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SNELL: Theodore "Ted" S. Snell of Killarney, age 91, beloved husband of Verna, dad to Clarke, Robert & Colleen, died on July 25, 2011 at the Trilake Health Centre, Killarney, Manitoba. Funeral Service will be held on Friday, July 29, 2011 at the Holy Trinity Anglican Church Killarney, Manitoba 2:00 p.m. Interment Killarney Cemetery, Killarney, Manitoba. Donations in memory of Ted may be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation or a charity of own choice.
Messages of condolence may be made online at www.wheatlnd.com
Killarney & Boissevain Funeral Home Ltd.
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MURRAY: Mrs. Elaine Murray of Brandon, formerly of Lyleton, passed away at the Brandon Regional Health Centre on Wednesday, July 20, 2011 at the age of 85 years. Elaine is survived by her husband Jim of Brandon; three sons: Neil (Cindy) of Virden, Manitoba, Ivan (Myrt) of Burlington, Ontario, Fred (Dawn) of Edmonton, Alberta; one daughter: Gwen (Don) Lawrence of Edmonton, Alberta; ten grandchildren and sixteen great-grandchildren; sister- in-law Pearl (Ralph) Skien of White Rock, B.C.; many loving nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Clayton and Myrtle (Archibald) Bird; two brothers: Doug and Prescott; two sisters: Gladys Spencer and Aura Wilson; nephew Glen Bird. The funeral service will be held from the Lyleton United Church, Lyleton, Manitoba on Tuesday, July 26, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. David Cathcart of Knox United Church (Brandon, Manitoba) officiating. Interment to follow at the Lyleton Cemetery. Donations may be made to the Lyleton United Church, General Delivery, Lyleton, Manitoba, R0M 1G0. Arrangements in care of Redpath Funeral Home - Melita (522-3361), Neil Redpath & Kurt Ardron, Funeral Directors. To send condolences or special memories to the family, please visit: redpathfuneralhome.com
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WHITE: Rita Marie Ange Jeanne White (nee Hayden) peacefully, on June 4th, 2011, with her family by her side, passed away at the Hamiota Hospital, just four days short of her 78th birthday. She was predeceased by her parents, Felix and Anna, and her sister, Sarah Carpenter. Rita is survived by her loving husband of 49 years Robert White, and their four daughters: Alberta (Jim) Drummond of Red Deer, Alberta; Michelle (Kevin) Brown of Clear Lake, Manitoba; Nicole (Marty) Madsen of Hamiota, Manitoba and Rachael (Gerard) Simard of La Broquerie, Manitoba. Left with many cherished memories are Rita’s pride and joy, her grandchildren, Tyler Drummond, Tanea and Keanne Brown, Taylor and Shailyn Madsen and Gabrielle, Dominique, Gaetan and Chloe Simard. Rita was the eldest of three children born to Felix and Anna (nee Tourond) Hayden. After her Mother’s death when Rita was only five years old, Rita was schooled at the Presentation of Mary Catholic Convent in St.Lazare, Manitoba, alongside her younger sister and brother. Rita left the convent in her mid-teens and found employment at various jobs and eventually discovered her calling as a cook and caregiver. Many of her jobs included working at the Fort Garry Hotel, Rivers Military Base, Virden Gulf Restaurant, Virden West-Man Nursing Home, and providing nanny services. As she opened her home to many families and friends, her homemade perogies, Christmas cake, cabbage rolls, cinnamon buns and dainty trays became favorites for us all. Rita enjoyed camping with her family, berry picking and preserving the harvest from her husband’s garden. She also loved to travel and did so by visiting many places including: Alberta, New Brunswick, New York, Florida, North Dakota and Europe. Nine years ago, Rita was diagnosed with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis and true to form, outlived her prognosis and all of her doctor’s expectations. An instrumental part of Rita’s life was the valuable time spent with her grandchildren, especially while she was ill. Rita cared and nurtured them as if they were her own and she found ways to spoil each and every one of them. She knew of that very special way that would make each of them feel like she loved them best and that they were her favorite. Rita’s husband, daughters, sons-in- law and grandchildren feel very blessed that she was, and always will be, an integral part of their lives. She will live on in their cooking, parenting and her love for a good sale. We will miss her immensely, and already do. Rita’s family would like to extend our appreciation to all of the doctors who cared for her over the years. A heartfelt thank you goes out the medical staff at the Hamiota Hospital. Their kindness and compassionate care for our mother over the past two years has touched our hearts deeply. A private family funeral service was held on June 8th, 2011 at Campbell’s Funeral Home & Chapel in Hamiota, Manitoba followed by a Community Reception at the Kenton Community Hall in Kenton, Manitoba. A private family interment took place at the Greenwood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations, in memory of Rita, can be made to the Manitoba Lung Association, 940 Princess Ave, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 0P6 or to the Hamiota Health Foundation, Box 671, Hamiota Manitoba, R0M 0T0. Campbell Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. “Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take but by the number of moments that take our breath away.”
