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   Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - January 29, 2004, Winnipeg, Manitoba                                JENNIE ANNAPETE BOYKO HELGI MARTIN MARGARETToday�s Obituary Notices ZABUDNY January 25, 2004 February 16, 1927 -SUSANNACHRISTIANSEN Peacefully on Janu-DAWSON(SMITTY)BERARD, (nee KATZUR), Sophie Adele. 
BISSETT, Doreen E. 
ary 26, 2004 at the Red(FORSYTH)A strong man, a hard-December 9, 1923 -River Personal CareBORGFORD, Hrefna (Edna), 87. Margaret passedworking man, a man of January 26, 2004 BOYKO, Pete. Home, Jennie Zabudny,away peacefully onintegrity, a man loved Peacefully, sur-BROWN, Vera Margaret, 97. formerly of WinnipegTuesday, January 27,and cherished by his rounded by family, DadCARRIERE, Donna Lee. Beach, fell asleep in2004 at the Concordiafamily. This contribu�passed away at theCHOI, Choy Sik, 90. death at the age of 96.Place Personal Caretor to his communityCHRISTIANSEN, Helgi Martin. Grace Hospital. She is survived byCOMPTON, Catherine Joan Home at the age ofand church has left us. He leaves to cherish DAWSON, Margaret S. 94. her son Russell;94 years.Pete Boyko had a fun�his memory his sonDRAPOTOY, Mary. daughter Verna (Peter)She was the widow ofdamental belief system: Laurie (Davene);ELCHITZ, Lillian. Bodnar; grandchildren,Lieutenantit was to never shirk re�daughters, LindaFINKEL, Erwin, 67. Perry (Lila) Bodnar,FLEISHER, Beverly. Fotheringham Dawson,sponsibility and to treat Friesen (Lloyd),FREEMAN, Oscar. Brad (Angela) Bodnar,S.S.R who was killed inpeople fairly. It an-Barbara AndersonHALLIDAY, Norma. Deborah Baker of Calgary, Mark (Suzanne)Dieppe.gered him when he would see people being taken (Don); his grandchildren, Eirik, Wylie andHARROP, Diana Mary. Zabudny, Craig (Helen) Zabudny, AudraSurvived by two sisters, Mary Curtis andadvantage of. This value system he instilled in Larson Christiansen, Tara and Laura Friesen,JONES, (MORE) (nee GILBEY), Lillian May, 88. (Darryl) Mayo; great-grandchildren, RyanBetty Swain of Winnipeg; one brother James E.KLASSEN, John. his sons, Adrian and Garry. Robyn Bickford (Tommy), Alexa Anderson; and Bodnar, Matthew (Beth) Bodnar, Justine Bod-LOUDFOOT, James Herbert, 87. Forsyth; her two children, Enid Kaake ofPete was born on a farm his parents, Michael great-grandchildren, Lane and Jacob Bickford.MACKAY, Walter J. nar, Brianne and Nathan Baker and nieces andWinnipeg and Ronald J.F. Dawson (Shirley) of(3/26/65) and Mary (Cherwak)(4/13/51) Boyko Dad was predeceased by his two brothers,MALKA, (nee CETKOVSKI), Mary. nephews.Bissett, MB; six grandchildren, Brenley Kaakehomesteaded near Hazel Dell, SK and moved to Eddie and Bob; his sister Anne Finnson; andMcRAE, Joyce Beatrice, 58. She was predeceased by her husband Nick;of Minneapolis, Bonnie deKoning (Jim) ofNorquay in 1937. Times being tough, Pete, a great-granddaughter Desirae CouturePANTEL, Marie, 98. her son Zennie; grandson Jeff; Tom Baker,Winnipeg, R. Ian Dawson (Joanne), SusanPEABODY, Roy Alfred. determined and driven young man, joined a (Bickford). husband of Deborah; six sisters and two broth-PERRAS, Henry Joseph, 90. Tereck (Gordon), Malcolm Dawson (Karen) ofthreshing gang at the age of 15. Hard work and Dad was born and raised in Selkirk, MB. HePOTOROKA, Verna Margorie, 83. ers and nieces and nephews.Winnipeg and Colleen Paterson (Robert) of St.perseverance were his watchwords. joined the Royal Canadian Navy in 1940 servingREYKDAL, Julia Lillian, 93. Jennie was born on January 23, 1908 to JohnLazare, QC; 19 great-grandchildren; seven great-In 1951 he married his soulmate, Elizabeth on a corvette in the North Atlantic during theROGOCKI, Steve, 77. and Anna Gooley in the District of Foley. Shegreat-grandchildren; and many cousins, niecesROSGER, Cecil E., 82. Balycky and shortly thereafter moved to north�war and later joined the Naval Reserve at married Nick Zabudny and together theySHUCKETT, Ben Arthur. and nephews.ern Manitoba, where they lived for 20 years. Chippewa. Upon returning home in 1945 Dad farmed in Foley until 1968 when they retiredSKAKUM, Mary. She was predeceased by one brother John BThey then moved to Winnipeg where he worked became an electrician. He married AnnaSMITH, R. Bruce, 58. from farming and settled in Winnipeg Beach.