Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - May 31, 2004, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Today�s Obituary Notices
DYCK CHARLES ROBERT
SCINICARIELLO It is with sadness "CHARLIE"
PAINCHAUD (nee BUONOMO)
BEST, Brian D., M.D., F.R.C.S (EDIN.), F.R.C.S
that we announce the
Peacefully, after a
BOOTE, James Lenard, 76.
passing of David Ralph Charlie Illsley�brief illness on
BROOKS (nee DEYMAN), Barbara Judith Scott.
Dyck, who passed away Thursday, May 27, 2004Martin, son of Joy and It is with deep
at age 71 with his fami-Bruce, and stepson of sadness that we at St. Boniface Hospital
CRITELLI, Giuseppe, 65.
ly by his side.
Ahab, passed away ac�announce the sudden Civita passed away at
DOWNS, John Milton (Mike), 86.
DYCK, David Ralph, 71.
He was the cherished cidentally, Tuesday, passing of Bernard, at the age of 89 years.
FORREST (nee SMITH), Evelyn, 91.
husband of Roberta May 18, 2004, at Faw-She is survived byConcordia Hospital, on
GOOCH, Thomas Patrick.
(MacNair) and beloved cett Lake, Ontario, at her children, CosmoThursday, May 27, 2004
father of James, the age of 29 years.
Scinicariello (Pina) ofat the age of 66 years.
ILLSLEY-MARTIN, Frederick Charles "Charlie", 29.
JANISCH (nee SUMMER), Anna, 96.
Patricia and Michael Charlie was born Kelowna B.C., and RitaBernard is survived
and his wife, June Thursday, August 8, by his beloved wife of Rampone (Tony),
JOHNSTON, Alvin Warren (Chiefee), 44.
LABEDZ, Walter (Wladyslaw), 79.
Harman. He is fondly 1974, at Fort Churchill, grandchildren, Raphae�33 years, May; his
MacKENZIE, Roderick (Rod) Alexander, 90.
remembered by his brothers, Harold (Kathleen),
Manitoba. Charlie loved many things in his life,
la Lecomte (Gerald), Erasmo D�Errico (Leah),brother, Marcel; sisters, Claire (Bernie) and
McMAHON, Jennie Irma.
Ed (Dorothy), Victor (Caryll), John (Florence),
but above most, his son, Noah, was not only his
Nicole; sister-in-law, Brenda Keyser (Peter Laura D�Errico, Maurizio Rampone, Daniela
MUNRO, David, 50, of Gimli, MB.
PAINCHAUD, Bernard Robert (Barney/Bernie), 66.
Walter (Margaret) and their families; and his
pride and joy, but his entire world.
Curcio (John), Maria Macdonnell (Andrew),Murdock), as well as nieces, Denise, Chantal,
Aunt, Lydia Enns, of Winkler. He is also fondly
Charlie completed his high school education
Gianna Oram (Derek), Mina Cerminara (Carlo),
PAUL, Soeur Aline (S. Marie St-Martin), 98.
Melanie, Dominique and Kalyn; nephews,
remembered by Bobby's siblings: Jim and Neil
and furthered his education at the Devrie Insti�
great- grandchildren, Gina Lecomte, Gino andRobert, Karl, Danny, Justin and Mackenzie. He
SANDERS, Kieran Gerard, 45.
MacNair of Graysville, Man., Isabel Rutter and
tute of Calgary in computer science; obtained
Desiree D�Errico, Christopher, Nicholas,also leaves to mourn him, two aunts, Mrs.
Elsie Coates of Carman, and brother-in-law
his private flying license at the Calgary Flight
Michael, and Jacob Macdonnell, Sofia, Isabella,Marguerite Painchaud and Mrs. Madeleine Vinet
SCHMIDT (nee KAHL), Amelia (Millie).
SCINICARIELLO (nee BUONOMO), Civita Maria, 89.
Keith Braden of Portage la Prairie; and their
Centre, and his commercial flying license at the
and stepmother, Mrs. Jeannette Bothorel.
and Alyssa Oram, Julianna and Matteo
SHANKS, James Craig, 77.
Canadian Flight Centre in Vancouver, British
Cerminara, as well as numerous nieces andBarney will be greatly missed by other relatives,
STEELE (nee HALL), Catherine, 85.
