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RUDD: Les Rudd (July 29/1915 - October 12/2014). Les went to be with the Lord and died peacefully in his sleep with family by his side at the age of 99. He was predeceased by his beloved wife Alice in 1992 and oldest son Ron in 2010. Les was the father of seven children; left to mourn his loss is Bev (Joe) Smithson of Winnipeg, MB; Sharon (Grant) Bridgeman of Chemainus, BC; Lorraine (Tom) Bates of Nanoose, BC; Larry (Marilyn) Rudd of Didsbury, AB; Linda (Pat) Kyle of Edmonton, AB; Dennis (Cherie) of Two Hills, AB as well as 25 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. He is also survived by brother Alvin Rudd of BC, sister Evelyn Crandell of Brandon, MB and numerous other relatives and friends. Les spent most of his life on the family farm near Crandall, MB. He spent a few years in Bissett, only to return to the farm where he stayed until he was 94, at which time he moved into Lilac in Hamiota, MB. He later moved to Hillcrest Place in Brandon, MB this past February. He loved the staff and always spoke highly of them. A private graveside service will take place according to his wishes. Donations in memory of Les may be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Manitoba, #3-824-18th Street, Brandon, MB, R7A 5B7.
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OSUDAR: On Monday, October 6, 2014 Demetro "Matt" Osudar, age 87, passed away peacefully with family by his side, into the presence of the Lord, at the Assiniboine Centre. Matt was born December 25, 1926 in Ostrynia, Ukraine. In 1955, he married Lois (nee Scharff) of Holland, Manitoba and started their lives together in Brandon. In 1957, their first son Richard Murray was born. In 1959 was the arrival of their second son Randall Demetro. Their family was completed when daughter Debra Cecile Marie was born in 1961. Matt worked in the automotive industry as a lube technician and retired from Brandon Chrysler Dodge in 1985. He was a past member of the Foresters and the United Commercial Travelers. Matt was a volunteer at the East End Community Centre, where he introduced the jam pail curling. He enjoyed many winters and countless hours teaching the kids the game of curling. He enjoyed curling, fishing, playing cards and cribbage. He loved spending the summers at the family cottage at Clear Lake. Matt always looked forward to the annual salmon fishing at the west coast. He had a love for animals, his pug Sadie and Matt had a very special bond with each other. Matt was a devoted husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. Matt is survived by his loving wife of 59 years Lois of Brandon, his son Richard (Loree) of Birtle, grandchildren Amber and Wade, son Randall (Melody) of Brandon, grandchildren Ryan, Brayden (Nicole), Courtney, daughter Debra of Medicine Hat, AB, grandchildren Shealyn, Dehllon; great-grandchildren Liam and Rogin. His very devoted sister Mary Dickie of Brandon, sister Kay Wolsky of Kelowna, BC, brother Bill Osudar of Brandon and many nieces and nephews. Matt was predeceased by his parents Samuel and Nelly and by brothers John and Steve. He will be missed dearly by those whose lives he touched. The family would like to extend a big thank you to the nurses and staff on A2 and A3 for their amazing care and kindness. The Ceremony to Celebrate Matt's Life was held at Memories Chapel on Saturday, October 11, 2014 with Roy and Jean Walwyn officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Matt may be made to the Salvation Army, Christmas Cheer Fund, 9 Princess Avenue East, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 1R8.
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Arrangements with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 204-727-0330.