(Jack) a mechanic and later he and Elizabeth bought Vigfusson in 1949 and they settled in GimliSTAMPNICK, Katie (Czaj), 85. She will always be remembered for her love ofMargaret was born September 18, 1909 ata service station in Selkirk where he worked where Dad began his career with theTYERMAN, Wayne, 55. family and friends, for her warm smile and hos-Eriksdale, MB. Mom was employed at the AbbottZABUDNY, Jennie Anna, 96. until retirement. Department of Transport. He transferred to pitality, her love of flowers and gardening, cook-Clinic prior to her marriage, then again duringPete loved to hook up his Kaplan camper and Winnipeg in 1960, Vancouver in 1975, and re�ing and baking.Notices may not be in alphabetical order and after the Second World War, to raise hertravel with his family to places across Canada. tired in 1981 back in Gimli. After a brief rest, She was a member of the Winnipeg Beachfamily of two children. She was a longtimePete always found time to share his love of Dad became the town's Harbour Master whereObituary notices can be found at: congregation of Jehovah�s Witnesses. Her faithmember and elder at Chalmers United wrestling with his grandchildren, being careful he thoroughly enjoyed meeting and greeting all in her God Jehovah and the Bible�s promise of aand later McClure United Church. She was also ato show them exactly how each move was the Boaters that docked there. Dad's next fa�resurrection never wavered. She looked forwardSOPHIE ADELE BERARD staunch member and past chief of Dame Ishbelexecuted. Oh, the child within! vourite time was his winters at the "Tip 'O' Tex�to the time when the earth will be restored to a(nee KATZUR) Camp and Robert Burns Camp of the Sons ofAfter retiring, you could find Pete and as" where he met many wonderful new friends. paradise, where there will be no more sickness,It is with sadness that we announce the Scotland.Elizabeth at their trailer, either in Arizona or in Dad was a man of many talents including pain, or death. Revelation 21:4passing of Sophie Berard on Wednesday, Cremation has taken place and a memorialRicher, MB where they would play cards, tend having an unquenchable thirst for knowledge, Funeral services will be held on Friday,January 28, 2004. service will be held on Friday, January 30 attheir garden and play aggravation with their building our first new home, master electrician, January 30 at 11:00 a.m. in the Gilbart FuneralA full obituary will follow. 10:00 a.m. at Chapel Lawn Funeral Home,friends and family. Together they shared their airplane pilot, navigator, babysitter, and Chapel, Selkirk with Bob McArthur presiding.4000 Portage Ave. with Rev. Hugo Unruhdreams. Pete was most proud of the accomplish�legendary joke-teller. He is finally at peace afterP.COUTU & CO. Interment to follow in the St. Williamspresiding.ments of his children, grandchildren and great�many years of suffering due to arthritis.Funeral Directors Cemetery.In lieu of flowers, please make a donation tograndchildren. Now he is gone. We will miss The family would like to extend their special156 Marion St., 949-4864 The family wishes to extend thanks to thethe charity of your choice.him. thanks to the nurses on 3 West at the Grace nurses and staff at Red River Place for their He is survived by his wife of 52 years, DOREEN E. Hospital for their special care, and to the care and compassion. Elizabeth. His brother Walter Boyko of Canora, AFTERGLOWBISSETT Chaplain, Marilyn. I'd like the memory ofIt is with profound Gilbart Funeral Home in care ofSK. Sons, Adrian (Sonia) of Saskatoon, Garry In lieu of flowers, donations to the Arthritis Me to be a happy one,sadness we announce arrangements.