Monday, April 27th, 2015

Brandon Sun 2

Google

Pizza Hotline
Login

News

Home Page Local Provincial National World Sports Opinion Business Entertainment Lifestyles Agriculture

Classifieds

Classifieds Workopolis Obituaries Submit A Classified Ad

Features

RSS Feeds TV Listings Archive Search Stories Letter To The Editor Sound Off! Press Pass Carrier News Contact Us

Customer Service

Advertising Rates Print Subscriptions Online Subscriptions Newspaper Help/FAQ Online Help/FAQ

Classifieds / Obituaries

1
Van DONKERSGOED: Grace went to be with her Lord, suddenly on Tuesday, April 21, 2015, in her 83rd year. Wife of Bert van Donkersgoed of Listowel. Mother and grandmother of Gerald Donkersgoed and his wife Laurie Miller of Vancouver, B.C. (Luke and Kelly), Christine Remley and her husband Frank of Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, (Laura, Karina and her husband Kenny Stennes, and Matthew), and Bernice Baljet and her husband Dan of Rochester Hills, Michigan (Kristin, Danielle, and Nicole), and great-grandmother of Cade Stennes. Sister of Luke and Sini van Dijk, George and Els van Dijk, and Margie Ellen, and sister-in-law of Annie van Dijk. Grace was predeceased by her son Luke in 1984, sisters Trientje Hazelaar and Gloria Vandertuin, and brother Henk. Grace was born in the Netherlands in 1932 to Stientje and Lucas (Kamps) van Dijk. Her father was a baker, and she was unwittingly a member of the Dutch resistance during the war, delivering a specific number of loaves of bread to a specific house - many times. In 1952 she immigrated to Canada with her parents and sister (3 brothers were already in Canada, 2 other sisters stayed in Holland). She often said, with a twinkle in her eye, that she enjoyed the voyage - her kids never did hear details, apart from celebrating her 20th birthday on the ‘boat’. The family arrived at Pier 21 in Halifax, and took the train as far as Manitoba. They settled in Souris and soon moved to Brandon. She got a job at the local hospital, and Brandon being a centre of Ukranian immigrants it was several weeks before she realized the second language she was acquiring was not English. She met Bert in 1953 and they married the following year; all 4 children were born in Brandon. Grace’s sense of humour and Bert’s gentle smile resulted in wide circle of friends. They moved to Ontario in 1966. And they moved to Ontario in 1973. Yes, twice. Youngest son Luke’s asthma forced a return to Manitoba following the first move, which Grace laughingly referred to as “the time we took a holiday with all our furniture.” When they finally settled in Ontario, they had several years with a laying hen flock in Brussels and then another flock in West Montrose. Luke lost his battle with cancer in 1984. Grace was always generous with helping others, volunteering through organizations such as the Canadian Cancer Society, The Canadian Diabetes Association, the Willing Workers at Knox Presbyterian in Listowel, and the Terry Fox Foundation. She spent many happy years working afternoons at The Top Drawer in St. Jacobs. Grace had a gift of telling a story, laughing at herself, she wasn’t shy about being the center of attention at any gathering of 2 or more people. She took enormous pleasure in visiting people and brightening their days. Visitation was held at the Eaton Funeral Home, Listowel on Thursday from 2:00 to 4:00 and 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. The funeral service was held at Knox Presbyterian Church, Listowel on Friday, April 24th at 11:00 a.m. Interment in Cranbrook Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to Terry Fox Foundation or Evangel Hall (evangelhall.ca) would be appreciated.
Online condolences may be left at www.eatonfuneralhome.ca
2
STAMFORD: Fredrick, William of Miniota, MB, born December 3, 1932, died March 31, 2015 after a brief illness with cancer. He was the second youngest of eight born to Jim and Mabel. Fred was raised on the family farm near Reeder, MB and attended Wynona school nearby. He began mixed and dairy farming on the family farm after he left school. June 18, 1960, he married Helen Eileen Steven. They had three daughters, Dorinda, Brenda, Sharon and one son, Barry. Spring on the farm, Fred would bring home pussy willows, crocuses, and displaced baby ducks, rabbits and painted turtles for us to admire. He was even seen herding cattle on a dirt bike in our later years on the farm. Fred was active in maintaining Wynona Community School and was awarded the Bill Clark Volunteer Award in 2013 for his dedication. Fred and Eileen sold the family farm and moved into Miniota in 2002. Fred would spend time walking through town chatting with friends. He became active at the Miniota Drop-In Center, where he would