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deMONTIGNY: Iris Theresa de Montigny (nee Tuck). On October 13, 3010 with her daughters at her side, Iris de Montigny passed away at her daughter’s home near Lenore. She will be sorely missed by her children, Marcel (Bev), Annette Waller, Aline de Montigny (Brian Johnston), Henry (Caitlyn). Also left to mourn her are her eleven grandchildren as well as her twelve beloved great-grandchildren. She will also be missed by her step grandchildren Pat Waller (Bev) and family, Jan Waller and family, and her 3 great-great-grandchildren, as well as all of her many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband Henry, beloved daughter Yvonne Knight, beloved son Eugene, son-in-law Bud Waller and granddaughter Renee. Mom enjoyed her visits from family, friends and neighbours, especially the “chicken” get togethers. Prayers to be held on Friday, October 22 at 7:00 p.m. in Virden Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, Virden, Manitoba. Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, October 23 at 1:00 p.m. in Virden Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Virden, Manitoba. Interment to follow at a later date in Ste. Anne Roman Catholic Cemetery, St. Anne, Manitoba. In lieu of flowers, donations in Mom’s memory may be made to the charity of one’s choice.
Messages of condolence to the family can be sent at www.campbellfuneralhome.ca.
We love you Mom, Rest in Peace.
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WOODMAN: Ken passed away peacefully on October 8, 2010 at Fairview Home with his family at his side. Ken was born in Winnipeg on February 11th, 1930 to Walter and Jean Woodman. He grew up in Fort Frances, Ontario and spent as much time as possible at the family cottage on Rainy Lake. Ken completed high school in Fort Frances and then followed his older sister Evelyn, into medicine. He had two years of pre-med studies at the University of Manitoba under his belt when he qualified to serve in the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps. Following a summer posting on the Rhine in 1954, he returned to Winnipeg to complete his medical studies and to marry Norma. Ken and Norma were married on Dec. 28th, 1954. Ken received his MD in 1956 and Dr. Woodman spent three years at a busy family practice clinic in Fort Frances. Drawn to Internal Medicine, he undertook four years of postgraduate training to earn credentials in that specialty. Ken's next move took him to the Brandon Clinic. During his 13 years in full-time practice at the Clinic, he served on its Management Committee, and as Medical Staff President at the Brandon General Hospital. By 1977, Ken had developed an interest in Dermatology, which he decided to pursue at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. In 1982, he qualified in that discipline as a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Canada. Ken acted as visiting dermatologist at Southland Hospital in New Zealand for 2 years. In 1992, he returned to the country for a 3-month locum. In 1993, he took to the seas with Norma for four months as Ship's Doctor serving passengers and crew for the Norwegian Cruise Line. Between 1994 and 1999, as often as six times each year, he replaced family practice physicians in underserved and remote areas of Manitoba. Ken loved flying and piloted his own plane for pleasure and business for a number of years. He took great interest in following the trends in automobiles and aircraft. He enjoyed traveling with Norma and in walking the Assiniboine River Valley and the Brandon Hills with Norma and the family dog. Ken was predeceased by his parents, brother Walter, and sister Evelyn Fox. He is survived by his wife Norma and their six children; Patti (Dick), David (Margie), Jim, Bart (Debra), Sharon (Marc), Susan (David) and fifteen grandchildren. Cremation has taken place. A service was held at St. Matthew’s Cathedral on October 13th, 2010. Flowers are gratefully declined. Donations in memory of Ken can be made to the Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation, “Western Manitoba Cancer Care Program,” 150 McTavish Avenue, East, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 2B3.
Messages of condolence may be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com.