(Helene) of Winnipeg. Grandchildren, Kathryn Society (Rheumatoid), 105 -386 Broadway, I'd like to leave an after�the passing of our (Faron) Murray of Prince Albert, SK, Tara Winnipeg, MB, R3C 3R6 would be greatlymother, Doreen E. glow of smiles when DIANA MARY(Andriy) Dovgyy of Kitscoty, AB, Ryan Boyko of appreciated.Bissett on Sunday, life is done. HARROPSaskatoon, Alexander Boyko of Brandon, MB, A celebration of Dad's life will be held onJanuary 25, 2004 at the I'd like to leave an echo March 8, 1922 -Teresa (Jarrett) Turko of Winnipeg. Great-Friday, January 30, 2004 at 1:00 p.m. at theGrace Hospice. whispering softly January 27, 2004grandchildren, Nathaniel Boyko, Nykola ANAVET Hall, 3584 Portage Ave.Mom leaves to down the ways, Beloved mother andDovgyy, Haiden and Azaria Murray.cherish her love and Of happy times and mother-in-law of DavidArrangements entrusted to:Pete will be greatly missed. His sense ofmemory, her sons, laughing times and and Suzanna, SullivanChapel Lawn Funeral Homehumour, and his love of family were second toRobert, Donald and wife bright sunny days, Lake, AB, Cindy andCemetery and Crematoriumnone. His illness took him, but not ourBarbara; three grand�I'd like the tears of those Jim Stewart, Winnipeg,885-9715memories.daughters, Lesley and who grieve to dry Greg and Dolores,CATHERINE JOANPrayers will take place at 8:00 p.m. on Friday,fianc� Dimitrios (Jim) Cotsianis, Angella and before the sun Gimli, Geoff and Janet,COMPTONJanuary 30 and a funeral service will be held atJennifer; and one great-grandson Ashton; her Of happy memories that Winnipeg; grandmotherOn Thursday, Janu�10:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 31, both at Allsister Jean Pettypiece of Boissevain, MB; her I've left now my life is to Patrick, Chris,ary 22, 2004 in her 48thSaints Church, 1500 Day St. (Transcona).brother Robert and wife Sybil Stroud of Done. Angela and Aime. SheIn lieu of flowers, donations may be made in year our beloved Cathy,Grandview, MB; and several nieces and neph�was predeceased by herArrangements entrusted to:Pete�s memory to the All Saints Church, 1500 Bluebird Woman wasews also survive her. husband Al (1988) and grandson Alex (1996).CHAPEL LAWN FUNERAL HOMEMom was born November 9, 1924 in Day St., Winnipeg, MB R2C 1E4. called to the spirit Mom was born in Swansea, Wales and alwaysCEMETERY AND CREMATORIUMBoissevain, MB and remained there until her world. took great pride in her Welsh heritage andVICHNAYA PAM�YAT 885-9715late teens when she moved to Winnipeg. She be-She was the beloved letting people know. She joined the W.A.C. at the gan her career with the Hudson Bay Company as mother of Justin ERWIN ERICHArrangements entrusted to: onset of the Second World War and served as a an elevator attendant until being moved into La-Compton. Very proud FINKELGLEN LAWN FUNERAL HOME driver in a variety of capacities. While servingdies Fashions. On November 1, 1952 she married grandmother of Nicolas 1937 � 2004455 LAGIMODIERE BLVD. in England she met Dad and they married whileClare N. Bissett and moved with him a short and Kiana Fontaine and It is with great sad�982-7550 both were still serving for their countries. Shetime later to Saskatoon. It was there, two years their mother Deena ness that we announce came to Canada as a War Bride after thelater, her lifelong commitment as mother be-DONNA LEE Fontaine. She was cher�the sudden passing of conclusion of the war and described it as her gan. CARRIERE