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Portage La Prairie Central Plains Herald Leader (Newspaper) - March 7, 2009, Portage La Prairie, ManitobaAccountant Southport is seeking a qualified individual for the position of accountant. Enrolment in a recognized accounting program and several years accounting experience required. As the successful applicant you will be responsible for preparing monthly reports administering accounts receivables and commercial contracts depositing and reconciling All Bank statements and financial processing and administration. Qualifications enrolment in a recognized accounting program several years accounting experience excellent communication skills both verbal and written effective problem solving and decision making skills excellent computer skills interested candidates should Forward their resumes to Southport aerospace Centre inc. Attn human resources Box 233 Southport my r0h 1n0 fax 204 428 6036 e mail or Southport. My. Ca closing Date for resumes is March 13, 2009. We thank All applicants for their interest however Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Southport exists to thrive As a Centre of excellence that provides opportunities in the aerospace commercial and education sectors. Obituaries Barry Jeffrey Roulette passed away at his residence in Sandy Bay first nation Manitoba on Friday february 27, 2009 at the age of 43 years. He leaves to mourn his passing his common Law wife Ashley Richard baby girl Norma Jean born february 4, 2009 children Felicia and grandson Lelande Brennon Mercedes Barry jr., Byron Tori Trina and Chloe Goddaughter Elissa Beaulieu and Thea Roulette Godson Theo Roulette and Jonson Richard Houle Sisters Sharon Audrey Rudy Jean Thomas Rhonda Earl and Deanna Silverman brother Wayne Barbara aunt Nellie Sutherland and numerous nephews nieces relatives and friends. He was predeceased by parents Solomon Roulette in 1991 and Pearl Roulette in 1992 brother Larry in infancy brother in Law Stewart Beaulieu grandparents George Sutherland Eliza Sutherland William Roulette Antoinette Roulette uncles Clarence Roulette Bert Sutherland Roderick Roulette Alfred Roulette Gabrielle Roulette and William Roulette aunts Betty Beaulieu Virginia Roulette Doris Sutherland and Sarah Prince. Wake began sunday March 1, 2009 at 7 00 p. M. In Sandy Bay first nation Community Complex. Funeral service was held tuesday March 3, 2009 at 2 00 p. M. In our lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church Sandy Bay first nation with father Roy George officiating. Interment followed in the Sandy Bay first nation cemetery. Pallbearers were Elvis Aaron Roulette Timothy Beaulieu Joseph Richard Jason Beaulieu Virgil Roulette and Cameron Racette. Honorary pallbearers were Troy Roulette Richard Roulette Delaney Roulette Curtis Beaulieu Silverman Roulette Jonathon Houle Thomas Richard jr., Frank Mcivor Wayne Beaulieu Darren Sutherland Earl Spence Thomas Richard sr., Rudy Beaulieu Joey Spence Jason Richard Curtis Roulette Clyde Beaulieu David Carl Beaulieu Walter Beaulieu jr., Rudy Dillon Beaulieu Dean Roulette As Well As All nephews nieces relatives and friends. Clarkes funeral Home Gladstone in care of arrangements. Wow. . Com Jack John Frederick Warburton 1914 2009 peacefully on thursday february 26, 2009 at Douglas Campbell Lodge Jack Warburton passed away at the age of 94. He was predeceased by his beloved wife Ivy parents Albert and Doris Brothers Edward Eric and Arthur and sister Nellie. He is lovingly remembered by his three sons Eric Pat and their children Laurie Larry Watts Suzanne Bill Norris Jeff Terry and Randy Leanne Bob Rae and their girls Dawn Mike Atwell and Kim Tom Linda and their boys Kevin Dana and David Stella and 26 great grandchildren. Jack is remembered by his brother Bert Sisters Evelyn Sorfleet and Marjorie Johnson Sisters in Law Mary Warburton and Jean Lefley and special Cousin John Essex. He will be fondly remembered by Many cousins nieces and nephews in England and in Canada. Jack was born in his farm Home Northeast of Stonewall Manitoba on August 11, 1914. His dad Bert started a Dray business in Stonewall and in 1919 they bought land in the Grasmere District Only to lose it in the big storms in 1921 22. They were reduced to finding land to rent in the Stonewall area. Jack married Ivy Lefley of Grosse Isle on March 27, 1940. A year later jacks family bought land in Poplar Point. Jack was very involved in Community events. He was a founding member of Marquette Coop Active promoter of Pool elevators served on executive of Manitoba federation of agricultural co operation Mac served As vice president of Mia during Syd ransoms tenure As president was a Delegate to Dairy Farmers of Canada and later was Western director of Dairy food service Bureau. Jack started a Square dance club in Poplar Point and was later a founder of the Assiniboine seniors club. Jack enjoyed Curling making Cro Kinole boards and Reading his Bible. He was a Fine Christian Man once a Lay Reader in the anglican Church. His witness to the life in Christ has touched Many people. Memorial service and Celebration of jacks life will be held at the Portage Alliance Church on saturday March 14, 2009 at 2 00 pm. With Rev. Gene Mckenzie officiating. Interment will be saturday August 1st at St. Anness cemetery in Poplar Point during the Warburton family reunion. Thank you to All the wonderful staff at Douglas Campbell Lodge these last five months. Jack spoke very highly of each of you. In lieu of Flowers donations May be sent to Douglas Campbell Lodge 150 9th Street s. E. Portage la Prairie my r1n 3t6 or to a Charity of ones Choice. A tree will be planted in memory and cared for by Mckenzie Portage funeral Chapel. Wow. . Com 857 4021 