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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - September 12, 2015, Winnipeg, Manitoba A30 www. passages. winnipegfreepress. com WINNIPEG FREE PRESS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2015 TEST passages. winnipegfreepress. com Today’s Obituary Notices BAEHNK ( nee HYKWAY), Rose Anne BALDOKE , Joyce Audrey BARRATT , Margaret ( Peggy) BASS , Jerry BATA , Lajos BATENCHUK , Lena BAYLON , Ronaldo Antonio BLAINE , Alda Boni BONI ( nee DECOCK), Bernice CANNELL ( nee HALLS), Barbara Mae CARLSTROM , Olga ( Ollie) CHUCKREE , Larry COX , Ivor Bernard DADEY , Lance Christopher DANIELSON , Kenneth ( Katla) DENYER , Elizabeth Laura DMYTRIW , Katherine ( Premack) DRUDGE , Thelma Lillian DYCK , Henry EDMONDS , Don ENNS , Nellie FAST , Anton ( Tony) K. FENBY , Tracy Dawn FERGUSON , James ( Jim) Leslie FERREIRA , Francisco Soares FLECK , Alice FOURNIER , Joseph ( Joe) Narcisse ( Tomahawk) GINSBERG , Berte GOSSELIN , Roland ( Rollie) GREGOIRE , Paul GRISWOLD , Alvin ( Al) William HANSEN , Lloyd HIEBERT ( nee HAMM), Judith ( Judy) Caroline HUNTER , May HUNTER , Timothy Dean HUTLET ( nee RIGAUX), Magdalena Judith JANZEN , Matilda JEFFERS , John Shields JOHNSON , Leonard JONES , Kenneth Harry KILFOYLE ( GERAK), Rosalie Pauline KNIGHT ( nee CHRISTIE), Yvonne KOSARY , Jeno Barna KREITZ , Florence Edith LAFORGE , Robert LAIVEY , Joseph ( JoJo) LEDD ( LEDUCHOWSKI), Murray Francis LINDSAY ( nee FORTUNE), Rose LOCKIE ( nee MACKAY), Catherine Anne LYONS ( nee BELL), Shelagh O’Neil MACCALLUM ( nee DAVIES), Alma ( Edith) MACDONALD , Norma MANN , David MAZUR , Peter John MCAULEY , Rodney Walter MCDIARMID , Joy Suzanne MCKELLER , Geraldine MCKENZIE ( nee GARRAWAY), Florence ( Gwenn) MCNAMEE , Robert ( Bob) MCVICAR ( nee IRVINE), Muriel MINUK , Sam MUIR , Robert James MUTCHMOR , Donald M. OLIPHANT , Robert ( Barclay) PACKULAK , Therese PAGE ( nee SENOW), Frances Agnes PORADA ( nee ZYGMUNT), Rozalia RAMSAY ( nee SKELTON), Judith Alice RECHIK , Roy REID , W. H. Gordon RICE , Thomas J. RICHARDS ( nee SOLOMON), Rosslyn Louise RIOUX , Maurice Edmond ROY ( nee GALLOWAY), Lillian ROZAK , Walter SAWKA ( nee BARTA), Rose Helen SCALETTA , Elsabeth Joan SCHOOFS , William ( Bill) Joseph SENKO , Lena SHOOMAN , Abraham SIEMENS , Dorothy SILVA , Jose Antonia SIMPSON ( nee KURTZ), Marie Barbara SINCLAIR , Joan ( Connie) SISSON ( nee WOOD), Peggie SMITH ( nee KILMER), Marion Edith SMITH , Robert ( Bob) Norris STEINHAUER , Herbert Gordon TATARYN ( nee CALIGUERE), Mary THOMPSON ( nee BIETTE), Barbara Ann TSOURAS ( nee GROUMOUTIS), Panayiota VIS , Peter WALKER , Wes WEBINGER , Anna WILKINSON ( nee WOYCHYSHYN), Bertha WINCHERA , Brian Joseph WRIGHT , Gladys Notices may not appear in alphabetical order. JOYCE AUDREY BALDOKE Peacefully, in the presence of family, on Friday, September 4, 2015 at Victoria General Hospital, Joyce passed away at the age of 89 years. Joyce was born on March 18, 1926 in Bournemouth, England and immigrated to Canada in March, 1946. She was predeceased by her husband Rudy in 1999. Mum is survived by her daughters, Audrey ( Cliff) Schmidt and June; son David ( Donna); and grandchildren, Christopher and Lindsay. The family would like to thank the emergency and 4N staff at Victoria General Hospital for their excellent care and support. Cremation has taken place. A private family interment has taken place in Brookside Cemetery. 204- 586- 8044 TEST TEST Ask the Funeral Director 204- 668- 3151 voyagefuneralhome. com Question: After cremation, what can I do with the ashes? Answer: An excerpt from the Province of Manitoba summarizes your options: 1) Purchase a compartment ( niche) in a columbarium 2) Purchase a lot in a cemetery 3) Scatter in a cemetery, with the permission of the cemetery owner 4) Scatter on private land, with the consent of the owner 5) Scatter on unoccupied provincially owned Crown land or water ( including provincial parks) without government consent. New Policy: “ Human remains that have been properly cremated may be scattered on unoccupied provincially owned Crown land or water ( which includes provincial parks) without the formal consent of government. Care should be taken to ensure that ashes are not scattered near drinking water or