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STEVENSON: It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Jennie Lillian Stevenson on September 5th, 2012, eldest daughter of Harry and Edith (Smith) Purdy, born on March 6th, 1921, in Belmont NS. Jennie’s memory will be cherished by her immediate family, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and all those who knew her. Jennie moved to Shoal Lake MB with her parents in her first year, taking her schooling in Shoal Lake, then graduating as a Registered Nurse from the Winnipeg General Hospital School of Nursing. Her first position was at the Moose Jaw General Hospital, where she worked for a number of years.  Returning to Shoal Lake, Jennie married R C (Dick) Stevenson in June, 1946. Jennie was predeceased by her husband Dick, her daughter Jean, her brother Smith Purdy, and sister Ilene Strickland. She is survived by her son Harry (Julie); her son-in-law Jack Wilson (Muriel) and daughter- in-law Bobbie Stevenson; 3 grandchildren Jason Stevenson (Sarah), Karie Karpowich (Chris), and Kris Wilson (Karen); 4 great grandchildren Shaymus and Brock Stevenson, Kaydence, and Ana Karpowich; and extended family, Lawrence & Marion Reles, Christine Schmidt (Alex), and Neil Gidney (Brenley) and their boys. Upon marrying, Dick and Jennie took up residence north of Ipswich. There they farmed and raised their family. In 1974 they retired and built a beautiful home in Shoal Lake on the water. Many family events were held there, with Grandma as the chief organizer and cook for these memorable occasions. Her initial retirement did not last long, as Jennie returned to school and renewed her nursing skills, working for a number of years at the Shoal Lake Hospital and Morley House. Jennie and Dick enjoyed their home and travelling in later years. Family and community were always very important to Jennie, be it a long trip to see the grandkids take part in a sporting event; serving as a Girl Guide leader (Brownies); serving as a member on the Shoal Lake Agriculture Society Executive; or as a member of the Police and Pioneers Museum Group.  Jennie had the most unique ability to engage in conversation with any age group, and was much appreciated for her terrific butter tarts and carrot cake. The family would like to extend a heartfelt thanks to the caring Doctors, Nurses and staff at Morley House and the hospital in Shoal Lake for their tremendous care given to Jennie. Because of this, she was able to remain in Shoal Lake until the end, exactly as she had wanted. In keeping with her wishes, cremation has taken place, and a celebration of her life will be held on October 6th at 2:00 p.m. in the St. Paul Anglican Church in Shoal Lake, followed by a luncheon and tea at the Shoal Lake Drop In Centre. All her friends are to be considered honorary pallbearers. Interment will follow at the Shoal Lake Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Lions Club North Shore Project: P.O. Box 278, Shoal Lake, Manitoba R0J 1Z0; Morley House of Shoal Lake and/or The Shoal Lake-Strathclair Health Centre, P.O. Box 490, Shoal Lake, Manitoba, R0J 1Z0 or to a charity of your choice. Jennie will be lovingly missed by all as the one who remembered special days, volunteered tirelessly in the community, was at the center of family events, and loved her family and friends dearly.
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Rae’s Funeral Service of Shoal Lake and Erickson are in care of the arrangements. (204) 759-2160.