ished by many friends and family. She will be Erwin, at his home on greatest adventure and the craziest thing sheMom was predeceased by her beloved April 21, 1959 �greatly missed by her brothers, Jim Compton Sunday, January 25, had ever done.husband Clare on October 26, 1985; her parents, January 26, 2004 and Francois Arsenault; sisters, Irene Compton 2004. Mom took pride in being a wife and mother.Dougal (Red) and Elsie Stroud; sisters, Norma With her family by and Josephine Morrisseau and father of Justin, He is survived by his She loved the cottage and her gardening andStroud, Hazel Arthurs, Shirley Stevens; and her side Donna passed Louis Bonham, niece and family, Janine, Tyler, beloved wife of 42 anyone that asked could get a tour or talk to herbrother Claire Stroud. away peacefully at the Doreen, Ocean Compton, James, Kathryn, Angel, years, Herta; daughter about plants. She also enjoyed all the familyAs a family, we would like to extend our Health Science Centre Amber, Francine, Bill, Angelo, Jason, Jeremy, Karin Hapke trips that her and Dad were able to share with usheartfelt thanks to Dr. Sharon Mould of the in Winnipeg, on Misty; sisters-in-law, Delores, Vera and Yolande; (Reinhard); son Harry over the years, the two highlights being able toAssiniboine Clinic for her care and compassion, Monday, January 26, brother-in-law Tom and numerous aunts, uncles Finkel (Karen); daugh�return to Great Britain and share with us herJacqueline Reimer and Shirley Nerbas of Home 2004. roots and camping on the Arctic tundra. Sheter Ursula Finkel (Ron McDonald); grandchil�and cousins from Keeseekoose, Coty, Sandy BayCare. The nursing and support staff of the Grace Donna was born and loved telling her stories to all that would listen.dren, Kirstie, Andrea and Mark; his four leggedand Sioux Reserve, Saskatchewan and PrinceHospice will also be remembered for their raised in the Great The last number of years her health wasgrandchildren, B.J., Bear and Kaos; (brotherEdward Island. overwhelming compassion and support during Falls area, where she compromised by Alzheimer�s disease but sheHorst Finkel (Inge); sister Helga Max (Karl-To welcome her to the spirit world is her momMom's final days. attended school in both was able to live in her new home in WhytewoldHeinz); brother Harry Finkel (Monika) all ofand dad, Jim and Alice Compton; sisters, DoreenFuneral services will be held on Friday, Lac du Bonnet and Pine Falls. She had spent a for six years before having to take up residenceDortmund, Germany); and numerous sisters-in-Compton and MaryAnn Morrisseau and brotherJanuary 30 at 12:30 p.m. at Chapel Lawn Funeral number of years in Edmonton, and returned at the Betel Home in, brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews andGordon Wasteste.Home, 4000 Portage Ave. with Rev. Michael home 10 years ago. Donna was a very kind and Our family would like to extend our thankscousins.Visitation will be on Thursday, January 29Boulger officiating. compassionate person, who dearly loved her and appreciation to all of Mom�s doctors, nurses,He was predeceased by his parents, Otto andbetween 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. in Thomson FuneralFloral tributes, if desired, should be sent family and friends. Her giving nature, allowed caregivers and friends, especially Vilborg,Emma Finkel of Dortmund, Germany.Chapels, 669 Broadway. Mass of Christian Buri�directly to Chapel Lawn for the service. her to be a wonderful friend and confidant and Norm and Alexis and our warmest thanks to allBorn on January 24, 1937 in Scharnhorst, over the years she helped many people, family, al will be celebrated on Friday, January 30 at the staff at the Betel Home in Gimli for theirGermany, he immigrated to Canada in 1958. He friends, and even strangers. She judged no one, 