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McKENZIE: Brian James McKenzie, of Brandon, Manitoba, passed away peacefully with his family by his side, at the Brandon Regional Health Centre, on Saturday, December 19, 2015. Brian was born in Winnipeg, MB on February 14, 1942. During his early life, he lived in Winnipeg, Brandon and Saskatoon, receiving his education in Saskatoon at Wilson School and City Park Collegiate, graduating in 1960. Brian worked for the Bank of Commerce until 1967, at which time he started employment with Pacific Petroleums (Petro-Canada), spending 26 years as a Territory Manager in Calgary, Kamloops, Penticton, Winnipeg and Brandon. After retirement, he worked for several other companies in sales. Brian was a proud member of the Associated Canadian Travellers in Kamloops, Penticton, Winnipeg and Brandon. He enjoyed playing golf and bowling. Brian is survived by his wife Helen, son Bradley (Mary) of Bangkok, Thailand, son David (Vivian) of Tuktoyaktuk, NWT and brother Colin (Barbara) of Victoria, B.C. He was predeceased by his parents. A Celebration of Brian’s Life will be held at the Brockie Donovan Chapel, 332-8th Street, on Monday, December 28, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. Donations in Brian’s memory may be made to the Brandon Humane Society, 2200-17th Street East, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 7M6.
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PICKETT: Inga Edele (née Pedersen) passed away peacefully in her sleep at her residence, Fairview Home, on Friday, December 18, 2015, at the age of 92 years. A Funeral Service will be held at Central United Church, 327- 8th Street; on Saturday, January 16, 2016 at 1:00 p.m. Flowers are gratefully declined. Donations in memory of Inga may be made to Central United Church, 327- 8th Street, Brandon, MB, R7A 3X5. Complete obituary information to follow.
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PHILLIPS: With sadness we announce the passing of John Harold Phillips on December 11, 2015. John was born on October 21, 1918 on the family farm, SE 22-12-19 RM of Elton to Jack and Laura Phillips. He passed away at the Rest Haven Personal Care home in Steinbach, MB, December 11, 2015 at 97 years of age. John is survived by his loving wife of 69 years, Margaret (nee Burch), children Floyd (Sandra), Velma Perry (Dave), Wanda Waldner (Moses), Rheta White (Reid), and Murray (Pam); grandchildren Kirk, Lori, Robyn, John, Susan, Nathan, Shandee, Ladonna, Wesley, Jaime, Scott, Christine, Michael, Lance, Ryan; 14 great- grandchildren; sister Rena Cornish and numerous extended family. John grew up on the family farm, went to school at Mount Vernon, starting at 4 years of age and quitting after Grade 9. Dad was an excellent reader and won numerous spelling bees. He then worked on the family farm, his father’s threshing gang, and neighbouring farms. He volunteered with the Canadian Army in Feb of 1942 (1st Canadian Army, 2nd Canadian Corp, 23rd Field Regiment, 4th Armoured Division, self-propelled). Throughout the war John was sustained by his faith in God and attributed his survival, while in combat, to God’s protection. He returned to Canada December 31, 1945, and was married January 16, 1946. He was discharged February, 1946. John purchased a family farm in Elton Municipality and farmed with Margaret until he moved to Brandon in 2010. In 2013, he moved to Steinbach to be in personal care and to be close to his daughter. Dad drove school bus for the Rolling River SD for 13 years forming many strong relationships with the students he transported. John was a strong Christian who served as an elder, usher and Sunday School teacher for many years. John was always willing to lend a hand to anyone and saw the potential in everyone. He was predeceased by his parents Jack and Laura (nee Lobb), brothers Robert and Gilbert, sisters Mabel Lang and Pearl Shelvey, and one granddaughter Laura Perry. The Ceremony to Celebrate John's Life took place at Memories Chapel on Tuesday, December 15, 2015. Pastor Len Smith, of Bethel Christian Assembly, officiated. Interment followed at the Brandon Cemetery. Donations in memory of John may be made to ERDO, 2450 Milltower Court, Mississauga, ON L5N 5Z6.