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TYERMAN: Arthur (Art) Ernest; March 15, 1922 - October 12, 2010. Born in Dauphin, Manitoba, Art was a farmer’s son who left the prairies to join the forces and fight in WW2. Upon his return, with his Scottish bride Catherine Stewart, Art took his first step into the trucking industry and never looked back. He bought a truck and started hauling logs in the bush of Northern Saskatchewan, where, for many winters, Catherine (Scottie) joined him as the camp cook. Art was a ‘trucker’ (transport driver) all of his working life; he was fortunate to find his passion and truly enjoyed his work. He met lots of people and travelled many miles over his life time, while ‘Scottie’ held the fort at home raising their three children, Gordon, Margaret, and Sheila. He and ‘Scottie’ had a good life, both challenging and rewarding. At his retirement they moved back to the country, to an acreage in Kemnay where he continued to tinker with vehicles and equipment and watch the semis travelling down the highway. He said his best TV show was his view of the highway out his front window. Art is predeceased by his wife Catherine, son Gordon, daughter-in-law Donna, brothers Ralph and Raymond, his Father Jack and Mother Hilda. He will be greatly missed by his daughters Margaret Tyerman and Sheila Reynolds (Barry), grandchildren Jason, Amber, Christen, Alissa, and Bradley, his ten great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and friends. Art will be remembered for his capacity as ‘Mr. Fixit’ and finding a use for everything. He will also be remembered for his stories, of the war, of the prairies in the early days, and of the many adventures he had throughout his life. If a song was dedicated to Art it might be one of Frank Sinatra’s tunes … ‘I Did it My Way’. That he did and he did it well. A graveside service will be held at the Brandon Cemetery on Saturday, October 23, 2010 at 2:30 p.m. with Arlene Robertson officiating. Donations in memory of Art may be made to a charity of choice.
Messages of condolence may be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com.
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TUTKALUK: Michael Phillip Tutkaluk passed away peacefully October 10, 2010 at the Brandon Regional Health Centre, at the age of 85. Mike leaves to cherish his memory, his wife Rose of 62 years, his daughters Darlene (Jim), Lorraine (Larry), Luanne (Jeanpaul) and Rosemary, three granddaughters (Tina, Kerri and Kim) and three great granddaughters (Cortney, Chelsey, Robin). Mike was born November 18, 1924 in Oakburn, Manitoba, the second oldest of four boys, (Morris, Nestor, and Suzon). He was predeceased by his parents Phillip and Cassie and his youngest brother, Suzon. As a young man, he went to Rogers/Wheatfield Schools, and then worked on the farm with his parents Phillip and Cassie. Mike met Rose Boychuk and they were married November 14, 1948. Mike and Rose purchased their own farm in the Solsgirth area in 1949. They continued to farm with his parents and brothers while establishing their grain and cattle farm. During his time on the farm, he was a school trustee, board member for the grain elevator and school van driver. Mike was an active curler, and also enjoyed fishing, goose hunting, skidooing and golfing. Due to health reasons, Mike and Rose sold the farm and moved to Brandon in 1973, this was a new start for them both. Mike was employed as a Custodian for the Brandon School Division for 17 years. He worked at Vincent Massey, Sacred Heart and St. Augustine’s Schools which he enjoyed immensely. After his retirement, Mike enjoyed his grandchildren, great grandchildren, and helping on his daughter's farm. He also enjoyed going to their cabin at Ditch Lake.
He will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved him.
The Funeral Service was held at the Brockie Donovan Chapel on Thursday, October 14, 2010 with Rev. Shannon McCarthy of Central United Church officiating. Interment followed at the Brandon Cemetery. Donations in memory of Mike may be made to the Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 354-10th Street, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 4G1 or to a charity of choice.
Distance never separates hearts that really care. For memory spans the miles and, in seconds we are there. We hear your voice, we see you smile, and deep inside we know, that you remain a part of us wherever we may go. So we can visit anytime, no matter when or where, For distance never separates hearts that really care. God knew the road was getting rough, and the hills were hard to climb. So, He closed your weary eyelids, and whispered. Peace Be Thine.
Messages of condolence may be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com.
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TICHBORNE: Lorraine, (nee Thorimbert) Nov.20, 1935 - Oct.11, 2010. It is with sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Lorraine, who will now join her beloved husband Clarence. Lorraine is survived by her daughter Carol (Bob) and son Darryl (Sandy) and seven grandchildren. Also mourning Lorraine’s passing are her brother Roger (Gloria) and her beloved Aunt Peggy (Leroy). Lorraine passed away while doing what she loved most - spending time with her grandchildren. Lorraine was a loving and committed mother and grandmother and she will be deeply missed by all who loved and knew her. A celebration of Lorraine’s life will be held in Winnipeg, Manitoba in the summer of 2011.
