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POCHYNOK: Peter Paul of Brandon passed away suddenly on March 31st, 2012 at the age of 67 years. He was born November 20, 1944 in Brandon. Peter attended David Livingston School and completed his studies at Composite High, where he met his sweetheart of 45 years. He held various jobs before beginning work with Pearson Construction, and was an integral part in the building of the Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium in 1967. Two years later, he started his career as Stage Manager at that same venue. This position gave him the opportunity to become an important part of the Performing Arts community. In 1986, he also assumed the position of General Manager at the WMCA, which he held until his retirement in 2009. During this time, Peter also served on the Board of the Brandon Dance Ensemble for 12 years. Peter enjoyed a variety of hobbies including carpentry, gardening, cooking and crosswords. His most memorable times were spent with family and friends at the cottage. Peter is survived by his loving wife Carol, his only daughter Kathy, son in law Dave, and cherished granddaughter Kellie. He leaves his sister Polly (Bob) Fleming, nieces Barbie, Debbie and families, sister in law Adella Pochynok and nephew Mark. Peter also leaves his mother in law Kathleen Hominick, sisters in law Lynda (George) Sutherland, Barbara (Don) Stewart, niece Karrie Sutherland, and nephews Rory and Keel Stewart. Peter is predeceased by his parents Andrew and Susan Pochynok, brother Mike Pochynok and father in law Nick Hominick. Funeral service for Peter will be held Monday, April 9, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. in the Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium, 205 – 20th Street, Brandon. Following a private graveside ceremony, friends and family are invited to attend a luncheon in the Grand Salon of the WMCA. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in memory of Peter to the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Manitoba, Unit 3, 824 – 18th Street, Brandon, MB, R7A 5B7 or to the Diabetes Association, 727B – 10th Street, Brandon, MB, R7A 4G7.
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PETER and Myrtle Nadler A Celebration of Their Lives
A memorial celebration will be held to honor the lives of Peter and Myrtle Nadler on April 14, 2012 in Brandon, Manitoba. A funeral mass for Myrtle will begin at 1:00 p.m. in St. Augustine's Church, followed by the interment for both Myrtle and Peter at the Brandon Municipal Cemetery. A reception and luncheon will take place at St. Augustine's Parish. Family and friends are welcome to attend.
OBEDNIAK: Thomas Obedniak of Russell, Manitoba passed away at the Russell Personal Care Home on Saturday, March 31, 2012 at 94 years of age. Prayers will be said Monday, April 9, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. from St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, Russell. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday, April 10, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. from St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, Russell with Father Mykhaylo Khomitskyy and Father Michael Tkachuk officiating. Interment to follow in the Russell Memorial Gardens. If friends so desire donations may be made to the Russell Personal Care Home or Russell Palliative Care Service. Remembrances and condolences can be e-mailed to Braendle-Bruce Funeral Service of Russell, Manitoba (204) 773-2747 in care of arrangements.
MURRAY: Eunice Monica Murray of Minnedosa, Manitoba, beloved wife of Clayton, passed away on Wednesday, April 4, 2012 at the Minnedosa Health Centre at the age of 75 years. Funeral service will be held on Tuesday, April 10, 2012 at 2:00 pm at the Newdale United Church, Newdale, Manitoba. Interment will take place at the Newdale North Cemetery. Donations may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association or the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Minnedosa Funeral Service, Minnedosa, Manitoba in care of arrangements. (204) 867-3868.
MAZAWASICUNA: It is with great sadness that the family of Ernest Edward Mazawasicuna announce his passing on Wednesday, April 4, 2012 at the Brandon Regional Health Centre. A traditional wake will be held on Sunday, April 8 with traditional services at 12:00 p.m. on Monday, April 9 at his home at Sioux Valley Dakota Nation and funeral service to follow at 2:00 p.m. Interment will take place at Sioux Valley Anglican Cemetery.
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Arrangements are with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 727-0330.
