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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - March 14, 2015, Winnipeg, Manitoba WINNIPEG FREE PRESS, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 2015 www. passages. winnipegfreepress. com A33 TEST RICHARD ( DICK) ALVIN DOW It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our Dad, Dick Dow on December 19, 2014 at the age of 87, with his family by his side at Calvary Place. Dick is survived by his loving wife of 59 years, Fern, children Cindy ( Kevin), Kim ( Craig), Kelvin ( Janet), Debra ( Gilbert), and Shelley ( Henry). He is also survived by his grandchildren Sarah, Stacey ( Eric), Clinton, Terra ( David), Tamara ( Derrek), Zachary, Alexis, Nicole ( Paul), and many great grandchildren. Dick also leaves behind many sisters- in- law and brothers- in- law, nieces and nephews. He is predeceased by his parents Alexander and Lily, sisters Beth, Irene, Ollie, and Isabelle, son- in- law Jim and grandchildren A. J. and Alexandra. Dad was born on January 13, 1927 in Portage La Prairie, Manitoba. He married Mom, Fern Allan on October 26, 1955. They were blessed with 5 children between 1957 and 1965. Dad worked as a welder for Local 254 Plumbers & Pipe- fitters for most of his working life. He was involved in installing the power dams in Northern Manitoba and Ontario. Dad enjoyed fishing and hunting. As well he could always be found reading a good western or watching one on TV. He spent many enjoyable summers camping at Lynch's Point with his children and many family members. He would go fishing first thing in the morning and at night when everyone else was around the campfire he would be the first one off to bed. Fern and the family would like to thank Calvary Place staff for the wonderful care that they provided to Dad over the last 7 months. They made his move to the nursing home as comfortable as possible, and for this we are very grateful. A Memorial Service will be held March 21 at 1: 00 p. m. McClure United Church, 533 Greenwood Place, Winnipeg, MB, R3G 3M1. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Dad can be made to the Parkinson's Society of Manitoba, 7- 414 Westmount Drive, Winnipeg MB, R2J 1P2 or charity of your choice. DALLAS ( RAYMOND) DENBY November 19, 1943 - March 10, 2015 The family regrets to announce the passing of Dallas Denby at the age of 71 years. Dallas was born and raised in Winnipegosis, MB, in a family of fisherman. Early in his life Dallas joined the Canadian navy on a submarine crew and travelled to the UK. His life passion was looking through the windshield of his semitruck as he travelled across North America. He loved to be on the road and spent over 50 years of his life behind the big wheel. Dallas built his own trucking company and afterward had a successful long- term contract hauling steel across Canada. He met many fellow drivers and lifelong friends along the way. He loved to share stories and to have others join in his laughter. The love of Dallas’ life was his wife Joan ( Joanny) who passed away in 2004 and he never recovered from her loss. He leaves his daughters Cara ( Paul) Mazurik, Tammi Denby ( Grant McKercher); sons Travis ( Larissa) Denby, James ( Lisa) Denby; and his ten grandchildren Brendan, Cole, Payton, Austin, Ella, Julia, Phoebe, Reign, Oakley and Ava. He is also survived by his brother Harold ( Patricia). He was predeceased by his brothers Tiny ( Mary) and Howard; and sisters Phoebe ( Charlie) Hunt, Shirley ( Harry) Jackson, and Gail ( Dale). Dallas had a heart of gold and would give the shirt off of his back to anyone. He was a sensitive and generous soul and will be deeply missed by his family and friends. At Dallas’ request there will be no formal service, but please have a coffee at Sun Valley Restaurant in his honour, share a story and spread some laughter. A special thank you to Mike MacCoy and his loving family for going above and beyond to help us care for Dallas. Let us all hope we can have a friend like Mike to watch over us. Heartfelt thanks to the wonderful nurses and doctors at St. Boniface Palliative Care Unit, and to Dr. Hashmi and his family and staff for their care and attention. In lieu of flowers, follow Dallas’ example and be kind to others, offer endless loyalty and generosity to friends, and show your family allencompassing love. Wojcik’s Funeral Chapels & Crematorium, 2157 Portage Avenue 204.897.4665, is in care of arrangements. wojciksfuneralchapel. com