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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - June 30, 2004, Winnipeg, Manitoba MICHELE JUDITH EVA HORANSKI HERBERT BADER M. SHERMAN Today�s Obituary Notices FOSTER 1942 - 2004 (nee HARRISON) CLARK (nee TRUBYK) Suddenly, on June 25, It is with great sad-M. Sherman Clark,ANDERSON, Donald, 53. It is with deep sor�2004, at St. Boniface ness that we announce well respected ANDREJCZUK, Bohdan (Donny), 55, of Quathiaskirow that we announce Cove, BC. Hospital, surrounded the sudden passing our Grandview and area ATKINSON, Wilma, 79. the death of Michele,by his loved ones, Dad sister, mother and resident passed away BADER, Herbert. 51, on June 28, 2004 at passed away. He was grandmother Eva on Saturday evening, BOWMAN, Thelma Jean, 77, of FreshwaterRiverview Health Cen�predeceased by both Horanski on June 28,June 26, 2004 at the age Carbonear, NF. tre. parents. He leaves to 2004 at the Selkirk of 90 years. BROWNLEE, Georgina, 83. She will be sadlyCARSON, Patricia Jean, 79. celebrate his memory; General Hospital, at the Sherman was prede�missed by her husband CHAPKO, Olga, 85. son, Gary, two daugh�age of 84 years. ceased by his beloved CLARK, M. Sherman, 90, of Grandview. Brian; sons, Michaelters, Heather and She was predeceased wife Maisie HallDONNELLY, Millicent Elizabeth, 78. and Mathew; brother Sharon, grandson, Cole, by her husband George (Brown) on July 20,ENGLISH, Winnifred. Dennis Trubyk (Sandy); mother of his children, EWERT (nee STEGINUS), Irmgard, 66. in 1994; parents, Mark 1998. nieces, Breean andFINNEY, Glen William, 76. Barbara, sister and and Mary Harrison; Sherman was past Brittany; sisters, Carol Byskal and CherylFOSTER (nee TRUBYK), Michele Judith, 51. brother-in-law, Brunhild and Guenter Klein, brothers, Mike, Tom and Fred. Reeve and Councillor of the Rural MunicipalityGUENETTE, Gilles, 50. Hooke (Gary). nieces Michelle and Ingrid, along with many She leaves to mourn her son Brian (Michelle),of Grandview for a number of years. Sherman HONCHARENKO, Vasil. She was predeceased by her father Michaelfamily and friends. grandsons, Milan and Taryn; son Mark (Anita),HORANSKI, Eva, 84, of Selkirk. and Maisie operated an Illustration Farm Station Trubyk, "Grandma" McQueen and brother-in-lawISAAK, Jack, 83. Dad came to Canada from Germany as a grandsons, Aaron, Luke and Travis; brother Oziein conjunction with the Federal Department of Bill Byskal. KATE, Katherine Hilda, 93. young boy. For over 30 years Dad was a faithful (Betty); and sister Dora, as well as many nieces,Agriculture for over 17 years. The station was She was born in Fort William, ON and movedKOROPAS, Nellie. and hardworking employee of Safeway (Bread nephews and friends. utilized in testing different crop varieties under to Winnipeg in the late 50s and attended schoolsKOZIER, Lawrence (Larry), 68. Plant) for the past 30 years. He was a loving and Mother was born November 29, 1919 in Eastvarying conditions. His community involvementLePAGE, Courtney Drake, 43. in Elmwood. Upon graduation from St. John�scaring father, grandfather and friend. He will beMCINTYRE, Archie. Selkirk, MB and spent her early years growingand interests were varied � a past director of the Business School, she worked eight years atNAIRN, John, 75. sadly and dearly missed. A special thank-you to up on the family farm. Eva married her husbandUnited Grain Growers, a past member of the Federated Insurance. She then spent 10 years atNASH (nee COATES), Trudy Marie. Mike and Mary, Marce and Diane for their George in June of 1942 and worked together on Oddfellows Lodge, a school trustee, past mem�home looking after her "Three Favourite Boys". PARKER, George. friendship and compassion. Also thank-you to their own farm in Walkleyburg until retirementShe returned to the workforce in 1993 to workber of the Grandview Hospital Board and thePIPER, R. Harvey, 90. the wonderful staff of GH4 at Health SciencesPOITRAS, Raymond, 84, of