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TURPIN: Thomas W. H. Turpin passed away at the Brandon Regional Health Centre on October 13th, 2010 in the presence of his loving family. Surviving him is his wife, Elaine, his partner and best friend for 68 years and his daughters, Joan Bloxom, Diane (Jack) Spalding, Sandra (Garry) Robins and Gail (Carl) Roberts, seven granddaughters, one grandson, and one great granddaughter. He was predeceased by his father and mother, Arthur M. and Annie Turpin, his brother Arthur and two sisters, Kathleen Bartholomew and Isobel Roberts. Tom was born in Winnipeg on January 10, 1916. Tom grew up in St. James and went to Assiniboine School, St. James Collegiate and Success Business College. As a boy, he delivered the Winnipeg Free Press and received a gold watch for perfect service and won numerous sales contests. Tom was fond of sports and was a member of the Deer Lodge Football team which won the Western Canada Junior Championship in 1934. He continued his love of sports by following the Blue Bombers and Brandon Wheat Kings and all his grandchildren’s sports endeavors. In 1940, he joined the Army and served in the Royal Canadian Army Pay Corps and was transferred to Infantry Corps receiving his commission as Lieutenant. He continued with the 39th Field Regiment (militia) as Captain Paymaster. In 1945, Tom became a member of the Winnipeg Police Department. He served for 12 years and secured many commendations for bravery and good service. In 1957, he joined Federated Mutual Insurance Co. and moved to Brandon to cover all Western Manitoba. In 1962, Tom became a partner with Les Mitchell and Bill Barker in Barker Agencies. He later bought out his partners and over time was joined by Lito Aytona and his son-in-law, Jack Spalding. Tom was very involved in the community. He was president of the Brandon Real Estate Board. Under his leadership they wrote a constitution and started a Multiple Listing Service. He was on the executive of the Manitoba Real Estate Association. He and his friend, Charlie Brawn, built the Thomas Mall on 18th Street where Barker Agencies was located. Tom and Fred Maher started the Valleyview Community Club and Tom served as president. With volunteers they built the hockey rink and change shack. He also served on the Brandon Police Commission and the Traffic Advisory Commission. He was active in St. Matthew’s Cathedral and was the Rector’s Warden and was on the Vestry for many years. In 1980, Tom retired from Barker Insurance Agency. He and Elaine spent many happy winters in Mesa, Arizona. They made many friends there and it was the headquarters for many family visits. In the summer, they had a cottage at Clear Lake. Friends, family and especially grandchildren loved to spend time there. Tom and Elaine traveled all over the world and, in particular, enjoyed their visits with family in New Zealand, Australia, England and Scotland. In later years, Tom valued his friendships at Village Green and Victoria Landing. The family thanks the Dept. of Veteran Affairs, BRHA Home Care and Camelot Personal Care for helping to keep Tom healthy in his home. The funeral service will be held at St. Matthew’s Cathedral, 403-13th Street, on Monday, October 18th at 2:00 p.m. Reception to follow in the church hall. Flowers are gratefully declined. In memory of Tom, donations may be made to the Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation, 150 McTavish Avenue East, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 2B3 or a charity of choice.
Messages of condolence may be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com.
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RESHAUR: The death of Ron Reshaur, beloved husband of Wendy, occurred at Brandon Regional Health Centre on Wednesday, October 13, 2010. The Ceremony to Celebrate Ron's life will be held at Memories Chapel, 330 - 18th Street North on Monday, October 18, 2010 at 1:00 p.m. Dr. Evert Busink will officiate. Friends who desire may make a donation in memory of Ron to a charity of one's choice. Complete obituary information will follow.
Expressions of sympathy may be made at www.memorieschapel.com.
Arrangements are with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 727-0330.
