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HICKS: On July 12, 2011 in her 90th year, Mary Eugene Clarkson Hicks (née Rospad) passed away peacefully at Dinsdale Personal Care Home in Brandon, Manitoba. She leaves to cherish her memory her daughter, Bernadette and son-in-law the Rt. Rev'd. Jim Njegovan; her grandchildren; the Venerable Noah Njegovan of Brandon and Jessica Gaines of Streetsville, Mississauga and their family. As well, she is survived by her sister Christine McDonald of Surrey, B.C. and numerous nieces and nephews throughout Canada and Minnesota. Mary was predeceased by her infant son Barry; her husband Bernard Clarkson in 1956; her husband Harold Hicks; her daughter Angela; her parents Anna and Joseph Rospad, her sisters Elizabeth, Antoinette, and Tillie, and her brothers Harold and Lorne. Mary was a graduate Registered Nurse of St. Joseph's Hospital, Winnipeg. She was recognized as a lead OR nurse at St. Boniface Hospital, working on innovative heart surgeries in the early 60's. Due to allergies to surgical gloves she switched to private duty. These years prepared her for the care she would later give to her second husband and her daughter, Angela for years at home. With her passing her family wishes it revealed that Mary was an original founder of Cancer Care Manitoba. As well, she was a start-up member of "Roses" a support group for those caring for terminally ill family members, out of St. Ignatius parish, Winnipeg. Mary's social passions were golf, bowling, and bridge and she deeply valued her friends. Mass of the Resurrection has taken place at St. Augustine's parish, Brandon and interment in St. Boniface Cemetery, Winnipeg. The family would like to extend their love and appreciation to the "living saints" - the complete staff of Dinsdale Care Home, the Clergy and pastoral care teams of St. Augustine's for their weekly visits while Mom was in hospital and resident in Dinsdale. In honor of Mary please consider making a visit to someone who is in hospital, a care home, or shut-in.
"Well done good and faithful servant"...Peacefully resting at last.
GUTHRIE: Jack Guthrie passed away peacefully at Virden Hospital on June 28, 2011 in his 87th year. He was the son of Edward John and Ethel Guthrie and was the third generation to operate Guthrie Farms business. He is predeceased by his parents and sisters Mora Forsyth and Margaret Bulloch. He married Muriel Kay in 1944 and is survived by her after 67 years of marriage. Jack enlisted in the Air Force and was trained as a navigator in 1942. After the war he farmed and was involved in community life. He was on the school board, the Agriculture Society, the United Church board and coached ball and hockey. He was municipal councilor for 10 years and Reeve of the R.M. of Pipestone for 15 years. In 1992 he was awarded the Governor Generals 125 Medal for community service. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion for 65 years. We will all miss Dad, his knowledge, his patience, the twinkle in his eye when he told a story. His love of life and his will to live kept him going when his health began to fail. He never gave up. His strength will remain with us forever .until we meet again. Forever remembered by Muriel, Kay and Bonnie Guthrie, John and Jackie, Ethan and Ella Guthrie, Sheldon and Andrea Guthrie, Nicholas and Nichole, Madison and Elizabeth Guthrie, Gaylyn and Linda Guthrie, Jen Guthrie, Becky and Alexa Santos, Jacquie and Richard George, Craig and Monique George, Jason and Ashley, Corey and Laurie, Peyton and Kara George, Steven and Heather, Jack and Chloe George, Jonathan George.
GRAY: Eileen Catherine Gray (nee Eamer) aged 82 years, after a long illness passed away peacefully Wednesday, June 22, 2011 while surrounded by loving family in the ICU of Brandon Regional Health Centre. She spent most of her adult life in and around Brandon, Manitoba except for some years when she resided in Kamloops B.C. The past 20 years she lived in Lions Manor and formed several lifelong friendships. She is survived by her six children: Barbara (Jacob) Krahn, Kenneth (Janet) Gray, Barry (Rose) Gray, Heather (Michael) Bewza, Leslie Gray, Murray Gray; her grandchildren: Dean Gibson, Allison Sherdahl, Robbie Gray, Shannon Gray, Jaret Gray, Crystal Bewza, Amber Bewza, Kara Chatwood, Scott, Lindsay and Joshua Gray and several great grandchildren. Predeceased by her mother and father George and Etta Eamer, her sister Edith McDonell, brother Alvin Eamer and grandson Jeffrey Gibson. She loved and lived life to her full capacity, enjoying time with family the most, always happy when someone would just pop in for tea. She will be sadly missed, but leaves many fond memories with us her family, and all her friends. The ceremony to celebrate Eileen's life was held at Memories Chapel on Monday, June 27, 2011. Rev. Shannon McCarthy officiated. Intermentfollowed in the Carroll Cemetery. Friends who wish may make a donation in memory of Eileen to the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of Canada, Box 21047, Brandon, Manitoba, R7B 3W8 or to a charity of choice.
