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SHELVEY: Eva Shelvey, age 108 years of Brandon, widow of the W. Halhad Shelvey, passed away at the Valleyview Care Centre on Friday, July 19, 2013. A family graveside service will be held at the Humesville Cemetery on Wednesday, July 24, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. with Funeral Service held at Calvary Temple, 620-34th Street at 2:00 p.m. Pastor Gary Jennings will officiate. A time of fellowship and refreshment will follow the ceremony. Flowers are gratefully declined. Friends who wish may make a donation in memory of Eva the The Gideons, 501 Imperial Road, Guelph, ON N1H 7A2. Complete obituary information will follow.
Expressions of sympathy may be made at www.memorieschapel.com.
Arrangements with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 204-727-0330.
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SHAND: It is with great sadness that the family announce the passing of Dorothy Alice (Lovatt) Shand on July 15, 2013 at the age of 85. Dorothy was born on March 23, 1928 in Souris, Manitoba. Her home for the past ten years has been at Fairview Home. She leaves to mourn: her daughter Wendy; son Ron, daughter-in-law Linda; grandchildren Darcy (Amy) and Alana; precious great grandchildren Christopher, Avery and Sam; sisters-in-law Pat and Doreen and brother-in-law Art. She was predeceased by her husband Jim in 1987; her siblings Ken, Morley, Roy, Aileen, Louise, Doreen; sister-in-law Eileen; brothers-in-law Jack and Harold. The family wishes to thank the staff on third floor at Fairview for the care and respect they gave her. They were always so involved with her talking about sports, politics and her grandchildren. Everyone knew when it was curling season or the Bombers were playing that Dorothy wouldn’t be missing any of it on TV. Such great conversations over the years. Thank You. A graveside service was held at Rosewood Memorial Gardens on Thursday, July 18, 2013. Colleen Gareau officiated. The family would like to thank Vern Schneider of Memories Chapel and Colleen Gareau for their compassion during this difficult time. If family and friends should wish donations in memory of Dorothy may be made to Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation – Murray House Cancer Treatment Residence, 150 McTavish Avenue East, Brandon, MB R7A 2B3.
Expressions of sympathy may be made at www.memorieschapel.com.
Arrangements with Memories Chapel &Pre-Planning Centre, 204-727-0330.
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SAUTER: Iris (Winnifred Iris Faulkner): born July 23, 1932 at Moosomin, SK; died July 16, 2013 at Brandon, MB. Predeceased by her father William Faulkner, mother Amy Faulkner (Clay), infant son John Leslie Sauter, brother Donald Faulkner, sister Edna Nabholz and twin sister Leila Nabholz. Survived by her husband of 62 years, Les Sauter, daughters Colleen Frape and Amy Buehler, granddaughters Kristel Surcon (Frape) and Emily Buehler, grandson Andrew Frape, great- granddaughters Erica, Madison, and Mayah Surcon and Rosalyn Humphreys, as well as many nieces and nephews. Iris Sauter was a dedicated and much-loved wife, mother, grandmother and friend. She met her life partner, Les Sauter, in the late 1940s and they were married in November, 1950. Les and Iris started their family while on the Sauter family farm at Fairlight, Saskatchewan. Colleen and Amy were both born there, but Les, a WWII vet, joined the air force in 1955, and so began a decade of military life. The family lived in Manitoba and Ontario before coming back to Saskatchewan when Les returned to farming in 1964. Les and Iris bought a home in Moosomin, where it was necessary for Iris to get a job to help support her family. She became a switchboard operator for SaskTel, starting a long working career that included later employment with SaskPower, a legal firm, and two banks. During the 60s and early 70s she was able to find that balance between mom and working woman that many struggle still to find. By example, she showed her girls that is was possible to be a loving wife and mom and, at the same time, to be an independent working woman. While at SaskTel she became a union representative and negotiator, standing up for the rights of other working women. For a time, Iris and Les moved back to Fairlight, where Iris worked full time on the farm. Never weighing more than 120 pounds, she did her fair share of hard, physical work. It was a busy life, from harvesting to trucking to killing and canning chickens – all that farm work – while keeping Les fed, the house clean, and the books in order. All that time, she kept in touch with friends and family near and far, and maintained a busy social life. The many moves while Les was in the air force had left a travel bug in both Iris and Les. They enjoyed many trips to California, Florida, Arizona, Hawaii, Ontario, BC, even a trip to Europe. Often they met with old friends, and always they made new ones. They retired from the farm, living then in Moosomin and Wynyard, Saskatchewan, and Brandon Manitoba. Iris stayed busy gardening, home decorating, sewing, knitting, singing in her church choir and always keeping in touch with family and friends. Her grandchildren and great grandchildren brought tremendous joy to her life. Time spent with them was always a delight.The last years of her life were marked with illness, but she fought bravely to overcome many of the effects of a series of strokes and several operations. Her last battle was with Alzheimer’s disease. She and Les were residents together at Fairview Personal Care Home in Brandon until her death.