SHEPPARD: Bertha Florence Sheppard passed away on September 20, 2012 after a brief illness. Born in New Harbour, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland on February 21, 1926, Bertha was the youngest of 4 children. As a child she loved books, had a thirst for knowledge, and did extremely well in school. Unfortunately, her father passed away and she was forced to quit school before she had planned, and went to work to help support her family. Newfoundland was part of the British Commonwealth at that time. Bertha was a very proficient knitter, embroiderer and crocheter. She was contracted by Mary Maxim to produce their sample items. At the age of 18, Bertha moved to St. John's and found employment as a housemaid. It was in St. John's that she met her future husband, Calvin Sheppard. They were married in 1945. Calvin was enlisted in the Newfoundland Army Regiment and later into the Canadian Armed Forces. In 1952 he was posted to Winnipeg. He went on ahead, and Bertha followed by boat and a very, long train journey with five children under the age of 7. It was in Winnipeg that the sixth member of the family was born but passed away at the age of 21 months. In 1957 Calvin was posted to CFB Shilo. Having been uprooted from the city of Winnipeg, she felt isolated and homesick upon her arrival by train to Douglas and then Shilo. It took her awhile to adjust and settle into rural prairie life. Bertha worked at the Officers Mess in Shilo and the Brandon Woolen Mills for a number of years. In 1972 she worked at the Brandon General Hospital in the housekeeping department until her retirement in 1988. Bertha enjoyed reading, knitting, gardening and listening to CBC radio. She was able to enjoy and visit with her family who were living all across Canada. Bertha and Calvin also made many trips back to Newfoundland to renew old acquaintances and family ties. After the death of her husband, Bertha moved to Colonial Estates in Brandon, Manitoba. Six years passed when health issues forced her to move to Fairview Personal Care Home until her passing. Bertha is survived by her children: Vivian (Brian) Cyr of Winnipeg, MB; Chesley (Karen) Sheppard of Shilo, MB; Neil (Barbara) Sheppard of Red Deer, AB; Sharon (Pierre) Rioux of Quebec City and Brian Sheppard of Brandon, MB; eleven grandchildren; twenty- three great-grandchildren and four great-great grandchildren. She was predeceased by husband Calvin Sheppard; daughterMargaret Grace; parents William John Clarke and Agnes (Pinsent) Clarke; brother George Clarke; sisters Edna Clarke and Mary-Ellen Higden. Bertha's funeral service was held at Memories Chapel on Tuesday, September 25, 2012. Rev. Barb Jardine officiated. Urn Bearer was Chesley Sheppard. Interment followed in the Veteran's Section of the Brandon Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Bertha may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Manitoba, 3-824 18th Street, Brandon, MB R7A 5B7. Bertha will be greatly missed and will forever remain in our hearts.
Mom, we love you. Rest in peace.
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MAYBERRY:Jack passed away at his home in Reston at the age of 88 years. He leaves to mourn his passing his beloved wife Muriel, daughter Pat (Colin), grandsons Chris (Signe) Kevin (Heather and Jada), son Bill (Gay) grandson Greg (Alisa) granddaughter Sarah (Ian), Step daughter Brenda (Jack) granddaughter Angela (Steve) grandson Bryson (Onalie), Step son Laurie (Judy) grandson Jason (Jennifer) granddaughter Jennifer (Troy), great-grand children Oscar, Chloe and Collins, sister Olive Elliot, sister-in-law Olive Mayberry, and brother-in-law Don Hargreaves along with numerous nieces and nephews. Jack was predeceased by his sister Jean Hargreaves in 1992 and his brother Sam in April 2012. A service was held in Reston United Church September 13,2012 with Rev. Dwight Rutherford officiating. Urn bearers were Jack’s grandsons Kevin McKay and Greg Mayberry. Ushers were Jack’s nephews Larrie and Barrie Elliot. The Wheat City Sam’s formed the Guard of Honour. The lunch was served by the Church Guild in Sherman Hall following the burial. Donations in Memory of Jack may be made to: Reston Foundation, Box 515, Reston, MB, R0M 1X0 or a charity of your choice. All those in attendance were Honourary Pall bearers. Carscadden Funeral Home of Virden were in charge of the funeral arrangements.