10:30 a.m. in St. Mary�s Cathedral, 353 St. Mary"The love between a mother and her son kind and compassionate care over the last twosuccessfully began his own business in 1970 and and always looked for the good in others. Her Ave. with Fr. Darrin Gurr, the celebrant. Follow�is a priceless treasure, years.semi-retired in 2002. spirit will be deeply missed. ing a reception in the parish hall, interment willGrowing more beautiful A celebration of our Mom�s life will be held onThe family would like to thank the WinnipegDonna was predeceased by her father Leo with each passing year." take place in Assumption Cemetery. Friday, January 30 at 3:00 p.m., St. Aidan�s Farewell my dear Mom Ambulance and Fire Paramedics, nurses and Carriere. She leaves to mourn mother Kate Anglican Church (Campbell and Kingsway), 274 Carriere; brothers, Kevin (Annette) Carriere, THOMSON doctors at Concordia Emergency. Campbell, Winnipeg with Rev. Ken TurnbullFuneral Chapels - 669 Broadway - 783-7211 Funeral Service will be held on Friday,Arrangements entrusted to: officiating.Brad (Kathy) Carriere, Dennis (Moira) Carriere, January 30 at 12:30 p.m. at St. John�s LutheranCHAPEL LAWN FUNERAL HOME If so desired, donations can be made to theWayne (Mars) Carriere; sister Diane (Jody) Church, 370 McKenzie St. Interment will followLILLIAN MAY JONES (MORE)CEMETERY AND CREMATORIUM Gimli Community Health Centre HealingJohnson; partner Gord Sokoloski, numerous in Brookside Cemetery.(nee GILBEY)885-9715 Garden, in care of P.O. Box 250, Gimli, MBnieces, nephews and friends. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in A celebration of Donna�s life will be held on May 27, 1915 -January 26, 2004 R0C 1B0.Erwin�s memory to St. John�s Lutheran ChurchLillian May Jones, aged 88 years, passed awayHREFNA (EDNA) BORGFORD Saturday, January 30 at 2:00 p.m. at the Notre Memorial South Terrace Continuing Care Centre, TO MY CHILDRENPeacefully, on Wednesday, January 28, 2004 at Dame Du Laus. in Powerview, MB. Edmonton into the comforting arms of the When I spill my food on my nice clean dressMisericordia Place, Edna Borgford passed away, CROPO FUNERAL CHAPELIn lieu of flowers, if family and friends so Lord. Or maybe forget to tie my shoeat the age of 87 years. 586-8044 
Arrangements are pending with a longer 
desire, donations my be made in Donna�s Much beloved, she will be greatly missed by Please be patient and perhaps reminiscememory to the Kidney Foundation. BEN ARTHUR SHUCKETTher daughter Ellen Jane Glinka (Hans); her About the hours I spent with youBen Arthur Shuckett passed away peacefully notice to follow. grandsons, George Glinka (Brenda Cooper, When I taught you how to eat with care Neil Bardal Inc. RUSSELL�S of Beausejour, Manitoba at his home Tuesday, January 20, 2004. He wasSherisse and Melissa) of Lethbridge, Gordon Plus tying shoelaces and your numbers too 949-2200 are in care of arrangements. predeceased by his loving wife Dorothy in 1986.Glinka (Michelle); great-grandchildren, Dressing yourself and combing your hair VERA MARGARET BROWN Call 1-866-424-6271 (toll free) or 268-2263. Ben and Dorothy were married in 1938 and Those were precious hours spent with youChristopher and Jessica Glinka of Edmonton.CHOY SIK CHOI enjoyed 48 wonderful years together. Ben is So when I forget what I was about to sayAlso by her loving sister Retta Williams and her(nee HAMPTON) (1916 -2004) survived by his children, Marcia and Ken Just give me a minute...or maybe twoIn Ottawa, ON, on Tuesday, January 27, 2004, children, Louise Bell, Bruce Williams ofPeacefully on Brookler and Paul and Margaret Shuckett; his It probably wasn�t important anywayVera Brown, aged 97. Winnipeg and niece Sylvia Bildfell ofMonday, January 26, grandchildren, Richard and Debbie Brookler, And I would much rather listen to youWidow