MOWATT: Margaret Elizabeth (Cowan) was born on December 27, 1912 to Daniel and Elizabeth Cowan, both of whom had come to Canada from Scotland. She grew up at Waskada on a farm during the “Dirty Thirties” and attended Waskada School. She moved to Brandon in 1923 and obtained employment at Brandon Mental Health Centre where she acquired numerous friends. In May, 1941 Mom married Alexander Craigie Mowatt who had come from the Orkney Islands with his widowed Mother since his Father had already perished in World War I. Margaret and Alex lived in Grand Valley and Forrest before moving to the farm at 22-9-19 in 1944 where they began to eke out a living with cattle, pigs, chickens, turkeys and two horses. A month before their 21st Wedding Anniversary, Dad suddenly experienced a fatal heart attack on April 10, 1962, and Mom became a widow. Mom set for herself the humongous goal of maintaining the farm “south on #10 Highway” which was by then a significant dairy operation. She personally attended to milking the cows both morning and night. Mom was a high energy, hard worker who, while managing all aspects of the farm, continued to be a fabulous cook, an amazing seamstress, a quilter, a busy gardener of vegetables and flowers, a church and community supporter, a generous hostess and a thoughtful friend. Mom lived an amazing life. In addition to her very busy life and cherished friends (for whom the tea pot was always ready) she enjoyed two surprise trips. Her first was when her family excused her from her daily routines to go to Florida with Isabel Shaw. The second was in 1972 when she went o Scotland all on her own to visit a myriad of cousins and other relatives. As time wore on she experienced several health challenges but always overcame them. However, she developed a philosophy: “The medical system today can keep you living too long! My wish is to go to bed some night and not wake up in the morning.” God granted her that wish on September 22, 2014. She had lived 101 years, 8 months and 26 days. Margaret was predeceased by her husband Alexander Craigie Mowatt, her parents, Daniel and Elizabeth Cowan, her siblings: an infant brother and brothers Alex and Jim Cowan and sisters, Chrissie (Tobe) Hainsworth and Jean (Ernie) Thompson. In addition she was predeceased by two nieces, Betty (Wayne) Webster and Bonnie Hainsworth, plus numerous relatives in England, Scotland and Canada. Mom had a host of close friends whom she grieved when they passed away. Mourning her passing are her three children and their families: daughter, Pat (Cliff) Bowslaugh, grandsons Brad (Jennifer) and great-granddaughter, Nyah Bowslaugh; Scott (Tracy), great-granddaughters, Sierra and McKenna Bowslaugh: daughter, Margie (Keith) Hannah, grandson Jason (Kristine) Hannah and granddaughter Leanne Hannah Kehler, great-granddaughters, Rylee and Rory Kehler; son, Robert (Betty) Mowatt, grandsons Craig (Sheri), great-grandchildren, Zach (Krista), Cole and Scott Mowatt and Danny (Eve), great-grandchildren Tyson and Brooke Mowatt, granddaughter, Lori (Mark) Henson, great-grandson, Ryan. Also left with supportive memories are her sisters-in-law, Lorna Cowan and Florence Cowan plus numerous nieces and nephews including Barbara Vanderaa and Neva Hainsworth both of whom lived with Mom for a period of time. The families of her Saskatchewan cousins also survive. Funeral service was held at Trinity Church on October 1, 2014 with Rev. Wayne Sanderson presiding. Her three children, Pat, Margie and Robert shared their precious memories in her eulogy and her seven grandchildren were pallbearers: Craig and Danny Mowatt, Lori Henson, Jason Hannah and Leanne Hannah Kehler, Brad and Scott Bowslaugh. The family wishes to extend our appreciation to Cindy Wood and the staff of Brockie Donovan Funeral Home, to Rev. Wayne Sanderson, Jim and Crocus Plains Culinary Arts staff and students for preparing the reception lunch and to Trinity U.C.W. for serving the lunch. Appreciation is also extended to Valleyview Care Centre staff for the attention afforded our Mother over the past four years.