David was born May 8, 1933 on a farm at Columbia.
nephews in Italy.
many friends and business associates.
STOROSZCZUK, William Jerry, 49.
Burwalde, MB. to John and Helena Dyck (nee
Charlie is survived by his son, Noah; (mother
Civita was predeceased by her husbandBernard was predeceased by his parents,
SUTHERLAND, Jean Pearl, 67, of Peguis, MB.
Enns). At the age of 16 he was baptized and
of his son, Renelle Halle-Illsley), Winnipeg;
Erasmo, and her daughter Giuseppina D�Errico,Antoine and Claire (Dugal); brother Robert;
YASHUK, Allan Greg, 39.
joined the Winkler Mennonite Brethren Church.
mother, Joy (Ahab) Constant, The Pas; father,
as well as her brothers and sisters. He graduated from high school in Winkler and
YOUNG, Irving Frederick.
Frederick Bruce Martin, Churchill, Manitoba;
Civita was born and lived in Gaeta, ItalyBernard was affiliated with several
Notices may not be in alphabetical order
received his Bachelor of Science (1956) and
siblings, Donna Martin, Victoria, B.C., Frederick
where she married Erasmo and started a family. Bachelor of Education (1959) from the
organizations such as: Blue Goose International
Martin, Vancouver, B.C., Shohan Illsley (Quentin
She was a very strong woman who lived through(Insurance), Labatt Wildlife Association, Selkirk
Obituary notices can be found at:
University of Manitoba. He obtained his Ph.D. in
Stevens), Winnipeg, Michlynn Lamirande,
much in her lifetime. She lived and survivedGame and Fish Handgun Club and the Royal
History of Science from the University of
Churchill, Amanda Illsley, Winnipeg, Marlisa
through the Second World War with a young Wisconsin in 1967. He taught at the University of
Canadian Legion Prince Edward Branch No. 81.
Martin (Jason Parsons), Churchill, Debra Illsley,
family to care for on her own. A few years afterHe sang with La Chorale des Intr�pides and the
BRIAN D. BEST, M.D.,
Winnipeg for 30 years, and also served in the
Winnipeg, Christopher Martin, Whitehorse,
the war, they decided to immigrate to Canada toManitoba Sacred Music Choir which sang in
F.R.C.S. (EDIN.), F.R.C.S. (CAN.)
Dean's office and as Assistant to former univer-Yukon.
begin a new life for themselves and theirHolland, May 1995 for the Liberation Services.
It is with great sadness that we announce the sity President Dr. Harry Duckworth. He retired
Charlie was predeceased by his grandparents,
Barney had a "big heart" and always made passing of Dr. Brian D. Best on May 30, 2004 at from the university in 1996; in 1998 he was hon-
Emily and Charles W. Illsley; Sigrun and
Civita worked for many years in the garmenttime to help others. He was known for his love of St. Boniface Hospital at the age of 93 years.
oured with the title of Fellow of United College
Frederick Olaf Martin Sr., (Ama and Ofa); aunt,
industry, making many friends. Her lifefishing, hunting, playing competitive pool and A memorial service will take place on in recognition of his service to the institution.
Carol Louise Head; uncle, Fred Lafontaine;
revolved around her family and friends.
travelling. Many people will miss his computer Thursday, June 3, 2004 at 12:30 p.m. at Chapel Following retirement, he served as Dean of Con�
cousins, Jaime Wheeler, Tammy Johnson.
Prayers will be said Tuesday, June 1, 2004 inexpertise. He lived life to the fullest and his "joie Lawn Funeral Home, 4000 Portage Avenue.
cord College, and assisted in the creation of Ca-
Prayers and Visitation were held Monday,
Holy Rosary Church, 510 River Ave. at 6:30 p.m.
de vivre" will be missed.
Longer notice will follow.
nadian Mennonite University. He also spent
May 24, 7:00 p.m. at the Chapel of Hemauer
Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on 2001 teaching at Lithuania Christian College.