of Henry George Brown. Loving Vancouver.2004, Choy Sik Choi, our Jill and Alejandro Knopoff, Brent and Meghan If I tell a story one more timemother of Merle (June); devoted grandmother of Lillian was born at home on Langside Street inwonderful mother, Brookler, Nicole and Avi Pollock and Cara And you know the endingLinda (Doug Proud), Louise (Brian Schwenker) Winnipeg and attended Isbister and Hugh Johngrandmother, great-Shuckett; his great-grandchildren, Adara, through and throughand Bruce (Monique). Proud great-grandmother MacDonald Schools. She worked for thegrandmother, passed Zachary and Gabriella Brookler, Morgana and Please remember your first nursery rhymeof Diane, Jennifer, Owen, Andrew, Megan and Canadian Wheat Board for many years. In 1968away at the age of 90 Dustin Knopoff and Lev Pollock. He is also When I rehearsed it aJacob. she moved to Edmonton to be near her daughteryears. survived by his brothers and sisters, Fritzie and hundred times with youPredeceased by daughter Margaret and son and grandchildren. In Edmonton, she worked forMrs. Sik Choi was When my legs are tired and it�s hard toGene Telpner, Esther and Manuel Lecker,Cecil. D�Allairds until retirement.predeceased by her standMorley and Sally Shuckett; sister-in-law BertA memorial service to be held in Ottawa, ON Lillian was predeceased by her first husbanddear husband, Choy Yip Or walk the steady pace, I would like to doShuckett; and brother-in-law Jack a later date. George Graham More in 1944; her secondChick in 2001. Please take me carefully by my handBen was born on November 23, 1905 inIn lieu of flowers, memoriam donations to the husband Edgar W. Jones in 1963; her infantShe will be lovingly And guide me now as I did for you.Pokotilov, Russia to Jacob and Rachel of one�s choice. Kelly Funeral Homes, daughter Verona in 1941; her father Samuelremembered by her daughters, Wai Fong (Tai His family came to Canada in 1912. His life in(613) 235-6712 Gilbey in 1938; her mother Ellen Matilda GilbeyYeung), Oi Fong (Wai Sum), Pui Fong (Patrick), Gilbart Funeral Home in care ofCanada started in Winnipeg and after living in(nee Perkins) in 1942; her sisters, Gertrude inYew Fong (William), Suet Fong (Michael); sonLILLIAN arrangements.Fork River, MB for several years he returned to1928 and Isobel in 2001; her brothers, Roy inChot Kwong (Claudia); 13 grandchildren andELCHITZ Winnipeg in 1921. Ben attended the University1976, Ernest in 1978, William in 1990 andfive great-grandchildren. She will be dearly of Manitoba and received his BA in 1928. He JAMES HERBERT LOUDFOOTKenneth in 1991.missed by many relatives and close friends bothFuneral services for Lillian Elchitz will be graduated from the Faculty of Law in 1931 and Peacefully, on Monday, January 26, 2004 atLillian was a member of St. Matthewsat home and abroad.held at 12 Noon on Thursday, January 29 at continued to practice law well into his 90s. the Misericordia Health Centre, James HerbertAnglican Church, Winnipeg and St. Faith�sMom will always be remembered as a lovingCongregation Etz Chayim, 123 Matheson Ave. Ben lived a wonderful blessed life. He Loudfoot passed away at the age of 87 years.Church, Edmonton. She served in all positions ofmother who spent countless hours cooking and travelled the world with Dorothy and returned Herbert was predeceased by his beloved wifeThe Unity Rebekah Lodge.caring for each family member. She was always home with stories and objects which he delight�of 47 years, Raymonde (nee Wyndels) in 2001.Heartfelt thanks to the staff at South Terracethere to lend a helping hand or watch over the ed in sharing. He always loved a party; nothing He is survived by his son Robert (Valarie).Continuing Care Centre for their excellent careBEVERLY FLEISHER grandchildren. gave him more joy than to dance at his Herbert was