LOEWEN: Jean (née Steele) passed away at her residence, Fairview Home, on Wednesday, April 4, 2012 at the age of 102 years. Jean was born at Holmfield, Manitoba on May 3, 1909. She was predeceased by her husband, Jake in 1967, her parents, sisters Marjorie and Bernice, and brothers William and Allan. Jean worked for the Manitoba Telephone Company for 38 years at Cartwright and Wawanesa. She had a Life Membership in the Telephone Pioneers of Manitoba, she was a Charter member of Hope Rebekah Lodge #28, and a longtime member of the UCW, Red Cross and Seniors for Seniors. She is survived by her brother Lloyd (Lillian) of Sparks, Nevada, nephew Dale Watts, Winnipeg, nieces Sharon Nickle, Toronto, Sandra Phillips, Keremeos, BC and several cousins. Her step children: Don (Renate), Montreal, Gordon (Pat), Vancouver, Glen (Jean), Medicine Hat, Edith (Eric), Ottawa and Mildred, Morris, MB. We would like to particularly express our sincere thanks and gratitude to the staff at Fairview Home. They did an outstanding job of caring for Jean with compassion and dignity during her stay there over the past two years. Cremation has taken place and a private family graveside service will be held at the Wawanesa Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Arthritis Society, Suite 105-386 Broadway, Winnipeg, MB, R3C 3R6.
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LACQUEMENT: Ina Belle Lacquement, age 93, beloved wife of Edmond (deceased) passed away peacefully at her residence, Fairview Personal Care Home, on March 29, 2012. She was born to Harold and Elizabeth Mattatall on March 19, 1919 at Brule Point, Nova Scotia and was the third child of twelve. After graduating from school, she went to Truro and worked at Stanfield’s making silk stockings (with the seam up the back!) When WW II was declared the soldiers were stationed at Debert just outside Truro. Of course, dances were held to see the boys off and it was at one of these dances that Ina met Eddy Lacquement from Swan River, Manitoba. Eddy was smitten and on February 17, 1941 they were married just before Eddy left for England. Mom moved back home to Brule Point to help her Dad look after her siblings and her young son, Gordon “Red”. Eddy, wounded, returned to Canada early in 1945 where he was met in Halifax by Ina, her Dad and “Red”. In short time, they boarded a train for Brandon, Manitoba where they lived for the rest of their lives. Daughters, Elizabeth “Liz” and Doreen were born shortly after Ina and Eddy settled in Brandon. Ina was a stay-at-home Mom until the children were all in school, then started working at Agnew Surpass “fitting” shoes where she worked until 1967. Ina loved to go on holidays and for three weeks every summer they would travel all over Canada and the USA. Ed and Ina loved to dance and spent many Saturday evenings with friends, square dancing. After retiring, Ina and Ed spent many winters at Magic Valley Trailer Park in Weslaco, Texas where they enjoyed countless “happy hours” with their friends. They also enjoyed camping and could be found at various Manitoba campgrounds most weekends, often with a grandchild or two, but their favorite was Sportsman’s Park at Clear Lake. Ina joined the Legion Ladies Auxiliary in 1970. She was very proud to be a member and held many offices: 1972-73 Publicity; 1976 1st Vice President; 1976 Past Warden Medal (Sergeant in Arms); 1977-78 President; 1979 Past President; 1981 Treasurer and in 2010 received her 40 year pin. Ina was also a member of Central United Church. She loved her garden and gladiolas were her favourite flower. She always said she inherited that love from her Mother. The most important part of Ina’s life was when she became a grandma and great-grandma. Her love for them was endless and they in turn felt the same way. When the family was all together you could feel the love between them and all were treated equally. She often mixed up their names but that just made their times together more special. Ina loved to cook and anything that was a favorite of one of the grandchildren was made as soon as they came to the house. She loved to play Scrabble and cards and seldom did anyone beat her. Ina is survived by her daughter-in-law, Marion Lacquement and granddaughter, Kim and great-granddaughter Danielle; grandson Rick Lacquement and great-grandchildren Blaine and Belle; granddaughter Tracey (Jeremy) Collyer and great grandchildren, Kaylynn and Drayson; daughter Elizabeth (Bruce) Batt and granddaughters Carolynn Batt and great grandson, Hunter; Alison (Chris) Lassiter and great granddaughter Lacey; daughter Doreen (Richard) Bruce and granddaughters Nicki (Vickie Milliken) and Tanya Bruce; sister-in-law Florence Lacquement and niece Sandy (Les) Currie and niece Karen Whitehead; sisters Vera Reid, Tatamagouche, NS and Mary Stallard, Hamilton, ON. Ina was predeceased by her parents, husband Ed in 2006, son Gordon “Red” in 2003, sisters Dorothea “Dot”, Ella, Janet Mae, Greta and brothers Charles, John “Don”, Ken, William and Angus. A Celebration of Ina’s life was held at Brockie Donovan Chapel on Monday, April 2, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. with Mr. Lawrence McInnes officiating. The Active Pallbearers were grandchildren Rick Lacquement, Tracey Collyer, Kim Lacquement, Tanya Bruce, Nicki Bruce, Carolynn Batt, Alison Lassiter and great-granddaughter, Danielle Lacquement. Interment followed at the Brandon Cemetery, Veterans’ Section. Flowers are gratefully declined. Donations in memory of Ina may be made to the Kidney Foundation, 42 McTavish Ave. E., Brandon, MB, R7A 2B2, The Alzheimer Society of Manitoba, 4B-457 9th Street, Brandon, MB, R7A 1K2 or to a charity of choice. As the grandchildren and great granddaughter said at the end of their eulogy “Our Grandma was many things to many people, but to us, she was just Grandma, and we are so proud and fortunate to have had her in our lives for so long. Goodbye Grandma…say Hi to Grandpa for us!!!!” Rest in peace Mom.
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HUTLET: “Guy” Gaetan Wilfrid Joseph Hutlet of Killarney/Cypress River passed away on Tuesday, March 20th, 2012, at the Oasis of Hope Hospital in Tijuana, Mexico at the age of 81 years. Left to mourn Guy’s passing and cherish his memory are his wife, Doreen Delgaty, of Killarney, MB; his family, Mike (Kathleen), Bethany and Linnea, of Winnipeg, MB; Monique (Richard), Melissa and Ryan Toupin, of Winnipeg, MB; Roland (Michelle), Jillian and Jenna, of Winnipeg, MB; Maurice (Brenda), of Brandon, MB, their family, Crystal (Curtis) Seafoot of Killarney, Bryden and Cayle, of Brandon, MB; Gisele (Darren), and Keegan Foster of Winnipeg, MB; and Claire (Scott), Brittney and Shayna Dubyts, of Belmont, MB; his step-family Brian Drader of Winnipeg, MB, Nancy Heide, Karen, John, and Mac of Killarney, MB;  Blair (Susan), Thomas and Amelia Drader of Esterhazy,  and Holly (Alan), Victoria and Madison Mitchell. Also left to mourn Guy’s passing are his brother George, of Cypress River, MB, sisters, Annette Fifi and Jackie Hutlet, of Brandon, MB, as well as numerous nieces, nephews, in-laws, and friends. Guy was born January 25, 1931 in Bruxelles, MB to Arthur and Dorothee (nee Gregoire) Hutlet. Besides his parents, he was pre-deceased by his first wife, Florida (nee Fiola), an infant daughter, his parents,  sister Jeannine Gillis, as well as many brothers- and sisters-in-law. He attended the convent in Bruxelles for his school days. Guy married Florida Fiola, at Ste. Genevieve, MB on October 26, 1954. They farmed for four years on the former Gee farm four and one-half miles east of Cypress River. Guy showed his team of horses at local fairs. The family later moved to Cypress River, MB. In 1959 Guy accepted a job with Walter and Archie Defoort  to help with the transfer business. In 1962, Guy joined the construction firm of Gotthard Peterson as a caterpillar/truck driver, and carpenter; constructing schools at Melita and Strathclair. He was a mechanic at Helgason and Arason’s garage in Cypress River, later operated his own garage, then took up carpentry, for twenty-five years. Guy met Doreen Delgaty April 16, 1994 at a dance at Elgin, and soon took many trips to Killarney, MB. Their partnership was to continue for 18 years, until his passing. Besides restoring a 1953 Ford Golden Jubilee tractor, he found ways to use his many skills of carpentry, welding, and innovative construction to make life easier for her. Guy was a member of the town board, and served as mayor of Cypress River for a short time. Their travels took them to Branson, Missouri, the Carribean, and Costa Rica. Together they took great pride in beautifying Cypress River with flower pots for several summers. He worked for the RM of Victoria, mowing the ball diamonds and the CPR grounds. He and Doreen made many friends at their old-time country dances. Guy’s last dance was at Belmont, March 9, 2012, shortly before leaving for Tijuana, Mexico’s Oasis of Hope Hospital for further cancer treatment, having been diagnosed with colorectal cancer in July of 2011. His sudden passing came as a shock and surprise to all. He will be sadly missed and fondly remembered by all who knew him. Following a family burial in Killarney Cemetery, a celebration of Guy’s life was held at Willmor Chapel, Glenboro, MB Tuesday, March 27, 2012 with Phyllis Mulligan officiating. Donations may be made in Guy’s memory to a charity of one’s choice.