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TSCHUSCHBA: Paul Tschuschba passed away June 30, 2011. Paul was born on February 3, 1994 in Tokmak, Kyrgyzstan. His life brought him to two different countries. His family moved on December 25, 1996 to Rheine, Germany. He attended Ludgerus Grundschule (elementary school) during 2000 to 2004. Paul enjoyed playing soccer and wouldn't allow his injuries to stop him from being the best soccer player. In 2005, Paul enrolled in Guregio Gesamtschule (high school) as a smiling and personable student. His love for animals and nature was shown on Christmas when his wish was for a bunny. His dad explained that when the bunny grows, they can eat it. Paul objected saying "bunnies are here to be loved, not eaten". As Paul grew up he acquired the name "Golden Boy", due to his determined nature. Boxing became a favourite pastime, although he could never punch anyone because of his loving personality. In 2009, Paul and his family made a big step to move to Brandon, Manitoba, Canada. In 2010, Paul enrolled at Crocus Plains Regional School. Paul spent countless hours at the gym always trying to make his muscles even bigger. In 2010 Paul met Kayleigh Brugger. With his good looks (always concerned about his hair style) and charming personality he soon became Kayleigh's favourite boy. He would spend hours at the gym to look perfect for Kayleigh. Their love continues forever. He also enjoyed spending time fishing, camping, snowboarding and sharing a joke with family and friends. Paul dreamt of owning an Audi and having his own construction company. Paul's smiling face and positive attitude brought joy to everyonehe saw every day. He was never mad or depressed and genuinely wanted to help everyone around him. He would never refuse to help someone regardless of time or situation. He worked hard, and wished to visit Kyrgyzstan someday. He also enjoyed going to church. His infectious laugh and strong handshake while making eye contact made him memorable to everyone he met. He was an unforgettable son, brother and friend. The Tschuschba family would like to thank everyone for their help and support. Arrangements were with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 727-0330.
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LeBARRON: Emma Mae Le Barron (nee Cheasley) passed away at the Dinsdale Personal Care Home in Brandon on July 9, 2011. Emma was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba on May 24, 1919, and along with her sister, grew up on the family farm north of Alexander. She attended the local country school of Assiniboine to Grade 8, and then attended BCI in Brandon and before completing her schooling in Oak Lake. Her first job was at Barry's Confections in Brandon. She then worked for a bank in Ottawa and held various jobs in Brandon in the hospitality industry. She married Orville LeBarron on December 26, 1941. Orville and Emma moved to Ottawa, before Orville went overseas for four and a half years. They then moved back to Brandon. Emma was involved with Seniors For Seniors and the CPR Pensioners. Emma loved her family and grandchildren. She enjoyed gardening, reading, sewing and going for long walks with her walker. Emma is survived by her children: son Tom (Sue) of Comox, BC; son Dan (Janice) of Brandon; daughter Lesley (Howard) Hallett of Canoe, B.C.; son Bob (Patti) of Armstrong, B.C. and daughter Pat of Calgary. There are eleven grandchildren and three great- grandchildren. She also leaves her sister, Harriet (Geordie) Romaniuk of Riverton, Manitoba and numerous nieces and nephews. Emma was predeceased by her husband Orville and his parents Samuel and Ella; her parents Thomas and Elizabeth Cheasley; a sister Lea and husband Darrall Sheridan and one brother-in-law Harry Romeniuk. In keeping with Emma's wishes a private family graveside service was held. The family wishes to convey a special thank you to the wonderful staff on the second floor at Dinsdale Personal Care Home. Donations in memory of Emma may be made to a charity of one's choice.