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Always Remembered Forever Loved
MALAZDREWICZ: Peacefully in the early morning of Thursday, September 27, 2012, Muriel Theresa Malazdrewicz (Zagula) passed away at the Assiniboine Centre, Brandon, Manitoba. Muriel, Babcie to her grandchildren, was born September 14, 1932 on the family farm near Riding Mountain, Manitoba to Anthony and Josephine Zagula. She was the middle daughter of three children and spent her childhood years with her sister and brother, working on the family farm and developing her talent in the kitchen. She attended school in Riding Mountain, Manitoba and then business school in Winnipeg. Muriel began work in Neepawa for Murray’s Garage as receptionist, during which time she met the love of her life, Edward Malazdrewicz. They were married in St. Dominick’s Church, Neepawa on May 16, 1953 and spent 59 years together. Muriel returned to work in 1966 as receptionist and book keeper for Beverage Services Ltd. (Coca Cola) and subsequently moved into the positions of Office Manager and then Plant Controller, retiring in 1991. She is fondly remembered by many of those she worked with and supervised as a wise and caring advisor, confidant and, for some, surrogate mother. Muriel’s pride in her work was only surpassed by her joy and pride in her children, 19 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. Babcie will be remembered for her love of music and dancing, her welcoming hospitality to all who came into her home, and her wonderful Polish cooking. She is survived by her children, Greg (Roberta), Teresa (Greg), Michael (Kathryn), Deborah (Malcolm), Patricia (Richard), and Edward (Andrea), 19 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren, who were an everlasting joy and comfort to her. She was predeceased by her parents, Anthony and Josephine Zagula, her sister Stella Lavich, and her brother, Henry. A celebration of her life will be held at St. Augustine`s Church, 327 – 4th Street, at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, September 29th, 2012, with Fr. Kevin Smith as Celebrant and Fr. John Malazdrewicz as Co-Celebrant. Pallbearers will be Timothy Kindrat, Graham Malazdrewicz, Joshua Malazdrewicz, Nicholas Malazdrewicz, Michael Adamski, and Christian Robins. In lieu of flowers, friends may wish to send a donation to the Canadian Cancer Society, 415 – 1st Street, Brandon, MB R7A 2W8, or a charity of one`s choice.
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KARAI-JONES: Dr. Khorshed Karai-Jones formerly of Brandon, passed away in Ancaster, Ontario on Wednesday, September 26, 2012 at the age of 86 years. She is lovingly remembered by daughter Ura Jones and son Allen Jones. A memorial service will be held at Brockie Donovan Chapel, 332-8th Street, on Saturday, October 13, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. Complete obituary information to follow.
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HAY: Alan George Hay, passed away suddenly on Friday, September 21st in Calgary Alberta, at the age of 53 years. Deeply saddened by this loss are his son Michael (Allison), daughter Chelsey (Richard) and Grandchildren Hailey, Gabriel, Jake and Max. Also left to mourn are Alan’s brothers Ken and George, nephews Chris and Josh and nieces Caitlin and Courtney as well as numerous friends and family. Alan was predeceased by his father Harry, mother Elizabeth and wife Diane. A memorial service for Alan will be held on Thursday, October 4th at 2:30 p.m. at the Brockie Donovan Funeral Chapel, 332-8th Street. If family and friends desire, donations may be made to the Calgary Dream Center, 4510 Macleod Trail South, Calgary, Alberta, T2G 0A4.
