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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - December 5, 1985, Winnipeg, Manitoba Winnipeg Free Press December Page 65 Deaths and Funerals My Answer By BILLY GRAHAM QUESTION I have tried several and as fat as 1 can tell the church is just a big social Right 1 am looking for something deeper that will help me with some problems 1 am ANSWER The most important thing I can tell you is that God loves you and wants to help you with whatever problems you There are three I would like to make about your experience the church should be more than a social No church is perfect some may have lost sight of their Godgiven calling and become little more than social But a church should be a place where Gods Word is taught and lived and where someone like yourself is pointed to Jesus who alone can forgive us and bring us into a living relationship with there may be more to a church than you see at The Sunday morning service is impor of but the church may also offer a whole range of activities for people in all situations activities that are not just but provide an opportunity to study the Bible and learn about In other dont assume too quickly that a church to offer in the way of look to Christ for the answers you need to lifes Attending church is important but your greatest need is to come to He came to bring you forgiveness and new He died on the cross for More than He rose again and is alive and He wants to come into your You may not understand everything about Christ right but He has promised to come into your life if you will open your heart to Turn to Christ and then seek a church where His Word is EMILY On December 1985 at Oakview MAE on November Charles HAYNES Suddenly on December 1985 at the Morris KENNETH Emily away at after a 92 beloved wife Evergreen at Frederick aged 81 on December 1985 at Adair will be Clifford f Haynes of wife of 1985 in General Hospi membered by her away was predeceased passed away at of Kenneth Mcln and loving wife He was her dear of 424 aged 78 be Neil Bardal her loving 1985 and leaves f sL of she leaves f husband of Frieda ly Funeral in care of phone she leaves to cherish her memory two his passing his son Reg and wife Elizabeth of Ohio with wife he is survived by his Jim of her passing two sons and one Fred and wife are one son Dennis and wife Lynn and one daughter of 24 April Mclntyre was born AUGUSTA of Kenora and Janet Bob and wife Jabour nee the son of OLIVE Kalata of husband Tony and of of Toronto and William nee BENNETT Peacefully on nephews and their f Illinois and three Joy daughter Susan Maines and two of Ridgeville six grandchildren and Michael and Mark He had been employed by GreatWest November service will his sister Tammy Edward Assurance for 49 at Grace by of Oakview all of surviving are Victoria Jim Covle retiring in 1972 as gusta Gussie Esler on Haynes and three T1 poll vp f Rpn n ti He December 5 at service in Emma Dell a founding member She leaves to at Bells held in 1913 and Roy and Coyle of honorary treasurer her memory her Funeral Thomson Knutt Patsy Bell the River Heights Ewart her lieu of flowers in by her was Shirley Goatcher of may be made to at with started his Gustav and Wookey of of the Commu her daughter Mary Morris of her son Kenneth of Winnipeg as well as her eight two nephews and numerous She was predeceased by her brother George and Beatrice and Augusta was bom August 1897 in but resided most of her life in Gussie was active until the very last day participating in her churchs activities at Aidans Anglican Church particularly enjoying Juniors Lawn Bowling and A memorial service will be held December 6 at at Aidans Anglican John Moorhouse In lieu of flowers if friends so desire donations may be made to the Cancer Society or a charity of ones GERALD BENOIT On December 1985 at the Heart EUGENE DROUIN after a lengthy on December 1985 at the Deer Lodge Eugene aged 96 beloved husband of Germaine nee Normand of 291 Besides his he is survived by two Ernest and wife Therese of Jim and wife Dolly of Edmonton three Jeanne Vermander of Alice and husband Michel Soulodre of Lucille and husband Sidney Fancy of Vancouver 23 grandchildren 13 Drouin was a member of the 19141919 and served in the Infantry and later in the Lord Strathcona He was twice wounded during the After