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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - January 19, 2000, Winnipeg, Manitoba Winnipeg Free January 2000 C9 MARGARET McLEAN nee HALL on January 2000 at Concordia as she was known to her dearest and closest family and left us af ter a long and courageous Mamie was predeceased by her An drew and Lily Hall her John her Douglas her Robert and Andrew her William McTavish and her Christina Mamie is survived by her Marilyn Gene and her two dear John and Michael her Ann her sisterin Margaret McLean her devoted nephews and their Jamie John Gordon Cheryl and Bill and other family mem Also left to mourn are her many loving and caring Marnie grew up in Elmwood and attended Lord United University of Win nipeg and obtained her Masters in Social Word in returning to Winnipeg to the Adoptions Branch of the Provincial Government and then with the Federal Government at Deer Lodge Marnie was a warm and caring person with a wonderful sense of The friendships she made over the years in Victoria and Winnipeg were certainly cherished as she returned each winter to her friends in One of Mamies greatest joys was the family cottage at Victoria where she spent many summers enjoyed her flower gardens and birds and many walks with Mamie was a long time devoted member of Knox United Cremations has taken A Memorial Ser vice celebrating her wonderful life will be held on January at at Knox United 400 Edmonton with The Reverend Bruce Bailey and The Reverend Donald Wilson In lieu of contributions to Mamies memory may be made to the Canadian Cancer 193 Sherbrook R3C or to the Duval Foundation of Knox United Wheelchair access to the Church through the International Centre off the back Arrangements entrusted to Klassen Funeral SOUER ANTOINETTE NORMANDEAU Souer Antoinette Normandeau est retournee a la Maison du Pere le 18 Janvier 2000 a 1age de 92 Elle est nee le 12 juin 1907 a Manitoba de 1union de Napoleon Normandeau et Emilia Antoinette est entree au novitiat des Souers Crises a SaintBoniface le 5 aoflt et elle prononce ses voeux temporaires le 15 f6vri er Trois ans plus tard elle sengage par des voeux perpetuels a la Maison mere a Des sa soeur Normandeau entre prend sa carriere carriere quelle a aimee et ou elle a connu le succes pendant qua rante Elle enseigne a Saint La Broquerie et tous au ainsi que et Fort En soeur Antoinette exerce son ministere aupres des malades et des personne Agees au Foyer Saint Boniface et au Centre Les caracteistiques saillantes de soeur Nor mandeau 6taient sa grande son amour vrai des pauvres et des Sieves qui eprouvent des dapprentissage et son grand respect pour les autrues et surtout des personnes en au Sa patience ne connaissait pas de Et elle se distingue comme femme de priere et de fidelite a ses engagements Quelques annSes avant son depart elle gcrivait Dans cette carriere que fut ma jy ai trouve1 Joie et au service du Seig neur et des Que Dieu soit loue1 et remercieV Soeur Antoinette est altee rejoindre ses par deux freres Arsene et deux souers Rosa et deux bellessoeurs Albertine et Elle laisse dans le deuil un de nombreux cousins et Une calibration de la Parole aura lieu a 19h30 le 20 a la Maison provinciate des Soeurs Crises au rue La messe de la rection sera celebree a lOhOO au endroit le 21 par Iabb6 L6o La direction des funeailles de soeur Antoi nette Normandeau a confine au Salon Funeraire CASMIR PETER RODZINSKI It is with deep sorrow that we announce the sudden passing of Casmir Rodzinski on January He leaves to mourn and lovingly remember his wife of 51 Lillian Karen Hlady Connie Walterson Sandra Hemminger Don and his beloved Stacey and He is also survived by two Walter of Winnipeg and Stanley of He was predeceased by his par Paul and Mary Julia Frances Sophie and broth John and Casmir was born on July 1923 in Cooks He served overseas in the Second World Upon his he met and married Lillian Kenis in He worked for Simmons Plumbing and Heating for nine He then went to work for where he stayed until his retirement in Pallbearers will be Ron Douglas Mark Paul Ron Hnatiuk and Brian Honorary Pallbear ers will be Kevin Don Hemminger and Ken Prayers will be held on January 20 at at the Sobering Funeral Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated on January 21 at at the Sacred Heart Roman Catholic with Gacki