A celebration of Bernard�s life will be held on
Funeral Home, The Pas, led by Ven. Grahme
Wednesday, June 2 at 10:30 a.m., also in theWednesday, June 2 at St. Bernadette Parish, 820Arrangements entrusted to: David was a faithful member of the River Spear.
church, with Fr. Vincent De Paul Tchaoule pre-Cottonwood Dr. at 10:30 a.m. Viewing will beCHAPEL LAWN FUNERAL HOME East Mennonite Brethren Church, where he
The funeral service was held Tuesday, May
siding. Entombment will follow at Chapel ofheld at 10:00 a.m. prior to the service.
CREMATION AND RECEPTION CENTRE taught Sunday school, served as moderator and
25, 2:00 p.m. at Christ Church Anglican, The Pas,
Eternal Memories, 1501 Waverley St.
In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory885-9715 sang in the choir. He also served the Manitoba
with Ven. Grahme Spear presiding.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Mennonite Brethren Conference on various
may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation
Interment took place in Lakeside Cemetery,
The Alzheimer�s Society. 10 -120 Donald Street,of Manitoba, Suite 200-6 Donald St., Winnipeg,
JAMES LENARD BOOTE
Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3C 4G2.
MB R3L 0K6.
On Wednesday, May 26, 2004 at Deer Lodge David was someone who always tried his best
Hemauer Funeral Home, The Pas, in care of
Io muoio, ma il mio afetto per voi
Centre, James died at the age of 76 years. The Desjardins Funeral Chapel in care of
at whatever job he undertook, especially this arrangements.
James' graveside service will be held on non morira: Vi amero dal cieloarrangements 233-4949, toll free 1-888-233-4949.
last, difficult one.
Tuesday, June 1, 2004 at 11:30 a.m. at Valley Com vi ha amato sulla terraFamily and friends are invited to sign the Book
His family thanks everyone who provided
Memorial Cemetery, La Riviere. of Condolences at www.obituariestoday.com.
support during this time: River East Mennonite P. COUTU
ANNA JANISCH (nee SUMMER)
Brethren Church; the wonderful staff at St. Bon-
SOEUR ALINE PAUL
WOJCIK'S Funeral Directors - 949-4864
It is with great sadness that we announce the
iface Hospital Cancer Care; family physician Dr.
( S. MARIE ST-MARTIN)
ALL BELIEFS & FAITHS
passing of our mother, grandmother and great-
James Krahn; and the palliative care nurses and Le samedi, 29 mai 2004 � l�infirmerie desFUNERAL CHAPEL & CREMATORIUM
grandmother on Thursday, May 27, 2004, at the
JAMES CRAIG SHANKS
Missionnaires Oblates, 601 Aulneau, Soeur Aline897 - 4665
age of 96, at the Selkirk General Hospital.
Viewing and sharing of memories will be on Paul est d�c�d�e. Elle avait 98 ans dont 75 de vie
She will be lovingly remembered by her
Tuesday, June 1, 2004, 7:00 p.m. to 8 p.m. at The family of James Craig Shanks, sadly,religieuse depuis ses premiers voeux.
daughter Mary, son Joseph (Del), grandchildren
announces his sudden passing, on Friday, MayKlassen Funeral Chapel. Internment will take Les pri�res auront lieu mardi, le 1er juin 2004,
in Vancouver, Calgary, Manitoba and Ontario,
28, 2004 at the age of 77.
place Wednesday, June 2, 10:30 a.m. at Kildonan � 14 h 00 en la chapelle des Missionnaires
daughter-in-law Jess Janisch, son-in-law James
Presbyterian Cemetery, 2373 Main St., and will Oblates au 601 rue Aulneau. Les fun�railles
Gorrill, nephew Raymond Janisch (Peggy) and
A more complete obituary notice to follow.
be followed by a service at 11:30 a.m. at the suivront au m�me endroit � 14 h 30. Le P�re
family, niece Agnes Preiner (George) and
Surrounded by her River East Mennonite Brethren Church, 755 Albert Bouffard, omi, pr�sidera la c�l�bration.
family, numerous great-grandchildren, and
family, Barb passed McLeod Ave. A volunteer choir will meet at the L�inhumation aura lieu jeudi, le 3 juin 2004 � 10 h
CATHERINE STEELE (nee HALL)church at 10:30 a.m.
relatives in Austria, Germany and the United
away peacefully on 00 au cimeti�re de la rue Archibald, � St-
On Saturday, May 29, 2004 at the St. Boniface In lieu of flowers, donations to the University
Friday, May 28, 2004 at Boniface.