She was deeply loved and will be greatly missed.
The family wishes to thank the staff at Fairview Personal Care Home for their help and consideration. Anyone wishing to honour Iris’s memory may make a donation to the Alzheimer Society of Canada or Manitoba, or to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.
Messages of condolence may be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com.
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MATHERS: Lorraine Annie R.N., B.A. (nee Cummings) passed away peacefully after a short illness on April 15, 2013, in her 81st year, in hospital at Medicine Hat, Alberta. A brief graveside service will take place on Friday, July 26, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. in the Argyle Cemetery, Baldur, Manitoba, with a memorial service at Memories Chapel, 330 18th Street North, at 2:30 p.m.
Expressions of sympathy may be made at www.memorieschapel.com.
Arrangements with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 204-727-0330.
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NORTHAM: John William Northam of Rapid City passed away peacefully at the Minnedosa Personal Care Home on July 1, 2013 at the age of 90. He was a kind and gentle man who worked hard, loved his family and loved his wife until the day he died on what would have been their 64th wedding anniversary. He was predeceased by his wife Margaret 10 years ago. John was born to Bill and Iva Northam (nee Grieg), the first of three children in Alexander, Mb. The family moved shortly thereafter into Brandon where his father was employed at the Experimental Farm. He attended Park School until the age of 12 when the family moved to the McBride District to take up farming. John finished school at McBride School and continued farming with this father until he joined the RCAF ground crew in 1942. He spent most of the war in the Maritimes, Newfoundland and Labrador & Quebec. After the war he returned to farming, met & married Margaret MacDougall of Rapid City in 1949. He worked hard to provide for his family in many ways - as a farmer in the McBride area, a truck driver for Sample’s Transfer, a school bus driver for Rolling River School Division for 20 years and commissionaire for the Department of Highways. He was involved in sports throughout his life, his favorite being curling & golf. John was also an active participant in the Rapid City community, serving on many local boards and committees. He was a Life Member of the Royal Canadian Legion and a charter member of the Lions Club in Rapid City. He served 28 years on the Minnedosa Hospital Board, was President of the Rapid City Museum board for several years & was involve with United Church Board & Sunday School. Between John and Margaret, there were not many organizations within the Rapid City community they did not support whole heartedly. They were proud to raise their 6 children in Rapid City and this love of country life has been passed on to their grandchildren who spent time over the years with their grandparents. Dad’s happiest times were when all the family were home to visit. John is survived by his sisters, Edie Matthews of Richmond, B.C. & May Dallinger of Victoria, B.C., six children, Linda Black (Ken), Barb Peters (Doug), Gwen Northam, Alex Northam (Kim), Elizabeth Schmidt (Russell) & Carol Chmielnicki (Bob), 13 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. The funeral was held on July 5, 2013 at the Rapid City United Church, officiated by Barb Jardine. Pall bears were grandsons, Michael Black, William Pasieka, Justin Schmidt, Jonathan Northam and son in laws Russell Schmidt & Bob Chmielnicki. The family would like to extend thanks and gratitude to the Home Care attendants at the Townsview Manor and all those who worked and cared for Dad in the Personal Care Home in Minnedosa, who would became part of his extended family and to whom we will always be grateful. He was happy in their midst. Those wishing to make donations may do so to the Rapid City Legion #49, Box 188, the Rapid City Museum, Box 271, both at Rapid City, MB., R0K 1W0 or a charity of your choice.
