harvey McGhie were married August 12, 1949 and lived in Shilo until 1968, when they moved to Brandon. Jean's love was her family. When there was a problem, she was there with support. She was very aware of the need for healthy living and exercised daily. Jean and Harvey travelled Canada and the United States with their fifth wheel. Curling, bowling and golf were activities that she loved. She also loved to sew and loved crossword puzzles. Jean leaves her loving husband Harvey; children Gerald (Veronica) of Romania, Wendy (Ken) Martens of Brandon and Ian of Brandon; grandchildren; Michele (Pat) Poirier, Miranda (Dustin) Hickman, Christopher (Christina) McGhie, Darcy (Charlene) McGhie and eight great grandchildren. Jean is survived by sister Marjorie Plant and sisters-in-law Irene Cathcart and Isabel Cathcart. She was predeceased by her parents Gilbert and Lavada Cathcart; son Brian; siblings Ruth (Ed) Schellenberg, Gilbert and Douglas and brother-in-law Ernie Plant. The family wishes to thank the nurses and staff of Hillcrest Place for the loving care they gave to Jean during the six years that she resided there. A special thank-you to Dr. Mary Egan and all who expressed condolences. Jean's memory will be cherished by all who knew her. Friends who wish may make a donation in memory of Jean to a charity of choice.
Expressions of sympathy may be made at www.memorieschapel.com.
Arrangements with Memories Chapel &Pre-Planning Centre, 204-727-0330.
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HEWINS: Harvey “Kenneth” Hewins passed away peacefully on Friday, January 2, 2015 at Rideau Park Personal Care Home in Brandon. Ken was born in Portage la Prairie, MB. on April 5, 1929 to Edward and Annie Hewins, one of eight children. His father, a town constable, was killed in an accident, when Ken was only three years old. Ken left school early and apprenticed at a carpentry shop. He moved to Brandon in 1949, and opened a cabinet-making shop with his brother-in -law. He later went out on his own, and also worked for R. E. Turner, Parkdale Builders, and Horizon Builders. Ken was an involved parent in his five children’s activities that included hockey, baseball, figure skating and also with the events and caretaking of Central Community Centre. After the children had grown, Ken and Fay started Square Dancing. They travelled many miles and met many wonderful people, many of whom remain close friends. Ken is survived by his wife of 61 years, Fay (nee Bremner), daughters; Janice (Alfred) Eamer, Linda Lyons, Vanda Mitri, and sons; Allan and Mark. He is also survived by his thirteen grandchildren; Tara (Matt) Smith, Brie-Anne and Leah Eamer, Crystelle and Brocard Lyons, Tegan (Kyle Engler), Tyson and Tess Mitri, Alyx, Kenzie, Danika, Sydney and Shaun Hewins. He leaves two great-granddaughters; Emma Lyons and Natalie Smith as well as one sister, Ada (Keith) Henwood. Numerous nieces and nephews live across Canada. Ken was predeceased by his parents, sisters Jeanne (Andy) Anderson, an infant brother, Anne (Bob) Knight, Lillian (Ralph) Durnin, Marjorie (Don) Coubrough, and brother Ted (Muriel) Hewins. A private family interment was held on January 10, 2015 at the Brandon Cemetery with Mr. Joe Ball officiating. A Come and Go reception was held later in the day at Memories Chapel. Donations in memory of Ken may be made to the Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation, 150 McTavish Avenue East, Brandon, MB R7A 2B3 or to a charity of one’s choice.
Expressions of sympathy may be made at www.memorieschapel.com.
Arrangements with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 204-727-0330.