put on coffee for friends arriving for shuffle tournaments. He was pre-deceased by his parents, Jim and Mabel; mother and father in law, Helen and Tom Steven; sisters, Anne, Irene, Jessie; sisters in law, Edythe, Roberta; brothers in law, Fred, Ken, Bob, Lorne, Melburn, Clare, Ed, Ross and one niece, Elaine. He is survived by his wife Eileen of 54 years, daughters Dorinda (Roy) Stamford, Brenda (Ron) Ryan, Sharon (Scott) Medd, and Barry (Barb) Stamford; grandchildren Blaine, Amanda, Trevor, Lasha, Kristy, Chris, Kelly, Carmen, Matt, Scott, Aylssa, Shanisse, Carson, Shelby, Nick, Colby and Riley, great-grandchildren Karyssa, Maliah, Lacey, Remmie, Riley, Hailey, Hudson and Kash, sisters Lily Bowles, Mabel Boyce, Enid Lawrence, brother Ted (Pat) Stamford, brother in law Earl (Anne) Steven, and numerous nieces and nephews. Graveside Funeral Service was held April 6, 2015 at Miniota Cemetery and reception at Miniota Community Center following. Donations can be made to Hamiota Palliative Care Unit, Cancer Care Manitoba, or to the Miniota Drop-In Center. Campbell's Funeral Home in care of arrangements.
3
classified_display_ad   <-- Click for larger version
4
QUINN: It is with saddened hearts that we announce the passing of our much loved mother, grandmother and greatgrandmother, Clara “Eileen” Quinn (Pangman) on April 20, 2015, in her Fairview home in Brandon. Mom was born in Hamiota and grew up on the family farm outside of Hamiota. She attended school in McConnell. She was a stay-at-home Mom until her children were established in school. She then went to work at Brandon Mental Health Centre in the dietary department where she continued until her retirement. She enjoyed her job and spoke with affection of her co-workers. Her greatest joy was her family. We always knew we were her priority no matter what else was going on in her life. No matter what event we participated in she was our greatest cheerleader and biggest fan. Some of these events lasted all day and she endured without a single complaint no matter the weather, road conditions or length of the day. She always spoke with much pride when asked about us and we in turn were truly devoted to her. Mom loved watching sports. She had played some basketball in school commenting that she was always smaller than her rivals and was able to slip through their legs when passed the ball. As the years progressed she especially enjoyed watching her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren play baseball, soccer, hockey and curl. Mom also enjoyed following the Brandon Wheat Kings on the radio. She enjoyed music and dancing, often remembering the dances she attended while growing up. She spoke of attending a few by horse and wagon. Over the years she added bingo to her list of things she enjoyed as well as trips to casinos and vacations with family. Mom considered Fairview her home for the past 7 1/2 years. She enjoyed the music, bingo and bus outings. She leaves to live in her memory, her children Lana (Bernard), Lorrie (Randy), Lorna (Kyle), Linda (Jim), Larry and Lisa and grandchildren Jason, Jamie (Natasha), Janessa (Rick), Jenna (Devin), Sarah, Serena, Catlin (Nicole), Crystal (Byron), Shandoll (Brian), Shawn (Shianne), Neal and Nathan (Kelly). Great-grandchildren, Taylor, Rhayen, Brixen, Tytan, Jaxon, Easton, Brendan, Brolin, Destin, Bailey, Brody, Hannah, Luke, Chloe, Kianna, Mersadies, Madisyn, Memphis and Rhylen. She is also survived by many foster grandchildren, her sister-in-law Mavis Pangman, as well as nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased by her parents and brother, Murray Pangman as well as many other relatives and friends. In accordance with her wishes cremation has taken place and a private family service will be held at the Brandon Cemetery Columbarium.
5
McLEAN: It is with heavy hearts we say goodbye to Harold McLean. Surrounded by loved ones, Harold left us on April 23rd 2015 in Ste. Anne Hospital. A personable and vivacious man, he was known for his big heart and generosity. He was hard working and always put the needs of others ahead of his own, despite his own struggles. An endearing son to George and Jean McLean, Harold was born in Minnedosa MB on May 18th 1949, spending his childhood on the farm near Rapid City. Harold’s happiest days were spent surrounded by friends and family doing the things he loved most, camping, curling and playing ball. He took pride in his yard, loved his home, and cherished his community of St. Adolphe. He was a devoted husband to Irène (née Préfontaine), caring father to Chantelle (Dwayne), Kristian (Guylène) and Stéphanie, and a loving and adored grandfather to Ella, Eric, Amélie, Justin and Derrick. Harold is also survived by his parents George and Jean, siblings Craig (Sheila) and Janice (Barry), along with his in-laws Marc (Eva), Luc (Ida), Gil, Claire, Jean, Béatrice (Eugène), Léo (Jocelyne), Rachelle, Janine (Kevin) and Gisèle (Jean-Guy). He was predeceased by Monique, Victor and Éveline Préfontaine. Harold leaves behind a great number of nephews, nieces, friends and a special Goddaughter. A Celebration of Life will be held in his honour on Sunday, May 3rd 2015, at 2:00 pm, at Pioneer Hall in St. Adolphe. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Cancer Care Manitoba or Ste. Anne Hospital. “Friends and family are the MOST important” – Harold McLean