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KOZAK: Helen Katherine Kozak (nee Czerkawski) passed away on Thursday, July 18, 2013 at the age eighty-nine in Fairview Home, Brandon, Manitoba with her family by her side. Helen was born on October 7, 1923 to Kathrine and Konstannty Czerkawski at Brandon, Manitoba. Raised at Pleasant Point, she married Philip Kozak on June 16, 1946 and the couple farmed, first at Brandon, then Fairfax, Manitoba before she supported Phil in his construction business in Brandon and area. Predeceased by all of her siblings: Jenny, Joseph, Emily, Julia, Stan and Walter. Helen is survived by her husband Phil, sons Ken (Trudy), Terry (Donna), Ron (Betty), her grandchildren Brent, Colin, Lawrence and Logan, sisters- in-law, Elsie (Stan) and Josie (Walter), and numerous beloved nieces and nephews and cousins, especially little Tia Czerkawski. As well as raising her family, working on the farm and driving school bus, Helen was a life long volunteer, from supporting her community events to being a member of Brandon Citizen Advocacy and finally on the improvement and planning team at Fairview Home. Helen will be long remembered and deeply missed. There will be a graveside service at 11:00 on Wednesday, July 24th at the Brandon Cemetery, followed by a gathering at Prairie Oasis Senior Centre, 241 - 8th Street, Brandon. Please, no flowers. Donations to a charity of your choice.
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KEY: Raymond Alfred. With sadness the family announces the passing of Ray Key, Monday, June 24th, 2013 at the Brandon Regional Health Centre. Dad was born March 14th, 1929. He spent most of his life in Brandon, growing up in difficult times, going to school here and playing hockey with the Brandon Elks and the Brandon Athletics. He was their goaltender. He learned early on that hard work was a necessity. He was a paper boy, usher at the theatre and grocery delivery boy earning at most two dollars a week. He worked at a garage and tire shop learning valuable skills. In 1947, he began a 42 year career with CP Rail, starting as a fireman then progressing to an engineer. He travelled far and wide to maintain his railway job and thus support his family. He worked in Winnipeg, Kenora, Thunder Bay, Minnedosa and his last 5 years he worked the mine train in Bredenbury, SK. Dad married our Mom, Doreen Ramsden in 1951 and soon after, Bill was born in 1952 and Carolyn in 1953. He was a good carpenter and built his family home which he lived in until his passing. He also built a cabin which was moved to Clear Lake. Everything he built was made with care and precision. Mostly Mom and Dad loved Sportsman’s Park at Clear Lake. They had various travel trailers over the years but in the latter years, purchased a mobile home. Here they relaxed and visited with friends and family. Dad and Mom loved fishing and Dad also loved to golf. Our family had some enjoyable camping trips to Kenora, Western Canada and the Black Hills. We also had a train trip to Vancouver and a ferry ride to Victoria. Dad was a good cook, making stew, steak, home-made fries and pan fried pickerel. He was dedicated to Mom and cared for her tirelessly during her illness and struggles. Mom passed away in 2000. After her passing Dad retreated to his home, quietly reading, watching TV and enjoying visits from family and friends. Dad’s sister, Gwen, was seven years younger and he was big-brother and protector. He enjoyed teasing her and did so right until the end. Dad was predeceased by his mother Florence Maude Key in 1955, his father, Fred Key in 1974, his step-mom Maude (Mansfield) Key in 1999 and his dear wife Doreen in 2000. He leaves to mourn his passing, son Bill Key (Aneta Kenny), daughter Carolyn (Chris) Judd, one grandchild, Pam (Joey) Beaudry, great grand-daughters Rhys and Kenadi Beaudry, sister Gwen (Orv) Vickers, nieces Linda Vickers and Brenda (Bruce) Evans, Nicole and Dustin Harland, nephew Jim (Marlene) Atkinson and other cousins and family. A celebration of Ray’s life was held Tuesday, July 2, 2013 at Memories Chapel with Rev. Laird Russell-Yearwood officiating. Interment followed at Rosewood Memorial Gardens. Donations in memory of Ray may be made to ALS Canada, 3000 Steeles Ave, Suite 200, Markham, ON, L3R 4T9 or The Kidney Foundation of Canada, Unit 1, 452 Dovercourt Dr., Winnipeg, MB, R3Y 1G4.
Expressions of sympathy may be made at www.memorieschapel.com.
Arrangements with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 204-727-0330.
