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WATKINS: It is with great sadness the family of Eva Mae Watkins (nee Teed) announces the passing of our dear “Gam” on March 4, 2011 at the Minnedosa Hospital with her family by her side at the age of seventy-one. Eva (now affectionately called “Gam”) was born February 20, 1940, at Lower Onslow, Nova Scotia. She was a graduate of Central Colchester High School in 1958 and Nova Scotia Normal College in 1959. Eva spent the next several years teaching in Nova Scotia and Ontario. Eva was united in marriage to Gerald of Summerford, Newfoundland at Lower Onslow United Church, Nova Scotia on July 27, 1963. After living in Ontario for a number of years, they moved to The Pas, Manitoba in 1973. When Gerald retired in 1995 and Deborah’s children were older they decided to move to Newdale, Manitoba in 2002 to be closer to their younger grandchildren in Newdale and Brandon. Eva leaves behind her husband, Gerald and three daughters: Deborah Calvert (Ricky) in The Pas, Manitoba, granddaughter Kaila (Winnipeg, Manitoba) and grandson Andrew (Pincourt, Quebec), Cindy Dalke (Shannon), granddaughter Melanie and grandson Tyler in Newdale, Manitoba and Joanne Watkins (Mike Brown) and grandsons Keegan and Steven in Brandon, Manitoba. Eva also leaves behind a stepson, Danny Keats (Joy) in St. Anthony, Newfoundland, granddaughter Kristie Hurley (Cory), great granddaughters Danielle and Lauren in Corner Brook, Newfoundland and grandson Kenneth Keats (Nadine) and great grandson Lucas in St. John’s, Newfoundland. Mourning Eva’s passing are sisters Barbara Clarke, Truro, Nova Scotia, Jennie Marshall, Edmonton, Alberta and brother Douglas (Marie) Teed, Peterborough, Ontario and numerous nieces, nephews, sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law. Eva was predeceased by her parents, Lucy and Willard Teed and brother-in-law, Darrell Clarke. To say that Eva (Gam) had health concerns would be an understatement. Gam developed rheumatoid arthritis in her mid forties that forced her to stop playing baseball which she thoroughly enjoyed. Her arthritis was quite severe and prevented her from doing many of the things she loved – her music being one of the things she missed the most. Gam loved her music and played the harmonica, juice harp and her steel guitar when she was able to. But although she couldn’t play anything herself anymore you would frequently walk in to find her listening to her many types of music. She would spend hours in her “studio” making tapes for her and Pa to listen to. A treasured memory for Gam and her girls was when they all went on a “girls night out” to the Johnny Reid concert together in October. Gam had a love of knowledge as well and would spend hours working on things for her children, grandchildren and their friends. Gam’s used her teaching background to the fullest by tutoring many children throughout the years. Gam’s children, grandchildren and many others benefited from her patience and her love for teaching. Gam’s greatest love was her husband of forty-seven years, her children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and family which she treasured. She would have gone through anything to be blessed with more time to share with them. Everyone who knew Gam recognized her amazing will to live. Even when confronted with cancer for the third time and was asked about chemotherapy her answer was…”Yes, when can I start?” Gam’s first challenge with cancer was in 1997 and since that time our family has “cherished” each and every time that we could be together as a family! Eva (Gam) was a loving and caring person and would do anything for anyone! She and her smile will be dearly missed by many. The family sends a very special thanks to all the Home Care Staff for their care and support shown to Gam and the family over the years. We also send special thanks to all the staff at the Minnedosa Hospital for their care and compassion. We would like to express our gratitude to the Minnedosa Funeral Service for helping us through this difficult time. A funeral service was held on March 9th, 2011 at the Newdale United Church with Tim Crouch officiating.
God saw you getting tired, when a cure was not to be. He put his arms around you and whispered “Come to Me”. So when we saw you sleeping, so peacefully, free from pain, we could not wish you back to suffer that again. So keep your arms around her Lord. And give her special care. Make up for all she suffered and all that seemed unfair.
If friends so wish, donations may be made to The Canadian Cancer Society, The Arthritis Society or the Newdale United Church. Minnedosa Funeral Service in care of arrangements. (204) 867-3868.