Desjardins233-49491-888-233-4949www.desjardinsfuneralchapel.ca
6
MacKAY: It is with heartfelt sadness that we announce the passing of Alexander “Alex” George MacKay on Thursday, April 16, 2015 at the Minnedosa Personal Care Home at the age of 87 years. Alex was the Clanwilliam New Years baby born on January 2, 1928 to Bob and Tillie MacKay. Alex grew up hunting with his dad and brothers and life long friends, forming treasured memories that had lasted a lifetime. He went on to farm with the Moads and Huttons before joining the CPR from 1948 – 1966 as a fireman and a written up engineer. During this time he sold cars with Wilbur McLeod until such time as he joined the Dept. of Justice as a Deputy Sheriff in 1966 until his retirement in 1984. Summers were spent in the old campground at Clear Lake around the kitchenette with special friends and neighbors from early May till the last dog was hung in late September. In their retirement years numerous bus trips were taken with McPhail’s Travel. Alex was predeceased by his parents Bob and Tillie MacKay, sister Ruth Hodges, brother Stew McKay, brother in-law Cliff Hodges, sister- in-law Elsie McKay, nephew Robert McKay, mother and father-in-law Margaret and Pete Robinson. Alex met the love of his life Florence Robinson on New Years Eve 1952 at the Armories in Minnedosa. They were married November 1, 1958. After 18 months of wedded bliss Bruce was born in 1960, joyfully followed by Nancy in 1964. Alex will be sadly missed by his wife of 57 years Florence, son Bruce and wife Sharone, daughter Nancy and partner Don, his grandchildren Austin and Madisyn MacKay who will cherish their Papa forever. In addition his brother and best friend Neil MacKay and wife Shirley, nieces and nephews Donna, Gord, Sandra, Keith, Karen and families. Through his affiliations with the Minnedosa branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, Kinsmen Club and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers he made life long friendships that he cherished to the end. Some of those friendships helped him through his most difficult times over the last several years. Alex’s wishes were not to have a funeral service but an interment will follow at a later date. In lieu of flowers donations in Alex memory may be made to the Minnedosa Personal Care Home Patio Fund. Minnedosa Funeral Service in care of arrangements.
7
LOCKHART: Lawrence Kenneth. June 9, 1928 – April 19, 2015. It is with deep sadness we announce the passing of a devoted and loving husband, father, grandfather and great- grandfather, Lawrence Lockhart. Lawrence was born in Brandon, Manitoba. He moved to Vancouver in 1942 at the age of 14 and then to Ladner in 1945. Lawrence married Norma Cory on June 23, 1950 and they have lived more than 60 years in Ladner. Lawrence is survived by his wife of 65 years, Norma, his children Wayne (Carol), Gordon (Anne), Lloyd (Betsy), Doris (Carl) and his grandchildren Richard (Shauna), Steven (Amy), Ryan, Quinten, Robbie, Michael (Lori), Adam (Taylor), Sarah, Kevin (Sarah), Nicole (Luke) and 6 great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his son Brett Lockhart in 1995. The family would like to thank the Doctors and nurses at Delta Hospital, Dr. Nicholson and the nurses and caregivers at Deltaview, for their wonderful care. A Funeral Service will be held on Friday, April 24, 2015 at 11:00am at Delta Funeral Home, 5329 Ladner Trunk Road, with a Reception to follow. Should friends desire, donations to Delta Hospital Foundation, www.dhfoundation.ca, in Lawrence’s memory, would be appreciated, in lieu of flowers. Delta Funeral Home (604) 946-6040.
8
LALUK: Jim Laluk - February 26, 1945 - April 23, 2015. With his family by his side, Jim passed away peacefully Thursday, April 23 after a courageous fight with Pancreatic Cancer. As per Jim’s wishes there will be no service. If friends so desire, donations may be made to Brandon General Hospital, Palliative Care or the Canadian Cancer Society.
9