Woodridge. for Zellers, Charleswood Centre for 11 and a half in 1978 where upon they moved into Selkirk. Dauphin Health Group, a member of the Centre and the Palliative Care Unit ofQUIRING, Helen (Wiebe), 50, of Elm Creek. years. She will be remembered as a loving, Some of Mother�s favourite times were spentProgressive Conservative Party, a past memberROEMICH, Christian, 84. St. Boniface Hospital. generous hardworking individual who put fami�gardening, baking, visiting with family andof the Grandview-Gilbert Plains Fair Board, aSANDERSON, Winnifred Beatrice, 97. In lieu of flowers, donations in Herbert�s ly and friends first. Many thanks to the doctors friends and enjoying a good game of cards with past member of the Civil Defense Group and theSINCLAIR, Hannah Maureen, 47. memory may be made to CancerCare and nursing staff at Riverview Health Centre the girls at the Selkirk Knights Centre. She had aGrandview-Gilbert Plains Weed Control Board, aSMITH, Mary Ellen. Manitoba. for their loving care to Michele and our fami-SPEAREY (nee PAGET), Donna, 49. quick wit and was never shy when it come tomember of the Gilbert Plains Golf and CountryTARDIFF, Daniel I. You are forever in our hearts and memories, ly. pitching in to help out whenever someone need-Club, a past member of the Grandview CurlingTIRSCHMAN, Trevor Bruce, 26. good-bye dad. Prayers will be said on Wednesday, June 30 at ed a hand. Club. WILSON, David James, 59. A graveside service will be held July 6, 2004, 7:00 p.m. at Thomson "In the Park" Funeral Mother dearly loved her five grandsons andBorn on November 22, 1913, to Marret Clark Home, 1291 McGillivray Blvd. Funeral servicesat 1:00 p.m. at Brookside Cemetery. Family asks especially enjoyed when they came to visit soNotices may not be in alphabetical order and Mary Jane Leitch (Tenbrooke) in the to be held at St. Mary�s Anglican Church, 3830friends to meet at the gate by 1:00 p.m. and that she could bake for them. The grandsonsMountain Gap District of Grandview. All his life Roblin Blvd., Winnipeg, MB on Friday, July 2 atfollow by precession to the grave site. Obituary notices can be found at: brought a special glow and purpose to her laterwas spent in Grandview and area with the 1:00 p.m., with the Venerable Gordon Dixon www.winnipegfreepress.com years - she loved to be with them. Mother we willexception of an earlier period when the ClarkArrangements entrusted to: presiding. all miss you. Family relocated to Mercedes, TX, U.S.A. Voyage Funeral Home DONALD ANDERSON In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Prayers will be held on Thursday, July 1 atSherman and Maisie were united in marriage1531 Pembina Hwy. the St. Amant Centre, 440 River Rd., Winnipeg, 7:30 p.m. in the Gilbart Funeral Chapel inon November 16, 1936 at St. Paul�s Anglican On Monday, June 28, 2004, Donald Anderson, 284-7500 MB R2M 9Z9. Selkirk. Funeral service will be held on Friday,Church in Dauphin, MB. Their union was blessedaged 53 years, passed away at his residence. GEORGINA BROWNLEE THOMSON "IN THE PARK" July 2 at 10:30 a.m. in the Knox Presbyterian Full obituary will follow. with two children. In 1996, they celebrated their 1921 - 2004 FUNERAL HOME AND CEMETERY Church in Selkirk with Rev. Matthew Brough Diamond Wedding Anniversary. Sherman andBARDAL FUNERAL HOME Peacefully, at Deer Lodge Centre on the 1291 McGillivray Blvd -925-1120 officiating. Cremation will follow and intermentMaisie farmed for close to 40 years in the Duck& CREMATORIUM morning of June 28, 2004, Georgina passed away will take place at a later date. Mountain District of Grandview. 