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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - June 29, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba BRANDON June 2002 BRANDON SUN Call Monday to am to pm 5717400 Toll Free Fax BUY 7 GET 7 DAYS ABSOLUTELY FREE r 5 ON THE NET If your word ad is in this its also on the Visit us at ObmMTM 01 ObttiMrtM 01 Obituaries 01 OMtuttMi 01 Dataflow 15 41 RICHARD Raymond Arthur born August in Williams British Co passed away June at the early age of He leaves behind his father Herb Richard and his mother Dona Bonner his broth ers Robert Rick and his sister In he leaves behind his Grandma Florence Grandma Edith StepGrandma Ursula Lowdon and many and He was predeceased by his Grandpa Au gustine Richard and his Grandpa George Raymond at tended school in Pierson and Deloraine and attended ACC in Brandon taking business cours He thoroughly enjoyed play ing minor hockey in Deloraine for the He was an altar server at Antoninus Church for many Raymond was very charismatic and touched many lives in and around Delor and His motto was always work hard play hard which was very evident in his strong work He worked for many farmers in the WestMan He started working for Farm Business last year and was a valuable member of their He was always smiling and laughing and his good naturedness will be missed by all who knew Prayers were held on June 25 at The funeral mass was held June 26 at at Antoninus Church in Manitoba with Father Gerald Interment in the Deloraine Catholic Arrange s ments entrusted to Smith Funer al In lieu of don ations to the charity of your BELL Grace Elaine Bell passed away at 88 at Birch Lodge Personal Care Manitoba on May 2002 after a lengthy Elaine was born at Kemnay on February She received her education at and She taught at Daly and Mayne country schools before her marriage to Perley Bell in After her children were she taught at Sidney and Perley and Elaine retired to Minnedosa until ill health forced moves to Brandon and finally to Elaine was predeceased by her parents Ambrose Pop and Margaret husband daughter Sherrill and sister Dilys She is survived by her son Evan grand children Garnet Carol Brenda Mel Colleen Norm Bootsman and great grandchildren Shaun and Cody and Billie Bootsman Also brother Gareth sis tersinlaw Vera Brown anc Marion Bob as well as many nieces and nephews Graveside service was held ai Rosewood Memorial Gardens near Manitoba on Sat June 2002 at with Reverend Larry Todc Campbells Funeral Home was in charge of arrange ROSE Lome Rose passed away peacefully on June 2002 at the TriLake Health Centre in Killarney with family by his Lome was born May 1920 in After school he farmed for a few enlisted in the army and served overseas Upon his return he bought and worked with the Coop in In 1954 he moved to Killarney to begin a 35year career with the Depart ment of Veterans Lome is survived by Maizie his wife of 55 years daughter Lorna of Brandon son Bill grandchildren Lindsay and Peter of Maple Brit ish Columbia son Ken granddaughters Elizabeth and Kathleen of Also sur viving are his brother Gordon sister sister Kay brotherinlaw Al and many nephews and nie He was predeceased by his parents and his sister Lomes life was a full Time spent with family and friends brought him great He was willing community worker and friend to all who knew He especially en oyed young people and was al ways pleased to chat with ie loved to golf and enjoyed mmensely winters spent in Never one to be he turned to nature tchings in his golden years and many people will have one if his pictures in their he funeral took place une 25 in Killarney United hurch with Beth Clark officiat If friends so dona ions in Lomes memory may be made to CancerCare 675 McDermot Winni R3E OV9 or a charity of your His enjoyable life has come to an end He died as he everyones He was always loving and kind What glorious memories he has left Treasure him God in your Garden of Rest For us in this he was one of the FLIGHT Ethan Isaac Fligh Welcomed 20 June Honored son of Captain Nathan and Barbara Flight Canadian Forces Base Shilo May your passage reveal the di vine purpose for which you were The funeral ceremony wa held at Memories Chapel 330 18th Street on Monday 24 June Pastor Mike Da vis interment was in the Childrens Brandor should fast Can I bring him back again I will go to but h will not return to me 2 Sa muel NJV UDELL It is with deep regret we announce the passing away of our Aunt Eva Udell on Fri June 2002 after a lengthy She was born a Speakman to a family of on November 