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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - April 4, 2015, Winnipeg, Manitoba WINNIPEG FREE PRESS, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2015 www. passages. winnipegfreepress. com A27 TEST passages. winnipegfreepress. com Today’s Obituary Notices ABRAHAM, Frank, ALARIE, Pauline BARON, Mervin John BEAN, Gary Howard BERNAS, Stan ( Stash) BEYER, Edward BOCH, Mary BOHM, Zoltan Leslie ( Les) BOUWMAN, Adrian ( Ed) BUENAVENTURA, Ligaya Custdio BUIKE, Ursula CALVEZ, Jeannine CARMAN ( nee MCKAGUE), Edith CHORNEY, Mers ( Myroslaw) COLLIE, Brian M. DARKE, Anne DEBEER, Johannes Joseph DELMONICO, Beth Doreen DESORCY, Henri L. DEVOS ( MUYS), Madeliene DICK, Earl Grant DIRIKIS, Velta DREWRY ( nee OLAFSON), Sally DUCHARME, Joseph Emile Armand ELIAS, Richard ( Dick) ENNS ( nee LIGGETT), Linda Carol EVASON, Phyllis FARRAR, Thomas Gregg FAST ( nee MARTENS), Maria Adelheid FRIESEN, Edward Glenn FURNICE, Sidney GARDNER ( nee BUSCH), Lilia Marjorie GILLEN, Dorothy Doreen GRISDALE, Gordon HAWKSWORTH ( nee SMITH), Helene Elizabeth HAYWARD ( nee THORGILSSON), Joan Sophia HERZOG, Stanley HIRT, Irene M. HNATCHUK, Mary HONKE, Bradley Garfield JACKSON ( nee MARSHALL), Beverley Ann JOHNSON, Gordon L. JOHNSON, Leroy Montgomery ( Hank) JONAS, Shirley JOSS ( nee SWEENEY), Maureen Anne KALER, Niranjan Kaur KIELBUSIEWICZ, Elzbieta KING, Joseph Tong KRAJNC, Justina KRAYNYK ( nee DALY), Gladys Lillian KLIEWER, Sandra Delores LETHBRIDGE, Dennis LIM, Salvador ( Buddy) Jr. LONDON , Kathleen ( Kay) MARION, Guy MCGOEY, Frederick William Joseph MCNEILLY, Marlene MINOR ( KEEN), Joan Evelyn MOLLER, Debbie Lyn MOLLER, Elsa MOSKI, Linda Ellen MUKOID, Maria MURPHY, Kathleen ( Kate) Claire O’BRIEN, Thomas William OLENICK ( nee BURKE), Constance Annabelle PARKES, James PERCY, Annie May POLLARD, George Bernard PORTH, Dale PUGLIESE, Philip Roy RANDELL, Robert Athol REIMER, Edgar Abram RHEAULT ( nee LEGAULT), Irene ROBERT, Marcel ROOTSAERT ( nee HAMERLINCK), Marcella SANDE, Terry William SCHROEDER, Dr. Garry Conrad SHEPHERD, Mavis Eileen SHIMONEK ( nee BITTNER), Hilda Mathilda SIEMENS, Theodor Allen SMITH, Alexandra Katherine SMITH, Ted Cameron SVEINSON ( nee HILL), Theresa Joyce SWEETNAM, Paul Andrew THIESSEN, John L. THOMPSON, June Vivian THOMSON, Peter Ian TOEWS, Cecile TWADDLE, Archibald Kerr WASYLYSHYN, Louise Rita WHEELER, Eileen WICKDAHL, Wilma Wyona WILKINSON, Catherine Ann WILSON, Ralph ( Alexander) Notices may not appear in alphabetical order. FRANK ABRAHAM Frank passed away peacefully on April 1, 2015 in Winnipeg, Manitoba at the Health Science Centre with his family by his side. He leaves behind his wife Anna of 43 years, his sister and brother in law along with their four children, spouses, and grandchildren in Winnipeg, as well as his three brothers and two sisters, nieces and nephews in Hungary. Frank was born on August 2, 1936 in Szepetnek, Hungary. Frank came to Canada in 1957 where during this time he met his sweetheart Anna and married her in 1972. He worked as a set- up man for Versatile for 32 years. He will be remembered for his caring, friendly personality, his love of gardening, wine making, and his passion for car trips with his loving wife Anna. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday, April 6 at 11: 00 a. m. at St. Anthony of Padua Hungarian Church, 365 Burnell St. with viewing prior at 10: 30 a. m. Interment to follow in Glen Eden Memorial Gardens. Frank will be greatly missed by family, friends, and the people whose hearts he touched. " God Bless and Keep You Safe" 204- 586- 8044 TEST TEST Ask the Funeral Director 204- 668- 3151 voyagefuneralhome. com Mike Vogiatzakis Q: What does a Traditional Burial cost at Voyage Funeral Home? A: Starting at $ 4500.00 + gst * includes casket* TRADITIONAL EARTH BURIAL • Bringing your loved one into our care from the place of death • Professional services; embalming, cosmetics and dressing • Selected Casket • A private family visitation prior to service • Use of our chapel for viewing/ visitation/ prayers and Funeral Service • A hearse, family limousine and lead car • Memorial Book & Memorial Cards • Use of our reception area including coffee, tea & juice • Preparation of all legal documentation • Administration Fees • Registering the death with Vital Statistics • Information Folder on handling the estate, Canada Pension, Survivor’s Pension and Children’s Benefit forms, enabling the executor to apply for benefits • Four Funeral Director’s Statements of Death • Application forms for the Manitoba Death Document & Medical Certificate of Death • Assistance with the preparation of an obituary PAULINE ALARIE “ God is able to do in you more than you are able