Dear MomAs pages turnedThrough the days of lifeYou bore the challenges Of both toil and strife.With never a complaintYou struggled on Working so hardDuring both dusk and dawn.Your memories we treasureAs we meet each dayRemembering always You lead the way!~ With a fond farewell,Your loving family
MORSON: Ina Jeanette Morson (nee Clark) died peacefully at Fairview Home in Brandon, Manitoba, on Sunday, October 5, 2014 at 90 years of age. Born in Brandon on June 22, 1924, Ina was the middle child of Robert and Jane Clark who had immigrated from Scotland early in their marriage. Growing up in Brandon, Ina graduated from Brandon Collegiate Institute. Among her early adventures in adult life was leaving home with three girlfriends to work in a munitions factory in Fort William. Returning to Brandon, she became the bride of Mike Morson on February 14, 1948. They began their married life farming near Langbank, Saskatchewan, moving to Brandon in 1959. Working side by side with her husband, Ina was an equal partner in the building of two successful businesses in Brandon, Green Acres Confectionery and Morson's Grocery. Following Mike's death in 1989, Ina remained in their home until moving to Lions Manor in 1999. In 2012 she moved to reside in Fairview Home. Ina loved her days as a working wife and mother and spoke often of the camaraderie and friendship she enjoyed with co-workers, neighbours and friends. She treasured her family and the love and laughter she shared with them. The many family adventures and get-togethers created wonderful memories. Ina was deeply loved and will be missed very much. Ina is survived by her daughters Kathy (Bob) Thornborough and Patti (Les) Taschuk. She was Grandma to Chelsi (Austen) Reed, Matthew Kindrat, Lucas (Kathryn) Kindrat and Adam Thornborough and Great-Grandma to Gavin and Liam Reed and Mya Kindrat. She is also survived by sisters Peggy (Alex) Matheson and Jean Thomson, brother-in-law Bill Morson, many nephews and a niece. Ina was pre-deceased by Mike, her two brothers Robert and Norman Clark, her brother-in-law Lloyd Thomson and her two sisters-in-law Sheila Clark and Hazel Morson. The graveside service was held on Thursday, October 9, 2014, at the Brandon Cemetery, with Rev. Dr. Dong-Ha Kim of First Presbyterian Church officiating. A reception for family and friends followed at Memories Chapel. Donations in Ina's memory may be made to Fairview Home Foundation, 1351-13th St. Brandon MB R7A 4S6 or to First Presbyterian Church Foundation, 339-12th St. Brandon MB R7A 4M3.
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Arrangements with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 204-727-0330.
MATHESON: It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Robert David John “Bob” Matheson. After a long and valiant battle with cancer Bob passed away in the early hours of September 20th, 2014 at the Assiniboine Centre at the age of 60. Bob was born July 3, 1954 in Russell, MB to Everett James Matheson and Ilene Eleanor Robinson. Bob was the youngest of three boys and was raised in Binscarth, MB. His brothers Grant (nine years older) and Glenn (seven years older) put him up to a lot of mischief. Bob’s mother remarried on April 19, 1969 to widower Garnett Orville Scarrow who brought into the family unit four children of his own: Brian, Wayne, Kim and Ross. The blended family moved to a farm not far out of Rivers, MB. Bob got to know and befriend a lot of people throughout his high school years at Rivers Collegiate Institute. On July 15, 1972 Bob and Shirley Aloma Wedgewood started dating officially. On July 16, 1977 they were married in Rivers United Church. One of Bob’s greatest joys was the birth of his children and grandchildren. Bob worked at several different jobs in his youth starting with the Rivers Seed Plant. He then worked at Sekine Canada Ltd., Edson Manufacturing, and Sekine Canada Ltd. once again. In 1979, the oil rig bug got under his skin so Bob and Shirley went west and he worked on a number of oil rigs. His favorite job was that of motorman, spinning chain. In July of 1981 Bob and Shirley returned to Brandon and Bob began his 23 year career at Inventronics Ltd. (IVT) rising from Stock Room to Upper Management. He also enjoyed a couple of trips to Minneapolis and Texas through his work. Unfortunately, medical issues for Bob began to arise in January 1998. By January 2003 he underwent radical surgery disabling him from returning to work. In May of 2011 the cancer had returned, causing Bob to endure many more medical complications and obstacles in the years leading up to his passing. Through it all, Bob remained optimistic and kept his sense of humour and wit until the very end. When Bob’s health permitted he took a very active role in the Army, Navy & Air Force Club, Unit 10. He was a 