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WILLIAMSON: Surrounded by loving family, Bette Williamson passed away June 5, 2011 in the Brandon Palliative Care Unit. Bette was born November, 8, 1925 in McAuley, Manitoba to Robert and Agnes Shopland. She grew up on the family farm near Rocanville, Saskatchewan. In 1947, Bette met and married Kenneth Williamson. Bette and Ken spent their working years in Brandon, Manitoba. Bette was a devoted wife and a loving, full time mother to her three children Brian, Marlene, and Kennie. After the children were grown, she assisted Ken managing Hillside Townhouses in Brandon. In 1997, upon retirement, Bette and Ken moved to Chimo Resort in Rivers, Manitoba where she enjoyed many local activities. She particularly loved golfing and bowling. She was the Senior Ladies Champion at the Riverdale Golf and Country Club several times but her most treasured trophy was the one her husband made for her "hole-in-one." For many years she was an avid bowler in Brandon and Minnedosa. Her numerous bowling awards attest to her bowling abilities. Bette was an active member of the Rivers Fifty Plus Club where she was famous for her home baking. She delighted in her six grandchildren and their various activities. She proudly displayed their photos, letters, and cards on the refrigerator doors. She leaves to mourn: her husband, Ken Williamson; son, Brian (Pat); daughter, Marlene (Ian McKay); son, Ken, also sixgrandchildren; Robbie (Gaby) Ferguson, Jimmie (Katya) Ferguson, Chuck (Andrea) Williamson, Jacob Williamson, Melissa Williamson (Lucien Lozio), and Evelyn Eichhorst. Bette was one of ten children and leaves to mourn Robert, Phil, and Jim Shopland, Helen Thompson, and Queenie Hodder. She was predeceased by Margaret Andre, Ina Hayden, and Joseph and Jack Shopland. Special thanks are extended to Dr. Visser and the compassionate and caring nursing staff at the Brandon Regional Health Centre. Funeral service will be held at the Rivers United Church in Rivers, Manitoba on Friday, June 10 at 2:00 p.m. Rev. Glenna Beauchamp will officiate. A private interment will be held at the Rivers Cemetery. Friends who wish may make a donation in memory of Bette to the Canadian Wildlife Federation, 350 Cowpland Drive, Kanata, Ontario, K2M 2W1 or The War Amps, Key Tag Service, 1 Maybrook Drive, Scarborough, Ontario, M1V 5K9.
Expressions of sympathy may be made at www.memorieschapel.com.Arrangements are with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 727-0330.
KACHANOSKI:Louie, 87 years, beloved husband of the late Ella Kachanoski, father of Linda, Ivan, Connie, Beverly, Aldan, Kimberly and Kristine, passed away at the Souris Health Centre on Sunday, June 5, 2011. Funeral mass will be held at St. Marys Catholic Church, Souris, Manitoba on Thursday, June 9, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. Prayer service will be held at St. Marys Catholic Church on Wednesday, June 8, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. Interment in the Souris & Glenwood Cemetery. In memory of Louie, donations may be made to the Souris Fellowship Club c/o Town of Souris Box 518 Souris, Manitoba R0K 2C0. Kowalchuks Funeral Home, Souris, in care of arrangements. Expression of sympathy may be made at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CITULSKY: Anne Marie Citulsky (nee Nychuk). On June 5th ,2011 at the Riverdale Health Center, Rivers, Anne Citulsky, beloved wife of Bill, passed away peacefully with her family at her side. Mom was born Oct 26, 1924 at Vista Manitoba. She went to Vista school and worked at several places in the Vista/Shoal Lake area .It was during this time she met Dad and they were married September 30th, 1945. Mon busied herself with raising their children and helping Dad on the farm. Her garden was always larger than necessary. Cooking and baking for her family was her joyno one went home from Babas house empty handed. Her perogies, cabbage rolls and peroshkie were not only family favorites but she used to make them for just about anyone who asked her. She especially enjoyed her grandchildren, always interested in what they were doing. And most recently, thrilled every time there was a great grandchild