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CURTIS: Mrs. Jennetta Curtis of Reston, passed away at the Willowview PCH, Reston, on Tuesday, July 16, 2013 at the age of 89. She was predeceased by her son Morley; parents, Fred & Ila Ball; sister, Lillian Arthur; three brothers, Kenneth Ball, Carman Ball and Ernie Ball; sister-in-law Helen Trail; four brothers-in-law, Frank Curtis, Harold Curtis, Lawrence Curtis, and Leo Curtis. Jennetta is survived by her husband Donald of Reston; daughter Beth (husband Mike Worthington) Curtis and their children, Ty and Shae all of Brandon; two brothers, Donald (Freda) Ball of Estevan and Bill Ball of Langley, BC; two sisters, Ethel (Ross) Curtis of Brandon and Vera Arthur of Redvers; sister-in-law Lucille Curtis of Brandon; also numerous nieces and nephews. A Funeral Service will be held at the Reston United Church, Reston, MB., on Monday, July 22, 2013 at 2:00 pm. Reverend Dwight Rutherford will officiate. Burial will follow at the Reston Cemetery. Donations may be given to the Reston & Area Foundation c/o RM of Pipestone, Box 99 Reston, MB. R0M 1X0. Arrangements in care of Redpath Funeral Home Melita 522-3361. Neil Redpath & Kurt Ardron Funeral Directors.
To send condolences to the family, please visit: www.redpathfuneralhome.com
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JACKSON: Donna Louise Jackson of Brandon, passed away in the city on Wednesday, July 17, 2013. Donna was born on August 29, 1934 to Hilda and Ray Jackson, she had two siblings, both older, Raymond and Dale. She graduated from Kelvin High and grew up in Winnipeg. Mom married at the young age of 19 to Ronald Finley and together they had five wonderful children: Wendy, David (Shelley), Ronald Craig (Susan), Barbara and Dale (Kindra). She was blessed with fifteen grandchildren: Christopher (Diane), Michael, Andrew, Rylee-Ann, Patrick, Jeffrey, Jessica, Stephen, Mitchell, Nicholas, Zachary, Hailey, Ronald- Christian, Jillian, Reed; and one great grandson, Johnathan. Once a very vibrant and energetic butterfly, Mom loved gardening and spent hours in her yard. She was a very gifted and creative artist in many talents, ceramics, sewing, knitting, and painting. In her earlier days she loved and was competitive in bridge. Donna enjoyed entertaining and being with people, music and dance, a favourite especially tap and jive. Later in life, she loved Turner Classic Movies. Even though she was quiet and content to be at home, she still dressed impeccably and loved her jewelry, always looking beautiful wherever she went, certainly eccentric! She was a lot of fun to be around with a wonderful sense of humour. Sadly she will be missed for her love of life, and all the laughter and love she gave to all who knew her. A private family service will take place at Memories Chapel. If friends so desire, donations in memory of Donna may be made to the Brandon Humane Society, 2200 17th Street East, Brandon, MB R7A 7M6.
Expressions of sympathy may be made at www.memorieschapel.com.
Arrangements with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 204-727-0330.
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CHAPMAN: Raymond Arthur.Peacefully, on the morning of July 4, 2013, Raymond (age 89), slipped away to be reunited with the love of his life, the late Edna (Wareham) Chapman and his dearly loved son, the late Murray Raymond Chapman. Raymond Arthur Chapman was born February 24, 1924, the fifth child, to Henry James (Jim) and Marjorie Chapman. Siblings: Mary, Jimmie, George, Albert, then Raymond and lastly Vernon. Raymond lived his whole life on the homeplace (NW 21-11-20, in the RM of Daly) that had been purchased and farmed by his father, Jim and Uncle Walter Chapman circa 1893. Sadly, Walter was lost in an accidental drowning at Kirkham’s Bridge. The farm work was hard, but year after year, Raymond’s father, Jim, ceaselessly demonstrated the work ethic that became forever ingrained in Raymond. Raymond thrived and excelled on the farm, which he took over when he brought his bride of June 3, 1948 (Edna Mae Wareham, daughter of Walter and Gertrude Wareham) home. A son, Murray Raymond, who was born May 5, 1949 at the Madden Nursing Home in Rivers, completed Raymond and Edna’s happy family. Many wonderful years followed, with Edna fulfilling her passion for horses by training and showing the high-stepping Hackneys, Murray, learning the lessons of the farm with his very patient and skilled father, and the whole family taking part in the rich, community life of Harrow and Kirkham’s Bridge District. Raymond often commented on the respect and deep regard