Hospital, Catherine Steele, 85 years, beloved of Winnipeg's History Department Scholarship
the Riverview Health Anna was predeceased by her husband Joseph
Si vous pr�f�rez, vous pouvez faire un don en
wife of the late James Steele. Fund would be appreciated. (515 Portage Ave.,
Centre. She will be lov�in 1992, and her two eldest children, daughter
m�moire d�Aline au Centre de Renouveau
ingly remembered by Rosa and son Andrew, in November 2000.
Announcement of services will follow.
R3B 2E9) Aulneau, 601, rue Aulneau, Winnipeg, MB, R2H
her husband Gary, her She was born on March 21, 1908 in Austria, the
daughter Lauren, her eldest of four children. She immigrated to
THOMSON "IN THE PARK" L�obituaire suivra mardi.
sister Kathy (husband PATRICK GOOCH
Saskatchewan as a young woman, and was
FUNERAL HOME AND CEMETERY
Wade Osipa and neph-Thomas Patrick
followed by her future husband, Joseph. They
1291 McGillivray Blvd. 925 - 1120Cropo Funeral Chapel
ew Andrew) and brother Rob (nephew Gooch, born September
were married in Regina in 1929.
Michael). 23, 1916 passed away
They eventually moved to Petersfield and
Born in Ottawa on December 16, 1947, Barb�s peacefully May 27, 2004
started the family farm, which is now operated
September 17, 1955SANDERS
family moved to Winnipeg in 1959. Barb gradu�at the Concordia Hospi�
by son Joseph and grandson Andrew.
May 28, 2004January 12, 1959 �
ated from Teachers College to pursue a career in tal with his family by
Anna�s priorities were her family, her church
It is with great sad-
May 26, 2004
teaching. After several years in a classroom his side. He is survived
and her community. She took pride in her
ness that the family an-On Wednesday, MayBarb realized that teaching was not her calling.
by his wife of 62 years
childrens� achievements. She belonged to the
nounces the passing of26, 2004, our belovedBarb pursued other career interest with the Marjorie; daughter Te-
Ladies of St. Anne and the Hospital Aid. She
our beloved father and
Department of Education and Statistics Canada Kieran went to be with
resa (fiancee Cliff); son loved flowers, bingo and whist.
before choosing her life with Gary. Barb mar�brother Jerryhis father Ronald
Shortly after her husband�s death in 1992,
ried Gary in 1980 and they were blessed with La-Storoszczuk.�Rocky� Sanders and
Anna became a resident of the Betel Home in
uren in April 1985. Left to cherish hishis grandparents
Selkirk. She remained there until May 4, 2004,
Barb will be remembered for her fighting memory are his chil-Gertrude Sanders and(Kris), Casey, Kevin, and Caitlin; great�
when she was admitted to the Selkirk General
spirit having successfully battled cancer for al�dren Candace (Kelly),
James and Charlottegrandchildren, Tyler, Hailey and Katrina; and Hospital.
most 25 years. She will also be remembered for Christopher, and TerryFarrell.
his sister Kelly.
A Funeral Mass will be held on Tuesday, June
her quick wit, humour, beauty and grace. Barb (Mandy) as well as hisHe will be loved andBorn in Winnipeg, Tom graduated from St.
1 at 10:30 a.m. at St. Anne Roman Catholic
loved to share her life with her family, bargain two grandchildren, Jessy and Hope who he lovedforever missed by hisPaul's College. He served in the Canadian Navy
Church in Petersfield. Interment will follow in
hunt with her sister in Grand Forks, spend time very much; also sister Anna; special friend Janspouse Moracine Swiridjuk and their sonduring the Second World War, then worked with the church cemetery.
in her garden, find outrageously funny cards to McCowan; wife Gale; stepsons Doug and Eric.
Brendan; his mother Noreen; his brothers andC.P. Rail for 40 years, retiring in 1977.
A reception will be held in the church
send to her brother out east and spoil her three Jerry was predeceased by his parents Mikesisters Colin (Gail), Shauna (Daniel), KevinTom's joy was spending time with his family.
basement following the service.
and Magdaline and baby grandson Kelly.