to imagine.” Ephesians 3: 20 It is with deep sadness that the Alarie Family announces the passing of our beloved sister, Pauline, with Cecile and Harry by her side. Following a two year struggle with Acute Myeloid Leukemia, Pauline passed away in St. Hyacinthe, Quebec on December 16, 2014, at the age of 67 years. A funeral mass was held in St. Hyacinthe, on December 22, 2014. The eldest of six children, Pauline was born to Paul and Jeannette ( Chagnon) on December 14, 1947, in Pine Falls, Manitoba. In 1965 after graduating from Powerview Collegiate, she moved to Quebec to join the religious community of the Sisters of St. Joseph of St. Hyacinthe. During this 28 year vocation she graduated from the University of Manitoba and taught in schools in The Pas, Eriksdale, and Winnipeg. In 1990, Pauline followed up on her missioning dream by moving to Lesotho, Africa, where she taught English as a Second Language ( ESL) to adults. In 1993, she returned to Canada, left religious life, settled in Quebec and started her own business as an ESL teacher ( Bi- ComPlus). She offered translation and interpretation services in various parts of Canada, USA, Brazil and Lesotho. She saw this work as a means of building bridges between cultural groups - her way of creating a better world. Throughout her life, prayer and meditation played an important role in Pauline’s daily ritual. She was actively involved in a number of organizations in the school system, as well as locally and internationally, e. g. Development and Peace and environmental issues. Her interests included aqua- gym, watercolour art, sewing and crafts and outings with friends. In later life, she became an avid gardener and a passionate landscaper. During her cancer years, Pauline focused on gratitude for all that life had given her and on strengthening ties with family and friends. A woman of deep faith, courage and independence, Pauline will be sadly missed by all who knew her. She was predeceased by her mother, Jeannette ( Chagnon) in 2005 and her father, Paul in 2012. She leaves to mourn her passing five siblings: Cécile ( Harry Skene), Maurice ( Odile St. Pierre), Annette ( Ronald Chevrefils), Diane, Denise ( Ian Cyr), as well as nephews, nieces, great- nephews, great- niece, aunts, uncles, cousins and numerous friends in Manitoba, Quebec, Lesotho and Brazil. Pauline’s family would like to express their heartfelt gratitude to the compassionate staff of the Hotel- Dieu Palliative Care Unit in St. Hyacinthe, QC, where she spent the last two months of her life, to her many friends in Quebec, especially Lucie, Sylvie and Claudette for their friendship and support, and to all those who spent prayerful time with Pauline and her family during this difficult phase of her life. In keeping with her environmental concerns and her values as an educator Pauline made a “ final” major decision of donating her body to research. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 193 Sherbrook Street, Winnipeg, MB R3C 2B7. A memorial service will take place on Saturday, April 11, 2015 at 1: 00 p. m. at Notre- Dame- du- Laus Church, Powerview, MB. Father James Gray presiding. BRIAN M. COLLIE April 12, 1947 - April 1, 2015 Suddenly, with family present, Brian passed away peacefully the morning of Wednesday, April 1, 2015. Funeral arrangements are pending. Longer obituary to follow in Monday’s paper. TEST TEST MERVIN JOHN BARON 1937 - 2015 It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Mervin in Winnipeg, Manitoba on Wednesday, April 1, 2015 after a lengthy illness. Left to lovingly remember Mervin are his long- time companion, Audrey; sister Diane ( Norm); sons, Mike ( Debbie) and John ( Jana); as well as daughter Leora ( Tony). Mervin was born in Kamsack, Saskatchewan and graduated from St. Paul’s College in Winnipeg. He ran a family- owned successful steakhouse restaurant and hotel in Dauphin, Manitoba. After moving to Winnipeg he was Food and Beverage Manager at the Winnipeg Convention Centre and later was Banquet Manager for the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce. Mervin was a sincere and kind friend to many. He was a dedicated member of Knights of Columbus, achieving membership of the Fourth Degree. Funeral Mass will be Celebrated on Thursday, April 9, 2015 at 10: 30 a. m., in St. Paul the Apostle Roman Catholic Church, 2400 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, MB. The family wishes to extend its gratitude to the staff of Oakview Place for its excellent care and great compassion during Mervin’s final years. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Canadian Diabetes Association, 200 - 310 Broadway Ave., Winnipeg, MB, R3C 0S6. ( http:// www. diabetes. ca) Wojcik’s Funeral Chapel, 2157 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, MB in care of arrangements 204.897.4665. For those who wish to sign Wojcik’s online Guest Book please visit our website at www. wojciksfuneralchapel. com STAN ( STASH) BERNAS It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved father, papa, brother and uncle on March 27, 2015. Dad will be missed always by his three children, Angie, Lisa ( John) and Brent ( Charmaine); treasured grandsons, Griffin, Morgan, Sean and Emmett; along with his five brothers, three sisters and many nieces and nephews. He will be especially missed by his best friend and loyal dog Matowy. Stan loved the simple things in life, nothing made him happier than a warm day in his backyard reading a book or doing a puzzle surrounded by his grandsons. If he wasn't outside tinkering in his yard, he was inside cheering on the Jets or the Bombers. Stan spent 35 years teaching, which brought him pride and joy. He was loved by his students for his unique teaching style and quirky ways. Stan loved teaching so much that even after retirement he volunteered his time at several schools within his community. He also enjoyed his retirement by taking computer classes, doing Tai Chi, riding his bike and he was an active member of the Robertson- Mynarski Resident Association. “ Life will be a very great deal less weird without you.” “ Goodbye, Farewell and Amen” Following a private family service, an open house will take place at 1019 Bannerman on Saturday, April 25, between 2: 00 p. m. and 4: 00 p. m. All those whose lives have been touched by Stan are welcome to pay their final respects. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the St. Boniface Palliative Care Unit. EDWARD BEYER Ed passed away peacefully at Concordia Place Personal Care Home on April 2, 2015 at the age of 89 years. Ed is survived by his wife, Millie, children, Rudy ( Debbie), Marilyn ( Brian), and Elaine, grandchildren, David ( Alison), Steven ( Holly), Kevin, Christopher, and Justin ( Laura), greatgrandson, Kieran, all from Winnipeg, his sister, Erna, living in Junction City, Oregon, and many nieces and nephews. Ed was predeceased by his grandchildren, Andrea and Michael, his brother, Willie, and sisters, Trudy, Theresa, and Rosie. Ed was born and raised in River Hills, Manitoba, where he enjoyed his passion for farming and where he met Millie, his wife of 63 years. In 1955, the family moved to Winnipeg. In addition to farming, Ed enjoyed fishing, country and gospel music, playing the guitar, and keeping busy working on a variety of ventures. Ed worked hard to provide for his family and was employed at the C. N. R. for most of his career where he retired in 1988. He was a man of many talents and enjoyed helping his children with their projects. He had a knack of making people laugh with his witty sense of humour. He had a strong Christian faith, which gave him comfort as the end drew near. The family would like to recognize the dedicated staff at Concordia Place for the care he was given over the past three and one half years. The family will be celebrating Ed’s life at a private family memorial service with Pastor Jason Zinko officiating. Interment will follow at St. Paul Lutheran Church Cemetery in River Hills. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to a charity of your choice. URSULA BUIKE It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Ursula Buike, on April 1st, 2015 at St. Boniface Hospital at the age of 66. Funeral service will be held at Green Acres Funeral Home located on Hwy # 1 East at Navin Road on Saturday, April 11, 2015 at 10: 00 a. m. Longer obituary to follow Wednesday, April 8th, 2015 edition of the Winnipeg Free Press. GREEN ACRES Funeral Home and Cemetery ( 204) 222- 3241 Condolences may be sent to www. greenacresfuneralhome. com HILDA MATHILDA SHIMONEK ( nee BITTNER) Went home to her Lord and Saviour on Thursday, April 2, 2015. Funeral arrangements pending. A longer obituary to follow. TEST TEST GARY HOWARD BEAN Gary Howard Bean, 78, of Port Coquitlam, BC passed away peacefully on Wednesday, March 18, 2015. Gary was born June 3, 1936 in Winnipeg to parents Lionel and Freda Bean. Gary worked for the Canadian Pacific Railway for 39 years and married the love of his life, Violet ( Pacholek) Bean. Together they had a daughter and son. Gary’s commitment and hard work ethic allowed him to advance with the company and relocate to several provinces throughout Canada over the course of his career. His wife and children always by his side, it was quite an adventure! Gary was preceded in death by wife Violet, parents, and his stepfather, Nick Mudrosky. He is survived by his son Darrin of Port Coquitlam, daughter