Expressions of sympathy may be made at www.memorieschapel.com.Arrangements were with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 727-0330.
When the golden sun is setting,And my face you no longer see,Remember I am with you,Wherever you may be.
EDE: Robina Gertrude was born August 22, 1923 to William Levi Ede and Margaret(Sutherland) Ede at Levine (CN railway) Station, Manitoba. She passed away June 26, 2011. Gert recalled some of her fondest memories growing up in Levine along with sisters Margaret "Daisy" (Brown), Elizabeth "Bess" (Serwonka), Jessie (Bradley), Mary (Allen) and brother Bill, where they enjoyed lots of fresh air and play and a good 2-mile walk to school. Gert started her paid employment as a waitress in Rivers and later moved to Brandon where she worked primarily at Eaton's Dept. Store. In Brandon she lived with sister Bess's family and had many joyful times with nieces and nephew, returning in the 1970s to care for her mother in Rivers. While the Rivers family home and stove were relatively small in size, that was no deterrent to welcoming big family gatherings to celebrate the holidays, where she was the unofficial photographer. A sweet taste was always left in the mouth by Gertie's delicious butter tarts. Gert enjoyed highland dancing and country music. She was a talented gardener indoors and out, where her plants thrived beautifully. She also had a special touch with crocheting and knitting ~ especially memorable was her talent for knitting afghan blankets with broomsticks. Gert enjoyed talking about current events and politics, loved to share a laugh and a game or two of rummy. Upon discovering their beloved dog, Lucky, was allergic to smoke, Gert and her brother Bill gave up smoking 'cold turkey'. Gert was able to fulfill her wish of remaining in her Rivers home, until just a few days before her passing on June 26th with family by her side at the Brandon General Hospital following surgery. A graveside funeral was held on July 6th at Rivers Cemetary with a heartfelt service by Reverend Paul Curtis (retired) of the Anglican Church and Amazing Grace sung by great nieces Erin Brown and Amanda Kloos. Left to mourn and fondly remember Gert are sisters Margaret "Daisy" Brown of Oak River and Jessie Bradley (& husband Charlie) of Virden; along with nieces and nephews from the Allen family (Bill, Shirley, Linda, Ken, Gary, Jim, Tom), the Bradley family (Donald, Albert), Brown Family (Sandra, Dale), and the Serwonka family (John, Deb, Pat, Dianne, Karen), as well as many great nieces and nephews. Anyone wishing to make a donation in honour of Gert, may do so to an organization/charity of your choice.
Rest in peace, dear Gertie.
DOUGALL: Gilbert "Gib" H. Dougall, age 86, Died on July 14, 2011 at the Boissevain Health Centre, Boissevain, Manitoba. Memorial Service will be held Monday, July 18, 2011 at the St. Paul's United Church, Boissevain, Manitoba at 11:00 p.m. A private family interment will take place prior to the service at the Boissevain Cemetery. Donations may be made to theAlzheimer Society or St. Paul's United Church, Boissevain, Manitoba.
Messages of condolence may be made online at www.wheatlnd.comKillarney & Boissevain Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements.