he had for his friends and neighbours (‘the great district that I live in”), and how lucky he felt having spent his life in his home area. Raymond loved to hunt, play ball, fish, play cards and inevitably, to unleash a plethora of never-ending harmless jokes on family and friends. Edna would pretend to admonish Raymond, but always was laughing while doing so (“Oh, Dad, you shouldn’t have done that’!!). Murray grew up watching his father overcome obstacles that the farm presented to them, as Raymond would sketch out a tool or object that he needed, and then build or make to replace whatever was broken or missing. Raymond often joked that as he constructed any new buildings on the farm, Edna would be waiting with the paintbrush before they were hardly finished! Also, Raymond and Murray made and maintained all of the show buggies and carts, plus the horse trailer that Edna needed to transport and show her beautiful Hackneys. He humbly called himself, “just the water boy”, but without his tireless support, her hobby would certainly have been more arduous. Murray asked Joan Dennis to be his wife, and they were to be married on July 25, 1970, preparing by moving a second home onto the home place. A week before their wedding was to take place, on July 18th, traveling to a family wedding in Winnipeg, Murray, Joan, and Edna’s brother-in-law Glen McDonald’s lives were taken in a tragic vehicle accident. Edna and her sister, Bernice McDonald were seriously injured, but thankfully survived. His brother, Albert, brought Raymond, who had remained home to work, the heartbreaking news. Raymond was bowed by his grief, but he turned his focus onto his wife, Edna, and together, with the help of family and friends, continued on toward a very different future. In 1972, Ray and Edna applied for adoption and welcomed into their home a nine-year-old son, Raymond Murray. Edna developed Alzheimer’s in the 1980’s, and Ray unselfishly devoted himself to caring for his wife with the help of home care, family and neighbours for Edna’s remaining years. Edna passed away on April 23, 1998, and was laid to rest in the Brandon Cemetery beside Murray and Joan. After a celebration of his life on Tuesday, July 16th , 2013 held in the Brockie Donovan Funeral Chapel, followed by a reception at Prairie Oasis, Raymond was joined with his family. Even though Raymond faced many hardships in his life, his attitude remained very uplifting and positive. He chose to keep “the sunny side up” and often expressed his belief that “I’m still on the right side of the grass”. His courage was never-ending, as due to age, farm accidents and developing medical issues, his ability to keep up the spit and polish of the farm became more and more difficult. Towards the last, he lived in constant pain, but still declared that he could manage to take care of himself and was planning all the “fixing up” he was going to do in the yard. He was concerned about others, and always felt that they needed the help far more than he did. He appreciated everything that was done to help him out. Raymond is survived by his chosen son Raymond (Lorna) and granddaughter Hunter; his brother, Albert Chapman and his sister-in-law, Bernice McDonald. He was pre-deceased by his sister Mary (Jim) McNee, brothers Jimmie (Helen), George (Isabelle), Vernon, and sister-in-law Harriet Chapman. Also predeceasing him were Edna’s brothers Matt and Charlie (Nora) Wareham, sisters Marjorie (Joe) Zaharia, Eleanor (Jim) Kelly, Lillian (Al) Johnston, Rosa (Ruggles) Brown; brother-in-law Glen McDonald; nephews Donald Chapman, Thomas, Bernard, Donald Zaharia, and niece Beverly Zaharia. Uncle Ray was greatly loved by his many surviving nephews, nieces and their families: Pat Robinson, Bob McNee, Sherrill (Phil) Shields, Judy (Peter)Berntsen, Linda (Bill) Ringland, Lois (Gordon) Allen, Gordon (Betty--deceased) Zaharia, Wilfred (Sylvia) Zaharia, Eleanor (Colin) Sturge, Jim (Irene) Kelly, Bruce (Bev) Kelly, Doug (Sandie) Kelly, Gayle (Bert) Livingstone, Lynda Daniells, Ron Johnston, Darlynne (Doug--deceased) Smith, Audrey (Wayne) Keeler, Nelson (Anneke) Brown, Brenda (Allan) Hill, Mayvis (John) MacLellan and Carol (Jim) Fortune. In lieu of flowers, if friends desire, donations in memory of Raymond may be made to the Riverdale Community Centre, (Cheques made out to RRFRC), Box 667, Rivers, MB, R0K 1X0 or to a charity of ones choice. One of the last things Uncle Ray voiced was his belief that he would be reunited with Edna and Murray -- that they were waiting for him. May the love of God sustain them all in their eternal life together.
Life’s Work ~ well done!