JOHN ( JACK) LESLIE FONGER It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Jack on March 10, 2015, at the St. Norbert Personal Care Home at the age of 95 years. A private family burial service will take place at Thomson “ In The Park” Cemetery. A complete obituary will follow in the coming months, and will include details pertaining to a spring gathering to celebrate his life. THOMSON “ IN THE PARK” 204- 925- 1120 Condolences may be sent to www. thomsoninthepark. com TEST TEST STEPHEN KENNETH DOWHAN Born April 13, 1957 in Gimli, MB and died suddenly from a severe brain hemorrhage at Victoria General Hospital, Victoria, BC, November 10, 2014. Stephen was predeceased by his father Steve in 2007 and grandmother Josie Skwarok in 2012. He is survived by his mother Elsie of Parksville, BC, wife Sandie of Qualicum Beach, BC, sons Carver ( Krista Burt) and Cole of Red Deer, AB, sister Lynn Dutton ( Craig) of Qualicum Beach, BC, sister Debbie Dowhan of Parksville, BC, and sister Patty Johnson ( Alan Ursel) of Parksville, BC. Also survived by nieces Brandi ( Damien), Mila, Abbey, nephew William Dutton, niece Josie- Lynn, nephew Andrew Johnson ( Paige), and grand- niece Eva. Stephen ( Spook) grew up in Gimli until 1969, when the Dowhan family relocated to Rapid City, MB. He graduated from Elton Collegiate in 1975 and started work with Manitoba Hydro shortly thereafter. Stephen married Sandie in 1988. During his 40 years with Manitoba Hydro he lived and/ or worked in Brandon, Dorsey, Grand Rapids, Gillam, Shoal Lake, Selkirk and Stonewall. While working with Manitoba Hydro International in Saudi Arabia, Sandie and Spook moved to Qualicum Beach, BC to be close to his family. He was well known for his MacGyver lifestyle and can do attitude. His best known quote: “ how hard can it be”! He believed in community and served as Mayor in Gillam, volunteer fire fighter in Shoal Lake, fire works director and tech guy for Amazing Race in Rapid City to name a few. Stephen was the family trail blazer. He was the first to get involved with computers, satellite dishes, vitamins and electronics. His many passions included music, audio- visual media devices, hockey, triathalons, water skiing, swimming, skydiving and scuba diving. His favourite toy was his Harley motorcycle. His latest love was scuba diving and he had planned to start his own business. He was a gifted hockey player and coach as well as a soccer coach. The Blue Bombers lost a very loyal fan! His favourite hockey team was the one his sons were part of. Stephen was a kind, gentle man, a son, a brother, a husband, a father, an uncle, a friend and coach. He was a patient man, always willing to share his knowledge, his love, quick smile and laughter. Everyone had to see his newest gadget or toy because he always had the first and best! Spook made friends easily and anyone who knew him was his friend and a friend for life. The family invites everyone who knew Stephen to join us on June 13 in Rapid City for a celebration of his life. A graveside memorial will take place at 12: 00 noon, followed by a lunch from 1: 00 p. m. to 3: 00 p. m. at Rapid City Legion. Everyone is then invited for supper and a wake to say farewell to a remarkable, brilliant man. Please RSVP to Patty Johnson, 250- 927- 4497 ( patty. johnson@ outlook. com) PATRICIA ANNA ETSELL ( nee MALCOLM) Suddenly on Wednesday, March 4, 2015, at her residence in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Patricia Etsell, aged 87 years, passed away. Left to mourn Pat’s memory are her children, Sharon Etsell, Heather Regier ( Art), Kathy Stiles ( Damian), Cindy Etsell, ( William), Bill Etsell, Rick Etsell ( Lynn); grandchildren, Jewels Stiles ( Mike); Troy Stiles; Alyssa Etsell and Alexander Etsell as well as special nieces Patricia Woods and her daughter Katie Woods and nephew James Woods. She was predeceased by her husband Edward Etsell ( 2010); father Thomas Francis Malcolm ( 1950); mother Kathleen Lillian Stafford Malcolm ( 1992); sister Natalie Marguerite Malcom Woods ( 1998) and special aunt Mona Violet Stafford Cullen ( 2001). Pat was born at the old Grace Hospital in Winnipeg, Manitoba on July 31, 1927 and spent all her school years from Grade One to Grade Twelve at Linwood School in St. James. She made many life- long friends at Linwood School and stayed in touch with them over the years. Mom spent a lifetime participating in volunteer work and encouraging her children to do the same. Our Mother