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Jamieson’s Funeral Services of Glenboro-Holland were in care of arrangements.
BREIDAL: Passed away at the Baldur Personal Care Home on Sunday April 1, 2012 at the age of 92 years, Skarphedin “Skip” Breidal, of Baldur MB. Skip leaves to mourn his passing his four sisters Vala Erickson of Winnipeg, Lily (Joe) Koldyk of Baldur, Anna (Frank) Peterson of Regina Sask., Bonnie Schau of Winnipeg as well as numerous nieces & nephews. Skip was predeceased by his brothers Helgi (1988), Bertel (1993), Joe (1994), Kris (2009), Murray (2011) & by an infant sister Jessie (1931). A Graveside service will be held on Saturday April 14, 2012 at 1:30 pm at the Bru Cemetery, Cypress River MB. Friends that so desire, memorial donations can be made in Skip’s memory to the Bru Cemetery Fund, c/o Shane Johnson, Cypress River, MB, R0K 0P0 or to a charity of ones choice.
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Jamieson’s Funeral Services of Glenboro-Holland in care of arrangements. 1-204-827-2480.
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EDWARDS: Harvey Russel Edwards. Harvey was born at home on the farm in Medora, MB on March 1st, 1921. He slipped away peacefully at Evergreen Place on April 4th, 2012. He attended school at Medora where he got his education. Harvey married Audrey McMall on October 10, 1939. Together they had five children Faye, Maureen, Laura, Jim, Barb. They farmed till they moved to Melita in 1958. Dad joined the Parks Branch at Lake Adam in 1966 hauling gravel and returned to Boissevain, MB on Jan. 15, 1987. Dad loved fishing, hunting, and curling. He caught a master angler on April 25, 1994. Having caught on hook and line a 60.96 cm (24 in.) Rainbow trout in Bower Lake. Jim Downey issued this Manitoba Master Angler Certificate. Dad also loved curling. He curled with Morley Edwards (skip), Howard Pool (third), Jim Edwards (second) and Dad was first or lead. Dad was predeceased by his parents Kestle and Mary Edwards, Frank (Joan) Edward, Ralph (Selma) Edwards and Ruth Edwards, his youngest daughter Faye Adams and youngest son Jim Edwards. He leaves to mourn his long time friend Verna Briggs, Maureen (Duane Williams), Lorna (Edward Spence), Barb (Vern Siemens) son-in-law Lee Adams and partner Val Wray. Dad has many grandchildren and great grandchildren, many nieces and nephews. A memorial service in Harvey’s memory will be held on Tuesday, April 10, 2012 at Smith Funeral Home in Deloraine, MB at 2:00 p.m. Interment will follow at Medora Cemetery, Medora, MB. In memory of Harvey donations can be made to a charity of your own choice.
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Smith Funeral Home (204)747-2088.
GARDNER: The death of Donald Leverne Gardner of Brandon, occurred in the city on Tuesday, April 3, 2012. Don was born in Brandon on May 29, 1932, son of George and Elsie Gardner. For many years, he operated Don Gardner Clothes in downtown Brandon. He is survived by his wife, Judy, daughter, Perri Gardner (Garry Rainnie) and sister-in-law, Gerri (Jack) Baillie. He was predeceased by his parents and brother, Cliff Gardner. A private service will be held. Friends who wish may make a donation in memory of Don to the Brandon Humane Society, 2200 17th Street East, Brandon, MB R7A 7M6 or to the Alzheimer's Society of Manitoba - Westman Region, Unit 4B- 4579th Street, Brandon, MB R7A 1K2.