SKARDAL: Ethel Frances Skardal. Passed away at the Baldur Personal Care Home on Monday March 7, 2011 at the age of 91 years, Ethel Frances Skardal (nee Joelson) of Baldur, formerly of Winnipeg, Carberry and Glenboro. Ethel leaves to mourn her passing her son Ray and wife Diana of Winnipeg, grandchildren Raymond and Riley (Dawn), great grandchildren Rylee, Rae and Ryan, sister Anne Biles of Glenboro as well as numerous nieces, nephews and friends. Ethel was predeceased by her husband Frank (1981), parents Fredbjorn “Fred” & Gudny Joelson, brothers Vilhelm “Bill”, Sigurdur “Siggie”, Irwin, Herman and Norman and by her sister Alice Sveinson-Jones. A Celebration of Ethel’s life will be held on Tuesday March 15, 2011 at 2:00 pm in the Immanuel Lutheran Church, Baldur, Manitoba, with Pastor Don Miller officiating. Interment will take place at a later date in the Baldur Cemetery. Friends that so desire, memorial donations can be made in Ethel’s memory to the Baldur Personal Care Home, Box 128 Baldur, Manitoba, R0K 0B0 or to the Canadian Cancer Society, 415-1st St. Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 2W8. For online condolences, please visit Jamieson’s Funeral Services of Glenboro in care of arrangements. 1-204-827-2480.
TURTON: The death of Clifford A. Turton of Brandon occurred Thursday, March 10, 2011 at Dinsdale Personal Care Home, Brandon.
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NIELSEN: Our Dad, Stanley William "Stan" Nielsen passed away on February 20, 2011 at Brandon General Hospital with his family by his side. A Celebration of Life was held at Rivers United Church on February 25th. Minister and friend Glenna Beauchamp officiated. His grandson Steven Kent was the urn bearer. Stanley William Nielsen was born in 1923 at Minnedosa. In 1944, he married Ila Shuttleworth who predeceased him in 2000. Dad and Mom began their life together and their family on a farm near Pettapiece. Dad worked for Brandon Packers and Harvath Construction until he and Lloyd Leech started their own construction company which continued for 25 years. Dad retired in 1985. Stan was a smooth dancer, whether he was square-dancing with mom or doing a slow dance with his daughters. He had almost infinite patience with his children. We remember our dad whose love of animals let us have many different pets like dogs, cats, skunks, cows, rabbits, turkeys and mice. Stan was a carpenter who helped build many houses in Rivers and the prankster who used to send unsuspecting people to the lumber yard to get a sky hook or a board stretcher. He was a fisherman who once caught a sea gull and spent a long time getting it un-caught! We remember the neighbor who was a regular at the coffee shop and the golfer who played his own particular version of golf called "Clousting the Balls". Dad just hung his golf clubs last summer after averaging 150 rounds. We remember our dad who passes his love of this game onto his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. We honor and give thanks for the farmer, carpenter, fisherman, animal lover, dancer, guitar and banjo player, curler, golfer, athlete, coach, card player, story and joke teller. Stan was a man who loved family gatherings and was often accompanied by a dear friend Joan. The humorous ways they joked back and forth led to many more laughs around the table. We give thanks to: our father who taught us to always be there for others, to our grandpa, great-grandpa and great-great-grandpa who was always interested in our activities and who was always proud of our achievements. He will always be remembered by his children: Garry (Betty) Nielsen, Darlene (Terry) Berreth, Lois Turner, Patti (Jim) Kent, 15 grandchildren, 29 great-grandchildren and 6 great-great-grandchildren. He is also survived by sister Joyce Campbell, brother-in-law Ed Shuttleworth and sister-in-law Mary Nielsen. Stan was also predeceased by his parents, Alfred and Christense, brother Vic, sisters Freda and Paula, daughter Betty, son-in-law John, great granddaughter Jessica. Memorial donations may be made to community charities or a charity of choice.
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Arrangements were with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 727-0330.
KOROSCIL: David Leslie Koroscil of Brandon, beloved husband of Mona and dear father of Jessica (Margaret), Micheal (Kyla), Levi and Anthony, Dido to Aavril and Adelaide, passed away peacefully at the St. Boniface Hospital, Pallative Care Unit, in Winnipeg on Tuesday, March 8, 2011 at the age of 56 years. Prayers will be held for Les at the Brockie Donovan Chapel, 332-8th Street, on Sunday, March 13, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Augustine’s Roman Catholic Church, 327 – 4th Street, on Monday, March 14, 2011 at 10:30 a.m. with Rev. Fr. Dominic Yuen as Celebrant. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Les may be made to the Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation, “Western MB Cancer Care Project”, 150 McTavish Avenue East, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 2B3. Complete obituary information to follow.