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LAWRENCE: Keith Burton Lawrence, beloved husband of Lillian and father to Brian, Donna Harris and Deb Bauche, passed away peacefully with his family by his side, at his residence, Valleyview Care Centre, on January 24, 2015 at the age of 91 years. Keith was raised on the family farm in Pipestone, MB, the seventh of ten children. He attended school in Pipestone grades one to eleven. He played hockey, baseball and curled. Keith signed up for the army during the Second World War at the age of 17. He saw combat in Europe from 1941 to 1945. He was very proud of his military service and wrote his memories for his family in a journal. We were very proud of his service and enjoyed these memories very much. Keith met Lillian in Ochre River while working for Manitoba Hydro. They were married on February 26th, 1952 in Reston, MB and raised three children. Throughout his lifetime, Keith worked for Manitoba Hydro, sales with Beverage Services LTD, and Benson & Hedges until his retirement. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, the UCT, Shrine Club, Masonic Lodge and Central United Church. Dad and Mom Wintered in Texas for 10 years and enjoyed the winters golfing. They made many lasting and special friendships over the years. Dad loved golfing at Glen Lea Golf Course. He enjoyed coaching minor hockey for many years and coached his son to the Commercial League Championship. He always took a great interest in all his children's sports and watched and cheered us on with pride no matter how we did. Keith is survived by his wife of almost 63 years, Lillian (née Hannibal), son Brian (Phyllis), twin daughters Donna Harris (George), Deb Bauche (Frank), seven grandchildren Elvi Shanks (Ryan), Megan Nevin (Geoff), Kari Dunlop (John), Kris Fishley (Michelle), Jason Bauche (John), Matthew Bauche (Melissa), Breanne Bauche (Todd), and ten great grandchildren. Also surviving are his brother Donald, sisters Freda, Joyce and Gwen, sister-in-law Alice Sander, many nieces, nephews, and special long-time friend, Frank Skuce. Keith was predeceased by brothers Alvin, Stuart, Ken and Bill, sisters Kath and Shirley (infancy). The family wishes to express a very special thank you to all the staff at Valleyview Care Centre for their wonderful care and support of Keith. The Memorial Service will be held at the Brockie Donovan Chapel, 332-8th Street, Brandon, on Saturday, January 31, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Lydia Glawson officiating. A private family interment will be held at the Brandon Cemetery Veterans' Section. All in attendance are considered Honorary Pallbearers. Donations in memory of Keith may be made to the Shriners Hospital Canada, 1529 Avenue Cedar, Montreal, QC, H3G 1A6 or to the Khartum Shrine Patient Transportation Fund, 1155 Wilkes Avenue, Winnipeg, MB, R3P 1B9.
Messages of condolence may be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com.
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FELAWKA: Mary Felawka (née Sawisky) Pienkowski.We are deeply saddened by the sudden and peaceful passing of our beloved mom and Baba, Mary Felawka. Mom passed on January 27th, 2015 at the Brandon Regional Health Centre at the age of 89. She will be lovingly remembered by her daughters Diane (Paul) Vinet of Winnipeg and Gay (Bill) Courtice of Brandon. Also, she will be sadly missed by her grandsons Danny (Kim) Cowan of Winnipeg and Lance Courtice of Brandon. Granddaughters Charlotte (Kevin) Smith of B.C., Jacqueline (Justin) Empey of Alberta, Carolyn Vinet of Winnipeg and Dara Courtice (Mike) of Brandon. Great Grandchildren Ben, Olivia, Cassidy and Peyton Rose. Mom was born April 16th, 1925 in Rackham, Manitoba, the middle child to a family of nine. She started her first job in a hotel in Minnedosa, Manitoba. Later moving to Brandon, she found an apartment on the 200 block of 12th Street. She worked at the Cameo Cafe, Prince Edward Hotel and years at Barney's Motel as a cook/waitress. Mother married Frank Pienkowski in 1948 and together they had three daughters, Diana, Valerie and Gay. They settled in with their lives at the corner of 17th Street and Richmond Avenue. Mom always had a huge garden and after a few years, Frank built a bungalow style home on the property. In 1963, father Frank passed away. Mom married Paul Felawka in 1965 and moved the girls and two dogs, Rusty and Ringo, to the farmland near Rounthwaite, Manitoba, where mom became a farmer's wife. They farmed until 1989, when dad retired completely from farming. Upon retirement, mom and dad moved to Brandon (1989). It wasn’t long before they made many new friends from the neighborhood. Over the years, they enjoyed many social gatherings with the neighbors and families, celebrating birthdays, anniversaries and holidays. Mom was predeceased by her beloved daughter Valerie Jane in 2007, her husband Frank in 1963, and recently, her husband Paul in February 2014. Her father William in 1954 and her mother Rose in 1975. Mom was the last surviving member of nine brothers and sisters. Thank you mom for all the cherished memories you blessed us with. The birthday celebrations, the anniversary celebrations, the holiday festivities, the family gatherings, the wonderful home cooked meals, and all the love you gave unconditionally! Thank-you for the wonderful life you gave us. Thank you to the neighbors over the years. A celebration of mom's life will be held at the Brockie Donovan Chapel, 332-8th Street, on Monday, February 2, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. with Funeral Celebrant, Kim Lewarne, officiating. Interment will follow at the Brandon Cemetery. Donations may be made in mom's memory to the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Manitoba, #3-824-18th Street, Brandon, MB, R7A 5B7 or to the Canadian Diabetes Association, A1-800 Rosser Avenue, Brandon, MB, R7A 6N5.