(Alex), Ian, Maura (David), Sheila (Joe), Fiona,He never missed an opportunity to come out and
In lieu of flowers, a donation may be made to a
Barb was predeceased by her parents, Jerry loved his family very much and alwaysLiam (Tami); nieces and nephews Maya andwatch his children or grandchildren's numerous charity of your choice.
Thomasina (Zena) and Irwin (Hank).
will be in our hearts. Jerry had a huge innerAdrian, Sasha, Delia and Severin, Sam and Nora,activities. He was imaginative, he was funny, heA private family service will be held at
Gilbart Funeral Home, Selkirk in care of
strength as well as an unlimited passion for life.
Eamon and Dylan, Natasha and Sinead, Donovan,was loving, he will be missed.
Brookside Cemetery. Barb�s family is very ap�arrangements.
He always spoke his mind. He was never afraidJulian and Torin, Cullen, Cashel and Jamie; hisMemorial Service will be held on Tuesdaypreciative for the care and compassion of the
of anything and lived life to the fullest. The peo�aunt and uncle Barbara and Bill Smith; Arno,June 1, 2004 at 12:30 p.m. at Chapel Lawn
staff at CancerCare Manitoba and the Riverview ple he cared about could always count on him.
Pauline and Sonya Swiridjuk; as well asFuneral Home, 4000 Portage Avenue.
Health Centre, Palliative Care Unit.
He was a Shaolin Kung Fu expert. He loved ani�numerous cousins and many friends.
If friends desire, donations in Tom's memory
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in mals and never met a cat he didn�t love. He lovedKieran was born in Winnipeg on January 12,may be made to The Children's Hospital With great sorrowmemory of Barb to the CancerCare Manitoba, working on cars, loved music, and dancing. He1959 and raised in Crescentwood. He wasFoundation of Manitoba, CE 501, 840 Sherbrook the family announces109-675 McDermot Avenue, Winnipeg, Manito�loved to laugh and he could always make uspassionate about his work in social services, realStreet, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3A 1S1.
the passing of Alvinba, R3E 0V9.
estate, home renovations and contracting.
Warren known as Chie-Arrangements entrusted to: Interment will take place on Wednesday, JuneKieran enjoyed the simple things in life the mostTHOMSON "In the Park" fee, of Winnipeg onCHAPEL LAWN FUNERAL HOME 2, 2004 at 12:00 p.m., at the Pine Ridge Cemetery,� reading, music, riding his Harley, goodFUNERAL HOME AND CEMETERY May 28, 2004, at the ageCREMATION AND RECEPTION CENTRE Bird�s Hill. A service of remembrance willconversation and a quiet evening walk. His1291 McGillivray Blvd - 925-1120 of 44 years.
885-9715 follow at 1:30 p.m. at Cropo Funeral Chapel, 1442greatest joy was the birth of his son, Brendan.
Chiefee leaves to Main Street.
Kieran was a warm and loving person with a
WALTER (WLADYSLAW) LABEDZ
mourn his sons, FrankieFamily and friends are invited to sign the In lieu of flowers, donations may be made ingenerous and gentle soul.
Suddenly, yet peacefully, at the age of 79, and Nicholas; MotherBook of Condolence at www.chapellawn.mb.ca
Jerry�s memory to the Winnipeg HumaneMass of Christian Burial will be celebrated onWalter passed away in the afternoon of May 29, Isabel Thompson; Society.
Tuesday, June 1 at 1:00 p.m. in the St. Ignatius of
2004, surrounded by his family.
brothers, Henry, Antho-Loyola Roman Catholic Church, 255 Stafford
September 16, 1927 -May 29, 2004
Viewing will be held on Wednesday, June 2,
ny, Clay (Mary); sisters, JoAnn (Alex), Yvonne
Cropo Funeral ChapelStreet @ Corydon Avenue, with Rev. Fr. JosephAfter a brief illness, on Saturday, May 29,2004 at 10:00 a.m. at Holy Ghost Roman Catholic
(Mike); step-sisters, Margaret, Doreen, Edith,
586-8044Johnson, S. J. presiding. Interment will follow in2004 at Seven Oaks Hospital, Lionel Graustins ofChurch, 341 Selkirk Avenue, followed by the
and Maria. Chiefee had many uncles, aunties,
the Assumption Roman Catholic Cemetery, 3990Winnipeg.