the he worked in industrial construction as a foreman and LAWRENCE GOLDEN After a courageous battle for 12 years with kidney disease on December 1985 at the Health Sciences Ron aged 49 beloved husband of Lois of 14 Lonsdale Ron was born in Winnipeg and had been self Besides his wife he is survived by his five Susan and husband Brent Christopher and wife Terry Golden of David and wife Erin Golden of Moose Steven and JodiLyh at home his four Wade and Miles Simons and Courtney and Stevy Golden his mother Kathleen Golden his brothers Jim and wife Ken and wife Allan and wife Sharan and Tom and wife Linda his Julia Pat and husband Mike Suroway and Joy Hery and his numerous nieces and McDonald In lieu of donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or charity of ones LEATHERDALE GARDINER FUNERAL 232 Kennedy in care of Phone KATHLEEN ANN HAMMOND Suddenly on December 1985 at her Kathleen Ann aged 27 years of 1151 Roslyn Kathleen is survived by her Lena and Ralph Edward Hammond two Janet Harwood of Winnipeg and Darlene Olczyk of Alberta one brother Thomas Murray of Viewing will be held December 6 from to at Neil Bardal 984 Portage entrance on Aubrey Service will be held Saturdav WILLIAM HAVIXBECK Peacefully on December 1985 at the Boniface Joseph William aged 83 Prayers will be said on December 5 at at the Cropo Funeral 1442 Main at Luxton Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated on December 6 at at the Josephs Roman Catholic Mountain and with Schmidt Interment will follow at Assumption Joseph was born May 1902 in Duelmen in Germany and immigrated to Canada on March He worked on a farm in Saskatchewan for a year then came to where he worked for Floyd Howe from whom he bought a farm and farmed until when he He was a member of the Little Britain German banking before joining the Northern Electric where he was employed In several cities and positions through to his retirement in He spent his last years travelling and playing golf and curling with legions of friends at the Wildewood A memorial service will be held In the Thomson Funeral Broadway at December 6 at The service will terminate at the In lieu of the family requests that if be made to the Canadian Cancer Society Manitoba Division 202777 Portage or to the Christmas Cheer Courtesy parking west of the funeral Gluch one brother Gus and two Bertha and Funeral services will be held on December 6 at in the Lutheran Church of the Cross in Pastor William Lehman Interment in the Morris If friends so donations may be made to the Morris Lutheran Church of the Cross Memorial Viewing at the chapel on Thursday from to and at the church prior to the Arrangements by the Morris Funeral SIGFUS JOHANN KRISTINNSON Peacefully after a lengthy illness on December at the Arborg Sigfus Johann Kristinnson aged 68 years of We will always cherish his loving and unselfish his companionship and his HAROLD KURZ On December 1985 at the Boniface Theodore Harold aged 60 dearly loved husband of Irene Evelyn of Kurz was born in and lived here all his He served with the during the Second World Kurz was employed with Brinks of Canada for 28 years and for the last five was with the Bank of Nova He was a member of the Peace Officers Surviving in addition to his loving wife are two Gary and his wife Jim and his wife Janeen three Andrea and Meghan three Arvin and his wife Wally and his wife Red and his wife all of Winnipeg and many nieces and Funeral service will be held in Batholomews Anglican 881 She was predeceased by her parents and a sister Bernice Following a memorial service will be held in the Thomson Funeral Broadway at December 7 at The service will terminate at the The family wishes to express its sincere appreciation to the doctors and staff of the Health Sciences Courtesy parking west of the funeral GEORGE HOWARD MANN On December 1985 at the Lions Prairie Portage La George Howard Mann in his 99th Funeral service will be held on December 6 at from the Omega Funeral Portage La Prairie with the Chest United Way Budget Honorary Treasurer and Board Member of Junior Achievement and Honorary Treasurer and Board Member of the Art Surviving besides his wife are his son William Kenneth and his wife Sheila of Toronto his daughter Mary Grubmayr of Mississauga son Peter and his wife Janet of 12 grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren also his sister Lillian Mclntyre of He was predeceased by one sister Dorothy Carr and two Jack Red Mclntyre and Harry Following a memorial service will be held in Aidans Anglican Kingsway at on December 6 at Canon John Moorhouse Services will terminate at the Interment of the cremat dia his own was predeceased 7 was predeceased which he on remains will take aged 64 father James Bardal wife Use in 1975 without December 6 at will follow in in Johns Cathe late of Spence Funeral services service will be held at sister Helen MacDonald and brother Caird He is survived by his nine Born and educated the William Vincent will plot at Evergreen Memorial Cemetery at a later be held on December 5 at at Kerrs Funeral 120 Adelaide Interment will take place in the military section at Brookside John Cabral will Friends may December 5 in Precious Blood Roman Catholic Kenny and Enfield Interment will follow in Green Acres Memorial Desjardins Funeral Chapel in care of Should friends in lieu of donations may be sent to the Kidney Foundation of Manitoba 10155 Donald Manitoba R3C lieu of flowers donations to the Canadian Diabetes 173 McDermot Neil Bardal Family Funeral in care of arrangements phone four Edith Ugrin and husband Irene Tuckey and husband Don of Louise Riege and husband Helen Corkett and husband John of five Carl and he served in the Armed Forces from 19421946 and was a member of the Royal Canadian Branch Sadly he is survived by his loving wife Margaret his service will terminate at the with cremation to Friends may pay their respects at the Thomson Funeral Broadway at on Thursday tonight from to Mann leaves to mourn his passing one son Lloyd and daughterinlaw of Ottawa two Lake Dorothy and soninlaw Murray of gratefully If friends so donations may be made to the Mulitiple Sclerosis Society of 825 Sherbrook Thomson Funeral Chapels in care of ar prior to the Arrangements Special thanks to memorial service will be held Friday of Paul and wife and fiancee Julie Kosie from lieu of contributions may be Thorpe Vivian and phone Kerrs Funeral staff of 5E in and wife A and wife Debra the Palliative of Deer Lodge and wife Nancy his care of Boniface f six THE CHAPEL gratefully with and husband eight OLD Donations may Johnson into wife Sharon of Arborg He was SQUARE PHILLIP to the Manitoba Lung The family would Strathray on one greatgranddaughter Gudbjartson of Dauphin his in care of phone by his wife Jean in On December 1985 at the Health Sciences Phillip aged 43 of Private interment service will be held on December 6 at Chapel Lawn Memorial BARDAL FUNERAL 843 Sherbrook in care of phone CORA BOURGEOIS On December 1985 at the Portage General Cora late of Portage la passed away at the age of 86 Predeceased by her husband in 1966 three Helma Hester Carlson and Elsie Archambault two Carl and Alex Bourgeois is survived by two Doreen Cliff Bagrie of Portage and Clara John Atkins of Winnipeg Barbara Barrie Wilde of Byrna Bagrie and John Bagrie of Scott Atkins and Lisa both of Winnipeg two Tyler and Elaine Wilde of Winnipeg one sister Amber Stanley of Amaranth and several nieces and A service of remembrance will be held from the Jackson Memorial Portage on December 6 at with Jack Cameron A private interment of the ashes will follow in Hillside Arrangements entrusted to the Jackson Memorial Portage la OLGA GORBUTZEWICH On December 1985 at the Seven Oaks Olga aged 80 of Funeral arrangements Arnasons Funeral Ashern in care of COLIN PHILLIP GHOSTKEEPER On the morning of December 1985 at Rosewood Colin Phillip aged 61 beloved husband of Dorothy of Born December 1923 at High He served 26 years with the First Canadian Parachute Battalion and the First Battalion of the Royal Canadian retiring in 1966 and settling in He was a member of the Royal Canadian Stonewall Branch Surviving besides his wife daughter and Shirley and Harold Platt and their Teresa and Connie of son William Ghostkeeper of Thompson and his Tanya and Colin two Nelson Ghostkeeper of Prince Louis Gladue of three Minnie Nora Badger and Rose all of Valley Prayers will said on December 5 at in the MacKenzie Funeral Funeral service will be held on November 6 at in Josephs Roman Catholic Stony Bouffard Service to terminate at the with cremation to In lieu of if friends so memorial donations may be made to Rosewood Stonewall or to the