Messages of condolences may be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com
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CHRISTIANSON CLARKE: Shawna Jean Christianson Clarke lived life to the fullest. She died as she lived - with grace, courage, selflessness and surrounded by loving family and friends. Shawna was born to Edith (Edie) and Carl Christianson on August 17, 1967. Being born in Canada’s centennial year may partially explain why she was the consummate patriot and why Canada Day fireworks always made her cry. A family friend filled Edie’s maternity room with gladiolas and forever after they were Shawna’s flower. Shawna was welcomed home in Brandon, Manitoba by brothers Bruce and Brian, and sister Susan who gave Shawna her name. Having older siblings, Shawna was fond of saying she grew up with 3 fathers and two mothers. Shawna attended Crocus Plains High School in Brandon and had legions of friends. Her sense of social justice started in school where she could always be counted on to stand up for the underdog. Later she obtained her Bachelors of Arts and a Masters of Public Administration from the University of Manitoba. Shawna joined the staff of the Hon. Lloyd Axworthy in Ottawa in 1995. In 2000, she moved to the Human Rights Division of Foreign Affairs Canada. In 2004, she joined the Peace Building and Human Development Division which became the Human Security Policy Division. It was there that Shawna was on the cutting edge of developing Canada's Corporate Social Responsibility Policy and engaging like-minded countries to coordinate efforts. She traveled the world doing work that gave fulfillment to her crusading heart. She married the love of her life, John Nathaniel Clarke on February 4, 2006. On their first date, John presented Shawna with gladiolas. It was clear that she completed him and he completed her. Within weeks of their wedding they moved to Sudan, where both John and Shawna worked for the United Nations. Their son John Carlyle Clarke was born in 2006 and their daughter Kathleen (Katie) Edith Vilma Clarke was born in 2008. Shawna was a proud and devoted mother; her smile was never brighter than when she held her children in her arms. The family moved to Jerusalem in 2009, John to serve as Chief of the Coordination Unit, within the Office of the UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, while Shawna worked for the United Nations Relief Works Agency. Wherever they went, they amassed many friends, with Shawna naturally knitting people into a community. They travelled the world, visiting Kenya, Tanzania, India, Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon and Syria among many other countries, but always returning to Canada and family and friends in Manitoba and Ottawa. Diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of Multiple Myeloma, a cancer of the bone marrow, in October 2013, Shawna focused the past year on living life to its fullest and ensuring her family, and particularly her children John and Katie, had the benefit of her love. Strong and determined, Shawna surpassed her physicians’ most optimistic expectations to be with her family. Shawna died peacefully surrounded by family and friends in Jerusalem, Israel on January 2, 2015. Shawna was predeceased by her father Carl in 1993. Sadly her mother-in-law, Vilma Clarke passed away ten days after Shawna in Jerusalem on 12 January, 2015. She leaves behind to cherish her memory her husband John and children John and Katie; her mother Edie, brothers Bruce (sister-in-law Holly, niece Jessica and nephew Matthew), Brian (sister-in-law Julie, and nephews Georg, Matthew and Gabe) and sister Susan, father-in-law John Clarke and countless friends around the world. A funeral service, filled with music, gladiolas and love, was held in St. George’s Anglican cathedral in Jerusalem on January 6, 2015. A celebration was held in Ottawa at the National Arts Centre January 30. A scholarship fund has been established through the United Nations Relief Works Agency where Shawna worked to support higher education of Palestinian women
http://www.unrwa.org/content/shawna-scholarship-fund
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ARMSTRONG: Robert Wayne Armstrong of Brandon passed away in the city on January 22, 2015. Wayne was predeceased by his parents, Jim and Kay Armstrong. He is survived by his daughters: Amy and Ashley, his sister, Janice Armstrong and brother, Glenn Armstrong. A private graveside service will be held at a later date.