Messages of condolencemay be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com
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PROVEN: It is with great sadness that the Proven family announce the death of Harold E. Proven, Born January 15, 1926 and died July 16, 2013. Service will be held on Saturday, July 27th, 2:00 p.m. in the valley at the residence of David Proven. Call (204) 874-2290 if you need directions.
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RAMSDEN: Jeffrey “Jeff” Allan, beloved son of the late Dot and Sid Ramsden and brother to Gloria (Norm) Tait, Carol (Murray) Shinski, Barry (Evelyn), Don (Yvette), Brian (Betty), Randy, Lorna (Blake) Blatkewicz, Linda Roseveare and Kevin, passed away suddenly on Saturday, July 13, 2013 at the age of 50 years. A Celebration of Jeff’s life will be held at the Brockie Donovan Chapel, 332-8th Street, on Friday, July 19, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. with Funeral Celebrant, Kim Lewarne officiating. Interment will follow at the Brandon Cemetery. Donations in memory of Jeff may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 415-1st Street, Brandon, MB, R7A 2W8.
Messages of condolence may be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com.
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POMEROY: Andrew Gearance Pomeroy, formerly of Alexander, MB passed away peacefully on July 13th at Hillcrest Place. He leaves behind his daughter Cheryl (Brian Johnston), daughter-in-law Judy, four grandchildren Kimberley, Trevor (Michelle), Heather (James), and Jana (Bruce) and his two cherished great-grandchildren, Riley and Brody. He was predeceased by his wife, Barbara, his son, Jim, his brother Allan, and his sister, Peggy. Andy was born February 14, 1919 in Gilroy, SK. He began helping his father farm at a young age. In 1941 he volunteered to serve in the Air Force becoming an Airframe Mechanic. While in service, he met the love of his life, Barbara Moir and they were married in 1945. Soon after his discharge, they moved to Alexander to farm with his father. Within two years, they had decided to farm independently nearby. Andy and Barbara were active participants in the Alexander Community where they enjoyed many friendships cultivated over 45 years. They raised what Andy called a “gentleman’s family” two children, Cheryl and Jim. After retiring, they enjoyed traveling to visit family and friends, watching sports such as Jim’s ball games, camping with the River Rats, attending Booster Club Dances. All of his life Andy made good friends which continued after moving to Brandon and becoming involved in activities at Seniors for Seniors, in Victoria Landing Seniors Residence and lastly in Hillcrest Place. He had a wonderful interest in meeting people which kept him enjoying life day by day. A memorial service will be held at Brockie Donovan Chapel, 332-8th St. Brandon on Friday, July 19, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. Andy’s family invites you to join them at a reception afterwards at Central United Church which will be followed by interment at Alexander Cemetery. If friends desire to make a donation in Andy’s memory, the family suggests either the Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum, Box 3, Grp 520, RR#5, Brandon or Brandon Seniors for Seniors, 311 Park Avenue East, Brandon. Andy was actively involved with both of these organizations over many years and was fully supportive of their roles in the community. Much gratitude is felt by the family for the loving care provided to Andy and the family members present during his final days in Hillcrest Place. The compassionate respectful care was exceptional. Cheryl and the family also wish to thank those who called or visited with Andy during his last year when he was less able to get out into the community for he dearly loved to have a good chat and laugh. Arrangements in care of Redpath Funeral Home Melita 522-3361. Neil Redpath & Kurt Ardron Funeral Directors.
To send condolences to the family, please visit: www.redpathfuneralhome.com
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GILSON: Elmer "Em" Gilson, age 89 died on July 13, 2013 at Delwynda Court Personal Care Home in Deloraine, Manitoba. In accordance with Em's wishes a private family graveside service will take place at Del-Win Cemetery in Deloraine, Manitoba. Donations in memory of Em may be made to the Royal Canadian Legion Branch # 83; Deloraine, Manitoba R0M 0M0 or Delwynda Court Personal Care Home; Deloraine, Manitoba R0M 0M0.
Messages of condolence may be made online at www.wheatlandfs.com
Smith's Funeral Home, 204-747-2088 www.wheatlandfs.com
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POMEROY: Mr. Andrew “Andy” Pomeroy of Brandon, formerly of Alexander, MB, passed away peacefully at his residence, Hillcrest Place on Saturday, July 13, 2013 at the age of 94. Funeral arrangements are pending. Arrangements in care of Redpath Funeral Home Melita 522-3361. Neil Redpath & Kurt Ardron Funeral Directors.
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