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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - July 3, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba BRANDON O SUN BRANDON July 2002 B5 Call Monday to am to pm 5717400 Toll Free 18777862472 Fax 2047250976 For as low as Offer valid on all private party For Sale Call 5717400 for BUY 7 GET 7 DAYS ABSOLUTELY FREE ON THE NET If your word ad is in this its also on the Visit us at Obituaries 01 COLLINGWOOD The death of Marguerite widow of Rex oc curred at the Health Sciences Winnipeg on July Complete obituary information will Friends who wish may make a donation in memory of Marguerite to the Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation for Special Equip 150 McTavish Avenue R7A Arrangements are with Memories Chapel PrePlan ning POLWARTH It is with great sorrow that the family announce the passing of Lauree Polwarth at the Brandon Regional Health Centre on June 2002 at the age of 73 after a coura geous battle with Mom will be sadly missed by her hus of 47 daughters Colleen Stew Lewis of Minne dosa and their children Gillian and and Vonna John Swaenepoel of Regina and their children Frank Kelly and Also surviving are her sister Eleanor Glen Hen derson of brother Fred Hazel Stonehouse of sister Mary Lynn Bird of and numerous nieces and neph Mom was predeceased by her Fred and Mary Stonehouse of and son Mom received her teaching certificate at Winnipeg Normal School and taught two years at Lily south of be fore working as a cashier at the Royal Mom married Al on June 1955 and moved from Souris to the farm northwest of Souris in Mom was a mother and even truck driver on occa Mom was a modest person during her was in volved in Plum Creek Jam Souris Figure Skating Souris Glenwood Civic International Train ing in Souris Beautification Southwestern Quilters Horticulture Society of Souris and was one of the founders of the hobbycraft sale concept in Although moms passion was she became interested in enjoyed playing the piano more entertaining with the band at the Personal Care Victoria Park Lodge and Crescent Manor on her There would have to be something very important to come up in order for her to miss coffee with the gals or getting together with the birthday group where one never knew whose birthday would be A memorial service was held at Pauls United Church in Sou ris on June 2002 with John Oldenkamp Donation in Moms memory may be made to the Souris Beautification or a charity of your God saw you getting tired when a cure was not to So he closed His arms around you and Come to You didn t deserve what you went through and so He gave you Gods garden must be beautiful He only takes the So when we saw you sleeping so peaceful and free from We could not wish you back to suffer that WAKEFIELD The death of Wilfred Wakefield of occurred in Brandon on June The funeral serv ice will be held at the Brockie Donovan Wed July 2002 at dome Flook will offi Interment will follow in Rosewood Memorial In lieu off lowers donations in memory of may be made to the Sun Fund for Brandon 501 Rosser Manitoba R7A Messages of Condo lence may be placed Ar rangements are in care of Brock ie Obituaries 01 Obituaries 01 EDGERTON Evelyn Celia born January died June 2002 in the Brandon Regional Health Centre surrounded by her loving will be sadly missed by her son daughter soninlaw Brain grandson Darryl Perkin and Tanya grand son Scott and Meagan Evelyn was predeceased by her husband Cliff on July Evelyn was born Evelyn Celia Patterson in the Chesley district near Evelyn loved her neighbors and community life in the Botany district and then her new friends and life in White field and Breezelawn She was a 4H leader for 12 member of the Botany Friendship Club and Souris I Many people received a I gifts of Evelyns be it petit point I whatever she i made it was Evelyn i worked hard on the Bottany j farm with her husband of 45 j In 1980 they sold the farm I and moved north of Souris with Lyall where she watched with LyalFs beautiful Angus herd Evelyns greatest joy was her grandsons Darryl and Scott and later enjoyed the love of Tanya and Evelyn had moved to Victoria Park Lodge in Souris for two days i when she became She was looking forward to new and in teresting Funeral service was held June at the Souris United John Old enkamp Pallbearers were Dale Elaine j Doug David Bob and Barry j Interment followed at the Souris and Glenwood Donations in memo I ry may be made to the Arthritis Patterson Family Cem etery or charity of your STEWART Ernest Roy Stewart son of Roy and Elsie passed away peacefully at the Brandon Regional Health Centre on June Ernie was born on August 1933 in the Munici pality of He attended school in the Princess District until the fall of From 1943 until he at tended Waskada On No vember Ernie married Melba Loucks of Melita and lived on the farm 25226 until November 1962 when they moved to his parents farm on NW 8225 in the Municipality of where he resided un til his Ernie is survived by his wife and their son Ron Sandy of Waskada and their children Shane and Carly daughter Donna Ray Cochrane of Virden and their