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NYLEN: Anne Nylen, of Erickson, passed away with family by her side on December 10th at the age of 95. Anne was youngest daughter of Daniel and Eva Olenick of Souris. As a young woman she worked at Clear Lake and at the outset of the war went to work for Canada Car in an air plane factory. Later in life she had a lengthy career at Brugger Insurance. Anne married Axel Nylen in 1948 and they lived in Brandon where they raised their three children; Daniel, Mary Anne and Robert. Anne is survived by her children; Dan (Lonney), Mary Anne (Paul), Bob (Betty). Anne had five grandchildren; Rob, Carrie, Kristi, Kirk and Kendra, and 16 great grandchildren. She is also survived by brother-in-law Ken (Joan) Nylen, and sister-in-law Della Nylen and many nieces and nephews. Anne was a member the Canadian Order of Foresters, Woman’s Institute, South Ditch Lake Co-Op Board, and Erickson Lutheran Church. Anne was predeceased by all of her siblings, her first husband Axel (1962), her second husband Milton Holmes (1974), and grandson Jason. A celebration of her life was held on Monday December 14th at Erickson Lutheran Church and officiated by Rev. Jim Vickers. Donations in memory of Anne can be made to The Palliative Care Unit at the Minnedosa Hospital.
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KASPICK: It is with heavy hearts we announce the passing of Benjamin (Benny) Kaspick on Friday, December 11, 2015 at his residence Rideau Park Personal Care Home. Benny was born on January 29, 1926 in RM of Rosedale. He was predeceased by his loving wife, Elsie; parents Frank and Helen; brother Henry; sisters Kay Slobodian, Isla Rogerson, Irene Buchanan; sisters-in-law Evelyn Kaspick and Joyce Kaspick; brother-in-law Mac Slobodian. Benny married Elsie Johnston on May 22, 1954. To this union they were blessed with five children: son Dennis (Frances), daughter Donna (Murray) Smith, son Garnet (Suzanne Richard), daughter Leann (Grant) Vickers, daughter Lisa Kaspick (Garry Asuchak). To treasure his memory are his nine grandchildren: Brandon (Ranae), Rikki, Kristin (Kevin), Tyler (Ashleigh), Katie, Joshua, Jillian, Jorgen and Alexis. Also dear to his heart are his eight great-grandchildren: Carlie, Raven, Alyssa, Presleigh, London, Layla, Viola and Remington. He is survived by his two brothers, Jackie (Marg) and Clarence; brother-in-law Mac Buchanan and numerous nieces and nephews. Benny was raised on the family farm in Springhill, Manitoba. During his married life they lived in Riding Mountain, Hartney, Melita, Neepawa and Portage. He worked as a mechanic, manager and sales person all over southwestern Manitoba. He made lots of acquaintances and friends over the years. He had the gift for the gab, everywhere he went, no matter where he was, he ran into somebody he knew and engaged in lengthy conversations. Family meant the world to him. Their home was always the focal point of many family gatherings. Benny and Elsie spent many hours following their grandchildren in various academic and sporting events. Through the years, Benny and Elsie enjoyed traveling around the world, as well as camping with their kids then grand kids. After retirement, Benny and Elsie travelled all over Manitoba to attend fiddling contests and old time dancing. They met many friends as they followed that trail over the years. After the loss of Elsie in 2006, Benny moved to Riverheights Terrace located in Brandon, Manitoba. It was apparent that his mourning for her took its toll on him. In the summer of 2012, Benny had moved into Rideau Park Personal Care Home due to his failing health. Over the years, Benny had shared numerous stories with many visitors. The Funeral Service took place at Memories Chapel on Thursday, December 17, 2015, with Joe Ball officiating. Interment was held prior to the service at Evergreen Memorial Gardens, Portage la Prairie. Donations in memory of Benny may be made to the Alzheimer Society of Manitoba, Unit 4B-457 9th Street, Brandon, MB R7A 1K2.
A limb has fallen from the family tree,I keep hearing a voice that says, “Grieve not for me”.Remember the best times, the laughter, the song.The good life I lived while I was strong.Continue my heritage, I’m counting on you.Keep smiling and surely the sun will shine through.My mind is at ease, my soul is at rest.Remembering all, how I truly was blessed.Continue traditions, no matter how small.Go on with your life, don’t worry about fallsI miss you all dearly, so keep up your chin.Until the day comes we’re together again.Expressions of sympathy may be made at
JULSETH: Elsie Elizabeth Julseth, passed peacefully on Sunday, December 13, 2015 at the Wawanesa Personal Care Home. She was 90. In accordance with Elsie's wishes, there will be a private memorial on Dad's birthday next year. Complete obituary to follow.