843 Sherbrook Street, 774-7474 at the age of 83 years. GILLES Pallbearers will be Ken, David and DennisBesides his wife and parents, he was alsoBOHDAN (DONNY) ANDREJCZUK Prior to her retirement in 1986 Georgina was GUENETTE Harrison, Bruce Boyko, Fred Peters and Don predeceased by his son-in-law George A. Cox; a1948 - 2004 employed by Eatons for 41 years. She spent 1953 - 2004 Gowryluk.brother Melvin; a sister-in-law MarjorieIt is with great sorrow we announce the pass�many happy summers at Lac Lu, ON where she It is with deep sad-In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of EvaMcLean; five brothers-in-law, Bob Boughen,ing of a most beloved man. Bohdan Andrejczuk, loved to swim. She joined the Wrens during the ness that we announce may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation Glen McLean, Bert Topham, Woodrow Storeyoriginally from Winnipeg, passed away peace-Second World War and was still an active the sudden passing of of Manitoba.and Ron Hall. Sherman is survived by his daugh�fully at his home in Quathiaski Cove, BC, on member. Gilles on the morning ter Sheila B. Cox of Selkirk, MB and his son Thursday, June 24, 2004 at the young age of MotherMemorial service will be held in the Worship of June 27, 2004 Grant Clark of Calgary, AB; his grandson Greg55. You can only have one mother, Centre of Deer Lodge Centre, 2109 Portage Ave., He leaves to mourn (Denise) Cox of Winnipeg; his granddaughterDonny is survived by his wife Karen; son Loving, kind and true, Friday, July 2 at 1:30 p.m. his wife and best friend Pam (Brent) Wall of Clandeboye; two great-Maksym; mother Karoline; brother Myron; sis-No other friend in all the world In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Leona; his children, grandchildren, Brittany and Andrew Cox of Win�ter Irene and brother-in-law Mark. He will be Will be so true to you. Georgina�s honour to Deer Lodge Centre, Nikki, Bryce andnipeg; three sisters, Ada Boughen of Dauphin,greatly missed by his family in Canada and over-For all her love and kindness 2109 Portage Ave., Winnipeg, MB R3J 0L3. Chyanne; his fatherIda Storey of Grandview and Ena and her hus�seas and him any loyal and true friends. She asked nothing in return Leaving behind memories that death cannot David; brothers andband Sam Leskiw of Brandon; three sisters-in-Donny loved life. He enjoyed the outdoors, If all the world deserted us take away. sisters, Raymond law, Marie Clark and Thora Topham of Grand�hiking, gardening, camping, canoeing, sailing, To our Mother we could turn (Lorraine), Louise (Chuck Gentes), Madeleineview and Frances Hall of Kelowna, BC; as wellTHOMSONfishing and his love of travel, like his love for his For those of you who have a mother as numerous nieces, nephews and a large num�(Ken La France), Yvonne (Ben Kjartanson),Funeral Chapel - 669 Broadway - 783-7211 family, knew no bounds. He was such a happy-Treasure her with care, ber of cousins throughout North America. Richard (Lois), Michel (Angie), nephew Ren�go-lucky guy, had a smile for everyone, and the For you will never know her value PATRICIA JEAN CARSON An Anglican funeral service will be held on Granger (Abbie). greatest sense of humour. �Til you see that she�s not there. Peacefully at the Elisabeth Bruy�re hospital Friday, July 2 at 2:00 p.m. from the Grandview Gilles also leaves his in-laws, Jake and SophieHe will be remembered with fondness for his To hear her voice on the 22nd of June, 2004 at the age of 79 after a United Church. Rev. Paul Crossland and Rev. Dyck; sisters-in-law, Betty (Barry Stillwell),generosity, his funny stories, his love of people To see her smile long struggle with cancer. Ann Crossland will officiate and interment will Dianne (George Verschuere), and his many oth�and his zest for life. To sit and talk with her awhile Pat will be dearly missed by her loving follow in the Grandview Memorial Gardens. er nieces, nephews and friends. A graduate of the University of Manitoba (B. To be together in the same old way husband of 49 years, Glenn Carson. Cherished Friends who wish to pay their respects may do Gilles was predeceased by his infant son Ed.), Bohdan enjoyed a career in teaching. At the Would be our dearest wish today. by her three sons and their wives, James (Iya), so one hour prior to the service. age of 50, however, he took on the most