Canadian Alzheimer 8170 Hargrave MacKenzie Funeral in care of express their sincere thanks to John McKenzie and the staff at the Dialysis Unit of the Health Sciences Neil Bardal Family Funeral in care of Phone SHIRLEY ANNE GRIFFITH On December 1985 at her Shirley aged 27 of 63 Sanderson beloved wife of Born and raised in Shirley had been employed as a clinic assistant with the Red Cross Besides her husband she will be sadly missed by her two Carl and Stacy at home Julius and Antoinette Pakay of Winnipeg three George and both of Albert of Edmonton two Rose Pakay and Geraldine both of Prayers will be said at December 6 at the Bardal Funeral 843 Sherbrook at Parking at Mass of the Resurrection will be said at December 7 at Peters Roman Catholic 748 Keewatin with the Mike Koryluk Interment in Boniface Roman Catholic Shirley was a sensitive full of laughter and good who brought much joy to all who knew She suffered silently and courageously God took her away to be with Should friends so donations may be made in her memory to the Canadian Diabetic 173 McDermot Bardal Funeral in care of Frank Musgrave aged 95 Frank was born in England in 1890 and came to Canada in 1907 with his He married Annie Miner in 1919 and settled in He worked at as a carman in the Transcona Shops until his retirement in He moved to Ailsa to live with his daughter Vera Ross three years Predeceased by his wife Annie in 1971 and one greatgrandson in he leaves to mourn his passing two Vera and her husband Moore Ross of Ailsa Elsie and her husband Aubrey Stickney of Shoal There are eight grandchildren and 16 greatgrandchildren one brother Percy Harding of a memorial service will be held in and burial will take place in the Transcona Cemetery at a later HERBERT GORDON HUGHES Change of Funeral Service On December 1985 at Herbert Gordon aged 65 husband of the late Velma Agnes Hughes was predeceased by his wife Velma in He is survived by one son Robert of Los Calif one sister Daphne Vellani of and their A graveside service will be held December 7 at the Chapel Lawn Memorial the Grant Smith The Chapel Lawn Funeral 4000 Portage is in care of arrangements phone CHAPEL IN THE and nephews in Canada and He was the last surviving member of his In lieu of donations may be made in his memory to the Boniface General Hospital Research Foundation 409 Tache Winnipeg or the charity of your The family would like to extend sincere gratitude to Murphy and his assistant and to the nurses and staff of 6A at the Boniface Hospital for their excellent Honorary pallbearers will be John Ted Karl Emil Kroeger and Henry Pallbearers will be his six oldest Edward and Brian Jim and David Ray Tuckey and Kevin CROPO FUNERAL CHAPEL in care of EARLE LANCELOT JUKES Peacefully on December 1985 at the Seven Oaks General Earle Lancelot aged 97 of Funeral arrangements LEATHERDALE 232 Kennedy Phone JOHN EDWARD KITCHEN On December 1985 at the Grace John Edward aged 59 late of Winnipeg and formerly of Selkirk and Patricia Funeral services will be held on December 6 at in the Gilbart Funeral Selkirk with Peter Cain Interment will follow in the Scanterbury Friends may call for viewing on Thursday evening from to in the Gilbart He will be sadly missed and lovingly remembered by his many relatives and aged 62 of 891 Centennial beloved wife and went to be with her December 1985 at the Victoria after a brave battle with heart She will be sadly missed by her husband Julius and Raymond and David and his wife Sylvia and her daughterinlaw Kim her Michael and all of Winnipeg her Hedwig Ziesmann of Winnipeg and Alma Senoff of She will also be missed by many other relatives and Kepp was predeceased by her son May Funeral services will be held December at at McDermot Baptist Church with Werner Dietrich and Pastor Reid Galbraith Viewing will be prior to the service at the Interment in Chapel Lawn Memorial Klassen Funeral Chapel in care of The family wishes to extend their gratitude to the doctors and nurses of the Intensive Care Unit at the Victoria Hospital and Pastor and Werner Dietrich for their loving care and as well as all friends that are praying for In lieu of donations may be made to the McDermot Baptist Church Organ 821 McDermot R3E To be with which is far The end Life begun In celestial bliss with Gods dear Son Who by His Cross has made our loss His Himself