recreational water activities like swimming.” Here are some considerations with respect to these options. * Cemetery property includes fees which vary depending on which cemetery is selected and their own in- house rules. * The purchase of an urn is not mandatory ( at Voyage Funeral Home). * You can also keep the cremated remains in your own care in your home and any container can be used as an urn. * You can transport them out of country by following the shipping requirements that pertain to the location. Mike Vogiatzakis ROSE ANNE BAEHNK ( nee HYKAWY) Her will stayed strong even once her body could not. Mom lost her three year battle with cancer on September 6, 2015. Rose was born in Gimli on April 19, 1948 to Anne Bobrowich and Andrew Hykawy. After growing up in West St. Paul, she married Hans Harald Baehnk in 1972 and moved to St. Andrews, where they raised their family. Rose has been a devoted wife, mom, grandma, sister and friend, bringing joy to those she met and always caring for others before thinking of herself. Rose was a hairdresser, saleswoman, housewife and volunteer, as well as a soul mate, confidant, driver, teacher, coach and tough outspoken supporter that was always in your corner. She is survived by her sons, Darryl and Dennis ( Kimberly); grandson Austin; and brothers, Ken and Tim Hykawy, and families. A special thanks to the staff of CancerCare and Selkirk Hospital for their help on mom’s last journey. Memorial service to take place at Gilbart Funeral Home, 309 Eveline St., Selkirk, on Thursday, September 17 at 10: 00 a. m. Gilbart Funeral Home, Selkirk in care of arrangements. www. gilbartfuneralhome JERRY BASS Jerry Bass passed away on August 16, 2015 suddenly and unexpectedly. He was predeceased by his beloved wife Rhona Bass ( nee Watt) and by his parents Marion and Teddy Bass. He will be forever loved and remembered by his children Marisa Hochman, Celene Bass, Miles Bass, his son- inlaw David Hochman, and his grandchildren Lev, Nathan and Naomi Hochman, Shai and Jessica Bass. Jerry was a devoted son, husband and father. He was also a lifelong learner with many varied pursuits and interests, including efforts in teaching and publishing, and hobbies such as collecting and restoring antiques. Later in life he developed the amazing ability to conquer the world of technological gadgets. He was in many of these things completely self- taught. Dad was truly a family man. Family ( our immediate little nuclear family) was everything to him. Everything he did was for us - he gave us everything he had to give. He took care of us all and always and will live in our hearts forever. A funeral service was held at the Etz Chayim Synagogue on Monday, August 17, 2015. Donations can be made to the Jewish Federation of Winnipeg PJ Library Fund, ( 204) 480- 7559. ALDA BONI BLAINE Alda passed away September 3, 2015 aged 95 years. Darin Hoffman, Funeral Director, in care of arrangements. Mosaic Funeral Chapel, 1839 Inkster Blvd., ( 204) 275- 5555 www. mosaicfunerals. ca TEST TEST BERNICE BONI ( nee DECOCK) 1930 - 2015 It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Bernice Boni on Sunday, September 6, 2015 at the age of 85 years. Bernice will be lovingly remembered and dearly missed by her children, John ( Deborah) Boni, Dianne Cardinal, Walter ( Nancy) Boni; six grandchildren, Lora ( Kelly) Pickard, Heather ( Dan) Jones, Lisa ( Ben) Poggemiller, Carrie ( Brendin) Berndsen, Allison and Michael Boni; and five greatgrandchildren, Kate and Colson Pickard, Owen and Grady Jones and Abigail Poggemiller. Bernice was predeceased by her husband John ( 2004) and son- in- law Ken Cardinal ( 1997). Bernice was born in Winnipeg where she resided her entire life. She married her beloved husband John and spent 56 years of happily married life with him raising their three children. Bernice was a loving and devoted mother, grandmother and great- grandmother. She was a very caring and compassionate person who was always willing to lend a helping hand. She enjoyed spending time with her family and we will always cherish her sense of humour. Mom loved to cook and bake and often provided delicious “ care” packages for the family. She loved to sew, crochet and craft. Every Christmas the family waited with great anticipation to see what new craft decoration would be on their present. Mom’s other passion was listening and dancing to music. She would put everyone to shame on the dance floor. The family would like to thank the staff of the D1 unit of Concordia Place for their compassionate care and support of Bernice. Cremation has taken place and a private family service was held. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Bernice’s name to the Concordia Foundation Inc., 1095 Concordia Avenue, Winnipeg, MB, R2K 3S8. Family and friends may sign a Book of Condolence at www. glenedenmemorial. ca Glen Eden Funeral Home & Cemetery 204- 338- 7111 LENA BATENCHUK 1915 - 2015 Always Remembered, Never Forgotten With great sadness, the family wishes to announce the passing of Mom on Monday, September 7, 2015. Mom had 99 years of loving life. Mom was predeceased by her husband Joseph and son Roy. Left to mourn Mom’s passing are Cliff, Ray ( Fran), Ken ( Lynn), Bill ( Hazel) and Don ( Pat). Mom was born on the farm in Stuartburn, MB. Mom moved to Winnipeg where she met Dad and they married. They had six sons. They were the love of her life. Mom loved life. She enjoyed being outside in her garden and greatly enjoyed all her flowers. Mom loved all her children, grandchildren and great- grandchildren. All too numerous to mention. Services will be held on Monday, September 14, 2015 at St. Vital Parish Church on Pembina Hwy. Viewing will begin at 12: 30 p. m. with service at 1: 00 p. m. Father Barry Schoonbaret presiding. Interment to follow immediately afterwards at Thomson “ In the Park” Cemetery, 1291 McGillivray Boulevard. Pallbearers will be Mom’s sons and grandsons Barret. Honorary Pallbearer will be her son Cliff. The family wishes to thank the nurses and aides of unit 3 at Charleswood Care Centre. Rest in Peace THOMSON “ IN THE PARK” 204- 925- 1120 Condolences may be sent to www. thomsoninthepark. com LAJOS BATA With sadness we announce the passing of Lajos Bata on September 5, 2015 at Seven Oaks Hospital at 91 years of age. Lajos leaves to cherish his memory his daughter Ilona ( Joe); grandchildren, Angela ( Glenn) and Dennis ( Colleen); as well as greatgrandchildren, Ashlinn, Darin, Brittaney and Christian. Lajos and his family emigrated from former Yugoslavia for a better life and stronger future for the family. Dad was a proud war veteran and he loved playing cards at the Hungarian Hall with his friends. He had a special bond with his greatgrandchildren and loved his family immensely. He is now at home in Heaven and will remain in our hearts forever. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Monday, September 14 at 10: 00 a. m. at St. Anthony of Padua Parish, 250 Burrin Ave. In lieu of flowers, a donation in Lajos Bata’s name can be made to a charity of your choice. RONALDO ANTONIO BAYLON Ronaldo passed away September 1, 2015 aged 42 years. Darin Hoffman, Funeral Director, in care of arrangements. Mosaic Funeral Chapel, 1839 Inkster Blvd., ( 204) 275- 5555 www. mosaicfunerals. ca TEST TEST MARGARET ( PEGGY) BARRATT After a brief illness, Mom passed away on Saturday, September 5, 2015 at the Grace Hospital at the age of 80 years. Peggy is survived by daughter Kim ( Neil); son Graham ( Margaret); granddaughter Lisa ( Preston); great- grandchildren, Kim, Travis, Wendall and Eileen; sister Barbara in Scotland and brother Willie ( Mary) in Australia. Mom was born March 27, 1935 in Edinburgh, Scotland and moved to Winnipeg in 1967 where she raised us. She enjoyed reading, jigsaw puzzles and admiring flowers. Mom enjoyed trips back to Scotland as well as to California, Australia, Hawaii and Disney World with one or more family members. At Mom’s request, there will be no Funeral Service. Many thanks to the staff at Grace Hospital for ensuring her comfort the past month. Wojcik’s Funeral Chapel, 2157 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, MB in care of arrangements 204.897.4665. For those who wish to sign Wojcik’s online Guest Book please visit our website at www. wojciksfuneralchapel. com. BARBARA MAE CANNELL ( nee HALLS) June 9, 1929 - September 3, 2015 With deep sadness, we announce the passing of Barbara Mae Cannell. She was predeceased by her husband Douglas Cannell and parents