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POLNICK: On Saturday, November 28, 2015, Christine Polnick passed away at the Brandon Regional Health Centre. Born on January 10, 1926 in Lubien, Poznan, Poland, Christine's education and childhood were cut short when she was taken from her home by the German Army, being forced to labour on a farm in Germany. After the war ended, Christine worked at a refugee camp as a secretary processing people to new destinations. In 1947, Christine immigrated to Canada with a group of other young Polish women, eventually getting by rail to North Brandon, where she thought they were in Siberia. She obtained work at the Mental Hospital in Brandon, and worked as an aide until retirement in 1987. Christine was courted by Joseph Polnick and they were married in 1948. That union brought their daughter Josephine, brightening both Joe and Chris’ lives. After renting a home, Joe with his friends, built their forever home, which Chris maintained meticulously with great pride. Josie married John Chumola in 1969, expanding the family. Chris embraced all the Chumola and Slobodian members as her own. Jeff was born in 1970, followed by Jason two years later, changing Chris’ priorities, dwelling in the love of her grandsons. Remaining to cherish the memory of Chris are son-in-law John Chumola, grandchildren Jeffrey Chumola, Jason (Nicole) Chumola; great- grandchildren Jacob and Taylor; nephews Ken, Terry, Bob Polnick and their families. She also leaves close friends Helen (Don) Scribner, Ann Chumola and neighbour Cecille. She was predeceased by her parents, brothers and sisters in Poland, her mother-in-law and father- in-law, husband Joseph and daughter Josephine “Josie” Chumola. The Funeral Service took place at Memories Chapel on Friday, December 4, 2015. Very Rev. Sr. Jerzy Urbanski of St. Joseph’s Polish National Catholic Church officiated. Pallbearers were Jeff, Jason, John Chumola, Bert Perey, Don Scribner and Terry Polnick. Interment followed at the Brandon Cemetery. Donations in memory of Christine may be made to the St. Joseph’s Polish National Catholic Church, 1111 Assiniboine Avenue, Brandon, MB R7A 0G9 or to a charity of choice.
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HOTEL: Mary E. Hotel, widow of the late Glen Hotel, passed away peacefully and surrounded by the love her family at her residence, Country Meadows Personal Care Home, Neepawa, Manitoba on December 7, 2015 at the age of 88 years. Her memory is cherished by her children Joanne Vinthers (Keith), Sharon McCreath (Bob), Cameron Hotel (Diane Kullberg), six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren Shaun Vinthers, (Morgan, Nora and Sloane), Stacey Vinthers (Tatem Anderson), Pam Hamilton (Andrew and Brantley), Derek McCreath (Melanie and Marlow), Lauren Hotel (Kevin Miller) and Blair Hotel (Cecile Corriveau). Predeceased by brothers and sisters-in-law, Gordon (Edna), Morris (Audrey), Edwin (Ted) and Don, mom is also survived by two sisters-in-law Grace Hay (Winnipeg), Edith Hay (Minnedosa), and several nieces and nephews.Born on the family farm at Austin, MB on April 27, 1927 mom completed her schooling at Sight Hill School #563 and Austin High School, after which she attended Success Business College in Winnipeg. She obtained employment at Confederation Life and subsequently returned to MacGregor where she worked at the Bank of Montreal, helped dad and his parents when they ran the BA Service Station and as the secretary at MacGregor Collegiate Institute. When the family moved to Brandon, mom obtained employment at Brandon University where she worked in the Alumni, Personnel and Controller’s offices for 15 years, retiring in 1986. Mom and dad took great pride in their yard and gardens at our family home on 22nd street, each year tweaking the perennial beds with new roses or lilies, tending to a fruit tree or adding another row of something that could be snipped for cut flowers that always seemed to be present in mom’s living room. Her hospitable nature and love of hosting family gatherings and entertaining guests was well known and mom was never happier than when the family was all there around the dining room table with kids running the hallways. She loved to cook and bake the comfort foods that now instantly bring back memories of those great days getting together at our family home. She was well known for her cinnamon buns, pies and tarts that would melt in your mouth and for having an extensive variety of treats on hand at all times to be sure that everyone’s taste was satisfied. Mom was quick to whip up a pie, a pan of buns or a pot of soup and show up at your door if you’d been ill had experienced a loss in your family or if she’d simply heard that you might need picking up in some way. Her caring nature and capacity to just listen to your story would have been enough but having that compassion accompanied by