born. Knitting, crocheting, sewing, playing cards were some of her pastime hobbies as well as rarely missing a chance to play Bingo. Mom and Dad traveled to several places in Canada and the USA. The church was very important to Mom. She and Dad are members of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Holy Ghost, Brandon and Mom was an active member of the Ukrainian Womens Association of Canada-Lesia Ukrainka Branch. Besides her husband Bill, she leaves to mourn her 3 children, Ron (Susan) of Rivers, Evelyn (Eric) Neufeld of Minnedosa and Michael of Vancouver B.C. She has 5 grandchildren: Suzanne (Les) Sullivan, Steven (Erin) Neufeld, Curtis (Nicole) Citulsky, Andrew (Jennifer) Citulsky and Evan Citulsky (friend Jolene Hodgins). She also has 5 great grandchildren, Ethan and Ashley Sullivan, Haylee and Cameron Citulsky and Kate Neufeld. Mom was predeceased by her parents Mike and Carrie Nychuk, 6 brothers, Steve, Melvin, Nick, Dick, Bill and Matt Nychukone sister Jean Walowetz and bother-in-law Ernie Citulsky. She is also survived by her sister Kay Drul, and sisters-in-law Mary Nychuk and Violet Nychuk. Sisters and brothers-in-law: Jean (Steve) Manuliak, Peter (Jean) Citulsky, Anne (Wally) Kolench , Alice (Nestor) Zemliak and Jean Citulsky as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be held Friday June 10th at Memories Funeral Chapel Brandon at 11:00 am with V. Rev. Fr. Michael Skrumeda officiating. Interment will follow at the Pettapiece Cemetery near Rivers at 3:00 p.m. Memorial donations may be made to Riverdale Health Center Palliative Care, Rivers.
Will forever be loved and missed!Vichnaya Pamyat.Condolences may be sent to the family c/o Omega Funeral Home, 83 Royal Road South, Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, R1N 1T8, 1-800-303-4621 or friends may leave a message of sympathy on our web site www.omegafuneralhome.com Dedicated to those we serve.
BEARDY: Edwin Beardy, beloved husband of Ellen, died peacefully at the Brandon Regional Health Centre on May 19, 2011. Funeral services were held in The Pas on May 24. A memorial service will be held at St. Matthews Cathedral on Friday, June 10 at 1:30 p.m.
KACHANOSKI:Louie, 87 years, beloved husband of the late Ella Kachanoski, father of Linda, Ivan, Connie, Beverly, Aldan, Kimberly and Kristine, died in the Souris Health Centre on Sunday, June 5, 2011. Funeral arrangements are pending. In memory of Louie, donations may be made to the Souris Fellowship Club, c/o Town of Souris, Box 518, Souris, Manitoba, R0K 2C0. Kowalchuks Funeral Home, Souris, in care of arrangements. Expression of sympathy may be made at email@example.com.
SMITH: Charlotte Emily-Hope Smith of Brandon, Manitoba, formerly of Mission, B.C. passed away on May 28, 2011, at Brandon Regional Health Centre, at the age of 80 years. Emily was born in Mission, B.C. October 16, 1930, and was raised and educated in the area, where she remained until moving to Brandon at the age of 73. She spent much of her early life exploring the beach at her parents summer cottage on Crescent Beach. She loved the ocean. Emily attended Mission Senior Secondary School in addition to a year of private school in Vancouver, B.C. As a young adult Emily worked at CIBC prior to marrying Ray and becoming a homemaker for her family. Some of the organizations she belonged to included ACW, Mission Curling Club, Comet Club, Cancer Society, and she was also a member of the Mardi Club and Crib Club at Monterey Estates, in Brandon, Manitoba. She was very artistic and left her creative touch where ever she went. She sketched many a beautiful picture. She was a avid gardener and won many curling trophies over the years. She was an amazing cook and delighted many of us with her culinary skills. Emily was an inspiration to all as she battled cancer with perpetual optimism, courage and grace. She is survived by son Neale (Niki); daughter Cheri; son Dean (Pam). Grandchildren Troy, Heather, Chelsea, Scott, Zach, Jaimie, and Ben. One great-grandchild Claire. Predeceased by husband Lawrence Ray Smith. Parents Marguerite Jean Stafford and William Alexander Stafford. Anyone wishing to make a donation in Emilys memory may do so to the Canadian Cancer Society.