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Arrangements are with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 727-0330.
TAGGART: Aldwyn Robert Taggart, known as Al, of Brandon, Manitoba lost his courageous battle with cancer at the age of 69 years old on Thursday, March 29, 2012 at the Brandon Regional Health Centre. Al was born in Londonderry, Northern Ireland on November 9, 1942 to Benjamin Taggart and Rebecca Culbertson. He grew up in Belfast, Northern Ireland where he completed his first trade of Tool & Die Maker. As a young man in Ireland, he became a proficient marksman winning many trophies. Riding motorcycles was another passion and he was very proud of the fact that he built his own car. He immigrated to Toronto, Canada in 1968 and became a proud Canadian citizen in 2006. Aldwyn moved from Toronto to Thompson, Manitoba in 1968, where he enjoyed working for Inco and the lifestyle the North offered. During that time, he completed his Interprovincial Industrial Mechanic and Millwright Trades. He married Sylvia Taggart, nee (Verley) in 1975 and they had two children Corinne and Marc. He moved his family to Brandon, Manitoba in 1986 and he followed in 1987 to start work at Burns Meats. In 1990, he began a new job with Ayerst Organics, where he enjoyed his work until he retired in 2002. He continued to work occasionally with the Millwright Union Local 1443 and maintained his membership until his death. Al’s specialty was precision work and his ability to measure to .001 of an inch. He created lasting friendships at work and his personal life because of his sense of humor, Irish wit and practical jokes. Aldwyn enjoyed many activities, such as drawing with oil pastels, travelling, camping, boating, fishing, golfing, cycling, playing cards, and darts. He was an avid watcher of the military, history and sports television channels. He was happy to share his current and diverse automotive knowledge. For many years he was very involved in his children’s sports activities and coached his son’s soccer teams. Al is survived by his wife Sylvia, his daughter Corinne (Jarrid) St-Pierre and his son Marc (Lesley Towler). Aldwyn was very proud and took great care of hisfour grandchildren; Maxime, Félix, Chloé and newly arrived Huxley. He is also survived by his sister Pauline Acheson (Roderick) and nieces; Carolineof Northern Ireland and Louise (Athol Haas) and great nephew Logan in Scotland. Aldwyn had a special and close relationship with his wife’s family, la belle famille. Aldwyn was predeceased by his mother Rebecca Culbertson (June 2011), his father Benjamin Taggart (October 1997), his aunt May Taggart and his uncle Robert Taggart all of Northern Ireland. The ceremony to celebrate Al’s life will be held at Memories Chapel, 330-18th Street North on Saturday, April 7, 2012 at 1:30 pm. Interment will follow at the Brandon Cemetery, Brandon Manitoba. If friends so desire donations in memory of Aldwyn may be made to the Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation for Palliative Care, 150 McTavish Avenue East, Brandon, MB R7A 2B3.
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McPHAIL: Shirley Jean (nee Dowker). A Celebration of Shirley’s Life will be held at Central United Church, 327 8th Street on Saturday, April 7, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. Shirley passed away Saturday, February 11, 2012 at the Assiniboine Centre in Brandon. Shirley was born March 13, 1931 at the Boissevain hospital to parents Goldie and Annie Dowker. She grew up on the family farm just north of Waskada, Manitoba. After her schooling she moved to Brandon for work and met Archie, they were married December 27, 1958. Shirley is survived by her husband Archie, son Alex, daughter-in-law Sylvia and their children Caroline and Katie, daughter Darlene, son-in-law George McPherson and their children Mitchell and Nicola, sister Helen Hannah, sisters-in-law Donna Agnew and Edith McPhail, as well as extended family members. She was predeceased by her parents, Goldie and Annie Dowker, sister Margaret Ross, brother Clinton Dowker, brothers-in-law Ron McPhail, Mac McPhail, Dick Ross, Doug Hannah, Hinds Agnew and Archie’s parents Alex and Effie McPhail. A private interment was held at Humesville Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, friends who desire may make a donation in memory of Shirley to the Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation “A Sense of Home”, 150 McTavish Avenue East, Brandon, MB, R7A 2B3 or to Humesville Cemetery, R.M. of Elton, Forrest, MB, R0K 0W0.