Charlotte and Philip Halls. She is survived by her daughters Janice and Andrea and son Drew ( Helen); granddaughter Brieland Rachael, and great- grandchildren Rory and Liam. Barb was born in Winnipeg where she graduated from Riverbend School ( now Balmoral Hall) in 1946 and the University of Manitoba, faculty of Interior Design in 1950. Barb married Douglas Cannell September 16, 1950. The home she and Doug built in Tuxedo, where they raised their three children, was a gathering place for the many interesting people that she and Doug loved to befriend. Their gigantic oval swimming pool was the site of many wonderful pool parties. Barb was an active and valued member of the Junior League and was very much involved in the International meeting held here. Barb was a talented artist whose artistic abilities were reflected in everything she did and contributed to her success as the fashion editor for the Winnipeg Tribune. She was a fashion model, known for her wit and style, continuing in runway shows into her 70s. She was featured in a 2010 movie about the glory days of Winnipeg fashion models as the wittiest of all the great models. In 1983, and for three successive years, Barb accompanied Doug on the excavation of the forgotten city of Rio Azul, Guatemala, where she copied many of the drawings she saw there. She and Doug were featured in National Geographic. She served as chair of the Manitoba Film Classification Board and was the President of the Progressive Conservative Winnipeg South Constituency Association for several years. She was a great fan and friend of the Hon. Jean Charest and used to read his Tarot cards when he came to town. Barb was also an excellent bridge player, a jazz fan and a lover of exotic cats. Barbara Cannell was a wonderful friend and a generous mentor to many young women who still regard her as Aunty Barb. She had elegance and style and, right up to the end, she was the interesting person in any room. She will be missed by her many friends and family. A service commemorating her life will be held on Tuesday, September 15, 2015, at 1: 00 p. m. at Thomson Funeral Chapel, 669 Broadway. In lieu of flowers, please send a donation to the Winnserve, Inc. Community Residence at 101- 960 Portage Avenue. THOMSON Funeral Chapels - 669 Broadway Avenue, Winnipeg, MB 204- 783- 7211 LARRY CHUCKREE Larry Chuckree of Russell, Manitoba passed away on Thursday, September 10, 2015 at the age of 68 years. Larry is survived by his wife Jean, children Randy, Del, Nikki and Kristy and their families. Friends are invited to join the family for a time of visitation on Monday, September 14, 2015 at 7: 00 p. m. from the Braendle- Bruce Funeral Chapel, Russell. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday, September 16, 2015 at 10: 00 a. m. from the St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church, Russell, Manitoba. Remembrances and condolences may be emailed to braendlebruce@ mts. net Braendle- Bruce Funeral Service of Russell is in care of arrangements. ( 204) 773- 2747. ELIZABETH LAURA DENYER Elizabeth passed away September 8, 2015 aged 91 years. Shawn Arnason, Funeral Director, in care of arrangements. Mosaic Funeral Chapel, 1006 Nairn Ave., ( 204) 275- 5555 www. mosaicfunerals. ca IVOR BERNARD COX Peacefully on Thursday, September 10, 2015 at the Poseidon Care Centre, Ivor passed away at the age of 90 years. Arrangements are pending with a longer notice to follow. 204- 782- 3541 www. kilcollinscremationservice. com TEST TEST OLGA ( OLLIE) CARLSTROM June 26, 1935 – September 5, 2015 It is with great sadness that we announce the unexpected passing of our Mom, sister, grandmother, great- grandmother and friend. Left to cherish her memory are her daughters, Barb, Leslie, Corinne and Patti ( Dan); her grandchildren, Adam, Colin ( Rebecca), Masataka, Jordan, Rachel and Matthew; great- granddaughter Hannah; sister Mary; and brother Orest. Mom was predeceased by her parents, former husband John and brothers, Billy and Johnny. Mom started her career with the Associated Hospitals of Manitoba as an Executive Secretary, where she met our Dad. After they were married, Mom’s career became the ultimate homemaker. Her life centered around her four daughters, making our home truly a special