CARGO: It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our father, brother and son, Jonathon David Cargo on Tuesday, July 12, 2011 at the age of 31 years. Jonathon was born on July 23, 1979 in Canora, SK to parents Lane Englund and George Cargo. He attended school in Kipling, SK and Reston, MB. He graduated from Neepawa Collegiate in 1997 and attended Brandon University for two years. Jonathon worked at a variety of jobs, such as dishwashing, custodial work and meat cutting at Maple Leaf. He was a generous volunteer to many organizations, including Access Television in Neepawa and Community Kitchen, and was also a member and supporter of A.A. Jon was a voracious reader and movie watcher and enjoyed all genres. Jonathon married Marianne Pratt on July 15, 2006. They became the proud parents of Leland before Mariannes sudden death in January 2009. Jonathon is survived by his son Leland, his parents George Cargo and Lane Englund, brother Jeremy (Jen), sister Naomi (Derrick), nephews Nathan, Kane, Marcus, Lincoln and Gabriel, niece Samantha, grandmother Ruth Englund, and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. He was predeceased by his wife Marianne, his grandparents Art Englund, and Lionel and Grace Cargo, and nephew Dorian. The memorial service was held at St. Matthews Cathedral on Friday, July 15, 2011 with Rev. Chad McCharles of St. James Anglican Church (Neepawa) officiating. Interment followed at Pratt Family Cemetery, Sioux Valley, MB. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Mental Health Association, Westman Office, #23 12th Street, Brandon, MB, R7A 4L6 or to the Beautiful Plains Community Foundation, Box 486, Neepawa, MB, R0J 1H0.
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ATKINSON: Arthur Sheridan (Sherry) Atkinson, with his daughter and grandson at his side supporting him on his final journey passed away peacefully at the Assiniboine Centre on Wednesday, June 29, 2011 (granddaughter Victorias 29th Birthday) at the age of 83 years. Sheridan was born on November 14, 1927 in Winnipeg; he was the eldest son of Henry Sheridan and Constance Gladys Atkinson. Sherry is survived by his younger brother, Terrence and sister-in-law Florence. After graduating from high school, Sheridan attended the University of Winnipeg he then began his working career with the CIBC in Elgin, MB. In the 1950s, Sherry moved to Saskatoon with the CIBC, where he attended the United Church and met Della Holmes. Sherry and Della were married in Saskatoon and shortly after moved to Richmond, BC, where Sherry took a job with the Canada Revenue Agency. The couple were blessed with two children, Linda in 1962 and Dan in 1964. They resided on Ainsworth Crescent, the neighborhood which held 75 kids, all just a couple of years apart in age. With the great climate of the lower mainland Sheridan grew a variety of fruit trees, and he generously shared the harvest with all his neighbours. He became known in the area for his outstanding rose bushes, which he pampered. People would often come to get his gardening secret, and often took home cut roses. He claimed the secret was in the compost that he maintained all year. He always found the time to be involved in his childrens activities; including Dans soccer, being a Cub Leader and also coaching the softball teams that Linda played on. Sheridan was always encouraging, and he never hesitated to help in any way that he could manage for both his kids. This quality never changed with Dan, Linda or anyone else. Sherry and Della took in one of Dans friends after moving to Manitoba, and to this day that man remembers fondly the care and welcome that was given to him so freely. Sherry and Della were avid curlers and belonged to the Gulf of Georgia Curling in Richmond for many years. They both sang in the choir at the South Arm United Church and participated in many forms with many of the church organizations. In 1975, Sheridan took a job as area manager for Health and Welfare Canada in Brandon, MB. Sherry and Della joined the Central United Church and again lent their voices to the choir and served in many volunteer areas. One of Sheridans passions was stamp collecting and he was a member of the Philatelic Society in Brandon. This interest soon became a family affair. Sheridan was a volunteer with the museum at the Brandon Airport for many years, and helped with the Boundary Commission when it was in its infancy. He was also an active member with the Brandon Rotary Club for many years. Sheridan retired from the government when he was 55 years old and became even busier then before, and was the manager of the newly developed Library Arts Building in Brandon. Sherry and Della were blessed with four grandchildren; Victoria, Blake, Sarah and Sadee. In December of 1993, Sherry sat by Dellas side while she passed away from ALS. Sherry while enjoying one of his favorite activities, swimming, met Margaret Majcher and they were married in 1995. Sheridan welcomed his new family with open arms, Margarets son Will Majcher and wife Susan, and daughter Jan and husband Wayne Johnson, as well as gaining an additional four grandchildren; Andrea, Mark, Natalie and Blake. Sheridan and Margaret enjoyed golfing, playing cards in a fun league, and during the summers they loved to tend to their yard and travel in the winter months. In 2007, Sherry was devastated at the passing of his son Dan. Sheridan was a man who always had a kind word, a smile and a laugh that was contagious. He was eager to help his grandchildren with whatever they needed, but was stern and diplomatic when they stepped out of line. He will always be remembered for being honest and compassionate. Prior to his passing he spent much of his time chatting with the budgies on the third floor of the Assiniboine Centre and with the sparrows outside. He certainly had a special way with birds, including the ones in his backyard. A celebration of his life was held at the Brockie Donovan Chapel on Wednesday, July 6, 2011 with Mrs. Bonnie Zimmer of First Presbyterian Church officiating. Interment followed at the Brandon Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Manitoba Lung Association, 8-940 Princess Avenue, Brandon, MB, R7A 0P6 or to the ALS Society of Manitoba, 493 Madison Street, Winnipeg, MB, R3J 1J2.