1909 at Oak The family moved to Brandon shortly Her oldest was killed in action in Ethel was the next oldest and worked and looked after the young ones until she got married and took the 4 young ones to live with The rest of the family passed away gradually until fi was the only one She took a business course in April 1929 and went to work for AmesBaker for 3 at which time they closed up their For a she worked wherever she could find be tween Safeway Store and MacArthur Jack MacArthur offered her steady employment and she stayed with them for 14 Six months after retiring from Mac she noticed an ad in the Brandon Sun by the Federal of Ag She applied for the job and was lucky to get it and she stayed with them for 18 retiring in Eva is survived by sisterinlaw Mac Speakman and several nieces and nephews who loved her She was predeceased by her husband Wesley Laverne Fat on Janu ary Funeral service will be held at the Brockie Donovan Chapel on July 2002 at Inter ment will take place at the Bran don In lieu of flow it was Evas wish for dona tions to be made to a charity of Messages of condolence may he placed at Arrangements are in pare of Brockie WARREN The death of Wayne Kenneth Warren of occurred at the Brandon Regional Health Centre on June Wayne was born on September 1945 in British At the age of Wayne and his family moved to Ontario for a short stay of three In they moved to where Wayne grew He attended school in Killarney and upon completion of continued his education in com pleting a mechanics He worked in Elgin for a short time before beginning his career as a truck On October Wayne married Donalda McLarty in Wayne continued his career with em ployment at Pauls ShurGro and Wayne took great pride in his He was very proud of his accomplishment of accumu lating almost a million miles on one motor over a three year peri He had the piston from that truck engraved and hung on a plaque at In Wayne had to leave the work force due to poor On June he had a double lung transplant at Winnipeg Health Sciences After his sur Wayne began volunteering with the Brandon City Police in the Downtown Community Sta tion and with the Blue Hills De tachment of the RCMP in Bran Wayne was the proud re cipient of an international year of volunteers award for his work with the Wayne leaves to mourn his wife Donalda Catherine Jim Pat Warren and Samantha and He is also survived by his mother Doreen Warren Doug Lynda Leo Seewald and fami lies Marjorie McLarty Will ard Wanda Charles Marion Marvin Margaret McLarty sistersin Eileen McLarty and Lor raine There are many nie nephews and Wayne was predeceased by his father Kenneth Warren in April James McLarty and John The funeral service was held at Memories 330 18th Street Bran on June with Colin Grambo Interment took place at Holm field Friends who wish may make a donation memory of Wayne to the Mani toba Lung 8 940 Princess R7A OP6 or to the charity of ones Arrange ments were with Memories Chapel PrePlanning GRIFFITH It is with great sadness that we must announce the death of Ella Marjorie dear mother and grand Marjorie slipped peace fully away on June 2002 after a lengthy Marj was born on June on the farm north of Manito ba to Tom and Jessie the middle of three She grew up on the later mov ing into where she re ceived most of her Her final year of schooling was taken at Virden Marj married Roy Griffith on July 1950 and they moved to their farm north of Oak Mani where they resided until they moved into Oak Lake in Marj treasured her family and enjoying her time spent curling and golfing with Before her she loved meeting with friends at the coffee Marj inherited a passion for flowers from her faj ther and got great pleasure from j her She always en1 joyed watching watchj ing her grandchildren play hock ey and and traveling with her dear A longtime member of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Royal Canadian the Oak Lake Activity and the Oak Lake Golf Marj was also a sewing rector for the Oak Lake Agricul tural and will be sadly j missed in those Marjs courage and unwavering sense of humor during her ill ness were an inspiration to us Left to cherish her memory are son and daughterinlaw Dennis and Denise of Oak Lake daughter and soninlaw Diane and Peter Grindle of Calgary and grandchildren Tracy and Scott and Also left to mourn are sister and brotherinlaw Betty and Jim Olive of Oak Lake sisterinlaw Evelyn Skinner of Brandon sis terinlaw Pat Griffith of Winni peg and many aunts and Marj was predeceased by her mother and her husband and her brother The funeral was held at on