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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - March 25, 2015, Winnipeg, Manitoba WINNIPEG FREE PRESS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 2015 C9 TEST passages. winnipegfreepress. com Today’s Obituary Notices ANANIA, Angelina ( Angie) ART- TETRAULT, Carolynn Margaret BALES, Ralph BRUCE, Allyson Amanda EWASKO, Lorne Leonard FELKOWSKY, Stanley Walter FRIESEN, Edward Glenn GAMIS, Rogelio Madrigal Sr. GAUTHIER, Guy Jean Robert GRAY, Neil Stuart GUFFEI ( nee BIONDI), Angelina HIEBERT, Paul Henry HOURIE, Kenneth ( Tip) Wallace JOHNSTON, Harris Edmund KIPLING, David Alfred LARSON, Arnold Andrew LEBLANC, Ivy May MARION, Guy Joseph Alderic MCADAM, Alexander James MEDA, Jeannie Rose PARRISH, Ion PELLETTIERI, Donato PERALTA, Jaime F. POST, Orville Peter SCOLLIN, John Ambrose SCOTT, David SELWAY, Kenneth James SEVERA, Radani Hernando SIGURDSON, Joy SIMMONS, Robert ( Bob) Ronald SPELIERS, Geraldine ( Sue) STOCKMANN, Mathilde WAYDE, Jonathan Harris ( Rebel) WIEBE, Kaethe YANCEY, Billy Notices may not appear in alphabetical order. ANGELINA ( ANGIE) ANANIA Angelina ( Angie) passed away on March 16, 2015, aged 60 years. Darin Hoffman, Funeral Director in care of arrangements. Mosaic Funeral Chapel, 1839 Inkster Blvd., ( 204) 275- 5555 - www. mosaicfunerals. ca RALPH BALES October 14, 1956 - March 19, 2015 On Thursday, March 19, 2015 Ralph died at the Grace Hospital at the age of 58 years. Ralph will be greatly missed and lovingly remembered by his wife, Gail; his children, Dustin, Megan and Zach; his mother, Hilda and his extended family and many friends. He was predeceased by his father, Fred and brother, Norman. Ralph was born in Lemberg, SK where he lived on a farm outside of town for 12 years. Then, after living in Portage La Prairie for a short while, he moved to Winnipeg in 1971. Ralph graduated from John Taylor Collegiate and Red River College and spent his work life in the insurance industry, where he made many friends over the years. A come and go Celebration of Ralph's Life will be held Thursday, March 26, 2015 from 4: 00 p. m. to 6: 00 p. m. in the Holiday Inn Airport West, 2520 Portage Avenue. The family would like to thank the staff at Westwood Clinic for their help on Thursday and all our friends and family for their continued support. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Ralph's memory to CancerCare Manitoba Foundation; donations will be directed to lung cancer research. Wojcik’s Funeral Chapel, 2157 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, MB in care of arrangements 204.897.4665. For those who wish to sign our online Guest Book please visit our website at www. wojciksfuneralchapel. com EDWARD GLENN FRIESEN On Tuesday, March 24, 2015 Edward died at St. Boniface Hospital at the age of 75 years. A longer obituary notice will follow. Wojcik’s Funeral Chapel, 2157 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, MB in care of arrangements 204.897.4665. For those who wish to sign our online Guest Book please visit our website at www. wojciksfuneralchapel. com ROGELIO MADRIGAL GAMIS SR. Rogelio passed away on March 20, 2015, aged 69 years. Darin Hoffman, Funeral Director in care of arrangements. Mosaic Funeral Chapel, 1839 Inkster Blvd., ( 204) 275- 5555 - www. mosaicfunerals. ca ANGELINA GUFFEI ( nee BIONDI) Angelina passed away on March 16, 2015, aged 84 years. Darin Hoffman, Funeral Director in care of arrangements. Mosaic Funeral Chapel, 1839 Inkster Blvd., ( 204) 275- 5555 - www. mosaicfunerals. ca KENNETH ( TIP) WALLACE HOURIE June 26, 1968 - March 21, 2015 Viewing at 7: 00 p. m. Wednesday, March 25, 2015, Raymond Flett Memorial Church, 1493 Magnus Ave., Winnipeg. Followed by a wake service at 7: 00 p. m. Fairford House of Prayer Pinaymootang, Thursday, March 26, 2015. Funeral service at 11: 00 a. m. on Friday, March 27, 2015, Fairford House of Prayer. Interment to follow at St. Helen’s Cemetery. Wheeler Funeral Home in care of arrangements, 1800 Day St., Winnipeg, MB. 204- 224- 1525 TEST TEST CAROLYNN MARGARET ART- TETRAULT ( MRS. ALPHONSE TETRAULT) May 17, 1942 - March 22, 2015 I was the youngest child born to the late Jack ( 1899 to 1964) and Olive ( Hull) Art ( 1903 to 