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MARSDEN: Sadly the family announces the passing of Eileen Mary Marsden (née Bates) at Fairview Home, on Sunday, March 6, 2011, at the age of 97 years. She was born at Deloraine, Manitoba on September 12, 1913 the eldest child and only daughter of William Bates and Ellen Jane Bates (née Snodgrass), Irish immigrants. She spent her early years in Deloraine. Eileen’s family returned to their home in Ireland for a short time and then resettled in the Kenville area, where she graduated from high school. She received a teaching certificate at the Normal School in Dauphin in 1932, and then taught in the Goodlands area. She married Philip (Tom) Marsden on August 4, 1941. They lived and farmed on the Grand Valley Road. After Tom’s death in 1992, Eileen continued to live on the farm, until 2007 when she moved to Fairview. She loved her little house in the valley and was very sad to leave it, and her good neighbours in the district. She lived an active and productive life. She worked hard on the farm alongside Tom, always having a big garden and many chickens. She took time to be involved in her community as a leader in the Poplar Hill 4-H Club, and a member of the Zion United Church ladies group. She was also a member of St. Matthews Cathedral. Eileen enjoyed playing cards with friends and neighbours and in later years with a group at the Central Community Centre. She enjoyed sports and was a good athlete. In her early years she played ball, and later was involved in curling and golf. She was an avid and competitive curler for many years. Over the years she won honours in bonspiels and competitions. A highlight of her curling career occurred in 1985, when she was on the winning rink at the Golden Gals Provincial Championship. After she “hung up her broom” she remained active in the Golden Gals Association. She enjoyed golfing with friends, and Eileen was a part of the 9 hole league at the Recreation Centre until she was ninety years old. Eileen was predeceased by her husband Tom; parents William Bates and Ellen Jane Bates; her brothers William Bates and John Bates; sisters-in-law Lisa Bates and Marie Bates. She is survived and fondly remembered by her two children; John Marsden of Victoria, BC and Judy Taylor of Neepawa; grandchildren Rob Taylor (Tania) of Abbotsford, BC, Jennifer Taylor (Locky Miller) of Winnipeg; and great grandchildren Jack and Abby Taylor and Jordan Miller. Also surviving is her youngest brother Gordon(Jeanne) Bates from Brighton, ON; their daughters Deborah of Newman,Toronto, ON and Francine Bates(Steve McNemeny) of Claremont, Ontario and their families; nieces Denise Town(David Will) of Lacombe, AB, Maureen(Morris) Mymko of Thunder Bay, ON, Marsha (Murray)McLeod of Brandon, Noreen Noble of Victoria, BC; nephews Doug(Val) Bates of Blind Bay, B.C., Barry Bates of St. Albert, Alberta and their families. There are also several cousins and their families who have special memories of times spent with Eileen. The funeral service and celebration of Eileen’s life was held at Brockie Donovan Chapel on Friday March 11, 2011 with Rev. Chad McCharles from St. James Anglican Church in Neepawa officiating. Lunch followed at the St. Matthew’s Cathedral Hall. Interment was in the Brandon Cemetery. Active pallbearers were: Campbell Macpherson, Steve Andreychuk, Murray Sangster, Lawrence Kelly, Matthew McLeod and John McLeod. The family would like to recognize and thank Dr. Mary Egan and the staff at Fairview Home for their care and support. Memorial Donations may be made to Fairview Fund, 1352-13thStreet, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 4S6.