Sandra ( husband Terry) of Salem, Oregon, granddaughters Amanda and Telaney, sister Joan and brother- in- law Ron of Winnipeg, and nieces and nephews. Those who know him and those fortunate enough to meet him, witnessed a kind soul and true gentleman. A wonderful husband, loving father, brother, grandpa and uncle who will forever be missed. MARY BOCH Mom ( Baba) passed away peacefully on the morning of March 28, 2015, at Betel Home in Selkirk, at the age of 91 years. Mom was predeceased by her husband, Walter on July 22, 2004, her parents William and Matrona Stolar and brothers Philip, Alex, Joe, Peter and Ed. Left to cherish her memory are her three sons, David ( Audrey), Wayne ( Peggy), and Ralph ( Sharon); six grandchildren Darren ( Kristy), Kerri ( Brett), Lisa ( Rick), Jeff ( Nicole), Chantel ( Dustin) and Kyle ( Brittany); seven great- grandchildren Kamryn, Dawson, Ethan, Noah, Logan, Ryan and Tobin. She is also survived by one sister Lena; one brother John ( Ella) and sisters- in- law Rose, Polly, and Stella; in addition to numerous nephews and nieces. Mom was born on September 11, 1923 in Teulon but she lived the majority of her life in various parts of the municipality of St. Andrews. It was at a very young age while living on her parents farm in St. Andrews, that she developed a love for farming, gardening and animals. Mom first met dad, son of a farmer, in 1941 at a Christmas function and it didn’t take her long to realize that they were meant to be together because dad also loved farming and the rural life. The result was that they were married a short time later in 1942. What followed for the next 40 plus years was a life of farming and hard work on three different farms all in St. Andrews municipality. In the 1980s, dad and mom moved to their retirement home on George Street near St. Andrews Airport, site of their first farm. Mom spent the last year and a half of her life at Betel Home where she received excellent attention and care. Mom's happiest years were on the three farms. She was an outdoors person and loved the routines involved with farming, gardening and raising livestock. Mom was an excellent cook and nothing gave her greater satisfaction than preparing meals from our own vegetables and livestock. She always maintained that commercially prepared foods were tasteless and contained harmful chemicals. As a parent mom's advice to us was always simple and can best be summed up in nine words " Don't smoke, don't drink and get a good education." Mom's advice was mostly followed and she was very proud of us. She often referred to us as her three jewels. Mom was also very proud of her six grandchildren and seven great- grandchildren. On numerous occasions she showered each of them with kisses and hugs followed by a verbal reminder " Remember, baba loves you." We all love you, mom ( baba) and we will miss you immensely but we find comfort in knowing that you will be reunited with dad and other loved ones. A Funeral Mass celebrating mom’s life will be held on Tuesday, April 7, at 10: 30 a. m. in the Blessed Virgin Mary Church, in Rossdale, MB, on Donald Rd. Interment will follow in the Parish cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in memory of mom to the Blessed Virgin Mary Cemetery Maintenance Fund. Gilbart Funeral Home, Selkirk in care of arrangements. www. gilbartfuneralhome. com ZOLTAN LESLIE BOHM ( LES) Peacefully on March 26, 2015 Les passed away at the age of 62 years. Left to cherish his memory are the Sheeshka family; Adams family; good friend Billy Moran; co- workers; Bridge buddies; fishing friends and everyone else who knew him. Les had worked at TruServ Canada for 21 years and developed strong friendships with many co- workers. On many occasions after work, he would enjoy having a few drinks with friends at the local watering hole. Les always enjoyed the outdoors and kept active throughout his years. He enjoyed fastball, curling, hockey, darts, golf, annual fishing trips and spending time at the lake. If so desired, donations may be made to the Canadian Liver Foundation in Les’s Memory. In accordance with his wishes, cremation has taken place and no formal services will be held. Bardal Funeral Home and Crematorium 843 Sherbrook Street, 204- 774- 7474 Condolences: www. bardal. ca TEST TEST ADRIAN ( ED) BOUWMAN July 20, 1936 - March 30, 2015 Change of Location and Time of Service Peacefully, with family by his side, Ed passed away on March 30, 2015 at St. Boniface Hospital at the age of 78. Left to cherish his memory are his beloved wife Freda; children Jim ( Carol), Carolin, Sandra Sealey, and Bonnie ( who was like a daughter); grandchildren Chris ( Heather), Steven, Michael ( Courtney), Matthew, Miranda, Andrew ( Janelle), and Adrianna; sister Rita Hymans and children Malinda ( Allen) and Tanya ( Clint); great- grandchildren; and many friends. Ed was born in Naaldwyk, Holland and moved to Canada with his family in 1956. He met and married Freda in 1960. Employed as a welder initially, he then moved on to work at the Stony Mountain Institution until his retirement. After his retirement, Ed thoroughly enjoyed helping his son with his metal fabricating business. The pay wasn’t good, but it was “ the best time of his life”. Those who know Ed know about his passion for dirt track racing. Friday night racing in Grand Forks was a weekly adventure for more than 30 years that many friends and family members enjoyed with him. The only thing Ed loved more than racing was sharing it with all those that accompanied him. Ed will be remembered as an incredibly patient, kind, and generous man who always put the needs of others before his own. His faith and love for God will remain a steadfast example for those who knew and loved him. A celebration of Life will be held on Monday, April 6, 2015 at 3: 00 p. m. at The Church at Pine Ridge, off Garvin Road ( Hwy. 213), with Pastor Paul Clerc officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to CancerCare Manitoba. Family and friends may sign a Book of Condolence at www. glenlawn. ca Glen Lawn Funeral Home 204- 982- 7550 LIGAYA CUSTODIO BUENAVENTURA It is with sadness that the family of Ligaya Buenaventura announces her passing into eternal life on March 30, 2015. Ligaya was predeceased by her brothers, Dante and Macairog and parents, Zacarias and Victoria. She will be lovingly remembered by her daughter Loreli; sisters Mely, Meny, Perla and Aida ( Ramon and Michelle Aseneta); her brothers Gil ( Maryanne) and Rolly Del Rosario ( Maria, Nicole); her aunt Eleanor; sister- in- law Luz; niece Angel ( Sean, Raven and Haise); nephews Ricky, West and Noel ( Gabrielle) and cousins Cholo ( Ruby and Wendy), Pempoy ( Sean), Hati ( Nena, James, Zen, Mesia, Kent, Jun, and Isaac). Ligaya will also be missed by family and friends in the Philippines, Canada and around the world. Ligaya was born on August 2, 1938 in Manila, Philippines and grew up with a passion for the Tagalog language. After graduating magna cum laude, she taught at the University of the Philippines and authored several grammar texts which have been utilized in the Philippine educational curriculum. She created a Tagalog dictionary, translated into English the two seminal novels by Jose Rizal and included Tom Sawyer and Little Women among the literary classics she translated from English to Tagalog. Ligaya inspired a lifelong love for knowledge in the many students she mentored. In Winnipeg, she taught Pilipino at the University of Manitoba and was a beloved teacher at John M. King School and Magdaragat Philippines Inc. Ligaya’s commitment to her students continued even after class time ended. She learned dances and songs from different cultures which she shared with her students to give them a better understanding of one another. She established scholarships in the Philippines to assist students through their post- secondary education. Ligaya led the Mabuhay Serenaders through the sweet harmonies of traditional Philippine folk songs and contemporary popular music. She knew no bounds in her creativity. In retirement, she explored painting and different dance forms, remained active with the Philippine Heritage Council of Manitoba and continued to write. Many in Winnipeg’s Filipino community waited patiently for each installment of her stories in The Pilipino Express and The Filipino Journal. Ligaya had courage to pursue what interested her. Her faith was an anchor she relied on when she had doubts and fears. She always remembered her humble beginnings and treated people with respect and dignity. She loved good food, intellectual debates and laughter. But most of all, she loved the company of her family and friends. Ligaya’s family would like to thank Drs. Milambiling, Dr. Borys and Team and the 4th and 5th floor staff of Victoria General Hospital for their compassionate care and kindness. A special thank- you to her dearest friends and the daily homecare workers who brightened her days with much love, inspiration and support. Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated on Saturday, April 11 at St. Gianna’s Church ( Winnipeg), and will be presided by Rev. Fr. Darrin J. G. Gurr - ritual of remembrance begins at 9: 45 a. m. Family and friends may sign a Book of Condolence at www. glenlawn. ca Glen Lawn Funeral Home 204- 982- 7550 TEST WFP, 20150404,, 27, A, 1 - Requested Thu Apr 2 17: 29: 50 2015 - Job 397144174

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