children Sara and Daniel son Murray friend Cindy Hrabchak of Calgary and children Kit and Haley from Coulter son Wayne i Tracy from Ernie was predeceased by his father Roy in 1980 and his mother Elsie in The funeral serv j Ice was held at Waskada United Manitoba on June with Mark Satter ly officiating and Donna Millar as Burial took place at Waskada Pallbearers in attendance were Bill Dickin Darcy Bob Rad Mel Scott and Dale The entire con gregation was considered hon ourary Donations may be given to the Heart and Stroke Fund or to the Waskada Cemetery GREAVES Flora Bell i died at the Boissevain Health Centre on July 2002 age Funeral service will be held on July at at Pauls United Interment in Boissevain Ceme Donations may be made to Pauls United Kil larney Boissevain Funeral Home in care of Obituaries 01 Obituaries OSTAPUK On June 2002 Pauline Ostapuk of Alberta passed away at the age of 74 She is survived by one daughter Teresa John Glover and one all of two Mary Beskowiney of Saskatchewan and Lena Swella of Mani and one Bill Ozir ney of as well as numerous neph relatives and Pauline was predeceased by her j husband Edward as well as her Sadie Funer al service was held June 2002 with Reverend Doug Carr Interment was at Michaels In lieu of other donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of 10985124th Street Ed R5M 9Z9 or the Kidney Foundation of Cana 14121128A Ecl i T5L Ar i rangements were with Park Memorial Funeral Adminis trators and 01 Bingos SEYFERTH After a short bat tle with Bernd Bernie beloved husband of i passed away at the Bran don Regional Health Centre on July A com i mittal service will be held at the i Brandon Cemetery on July 2002 at A me morial service will be held at Ricers United Church on July 2002 at with j Glenna Beauchamp offi In lieu of dona tions in memory of may i be made to the Manitoba Cancer Treatment and Research Foun 100 Olivia Winni R3E 9Z9 or Riv erdale Hospital Fundraising i Box ROK Complete obituary information to i Messages of condolence may be placed at j Ar rangements are in care of Brock ie DINELLE Rose Marion Dinclle passed away on Mon June 2002 at Brandon Regional Health Centre She was the wife of Art the daughter of Jack and Mary who predeceased She was also predeceased by her sister Blanche Popple and brother Gerald She I leaves to her husband Art son Rick Marlene of Winnipeg daughter Lynn James Juliak of Brandon four Kaili and Karla Juliak and David and Jennifer Bird brothers Gene Tootie Fitzpatrick and Frank Janet Fitzpatrick sister Sheila George all of Bran don and sister Theresa Baysa of New Jersey and numerous nieces and Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated at Augustines Roman Cath olic Church on June 20 with Father Kevin Smith as Interment followed at Rosewood Memorial The presented by sister inlaw Joan McDowell and 1 daughter Lynn aptly I expressed the respect and I appreciation her family had for Marion was born on January 1935 in Like everyone else at the she grew up helping out with house and farm She took her early grades in Harmony then onto then graduated with her grade 12 at Michaels Academy in She was a member of the Margaret ladies ball a team that dominated the league in the She be came a teacher and taught in three schools in her neighbor hood Lake Lome and Her career took her to Flin Flon where she taught two years during which she married Art and started her Dur ing the next 35 years in that she raised a Rick and a Intermittently Marion took on various She worked for a private insur ance company then on to now She worked as parish secretary at Anns a job she liked but had to leave due to Through out her stay in Flin Marion was a member of the the Manitoba Teachers and the teachers local bowling She proved herself an excellent bowler and won many During the latter part of her she was a willing and generous volunteer at the Flin Flon hospital and personal care After she moved to she resumed her vol unteer activities at Rideau Park Lodge until illness struck her She proved to be quite skillful at handicrafts and delved into ceramics and finally paper in which she made a picture for every member of both sides of the The Dinelle family would like to express their deep gratitude to Father Kevin Smith of Augustines Parish for his compassionate guidance and for conducting the we thank Brockie Donovan for their pro fessional the church choir for their well chosen and well executed the CWL for the beautiful the eulo gist Joan McDowell for her pre the Fitzpatrick family for their beautiful floral Nancy Aletha and Vanes sa Fawcett for their lovely song A Mothers Work is Never and all those who sent messages of donations to the Heart and Stroke and masses and FORSYTH Linda Diane Forsyth nee Peace fully at Health Sciences and on her own Linda Di ane Forsyth of Mani fought hard and lost her battle with cancer at the age of Linda is the beloved wife of 25 years and soul mate of Ken neth and loving mother of daughter Linda leaves to mourn her precious her Peter and Jca nette Chorney of Wpg her best friends and Susan Karl Brosch of Wpg and Judi Joel Fournier of Alberta brothersinlaw Glenn