one of her treats never went amiss. Mary’s creative side included her love of music, photography, oil and water color painting and she had a real gift for being able to express her thoughts through writing. Our home was always filled with music whether she was playing her piano or organ, listing to CDs or dancing in the living room with dad. Sunday drives back to familiar homesteads or simply wherever the road took them gave mom the chance to take pictures of trees, fields, birds, clouds, animals or old buildings and those pictures then often became the subject of a painting. If you were lucky, one of those images may have graced the front of a card that she had made especially for your birthday, anniversary or other special occasion. Her ability to string words together meant that she was often called on by co-workers, fraternal Eastern Star colleagues or by friends to put some words together for a song, a skit or to commemorate a special event and we cherish all the special messages that she tailored especially to each occasion. Mom’s greatest joys truly were her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Both mom and dad were avid followers of their sporting, school and extra-curricular activities and were extraordinarily proud of their school and university gradations, career choices and successes. We have been so fortunate that mom got to know her four great grandchildren and she loved nothing more than to get right down on the floor with these babies to watch them on their play mats or to talk to them right on their level. Her eyes simply sparkled when she could impart her love for them in this manner. Mom moved to Country Meadows Personal Care Home in Neepawa a couple of years ago and enjoyed her time there. She took up painting again, mostly working in water colors and she was only too happy to show her latest creations to staff and visitors. She was a regular attender at “Wonderful Wednesdays” where she enjoyed the piano music and sing alongs of war time songs. A consummate Toronto Blue Jays fan, she could be found on any given night, ball cap on, official program in hand, in front of her TV cheering on her team. Sunday nights were reserved for her 7:00 p.m. date with Lawrence Welk! We want to acknowledge the outstanding care that mom received at Country Meadows from staff who always treated her with dignity, respect and compassion. You are special individuals who will always hold a place in our hearts. A celebration of Mary’s life took place on Wednesday, December 16, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. at the Austin & District Community Hall, Austin, Manitoba. Interment will take place in Austin Cemetery at a later date. If friends to wish, memorial donations can be made to Country Meadows Personal Care Activities Fund or a charity of choice. White’s Funeral Home, Neepawa, MB in care of arrangements.
Rest easy mom – you’ll be forever loved.
ROMANIK: Emily Romanik of Hillcrest Place, Brandon, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, December 16, 2015 with her family at her side, at the age of 89 years. Emily was born in Brandon on October 9, 1926, the oldest of twin daughters to Laura and Theodore Simbalist. Emily was a "Brandon girl" leaving only when her husband's job had them move away for brief periods of time. Emily was a very active and devoted member at St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Church. She spent many years as a member of the church choir where her husband, Peter, was the Cantor and she was actively involved in the Ladies Club where she was a past President. Her hobbies included gardening, cooking and her needlepoint. Her perogy and holopchi care packages were always greatly anticipated and much appreciated. On November 20, 1948, Emily married the love of her life, Peter, and together they shared over 65 wonderful and devoted years together raising their two children and enjoying life with each other. Emily is survived by her children Gloria (Darryl) Rumsey, Steve (Bev) Romanik, grandchildren Adam and Myles Rumsey, Mike (Robin) Romanik, Jennifer (Paul) McBeth and Jon (Sarah) Romanik. Emily was blessed with five wonderful great grandchildren Jayden, Josh, Chloe, Cora and Georgia. Emily was predeceased by her husband Peter, parents, brothers Sylvester and Monsignor Anthony Simbalist, sisters Mary, Isabelle, Anne and Jean. The family would like to thank the nursing staff at Hillcrest Place for the care and compassion Mom received during her time there. Divine Liturgy will be held at St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Church, 927 Assiniboine Avenue on Monday, December 21, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. with Father Michael Tkachuk as Celebrant, assisted by Cantor, Stella Fedeniuk. In lieu of flowers, a donation to the Multiple Sclerosis Society, 457-9th Street, Brandon, MB, R7A 4A9, would be greatly appreciated.