Harley; his grandparents; his mother Th�r�se;Alan (Agatha) and David (Tara Graves); and sur�rewarding career of his life, fatherhood. He was his sister Pauline (Marc Granger) and his Gilbart Funeral Home, Selkirk in care ofSneath-Strilchuk Funeral Service have care vived by her sisters, Lucille Maukwe and Marya stay-at-home Dad with his son Maksym, whom nephew Daniel La France. arrangements. of the arrangements phone (204) 638-4110 MacMillan. Predeceased by her parents, Williamhe simply couldn�t stop talking or writing about. Funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on and Harriet Robertson; she will also be missedHis hilarious e-mails will always be treasured. Friday, July 2 at the First Mennonite Church, KATHERINE by many nieces, nephews and friends. HerHe was so proud of both his son and wife. GLEN WILLIAM FINNEY 922 Notre Dame Ave. Viewing will take place HILDA KATE strength, kindness and irrepressible smile wereHe was also proud of his Ukrainian heritage. Peacefully, on Sunday, June 27, 2004 Glen prior to the service at 10:30 a.m. Service will ter-Katherine Hilda Kate an inspiration to all who knew her. Donny loved the richness of it�s culture, William Finney passed away at the age of 76. minate at the church. (nee Griswold), late of A private interment will be held in Spring�tradition, history and art. One of his most He is survived by his wife Alice; sons, Ken In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Kelowna, BC passed field, NS. In memoriam donations may be madeenjoyable holidays was to his homeland, (Holly) of Kelowna BC, Gary (Tanis) of the Canadian Diabetes Association, P.O. Box away peacefully onto the Elisabeth Bruy�re Hospital or the Canadi-Ukraine. Winnipeg, Wayne (Angela) of Winnipeg; 12013 Station BRM B, Toronto, ON M7Y 2L3. Sunday, June 27, 2004 an Cancer Society. Bohdan was preceded in death by his father daughter Valerie (Wayne) of Winnipeg; and in her 93rd year. Hilarko Andrejczuk, and paternal and maternal The Desjardins Funeral Chapel in care ofgrandchildren, Teya and Colby, Tyler Colin andOLGA CHAPKO She was predeceased grandparents. arrangements 233-4949 or toll freeKayla, Heather, Richelle Talia and Lauryn, andOn Monday, June 28, 2004, Olga died at the by her first husband Prayers will be sung 7:00 p.m. Friday, July 2 at 1-888-233-4949. Relatives and friends are invitedShaylynn. He will be missed by Hank (Sandy)Concordia General Hospital at the age of 85 Worrell Slade in 1966. Korban Funeral Chapel, 907 Main St. Divine to sign the Book of Condolence atwith son Larry of Stoney Creek, ON. Glen is alsoyears. Left to cherish herLiturgy will be celebrated 10:00 a.m. Saturday, www.obituariestoday.com survived by his brother Dave; sisters, IsabellePrayers will be sung on Friday evening, July 2 memory are her July 3 at Sts. Vladimir & Olga Cathedral, 115 Tonn and Ruth Kirkland. Dad was predeceasedin the Immaculate Conception Ukrainian present husband JohnMcGregor St., with Rev. M. Kouts officiating. by his daughter Shelley; his parents, RichardCatholic Church, Cooks Creek, MB. Divine JACK ISAAK Kate and his family, son Interment to take place at All Saints Cemetery. and Mary-Ann; along with his brothers, RobertLiturgy will be celebrated on Saturday, July 3 On Monday, June 28, Donald Slade (Evelyn), grandchildren, Debraalso in the church. and John. 2004 Jack Isaak, be�"You will forever be the (Peter), Timothy (Lynne), Patricia, Donna (Jeff)Times to be confirmed in the longer obituary loved husband, fatherGlen was born in Grass River, MB on Wind Beneath Our Wings." and great-grandchildren, Laura and Emma Kent. notice which will appear in Friday�s newspaper and grandfather passed November 24. Glen spent most of his working She is also survived by her sisters, Ann Camp-VICHNAYA PAMYAT edition. away at the St. Boniface years in Thompson, MB where he worked bell of Halifax, Barbara (Murray) Floyd of Onta-Hospital at the age of underground and raised his family with Alice in