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GRUBB: James “Harry” Grubb passed away peacefully at home, surrounded by family and loved ones, after a courageous battle with cancer on Wednesday, February 16, 2011. He was 67. Born in Leamington, Ontario on 25 February 1943, Harry had resided in Brandon for almost 40 years. The son of a fisherman, his childhood was spent on Lake Erie in Point Pellee, Ontario. After graduating high school in Leamington, he started his career working for the Metropolitan Stores. During this period, he rose to the position of store manager while working throughout Ontario and Western Canada. Establishing roots in Brandon, he was once the owner of Brandon Upholstery and then worked at Inventronics for over 25 years until his retirement in October 2009. Harry was a true outdoorsman and family man. During the winter months, he would be riding his snowmobile or out ice-fishing. Summers were spent camping in the Turtle Mountain area and of course fall was “hunting season”. He was a man of few words but valued friendship, and the people that he loved. James Harry Grubb is survived by his beloved partner, Jocelyne Trembley, his daughter Sandi and her husband Rob; his son Stacy and his wife Alana; his step-son Darren and his wife Tracey; his step-daughter Melissa and her husband Jason; his grandchildren, Emily, Abby, Riley, Jacob, Jackson, Kyra and Ellie. He is also survived by his brother Chester and Mae; his sister Marilyn and Michael; his sister Janet and Randy; his brother Richard and Donna; his brother Ken and Rose; and all of his extended family. He was predeceased by his wife Lois; his father and mother, Riel and Evelyn and his daughter, Sharon. A Celebration of Harry’s Life was held at the Brockie Donovan Chapel on February 23, 2011. Donations in memory of Harry may be made to the Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation, “Western MB Cancer Care Project," 150 McTavish Avenue East, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 2B3. The family would like to thank everyone for their support and well-wishes during this very difficult time. James Harry Grubb is gone but he will never be forgotten. God Bless.
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FLEMINGTON: Garnet Alvin Flemington. After a very brief fight with cancer, Garnet Alvin Flemington passed peacefully into the arms of his loving Saviour on Wednesday evening, March 9th, 2011. He leaves to cherish his wonderful wife, Marian Rose (Cookshaw), children Heather Bage (Tony), Colin Flemington (Kerry), Karla Douglas (Shawn), ten deeply loved grandchildren, brother Kevin Miller, sisters Karen Branson and Terry Miller. Garnet was born on July 31st, 1945 in Maryfield, Saskatchewan to Vivian Beryle Flemington. He was raised on his grandparents farm, where he first discovered the joys of tinkering. Whether it was fixing old cars, rigging up a washing machine motor to a bicycle, or his accomplishments as a carpenter, Garnet never backed down from trying something new. And whatever he did, he did it well and with the intent that his workmanship would stand the test of time. Garnet met the love of his life, Marian, in the fall of 1971, and the rest is history. Three children and ten grandchildren later, Garnet and Marian were able to celebrate their 39th wedding anniversary on March 4th. Garnet loved his family deeply and showed that love by passing on his zest for life to his children and grandchildren. He loved to tinker with Colin, sing with Karla, joke with Heather, and get down and play with his grandkids. Garnet was also a gifted musician; there was nothing quite so lovely as Garn on his guitar, singing old standards or favourite hymns. Garnet accepted Christ as his Saviour in the winter of 1984. Although Garnet wasn’t a man who delved deeply into theological discussions, his faith was wonderfully simple and refreshing. As such, his faith had a deep impact on his family and those who came to know him. A funeral service will be held on Tuesday, March 15 at 2:00 p.m. at Chapel Lawn Funeral Home, 4000 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg.
We love you and miss you already but we hold onto this :Revelation 21:4
“And God will wipe away every tear from their eyes; there shall be no more death, nor sorrow, nor crying. There shall be no more pain, for the former things have passed away."For those who wish to sign the online Guest Book please visit our website. Chapel Lawn 204-885-9715.
DMYTERKO: Donald Dmyterko of Brandon, beloved husband of Sandra and dear father of Shawna (Jon) and Tina, passed away peacefully at the Brandon Regional Health Centre on Wednesday, March 9, 2011 at the age of 66 years. A funeral service to honour Don’s life will be held at the Central United Church, 327– 8th Street, Brandon on Monday, March14, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Laird Russell-Yearwood and Rev. Shannon McCarthy officiating. Interment will follow at Rosewood Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Don may be made to a charity of choice. Complete obituary information to follow.