Expressions of sympathy may be made at www.memorieschapel.com.
Arrangements are with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 727-0330.
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McKELLAR: Lois Susan McKellar (née Hobday) of Winnipeg, formerly of Nesbitt, beloved mother of Malcolm and Barb and dear grandma to Pearce and Rayna, entered into eternal peace at Riverview Health Centre, Winnipeg on Saturday, July 16, 2011 Lois was born and raised in Winnipeg, and was the eldest daughter of Reginald and Phyllis Hobday. Lois was very proud of her father, and tried to emulate his work ethic all through her life, this lead to her unique business sense. Her creative flair, love of painting and gardening came from her mother. During the 50s, Lois started working for the Province of Manitoba. She proofread the bills brought before the legislature. She eventually became the personal secretary to the Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba. This is how she eventually met her future husband, Earl McKellar who was the MLA for Souris-Lansdowne. Lois and Earl were married in November of 1960. Lois moved to the family farm at Nesbitt and became a farmer/politician’s wife. In 1964 they had their son, Malcolm. Lois loved gardening and planting trees, and she transformed the old farmyard into something of a park. She also renovated the house from a bachelor pad into a family home. Lois and Earl were together until his untimely death in 1976. Lois made the decision to stay on the farm in Nesbitt. With the help of Milt Budd, Donny Cory, Henry Cory, Lyall Cory, George Huitema and Malcolm she decided to run the family farm. In 1990, she moved back to Winnipeg and purchased a house in Lindenwoods to be closer to her mother, and her sister Eunice. She also enjoyed being closer to her cousins in and around Winnipeg. She was very proud when Malcolm and Barbara were married, and of her two grandchildren Pearce and Rayna. She loved taking them to the zoo in Winnipeg when they were younger. In the fall/winter of 2009, Lois was diagnosed with cancer and went through radiation treatments. In January of this year, Lois moved into Thorvaldson Intermediate Care Centre and spent six enjoyable months there. From there she was transferred to Riverview Health Centre, where she succumbed to her illness. Lois is survived by son, Malcolm, daughter-in-law Barbara, grandson Pearce and granddaughter Rayna. She is also survived by sisters-in-law Treva Gorrie and Irene McKellar; family friend Carl MacDonald; and special cousins Lenore and Hal Parker, Marion and Don McCarthy, Doris Tibbs, Wes Hull and Jim Hull. Lois was predeceased by her husband, Malcolm Earl McKellar; parents Reginald and Phyllis Hobday; sisters Shirley Dawson and Eunice Hobday; brothers-in-law Bob Dawson, Duncan McKellar, Neil McKellar, Elwood Gorrie, Kenneth Gray and Jack Obleman; sisters-in-law Janet Gray and Gwen Obleman. The family would like to thank the staff at Thorvaldson for going above and beyond in regards to the care and support provided to our mother and grandmother. We would also like to thank the staff at Riverview Health Centre, Palliative Care Unit, for the care and support provided to mom and ourselves. A service to honor Lois’s life was held at Brockie Donovan Chapel, Brandon on Thursday, July 21, 2011 with Mr. Stephen Parker officiating. Interment was held at Minnewawa Cemetery, Nesbitt, Manitoba. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Lois may be made to CancerCare Manitoba, 675 McDermot Avenue, Room 0N1160, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3E OV9; or the Canadian Cancer Society, 415-1st Street, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 2W8; or the Riverview Health Centre Foundation, One Morley Ave, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3L 2P4.
Messages of condolence may be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com.