JOHNSON: Donna Charlotte (nee Dandridge) passed away peacefully with her daughters by her side, at her residence of Hillcrest Place, on February 5, 2015. Born in Shoal Lake, MB, Donna was the youngest of four children. She lived on the family farm while completing grade 11 and then began her working career with the Royal Bank. During those years Donna met the love of her life, Al. They were married August 11, 1951. After building their home on 12th Street and welcoming two daughters into their family, Donna quit working outside the home. She devoted her life to being a fulltime wife and mother. Over the years, Donna supported Al's passion for flying and spent countless hours at the Brandon Flying Club where Al had been a member for many years. With Donna as a "co-pilot", she and Al flew their daughters in their private plane on many winter vacations throughout the U.S.. So much of her time had been spent at the flying club volunteering at fly-in breakfasts, cleaning, painting and having coffee with other members and their spouses. Many lifelong friendships were formed over those years. Donna volunteered for the Girl Guides of Canada for over 10 years. But most importantly she devoted most of her time to family. Family always came first and she sacrificed many of her own dreams to ensure their happiness ahead of her own. Donna will be lovingly remembered by daughters Kim (Jeff) Miller and Linda (Brad) Gradidge and grandchildren Kristie and A.J. Miller; Lisa and Kaylie Gradidge. She is also survived by special friend Phyllis (Roy) Sobchuk, whom Donna called "my rock". Donna was predeceased by husband Al in 1996. A very profound and special thank you to the entire staff at Hillcrest Place for all the care and love they gave "Big D" over the past two years while she was a resident there. To Dr. Maier and Dr. Large a sincere thank you for the past and most recent care and support provided to Donna and her family. A private graveside service will take place with Rev. Barb Jardine officiating. If friends so desire, donations in memory of Donna may be made to Hillcrest Place, 930-26th Street, Brandon, MB R7B 2B8 or the Brandon Humane Society, 2200 17th Street East, Brandon, MB R7A 7M6.
Expressions of sympathy may be made at www.memorieschapel.com.
10
GULLETT: Elmer Robert Gullett of Killarney, Manitoba passed away peacefully at Bayside Personal Care Home on March 30, 2015 at the age of 85 after a long battle with cancer. He was born Feb. 20, 1930 at his grandfather Cowlthorpe’s farm, the eldest child of Fred and Ada Gullett. He grew up on the family farm in the Duncragg district with sister Jean and brother Marvin. After he finished school he rented land for one year and farmed, drove a grader for the RM of Riverside for a year and and worked for his uncle Ed Gullett driving a transfer truck. At this time he married Kay Moffatt, who was teaching at Duncragg. Elmer had always been quite mechanically inclined so he decided to buy Thiessen’s Garage and renamed it Gullett’s Esso Service which he and Kay ran until 1971 when they dos it to John Bomak. He also enjoyed buying old tractors, fixing them up and reselling them. While at Ninette, Elmer enjoyed curling, ski-dooing and some hunting when he found time. He then went to work for Chapman Motors in Killarney selling cars and enjoyed very much working with Glen and the other salesmen. He received many awards from General Motors. They decided to move to Killarney as Kay had also begun working part time at Chapmans as assistant book keeper. They built a new house and moved in 1973. Elmer stayed working at Chapman Motors until the garage closed and then began selling Fords for Frank Collyer at Collyer Ford in Killarney and worked there for many more years. He had earlier begun to take a keen interest in Standardbred racing and claimed his first mare Kalona Lou in 1979. He retired her from the track and raised foals under the Tellug name. He spent a great deal of time training them here at Killarney’s race track. Thus began the weekend racing circuit every summer. He had a fair amount of success over the years with most of his horses. As Elmer’s health began to deteriorate, he eventually had to give up his horses and the racing business. He just enjoyed meeting with the “coffee gang” every day he could at Kelby’s. Elmer was predeceased by his parents Fred and Ada Gullett, his brother in-law Herb Carrick and his niece Linda Frederickson, his wife’s parents Frank and Lillie Moffat and his brother in-law Elmer May. He is survived by his wife Kay, sister Jean Carrick, brother Marvin and wife Debra and their families, also brothers in-law Ken and wife Ruth, Hugh and wife Linda, and sister in-law Elaine May and their families. He thought the world of his nieces and nephews. Elmer’s funeral service was held on April 2, 2015 at Killarney United Church. He was buried in Killarney Cemetery. Wheatland Funeral Service was in charge of arrangements.