KORBAN FUNERAL CHAPEL rio and numerous nieces and nephews. WOJCIK�S 83.the 1960s and 1970s. He loved country music,956-2193 Cremation to take place and a privateALL BELIEFS & FAITHS Jack leaves to mourn rural living, the prairies, the Rocky Mountains,WILMA ATKINSON memorial service will be held. Interment at aFUNERAL CHAPEL & CREMATORIUM his passing and treas�and the railroad across the West. 1925 - 2004 later date in the Chapel Lawn Memorial897 � 4665 ure his memory hisA funeral service will be held on Friday, JulyIt is with great sadness that we announce the Cemetery, Winnipeg, MB. wife of 54 years, Katie; 2 at 10:00 a.m. with viewing one half hour priorMILLICENT passing of Wilma Atkinson, aged 79 on Tuesday, The family wish to express its heartfelthis children, HenryELIZABETH at Chapel Lawn Funeral Home with an intermentJune 29, 2004 at the Concordia Hospital. thanks to the nursing staff at Cottonwoods Care(Linda), Louise, Paul DONNELLY and reception to follow. Wilma will be sadly missed and lovingly Facility. (Joan), Patricia andIt is with heavy In lieu of flowers donations in Glen's nameremembered by her son Terry (Rosella); Condolences may be sent to the family bySusan. He will also be forever remembered byhearts we announce the may be made to the Manitoba Heart and Strokedaughter Karen (Greg) Hygaard; grandchildren, visiting www.firstmemorialkelowna.com his grandchildren, Lee, Jason, Justin, Kendra,passing of our beloved Foundation, Suite 200, 6 Donald St., Winnipeg,Dylan and Kelsey Hygaard; sister Muriel Arrangements entrusted to First MemorialMorgan, Trevor, Andrew, Cara, Lindsey, Courtmother and grandmoth-MB R3L 0K6.Alexander; and many friends and relatives. Funeral Services, Kelowna, BC. (250) 762-2299. and Bobbie. Jack is also survived by his siblings,er on Sunday, June 27, Wilma was predeceased by her parents, Tina (Jake) Penner, John (Helen), Hank (Sue), NELLIE Arrangements entrusted to: 2004 at the Concordia Robert and Elizabeth Alexander. Lee (Ike) Penner, Gief (Martin) Fehr; and Katie�s KOROPAS CHAPEL LAWN FUNERAL HOME Hospital.Wilma was born in Vista, MB on February 4, siblings, Henry (Anne) Neufeld, Elsie (Peter) After a long andCREMATION AND RECEPTION CENTRE She was predeceased 1925. Wilma lived her life with great strength Suderman, Bruno (Freda) Neufeld, Olga courageous battle with 885-9715 by her beloved husband and dignity. One of Wilma�s greatest pleasures (Morris) Rychliwski as well as many nieces and cancer, Nellie passed W. Vern of 53 years; her was spending time with her family. Dylan and Family and friends are invited to sign the nephews who will have fond memories of their away on Monday, June parents, Henry andKelsey both benefited from Grandma�s Book of Condolence at www.chapellawn.mb.ca. Uncle Jack. 28, 2004, surrounded by Dorothy; her devoted nurturing ways in their earlier years. Wilma her loving family. Born in Russia in 1921, Jack came to CanadaCOURTNEY sister Audrey; and brother Stewart. She isenjoyed playing the piano and was a loyal She was predeceased with his parents at a young age where theyDRAKE LePAGE survived by her sons, Richard, Brian (Kres),follower of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. She by both parents. Nellie settled on a farm near Rivers, MB. Jack met hisLyle (Pat) and Paul-Sean; daughters, Marta (Jim) Suddenly on Monday, appreciated the support and well wishes from all leaves to celebrate her future wife Katie at a "Sangerfest" in Whitewaterand Deirdre; brother Patrick; and sisters-in-law, June 28, 2004, at the age her friends and relatives. memory, husband Joe; in 1949. They married on June 22, 1950 in theEvelyn (Alec) and Iris; as well as her special of 43, Court wasThe family wishes to express their sincerest sons, Randy (Sandy), Whitewater Church and settled on a farm untilgranddaughter Asha Elizabeth; and many nieces touched by his angels Gary, Jason appreciation to the staff at Kildonan Personal he entered Normal School in Winnipeg