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JOHNSON: Dwight Stanley Charles Johnson, March 17, 1935 - February 24, 2012. It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Dwight Johnson. Dwight was born at the Misericordia Hospital in Winnipeg on March 17, 1935. He was the first of three sons born to Charlie and Rose Johnson. Dwight grew up on a farm south east of Minnedosa and began his early school years at Rookhurst Country School. During his junior high school years, Dwight attended the Clanwilliam School while living with his Uncle Dwight and Aunt Alice Montgomery and their family in Clanwilliam. Dwight began his working career with the CPR on June 26, 1952. Over the course of his 38 years with the CPR he had the opportunity of holding many positions ranging from shop worker, wiper, station worker, breakman, fireman and ending as an engineer. His work began on the old steam locomotive trains, at which time he acquired the railroader nickname of “Coldwater”. This name has affectionately stuck with him over the years. During the transition from steam engines to diesel locomotives, Dwight was laid off from the CPR allowing him to have further experiences in the working environment. He worked with his Uncles Johnny Johnson and Ernest (Tuff) Montgomery on their farms, transported cargo from BC with Keith Williamson, worked for Felix Alex on his farm where he shoveled many bushels of grain with his friend Dennis Brugger. He worked with Charlie Delmage doing delivery work. He had many other jobs to fill in the days until his return to the CPR. He officially retired on February 2, 1990. Not having told his family his plans, on February 2, 1990 he telephoned his wife from Bredenbury, SK, giving her the news that this was his last trip and that his brother Monty Johnson and Dave Pollon were coming with him. Bless the Manitoba Telephone System! Word flew like the wind and by the time his train’s headlight came around the corner a great many friends and family were waiting outside the station in a howling wind, blowing snow and –40 degrees to welcome him home. He officially retired April 4, 1990. Dwight was an avid reader and historian. You could find him reading history books anytime and on occasion would challenge tour guides on their knowledge of persons and events. He had a passion for collecting many things and loved to go “mining” with family and friends. He also loved to hunt ducks, and when time allowed, he trapped many a muskrat. Hours of enjoyment were spent by Dwight and friends in his great old shop, “Dwight’s Dog House”. A retreat for many, a wonderful place to expound on both serious and amusing topics and a few liquid refreshments served with crackers and cheese. Dwight also loved to travel and he especially loved Jamaica and England. He had the opportunity to visit both countries several times. He saw many of the United States and all the Provinces of Canada with the exception of Newfoundland. Dwight was predeceased by his father Charles Johnson (February 6, 1992), his mother Rose Johnson (February 19, 2006), his brother Ian Johnson (January 25, 2006), his father-in-law Fred Crook (December 6, 1989) and mother-in-law Annie May Crook (October 11, 1992) his brother and sister in law James and Dorothy Crook in 2010. He leaves behind his loving and devoted wife of 55 years, Joyce, three daughters, Diane and her children Hannah and Aidan Snider the only grandchildren, Lois (Kevin Harrison), and Cheryl. His brother, Monty Johnson (Leona); sisters-in-law, Grace Gwyer (Dean) and Betty Lou McKee (Ken), many nieces, nephews, cousins and his Aunt Bertha (Bun) Rudy (nee Montgomery), Aunt Margaret (Cecil) Montgomery and Uncles Donald (Irene) Montgomery and Robert Montgomery. Dwight and his family would like to extend their deepest thanks and appreciation to all of his friends and relatives who have stood with him during his last few months. Since he accepted Jesus Christ as his savior his greatest wish is that God’s grace and peace be extended to you all. The thanksgiving service for Dwight’s life was held at the Evangelical Covenant Church in Minnedosa, with Pastor Murray Carter officiating. A Eulogy was prepared and given by son in law Kevin Harrison. Pallbearers were: Robert Collen, Murray Hall, Calvin Cooke, Bryon Pollon, David Alexander and Michael Gwyer. Dwight was laid to rest in the family plot at Smoland Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, and if you wish, Dwight would like you to make a donation to the Save Our Station Fund, The Salvation Army, the Cancer Society or a charity of your choice.
He was much loved by many and he will be sadly missed. Rest in Peace.
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