27 year Member and over time was elected to the Unit Executive and held a number of positions. He was always there to lend a hand with computer problems in the office or anywhere in the Club for that matter. Bob put together many newsletters and designed the ANAVETS Web Site. He served as Unit Sports Officer & Snooker Stat Keeper, Unit 1st Vice and Unit President for 3 years. He was also a 34 year member of the Royal Canadian Legion in Rivers. Through his association and active role in the A.N.A.F. Club Bob was awarded for several achievements: Unit Appreciation Medal, Unit President’s Medal, American Legion Friendship Medal, Years of Service pins, Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal, and finally in September 2013 being awarded with a Life Membership Medal in the Association of A.N.A.F. Veterans in Canada in consideration of Outstanding Service since June 1988. Bob enjoyed a diverse number of things. He had a real joy for blasting music be it opera, bluegrass or rock n’ roll. He had great fun with small woodworking projects. He really enjoyed playing snooker, fishing, NFL Football (San Diego Chargers) and had a great interest in astronomy, history and current affairs. He was also a computer guru. Bob is survived by his wife Shirley, daughter Kate Matheson and grandchildren Quinn and Everett Matheson, son Kelly Matheson, daughter Danielle Beaudry, brothers Grant (Evelyn) and Glenn Matheson, step brothers Brian, Wayne (Barb), Ross (Michelle) Scarrow, and step sister Kim (Wally) Gero, mother-in-law Margaret Wedgewood, brothers-in-law Doug (Cynthia), Jim (Michelle), Steven, Roger (Fiona), Frank (Tammy) Wedgewood, sisters-in-law Betty (Romaine), Margaret (Al) Wedgewood, as well as many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins. Bob was predeceased by his father Everett at the tender age of eleven, his mother Ilene, step-father Garnett, father- in-law Frank Wedgewood, sisters-in-law Helen Wedgewood, Bonnie Greenough, and many aunts, uncles and cousins. The Funeral Ceremony was held at Memories Chapel on Friday, September 26, 2014 with Pastor Warren Smallwood officiating. Urn Bearers were Lorne Aube and Lloyd Shurvell. A wonderful luncheon provided by volunteer club members and family was served at the A.N.A.F. Unit 10 Club Room following the ceremony. The Matheson family cannot thank you enough. Donations in memory of Bob may be made to BRHC Foundation, Cancer Services, 150 McTavish Avenue East, Brandon, MB, R7A 2B3.
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LESKIW: Sam Leskiw of Brandon, MB passed away Oct. 1, 2014 at Dinsdale Personal Care Home. Sam was the beloved husband of Laurena “Ena” (nee Clark), Father of Sheldon (Diane) Leskiw of Calgary, AB and Wendy (Ron) Lesy of Airdrie, AB. Grandfather of: Chris (Anjli) and Brian (Kayla) Leskiw, and Melissa, Melanie and Darren (Melissa) Lesy, Great-grandfather of: Kowen and Nykin Leskiw, Logan Leskiw and Rylan and Presley Lesy. Sam and his twin brother Peter were born in Brandon, MB June 6, 1922 to Nick and Dora Leskiw of Brandon. Sam was predeceased by his parents, older brothers Morris and Joe Leskiw of Brandon and his twin brother Peter of Lethbridge, AB. He was educated at David Livingston, Earl Haig and Brandon Collegiate Institute. In the 1940’s, Sam worked in Windsor, ON assembling army jeep parts for WWII before joining the Highland Light Infantry. The Regiment was quickly sent overseas to Britain and to the front war trenches in Holland, Belgium, France and Germany. Peter in the Princess Pats Regiment also fought in the front lines and trenches while Joe served in the RCAF in Canada. After Peace was declared in 1945 Sam spent a further year with the Canadian Army Occupation Forces over there to ensure Holland and Belgium could reclaim all their land taken by the Nazis. Returning home in July, 1946 after his discharge, Sam was hired by the Manitoba Power Commission (now Hydro) in Brandon for their new rural electrification program about to begin in all the towns/farms in Manitoba. In bringing “the light to the town and farms of Grandview in 1947”, as Sam called it, he met Laurena (Ena) Clark. She became his bride in 1950. Sam worked 40 years with MB Hydro throughout the province but spent the last 20 years working in the Brandon area where they resided. In retirement, many summer days were spent at their Clear Lake cabin enjoying the lake weather, fishing and socializing with friends at the outdoor kitchens. Sam was an avid twice a week swimmer at the Sportsplex for years, a gardener and a “snow shoveller” for his property and the neighbours . In winter they escaped part of MB winters by becoming Snowbirds camping in Texas, Arizona and Florida where many new friendships were made. They travelled to Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Alaska