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HOCKLEY: Donovan Elliott Hockley passed away peacefully on Tuesday, July 19th, 2011, one week shy of his 99th birthday. Don was born in 1912 in North Brandon, Manitoba, the third child of Fred and Marian Hockley. He married Helen Wagner on August 12, 1942 and relished that marriage for 62 years until Helen passed away in 2005, on the same day as Dad passed but, exactly six years earlier. Don and Helen purchased their farm in North Brandon in 1945, and gradually increased their holdings and evolved the operation. Don founded Donovan Holsteins in 1958, a business that is now being carried on by the third generation of Hockleys (Neale), and remained active in the business of farming well into his 80s. He had many hobbies after semi-retirement, which included woodworking, restoration of antique cars, tinkering and traveling, while still farming part-time. Many of his wooden bowls made their way to friends and family, and wooden stools, rocking horses and doll cribs were crafted with love for his grandchildren. A 1929 Model A Ford was completely restored from a rusted shell to a fancy quarter-ton, complete with an oak floor in the converted truck box. Travel took Don and Helen on many memorable trips, which included points across Canada, Alaska, Florida several times, the Rose Bowl Parade in California, and to Hawaii, and Great Britain. The trips they looked most forward to were those to visit relatives in Ontario and visits to their sons’ families in Western Canada. After Helen passed away in 2005, Don spent winters in Chilliwack with son Dale and his family and at the age of 97 made a trip to Palm Springs, California with son Glenn. Don could often be seen in recent years traveling the area close to the farm in his golf cart visiting friends and family and keeping track of the progress of crops. He is survived by four loving sons; Wes (Mary); Garth (Elaine) and their children, Heather, Neale and Travis; Glenn (Linda) and their children, Tamara, Chad, Victoria, and Jaclyn of Calgary, Alberta; Dale (Tina) and their children, Robert and Mila of Chilliwack, British Columbia. There are nine great-grandchildren; Grady, Morgan, Cameron, Landon, Aiden, Madison, Corbin, Tanner and Benjamin. We wish to thank the Home Care Workers who looked after Dad in his home, the nursing staff in the Assiniboine Centre and, especially, Dr. du Plooy and Dr. Benade. The Funeral Ceremony and Celebration of Don’s life will be held at Brockie Donovan Chapel, 332-8th Street, Tuesday, July 26th, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. Interment will take place immediately after the funeral service at Rosewood Memorial Gardens. Please join us at the Victoria Inn, 3550 Victoria Avenue, for lunch. We look forward to your company. If friends desire, donations may be made to the Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation,150 McTavish Avenue E., Brandon, MB, R7A 2B3 (funds will be directed to the General Fund to be used for the purchase of much needed special equipment) or to a charity of choice.
Messages of condolence may be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com.
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HAMILTON-PATTISON:
Rebeka Elizabeth Hamilton- Pattison November 8, 1996– July 13, 2011. With deep sorrow we announce the sudden passing of our beloved darling Rebeka Elizabeth, 14 years old, Wednesday, July 13th at St. Amant in Winnipeg. Rebeka departed this earth peacefully and happily on her own terms ending in a merciful way her courageous struggle with a lifelong illness. She will be sorely missed and cherished forever by her mother Gaylene Hamilton, father Andrew Pattison, big brother Seamus, grandparents Peggy Hamilton, Alan and Gillian Pattison, uncles and aunts Dawn, Lindsay, Blair, Rae Anne, Bruce, Karen, Jaime, Simon, Jill, Philip and Angela, as well as her adoring cousins Kyle, Lauren, Matthew, Gabriella, Liam, Laura, Aidan and Aaron. Other mourning family members include Darrell, Tyler, Braden, Hector, Carlos, Arlene and Richelle. Also grieving Rebeka’s passing are many caregivers, teachers and staff at St. Amant and Wolseley School who looked after Rebeka with deep love and compassion. Over the years Rebeka’s sweet gentle spirit and unique boundless energy touched the lives of other numerous family friends, colleagues and health care staff in Winnipeg and Brandon. Her exuberance, love of life and passion for school, sports and play are fondly remembered by all those who knew her. Rebeka is predeceased by her maternal grandfather Bruce Hamilton. The family would especially like to thank Dr. Stan Lipnowski and the doctors and staff at St. Amant, Children’s Hospital and the Rehabilitation Centre for Children for the excellent care given to Rebeka throughout her lifetime. A memorial service for family, caregivers and friends will be held Wednesday, July 27th at 1:30 p.m. in the chapel at St. Amant, 440 River Road, with Father Gilbert Gariepy officiating. A private interment service will take place at Glen Lawn Memorial Gardens. If desired, donations in lieu of flowers may be made in Rebeka’s memory to the St. Amant Foundation, www.stamant.mb.ca to the Sanfilippo Children’s Research Foundation, alifeforelisa.org or www.alifeforelisa.org or The Wolseley School ASP Program, 1-204-783-3237.