had a strong faith that carried her through many trials over the years and she always leaned on the everlasting arms of God. She prayed for her children, grandchildren and was a faithful prayer warrior. Our Mother was a great encouragement to many people with her ready smile and was always ready to greet new people that came to church. Her house and table were always open to people who had no other place to go, particularly at holiday occasions during the year. Pat spoke to everyone and many people have told us what a great lady we had for a mother. She was always ready to offer her knitting and needlework skills to charity work and was one of many knitters for Toy Mountain. On Saturday, March 21, 2015, Pat’s Funeral Service will be held at 11: 00 a. m. in Cross Church, 1787 Logan Avenue. In lieu of flowers, donations in Pat’s memory may be made to Manitoba Lung Association at 629 McDermot Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3A 1P6 or Cross Church Missions Outreach, Box 51066, RPO Tyndall Park, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R2X 3C6. Wojcik’s Funeral Chapels & Crematorium, 2157 Portage Avenue 204.897.4665, is in care of arrangements. wojciksfuneralchapel. com “ We say goodbye to our mother knowing that we will see her again” MARGARET KENDALL July 23, 1920 - March 5, 2015 Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on Wednesday, March 11, 2015 at 10: 30 a. m. in St. Vital Roman Catholic Church, 1629 Pembina Highway with Rev. Fr. Barry Schoonbaert, presiding. Interment followed in St. Vital Cemetery in the Roman Catholic Section, 236 River Road, Winnipeg, MB. Wojcik’s Funeral Chapel & Crematorium, 1020 Main Street, Winnipeg 204.586.8668 in care of arrangements. wojciksfuneralchapel. com TEST MICHAEL FRANK KLATT It is with profound sadness that the family announces the sudden passing of Michael Frank Klatt on March 10, 2015 at the age of 49 while training in Tucson, AZ. Full obituary with details of funeral arrangements to follow. TEST TEST TEST VIRGINIA JOAN FARDOE It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our wife, mother and grandmother, Virginia Joan Fardoe, on March 10, 2015. Virginia left this life very peacefully, to be with her Lord and Saviour knowing her family was by her side during her final days. She will be lovingly remembered, and memories will be cherished and honoured, by her loving husband Robert Fardoe; children Ted ( Joanne), Heather ( Dan), and Kenneth ( Marnie); and grandchildren Alanna, Graeme, Emily, Maris, Matthew and Carlie. Virginia was predeceased by her parents Fred and Freda Busch and her brothers Mark and Fred Jr. Virginia was born in Winnipeg on March 1, 1938. Mom married Dad in 1957 and they began their lives together. Virginia was a devoted, loving, wife, mother, and grandmother. Her family was everything to her. She was filled with tremendous joy and blessed all those who crossed her path. A celebration of Virginia’s life will take place on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 at 2: 00 p. m. at Thomson “ In the Park” Funeral Home, 1291 McGillivray Boulevard. The family expresses their sincere gratitude to Noelle Tayfel ( Mom’s caregiver and friend); the staff at the Health Science Centre, St. Boniface Hospital, The Shaftbury Retirement Home and the Palliative Care Unit 3 East at the Riverview Hospital. Flowers are gratefully declined. If friends and family so desire, donations may be made to The Kidney Foundation at 452 Dovercourt Drive, Winnipeg, MB, R3Y 1G4. The lord was our Mother’s shepherd. THOMSON “ IN THE PARK” 204- 925- 1120 Condolences may be sent to www. thomsoninthepark. com SHIRLEY LORRAINE FARGEY Born April 22, 1928 It is with heavy hearts we announce the passing of our beloved mother, grandmother and great- grandmother, Shirley Fargey, on Thursday, March 12, 2015, with her family at her side. Left to cherish Shirley’s memory are her children, Lorraine/ Lori ( Rick), Vance and Sandra/ Sandy ( Rob); her grandchildren, Samantha ( Kevin), Carissa ( Ryan), Megan ( Robert), Aaron and Justin; greatgrandchildren, Robert, Benjamin and Sadie; cousin Moira ( Herb) Nixon; nieces, Carol ( Rae) Campbell and Joyce ( Mike) Hanson- Peterson; nephew Tim ( Elizabeth) Fargey; as well as several great- nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her parents, Helena and Harold; brothers, Fraser ( Nell), Gordon ( Babe) and Jack ( Anne); and life- long friends, Marian Eggar ( nee Medland), Flora Stacey ( nee McDonald) and Ruth Frith ( nee McDonald). Mom was born in the Fargey Family home in La Riviere, Manitoba. She enjoyed her childhood and had many fond memories as the youngest child and only daughter. Mom commuted by train to Manitoba School for the Deaf, and when MSD was converted to a training facility at the time the Second World War broke out, Saskatoon School for the Deaf. She loved playing basketball and curling, and enjoyed watching many other sports over the years. After her father’s passing in 1955, Mom moved with her Mother to Winnipeg, Manitoba. They shared a home at 776 Garfield Street, creating many special memories together. Each time we drove by, Mom would remark about how much she loved the home she shared with her Mother. Mom was employed at the Nutty Club and later the Highway Services Building. Once Mom became a parent, her priority was building a loving home for her three children, and Mom dedicated many years of her life to providing for them in the best way possible under challenging circumstances. This devotion and compassion for her children, grandchildren and great- grandchildren is her legacy to each of us as her love was unconditional and without limit. This is what we all think of when we reflect on our life with our Mom. A Celebration of Mom’s Life will be held in Deaf Centre Manitoba, 285 Pembina Highway, Winnipeg, Manitoba, on Monday, March 16, 2015 at 11: 30 a. m. The family would like to thank Dr. Heather Frame, Christine Hayden and the wonderful staff of Extendicare Oakview Place for their compassionate care and friendship. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a charity of one’s choice. Wojcik’s Funeral Chapels & Crematorium, 2157 Portage Avenue 204.897.4665, is in care of arrangements. wojciksfuneralchapel. com ELAINE LINKLATER On Wednesday, March 11, 2015 at the Selkirk General Hospital, Elaine Linklater, aged 90 years of Selkirk, MB passed away. Full obituary to follow. Gilbart Funeral Home, Selkirk in care of arrangements. PHILOMENA MENARD January 3, 1925 – March 10, 2015 On March 10, 2015, Philomena passed peacefully at St. Norbert Personal Care Home at the age of 90 years. A special thanks to the staff at St. Norbert Personal Care Home. A longer obituary and interment notice to follow. Family and friends may sign a Book of Condolence at www. glenlawn. ca Glen Lawn Funeral Home 204- 982- 7550 TEST TEST JAMES FRANCIS FLYNN February 25, 2015 Sheltered in the embrace of those whom he treasured, his devoted family supporting and loving him, following ten days and ten nights of pain, hope, tears, laughter, reminiscences and music, Jim reluctantly left us. In October 2014, Jim was heartbroken by the loss of his beloved first born namesake grandson, Jared James Daoust. They have once again joined hands and together are charming the angels with their wit, grace and good nature while watching over our family. Cherishing the memory of their 59 years of marriage is his wife, Helene ( Schmidt) who never ceased to be grateful for the gift of Jim in her life. Jim will be forever loved by his only son, Terence ( Angela Meyer), his beloved only granddaughter, Erica, his heart’s delight greatgranddaughter, Brooke, and his only Flynn grandson, Kyle ( Brie), all of whom he was so proud. Terry followed in his father’s footsteps at the U of M, earning a Commerce degree, and brought to his own family life the many qualities he admired in his father. Jim is deeply loved by his only daughter, Leslie Anne ( Claude Lambert) and by his youngest grandson, Aaron Daoust, who brought him great joy. Leslie’s devotion to her father was endless and she provided him with daily gourmet delights when dietary restrictions were mandated. The addition of daughter- in- law Angela and son- in- law Claude to our family brought Jim happiness and new perspectives. Lexi, the Shih Tzu, added a previously unexperienced dimension to Jim’s life. He was comforted when Lexi ( Little Dog) was brought to the hospital for a final snuggle with her Grandpa. Jim will be sadly missed by his sister, Betty Anne ( Jim Gaynor), their children, Tom, Eileen ( Scott Nowicki) and their family. He is survived by his sister, Patricia ( Doug Roche) of Edmonton, her children Mary ( Randy Morin), Tom, Richard ( Roma), Kevin ( Diane) and their families. Jim was predeceased by his brother- in- law Syl McGoey in 1992. He is also remembered by his brothers and sisters- in- law, Leonard and Adeline Schmidt of Winnipeg, and