with cruises to Panama and to the Caribbean countries where Ena had taught. In April 27, 2011 Sam suffered a severe stroke while in Hawaii with family for their 61st anniversary. This stroke left Sam paralyzed in the right leg, in a wheel chair and unable to walk. Sam, forever optimistic, never gave up trying to walk right to the last day. Another stroke in September 2013 affected his left side and caused Sam to transfer to Dinsdale Personal Care Home as Ena was no longer able to take care of him at home. Sam was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 3 for 60 + years , Trinity United Church for 50 + years. The Brandon Hydro-Ex Group and a life member of the Sokol Association The celebration of Sam’s life was held in Memories Chapel on Monday, October 6, 2014 with Arlene Robertson officiating, the eulogy given by a friend - Pat Bowslaugh-, and a slide presentation highlighting Sam’s life. The Brandon Royal Canadian Legion 3 provided the last military honours of death with the Last Post and Reveille followed by the laying of their poppies by his urn and war medals. Urn carriers were Chris Leskiw and Melissa Lesy. Burial was in Brandon Cemetery Veterans’ Section. Donations in memory of Sam may be made to Dinsdale Personal Care Home, 510- 6th St., Brandon, MB, R7A 3N9, or to the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
LABAY: Stacie Nicole Labay. January 2, 1981 - October 15, 2014. Suddenly midweek we lost a sweet and loving angel. She will be lovingly remembered by her daughter and best friend Mackenzie Lynn (Mackenzie's father Alan). Stacie is the precious daughter of Wayne and Dianne, loving sister of Cora and Whitney and caring Aunt to Broden and Landon. The Funeral Ceremony will take place at Memories Chapel, 330-18th Street North on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 1:00 p.m. with Rev. Fr. Patrick Neufeld of St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church as Celebrant. Interment will follow at the Brandon Cemetery. Donations in memory of Stacie may be made to a charity of choice. Complete obituary information will follow.
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Arrangements with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 204-727-0330.
DERMODY: It is with profound sadness we announce that Eileen Dermody passed away on Saturday, October 11th, 2014 at St. Boniface Hospital. Eileen's memory will be forever cherished by her children Chris (Sherri Jessiman), Brent (Fatima Tavares), Kim (Bonnie Kallert) and Karen (Lorne) Cruise; grandchildren Sabrina, Erin, Sasha, Jordan, Braden, William and Graham; sister Olive and brother Melvin. She is predeceased by her beloved husband Edward, parents Lily and Edward, Aunt Minnie and siblings Elsie, Walter, and Doris. Mom was born on August 31, 1929 in Cartwright, Manitoba. Her early career included working for Eaton's and MacLeods in Winnipeg before marrying Dad in 1953. They moved to Brandon in 1962 where they raised their family, worked and ran a restaurant business. Following retirement, they made the move back to Winnipeg to be closer to family. Mom had a gentle, warm, loving personality and enjoyed hosting company. As such, our home was a gathering place where all of our friends were always welcome. She was very artistic and found many enjoyable outlets for her talents including painting, crafting and ceramics. She cherished family above all and was extremely proud of the accomplishments of her children and grandchildren. Mom, we love you so much and can't imagine you not being there to listen to our stories and share in our lives. You showed us unending love in everyday moments. We will miss you enormously but are thankful you are at peace. A memorial service took place on Thursday October 16, 2014 at 1:00 pm at Thomson “In the Park” Funeral Home, 1291 McGillivray Boulevard. The family would like to thank the staff at St. Boniface Hospital and the Palliative care team involved in her care. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to CancerCare Manitoba or the St. Boniface Hospital Foundation. Arrangements in care of Thomson “In the Park” 204-925-1120.
DENBOW: Carman Denbow passed away peacefully at the Brandon Regional Health Centre on Wednesday, October 15, 2014 at the age of 82 years. Carman is survived by his partner of 34 years, James Terhune. A Memorial Service will be held at the Brockie Donovan Chapel, 332-8th Street, on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Joe Ball officiating. Interment will follow at Rosewood Memorial Gardens. Donations in memory of Carman may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 415-1st Street, Brandon, MB, R7A 2W8 or to the Lung Association of Manitoba, 8-940 Princess Avenue, Brandon, MB, R7A 0P6. Complete obituary information to follow.