1997) in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. My two older brothers, Jack and Jerry, died within three months of each other in 2002. I am survived by my older sister Laurie ( Art) Balmer ( the late Jack Balmer) of La Canada, CA and, my sisterin- law Eleanor ( Cuthbertson) Art ( the late “ G. B.”, Jerry Art) of Calgary, AB. We were a very active family and it was certainly a lively household with many aunts, uncles and cousins dropping by. From athletics to artistic endeavours we thrived. Never a dull moment. Upon moving to Winnipeg in 1965 I met my wonderful Alphonse, a very charismatic, handsome, academic, opera and French singer and actor. And then life really began when we welcomed our three wonderful and loving children, Anthony Alphonse ( Tony) and Catrina Carolynn, both of Winnipeg, and Jeffrey Jonathan of Las Vegas, NV. I never imagined that my life would become so enriched or so very busy. Tony and Jeff gave us two amazingly talented daughters- in- law, Amanda Freedman Tétrault and Clara Tétrault. And what would my life have been if I didn’t have Tony and Amanda’s Rowan and Aric. Jeff and Clara added to our family with sweet baby Frankie. Joyous grandchildren all three. My adventures growing up were many. From spending summer holidays on my dear cousin Michael Wilkinson’s ( Eileen) family farm in Aberdeen, Saskatchewan to riding the CNR freight train with my Dad cooking breakfast for me on a pot- bellied stove as the countryside rolled by. A trunk of bullion sat nearby with a shotgun on top and my dad regaled me with stories of his own father, a stage coach driver on the old Carlton Trail, to being a member of the Board of Directors of Silverwood Dairies and a pioneer of Saskatoon. My mother sang, painted, did carpentry, sewed, recited and wrote poetry. After a wonderful supper, I would either be on the street with the neighbourhood kids skipping double- dutch or playing catch with my dad and roaring around our Nutana neighbourhood on my yellow canary two wheel bike. My paternal family motto was, ‘ Never assume’, ‘ Keep smiling’ and, ‘ There are always three sides to every story’. These sayings gave me strength through the years. I felt such a connection to the 19th Century because of my parents’ stories. The 20th Century brought so many changes and my parents emphasized the importance of being aware of our place in history as Canadians. We truly are a blessed society. I loved to dance and especially to perform. My years with Rachel Browne’s Winnipeg Contemporary Dancers and then with the late James Duncan Singers at the International Inn under the direction of the late Nenad Lhotka was truly wonderful. I loved to teach the Royal Academy of Dance Childrens’ syllabus to my many ballet students. I finally went back to school to finish my Arts Degree that I had started in the 1960s and graduated in 1985 from the University of Saskatchewan, and continued my academic studies with a B. Ed., from the University of Winnipeg in 1996 and enjoyed being a substitute teacher. I will be forever grateful to my dear mother who moved to Winnipeg and was so helpful with our three children. Over these many years I have kept in touch with school chums. My life has been quite sedentary these past few years with Type II diabetes, Reflux and Congestive Heart Failure. Making peace with not being able to do things that I had planned in my retirement was somewhat a disappointment BUT I have been truly blessed with dear friends and a loving family. I have been one of the luckier ones. Fond memories of my childhood, loving paternal family, dear friends over the years and most especially, with my own family. And, how I LOVED my family. I hope that you will remember me with your doing kind deeds for others. Keep an “ Inclusive attitude” and, a “ Generosity of spirit”. There will be no formal funeral service. ‘ Jesus loves me this I know, For the Bible tells me so.’ Je t’aime Phonse Tate and ‘ dream a little dream of me’. My favourite holiday was Christmas and I wish each and everyone, “ Joy to the World”. I will always remain: “ carolynnhomeontherange” NEIL STUART GRAY It is with grieving hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved dad, Neil Stuart Gray on Saturday, March 21, 2015. He was predeceased by his wife Diane ( nee Bell), parents Ross and Katherine ( nee Fulton), and brother Jim. He is survived by his brother Lock, brother- in- law David ( Liz), daughter Jane ( Shaw), son Ross ( Elizabeth), and his much loved grandchildren Emma, Katie, Halle, Jack and Madeline. He is further mourned by his close companion Irene, and numerous friends and family. Born in Vita, Manitoba, Dad grew up on the farm in Sprague. He moved to Winnipeg for high school, where he met his wife Diane. Married in 1966, they moved to British Columbia in 1971 to settle in Delta. Dad was always involved in the community, including volunteering through Kiwanis for many years. After retirement from Telus, Dad enjoyed travel, camping, golfing and many walks with his friends. Nothing was more important than family for Dad, and we will cherish memories of the adventures, experiences and loving life he and Mom created for us. Thank you to the staff of the Irene Thomas Hospice for their care and kindness these last few weeks, and to friends and family who have been such a support to us. At Dad’s request, there will be a small private family service, and a gathering of friends and family at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Delta Hospice Society, deltahospice. org, are appreciated. HARRIS EDMUND JOHNSTON Harris passed away on March 11, 2015, aged 91 years. Darin Hoffman, Funeral Director in care of arrangements. Mosaic Funeral Chapel, 1839 Inkster Blvd., ( 204) 275- 5555 www. mosaicfunerals. ca DONATO PELLETTIERI Donato passed away on March 15, 2015, aged 84 years. Darin Hoffman, Funeral Director in care of arrangements. Mosaic Funeral Chapel, 1839 Inkster Blvd., ( 204) 275- 5555 - www. mosaicfunerals. ca TEST TEST ALLYSON AMANDA BRUCE December 31, 1985 - March 18, 2015 It is with tremendous sadness we announce the passing of our loving daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece, cousin and friend Allyson Amanda Bruce. Wednesday, March 18, 2015 at approximately 11: 25 a. m., Allyson passed away peacefully at home with her loving family by her side, succumbing to her lifelong struggles associated with living with Cerebral Palsy. She will be remembered always by her mother and father Susan and Jeff Bruce, grandparents Ann and Robert Payne and Earlene Bruce, aunts Roberta O’Halloran, Marla Bruce and Lesley McCombs, uncles Barry Payne, Jack Bruce and Kevin McCombs, cousins Morgan, Ryan, Taylor, Hannah, Cole and Grant Secord, Chelsea O’Halloran, Avery Deleurme, Chris Bruce and Brad, Kyle and Paige McCombs. Allyson was predeceased by her sister Ashley, grandfather Albert Bruce and special uncle Dennis O’Donnell. Born in Winnipeg on December 31, 1985 we knew Allyson was going to be a special little girl. At an early age she was enrolled with the PT/ OT department at Children’s Hospital then on to Day Program at Children’s Rehabilitation Centre. Allyson participated in the Association for the Neurological Disabled Program based out of Calgary for a couple years also. Many volunteers came into the home to exercise her on a daily basis. When she reached school age Allyson attended the neighbourhood schools, Beaumont Elementary, Westdale Junior High and graduated from Shaftesbury High School. After finishing high school Allyson attended DASCH Day Program on Roblin Boulevard, until April, 2014. For the past year, with the assistance of the Palliative Care Program Allyson was able to continue living comfortably at home. Growing up Allyson was a very busy girl. She was able to participate in Riding for the Disabled and took swimming lessons at Bonnie Vital Pool. Mom and Ashley always thanked Ally because they were able to convince Dad we needed a pool for Ally to use at home. Allyson travelled with the family on many trips. She went to Calgary a few times and enjoyed the Stampede on one of those trips. Flew to Florida to take in Disneyworld, Universal Studios, Sea World and Gatorland. Drove to Minneapolis to watch the Blue Jays and then on to Valley Fair Water Park. Followed the Goldeyes not only at Shaw Park but travelled south to watch them play in Fargo, Sioux City and Sioux Falls. Allyson also travelled to Vancouver Island to go whale watching in the Pacific Ocean and then down to Oregon to see Keiko ( Free Willy). Allyson loved to listen to music