JEAN PEARL SUTHERLAND Lionel is survived by his children Clift
Mass of Christian Burial at 10:30 a.m. An Oblate
cousins, nieces and nephews. Special friends
Portage Avenue. For those who wish, viewing
It is with sadness that we announce the (Grace), May, and Sid (Debbie); grandchildren,
Father will officiate and interment will follow in Dino and Maurice.
will be held prior to Mass in Church.
passing of Jean Pearl Sutherland of Peguis,Holy Ghost Cemetery.
Chiefee was predeceased by his father Frank
Pallbearers will be Kieran�s brothers, Colin,Andrew and Ashley, and Jocelyn and Shannon.
Manitoba on May 29, 2004 at the age of 67Longer obituary to follow.
Johnston, 1985; his brother John in 1994; his
Kevin, Ian and Liam, brother-in-law David,Lionel was born Laimons Graustins in years.
sister Marie Sinclair, 2001; also four brothers in
nephews, Eamon, Dylan and Severin and closeCropo Funeral Chapel Lalmura, Latvia. Dad arrived in Canada in 1949 infancy.
Arrangements Entrusted To:friend Gary.
586-8044 and was employed with Universal Printers for
Chiefee worked at Toronto General Hospital
ANDERSON FAMILY FUNERAL HOMEIn lieu of flowers, donations may be made to40 years, retiring in 1992.
for 14 years, also Conklin Shows for 10 years.
Ashern, ManitobaKieran�s memory to the Addictions FoundationCremation has taken place. Memorial service
Wake services will be held Monday, May 31
1-866-293-4951of Manitoba, 1031 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg,will be held 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, June 2, 2004
and Tuesday, June 1, 2004 at 7:00 p.m. The
Manitoba R3G OR8at Korban Funeral Chapel, 907 Main St.
(nee SMITH) ALLAN GREG YASHUK
funeral service will be held on Wednesday, June
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made toPeacefully on May 30, 2004 at Golden West On May 27, 2004, Allan passed away suddenly
2 at 1:00 p.m. All services will be held at the
Centennial Lodge, Evelyn, aged 91, passed at the young age of 39 years.
Bread of Life Ministry, 1338 Main St., Winnipeg,
ALL BELIEFS & FAITHSThe family expresses their thanks to the staffaway.
Born December 17, 1964, Allan will be missed
MB. with Pastor Richard Sanderson and Jim
FUNERAL CHAPEL & CREMATORIUMof 5th Floor, U3 at Seven Oaks Hospital.
Funeral arrangements are pending.
by his parents, Joe & Mary Yashuk; his brothersAnderson officiating.
897 � 4665A longer obituary notice will follow.
and sisters, Dorothy (Ron) Hamerling, George
Pallbearers will be, BIll Thompson, Conrad
KORBAN FUNERAL CHAPEL (Kelly), Susan (Mark) Neumann, Wayne
Pruden, Alex Witmont, Mark Johnston,
956-2193 (Leanne), and Paula (Jason) Quick; his nieces
Lawrence Henry and Brian Johnston.
Silvio Sboto, beloved husband of Pearl Sboto,
JOHN MILTON (MIKE) DOWNS
RODERICK (ROD) ALEXANDER
Interment will follow at the Brookside
and nephews, Elisha, Anthony, Tammy Yashuk;died in the Brandon Regional Health Centre on
Mike Downs, aged 86 years, passed away on
Jamie, Darrell, Kurt Neumann; Mandy, Kristy,Saturday, May 29, 2004.
Saturday, May 29, 2004 at the Carman Memorial
On Friday, May 28, 2004 Rod MacKenzie Danielle Yashuk; Randy, Ryan and Derek
Hospital. Funeral arrangements are pending.
Arrangements Entrusted To:
passed away in the Victoria General Hospital.