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JOHNSON: Anna Marjorie. Peacefully on October 2, 2010, Marjorie Johnson passed away in her home At Mission Villas in Kelowna, British Columbia. Left to cherish her memory are her daughter Kathy Johnson (Jeff Lawson), sons David (Lori) Johnson and Tom (Evelyn) Johnson and grandchildren Tyler, Kyle, Mattie, Sarah, Piper, Christopher, Nicholas, Turner, Madison, daughter- in-law Lea Johnson and many friends and relatives. Marjorie was born in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba to Hazel and David Lyon. After obtaining her RN designation in Portage and OR surgery certification in Montreal, Marjorie moved to Flin Flon, Manitoba, to be the Head Nurse at the mining hospital. It was in Flin Flon where she met her husband, Orlie Johnson. As Orlie and Marjorie started their family, Marjorie reduced her work hours and eventually stayed home full-time to raise her 3 children and support her husband’s growing career. Orlie’s career took Marjorie to several communities including Kenora, Fort William, Winnipeg, Neepawa, Rivers, Brandon and Edmonton. To celebrate their retirement in 1990, Marjorie and Orlie moved to Summerland, BC to enjoy a warmer climate and a longer golf season. The love of family and her cottage at Kerr’s Lake brought Marjorie and Orlie back to Manitoba. It was in Minnedosa that Marjorie enjoyed her last years with Orlie. Following Orlie’s passing, Marjorie moved to Kelowna to be closer to family. Marjorie’s husband, children and grandchildren were the most important things in her life. Her love and support of her family was unconditional. Kerr’s Lake was Marjorie’s favourite place. It was her stable home for over 35 years; the place she returned every summer. At the lake, she enjoyed her long-time “lake” friends as they played bocchi, enjoyed walks, the odd golf game, after dinner drinks and cards at night. She also enjoyed the humming birds, loons and nibbles! Marjorie’s blunt and unapologetic personality is a characteristic we will remember fondly. Mom, it has been through your unconditional love and commitment that we are the strong individuals we are today. We can only hope that we are the devoted parents to our children that you were to us. We love you and will miss you. A Celebration Lunch for Marjorie will occur on Saturday, November 13, 2010 at 12:00 p.m. at the Minnedosa Legion with Rev. Garry MacDowall officiating. In lieu of flowers, we ask that donations be sent to the Minnedosa Community Childcare Cooperative, Box 1108, Minnedosa, Manitoba, R0J 1E0.
Messages of condolence may be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com.
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HUNTER (nee Drul): On September 25th, 2010, after a spirited battle with cancer, Gloria Anne Hunter left this world to enter into the kingdom of heaven, peacefully at home. Gloria was born August 3rd, 1955, second child to Nestor and Anne of Elphinstone. She grew up in the farming way of life, and loved everything associated with it. After graduating in 1973, she moved from home to seek work in B.C., then later, Alberta. On June 29th, 1974, she married Jack Hunter, and they resided in Edmonton where, on April 11th, 1976, Jason Brian was born. They then moved back to Elphinstone in March of the following year, and Bradley John was born on May 23rd, 1978. Gloria was very involved in the community. She worked in town, and was part of several committees. In 1987, she accepted Jesus as her Saviour, and soon after was very active at Calvary Gospel Church with their Sunday School. Hundreds of children came through the doors during this 23 year program. Through this ministry, other doors opened, including Family Aide, and later, foster parenting. Gloria’s love for everyone she helped was genuine, but she never wanted any glory for herself, just to help whoever needed helping. In April of 2006, Gloria received the dreaded news that she had cancer. Days later, her first grandson, Ethan, was born. Parker followed shortly after, in 2007, with Cole arriving in 2008. It was her love of these precious gifts, as well as her unwavering faith, that she stayed with her family for another 4 1/2 years. Gloria is survived by her husband, Jack, sons Jason (Bev), and Brad (Nicole), as well as grandchildren Ethan, Parker, and Cole. She is also survived by her parents, Nestor and Anne, siblings Larry, Ron, Jerry (Melinda), and Darlene, as well as sister-in-law Brenda, brothers-in-law Carman (Joan), Grant, and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by mother-in-law Vera and father-in-law Hubert. Rae’s Funeral Service looked after arrangements, with Pastor Nathaniel Picklyk presiding over the funeral service. Pallbearers were Jeremy Drul, Dustin Drul, Derek Hunter, Chase Hunter, Wilfred Lessey, and Alex Lessey. Interment followed at The Bend Cemetery. If friends so desire, please donate to CancerCare Manitoba and/or Hamiota Community Cancer Program.