and watch movies, especially with Dad. They could spend hours and hours together watching movies and even days watching series like Jaws, Free Willy and their favourite Pirates of the Caribbean. Over the years Allyson has been able to acquire a huge Beanie Babies collection of which she has many favourites. She always carried one or two of her favourites in the crook of her right arm. Allyson lived a full and rewarding life despite her limitations. Even with all her challenges she brought joy to all with her beautiful smile and infectious laughter. Though we will always wonder how much Allyson took away from her years in school, we do know how much she taught those around her. Her disability was used as an ability to educate others. She taught us about patience, perseverance, how to be advocates, appreciate the simple things in life but mostly how to love with all your heart. “ Real Love”. We will cherish our precious memories of her forever. Allyson loved her sister Ashley to pieces and we are more at peace knowing that they are together again. Enjoy the little things in life, because one day you will look back, and realize they were the big things. A celebration of Allyson’s life will be held Thursday, March 26 at 2: 00 p. m. at Westwood Community Church, 401 Westwood Drive. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The WRHA Palliative Care Program c/ o Health Sciences Centre Foundation, DASCH Inc., or The Cerebral Palsy Association of Manitoba. Ally, love you to the moon and back PAUL HENRY HIEBERT We are deeply saddened to announce the sudden passing of Paul Henry Hiebert on Saturday, March 21, 2015. He leaves to mourn his passing: wife Diana, mother Tina, brother Menno ( Judy), sister Carol ( Ken), sisters- in- law Lisa ( Cliff), and Cathy, brothers- in- law Larry, and Adam ( Diane), and numerous nieces, nephews and friends. Paul was predeceased by his father Cornelius. Until his retirement in 2007, Paul spent more than 25 years working for Jim Gauthier Chevrolet. Paul enjoyed country music, golf, curling, gardening and entering weekly crib tournaments. He just couldn’t wait for the invitations to arrive in the mail. Also a volunteer driver for CancerCare Manitoba and the Seniors Resource Centre in Stonewall. Cremation has taken place. Paul’s Celebration of Life will be at 2: 00 p. m., Monday, March 30 at the MacKenzie Funeral Home in Stonewall, MB. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the charity of your choice. MacKenzie Funeral Home Stonewall 204- 467- 2525 mackhome@ mts. net TEST TEST LORNE LEONARD EWASKO August 30, 1942 - March 21, 2015 With broken hearts, our family announces the passing of Lorne Ewasko, beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother and uncle. Lorne leaves behind his wife and love of over 50 years, Lydia, his sons Wayne ( Tracey) and Greg ( Monique) and his four cherished grandsons Brayden, Jarvis, Owen and Sam. He also leaves behind his two brothers Art ( Pat) and Rick Ewasko, his brother- in- law Jerry ( Betty) Kelner and their families. Lorne was predeceased by his parents, Frank and Helen ( Bretchka) Ewasko, parents- in- law Joseph and Mary Kelner, and brother- in- law Joe Kelner. Lorne was born and grew up in the Rural Municipality of Brokenhead, attended Hazelglen School and Beausejour Collegiate Institute. He then achieved his Architecture Draftsman credentials from Red River Community College. His passion was the accordion and he started playing in a band at the age 16. It was his musical talents that led him to meet Lydia in 1962 at a dance. They married on April 25, 1964. He would go on to play in several different bands over the years. In the fall of 1964, Lorne started working with AC& S, a commercial insulation company, where he worked for approximately 30 years. During this time, he and Lydia moved back to the RM of Brokenhead in 1974 from Winnipeg, built their dream home and began working their own farm land with their two sons. In the fall of 1994, he left AC& S and formed a commercial insulation company, ACE Insulation Ltd. He retired from ACE in January 2007. Lorne and Lydia, sold the family farm site in 2001 and built their retirement home and workshop on the outskirts of Beausejour. Lorne was a very devoted and proud father who