denying And in His Death and Eternal Life is reaping now the fruit of Calvarys Chad and Leah and one greatgrandchild Craig his brother Gestur and wife Edith of Geysir his sister Solla and husband Einar Nordal of Arborg numerous relatives and He was predeceased by his father his mother Indianna and his brother Friends may call from December 6 at the Arborg MacKenzie Funeral Funeral service will be held on December 7 at in the Arborg MacKenzie Funeral Pastor Ruth Blaser Interment to follow in the Geysir Legion Rites at the Should friends so in lieu of donations may be made to the Cancer Research 409 The family would like to thank the medical staff of the Arborg Hospital for their patience and MacKenzie Funeral Home in care of DANIEL DAN PLOUFFE Passed away suddenly in Calgary Hospital on November Dan aged 56 formerly of Fort Cremation has taken Surviving are his mother Bertha Plouffe his six Penny Randy Richard Cindy Candace Debbie Helegson his sisters Verda Lagimodiere and Kay Harling three Victor Ted Plouffe and Charlie Plouffe of A memorial service wiU be held December at Pineview Waverley Fort JANE LEITHEAD nee MacKICHAN Peacefully on December 1985 at the Princess Elizabeth beloved wife of James She leaves to mourn her besides her her Ian and wife Debra of Barry and wife Elaine of Winnipeg and Alexander and She is also survived by her sisterinlaw Marion Leithead sister Shirley Stauft and husband Peter brother Kenneth and wife all of Toronto brother John and wife Audrey and brother Gerald and wife all of and their Mary was born in in June of 1918 and was married in She resided on Wolseley for most of the past 35 years and took an active interest in community engaging in many volunteer She was a member of Westminster United where she was particularly active in the work of the When her family was she worked for several years as an employee of Mary will be fondly remembered for her love and devotion to her family and Her courage throughout her long illness was an inspiration to all who knew Funeral service will be held in the Thomson Funeral Broadway at on December 6 at The Robert Thompson will Interment to follow in Chapel Lawn Memorial Courtesy parking west of the funeral may call at the funeral home for visitation on Thursday this evening from to Should friends so memorial donations may be made to the Lions Prairie Box Portage or Trinity United Portage La The Omega Funeral Portage La Garth Clary in care of GEORGE CLIFFORD MCCLELLAND Passed away peacefully on December 1985 at the Tiger Hills District Health George Clifford aged 82 dearly beloved husband of Elsie McClelland of Funeral service will be conducted by the Murray JamesGroom on December 1985 at in the Treherne United Interment will follow at the Bethel George leaves to mourn his passing and cherish his besides his behaved wife one daughter Jean Roberts of four Elmer and daughterinlaw Jackie of Clare and daughterinlaw Merilyn of Jack and daughterinlaw Diane of and Gordon of 12 two John and Allan and sisterinlaw Mary McClelland all of one sisterinlaw Rita McClelland of He was predeceased by his parents William and Elizabeth McClelland and by one brother Mason in Arrangements in care of Budz Funeral McPHERSON Peacefully on November Sarah passed away at the Boniface Hospital after a lengthy dearly beloved wife of Basil Sarah was born in in 1903 and came to Winnipeg with her family in She was a 1925 graduate nurse of the Winnipeg General Hospital and was employed by the Womens Missionary Society of the United Church as a nurse at the Teulon Hospital for eight years prior to her She was a member of Regents Park Church for 35 served in the Sunday School for several and was a longtime member of the United Church Surviving besides her husband are sons Barry and wife Roy and wife Wayne and wife Irma and grandchildren Russell and wife Rachel and Melissa also a number of nieces and A memorial service will be held at the Regents Park United 613 Marys on December at Paul Campbell Cremation has taken In lieu of if friends so donations may be made in Sarahs memory to the Palliative Care Patient Donation care of Boniface General The family expresses its thanks to Henteleff and the dedicated staff of the Palliative Ward for their care and Thomson Funeral Chapels in care of
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