Joe and Michele Schmidt of Toronto and their children, Stephen ( Donna Yau), Joanne ( Jeff Crews), Matthew ( Alice), Ryan ( Jeff Van Poucke), Kevin and their families. Jim was born in Winnipeg in 1930 to John Francis and Florence Flynn. He attended Laura Secord and St. Ignatius schools, and St Paul’s high school. He graduated from the University of Manitoba in 1951 with a Commerce degree. During his school and university years he was the recipient of many scholarships and awards. Jim was employed with the Royal Bank, Imperial Oil and for 31 years with Great- West Life as a Systems Analyst, retiring in 1991. Fate brought Jim and Helene together in August of 1953 when they shared a desk in the accountant's department at the Royal Bank, Grain Exchange Branch. They were married several years later, living and raising their family in Winnipeg. Exploring Spain, Portugal, Morocco and Ireland were travel highlights, as were many trips to Hawaii where the Gaynors regularly gathered together family and friends. Jim and Helene found themselves in Europe ( Netherlands, France and England) for the 50th anniversary celebration of VE day, where Canadians were so welcomed and honoured. A Rhine cruise fulfilled Helene’s desire to visit Austria, her father’s birthplace. US coastal motor trips were a favourite get- away, as were trips to upstate New York to visit relatives. Visiting Joe and Michele in Vancouver, Montreal, Toronto and Muskoka were also fun family times. Terry’s love of travel and his vocation as a travel consultant had their genesis in these family vacation experiences. Jim’s focus in life was his family and to smooth the path for the rest of us. His kindness, selflessness, generosity and sense of humour will be greatly missed by all of us. We are fortunate to have had such a powerful example of a truly honourable man in our lives. Jim succumbed to asbestos related Pulmonary Fibrosis. We appreciate the passionate dedication of all who bring comfort on 6E at St. Boniface Hospital. A family celebration of Jim’s life will take place at a later date. What though the radiance which was once so bright Be now for ever taken from our sight, Though nothing can bring back the hour Of splendour in the grass, Of glory in the flower; We will grieve not, rather find Strength in what remains behind... William Wordsworth “ Dein ist mein ganzes Herz, Schatzi” TEST PETER FRIESEN Peter Friesen was born in Blumenfeld, Manitoba to Johann and Katherina Friesen on December 28, 1921 and died peacefully, with his wife Mary by his side, after a brief illness, on March 12, 2015 at the age of 93. Peter is survived by his wife of 65 years, Mary, sister Mary ( George) Elias; children Brian ( Gayle), Marilyn, Ruth ( Vince) Folgizan, Esther ( Peter) Vandenberg; seven grandchildren and four great- grandchildren. He was predeceased by parents Johann and Katherina, brothers John and George, sisters Katherine and Elizabeth, and two siblings in infancy. Peter was very social. He loved a good chuckle and his daily coffee at Tim Hortons. Funeral service will be held Monday, March 16, 2015 at 11: 00 a. m. at the Sargent Avenue Mennonite Church, 926 Garfield Street, with viewing prior to the service. Interment will follow in the church cemetery in Springstein, Manitoba. Donations in Peter’s memory may be made to Mennonite Central Committee. TEST TEST TEST DONALD FONTAINE With hearts saddened by our profound loss but so thankful for his being, we announce that Don Fontaine passed away at sunset on March 8, 2015. He is survived by his wife, Diane, sons Reid and Myles, daughters- in- law, Amy, her son Ross, and Maddie. We have so many treasured memories that will keep Don alive in our hearts and with us forever. He loved and was loved by his in- laws, Ernie and wife Hazel, Pat and Réal Martin, Denis Paquette and Shelly Howard, and his nieces and nephews. Don was predeceased by his parents, Alice ( Rondeau) Fontaine and Joseph Fontaine, and his mother- in- law, Bertha Paquette. Don was a barber and was proud of the 51 years he worked at his craft. The highlight of his career was when he and a partner relocated The Male Image to a beautiful character building on Hargrave Street. Later in his career he worked alongside his good friend Alvin Giesbrecht at My Place on Vaughan Street. He bid farewell to downtown Winnipeg in grand style, meeting and greeting people while working at a shop in the skywalk of the Carghill Building. The most significant and valued