Be at peace now, dear Rebeka, we will always love you and treasure your memory for evermore.
Condolences may be sent to www.desjardinsfuneralchapel.caDesjardins 204-233-4949. 1-888-233-4949.
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GUGIN: Frederick Stanley “Stan” Gugin of Minnedosa, Manitoba passed away on July 20, 2011 at the age of 87 years. Funeral service will be held on Monday, July 25, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. in the Minnedosa Funeral Service Chapel, Minnedosa, Manitoba. Interment will take place in the Minnedosa Cemetery. Donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Manitoba. Minnedosa Funeral Service, Minnedosa, Manitoba in care of arrangements (204) 867-3868.
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GREAVES: Margaret Isabel (née Lang) Greaves passed away on Wednesday, July 20, 2011 at Valleyview Care Centre at the age of 88 years. She was born on December 1, 1922 at Coulter, MB to Frank and Ethel (née Murray) Lang, the fifth oldest in a family of nine. She attended Coulter and Waskada schools and graduated from the Registered Nursing Program at the Brandon General Hospital in May 1944. Margaret married Gerald (Jerry) Greaves of Brandon, at the Lyleton United Church on August 5, 1946. She nursed for several years, until she was involved in an accident with an ambulance in Brandon. She was a member of the B.G.H. Nurses Alumni, Brandon Lioness Club and a member of Naomi No. 6 Rebekah Lodge from 1991 until 2008. She was also a volunteer for The Red Cross Blood Donor Clinic and at the Brandon General Hospital. She enjoyed ice skating, knitting, crocheting, reading, dancing, singing, and the many lunches with her sisters, brothers and families. She also enjoyed the years she lived at Hobbs Manor and the many friends she had there, and participated in most of the activities. She moved to Valleyview Care Centre in November 2010. She is survived by sisters; Dorothy Downey of Melita and Lorraine Richardson of Brandon; brothers Andy (Ila) and Reg (Jean) Lang of Souris; sister-in-law Ruby Greaves; plus many nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, and cousins. She was predeceased by her husband Jerry on February 11, 2002; parents Frank and Ethel Lang; sister Jean Downey; brothers Francis (Sonny) and Murray Lang in action in the Second World War, and brother Everett Lang in infancy; brothers-in-law Louis and Leighton Downey, Jim Greaves and Russell Fedoruk; mother-in-law Emma Greaves; sister-in-law Vivienne Fedoruk and nephew Francis Downey. The Funeral Service will be held at the Brockie Donovan Chapel, 332-8th Street, on Tuesday, July 26, 2011 at 1:00 p.m. with Rev. Laird Russell-Yearwood of Central United Church officiating. Pallbearers will be nieces and nephews, Donna Cameron, Frank Lang, Garry Lang, Allan Downey, Ron Richardson and Jane Fedoruk. Interment will follow at Rosewood Memorial Gardens. Memorial donations may be made to the Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation, 150 McTavish Avenue, East, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 2B3 or a charity of your choice.
Messages of condolence may be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com.
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GAMLEY: Madge Gamley passed away, at the age of 88, on July 19, 2011 at River Park Gardens Personal Care Home with her daughters Brenda and Barb by her side after suffering a stroke on July 10. Madge was born November 19, 1922 to Ella Etta and Alvin Hill. She resided in Alexander most of her life. In 1948, she married Lloyd Gamley. Madge was predeceased by her husband Lloyd in June of 2007, sons-in-law Bob Pull 1988 and Leonard Germaniuk 2008. She leaves to mourn: Brenda Germaniuk; Barb Christianson (Jim), granddaughters Jennifer Gomes (Elmer), Kelly Ouellette (Dave), grandson Tim (Lyndsay); son Brian (Karen), grandsons Ryan and Sean; son Ron and granddaughter Brittany; eight great- grandchildren Payton, Zachary, Lucas, Dawson, Carter, Ethan, Evan and Reese; as well as nieces and nephews. Madge and Lloyd lived in Alexander until 1999 when they moved to Brandon. In December 2006 she was diagnosed with Alzheimers and became a resident at Fairview Personal Care Home until April 2008 when she moved to River Park Gardens in WInnipeg. We wish to thank all the staff at River Park Gardens for the care that Mom received during her three year stay and especially her last 10 days. There will be a service at Alexander United Church on Wednesday, July 27 at 1:30 p.m. with Rev. Wayne Sanderson officiating. Interment will take place in the Alexander Cemetery prior to the service with just the immediate family. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Madge may be made to a charity of your choice.
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FULTON: After a courageous battle with cancer Eric (Rick) Bain of Birtle, Manitoba, beloved husband of Carla and loving father to Jill and Tim (Brittany) passed away on June 21, 2011 at the age of 61 years at the Russell District Hospital. Rick was born Sept. 19, 1949 the third child of Harvey and Millie (Green). In his childhood years Rick was active in 4H beef club, United Church activities, Cubs and sports. After graduating from Birtle Collegiate in 1967 he attended the University of Manitoba and graduated in 1971 with his Bachelor of Science in Agriculture. He returned to Birtle to farm with his father and brother Ken. In January 1973 he met Carla McDole the love of his life at a bonspiel in Foxwarren and they were married on July 13, 1974 in Elgin, Manitoba. Rick enjoyed curling, serving on the Board of Directors of the Birtle Curling Club and also as draw master for many bonspiels. He also served on the Recreation Commission, Ministry and Personal committee of the United Church, Manitoba Pool committee and sub-district council acting as secretary for 21 years. He was a devoted husband and father supporting his children in all their activities. In 1998 Rick and Tim co-chaired the safe grad committee working together as Rick tried to teach his son the art of negotiating. In the end a fun and successful safe grad was enjoyed by all. In 2001 they once again joined forces to reorganize the Birtle Bruins Senior hockey team with Rick acting as manager and Tim team captain. In their first year back in the NCHL they were runners up in the league and won Gold in Provincial C playdowns. In 2002/2003 they won Silver in Provincial B and in 2003/2004 won Gold in Provincial C. Rick was predeceased by his parents Harvey and Millie, brother Gary & in-laws Bert and Dorothy McDole. Left to cherish his memory are wife Carla, children Jill and Tim (Brittany), grand-dog Cleaver, sister Terry Fulton, brother Ken (Lucille) sister-in-law Janie (Tom) Breneman, brother- in-law Jim McDole, nieces and nephews Darcy (Phil), Andrea (Dave), Mark (Melanie) Tara (Todd), Crystal (Matt) Jamie, Chris, Jodie (Jon) and Kara (Mike) Aunts: Marion Fulton, Peggy Fulton and Olive Perry. A celebration of life was held on Monday, June 27, 2011 at the Birtle United Church with Rev. Heather Robbins officiating. Interment was in the Birtle Cemetery. We will forever keep precious our memories of the love, laughter and tears that we shared.
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EDWARDS: Marion Eva Edwards, beloved mom of Maureen Miller and David Edwards, passed away peacefully at her residence, Hillcrest Place, on Wednesday, July 20, 2011 at the age of 86 years. A Celebration of Marion’s life will be held at the Brockie Donovan Chapel, 332-8th Street, on Monday, July 25, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. with Mr. Lawrence McInnes officiating. A private family interment will take place at Rosewood Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Marion may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 415-1st Street, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 2W8. Complete obituary information to follow.