always loved going to watch “ his boys” play their many sports, whether it be hockey, curling, or baseball. He was always there cheering them on. This continued when he became a grandfather and he always had a hug, praise and a loonie for his grandsons’ efforts following each and every game. He enjoyed taking his sons camping to Grand Rapids on their annual fishing trip, and he enjoyed curling, golfing and fishing in his younger years. In his retirement years, Lorne loved watching the Blue Bombers, Winnipeg Jets and wrestling on TV and playing card games. Lorne’s sense of humour was contagious, and he was the life of the party telling stories and jokes that kept people laughing throughout the night. He had a gift of making people laugh! He also spent many hours tinkering in his shop with his good friend Doug working on one of his many restored cars, trucks and John Deere tractors. Lorne, Dad, Grandpa and Papa, much of who we are today is a reflection of your love. You will be forever missed and in our hearts always. Funeral Liturgy will be held on Friday, March 27, 2015 at 11: 00 a. m. at Sobering Funeral Chapel, in Beausejour, MB. Viewing will be held one hour prior to the service. We would like to express our heartfelt thanks to Drs. Askarifar and Schmidt, the staff at the Beausejour hospital, and his regular hospital visitors for all of their care and support of Lorne over the last several months. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the St. Mary Roman Catholic Church Building Fund or to the Beausejour Hospital T. V. Fund. SOBERING FUNERAL CHAPEL & CREMATORIUM, Beausejour ( 204) 268- 3510 or MB Toll Free 1- 877- 776- 2220 www. soberingfuneralchapel. com STANLEY WALTER FELKOWSKY It is with great sadness the family announces the passing of Stanley Felkowsky on Sunday, March 22, 2015 at the St. Boniface Hospital at the age of 88 years. Stan was born on September 14, 1926 in San Jose, California, and moved to Saskatchewan with his family in 1927. In 1946, at the age of 20, Stan moved to Winnipeg and worked several jobs throughout his life, from a bellboy at the Royal Alexander Hotel to a salesman for McCormick’s, Henderson Directories and Killarney Printing. Even though family wanted him to retire he kept working to age 85. Stan was a family man and spent his spare time with family and friends. In his youth he played junior hockey in Saskatchewan, he also enjoyed golf and curling. As he aged, his love for sports continued, as a spectator and he loved watching all of his favorite sports on television. Dad was an avid bird watcher, his favorite being the wren. Stan enjoyed his time with the “ A& W Coffee Club” and went daily to meet with his friends, have coffee, tell stories and discuss the topics of the day. Stan was predeceased by his parents, James and Ann, brothers, Orest and Michael, his loving wife of 59 years, Iris, and his son, Ward. Dad will be lovingly remembered by his daughter, Gail Plantje, granddaughter, Dru ( Marc), great- grandson, Alex ( Keleigh) and sister, Elsie ( Frank) Chuchmuch. The family would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the doctors, nurses and staff of 5E of St. Boniface Hospital for the care and compassion given to Stan and our family. In keeping with Stan’s wishes, cremation has taken place and a memorial service celebrating his life will be held on Friday, March 27, 2015 at 2: 00 p. m. in the Coutu Funeral Chapel, 680 Archibald Street. VICHNAYA PAMYAT The Coutu Family in care of arrangements: E. J. COUTU & CO. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 680 Archibald Street 204- 253- 5086 ejcoutu. com TEST TEST GUY JEAN ROBERT GAUTHIER Born at Luzy- sur- Marne, France on October 21, 1945, Guy died on March 22, 2015 at Winnipeg after a heroic battle with Parkinson’s Disease. He is survived by his partner of 44 years, James Berryere, and brothers, Denis ( Annick), Pontivy, France and Jean- Louis ( Bernadette), Verbiesles, France and their families, the extended Berryere family and many friends. Guy was predeceased by his parents, Jean and Solange. Guy trained as a chef in France before immigrating to Canada in 1967. He attained a B. Ed ( University of Manitoba) in 1982 and taught at Kildonan East Regional Secondary School for 27 years in