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DALTON: James Stanley Dalton passed away peacefully on March 6, 2011, at the Minnedosa Personal Care Home. He was eighty-six. He was born in Birtle on July 10th, 1924 to James Howard Dalton and Laura Dalton (nee Kilpatrick). Jim was raised in and by the community of Birtle.  He was born with a disability that left him unable to walk until he was about five years old. He was always very grateful to the townspeople of Birtle who supported him when he was young and treated him so well all his life. He also had fond memories of time spent in Neepawa, where his parents grew up and extended family remained. He completed high school in Birtle and briefly attended United College (University of Winnipeg). He then joined his father in the family business, Dalton’s Hardware, which had many loyal customers who came from miles around. His father Jim, and he, “young Jim”, were well-liked and respected. He also became well-known as a glazier and handyman who could fix pretty much anything. He was an ardent community supporter. He served on St. George’s vestry for many years, and was instrumental in building the new church after a drastic fire, as well as helping build the Anglican Church Camp at Clear Lake. He was a long-time member of the Chamber of Commerce and a town councillor for many years. He supported both the curling and golf clubs and enjoyed each activity as long as he was able. He was a founding member of the Birdtail Country Museum and truly enjoyed collecting the stories and articles that told the history of his home town. He and May Mackay Gibson were married on January 16, 1952. They were blessed with four children, and the family was raised in the community he loved. He was very proud of their accomplishments as they grew up, and ensured they had the best of educations. May and Jim built their dream home in 1967, where they lived until failing health necessitated a move to Minnedosa in 2008, where all their children currently reside. After retirement in 1986, Jim and May travelled extensively, often with May’s sister Barbara and husband Tom Beattie. They especially enjoyed visits with their children, enjoying trips to such places as Inuvik, Lynn Lake, Churchill, New Brunswick and Alberta.  As the families drifted closer to home, Jim enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren. Jim was predeceased by his parents and his sister Corinne, brother-in-law Harry, most of his cousins and several close friends. He is survived by his wife of 59 years, May Mackay Dalton (Gibson), his children, Arthur, wife Lorraine Russell; Barbara, husband Ian Thorleifson; Mary, partner James Comrie; Janice, husband Tom Crook, and grandchildren, Janice, Andrew (Ashley), and Mary Dalton; Mullein (Derek), Heather (Ryan) and Cara Thorleifson (Brian); Jeremy (Karissa), Cory (Haili), Beatrice and Josh Butler and their father Grant Butler; Nathan, Trevor and Hannah Crook; and great grandsons Kade Butler and Rowan Spracklin.  Also surviving are his brother-in-law Lloyd Besselt, May’s brothers and sisters and many nephews and nieces and their families. The funeral will be held Saturday (today), March 12, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. at St. George’s Anglican Church in Birtle, with the Reverend Tess Meadows officiating. All those in attendance are considered Honorary Pall Bearers. Organist Eleanor Taylor graciously agreed to play at the service, to whom the family extends grateful thanks. Interment at the Birtle Cemetery will take place at a later date. The family would like to extend their gratitude to the caring staff at the Personal Care Home, who treated Dad with dignity and respect, and a dose of much appreciated humour. We would also like to thank the doctors of the Minnedosa Medical Group for their care and Minnedosa Funeral Service for their guidance and assistance.
CLARK: The death of Louisa "Lue" Clark, widow of Wally Clark occurred in Brandon on Thursday, March 10, 2011. Lue is survived by her children Carole Allen, Greg, Bruce and Andrea Wood and their families. Cremation has taken place. A Memorial Service to Celebrate Lue's Life will be held at a later date. Obituary and announcement of service will follow at that time. Friendswho wish may make a donation in memory of Lue to the St. Mary's Anglican Church Renovation Fund, 401 - 1st Street, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 2W8.
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Arrangements are with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 727-0330.