Interment will follow in the Parish Sobering Funeral Chapel in care of Phone 12042683510 or Toll Free JEANIE MORGAN Beloved wife of the late Canon Ches passed away Thurs January at Deer Lodge with family at her Jeanie was born in Saskatchewan on July the second child of born to Annie and John She left Estevan to come to Winnipeg to enter the Salvation Army Training Jeanie devoted her early life in Service to the Lord in the Salvation Army She worked at Vancouver Grace Hospital for ten years as a The next 16 years were as an On September 1943 Jeanie married Ches Their life led them to many parts of the They were constant During their early life Jeanie and Ches served as partners in Ministry in many Parishes in ru ral and urban Manitoba until Ches appointment as Protestant Chaplain of Deer Lodge Jeanie returned to work in giving ten years to Walsh and Charles Imports and two years to the Manitoba Center for the Most Jeanie resided at The Welling 3161 Grant Jeanie was predeceased by her beloved Ches on July her parents and nine brothers and She is survived by sister Queenie Percy Simpson of Alberta sister Alice Haws of Ontario sisterinlaw Eve Bill Franchuk of British Columbia brother inlaw Alf Ivy Morgan of Indian Sas katchewan numerous nieces and nephews sev eral God children and a wealth of dearly loved We would like to express our thankfulness for those special folk who cared for Jeanie during her time at Deer Lodge Center on 2 East and 3 Special thanks to Glynda and Lenelle of 3 South for their compassion and care during the last In accordance with her cremation has taken Memorial service celebrating Jea nies life will be held January 19 at at Holy Trinity Anglican Don ald and Archbish op Walter Jones Jeanie had a very special way that warmed the hearts of everyone who knew The gra cious qualities that made her the person she was has left all with many beautiful She touched our lives with her guiding hand and May your own special memories comfort you now and through the days to In lieu of donations may be made to Deer Lodge Palliative 2109 Port age Manitoba R3J THOMSON FUNERAL CHAPELS 7837211 WILHELMINA BILLIE WARMAN MARTEL I nee ARMSTRONG Suddenly on January 2000 at the Grace General Billie passed away at the age 1 of 80 She is survived by her daughter Evelyn Gord Douglas of Van couver Donald Lucy Warman and Doug Warman all of Winnipeg five grandchil Steven Joan Douglas of John and Lisa Douglas of Kimberley and David Warman of Winnipeg two great Jamie and Scott Douglas of Cal Billie will also be missed by her two sis Jean Armstrong of Winnipeg and Marg Nicholson of Billie was a devoted wife and She was employed with the Vaughan Street Detention Centre for 20 At the time of contemplat ing Billie made the decision to re main in the work force and held a position at the Amant Centre where she remained until late A Memorial Service will be held on January 20 at the Desjardins Funeral 357 DesMeurons at Interment of cremated remains will be held at a later time at the Chapel Lawn Memorial In lieu of donations may be made to the Alzheimer Society of 120 Donald MB R3C A special thank you to George at the Grace Hospital for his care and concern also to the staff at the Lions The Desjardins Funeral Chapel in care of 2334949 or toll free SISTER ANTOINETTE NORMANDEAU After a lengthy illness on January Sister Antoinette at the age of returned to the Father at the Grey Nuns Provincial Antoinette was born in MB to Napo 16on Normandeau and Emilia Delorme on June She entered the Grey Nuns novitiate at the Provincial House in Boniface on August She made her temporary commitment on February Three years she conse crated herself totally to God by pronouncing her perpetual vows at the Mother House in Immediately following her Sister Normandeau was assigned to a career she enjoyed and at which she was very success ful for forty She taught in La Broquerie and all in and in Sas katchewan and Fort After Sister could be seen visiting and attending to the sick and the elderly at Foyer Boniface and TachiS Sisters her love of the poor and students with learning her respect for others and especially her superiors were her outstanding Her patience had no She was and remained a woman of prayer and fidelity to her lifes A few years before her passing she wrote In my teaching which was my I found Joy and Happiness at the