part of his long career was the friendships he fostered with his customers. Don was passionate about public speaking and in the 1970s he joined Toastmasters. Not only did he participate in the group but he became a leader and mentor to help others improve their skills. Don was a “ possibility motivator” and would encourage new members to consider what they would achieve by joining the group. He was honoured to receive the George Craigie Memorial Award for home club membership building and retention. He loved people and loved life but above all he loved his family. He worked tirelessly to provide for his family; often leaving for work long before anyone was awake and home late in the evening. He would entertain the boys before bed by singing and dancing them to sleep. At birthday parties or family gatherings the kids would all gravitate to Don as he played games and encouraged them all to be themselves and have fun. When Don first met Diane he courted her for many years and whether he had to hitchhike to Falcon Lake or walk through St. Boniface to visit her, he would have done anything to steal a few moments with her. They shared a wonderful life together and dedicated so much of it to raising their two sons. Later in life they would enjoy travelling; this included trips to Puerto Vallarta where they would share beautiful sunsets together. Don dedicated much of the last two years of his life to writing. What started as a hobby quickly morphed into a wonderful journey documenting the events of his storied life. His goal was to publish a book and in recent months his family rallied around him to help him achieve this goal. We are proud to announce that sample copies of “ Faces in the Barber’s Mirror - Stories from my Chair by Don Fontaine” will be available to view at Don’s memorial service. A memorial service will be held on Sunday, March 15, 2015 at 2: 00 p. m. at Glen Lawn Funeral Home, 455 Lagimodiere Blvd. Thank you to all the family and friends who visited Don these last few months; he cherished that time very much. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Don’s memory to the St. Boniface Hospital, Palliative Care Endowment Fund, 409 Tache Ave., Room C1026, Winnipeg, MB R2H 2A6. “ Have I told you lately that I love you?” Family and friends may sign a Book of Condolence at www. glenlawn. ca Glen Lawn Funeral Home 204- 982- 7550 LILLIAN GAUDES ( nee BRIERCLIFFE) It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Lil Gaudes, our beloved mother, sister and grandmother at the age of 82 on March 8, 2015, at the Charleswood Care Centre. Lil was predeceased by her husband Tony ( 2005). Lil is lovingly remembered and greatly missed by her sisters Beth Hutton and Tee Somers; her three sons Jim, Derek and Grant ( Janine); and grandchildren Brendan ( 16), Carter ( 12) and Parker ( 11). Lil was born and raised in Methven, Manitoba and moved to Winnipeg in 1948. Lil and Tony were married in 1957 and enjoyed 46 years of matrimony. Lil was a devoted homemaker and took great pride in raising her three sons. She made sure her boys were always thought of with a phone call everyday. Lil maintained a sharp memory and could share countless details about the people that attended to her care over the past 10 years. Lil spent the past three years at the Charleswood Care Centre and forged many wonderful relationships with the staff and fellow residents. She had a heart of gold and loving soul and will be missed by all. A funeral service celebrating Lillian’s life will be held Wednesday, March 18 at 1: 00 p. m. in the Coutu Funeral Home, 680 Archibald Street, with viewing one hour prior. A reception will be held at the funeral home following the service, and interment will take place at Green Acres Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association. The Coutu Family in care of arrangements: E. J COUTU CO. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 680 Archibald Street 204 253- 5086 ejcoutu. com ELSIE MAY PARISIAN Peacefully, on Wednesday, March 11, 2015 at the Red River Personal Care Home in Selkirk, Manitoba, Elsie Parisian, aged 95 years formerly of Victoria Beach, beloved wife of the late Victor passed away. A memorial service will be held on Friday, March 27 at 1: 00 p. m. at the Senior Scene in Victoria Beach. Full obituary to follow in Saturday, March 21 edition of the Free Press. Gilbart Funeral Home, Selkirk in care of arrangements. 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