11
DOMANSKY: Sally (née Yanda). Passed away peacefully on April 16th, 2015 at the Dinsdale Personal Care Home. Sally is survived by her sister Jean, daughters Deb (Jim) and Sandra, grandchildren Jennifer (Brad), Amanda (Ben), Kate, Dale and Elizabeth, as well as nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband Stanley, mother Mary, father William, seven brothers and three sisters. Born and raised in Brandon, Manitoba, Sally enjoyed spending time with her family and friends in Brandon, Onanole, and Winnipeg. She bowled for many years as well as played shuffleboard, cribbage and card games. She also enjoyed cross country skiing and dancing. Sally took numerous trips to Riding Mountain National Park, and had some other wonderful adventures including Hawaii, Europe, Alaska, across Canada and through parts of the United States. Sally worked for the Victoria Order of Nurses, K-Mart, and Just Petite. She volunteered for the East End Community Centre and the gift shop at the Brandon General Hospital. She was a long time St. Hedwig’s member and especially enjoyed singing in the choir. Sally was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend. Her delicious meals, enjoyment of wine and pizza parties, stories, laughter and conversations will truly be missed. Special thanks to the staff at the Dinsdale Personal Care Home for their care and support. If friends and family so desire, donations may be made to The Arthritis Society, #105-386 Broadway, Winnipeg, MB, R3C 3R6 or to Dinsdale Personal Care Home, 510-6th Street, Brandon, MB, R7A 3N9. A private service will be held on May 1st, 2015 at Brockie Donovan Funeral Home.
“It’s not goodbye, it’s a see you later.” Auf Wiedersehen and a toodle-loo to you.
Messages of condolence may be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com
12
WATT: It is with great sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of Keith Watt, beloved husband of the late Joan Watt, on Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at Dinsdale Personal Care Home. Keith was born in Melfort, Saskatchewan on November 27, 1936. He grew up on a farm near Birch Hills and attended Bonnie Hills School until grade eight, and Birch Hills High School for grades nine and ten. Keith received his welding certificate at the Western College of Welding in Regina. During his early years, he worked at the Melfort Creamery. He started his welding profession with Hamilton & Jones, then Hamilton & Allen, and finished his career with Glendale Industries. Keith was a member of the UCT. He coached and served on the executive for minor baseball and minor hockey, as well as the executive for the Air Canada Cup and Purolator Cup. He also volunteered for many tournaments. Keith was awarded The Ben Wiebe Memorial Award in 2000 for his contribution to his profession and his community. He loved baseball, hockey, curling, gardening and woodworking. Keith will lovingly be remembered by his sons Gordon (Julie) and Graham, grandchildren Keeley and Jens Watt, sister Dorothy (Jerry) Zuk, brother Bob and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his wife Joan, parents Jean and Harold, brothers Dave and Don, sister Helen and sister-in-law, Beryl Imogene. In keeping with Keith’s wishes, a private graveside service was held at Rosewood Memorial Gardens on Friday, April 24, 2015. Donations in memory of Keith may be made to Dinsdale Personal Care Home, “Recreation Department,” 510-6th Street, Brandon, MB, R7A 3N9.
Messages of condolence may be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com.
13
WOTTON: Peacefully our loving mother and grandmother, Catherine Elizabeth Wotton (nee Robertson) passed away during the morning of April 8, 2015 at the Brandon General Hospital at the age of 89 years. She was predeceased by husband of 61 years Kenneth in 2009. Catherine will be greatly missed by her son Doug Wotton, (Elizabeth), their children Erika Wainwright, (Marty), Krista Lewthwaite (Andrew), and Danielle; son Myles Wotton (Lori), their children, Janel Wotton, Danica Burgess, (Glen), Riley Wotton, (Amanda); son Ward Wotton; and Neil Wotton, (Karensa) and their children Mya, Chase and Eli. She had great grandchildren Robson, Ronan, Natalya, Sawyer, Cain, and Andy. She leaves to carry on her spirit her sisters in Birtle, Margie, Karen (Tip), and Pat (Pug). She has a younger brother Peter in Alberta. She was predeceased by her oldest brother Bill. Catherine was born March 22, 1926 in the RM of Bolton near Inglis to John and Millicent Robertson. She had two brothers Bill and Peter, three sisters, Margie, Patricia (Pug) and Karen, (Tip). She was a pioneer and had many stories about life on a her father’s homestead. Before her father helped build a