service of God and May the Lord be blessed and Sister Antoinette was predeceased by her par two Arsene and Gerard two sis Rosa and Elizabeth two Albertine and She leaves to mourn one Hector and numerous nephews and A liturgy of the Word will be held on January 20 at at the Grey Nuns Provincial 151 Despins The funeral mass will be celebrated by Father L6o Couture at the same place on January 21 at Desjardins Funeral Chapel is in charge of WILLIAM BILL ROGODZINSKI after a courageous ten year battle with Bill passed away with his family by his on January 2000 at Grace Bill was born Sep tember 1936 in Mal He grew up on the farm and later worked for Kim berly Clark and Deer Lodge Bill was a very happy man who loved people and made many friends over the He never complained even though we could see him getting tired and he always had an encouraging word to those he loved and was tru ly an inspiration to all who knew He was predeceased by his first wife Lillian mother Pauline three infant siblings brotherinlaw Peter Kishka and sisterinlaw Marlene He will be greatly missed but lovingly remembered by his loving wife Margaret John Roger Reg Blair Doug Nancy John and Margarets Glenn Kelly Sandra Karen Bill was very proud of grandchil Jordan and Jeremy Jared and Shane Also Tony Kay Larry Rogodzinski Ann Elsie Tony Adeline Eddie Janqwer and numerous nephews and nieces and his best buddy Chloe his The family wishes to extend heartfelt thanks to Pat Harris and Grace Hospital Oncology El Health Sci ences Health Sciences Centre and all the wonderful nursing staff on Four Grace A special thanks to Ann Ledwich who Bill looked forward to seeing every Monday after noon for the past four Donations in his memory may be made to a charity of your Prayers will be said on January 19 at at Cropo Funeral 1442 Main at Luxton Funeral Service will be held on January 20 at also at Cropo Funeral Service will terminate at the Chapel with cremation to Honourary pallbearers will be Dick Jeff Wayne Bob Bill Hawley and George Cropo Funeral Chapel in care of arrange ments RALPH BOOMER WAZNY Suddenly on January Ralph Wazny of father and grandfather of Danny Vanessa Kelly Hailie and Kim Jamie passed away at Ralph was born April the first of 10 children born to John and Rose Wazny of He spent most of his life in that He had attended Queens Valley School in Vivian un til Grade He started working in the City for Consolidated became a li censed mechanic and then at construction out JD Construction where he became an ace diesel Northstar Construction and nu merous He enjoyed being work ing on and taking walks in the fields and especially with his little dog checking out the wildlife that may have been Boomer was known for his generosity and companionship at the Anola Village with never a refusal to help someone fix some or give advise on how to do He could take apart anything and had the smarts on how to put it back He lived a simple with no wants for luxuries or just some a warm place and something to eat and Ralph was predeceased by his mother Rose Feb brother Lome Feb and three other infant Dolores and The way he was and his actions will nev er be forgotten by his father his inlaws and nieces and Norman Gordon and Mark and Jessi Johnny Peggy and Pat Skipper Jordan and Diane Mozil Darrel and A Memorial Service will be held on January 21 at at the Sobering Funeral Park Beausejour with Owen Steeves Interment of the ashes will follow at a later If friends so memorial donations may be made in Ralphs memory to a charity of your Sobering Funeral Chapel Crematorium in care of Phone MB Toll Free 18777762220 or L JESSIE YANICK Jessie Yanick of Shoal Lake and formerly of Oakburn passed away on January at the Morley House of Shoal at the age of 98 Jessie was predeceased by her husband Stan ley in 1969 and Wilson in Remember ing her lovingly are Nick Elaine and Ron Louise and Ger trude Helen and Susan 17 grandchildren and 16 Jes sie is also remembered by her two Mary Borodie and Nel Funeral Mass will be celebrated on January at from the Holy Euchar ist Ukrainian Catholic with in terment to follow in the Parish A re ception will follow in the Oakburn Municipal Hall Prayers will be said from Raes Funeral Shoal Friday evening at George Malik will Flowers gratefully If friends so de donations may be made to Morley House Chapel Shoal Manitoba ROJ Raes Funeral Service of Shoal Lake are in of the y rever in our VICTORIA MATILDA REIMER nee PELTZ on Janu lary at the Grace it is Iwith deep sorrow that iwe the family announce the sudden passing of our dear mother and Vic toria Reimer at the age She will be forever Icherished and lovingly remembered by her husband of 53 years Bill Bill and Derek Kimberly and Christine numerous neph relatives and Victoria was prede ceased by her mother Nellie father Frank sister Adela motherinlaw Agatha fatherinlaw Pe ter numerous nephews and Mom was born in Winnipeg on October Mom moved with her mother to Poland at a young She returned to Winnipeg to attend King Edward and Isaac Newton Mom met her husband Bill during the war and they were married in and ever since they were inseparable and shared everything together in work and in Mom was a devoted mother and She was always think ing of her children and grandchildren Since Mom was 16 she was involved with Brownies and The family moved to To ronto in 1956 until 1969 where Mom continued her work with the Brownies and Mom worked her way up to a District Commissioner until her illness in She loved en organizing showers and Her greatest joy was spending time with her grandchildren and her Prayers will be officiated by Stan Jaw on January 19 at at Cropo Funeral 1442 Main Fu neral Service will be held on January 20 at also at Cropo with Henryk Laciak Interment will follow in Holy Ghost A reception will follow in the Cropo Rose The family wishes to extend heartfelt thanks for all the care and compassion given by the doc tors and staff in the emergency ward and on the 3rd floor of the Grace Many thanks to our family and friends for their love and support over the In lieu of donations may be made to the Canadian Diabetes 102310 Broadway Winnipeg R3C Cropo Funeral Chapel in care of arrange care of MONICA WILLSON nee BOTHWELL It is with deep sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Monica Willson on January 2000 at the age of 76 A longer obituary will appear in Friday and Saturdays newspaper Monicas family has entrusted her arrangements to the care of WOJCIKS FUNERAL CHAPEL AND CREMATORIUM 8974665 HALINA HELEN ROTH nee MALAWSKI June 1946 January 2000 It is with our deepest sorrow that we an nounce the passing of our beloved wife and Peacefully on January surrounded by her whole Halina had to leave us after a long and courageous battle with She will be lovingly remembered always and forever by her husband of 33 Walter her treasured James and Julie and her new but very loved daughterinlaw Susan her adoring Tadeusz and Aniela Malawski her cherished Richard Raymonde and Edward her longawaited for baby sis ter Teresa as well as her caring Tobie and Keverley and Michael and Halinas family was her whole life and there was never anything more important to her than her beloved Jamie and She was so proud of Julies scholastic endeavours in the field of Physiology and of their very special She also took great pride in her sons rising music She was thrilled to be able to see James and Susans wedding in early No promising and delivering a beautiful sunny Halina and Walter married on June 1966 and through the years exemplified to the people around them what a loving and respect ful marriage and are today even more in love with each other than when they said their Halina had a tremendous bond with her moth er and and spent a part of almost every day visiting with Whenever she was need ed by her brothers or nieces or she was right Whether it was to lend a hand or to just she had a unique way of letting them know they were very special to Before deciding to devote her time to raising her Halina worked for many years at the Winnipeg first in and then as a doctors assistant in various Her coworkers loved her dearly and said they would miss her effervescent personality once she Her most prized was raising her children which she did Auntie also had a very special relationship with her niece and Tobie and whom she baby sat during the day for Halinas free time was spent sew ing and working on a number of as she was very She also loved to play with her beloved Bailey and The family would like to thank nurses her an MARGARET THEODORA SIRANT nee Johnson On January Margaret Theo idora Sirant passed peacefully back to God at Riverview Health ICentre after a coura geous battle with