in 1951. and nephews. and taken home. (Cassandra); sister Ann; Care Home for their kindness and care of our Teaching became not only Dad�s job but a 33Born in Winnipeg, Millicent graduated from He leaves to cherish brother Bill; three grandchildren, Scott, Nicolemother over the past year and a half. year journey that saw him teach in Strasberg,Kelvin High School and worked at Transconti�his memory, wife Val, and Kaitlin; and numerous friends. Flowers are gratefully declined; if desired Purvis, Cartwright, Minto and Morden, where henental Air until her marriage to Vern. They son Shane and daughter Nellie was a loving mother and baba to herdonations may be made to the Canadian Diabetes taught 26 years until he retired in 1985. Dad�sraised six children together where Millicent was Mandy. Also his children and grandchildren. Birthdays werededication to education went beyond his class-Association, 102 - 310 Broadway Ave., Winnipeg, Queen Bee of her family. She enjoyed garden�parents, Joy (Wilf) always an important event at the house, as sheroom. He worked diligently as an active memberMB R3C 0S6. ing, reading current events, cooking, bike rid�enjoyed cooking family dinners. She loved toHarper of Edmonton, of the Western Teachers� Association, theFuneral services will be held on Friday, July 2 ing, Grand Beach, movies, ballet and debating is�volunteer at the church and served thereJohn (Shirley) LePage Manitoba Teachers� Society and, after his retire�at 1:00 p.m. at Thomson Funeral Chapel, sues. She was a big Blue Bomber fan and sports faithfully. Seldom did she complain about herof Sperling; sisters, ment, Retired Teachers� Association of669 Broadway. Interment to follow at Brookside pain and always managed a smile for every�fan in general. She was wonderful to her neigh-Debra (Dan) of Edmonton, Laurie (Rich) of Manitoba. Throughout all those years, Dad keptCemetery. one.bours and their children. Medicine Hat, and Pam (Neil) of Medicine Hat; his connection to his love of farming by working The family wishes to express their sincerestTHOMSON Millicent was extremely active in Vern�s brothers, Lance (Melodie) of Lethbridge, Cal, as a crop inspector for the Department of appreciation to Dr. J. Lezak and Dr. G.E. Ullyot,Funeral Chapels - 669 Broadway - 783-7211 career, Air Crew associations and Masonic Steven (Michelle), Ryan all of Winnipeg; also Agriculture every summer. After his retire�the wonderful nurses on the 5th floor at Seven Lodge. But most importantly she was involved ment, Dad spent many years perfecting his skillsisters, Robyn (David) of Whitehorse, YT,THELMA JEAN BOWMAN Oaks Hospital and the many friends who visitedwith her children and their lives. She kept as a craftsman and we will cherish the manyRonaye (Gregg) of Campbell River and Erin ofPassed peacefully away at the Carbonear with her. involved and loved her time with her family un�beautiful pieces of furniture that he lovinglySan Francisco. General Hospital on Monday, June 28, 2004, Prayers will be held on Thursday, July 1 attil her passing. She will be deeply missed. built for us.Thelma Jean Bowman of Freshwater, Carbo-Also his mother and father-in-law, Kermit and 7:00 p.m. at Cropo Funeral Chapel, 1442 Main St. We would like to thank the staff at Concordia Dad was deeply spiritual man who spent manynear, NF, aged 77 years. Eileen Olson of Elm Creek; brothers and sisters-Funeral service will be held on Friday, July 2 atHospital and Dr. Jerry Drexler for their care. years serving the Mennonite Church in everyLeaving to mourn, husband David, one in-law, Linda (Bob) Morden-MacDonald of 9:30 a.m. at the Ukrainian Orthodox Metropoli-A memorial service will be held at 1:00 p.m., community where they lived. He was also a verydaughter Kerry (Jack) Schafer, Red Deer AB; Winnipeg, Crystal (Don) Zacharias of Elm Creek tan Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, 1175 Main St. Friday, July 2 at Neil Bardal Inc., 984 Portage active community