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CAMRASS: Isabel Gena Camrass passed away at the Wawanesa Personal Care Home on Wednesday October 15, 2014 at the age of 87 years. Gena leaves her loving husband Hugh, three children Phillip, Ruth (Ken Ellis), Paul (Catherine), and two grandchildren. The family will honour Gena’s memory privately. In lieu of flowers, donations in Gena’s memory can be made to the Wawanesa Community Foundation, Box 89 Wawanesa, MB R0K 2G0 or to a charity of choice.  Complete obituary to follow.
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Jamieson’s Funeral Services of Glenboro handled cremation arrangements.
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WILLIAMSON: Edith Mabel “Ede” Williamson (nee McPhail). Ede Williamson, beloved wife of Murray Williamson, of Killarney, MB, formerly of Belmont, MB passed away on Friday, October 10, 2014, at the Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria, BC at the age of 87 years. Left to mourn Edie’ passing are her husband Murray Williamson of Killarney, MB, daughters Sharon Williamson of Salt Spring Island, BC and Muriel Boake of Nesbitt, MB, sons Vernon (Valerie) Williamson of Belmont, MB and Blaine Williamson (Wendy Stoesz) of Killarney, MB, step-daughter Dorothy Enns of Morris, MB, grandchildren Derek, Don (Melanie), Andrew (Jennifer), Heather (Travis) and Trevor, great-grandchildren Kate, Ryliegh, Kayleigh, Addison, Teagan and Bayley. Also left to mourn Ede’s passing are her sister Jean Wanless, sisters- in-law Marilyn Kittle, Marjorie McPhail, Beryl McPhail and Pearl Carnahan, as well as numerous nieces, nephews, cousins & friends. Ede was predeceased by her parents William & Laura (nee Kerr) McPhail, brothers & sisters John, Roy, Jim and Beatrice McPhail and son-in-law Jack Boake, as well as many extended family members. A Celebration of Ede’s Life will be held in the Belmont United Church at 2:00 p.m. Saturday October 18 , 2014 with Rev. Larry McPhail officiating. Interment to follow in the Hillside Cemetery. If friends so desire, donations may be made in Ede’s Memory to the Belmont United Church, Box 101 Belmont, MB, R0K 0C0, or to a charity of one’s choice.
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Jamieson’s Funeral Service of Glenboro, MB in care of arrangements. (204)827-2480.
MAZAWASICUNA: Clifford Mazawasicuna passed away at the Brandon Regional Health Centre on October 10, 2014 at the age of 75 years. Left to mourn his passing are his children Krystle, James and Derek Mazawasicuna (Laura); grandchildren Modi Mazawasicuna, Billie and Julian Brandon; siblings Wilfred, Carl, Nelson, Martin, Betsy (Jules) and Harold Mazawasicuna, Angela Waters and Clayton Antoine. A traditional wake took place at Clifford’s residence in Sioux Valley on Wednesday, October 15, 2014 at 5:00 p.m., with traditional services to follow on Thursday, October 16, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. with Harold Blacksmith officiating.
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WRIGHT: On Monday, October 13, 2014 Isabelle Wright, age 88 years, beloved wife of Donald Wright and mother of Roy and Ron Leitch, passed away at Fairview Home. Funeral service will take place at Memories Chapel, 330-18th Street North on Thursday, October 16, 2014 at 1:00 p.m. with Arlene Robertson officiating. A private family interment will follow at Brandon Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Brandon Humane Society, 2200 17th Street East, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 7M6.
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Arrangements with Memories Chapel &Pre-Planning Centre, 204-727-0330.
ROBERTSON: After a brief and hard fought private battle with cancer, Wayne Alexander Robertson of Brandon, passed away peacefully with family at his side at the Assiniboine Centre on Saturday, October 11, 2014 at the age of 74 years. A memorial service will be held at Central United Church, 327-8th Street, Brandon, on Saturday, October 18, 2014 at 1:00 p.m. with Funeral Celebrant, Kim Lewarne officiating. Donations in memory of Wayne may be made to CancerCare Manitoba, 675 McDermot Ave., Room ON1160, Winnipeg, MB, R3E 0V9. Complete obituary information to follow.
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