ROBERTSON: Dorothy R. Dorothy passed away peacefully on June 2, 2011 in White Rock, B.C. at the age of 89. She was predeceased by her husband Gordon, son Gordon Jr. (Rob) and granddaughter Chari. She is survived by her sister Margaret Christmas of Victoria, daughter Margaret Misko (Dennis) of White Rock, son Bill of Victoria, 5 grandchildren and one great granddaughter. Dorothy and Gordon moved from their home in Brandon to be closer to family in B.C. in 1997. Their ashes will be returning to their resting place in Brandon at Rosewood Memorial Gardens at a later date.The family will place a notification of date and time when determined.
WELLS: Aleck Kingsnorth Wells, beloved husband of Helen Wells, entered into rest on June 3, 2011 at the age of 77 years. Funeral service will take place on Monday, June 6, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. in the Carberry United Church, Carberry, MB. Private family interment will take place in the Wellwood Cemetery prior to the service. Donations may be made to the Deer Lodge Centre Movement Disorder Program, 200 Woodlawn St., Winnipeg, MB R3J 2H7. Whites Funeral Home Carberry, in care of arrangements. (204) 834-2629.
SHEARDOWN: Melvin Douglas of Brandon, Manitoba, entered into rest on Wednesday, January 19, 2011 at 76 years of age at the Brandon Regional Health Centre with family by his side. Melvin was born February 15, 1934 at Hamiota, Manitoba, beloved son of the late Thomas and Jennie Sheardown and brother of Gordon (Marion), Beth (Jamie) Jamieson, Lorne, Ross (Norma), Doreen (Jim) Alexander and Glen (Helen) and uncle to many nieces and nephews. He was the second youngest in his family. Melvin attended school in Hamiota and then worked as a farm laborer for six years for both Gordon and Jim Killoh. He became employed with the Manitoba Department of Highways in 1958 and helped build many roads throughout the province. In 1977 he began work at the Head Office in Brandon. At that time he purchased a mobile home in Whiteswan Trailer Park. Melvin enjoyed 33 years there sharing his life with many friends and neighbors! He retired in 1993. Melvin loved to fish, hunt and golf which he did until illness prevented him to do so. At home, he always had a crossword puzzle book close by. He also loved to take a drive to see what was happening around Brandon and the countryside. Melvin enjoyed travelling and made several trips to the west coast and the United States. Helping with harvest at Doreen and Jims, Connie and Harrys and Greg and Lynnes at Lenore was always a highlight. April 14, 1999 was a proud day for Melvin as he aced the 160 yard third hole at Northern Pines Golf Course. This was witnessed by his good friend, Harry Crowston. Melvin never missed a Sheardown Family Reunion or a family meal celebrating a special event. He loved to tease and laugh and had a twinkle in his blue eyes! While Melvin did enjoy visiting he was also a private and quiet man so was usually the first to arrive and the first to leave. At most of our tables, he had a certain place where he always sat! We will miss you, Melvin! Heartfelt thanks to the doctors and nursing staff at the Brandon Regional Health Centre (Assiniboine Centre 2nd and 3rd Floors) for the kindness and caring you gave to our loved one! Everyone is welcome to attend a graveside service at the Hamiota Cemetery, Hamiota, Manitoba, on Saturday, June 11, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. Following the service, please join with Melvins family for a luncheon at the Hamiota Community Centre and for a time of fellowship and sharing of memories.