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WIEBE: Frank Wiebe, beloved husband of Matilda Wiebe of Riding Mountain, MB; entered into rest on July 12, 2011 at the age of 75. Funeral service will be held on Monday, July 18, 2011 at 1:30 p.m. in First Baptist Church, Hwy 5 North, Neepawa, MB. Interment in Riding Mountain Cemetery, Riding Mountain, Manitoba. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Central Plains Cancer Care Services, 318 Saskatchewan Avenue East, Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, R1N 0K8 Whites Funeral Home, Neepawa, Manitoba in care of arrangements. 1-204-476-2848.
MANSON: Mary Elizabeth (née Steel) June 23, 1929 to October 6, 2010. The death of Mary Manson occurred in Brandon on Wednesday, October 6, 2010. Mary was predeceased by her husband, Alexander (Sandy) Manson; her parents, Andy and Minnie Steel; her brothers, Andrew, Wesley and Barry; and her brother-in-law Lloyd Burgess. She leaves to mourn her passing: her children, Karen Colbourn, Hugh, Andrew, Arlene and Linda; her granddaughters Susie and Sarah Colbourn; and her sister Ellen Burgess. A memorial service will be held for Mary on Saturday, July 16, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. at the Church of Christ, 943 7th Street. If friends so desire, donations in memory of Mary can be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association, 727-B 10th Street, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 4G7.
FOLKETT: Wilda Josephine Mae of Killarney, MB passed away at her home in her 96th year on July 13, 2011. She was predeceased by her husband Bill Folkett. She is survived by children Anis (Gary) Wray, Jack (Sharon) Folkett, Lyle (Diane) Folkett & Shawna (Dan) Blair, 7 grandchildren & 15 great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be held on Monday, July 18, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. at the Killarney United Church in Killarney, Manitoba. Burial will take place at the Killarney Cemetery. Donations in memory of Wilda may be made to the Killarney United Church.
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EDWARDS: The family of Mae M. Edwards (nee Noakes) are saddened to announce the passing of a beloved mother, grandmother and great grandmother on July 11, 2011 at the age of 98 years. She was born on November 5, 1912 in Winnipeg to William and Mabel Noakes, moving to Brandon in 1921. As her father was a newspaper editor, she also lived in Ottawa and Regina, prior to the move here. She married Jack Edwards on June 11, 1938 and together they worked hard raising daughter, Marguerite and son Bill. They lived approximately half of their married lives at 20th and Princess Ave. and the remaining time on 23rd Street. Mom was very independent and still lived on her own, right up till her hospitalization nine weeks ago. Mom worked her whole life with the public; first at Woolworth's, then for decades at Eaton's in the "Notions" and sewing department. Many seamstresses or those "in training" got valuable assistance from her over the years. She loved people and was very involved in community most of her life. From the West End Community Centre to Rebekahs, A.C.W. and U.C.T, she volunteered extensively. Mom and Dad were instrumental, along with two other couples, in starting U.C.T's Travo bingo and she rarely missed a night selling tickets well into her 80's. Different venues around Brandon also found her as a bingo player 2-3 times a week. She was quite lucky but mostly enjoyed the socializing. She found another passion in her later life and that was her "slots"; always a winner even if she spent much more than she made! Following Dad's retirement, they discovered Hawaii and made several trips there before health issues became a concern. The true love of her life though was her family and she was a wonderful parent and Mom-in-law to us. When her only grandchildren, Kristal and Todd came into her life, there were few people who didn't see or hear of their many awesome features and feats! That joy just kept increasing as the grandkids married Daryn and Brenda and then added four precious great-grandchildren: Brittany and Brendan Laminman and Dylan and Halle Edwards. Mom was predeceased by her parents, our Dad in 2000, Marguerite in 2005, all of her brothers and sister-in-laws: James Noakes (Mary), William, Edward (Eleanor), Harmon (Betty), Art (Jessie). Also pre-deceasing her were all of Dad's family; Gordon (Mary), Len (Doris), Tom (Thelma, Jean), Daisy (Jack) McLeod and Dolly (Ed) Bond. Numerous nieces and nephews survive, including Don and Louise Edwards, who assisted Mom over the years in many ways. The family would like to thank her dedicated home caregivers as well as special neighbours, Sheila and Dot, who all helped in enabling her to stay in her own home all these years. A celebration of Mae's life will be held at Memories Chapel, 330 - 18th Street North on Friday (today), July 15, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. Arlene Robertson will officiate. A private interment will be held at the Rosewood Memorial Gardens. Flowers are gratefully declined, but if desired, donations to either the Manitoba Lung Association, 8 - 940 Princess Ave. Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 0P6 or charity of choice would be welcomed.