school and convinced a teacher to come to the area she had to move away to go to school for one year at the young age of six years. When the Robertsons moved from the family farm to Foxwarren she met her husband Ken Wotton and they were married in 1948. In 1951 when Ken started working with Manitoba Telephone System they moved to Birtle. Catherine’s mother died in 1958 and that is when she moved in with her Father so she could help him raise her two younger sisters. Catherine was the oldest of six children, whose mother died at an early age. Her sisters recognized that she had a lifetime of responsibilities for them. She was a loving, caring person who they knew would always be there for them. Catherine and Ken moved to Deloraine in 1965 where she and the three boys helped Ken build a new house for them. They enjoyed their time in Deloraine for 36 years. Catherine was active in the community and her church. She was on the hospital board, UCW, a member of the Legion Auxillary, and sang in the United Church choir. She was a curler, a golfer, member of the Deloraine quilters, and enjoyed many summers at Lake Metigoshe in the family cottage. She worked for a period of time at both the Robinson Store and the Deloraine Co-op. She was a tremendous homemaker, cook, gardener, quilter, and will always be remembered by her grandchildren for the buns, cookies, preservatives and the special quilt that she made for each of them. Catherine’s father was born in Scotland and one of the high lights in her life was travelling with her sister Margie back to Scotland to visit her family roots. She had many picture albums of that trip and the picture she showed the most was of her kissing the Blarney Stone. She was a proud Scot and she would have smiled when the Piper played Amazing Grace at her funeral. During their retirement years Ken and Cathy travelled in the winters to Florida, Phoenix, the Maritines, and Vancouver Island. After Ken had his stroke in 2001 Catherine and Ken moved to Riverheights Terrace in Brandon. They lived there for 5 years and in their 80th year in 2006 they decided that they had enough of the snow and decided to live in Vanvouver with their youngest son Neil. He built them a special suite in his home that had many features that made Ken’s life easier. They enjoyed their time in Vancouver but In 2009 after Ken’s death, Catherine decided to move back to Birtle to be closer to her sisters. In 2012 Catherine moved back to Brandon to Riverheights Terrace for a year and then moved and spent the last year of her life at Sokol Manor Assisted Living. She really enjoyed the atmosphere and the staff in this smaller setting and felt she had found the perfect place to live. We would like to thank the staff at Sokol Manor for their care and support during her residency. Cremation and a Church Service has taken place in the Rivers United Church on April 14, 2015. A small graveside service will be held later this summer so she can rest beside her husband Ken in the Foxwarren Cemetery.
14
SICHEWSKI: Walter Sichewski of Sandy Lake, MB, beloved husband of Linda and dear father of Sara, Mark and Aaron, passed away suddenly at the Health Sciences Centre in Winnipeg, on Wednesday, April 22, 2015 at the age of 70 years. Evening Prayers will be held at the Sandy Lake Community Hall on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. A Funeral Service to honour and celebrate Walter’s life will be held at the Sandy Lake Community Hall on Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at 10:30 a.m. with Deacon Conrad Plante officiating. Interment will follow at the Sandy Lake Cemetery. Donations in memory of Walter may be made to CancerCare Manitoba, 675 McDermot Avenue, Room ON1160, Winnipeg, MB, R3E 0V9 or to the Heart & Stroke Foundation, Unit 3-824-18th Street, Brandon, MB, R7A 5B7. Complete obituary information to follow.
Messages of condolence may be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com.
15
GREIG: Eileen Greig of Virden, Manitoba and formerly of Reston, Manitoba, beloved wife of the late Doug Greig and loving mother of Robert, Fred and Susan passed away at Reston Health Centre Tuesday; April 21, 2015 in her 82nd year. Funeral service will be held from St. Mary's Anglican Church, Virden Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. with Father Don Bernhardt officiating. Interment will be in Reston Cemetery. If friends so desire, memorial tributes may be made to Virden & Area Palliative Care, Reston & Area Palliative Care or St. Mary's Anglican Church - Virden in memory of Eileen.
E-mail messages of condolenceor sign the on-line Book of Condolences at carscaddenfuneralchapel.com
G. R. Carscadden Funeral Chapel in care of arrangements.
<< Previous
234
 ... 
585586Next >>