Gone is the face we loved so dearSilent is the voice we loved to hearToo far away for sight or speechBut not too far for thoughts to reach.For those so desiring, donations may be made in Melvins memory to: CancerCare Manitoba, P.O. Box 2248, Stn. Main, Winnipeg, MB, R3C 9Z9 or Heart and Stroke Foundation of Manitoba, 824-18th Street, Unit 3, Brandon, MB, R7A 5B7. Condolences made to: firstname.lastname@example.org
OTTEN: The death of Matthias Matt Otten, beloved partner of Joanne Canada- Somers occurred suddenly on Sunday, May 22, 2011. Matt was born June 30, 1960 in Lübeck, Germany. Matt received his education in Germany, graduating in 1975. He began his career as a chef in Germany, receiving his Red Seal in 1979, his journeyman Silver Seal in 1980 and Executive Chef Training and Gold Seal in 1984. After moving to Canada, he received his Canadian Red Seal in 2003 and Certificate with Honours in Adult Education in 2010. Matt worked in many small restaurants and various hotels and large convention centers in the role of Chef and Executive Chef. Matts greatest love was teaching at Assiniboine Community College as a Chef Instructor and Executive Chef since 2002. While in Brandon, Matt volunteered at various organizations (non profit) and many community events. He was a member of the German Society of Westman. Matt enjoyed horses, archery and photography and was very proud to share his passion for food with his many students that he taught. Matt leaves his life partner, Joanne, and a daughter Lisa in Germany, a son Timothy and daughter Meagan, both of Winnipeg. He also leaves his step-daughters; Jen (Chris) and Tiani and a granddaughter, Addison. Matt was predeceased by his mother, Inge Christa Luise Otten. The Ceremony to Celebrate Matts Life was held at Central United Church on Monday, May 30, 2011. Rev. Laird Russell-Yearwood officiated. Pallbearers were Manfred Wicht, Wolfgang Monin, Chris Desjardins, Kevin Hefferan, Riley Vandermeulen and Thorsten Schmidt.
Expressions of sympathy may be made atwww.memorieschapel.com.Arrangements are with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 727-0330.
MUNRO: Sadie Natalie Munro, beloved wife of the late Clifford Muno, passed away on Friday, May 27, 2011 at the Brandon Regional Health Centre. God blessed them with four children, Beverly H. Munro of N. Surrey, BC, Barbara A. Pasechnik of Wakarusa, IN, Kenneth W. Munro of Yorba Linda, CA and Murray G. Munro of Brandon. Sadie was born on a farm near Horod, Manitoba to Paul and Theodora Black on February 27, 1917. She was one of fifteen siblings, of which three died in infancy. Her siblings were Nick, Annie, Frank, George and Mike Black, Mary Krawchuk and Rose Morgan-Clarke, Peter and Sam Butternowsky, who all preceded her in death. Marjorie Charney, Tom Butternowsky and Stella Handzuk are the three surviving siblings. Sadie was a wonderful homemaker and she enjoyed so much having family or friends and come and visit them. She kept her home spotless and enjoyed making delicious meals for her family and friends. She and Cliff enjoyed gardening and had a large garden for many years. She was always ready to share and encouraged many people with encouraging words and a hug. Sadie was also very health orientated and she walked five miles a day until three years ago when they moved from their home to Victoria Landing. She would like to say, You either use it or lose it. She was a great encouragement to us, her children, to keep in good health by walking. She made God a priority in her life. She attended Knox United Church for a few years; the Alliance Chapel for a number of years and then since 1970 attended the Worldwide Church of God. Said and Cliff traveled over the years in Canada and the United Stated and made many friends. She will be greatly missed by her children, Bev and Marian, Barb and Dave, Ken and Denise, and Murray; her grandchildren, Jann Niblock, Sarah Munro, Tammy Hinton, Pamela Balch and Daniel Pasechnik; and her eleven great grandchildren. . A funeral service was held at the McDiarmid Drive Alliance Church, on Thursday, June 2, 2011 with Pastor Dan Pope officiating. Interment followed at Rosewood Memorial Gardens. Memorial donations may be made to HCJB Global, 3-44 Saltsman Drive, Cambridge, Ontario, N3H 4R7.