Expressions of sympathy may be made atwww.memorieschapel.com.Arrangements are with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 727-0330.
CHURCH: The death of Donald Frederick Church occurred on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 in Brandon. Don was born August 6, 1929 in the RM of Blanchard, the son of Fred and Mary Church. He went to school in Marney and Strathclair. Don leaves to mourn his wife Joyce, two sons: Rick and Chris (Triena); five grandchildren: Eric, Evan, Emma, Madison and Logan. Also surviving are Don'stwo brothers: Clarence (Jean) of Winnipeg and Gerald (Donna) of Calgary. He was predeceased by his brother Gordon and sisters; Ilene, Phyllis and Grace. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday July 16, 2011 at 1:30 p.m. at Trinity United Church, 1515 - 6th Street, Brandon with Rev. Wayne Sanderson officiating. A private interment will be in Brandon Cemetery. Friends who wish may make a donation in memory of Donald to the Alzheimer Society of Manitoba, Westman Region, Unit 4B - 457 9th Street, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 1K2.
Expressions of sympathy may be made at www.memorieschapel.com.Arrangements are with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 727-0330.
SCOTT: 1961 2011. Surrounded by family and love, Callum Scott passed away on Monday, July 11th, 2011. Left to cherish his memory is his loving wife, Lorna; his son, Jamie; his daughter, Vanessa and her husband, Stuart; special grandson, Cade Bonneville. He will also be deeply missed by his parents, Mary and Walter Scott; his brothers, Alan and his wife, Dorothy, and Glenn and his wife, Linda; his Grandmother Jannie Campbell; brothers -in-law and sisters-in-law, Val and Ray Leronowich, Karen and Brent McEachen and Gerald and Erika Bodnaruk. Also surviving are many nieces and nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. Callum was predeceased by his maternal grandparents, Nana and Dide Morrison; and his father-in-law, Oscar Bodnaruk. Callum was born on January 14th, 1961 in Aberdeen, Scotland. He spent his first seven years living in Scotland and England before moving to Canada with his family. Callum attended elementary school in Loughborough, England, New Pitsligo, Scotland, Regina, Saskatchewan, and after moving to Brandon, he attended Fleming Elementary School, Earl Oxford Junior High, Neelin High School and Assiniboine Community College. Callum was an avid athlete and excelled at baseball, hockey, volleyball, basketball, soccer, and golf. He was born a leader and took his responsibility seriously whenever he was named captain of a team, which happened often! In 1979, he married his high school sweetheart, Lorna, and they were overjoyed with the births of Jamie in 1980 and Vanessa in 1982; and words cannot describe his excitement at the birth of his grandson, Cade in 2009. Callum carried his leadership qualities into both work and volunteer life. He started his 28-year career in media advertising in 1981 at the Brandon Sun. In 1986, he moved on to TV sales at CKX-TV for 3 years, returning to the Brandon Sun in the positions of Sales Rep, Commercial Print Manager, Classified Sales Supervisor and Advertising Director. In 2001, Callum moved to the position of Ad Director at the Medicine Hat News, at the Red Deer Advocate (2005-2007), and the Saskatoon Star Phoenix from 2007 until his illness meant he was no longer able to work. Always on the lookout for new ideas, he was known for seeking out newspapers wherever he travelled. Callum enjoyed community sports and community service. He played and was Secretary Treasurer of the Brandon Senior Soccer League and managed Jamie's Atom and Midget "AAA" hockey teams. He joined the Masonic family at Fenwick Lodge #158 in Brandon where he was Past Master and served as District Deputy Grand Master of the 7th Masonic District. He was a member of Valley of Scottish Rite and Brandon and District Shrine Club and the Sunrise Rotary Club in Medicine Hat. He volunteered on organizing committees for various golf tournaments including Optimist Youth Golf Tournament in Brandon and the Energy Services Invitational in Medicine Hat. Callum's greatest and fondest moments were spent with his family. He loved spending time at the hockey rink with Jamie, and never missed seeing Vanessa at a dance recital or festival. Extra special memories were caddying for Jamie at