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RONEY: Evelyn, 89 years, beloved wife of the late Earle Roney, passed away in the Souris Health Centre on Friday, December 18, 2015. Funeral service will be held early in the new year (notifications will be posted). In memory of Evelyn, donations may be made to the Souris Hospital Palliative Care c/o Prairie Mountain Health Box 10, Souris, Manitoba R0K 2C0, to the Victoria Park Lodge c/o Municipality of Souris-Glenwood Box 518 Souris, Manitoba R0K 2C0 or a charity of your choice. Kowalchuk’s Funeral Home, Souris, in care of arrangements. Expression of sympathy may be made at
ROSS: It is with much sadness that the family announces the passing of James Gordon Ross of Edmonton, Alberta on November 17, 2015. Gordon grew up in Chater, Manitoba. He is survived by his wife and family of Edmonton.Three sons and a daughter and their families, his mother Florence Dennis of Edmonton and one brother and family of Edmonton, one brother and family of Brandon, Manitoba.
TREMBATH: Allen Wayne Trembath, 71, passed away on December 8, 2015 at The Health Science Centre, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. He was born on April 17, 1944 in Crystal City, Manitoba to Cecil and Thelma Trembath. Wayne grew up in Franklin and he graduated from Neepawa Area Collegiate in 1962. His university career began at the University of Winnipeg, but moved to the University of Brandon where he balanced his education with raising a young family and being a student minister responsible for four charges. With his university graduation, Wayne received a Silver medal in political science and moved on to becoming a high school teacher in Plumas and Gladstone. Eventually, he moved the family to Winnipeg and worked for Sears Canada in several executive positions that ultimately ended up in an eastward move to the National Headquarters in Toronto, Ontario. After 25 years of Excellent Service with Sears Canada, Wayne retired. Not one to sit idle, Wayne enjoyed retirement for years with a part time committment in Lee Valley Tools and bee keeping. Wayne married Sharon Rose Radford in 1964 in Neepawa, Manitoba. They were happily married for 51 years. His hobbies involved expressing his creative side: carpentry, home renos, and landscaping his forest-sized yard. His passions (politics, golf, poetry, and his family) were obvious is almost every decision he made and his love (Sharon) motivated his every action. For Wayne, every situation had a choice, every decision had to be owned and sacrifice was a part of being human. Wayne is survived by his spouse Sharon; his children, Todd, Shawn, Ian and Rekha; his daughter-in-laws, Kirsten, Deanna, and Miki and his son-in-law, Yancy; his 9 grandchildren; his 3 sisters, Merle Gwyer, Joan Wilkinson, and Sherrill Carrier; and his brother-in-laws, Rich Carrier, Bob, Graeme, and David Radford. He was predeceased by his parents, Cecil and Thelma and his brother-in-law, G. Gwyer. It hurts knowing that you are no longer with us. We are not done learning from you.
We miss you.
TULLY: Vivian Irene Tully (nee Hewitt) passed away peacefully on Friday, December 11, 2015 at the age of 95 in Brandon, MB. Irene was born on the family farm near Carlyle, SK on February 9, 1920 to Robert Alexander Hewitt and Edith Florance Hewitt (nee Sellars). Predeceased by her husband Harry in 2013, her mother in 1932, her father in 1969, brothers -- Loy Hewitt in 2001, Russell Hewitt in 2003, Doug Hewitt in 2010, her sisters Evelyn Finnie in 1999 and Hazel Perry in 2008 and her step-mother Edith P. B. Hewitt in 2013. Loving mother of Lorna Smith (Don) of Brandon and Don Tully (Louise) of Wakefield, QC. Cherished grandmother of Bradley Smith, Jared Smith (Sandra), Raegen Tully (Mark) and Aaron Tully (Anne), and great-grandmother of Autumn and Nia Smith. Sister of Roberta Richardson. She will also be missed by many extended relatives and friends. Irene spent her early years on the family farm near Carlyle, SK. She received most of her education at Green Hill country school and then a school in Carlyle. Irene was eleven years of age when her mother passed away in 1932. This resulted in Irene (the oldest girl in the family) being responsible at this young age to help with many of the household tasks. In 1934 her father married Edith Taylor of Nesbitt, MB. Due to drought and crop failures the family moved to Nesbitt, MB in 1937 and they continued to farm on rented land. Irene attended school for two years in Nesbitt, completing her Grade 10. She worked as a housekeeper in a number of homes in the Nesbitt area and at Avery’s grocery store. Irene then moved to Winnipeg where she lived with an aunt and uncle and worked