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MOSSOP: Mary Isabel (nee Dooley) passed away on Friday, May 27, 2011 at the Souris Personal Care Home at the age of 90. Mary was born March 17, 1921 at Hartney, Manitoba to Joseph and Annie Dooley, the eldest of eight children. Mary received all her schooling at Hartney, walking to school or driving the horse and sleigh with her younger sisters & brothers. In 1939 the family moved to the farm at Lauder where Mary helped out and also worked for neighbours until 1951 when she moved to Wawanesa and started working for Wawanesa Mutual. While at Wawanesa she met the love of her life, George Stewart Mossop; they were married on October 29th, 1960. In 1961 George and Mary moved to Neepawa where Mary became employed with Gill & Schmall Agencies, working in general insurance and travel. During this time Mary travelled to Arizona and Hawaii, and she and George enjoyed a bus trip to Alaska. In earlier years Mary had also enjoyed seeing Niagara Falls. Mary was a 4-H club leader, teaching sewing, and took pride in making most of her own clothing. She had a huge garden and canned most of their own vegetables, pickles, fruit and jams. Mary was a wonderful cook and thoroughly enjoyed hosting huge family dinners. In 1987 Mary and George retired to Souris to be closer to family, and there she immediately became active in the Drop-In Center. Mary is survived by sisters Mabel Wilson of Salt Spring Island, B.C., Jean (Frank) Jezzard of Reston, Manitoba, Anne Laurent of Carnduff, SasKatchewan, Dorothy (Gord) Burgess of Brandon, Manitoba and by brothers Joe (fiancé Jenny) Dooley of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Ernie( Cheryl) Dooley of Brandon, Manitoba and by sister-in-law Elsie Dooley of Steinbach, Manitoba as well as many nieces and nephews. Mary was predeceased by her parents, her husband George, brother Jim Dooley, sister-in- law Pat Dooley, brothers-in-law Alex Wilson and Clarence Laurent. The service to celebrate Marys life was held on Friday, June 3, 2011 at St. Pauls United Church, Souris, MB. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Souris Personal Care Home Sunroom Project c/o A.R.H.A. Box 10 Souris, Manitoba R0K 2C0 or a charity of choice. Kowalchuk's Funeral Home, Souris in care of arrangements.
McKEE: Allan Gordon, June 4, 1920 - March 22, 2011. Allan was born at home, 19-13-16W, to John and Susan (Allan) McKee, he was the second of six children. His education was taken at Glenburney School until grade eight. He then stayed home and farmed with his Dad and brothers. He joined the army in 1941 and served until 1946 with the RCASC. He served in England, Italy and the Netherlands. When Allan returned from the war he was able to purchase his own farm in 1947. In the fall of 1947 a new teacher started at Glenburney School. On October 10, 1949 Evelyn Chambers and Allan were married in the United Church in Kenville, Manitoba. Allan was active in the Cordova Branch of the Canadian Legion until that branch closed. He then joined the Neepawa Legion. The Legion was an important part of Allans life he was a proud member since 1949. Allan was the Clubroom Chairperson for many years and was often seen, tools in hand, fixing and repairing. He was also honoured with a life membership in 1991. Allan was involved in many community activities when he lived in the Brookdale district. He was a Leader of the Cordova and Mentmore 4-H Beef Clubs when Brian and Lorne were members. He took his turn as chauffer to skating and curling rinks. He served as Counsellor for the RM of Langford for one term. Allan was a quiet man and his focus was the farm and his family. His community involvement did not lessen when he and Evelyn moved to Neepawa in 1979. Allan loved to curl and watch curling, he attended many Neepawa Cubs and Neepawa Farmers baseball games. He always enjoyed watching hockey at the Yellowhead Center when he could. Allan was recruited into the Elks organization and spent many nights helping at Bingo. Allan also found new employment in Neepawa, he worked as the caretaker of the Presbyterian Church for nearly thirty years. When Allan and Evelyn left the farm, they had more time to travel and see more of Canada and parts of the United States. They were also able to go to New Zealand to visit Marlene and her family. They enjoyed going to ball games in Minneapolis and on day trips to visit family and friends or just to see the country side. Allan was predeceased by his parents, his older brother Robert and wife Margaret; his brother Mervin; his sister Verla and husband John Kaston; his sister Loretta and husband Orville Hume; his brother Wilson. He was also predeceased by his brother- in-law George Chambers and wife Marjorie; his sister-in-law Isobel Kolesar and husband Fred and sister-in-law Florence Irvine. Allan is survived by his wife, of 61 years, Evelyn; son Brian, wife Leslee (Sheardown), their children Julia (Nathan) Fleck and Jarret; daughter Myrna, husband Douglas Pachal, their children Taryn and Karleen; daughter Diane, husband David Shepherd, their children Norah and Sarah (Jonathon) Alle; daughter Marlene, her husband Ken Hawke, their children Lorne and Ellen; son Lorne his wife Kim (Van Buskirk), their children Brett and Haley; Great-Grandchildren Jackson and Brooklen Thomas, Morgan and Edie Fleck (born April 19, 2011). He is also survived by his sister-in-law Pat McKee and brother-in-law Charlie Irvine, and numerous nieces and nephews. Allan was a proud and supportive Husband, Father, Grandfather and Great Grandfather. The funeral service was held March 28, 2011 in the Neepawa United Church with Reverend Mark Satterly officiating. Interment was in Riverside Cemetery. Thank you to Whites Funeral Home, Brian James, for their care and compassion. Thank you to Neepawa United Church and the UCW for a wonderful service and lunch. Thank you to all who attended and shared in our memories.