A celebration of his life for family and friends
ANDERSON FAMILY FUNERAL HOME
Rod was born in Winnipeg, MB on August 25, Allan loved the outdoors, riding his ski-doo
will be held at the Carman Legion on Wednes�
Kowalchuk�s Funeral Home Souris, MB in
1913. He lived most of his life in Winnipeg where and his 4x4. He loved working with wood and
day, June, 2004 at 2:00 p.m. Memorial donations
care of arrangements.
he was a successful, well-respected business�
was mechanically inclined. Allan was a very spe�man. He was co-owner of Schumacher�
may be made to the Carman Royal Canadian Le-
AMELIA (MILLIE) SCHMIDT
cial person who had a unique sense of humour,MacKenzie, electrical contractors. Rod was
gion, Branch No. 18, or to a charity of one�s
and will be deeply missed.
A longer obituary to follow.
past-president (1966) of Shrine Khartum Patrol, Passed away peacefully on Wednesday, May Memorial service will be held on Tuesday,
JENNIE IRMA MCMAHON
a member of Kiwanis, and Fellow of Passwa. He 26, 2004 at Luther Home.
June 1, 2004, 1:00 p.m. at Cropo Funeral Chapel,
Peacefully on Saturday, May 29, 2004, Jennie
Doyle�s Funeral Chapel in care of
retired 30 years ago to enjoy Glensheil, his Born on February 22, 1910 in Winnipeg, MB.
1442 Main St, with Rev. Peter Cain officiating.
passed away at the Victoria General Hospital, at
acreage in St. Norbert, MB.
Predeceased by her husband, Henry and her Interment will follow at Sunnyside Cemetery,the age of 98.
Rod is survived by his children, Ken (Donna) son Kenneth Henry. Will always be fondly Springfield, MB.
A longer obituary to follow.
of Belleville, ON, Mary-Jean of Winnipeg, Rod remembered by her grandchildren, KarenOn Saturday, May 29, 2004 at the St. Boniface
Cropo Funeral ChapelHospital, Giuseppe Critelli, 65 years, beloved
(Linda) of Medicine Hat, AB, Heather (Bill) of
Muller (Gabriel), Douglas Schmidt, Donna 586-8044
husband of Antonietta Critelli.
Calgary, AB; grandchildren, Jamie (Marlene), Grayston (David); great-grandchildren, Daniel, Jennifer (Steve), Vince (Janice), Mary, Scott, Jonathan, Katie, Meghan, Emily and Spencer;
IRVING FREDERICK YOUNG
Announcement of services will follow.
John, Karen, Bryan; great-grandchildren,
relatives and friends.
On Thursday, May 27, 2004, Irving YoungTHOMSON "In The Park"
Alexander, Nicholai, Marcus, Sydney, Samantha,
Suddenly on May 28, 2004 at the Grace
Memorial service will be held on Tuesday, passed away in his 91st year, at Central ParkCallie. He was predeceased by his loving wifeFUNERAL HOME & CEMETERY
Hospital, Winnipeg, David Munro, aged 50
June 1 at 2:00 p.m. at Luther Home at 1081 Lodge ,Poseidon Care Centre, with his family at1291 McGillivray Blvd. 925 - 1120 Bertha; parents Alec and Ella and grandson
years, of Gimli, beloved husband of Mary.
Andrews St. Interment will take place prior to his sideRoderick Andrew.
Full obituary in Tuesday paper.
service at Glen Eden Memorial Gardens.
Funeral service will be held on Tuesday, JuneRod provided a legacy of great honesty,
In lieu of flowers, donations would be greatly 1, at 1:00 p.m. in the chapel of Glen Eden Funeralloyalty, hard work and forthrightness and lovePeggy passed away peacefully on May 29,
Gilbart Funeral Chapel, Gimli in care of
appreciated to Luther Home, 1081 Andrews St.,
Home, 4477 Main St., with viewing one half hourof children.
2004. arrangements. Winnipeg, MB R2V 2G9.
prior. Interment will take place at BrooksideA memorial service will be held onShe is survived by her daughters, Diane and Special thanks to the Weisners and Luther Cemetery, 3001 Notre Dame Ave. West.
Wednesday, June 2, at 1:00 p.m. in Thomson
husband Andy Tomlinson, Bonny and husband Home for their support and loving care.
Flowers are gratefully declined.
Fu l Chapels 669 Broadway. Inter ent willKen Mathews; four grandchild and eigh