member, serving on thethree sons, John (Diane), Burnaby, BC, Warren, and Rob (Lisa) Olson of Carman. All his friends with Very Rev. Henry Lakusta officiating. Inter-Ave., Aubrey Street entrance. Board of Morden and District Museum and theFreshwater, Carbonear, NF and Robert (Bob at Mountain Industries in Notre Dame, special ment to follow in Glen Eden Memorial Gar-Memorial donations may be made to the Royal MSTW Planning Commission. His leadership Daley), Ottawa, ON; five grandchildren, Jamie, friends, Fred and Dorothy Axdal of Carman, dens. Winnipeg Ballet, 380 Graham Ave., Winnipeg, was evident on every committee and he will al-Matt, Daniel, Cameron and Mitchell; one brother Scott, Charlene and Jessica Cawler of Virden; In lieu of flowers, donations in Nellie�sMB R3C 4K2, or to a charity of your choice. ways be remembered for his strong sense ofJack (Pat) Nightingale, Lion�s Head, ON; one numerous nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles. memory may be made to the Holy Trinitycommitment to his family, his church, and hissister Mabel Smith, Burlington, ON; special Court was born in Calgary, moving to Manitoba Cathedral, 1175 Main St. NEIL BARDAL INC. community. friends, Eric and Dallas Parsons, Freshwater, in his early years. He worked various jobs949-2200 Nothing gave Dad more pride and pleasure CROPO FUNERAL CHAPEL Carbonear, NF; also a large number of other throughout his life, but his most cherished than spending time with his family He was very 586-8044 relatives and friends. WINNIFRED ENGLISH moments were being a dad. He loved life, had a involved in the activities of his children andResting at Noel�s Funeral Home, Water Street, It is with great sorrow that we announce the huge heart for individuals with "intellectual grandchildren, and was always eager to hear ourCarbonear, NF until 12 Noon Thursday, July 1. passing of Win English on Monday, June 28, 2004 MARY ELLEN SMITH disabilities" from which he made many friends. stories and offer his advice. He especially likedFuneral service to follow at 2:00 p.m. from the at her home. Mary Ellen Smith, born August 14, 1910 in It was during these times that love flowered to watch and talk baseball with his grandchil-United Church and Cemetery, Freshwater, A private family service will take place. Winnipeg, passed away peacefully in Gracethrough him, spreading happiness and smiles dren and to share their many accomplish-Carbonear, NF. A longer notice will follow in Saturday's throughout many faces. He cherished his General Hospital on June 27, 2004. She was thements. In lieu of flowers, as an expression of edition. parents and siblings, loving every moment he daughter of Thomas and Ida Waddington whoThe family would like to extend our deepestsympathy, donations in her memory may be could spend with them and being thankful for have predeceased her, as well as brothers,gratitude to the staff at St. Boniface Hospital forArrangements entrusted to: made to the Canadian Cancer Society. their love. Thomas, Keith and Robert. their kind and compassionate care at a veryCHAPEL LAWN FUNERAL HOME For any additional information please call A private family service will be held at the She is survived by her husband James; anddifficult time. CREMATION AND RECEPTION CENTRE Noel�s Funeral Home at 709-596-5750 or visit Carman Pentecostal Church. In lieu of flowers sisters-in-law, Lorna Waddington and ShirleyDonations in Jack�s memory can be made to885-9715 www.noelsfuneralhome.com to sign the donations would be greatly appreciated to Waddington. the Mennonite Central Committee. memorial guest book. JOHN NAIRN Mountain Industries in Notre Dame or Eden Cremation has taken place, and a familyFuneral service will be held on Friday, July 2ARCHIE MCINTYRE On Tuesday, June 29, 2004, John died at the Mental Health, in Winkler. graveside service will be held at Chapel Lawn on at 11:00 a.m. at the Morden Mennonite Church,
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