Expressions of sympathy may be made at www.memorieschapel.com.
Arrangements with Memories Chapel &Pre-Planning Centre, 204-727-0330.
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McKENZIE: Gently and with dignity, Bernice (“Bernie”) McKenzie passed away in the East Gate Lodge Personal Care Home in Beausejour, January 27, 2015. She leaves us to rejoin her beloved Bob who predeceased her in 1998. The family is forever grateful for the loving care she received from the staff of the Rose Unit, during her nine years with them. Funeral Liturgy will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, February 14 at St. Mary Roman Catholic Church, 516 Atlantic Avenue, Beausejour. Donations in her memory may be made to the Manitoba Heart and Stroke Foundation, East Gate Lodge Personal Care Home or St. Mary Church, Building Fund, in Beausejour. Sobering Funeral Chapel & Crematorium, Beausejour. (204) 268-3510 or MB Toll Free 1-877-776-2220
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MURRAY: Annabelle (Joan) Murray (nee Maitland), beloved wife of Del, passed away peacefully at the Souris Hospital on January 27, 2015, after a brief illness, with family by her side. Joan was born in Souris, MB on August 6, 1928 to Tom & Belle Maitland, the youngest of 4 children. She graduated from Souris School in 1945, earning the Governor General’s medal. Joan especially loved studying languages and was often seen with a dictionary or an encyclopedia in her hand. Joan completed her x-ray technician training at the General Hospital in Winnipeg, achieving a 98% average, and worked at the Souris Hospital until receiving an offer from Dr. Kohanovitch. She would frequently travel around Southern Manitoba taking x-rays with his portable x-ray machine. In 1950, she married her best friend, Del Murray. They built a wonderful 64 year marriage with 4 children and 7 grandchildren and made many happy memories. Joan was a member of the local chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi, enjoyed skating and was an avid curler, developing many close friendships. She loved watching Del play hockey and being a part of the hockey atmosphere. There were many trips taken with family and friends, and many days spent around the home swimming pool that filled Joan with wonderful happy memories. She loved to talk to people, and was known for her gentle, loving, caring nature. Joan devoted her life to being a kind, loving and supportive wife, mom, grandma and friend. She kept a spotless home even through the many renovations, and prepared many meals surrounded by family and friends. She was very proud of her family and was always eager to talk about them and their accomplishments. Joan is deeply missed by her husband Del, son Jeff (Joan); son Mark (Alison), Alex and Julie; daughter Denise (Jim Luptak), Joanne (Ryan), Tyler (Larissa), Erica; son in law Jerry Araujo, Steven (Sarah), Stephanie (John). She is predeceased by her daughters Debbie, Marcia, Margot; parents Tom & Belle Maitland; sisters Betty and Jean; and brother Ken Maitland. By Joan’s request cremation has taken place and no funeral service will be held. Private interment in the Souris Glenwood Cemetery will take place at a later date. Flowers are gratefully declined. Donations in memory of Joan may be made to the Town of Souris Beautification Fund c/o Municipality of Souris-Glenwood Box 518 Souris MB R0K 2C0 or to the Souris Palliative Care Fund c/o Prairie Mountain, Box 10, Souris MB, R0K 2C0.
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SHORLAND: Norman Alfred, age 69, passed away peacefully with family by his side at St. Boniface Hospital Palliative Care Ward on January 4, 2015, after a courageous 3 year battle with lymphoma. Left to mourn are his wife of 47 years Betty; sons Jason (Van) of Edmonton, and Greg (Sandee) of Vancouver; five grandchildren; sisters May (Tom) Knight of Brandon and Evelyn Mannall of Winnipeg; also nieces, nephews and friends. Brother-in-law John Mannall and parents Harry and Rose Shorland predeceased him. Funeral service was held in Winnipeg on January 10, 2015 with interment at Chapel Lawn Memorial Gardens.