Val For syth and Robert Forsyth and Eva of Mb nieces and Gary and fiance Crys Hol ly and She was prede ceased by her Kent in February James Mararet nieces Katie and Hanna grandparents Leonard Zalutsky Wasyle na Chorney 1989 and Wasyl Chorney Linda was born i April 1951 at the Womens Pavilion in She at tended school in She enjoyed reading and excelled at writing poems some of which were published in the Winnipeg Free She enjoyed singing and participated with a Winni peg group called Sin Out Winni peg were Up With People was their theme She graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in She went on to work at Deer Lodge the Govern ment of Canada at Veterans Al fairs and most recently in the kitchen at the Pipestone Live stock Linda married Kenn in September They moved into their first home on Millcrcst and were blessed with a Kent in In they took the challenge of converting i their city lives to the country and purchased their farm in Pi Here the city girl thrived as she became the do mestic engineer of the She became very involved in the community and the farm became her In Tracy was born and their family was now Linda was gen caring She devoted her self on the well being on her family by giving ultimate time and Never conI she always looked for the good in a person or situation and this rubbed off on I Inpeo ple around Her home baked goodies and right to the magic mud and but terfly will always be rei One of Lindas per sonai mottos was it will never matter whether I have a new car in the driveway or the new liv ing room but what my kids and family will remember me doing with This is so true as she has left us with so many beautiful With all that Linda dealt with this past 6 she has shown age and strength that is above From Linda has enabled those surviving to j become that much stronger in our day to day lives and how we handle lifes Hildas un selfishness has shown to her family and as instead of dwelling on the pain she was en she prepared us to cele brate her life after she Thank you Linda The family would like to thank the staff on Sixth Moor Dialysis and GA4 at Health Sciences Centre and the Cancer Care A special thanks lo Marilyn Bruce who was there from the begin ning to the In the last few so much enjoyment came from time spent discussing family or events or just joking i around with the kind and com passionate You were like family to us and we will miss you Also to the staff at the Brandon Hospital for the short j while Linda had dialysis Special thanks to those who visited and sent cards and Eternal rest grant unto O Lord And let Ierpetunl light shine upon A memo rial service will be held on Wed ncsday July 2002 at Knysh Funeral 1020 Main Manitoba at A Funeral Service will he held on Friday July at the Pipestone Community at In ternment at the Pipestone Ceme tery with a luncheon to follow in the Community In lieu of donations can be made to CancerCare Manitoba or the Kidney Foundation of Cards of Thanks 20 PERKIN We would like to thank the nurses and doctors on 400 In Brandon for their won derful care and kind support to Special thanks to the Souris Health Centre staff and Moms favorite Doctor He al ways perked her Many thanks to all whom attended the sent meat trays and stop ped in lor a Thank you to the pall the Dexter and Ryan from Kowal chuks Funeral Home and the ladies who served A small community is a spe cial place to Darryl and Scott and STEWART The Family of Ernie Stewart of Waskada wish to thank the and staff of Brandon Regional Health Centre for the care and compas sion given to him while he was a patient in the Bingos 68 Brandon Friendship Centre BINQO THURSDAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOONS DUUK Oi N EARLY BIRD RiGutAR to Aniaifin Spoils Welcome Upstairs 836 Lome Royal Canadian Legion Branch 3 560 13th 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Brandons Coolest Party Line Dial 72Party Ads Jokes Stories More Tien local calls I adics R Fully automated Totally interactive DO YOU OR A FAMILY MEMBER have a problem with alcohol If call Alcoholics Anonymous at WANTED 29 people to get paid to lose All 18668749887 Are YOU making what your worth Interested Call Day Care Centres 95 lots of guidance and full and parttime spaces Family Daycare 97 MOTHER of two willini to babysit for the Kirkcaldy Call Skilled Help Wanted JoT WANTED Local and long haul truck driv er with Class 7280860 or CLASS 1 DRIVERS VM TRANSPORT is offering a great opportunity to throughout Excellent pay rate Sign up bonus and incentive 18002158141 or 8675436 fulltime permanent position exists in small Bran don firm with multi Must be computer literate and fully familiar and ex perienced with ACC PAC and computer ized Must be competent with month end and year end Send resume to Box Brandon 501 Rosser R7A CROCUS DENTAL CENTRE is seeking a team spirited Phase II Dental As sistant to work in our general Priority will be placed on people Please forward your professional re sume to 70818th R7A 5B5 or fax WILLING and able to work with large farm Class 1 general farm work and mechanical Year round employment for the right per Phone 7280860 or i ;