place. When she wasn’t cooking or baking, she could be found sewing, knitting, crocheting and working on any other craft you could imagine. She was an avid gardener, and also enjoyed watching football and hockey. Christmas was her most favourite time of the year and she absolutely went above and beyond to make the holidays very special for our family. Christmas Eve was her time to enjoy serving her endless homemade appetizers and baking. Family and friends would gather at Mom’s to take part in the laughter and traditions she created. In addition to raising her family, Mom worked various part- time jobs, with her last job being at the Pizza Hut for 13 years. Just prior to retirement, Mom suffered a stroke in 2000. She overcame many obstacles and learned to walk and talk again. She was able to live at her home until the last couple of years, then moved to Kiwanis Courts and lived as independently as she could. Although she had many health challenges over the last 15 years, she managed them with much strength and determination. During our Mom’s recent stay at the Grace Hospital, we would like to thank all the staff involved in her care and to those who advocated to find the cause of her complex illness, especially Dr. Hamedani, Dr. Chisick and Dr. Wiatrowski. Words cannot express how much we appreciate their care, compassion and determination, giving Mom the potential to overcome her ailment. In times of despair, they gave us hope. Despite ongoing health concerns, Mom never complained once and was a true fighter until the end. She gave us the “ thumbs up” for the last opportunity to overcome her battle. Respecting Mom’s wishes, cremation has taken place. A celebration of life will be held on Thursday, September 17, 2015 from 5: 00 p. m. to 7: 00 p. m. at Neil Bardal Funeral Centre, 3030 Notre Dame Ave. A private family interment will be held prior to the service. Mom, Your life was a blessing, Your memory a treasure. You are loved beyond words, And missed beyond measure. We Love You NEIL BARDAL FUNERAL CENTRE 204- 949- 2200 neilbardalinc. com LANCE CHRISTOPHER DADEY November 4, 1964 - September 3, 2015 Lance was born in Winnipeg but after university travelled widely, living with his spouse and creative partner Rebekah Roy in Paris, Montreal, Toronto and Oxford, before settling in London, England. Although he was originally a drama student, Lance’s talents ranged as widely as his travelling. He directed and wrote plays, composed and created soundtracks, and was a software designer and coder. After working as a programmer in both Canada and England, Lance then took up photography, and in a brief time became known, under the name Christopher Dadey, as one of the top catwalk and fashion photographers in London, England. His work was published in a wide variety of magazines and newspapers, including GQ, Vogue, Elle and The Guardian. Lance always foregrounded his work rather than himself; personally, he was quiet and private, and his keen intelligence was accompanied by a kind, gentle and generous nature that endeared him to friends and made clients eager to work with him. Lance is predeceased by his mother Anne and missed by his wife Rebekah, his father Alex and stepmother Jeannette, his brother Bruce, sister- in- law Kym- Su and niece Zosha, his father- in- law Ranjan, mother- in- law Margaret and brother- in- law Julian, and a host of relatives and friends, including his stepsiblings, Michelle, Jeannine, Roger, Gerald and Robert. Lance passed away suddenly, with many projects and dreams yet to pursue. We will miss him painfully but cherish the memories and work he left with us. A celebration of his life will take place at a later date. KENNETH ( KATLA) DANIELSON With sadness the family regrets to announce the tragic passing of Kenneth ( Katla) Danielson on Monday, September 7, 2015 at 35 years of age. She leaves to cherish her memory her loving wife and children, along with extended family. Cremation has taken place and a service celebrating her life will be held Monday, September 14 at 11: 00 a. m. in the chapel of Voyage Funeral Home, 220 Hespeler at Henderson Hwy. TEST WFP, 20150912,, 30, A, 1 - Requested Fri Sep 11 18: 02: 21 2015 - Job 586477678

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