Joseph William Kohut peacefully on monday March 3, 2009, Joseph William Kohut passed away at the Portage general Hospital. He was born december 20, 1928 in Portage la Prairie of parents Anastasia Hryhorchuk and William Kohut. He is mourned by his wife Mary and 5 children David or Donna Taylor Kohut Christopher Sharon Kohut Stacey Wayne Loeppky Laura Kohut and Maggie Jack Cronk. He leaves 15 grandchildren Taylor Kohut Fiance Erin Max Kohut Alina Kohut tim Lara Kohut Jake Brandon Tara Rae Adrian Rae Kaylan Tara Rae Matt and Luke Loeppky Jared Hala Jeski Pam Jesse and Jordan Hala Jeski Jonah Cronk Amanda Naomi Cronk Julia Cronk deceased 1994. Also 5 great grandchildren Hanna and Kaitlin Kohut Conor Rae cadence and autumn Matthews Hala Jeski. Other survivors include members of the Cook Hryhorchuk family Gwozd family and Cussack Kuzyk family. Besides his parents and parents in Law William and Mary Gwozd and his grand daughter Julia he is predeceased by 4 half siblings John Mike Matt Hryhorchuk Cook and Mary Cussack Kuzyk. Joe attended Victoria school and pc from which he graduated. He then spent a couple of years in Chilliwack by at his sister Maryus where he worked in a Chicken farm assisted his brother in Law in the plumbing Industry and then took a business course. Upon returning to Portage he worked briefly As a construction Helper at the Mac followed by employment at Mcdonald Airport As a clerk typist. Although officially hired As a Painter until they heard he could Type. In March 1954 he became employed at the Mac As an accountant. He eventually Rose to the position of bursar presently equivalent to co of which he thoroughly enjoyed. After 34 years of service he retired in 1989. Joe enjoyed carpentry from his Early years. He was Only slightly hampered by not having full use of his right Arm which was the result of a difficult birth. Rumour has it he weighed some 15 lbs at birth which resulted in the dislocation of his right Arm which never healed correctly. Joe liked to brag to his grandchildren and his children How he built a shed at the age of 12 with lumber salvaged from the old House while the new one was being built. He was married in 1953 and built his Home the following year when his first son was born. This has remained the family Home to the present time. Joe liked fishing watching hockey and football on to and was an avid Reader of mysteries. Nobody could write like Agatha Christie. He enjoyed family gatherings and socializing with friends prior to the loss of his hearing. Over the last 10 years he has had physical difficulties off and on with periods of hospitalization and less mobility. He still enjoyed getting together with his children Over a Beer and discussing Bird watching the weather and anything happening in the news. Joe was a member of both Good Shepherd Parish and the ukrainian Catholic Church of Assumption. He was a Long time member of the knights of Columbus and enjoyed the camaraderie of his brother knights while he was still Active. He enjoyed Many family vacations while his children were Young As Well As the Many trips with his wife Mary while she Sang with Koshetz choir particularly Ukraine Central Europe and South America. He had an incredible memory for detail and enjoyed talking about All the places he had been. The family wishes to thank the very compassionate healthcare aids nurses and doctors who have been involved in his care throughout these years and especially in the most recent times. He enjoyed talking to everyone who cared for him Panachyda prayers led by Rev. Deacon Michael Strilec will take place on Friday March 6, 2009 at the ukrainian Catholic Church of Assumption at 7 00 pm. No wheelchair Access. Funeral Liturgy will be at Good Shepherd roman Catholic Church on saturday March 7, 2009 at 10 00 am with celebrant Rev. Father Michael Tkachuk. Burial to follow at Hillside cemetery. Flowers Are gratefully declined. Memorial donations May be directed to Good Shepherd building fund 114 countess ave., Portage la Prairie my r1n 0t2 or to Portage heritage save the up station committee301 3rd Street be Portage la Prairie my r1n 1p5 or to Portage Library b 40 Royal Road n., Portage la Prairie my r1n 1v1. Vich Naya Namiat a tree will be planted in memory and cared for by Mckenzie Portage funeral Chapel. Wow. . Com 857 4021 an Independent full service crop inputs retailer with locations throughout Central Manitoba is off ering a Challenge to a self motivated energetic person to join our team in Macgregor Manitoba. Munro farm supplies Ltd. Is off ering a Branch manager position to a person that combines an agronomic background with Strong interpersonal skills. The successful candidate will be responsible for All the aspects of the operation of a successful retail outlet including sales and support of crop inputs including seed fertilizer and crop Protection products while providing exceptional service to a growing customer base. Preference will be Given to applicants with a diploma or degree related to agribusiness or agronomy or like experience in the retail crop inputs business. Strong interpersonal skills and a Good work ethic would make you a leading candidate for this position. Designation As a professional agr Logist or certified crop advisor will be an asset Munro farm supplies Ltd. Off ers competitive compensation and benefits package As Well As Superior training and support. Please apply by resume by Friday March 13, 2009 Dale Mckay 3 932 Douglas Street Brandon Manitoba r7a 7b2 fax 204 727 8470 email Dale Mckay Shur Gro. Com thank you to All applicants for their interest however Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted. March 7, 2009 Central Plains Herald Leader 21
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