Messages of condolence may be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com.
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CROSSON: Beverley Merle. On July 8, 2011 our Mom and Grandmother peacefully passed away at the Brandon Regional Health Centre. Her life began on May 26, 1935 at the farm of her parents, Bill and Mae Jones in McAuley. She continued to live there until the age of 12, when the family moved to Courtney, BC. During a summer visit back to the Prairies in 1950 she met her future husband, Fred Crosson. They married on October 24, 1951 and began farming in the Hillsgreen District near McAuley. Their union resulted in three daughters, five grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. Upon retirement from the family farm in 1983, they moved to McAuley. Over the next 20 years she enjoyed crafts, gardening, visiting with her children and enjoying life. After the death of Fred in 2003, she moved to Brandon to be closer to her daughters and lived the remainder of her life. Bev’s unconditional love and kind spirit will be forever missed by her family and friends. She was predeceased by her parents Bill and Mae Jones, and her husband Fred Crosson. Left to mourn and remember her spirit fondly, daughters; Elaine (Bryan) Stonehouse, Sherrie (Dennis) Gabrielle, Juli (Ed Terleski) Crosson; grandchildren Ryan (April) Stonehouse, Kerry (Trevor) Veitch, Trevor (Megan Gerring) Gabrielle, Kent Gabrielle, Lindsay (Deke) Baley; 11 great-grandchildren and brother Rick (Sue) Jones. A funeral service was held on July 13, 2011 at Carscadden’s Funeral Home in Moosomin and interment followed at the McAuley Cemetery. Bev’s family would like to thank all the family and friends for their support during this time and the kind words expressed about our Mom and grandmother.
Messages of condolence may be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com.
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BERRY: The world is a quieter place. Harvey Everett Berry, age 97, passed away at Fairview Home, Brandon on July 16, 2011. The next time we hear thunder, we will know that it is Harvey telling God how he wants things to be done! Harvey was the last of twelve children born to Joe and Mary Berry at Gilbert Plains. He is survived by his wife, Gertrude (née Paynter), his daughters and their families; Noreen (David Maguire), sons Wade (Dinh), their daughter Sophie, and Shane (Gayle), their daughter Lennon; Beryl (Larry Maguire), son Tim (Barb), their children Colton, Ashton, Emily, Shamus, daughter Laura (Devin) their children Oscar and baby due in September; Bonnie (Randy), their children Paul (Lily) and Elan (Jeff). One sister-in-law, Noreen Cass, nieces, nephews and cousins remain to remember him. After working on the Bull Gang, underground, pipefitting on the surface, Harvey’s job in Flin Flon was patrolling and repairing the wooden water line from the mining company to Cliff Lake, six miles a day on foot or on snowshoes. When he became head pumpman, he and Gertrude lived at Cliff Lake. He retired to Souris, then Brandon. Harvey enjoyed gardening, camping, curling, horseshoes, pool, crib, music, baseball, hockey and games with his family. He loved nature and had dogs, cats and geese as pets. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion for 66 years. He was stationed at several places during the war with the RCAF. The most memorable was Goose Bay. Special thanks to Chuck Bailey for the many years of playing crib and lately bingo with Harvey. Thanks to Murray’s Dealership for being Harvey’s drop in place. Brandon City Police, you may relax now! He won’t be pushing his walker on Richmond Avenue. We sincerely appreciate the staff at Fairview Home for their kindness, patience, and humor in caring for Harvey. A funeral service will be held at the Brockie Donovan Chapel, 332-8th Street, on Thursday, July 21, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. with Rev. Chris Arthur officiating. Interment will follow in Brandon Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Rick Hansen Foundation, 300-3820 Cessna Drive, Richmond, BC V7B 0A2 or online at www.rickhansen.com.
Messages of condolence may be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com.
“Rest In Peace, Dad!”
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