une 2002 at the Oak Lake United Church with Pam Dean Active pallbearers were Larry Garnet Murray Kelly Kevin and Scott The entire con iregation was considered hono rary Interment was in the Oak Lake In lieu of a memorial don ation may be made to a charity of choice in Marjs Mes sages of condolence may be placed at Ar rangements are in care of Brock ie Your gift will support cardiovascular education and health Unit 18th Strwt MB R7ASB7 1888HSMNFO American Express Accredited Kathryn Johnston Congratulations Kate Bachelor of Human Ecology With Distinction Human Ecology Medal of Merit Academic Achievement and Personal Qualities Faculty of Human Ecology Medal Highest Standing Family Studies Love Mum Lars AnniwrMriw 42 Cards of Thanks 20 OONOHOE The death of John Blake beloved hus band of occurred sudden ly at The Manitoba on June Prayers will be said at Memories 330 18th Street on July 2002 at Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrat ed at Augustines Roman Catholic 3274th Street on July 2002 at Celebrant will be Leo Interment will follow in the Rosewood Memo rial Flowers are grate fully Donations in memory of Blake may be made to Muscular Dystrophy Associa Suite 117 383 Provencher R2H Complete obituary in formation will Arrange ments are with Memories Chap el PrePlanning 727 RUSSELL May IJOG June 2000 Although vie no longer hear your We still hear your words of support and Although we can no longer touch We feel you in everything we Always in our Susaune Shawua Stephenie DODOS In memory of our who deceased July 1980 and who died June Do not remember us with tears For we did not live our lives in sadness temember us with music Remember us with words ol encouragement and praise lor others Remember us with a Lovingly remembered by V JOANCHRUN We would like lo express our gratitude lo everyone for their gifts of flow ers and and donations to Andrews Thanks lo Margaret Mullin and John van Vliet for the beautiful To First Presbyterian Church for accommodating such a large host of people and supplying the music and to Andrews Church for the Thank you to Vern Schneider and staff at Memories We are grateful for all the support during this difficult Murray and AH WIGHTMAN Jack and Lois Cameron and family wish to extend their appreciation and thanks for the many acts of messages of and baking from friends and neighbors during the loss of a beloved mother and Also to those who sent donations in memory of Our special thanks to the wonderful staff at Fairview the Jim and choir of Georges Anglican and to Brockie Donovan for their help and WARREN The family of the late Wayne Warren would like to extend a special thank you to our family and friends for your kindness and assistance during this difficult Thank you to Colin Grambo for the lovely service and to Vern Schneider of Memories Chapel for caring for Your kindness will not be Jim and MCLENNAN Our sincere thanks to all for the flowers and personal support in the loss of our Special thanks to The The The Ladies Auxili ary Royal Canadian CP Pension and Our heartfelt thanks to you Maryellen and families ARTHUR Many thanks to all my for hosting and helping make my 95th birthday party so Thanks also to all who attend ed and sent cards and A very special thank you for your Loonle donations was donated to the Lung Association in memory of Ida Arthur Furwal 30 Happy Rttirtmcitt After 26 years with Canada Post ypur family Tost Let this be your invitation to a Come and Go Tea in honour of Laurie and Bernice Easts 60th Wedding It will be held on July 4lh from 24 In the Activity Room Fairview 1351Uth Brandon no ffifts or hut the pleasure of your PAM TOM FOSTER would like to thank family and friends who made our wedding day on June 2001 so special and Happy 4oth WeMing Anniversary Dave and Shirley Boychuk Love Dean and and Happy 25th Anniversary Sharon and Randy Davies duly Love Mom Darlene Barb brother Lloyd Eileen and BOYP Please accept this as your invitation to a social evening honoring Jack and Margaret Boyd on their 50th July 2002 in the Hainiota Community Centre at 8 Entertainment at 9 with a dance to Rather than cards or gifts a delation may by if you so desire to the Community Centre Shed Building KEN ANP WARY HAWKINS A Come and Go Tea will be held to celebrate their 60th Wedding Anniversary on July 2002 from in the Uons in Ken Robins No cards or gifts The Party Professionals Rental BVKN J UECttKiUlNG KINIALS Panning a rtttupiwn or opgu house We now have a complete line of cental We have everything you need lo make your evem Well even do the decorating for you Call ;