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HARRIS: The death of Margaret Joy Harris of Brandon and formerly of Winnipeg occurred at the Brandon Regional Health Centre on Wednesday, October 13, 2010. Margaret was born, raised and received her education in Melville, Saskatchewan, where she and her twin sister, Barbara, were always together. Marg was a kind and caring person. She moved from Melville to Winnipeg in 1952 and began her career with the Bank of Montreal, where she was employed for almost 50 years. Marg was a member of All Saints Church in Winnipeg and she participated in Business Girls and Altar Guild. She also supported the Thelma Wynne group which assisted new mothers in need. Gardening, knitting and traveling were some of Marg's favorite pastimes and she was an avid fan of the Winnipeg Goldeyes. During her high school years she won provincial awards for tennis. Margaret is survived by her brother-in-law Pat Golding, sister-in-law Loraine Harris, nieces and nephews: Joan Golding, Patrick Golding (Bonnie Barron), Leanne Guest (Clayton), Tammy Golding, Rodney (Amy) Harris, Jean Harris (Jack Campbell), Lorne Harris, Sandra Harris (Steve Knox) and Donna Harris (Don Runge) as well as numerous great nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her parents Harry and Marjorie Harris, twin sister, Barbara Golding and brother Kenneth Harris. The Funeral Service will be held at St. Matthew's Cathedral, 403 - 13th Street on Tuesday, October 19 2010 at 1:00 p.m. The RightReverend James Njegovan and The Very Reverend Robin Walker will officiate. Interment will follow at Rosewood Memorial Gardens. Urn bearer will be Clayton Guest. Friends who wish may make a donation in memory of Margaret to Diocese of Brandon (Anglican Church), Box 21009, West End Post Office, Brandon, Manitoba, R7B 3W8 or to the Alzheimer Society of Manitoba, Unit 4B, 457 -9th Street, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 1K2. Expressions of sympathy may be made atwww.memorieschapel.com. Arrangements are with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 727-0330.
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GRANGER: On Friday, October 1, 2010 after a long healthy life, Jeannie Granger passed away at the age of 102. Jean was born February 20, 1908 in Aberdeenshire, Scotland to Charles and Jane Nicol. The family immigrated to Canada in 1910 and Jean spent her early years at Gorrie, Roseland and Beresford. In 1938, Jean married Ernest Granger of Rounthwaite and resided at the home farm before retiring to Brandon in 1969. Retirement wasn’t for relaxing - it was for nurturing grandchildren and keeping the cookie tin full. Great-grandchildren brought more joy as she held each new one in her arms. She loved them dearly. Jean was predeceased by her husband Ernest in 1978 and by her siblings Margaret, Charles, John and Bill. She is survived by “her three sons”: Norman (Betty) and children, Ross (Brooke), Dylan; Sandra (Mark) Ritchie, Megan, Nathan and Andrew. Brian (Dorothy) and children, Donald (Tanya), Dylan and Kaitlyn; Craig (Melanie), Nash and Hayden; Allison (Tyson), Zachary. Edwin (Leona) and children Gary; Brent (Amy), Larissa. Also surviving is her sister Mary Bulak of Merritt, BC, sisters-in-law Vi Nicol and Peggy Granger, plus many nieces and nephews. Funeral service was held at Brockie Donovan Chapel on Wednesday, October 6, 2010 with Rev. Jim Brown of St. George’s Anglican Church and Rev. John Dolloff of St. Mary’s Anglican Church officiating. Interment was at Brandon Cemetery. The family is grateful to the staff at Sokol Supportive Housing for their excellent care of Mom for the past eight years. Thanks also to the doctors and staff on 3rd floor Assiniboine Centre for making Mom’s last days comfortable. Anyone wishing, may make a donation to charity of choice.