in their grocery store. After a period of time she went to work at the Cordite Plant in Transcona (Winnipeg). Irene, along with a girlfriend, ventured off to Ontario where she worked at various jobs in Malton (Brampton), including Victory Aircraft and Loblaws. Irene moved to Brandon in 1947 and began working at Eaton’s department store where she remained for a number of years. She met Harry Tully and they were married in Brandon on November 16, 1949. They lived in a suite and bought their first house on 3rd Street in Brandon. Harry and Irene’s daughter, Lorna, was born in 1950 and their son, Don, was born in 1952. The family moved in 1965 to 11th Street East and Irene began to work at the Brandon General Hospital as a nurse’s aide and a respiratory technologist until 1976. In addition to working outside the home for many years, Irene took great pride in being a “homemaker”. She spent a great amount of time cooking and baking for her family, preserving home-grown vegetables and fruit, and making wedding cakes for a number of people. In her spare time, Irene enjoyed knitting, sewing and crafts. Irene, Harry and family spent a lot of time visiting relatives in Winnipeg and SK, as well as at the Hewitt family cottage at Carlyle Lake, SK in the summer. They also made many trips to the Ottawa area to visit their son, Don, and his family and to Georgetown, ON and Vernon, BC to visit Irene’s sisters. Irene and Harry never had the desire to travel to “far-off places” in other countries but after Harry’s retirement they took two more extensive trips that they enjoyed very much -- a bus tour of eastern Canada, including the Atlantic provinces and a cruise to Alaska. Irene and Harry were long-time attendees of St. Paul’s and Central United Church in Brandon and Irene was an active member of the United Church Women (UCW) group. Irene and Harry took great pleasure in their time spent as members of the Sunshine Club and the East End and South End Community Centre seniors' groups. They took every opportunity to play their favourite card game of cribbage. Irene and Harry also enjoyed weekly “day trips” with friends exploring the back roads and towns of rural Manitoba. Harry and Irene moved to Lion’s Manor in June 2005. Irene moved to Fairview Nursing Home in November 2008. A special thank you to staff of Fairview who provided care over the years. The Celebration of Irene's Life will take place at Memories Chapel, 330 18th Street North, on Saturday, December 19, 2015 (TODAY) at 1:30 p.m. with Rev. Ken Delisle officiating. A reception will follow the ceremony at Memories Chapel. Irene will be laid to rest in a private ceremony with her husband Harry at Rosewood Memorial Gardens. Donations in memory of Irene may be made to the Alzheimer’s Society of Manitoba, Unit 4B - 457 9th Street, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 1K2 or to a charity of one’s choice.
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WAINWRIGHT: Muriel Jean Wainwright passed away with family by her side on December 14, 2015 at the Brandon Regional Health Centre. Muriel was born on November 8, 1923 in Treherne to Richard and Pearl Hector. She was raised and went to school in Wawanesa, MB. She enlisted in the Air Force during WWII. Muriel married Harold (Sparky) and had four children. She was a stay at home mom who enjoyed baking and knitting. She adored her grandchildren and great grandchildren. There were always treats for them - even after moving into Dinsdale Personal Care Home. Muriel is survived by daughter Cheryl (Don), son Richard (Joan), eight grandchildren and fourteen great grandchildren. She is also survived by two sisters, Allene (Ted) Douglas and Earla Blackwell as well as many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband Harold (January 2015), sons James (December 2003) and David (August 2008) and her sister Lorna Marsh (July 2001). A private family service will be held in the spring of 2016. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Muriel may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 415-1st Street, Brandon, MB, R7A 3N9 or the Dinsdale Personal Care Home, 510-6th Street, Brandon, MB, R7A 3N9.
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KOVERSKY: Peter Steve Koversky. Peter died December 16, 2015 at the Boissevain Health Centre, Boissevain, Manitoba at the age of 87 years.Public Graveside will be held Saturday, December 19, 2015 at the Boissevain Cemetery, Boissevain, Manitoba at 2:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers donations in memory of Pete may be made to the Boissevain Lions Club (Fishing Derby); Box 847, Boissevain, MB R0K 0E0.
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