KRETCHMAN: Oscar Kretchman, resident of Rideau Park Personal Care Home, passed away at the Brandon Regional Health Centre on Sunday, May 22, 2011. Oscar was born April 27, 1925 in Monterrey, Mexico, in 1928 his family immigrated to Luscar, Alberta. Two years later they moved to the Nesibtt area, where he attended Minnewawa School and Nesbitt School. Oscar enjoyed sports and friends during his school years, but in grade ten he had to leave school, to help with the farm and he worked hard. In 1960, he married Erna Wolfe and they had three children; Lori, Eric and Alan. Oscar, Erna and Lori enjoyed three trips to Europe visiting cousins in Germany. Many times through the years he was called on to play Santa Claus in the community. Oscar enjoyed attending open houses for coffee and treats. If he got a free hat out of the deal that was a bonus! He had a collection of over 600 hats. He was an active member of the Nesbitt Pool Elevators, he also served as a councillor for Oakland Municipality and was a member of his church. His grandchildren brought him great pleasure, he enjoyed taking part in their birthday celebrations, meeting their friends, watching their activities and school plays. Later he would light up to see his great grandson, Ryley. The family will miss Grampas sense of humor and quick wit. He is survived by his wife, Erna, daughter Lori (Vern) Johnson, grandchildren, Brett and Julia of Calgary; son Eric (Shelley) Kretchman, grandchildren Karlee, Ryan and Lyndon and great grandson Ryley of Brandon. He was predeceased by his parents, Ernest and Olga, brother Henry and infant son Alan. A celebration of his life was held at the Redeemer Lutheran Church on Thursday, May 26, 2011 with Pastor Jason Zinko officiating. Pallbearers were Ryan and Lyndon Kretchman, Kelly Hill, Myron Krawchuk, Kerry Wolfe and Martin Mailman. The family would like to thank everyone who traveled far and near to attend his funeral.
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JOHNSON: Delia Anna Johnson, née Welch, a resident of Brandon for over 70 years, died Wednesday, May 18, 2011, at The Hamlets in Kamloops, BC. Mrs. Johnson was predeceased by her husband, Albert in 1997. Delia was born in 1914 in Milan, Quebec. While she was still a child, Delias parents, Isaac Bradley Welch and Margaret Agnes (McLeod) Welch, relocated to the Virden area where they established their home at Glenleod in the river valley. Delia grew up in Virden as one of eight brothers and sisters. She met Albert in 1934, they were married in 1938 and soon afterwards they moved to Brandon, where they spent the rest of their lives together. Delias early married life was devoted to raising her five children in the modest bungalow they bought in the west end of Brandon. As a dedicated homemaker, Delias favorite pastime during these years was to develop and maintain a beautiful flower garden, which she tended as devotedly as she did her children. Delia worked at Alberts side as co-owner and partner when he first opened the Palladium Dance Hall in 1947, and later in 1961 when he established Johnson Sound Systems, a wholesale electronics and musical instrument retail business. When Albert passed away in 1997, Delia took over sole management of the business until her retirement on February 28, 2002. Delia remained self-sufficient and independent until, in February of this year, she had a stroke. She moved to British Columbia In March, and after a series of ailments which kept her in and out of hospitalized care, she moved into The Hamlets, an excellent personal care home in Kamloops, where she passed away quietly in her sleep. Delia is survived by her dear brother, Clinton (Doreen), and by her beloved five children: Leslie (Tracy), Brad (Linda), Steve (Debbie), Deirdre and Josephine (Dereck), nine grandchildren: Bradford, Garth, Hillary, Casey and Joseph; Jennifer, Raymond; Daphne, Leila; six great-grandchildren: Aldous; Jackson, Olivia; Jenna, Tony, Lily, and one great-great grandson: James. A Memorial Service will be held at the Brockie Donovan Funeral Chapel, 332 8th Street, Brandon on Saturday, June 11, 2011 at 1:00 p.m.
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