Alzhei mer Margaret was surrounded by lov ing family and will be fondly remembered and deeply Margaret was born on June in Winni peg where she met and married her To gether Willie and her enjoyed many years of companionship and They travelled to Ha Scotland and She was a superb seamstress an avid bowler and she loved to She provided a loving home for her husband and Margaret loved her family and took pride in their She was a loving grandmother and She will now join her father as well as her mother who was called to God when Margaret was at the tender age of Margaret leaves a lifetime of special memo ries to be cherished by her husband Willie her son Michael her Pat Grafenauer her Jason and Cathleen Mark Luke Brett and Alex Sirant and her greatgrandson She will also be sadly missed by her brother Stan Johnson Eldora as well as many friends and A funeral service will be held on January 20 at at Chapel Lawn Funeral 4000 Portage Avenue with Father Mi chael Winn Interment will follow the service at Chapel Lawn Memorial we are forever thankful for your memo teaching and Well love you forever Well like you for always As long as were living Our mother youll The family wishes to express their heartfelt thanks to the staff of Riverview Health Centre for their dedicated care during her time of Bless Donations may be made to the Alzheimer Soci ety of 120 Donald R3C Arrangements entrusted to CHAPEL LAWN FUNERAL HOME CEMETERY AND CREMATORIUM 8859715 MARGARET VELMA STOKES It is with great sad Iness we announce the passing of Margaret Velma Stokes on Janu jary 2000 at River view Health Centre at the age of Left to cherish her memories are her loving husband John of 57 years Bryan Fran and daughter Chris Marilyn and granddaughter She will also be lovingly remembered by her brother Edward Wallace of North Velma Ruth and Brian Holl and several other nieces and Margaret was predeceased by her parents Jean and Hugh Wallace sister Betty Johnston and brother Desmond Margaret was born in Winnipeg June and grew up in the citys West She attended Daniel Mclntyre High School and so excelled at her studies that she skipped a few Mom and Dad lived and raised their sons in the Nor wood Mom was an active member of the Norwood United Church and She was also a 25 year member of the Winnipeg Philharmonic Margaret retired from Richardson Green shields in John and Margaret spent their retirement years together travelling around the world with good John and together with their built their cottage at Brereton Lake in Margaret so loved life at the She en joyed waterskiing until well into her sixties and was usually the first one in the lake in the Blueberry picking at Brereton was also one of Margarets favourite past The family wishes to thank the staff at River view Health Centre 2B Ward for taking such lov ing care of A memorial service will be held at Norwood United 160 Marys At January If friends so memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimers Society or a charity of ones THOMSON FUNERAL CHAPELS 7837211 MARGARET SMITH nee McCORMACK Passed away at the Moog and Friends Hospice House on January 2000 at after a ten month courageous battle with can Margaret was born November in New moving to the greater Winnipeg area with her family at an early After retir ing Margaret and Bill moved to Penticton in She is survived by her loving family husband Bill of Penticton son Craig and his wife Cathy of Richmond both of Winni Agnes Bill of Jennie of Toronto Edward and Jim both of Manitoba Spud Smith Fred Smith Lynn Smith all of Winnipeg many nieces and neph No service by Margarets Her ashes will be placed with her beloved Lance and McGuckin in a mountain As Margaret was a lover of donations may be made to the SPCA or the Canadian Can cer Society in lieu of Arrangements in care of EVERDEN RUST FUNERAL PAUL ZACK Surrounded by his Paul aged 80 beloved husband of passed away peacefully on January at the Seven Oaks Funeral arrangements Sobering Funeral Chapel and in care of toll I 18777762220 or gels Linda and and especially Colette for making an impossible situation Prayers will take place January 19 at at the Transcona Funeral 1800 Day Funeral service will be held at on January 20 at the Holy Family 778 Interment to follow at Transcona In lieu of if friends so memorial donations may be made to the Boniface Cancercare 409 Tache