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TWITCHELL: Harold Retired Air Canada Captain 1934–2015.Harold passed away peacefully on Saturday, January 24, 2015, at St. Joseph’s Health Centre in Guelph, ON, in his 80th year. Beloved husband and best friend to Barbara for 59 years, with whom he shared many wonderful times and adventures. Loving father to Garth (Linda), Karen (Bob), and grandfather to David (Ludivine), John (Lucy), Pamela (Steve), Lan, and Aaron. Loving brother of Marlene Moffat (Harold) of Calgary. Predeceased by his parents Frank and Vera Twitchell of Brandon, Manitoba. Harold grew up in Brandon, where he began his career as a pilot with Trans- Canada Airlines. He retired from Air Canada as a Boeing 767 Captain on December 31, 1991, after more than 39 years of service. In addition to flying, Harold also loved spending time at the cottage, exploring nature, skiing, woodworking, and enjoying the companionship of family and friends. The family would like to thank the staff at St. Joseph’s for the excellent care they provided to Harold over the past two years. There will be a celebration of life reception from 2:00 to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, February 7, 2015, in Reid Hall in the Village Centre, Village by the Arboretum, 221 Stone Road East, Guelph, ON. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Parkinson Society Central and Northern Ontario (www.parkinsonCNO.ca) or another charity are welcome. Arrangements are in care of Wall-Constance Funeral Home & Chapel. (www.wallcustance.com)
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MURRAY: Annabelle (Joan) Murray (nee Maitland), beloved wife of Del, passed away peacefully at the Souris Hospital on January 27, 2015, after a brief illness, with family by her side. Joan was born in Souris, MB on August 6, 1928 to Tom & Belle Maitland, the youngest of 4 children. She graduated from Souris School in 1945, earning the Governor General’s medal. Joan especially loved studying languages and was often seen with a dictionary or an encyclopedia in her hand. Joan completed her x-ray technician training at the General Hospital in Winnipeg, achieving a 98% average, and worked at the Souris Hospital until receiving an offer from Dr. Kohanovitch. She would frequently travel around Southern Manitoba taking x-rays with his portable x-ray machine. In 1950, she married her best friend, Del Murray. They built a wonderful 64 year marriage with 4 children and 7 grandchildren and made many happy memories. Joan was a member of the local chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi, enjoyed skating and was an avid curler, developing many close friendships. She loved watching Del play hockey and being a part of the hockey atmosphere. There were many trips taken with family and friends, and many days spent around the home swimming pool that filled Joan with wonderful happy memories. She loved to talk to people, and was known for her gentle, loving, caring nature. Joan devoted her life to being a kind, loving and supportive wife, mom, grandma and friend. She kept a spotless home even through the many renovations, and prepared many meals surrounded by family and friends. She was very proud of her family and was always eager to talk about them and their accomplishments. Joan is deeply missed by her husband Del, son Jeff (Joan); son Mark (Alison), Alex and Julie; daughter Denise (Jim Luptak), Joanne (Ryan), Tyler (Larissa), Erica; son in law Jerry Araujo, Steven (Sarah), Stephanie (John). She is predeceased by her daughters Debbie, Marcia, Margot; parents Tom & Belle Maitland; sisters Betty and Jean; and brother Ken Maitland. By Joan’s request cremation has taken place and no funeral service will be held. Private interment in the Souris Glenwood Cemetery will take place at a later date. Flowers are gratefully declined. Donations in memory of Joan may be made to the Town of Souris Beautification Fund c/o Municipality of Souris-Glenwood Box 518 Souris MB R0K 2C0 or to the Souris Palliative Care Fund c/o Prairie Mountain, Box 10, Souris MB, R0K 2C0.
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FELAWKA: It is with great sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of Mary Felawka (née Sawisky) Pienkowski at the Brandon Regional Health Centre on Tuesday, January 27th, 2015 at the age of 89 years. A celebration of Mary's life will be held at the Brockie Donovan Chapel, 332-8th Street, on Monday, February 2, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. with Funeral Celebrant, Kim Lewarne, officiating. Interment will follow at the Brandon Cemetery. Donations may be made in mom's memory to the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Manitoba, #3-824-18th Street, Brandon, MB, R7A 5B7 or to the Canadian Diabetes Association, A1-800 Rosser Avenue, Brandon, MB, R7A 6N5. Complete obituary information to follow.