the Canadian Amateur Golf Championship and presenting Vanessa with her gavel when she was installed as Honored Queen. He enjoyed sharing his love of golf with many family members. He knew his hole-in-one was special, but said he was more excited to see Lorna get her hole-in-one. A special memory for him is the rounds played at the Fraserburgh Golf Club in Scotland and the trip with his family to Carnoustie Golf Links and the Old Course at St. Andrews. Callum and Lorna were dedicated very much to each other and were truly best friends. They enjoyed travelling together and shared many wonderful memories of Mexico, Scotland, Ireland and Dominican Republic. Callum was very much a family man and his values of honesty, unconditional love and support will live on through his children and family. He was ecstatic to be a Grandad and was especially grateful for time spent with grandson, Cade, the ray of sunshine in his life. Callum had impact on the lives of everyone he met, especially his wife, children, grandson, and even though he left us too early, we treasure every moment with him. To honour his memory Callum asks that you use the love and happiness in your heart to care for others to make the world a better place to live. Play it where it lies We would like to thank Dr. Haider, Saskatoon Cancer Clinic, and Dr. Mettle for their wonderful care of Callum during his illness. Thank you to Dr. Sid Harrison, Dr. Josh Foley, the Palliative Care Outreach Team and the wonderful staff on the Palliative Care Unit at the Medicine Hat Regional Hospital. A Celebration of Callums Life will be held in Saamis Memorial Funeral Chapel, #1 Dunmore Road SE, Medicine Hat, on Thursday, July 14th, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. with Reverend Dr. Shane P. Andrus officiating. A Memorial Service will be held at Memories Chapel in Brandon on Monday, July 18th, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. Callums ashes will be spread in Scotland at a later date. Memorial gifts in Callums memory may be made to the Colorectal Cancer Association of Canada, 60 St. Clair Avenue East, Suite 204, Toronto, Ontario, M4T 1N5, or to the Saskatoon Cancer Centre, 20 Campus Drive, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7N 4H4, or to the Fenwick Lodge #158, 8th Street and Lorne Avenue, Brandon, Manitoba, or to the Medicine Hat Hospice Palliative Care Society, 640 3rd Street SE, Medicine Hat, Alberta, T1A 0H5. Condolences can be e-mailed to email@example.com, subject- heading Callum Scott or through www.gonebutnotforgotten.ca. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to Saamis Memorial Funeral Chapel And Crematorium, The Chapel in the Park, Medicine Hat, Alberta. Should you wish any additional information, please telephone 1-800-317-2647.
CARGO: Jonathon Cargo of Neepawa, beloved husband of the late Marianne Cargo, passed away on Tuesday, July 12, 2011 at the Brandon Regional Health Centre at the age of 31 years. The memorial service will be held at St. Matthews Cathedral, 403-13th Street on Friday, July 15, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Chad McCharles of St. James Anglican Church (Neepawa) officiating. Interment will follow at Pratt Family Cemetery, Sioux Valley, MB. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Mental Health Association, Westman Office, #23-12th Street, Brandon MB, R7A 4L6 or to the Beautiful Plains Community Foundation, Box 486, Neepawa, MB, R0J 1H0. Complete obituary information to follow.
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BELL: Charles Charlie Bell; of Hamiota, MB; beloved husband of Wilma and father of Kevin (Wendy), Curtis (Kim), Wonda (Erle) Brewer; passed away at the Hamiota District Health Centre, Hamiota, MB on Tuesday, July 12, 2011. A service to celebrate Charlies life will be held at the Hamiota United Church, Hamiota, MB on Friday, July 15, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. A private family interment will take place at the Hamiota Cemetery. For those so desiring, donations may be made in Charlies memory to the Hamiota Golf Club, Hamiota, MB, R0M 0T0 or to the Hamiota Community Foundation, Box 100, Hamiota, MB, R0M 0T0. Messages of condolence can be sent through the obituary at www.campbellfuneralhome.ca. Campbell Funeral Home, Hamiota is entrusted with the arrangements. (866) 620-2744.
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