CUMMINS: Graydon Kenneth. On Friday, February 25, 2011 Graydon Kenneth Cummins passed away peacefully at the Shoal Lake Health Centre at the age of 88 years. He was born on October 18, 1922 in the R.M. of Strathclair to William and Marie Cummins. Dad attended school at Green Bluff School. Dad’s fondness for animals took him to the University of Ottawa to take a veterinary course. On June 11, 1948 Dad married our Mother, Grace Church and they farmed on their farm south of Ipswich in the Green Bluff District until retiring to his home farm where he was born and raised. Their farming life included raising registered Black Angus cattle. Dad’s passion in life was antiques and history. Dad’s other passion that was most important to him was his family, friends and extended family and was always very inerested in their work and activities. Dad followed hockey all his life whether it be local, junior or NHL hockey. A big part of Dad’s leisure life was camping and fishing with family and his Stuart Lake friends. Dad was always more than willing to help anyone who was in need with his wonderful ability to solve problems, with his knowledge at any cost or time of day. Dad always claimed he was a “Jack of all trades and master of none.” In 2007 Dad moved to a suite in Morley House, Shoal Lake, Manitoba where he continued to enjoy old and new friends and took up a new hobby of reading. Left to cherish his memory are daughters Diane Robertson, Theresa (Dennis) Wareham and his son Randy (Cathy) Cummins; his cherished grandchildren Onalea (Rob) Holden, Amberley (Kurt) Baldwin, Kelly (Stephanie) Robertson and Ashley (Cory) Harmon; his dear great grandchildren Cory Holden, Colin Holden, Keith Baldwin and Trace Baldwin. Graydon was predeceased by his wife Grace, his parents and Grace’s parents and son-in-law Ronald Robertson. Dad lived his life to the fullest and touched the lives of all who knew him. At Dad’s request a graveside service was held on Saturday, March 5, 2011 with Elgin Hall officiating at the Strathclair Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to: Cancer Care Society, Hamiota District Health Centre, Chemotherapy Unit, 177 Birch Avenue East, Hamiota, Manitoba, R0M 0T0 or the Strathclair Museum c/o Helga Gerrard, Strathclair, Manitoba, R0J 2C0.
BARNES: On Wednesday, March 9th, 2011 at Brandon, Manitoba, Helen Barnes, in her 86th year, passed away. Predeceased by her beloved husbands, J. Stewart Gordon in 1974 and J. Kenneth Barnes CA in 1989, she is survived by sonsDavid and Scott Gordon, their wives Laura and Marie along with grandchildren Jeff Gordon, Kate Gordon-Da Costa, Dana Cote, and Michael Gordon as well as four stepsons Wayne, John, David, Peter and their families. Helen was born in Montreal, QC on October 27, 1925. She lived in Belmont for many years helping to run Stewart Motors then moved to Lynn Lake where she was employed at the Hudson's Bay Co and the Local Government District as assistant to the accountant. In 1966, she returned to Brandon to work at the School Division as secretary, and then for many years with the Workers Compensation Board as a Rehabilitation Officer in Brandon and Winnipeg. After retirement she lived in Winnipeg, Killarney, and finally Brandon, Manitoba. She had a keen interest in Drama and took part in many competitions as an actress in south west Manitoba, later becoming director of the Lynn Lake Drama Club. She enjoyed many wonderful years at Country Sunshine Resort in Weslaco, Texasand often recounted stories of the good times she had there. At the time of her passing, she was a member of the St George's Anglican Church. A memorial service will be held at Memories Chapel, 330-18th St North, Brandon on Thursday, March 17, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. Interment will be at the Brandon Cemetery. The family would sincerely like to thank Dr. L. Moller, plus the doctors, nurses and staff at the Assiniboine Centre for the excellent careand attention afforded our mother. Flowers gratefully declined, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Manitoba.
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Arrangements are with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 727-0330.
BAILEY: Charles (Wes) Bailey passed away peacefully on March 7, 2011 at Assiniboine Centre in his 91st year. Wes was born on the family in the R.M. of Elton on August 15, 1919, to parents Mary (Minnie) and Charles Bailey. He received his education at Moore Park School. He then took over the farm and his love of farming and the rural lifestyle remained until his retirement. He was married in December of 1943 to Regina Dunseith and they were married for 67 years, until his death. During their latter years, they spent the summers on the farm and the winters in Brandon. They also enjoyed travelling and took numerous bus tours, covering many parts of the U.S.A. and eastern Canada. Wes is survived by his wife, Regina of Brandon and one son, Dexter, also of Brandon. One of his greatest passions was his farm and he enjoyed spending many hours of quality time there. At his request, cremation has taken place and a private family interment will be held.
MISCAVISH: SERVICE POSTPONED. Melvin Lawrence Miscavish (Mel). Funeral service that was scheduled for March 12, 2011 is postponed to further noticed use to weather Watch for Service announcement at a later date. White’s Funeral Home, Neepawa, Manitoba in care of arrangements, 204-476-2848.
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