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EGILSSON: Albert Egilsson passed away at his residence, Valleyview Care Centre, on October 14, 2010. Albert was born July 17,1911 in Brandon, MB to Egil and Sigurbjorg Egilsson. Albert will be lovingly remembered by his son and daughter-in-law, Boyd and Maria Egilsson of Brandon as well as his grandson, Brendan. Albert was predeceased by his first wife, Olive Mae Egilsson in 1970 and by his second wife, Grace Egilsson in 2005. He is survived by his sisters Elleen Sutherland of Hamilton, Ontario and Georgina (Terry) Wade of Melbourne, Australia; and a sister-in-law, Anne Egilsson of Woodstock, Ontario. Fondly remembering Albert are Grace’s children, Heather Andrews and family, Doug (Noreen) Stewart and family, Bud (Mary Ann) Stewart and family. A private graveside service will be held at a later date. Donations in memory of Albert may be made to a charity of your choice.
Messages of condolence may be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com.
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ANDREWS: The death of Laurence Mitchell Andrews, father, grandfather, and great grandfather, occurred on Sunday, October 3, 2010 at Hillcrest Place. Laurence was one of twins born to his parents Albert and Abbie Andrews of Douglas, Manitoba, on June 8, 1921. His twin sister Lois couldn't say Laurence when she was little and she called him buddy, so the name “Bud” stuck. He had an older brother, Ernest, an older sister, Grace and a younger sister, Ruth. They lived on a farm. Bud attended Campbell School where he went to school early in winter to light the fire and sweep the floor. When he was ten, he sent a bill to the secretary-treasurer for 25 cents a morning from October 19 to December 22, 1931, the amount totaling $9.00. His teacher in 1932, Mary (Highfield) Collins, met Bud again a few years ago. She described him as a “gentle boy, so respectful and cooperative.” The Andrews children loved to sing and Campbell School won the cup at the music festival under her leadership. Bud's Dad took him out of school after Grade Eight to help on the farm. He drove a team of four horses when he was nine. He was kicked in the face by a horse when he was very young. It was winter. His Dad hitched a team to a sleigh and drove to Brandon 15 miles. The doctor stitched his lip without any pain killer and he was loaded into the sleigh and drove home again. He carried a scar from then on. That didn't deter his love of horses. He had a lovely black horse named Jackson who he rode like the wind. Bud worked briefly for the CPR one winter at the Smelter in Trail, B.C., and then two seasons at his Aunt's cannery in West Summerland, B.C. Bud had a beautiful singing voice and he undoubtedly won the heart of Doreen Wolfe, daughter of Frank and Dora Wolfe, by crooning to her “You must have been a beautiful baby, cause Baby look at you now.” They were married in the old Knox United Church September 29, 1947, six years to the day after his twin sister Lois had been married in the same church to Milton Jacks. They spent much of 1948 in West Summerland, B.C., where Bud worked in his Aunt's cannery and where also their first son, Neil Douglas, was born. In December, they moved back to Manitoba and took up farming with Bud's Dad and brother Ernest. Three more children were born to them, Darryl William in 1951, Laurie Albert in 1954, and Karyn Doreen in 1958. The children attended Douglas Elementary School and Elton Collegiate and Bud drove a school bus for many years. Bud and Doreen encouraged their kids to volunteer in community events and they had been active in many endeavors into their adult lives. Bud was an active member of the Douglas Church, Community Hall, Community Rink, Manitoba Pool Elevators and Heritage Co-op. He was also a member of the Douglas Curling Club. He golfed at Shilo and Glen Lea and spent many happy times with Len Wyton, Glen Kissock and his old buddy, Nick Shadlock, playing for quarters at Glen Lea. He enjoyed curling Masters on a five-man team with brother Ernest, Bob Flock, Hugh Sinclair and Ed Emond. Bud was predeceased by his beloved wife Doreen (November 2009), his parents, Doreen's parents, sister Ruth and husband Hilliard Watson, sister Lois and her first husband Milton Jacks, sister Grace and husband Lloyd Ackney, brother Ernest and sister-in-law Helen Caithness. In 2007, Bud and Doreen were devastated when their beloved son, Neil, died of a horrible disease which strikes one in a million persons and has no cure. Left to mourn and cherish his memory is his son Darryl (Barb) of Brandon, and grandson Ryan of