a devoted and loving husbandand loving attention to Lillian.Wife of Doctor Sidney Fleisher passed away During her golden years she enjoyed grandchildren's weddings. Ben's recent pleasure and father who always put family first. He willFuneral service will be held on Saturday,suddenly on Tuesday, January 27, 2004. travelling all over Canada, USA, and Asia was the arrival of his six great-grandchildren. be greatly missed by all who knew him.January 31 at 10:00 a.m. at Chapel Lawn FuneralFuneral will be held at Congregation Etz visiting relatives and friends. He was a man whose mind was filled with Born in Battlefield Gardens, Glasgow,Chayim, 123 Matheson Avenue on Friday, Home, 4000 Portage Ave. Interment andThe family wishes to express their endless curiosity; always forward-looking even Scotland in 1916, Herbert obtained his BScJanuary 30 at 11:00 a.m. reception to follow.appreciation to the palliative care and homecare until the last days of his life. His passing leaves (Honours) from the University of Glasgow inIn lieu of flowers, donations may be made tostaff of the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority a huge void in our lives but he will always be 1939.Longer obituary to follow. the CNIB, 1080 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, MBfor their constant care and support during her remembered with love. In 1947 he immigrated to Canada to take aR3G 3M3.illness. Ben was a committed Jew, a lifelong Zionist, position as a Lecturer with the University ofMARY MALKA A service to celebrate Mrs. Sik Choi�s life will and a supporter of the Hebrew University andArrangements entrusted to: Manitoba, Chemistry Department, where he also(nee CETKOVSKI) take place on Friday, January 30, 2004 at 2:00 Ben Gurion University in Israel. He was activeCHAPEL LAWN FUNERAL HOME obtained his PhD in Chemistry in 1956. HerbertMary Malka (nee Cetkovski) born in Ivancze p.m. in the Garry Memorial Funeral Home, 1291 in many organizations in the Winnipeg JewishCEMETERY AND CREMATORIUM retired as a Chemistry Professor after 35 yearsNowe, Poland on June 25th, 1912, passed away in McGillivray Blvd. community. He was a founder of the Jewish885-9715 with the University.Vancouver, BC on January 22, 2004. Child and Family Service, the Jewish FoundationYour work is done, rest in peace, "Mom". A special thanks to the staff and volunteers ofMary resided in Winnipeg and moved to WALTER J. MACKAY of Manitoba and was a past president of the Rosh the Misericordia Health Centre, as well asParksville, BC in 1990 to enjoy retirement. After a brief battle with cancer on Tuesday,GARRY MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, Pina Synagogue. Herbert�s home care and nursing staff, for allShe is survived by her loving family, son Joe January 27, 2004 at Riverview Health Centre,Cemetery & Cremation Centre We would like to thank all the wonderful the kindness and support shown to the entirePeshko, daughter-in-law Bev and two Walter MacKay was called home to be with his1291 McGillivray Blvd -off Pembina Hwy people who helped to make his last years more family.grandchildren, Michael and Jodi-Lee. Heavenly Father, beloved father of Laura Tait925-1120 comfortable, Esther Stulwark, Lynn Fineman, A Service of Thanksgiving will take place onPredeceased by her husband Andrew and her (Glen) and Colin.ROY ALFRED PEABODY his caregivers, from Medox, his new friends and Thursday, January 29 at 1:30 p.m. in the Holybrothers, Carl, Jim and Joe and her sister Ann. Funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m.With heavy hearts, we announce Roy�s pass�staff at the Portsmouth and special friend Sarah Trinity Anglican Ch ch, 256 Smith St.Mary� hes will be placed beside her be Friday Janu 30 Korb Fu l Chapel   

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