Messages of condolences may be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com
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BRENNAND: AJ, August 13, 1922 - January 08, 2015. Alexander James passed away at the West-Man Nursing Home in Virden in his 93rd year. He was born in the Archie Municipality to Frank and Mary Brennand on the 13th of August, 1922. He grew up on the farm with his eight siblings. At age 18 he joined the army and became part of the 13 Field Artillery Regiment, serving overseas from 1941-45. He took part in the D-Day assault, landing in Normandy and attained the rank of Sergeant. His oldest brother George was wounded in the Dieppe raids and Alex was with him when he died. Alex has written a story of his war experience and it is being processed by the Legion. It was very hard to return to civilian life. Alex spent two winters at a lumber camp at Vermillion Bay ON then began farming. In 1950 he married Cora McKibbon and they had two children, Dale and Glynis. They were involved in Manson and community affairs. Alex drove a school van, was on the school board and also tried his hand at auctioneering. Cora passed away in 1963. In 1966 Alex married Peggy Whitton of CJATC Rivers who had two children, Cheryl and Bill, and they soon became one family. They continued to farm until 1976 when they moved to Elkhorn. Alex opened Brennand’s Billiards and Barber Shop, but sold the pool hall to his son-in-law “Bubba the barber”. He would rather play pool than operate a business. Alex next tried cottage life in Oak Lake, where he spent a few summers fishing with his Uncle Jim Mundell, but that was not enough action for him, so he then began to travel. Alex was an active working member of the Legion and received his 60 years pin. He had held most of the offices, including that of Zone Commander. The Brennand family was a gregarious lot. They had many family reunions and get-togethers. Saturday night was pub night and along with their friends they had a great time. Alex and Peggy did a lot of travelling. He went back to Holland and retraced the route the 13 Field Artillery Regiment had taken. One memorable trip taken was with his brothers Morris and Gordon to England and Scotland to find their roots which they did. Alex never lost touch with his old Army buddies of the 13 Field Artillery Regiment and outlived all of them. Alex had a competitive nature whether it be curling, golf, horseshoes or challenging his grandsons to chin-up and arm wrestling. Alex and Peggy moved to Virden, although Alex spent his last years in the nursing home, he never lost his sense of humour. When the girls visited, it was always a hug and kiss; when his grandsons came, it was a click of the heels and a smart salute. Alex will be remembered by: Wife Peggy; son Dale; daughter Glynis (Ron) Lund; Grandsons Ash, Bob (Brigit); Great-Grandchildren Sofia and Oliver; step-daughter Cheryl (Dave) Climie; step-grandson Todd (Linda) Climie; step-great- grandchildren Scott, Darryl and Corey; step-granddaughter Brigette (Jim) McCarthy; step-great-granddaughters Kyra and Sarah; step-son Bill (Betty) Whitton; step-granddaughters Lori, Brenda (Keith), Maci B. and Marshall; brother Gordon and Evelyn Brennand; sisters Francie Stonehouse and Shirley McColl; sisters-in-law Muriel Brennand, Molly Treloar, Mattie Treloar; aunt Evelyn Mundell as well as numerous nephews and nieces. Alex is predeceased by: Wife Cora (McKibbon); parents Frank and Mary Brennand; brothers George and Morris Brennand; sisters and brothers-in-law Bertha and George Lewis, Mary (Eddie) and Dan Stonehouse, Myrtle Brennand and Lillias and Everett Westwood; sisters-in-law Georgina Brennand, Reta McMannis and Beryl McMannis; brothers- in-law Frank Stonehouse, Jim McColl, Doug Treloar and Bob Treloar; grandson Chad Lund. The service was truly a celebration of Alex’s life.
“Well done, thou good and faithful servant”
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SOLDAN: The family of Sylvia Elsie Ada Soldan, sadly announces her passing at her residence, Fairview Home on Friday, January 23, 2015. Sylvia, age 93 years was the widow of the late Jim Soldan. The Ceremony to remember the lives of Jim (who passed away on June 16, 2013) and Sylvia will be held at Memories Chapel, 330-18th Street North on Thursday, January 29, 2015 at 2:00 pm. A private interment in the Rapid City cemetery will take place at a later date. Friends who wish may make a donation in memory of Sylvia to the Fairview Home, 1351-13th Street, Brandon, MB R7A 4S6. Complete obituary information will follow.
Expressions of sympathy may be made at www.memorieschapel.com.
Arrangements with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 204-727-0330.
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