Brandon. Son Laurie (Mary) of St. Albert, Alberta, and grandson Jeff of Burnaby, B.C. Daughter Karyn (Len) Kondro of St. Albert, Alberta, and grandsons Jay and Devin of St. Albert. Neil's wife, Heather of Brandon and grandson Nathan (Kristin) and great-grandchildren Parker and Taylor, all of Brandon. Granddaughter Tara of Calgary, Alberta. Brother-in-law Les Reid of Brandon and sister- in-law Alice Andrews of Brandon. Brother-in-law Mel (Kay) Wolfe of Brandon and brother-in-law Trev (Jackie) Caithness of Edmonton, Alberta. Also survived by numerous cousins, nieces and nephews. In July 2007, Bud broke his hip which led to three months in the hospital. He was home in September in time to celebrate their 60th Anniversary with Doreen. On December 28th, he was admitted to the hospital and on June 13th, was referred to Hillcrest Personal Care Home in Brandon where he spent the rest of his life confined to a wheelchair. He was well cared for, but always wished to go home. The staff at Hillcrest must be mentioned and be commended for their outstanding compassion and care during Bud's time there. Their concern and attention to Bud was appreciated beyond words, and the family was definitely assured that his best interests were at heart. They are a very special group of dedicated people and we were very fortunate to have them by his side. The interment will take place at the Madford Cemetery, North of Douglas, on Monday, October 18, 2010 at 1:00 p.m. and anyone who wishes to attend is welcome. Following the interment, a Celebration of Bud's Life will be held at the Brockie Donovan Chapel, 332-8th Street in Brandon, at 2:30 p.m. with Rev. Barb Jardine officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Bud may be made to the Westman Dreams for Kids Foundation, #2-37-11th Street, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 4J2.
Messages of condolence may be placed at www.brockiedonovan.com.
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WADDELL: John Richard Waddell, of Newdale passed away at Country Meadows Care Home Neepawa, Manitoba at the age of 97 years on Wednesday, October 13th 2010. John was born on December 20, 1912 in Winnipeg, eldest son of Annie McTavish and Thomas Andrew Waddell. He was predeceased by his wife Alice Gertrude (Duncalfe) on December 1, 1990; also by his sister Isabel Cooke, brothers; Gordon, Thomas and Frazer. He is survived by his sister Mae (Sewart), sister-in-law Edith and brothers Boyd and Menzie. John received his early education at Newdale/Oldale schools. He attended the University of Manitoba in the faculty of engineering. In 1937, he moved to Flin Flon to work for Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Company. He met and married Alice on September 16, 1939. John and his family moved to Newdale in October of 1947 to establish Waddell Motors in partnership with his brother Tom which they operated until 1975. John was very active in the Newdale Branch of the Oddfellow’s Lodge. In 1955 John was ordained as an elder in Newdale United Church, in 1966 he was made clerk of the session, and in 1993 he retired to Honorary Elder. At the age of 86, John moved into a suite at Harrison House, where he lived for 10 years. During his lifetime John enjoyed extensive travel with his family. In January 2009 he relocated to the Seniors Care home in Neepawa. He will be deeply missed by his daughter Ellen (Snedden), sons Harry (Ruth), Edward (Bonnie) and Robert (Janet) and 12 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren, and 7 great great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held in Newdale United Church on Thursday, October 21, 2010 at 1:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Newdale United Church Memorial Fund or the charity of your choice. Arrangements are in the care of White’s Funeral Home in Neepawa 204-476-2848.
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TICHBORNE: Lorraine, (nee Thorimbert) Nov.20, 1935 - Oct.11, 2010. It is with sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Lorraine, who will now join her beloved husband Clarence. Lorraine is survived by her daughter Carol (Bob) and son Darryl (Sandy) and seven grandchildren. Also mourning Lorraine’s passing are her brother Roger (Gloria) and her beloved Aunt Peggy (Leroy). Lorraine passed away while doing what she loved most - spending time with her grandchildren. Lorraine was a loving and committed mother and grandmother and she will be deeply missed by all who loved and knew her. A celebration of Lorraine’s life will be held in Winnipeg, Manitoba in the summer of 2011.
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