the culinary arts program. He enjoyed the cottage at Valhalla Beach, travels to France, biking, skiing, sailboarding, cooking, entertaining and gardening. Appreciation is expressed for the kind care Guy received from the staff at Foyer Valade and the emergency staff at Victoria General Hospital. The wonderful assistance of the Movement Disorder Clinic engenders a generous donation, in lieu of flowers, to the Parkinson Society of Manitoba, 414 Westmount Drive, Winnipeg, MB R2J 1P2. Mass in celebration of Guy’s life will be at Holy Redeemer Parish, 264 Donwood Drive on Friday, March 27, 2015 at 10: 30 a. m., long time friend Fr. Gerry Ward along with Bro. Joseph OFM. Cap celebrants. Family and friends may sign a Book of Condolence at www. glenedenmemorial. ca GUY JEAN ROBERT GAUTHIER Née à Luzy- sur- Marne en France, le 21 octobre, 1945, Guy est décédé le 22 mars, 2015 à Winnipeg, après une bataille avec Parkinson’s Disease. Il est survécu par son partenaire de 44 ans, James Berryere; frères, Denis ( Annick) de Pontivy en France, et Jean- Louis ( Bernadette) de Verbiesles en France ainsi que leurs familles; et de la famille étendue et nombreux amis. Guy est prédécédé par ces parents, Jean et Solange. Guy a fait sa formation de chef en France avant d’immigrer au Canada en 1967. Il a compléter sa formation en education à l’Université du Manitoba en 1982 et il a enseigné l’art culinaire à l’Ecole Secondaire Régional de Kildonan East pendant 27 ans. Il aimait aller à son chalet à Valhalla Beach, voyger en France, le cyclisme, le ski, la planche à voile, faire la cuisine, recevoir les gens, ainsi que le jardinage. Reconnaissance au gens au Foyer Valade ainsi que le personnel d’urgence à l’Hôpital Général Victoria pour le soin que Guy a reçu. L’assistance du personnel du Movement Disorder Clinic engendre en place des fleurs, des dons généreux au Parkinson Society of Manitoba, 414 Westmount Drive, Winnipeg, MB R2J 1P2. Une masse pour célébrer la vie de Guy prendra lieu au Holy Redeemer Parish, 264 Donwood Drive, vendredi le 27 mars, 2015 at 10: 30. Officiant seront Père Gerry Ward ainsi que frère Joseph OFM Cap. La famille et les amis peuvent signer un livre de condoléances au www. glenedenmemorial. com Glen Eden Funeral Home & Cemetery 204- 338- 7111 DAVID ALFRED KIPLING Tragically, we announce the sudden passing of an amazing young man, David Alfred Kipling on Wednesday, March 18, 2015. Taken from us in a workplace accident. For those of us who were blessed enough to be part of his world we can all agree that his infectious smile and unbelievable sense of humour will never be forgotten. David will be deeply missed by his wife Danielle, daughter Danette, sons Matthew, Justin, Evan, and Jesse, his parents Brian and Susan McKay ( father David Kipling Sr.), in- laws Sterling and Lucille Ducharme ( Cameron, Janine, and Clayton), brothers Bob, Joda, William, and Scott, sisters Karen, Sammy, Angela, and Krystal, also many nephews, nieces, and countless aunts, uncles, relatives and very close friends. We know his spirit will keep us laughing for all time. Pallbearers are Ian Kakegamic, Andre Sizer, Cameron Ducharme, Darcy Boivin, Michael Houle, Todd Laliberty. A funeral service will be held at the St. Laurent Catholic Church, Saturday, March 28: Prayers at 10: 30 a. m. and Funeral Service at 11: 00 a. m. Lunch will follow at the St. Laurent Recreation Centre following the service. MacKenzie Funeral Home in care of arrangements, 204- 467- 2525. GUY JOSEPH ALDERIC MARION It is with heavy hearts that the family announces the passing of Guy Marion on Sunday, March 22, 2015 at ActionMarguerite ( Saint- Boniface) at the age of 85 years. Funeral arrangements are pending and a longer obituary will follow closer to the date of the funeral mass. The Coutu Family in care of arrangements: E. J. COUTU & CO. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 680 Archibald Street 204- 253- 5086 KENNETH JAMES SELWAY Ken passed away on March 18, 2015, aged 80 years. Shawn Arnason, Funeral Director in care of arrangements. Mosaic Funeral Chapel, 1839 Inkster Blvd., ( 204) 275- 5555 - www. mosaicfunerals. ca TEST WFP, 20150325,, 9, C, 1 - Requested Tue Mar 24 16: 52: 54 2015 - Job 382922862

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