Winnipeg R2H Re Patient Care Cancer care Halina felt all the love and every prayer her family sent her over the We Love and Miss You so Much Mom Transcona Funeral Chapel in care of arrange MARTIN HENRY ALBERT SPREEN With his family at his following a coura geous battle with JMartin Spreen of Grand passed away on Janu ary 2000 at the Con Icordia at the age of Martin is survived by his loving wife of 59 years three Louise Joe Marlene Mike Margaret Lome and son Henry by his Stephen Kathy Michelle Selina Rhonda and Rob and by his great and Tyler who was the apple of his He is also survived by his Edna and Margaret his brotherinlaw Wally Flo Singbeil many nephews and cou and by special family friends Gerald and Shirley Brown as well as many step grandchil dren and step great Martin was predeceased by his Martin and Meta his brother Walter sister Adela Auntie Meta and Fred and special friend Baker Martin was born and raised at Jack Fish on August He served in the Royal Winnipeg Rifles Little Black Devils from 1940 until Following his return from Martin settled at Grand where he was a building contractor for many years prior to his Cremation has taken place and a memorial service will be held on January 21 at with Pastor Terry Throndson offiat at the Sobering Funeral Park A private family interment service will be held at Jack Fish Lake at a later The family extends heartfelt thanks for the care and compassion during this difficult to Jerry Bergen and 3rd floor staff at Con cordia to Corder and staff at Beau sejour and to doctors and staff of the Health Sciences Flowers declined with grateful If de donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer 193 Sherbrook R3C 2B7 A HEART OF GOLD A heart of gold stopped beating Working hands at God broke our hearts to prove to us He only takes the Leaves and flowers may The golden sun may set But the hearts that loved you dearly Are the ones that wont ELSIE NYSTROM On January at the Deer Lodge Elsie passed away at the age of 82 Predeceased by her Gustav and Amelia Nixdorf three Lydia and Mildred and by two Rudolf and She is survived by four Evelyn and Ethel and by two Ted and Elsie joined the Royal Canadian Airforce in 1943 and served our country until 1946 after which she worked for many years at the Eaton Company downtown We would like to extend a special thanks to the staff on 7E of the Deer Lodge Centre for the care and compassion they gave during her stay Funeral service will be held on Janu ary 21 at in the Thomson Funeral 669 Viewing will be one half hour prior to the THOMSON FUNERAL CHAPELS 7837211 SALLY SOPHIE WISEMAN nee SZAFRANSKI on Janu ary at Bethania Nursing Home at the age of Sally was the only child of Julia and Paul longtime business residents of North She was edu cated in North Winni Sally worked for years in the field of account ing with the Winnipeg Free Universal Printers and Brownstone She was a member of the Canadian Ukrainian Legion Branch 141 and belonged to the Ladies Auxil She also served on the executive of Kildo nan Horizons and was a very active member of their social Sally is survived by her Carol Smith and husband Richard of Sherwood Stanley Wiseman and wife Carol of Winni peg six Kevin and Jason Bonnie and Robert Goshko of Sherwood Shelly and Grant Wiseman of Win nipeg Kelsey and Paige Goshko of Sherwood who she cher ished and were the love of her life longtime Joyce and Steve along with their She was predeceased by her husband Stanley Wiseman in mother Julia in De cember 1963 and father Paul in A memorial service will be held Fri January at Kildonan 505 Mun roe with Fulford Hono rary pallbearers will be Steve Walter Su Kevin Jason Grant Wise man and Robert In lieu of donations may be made to Canadian Institute for the Blind CNIB of Win 1080 Portage R3J Our family would like to thank the staff of Misericordia Personal Care Cornish Five and the staff of Personal Care Home for all their care and kindness in looking after Remember me with a smile today For I do not want tears Reflect instead on memories Of all the good Recall in mind the way I spoke And all the things I said and did My my purpose and the way I walked Remember these instead And remember that I have always loved you Remember Till we meet again Love ya 18 Sobering Funeral Chapel in Phone MB Toll Free or VICHNAYA PAMYAT KOREAN FUNERAL CHAPEL 9562193 JLL ;