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COLEMAN-KING: Margaret passed away on Tuesday, September 25, 2012 at her residence, Fairview Home. She was born on February 9, 1922 in the R.M. of Whitehead. She was the eldest of fourteen children born to John and Jane McKinnon. Much was expected of Margaret from a young age and she beganserving others early in life. She married Jack Coleman in 1943 and they began farming together. First in the Wawanesa area, then moving to Hilton and in 1957, they moved to the Alexander area where they remained until they retired from farming. Margaret began working at Fairview Nursing Home in the late 50's and continued working until retiring in 1972. During that time she gained popularity with the residents by organizing card games, dances and having a quilt available for whoever wanted to add a stitch of their own. Margaret had the gift of generosity. If she had it and thought you needed it, or even wanted it, she would go without to ensure you didn't. She loved to make meals and bake treats for family and friends and has created countless beautiful quilts that were all given as gifts. After Jack passedaway in 1992, Margaret remained in Souris for a few years and then moved to Brandon, where she became active in the Whiteheads Seniors group and later with the Salvation Army church. Margaret married Len King in 2000. He passed away the next year. Margaret is survived by three children, Jane Shaw, Ann (Ken) Bohn and Terry (Sandra) Coleman as well as seven grandchildren, eleven great grandchildren and five great great grandchildren. She is also survived by siblings: Henrietta Labey, Norman, Josie (Dominic) Maletta, Frank (Ruth), Alma (Bill) Beare, Harvey, Wayne (Linda), and Marie (Barry) Pearce. She was predeceased by her parents; son-in-law Clarence; brothers Neil, Leslie, Jack, Levi and Hugh and also her great grandson Cole. Margaret touched many lives with her serving nature. She will be missed by many and we will never be the same for having known her. A family graveside service will be held at the Souris and Glenwood Cemetery, Souris, MB on Saturday, September 29, 2012 (today) at 10:30 a.m. Rae Anne Coleman urnbearer. A Memorial Service will follow at Memories Chapel, 330 18th Street North, at 2:00 p.m. with Capt. Rhonda Smith of The Salvation Army officiating. The family gratefully declines flowers, as we would rather see an act of kindness of your choice performed in Margaret's memory.
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Arrangements with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 204-727-0330
ALBRECHT: Kay l. Albrecht age 73 beloved wife of Alwin, Mom of Lianne (Cam) and Grandmother to Maytlind died September 27, 2012 at the Boissevain Health Centre, Boissevain, Manitoba. A memorial celebration and time of sharing will be held at Crocus Hills Estates, 890 Aikman St. Boissevain, Manitoba Saturday, September 29, at 2:00 p.m. According to Kay's wishes a private interment has taken place at Waskada Cemetery, Waskada, Manitoba. Donations in memory of Kay may be made to Prairie Skills 220 South Railway Ave. Deloraine, Manitoba R0M 0M0 or to a charity of your own choice.
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Smith's Funeral Home, 204-747-2088
MALAZDREWICZ: Muriel Theresa, beloved wife of Edward, passed away peacefully at the Brandon Regional Health Centre on Thursday, September 27, 2012. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Augustine’s Roman Catholic Church, 327-4th Street, Brandon, on Saturday, September 29, 2012 at 10:30 a.m. with Fr. Kevin Smith as Celebrant and Fr. John Malazdrewicz as Co-Celebrant. A private family interment will follow at the Brandon Cemetery. Donations in memory of Muriel may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 415-1st Street, Brandon, MB, R7A 2W8 or to a charity of choice. Complete obituary information to follow.
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COLEMAN-KING: On Tuesday, September 25, 2012, Margaret King, passed away at her residence, Fairview Home, at the age of 90 years. Margaret was the beloved mother of Jane Shaw, Ann Bohn and Terry Coleman. A family graveside service will be held at the Souris and Glenwood Cemetery, Souris, MB on Saturday, September 29, 2012 at 10:30 a.m. with a Memorial Service following at Memories Chapel, 330 18th Street North, Brandon at 2: 00 p.m. Capt. Rhonda Smith of The Salvation Army will officiate. If friends so desire, donations in memory of Margaret may be made to the Salvation Army, 9 Princess Avenue East, Brandon, MB R7A 1R8. Complete obituary information will follow.
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SPENCE: Harold H. Spence, beloved wife of Gert Spence, dad to Keith & Blaine Spence died peacefully at the Deloraine Health Centre on September 24, 2012 at the age of 87. Funeral services will be held at the Deloraine United Church in Deloraine, Manitoba on Friday, September 28, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. Interment will be held at the Del Win Cemetery in Deloraine, Manitoba following the service. Donations in memory of Harold may be made to The Royal Canadian Legion Branch #83.
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Smith Funeral Home (204) 747-2088.
PHILLIPS: Peacefully in the early morning hours of September 20, 2012, Ruth Florence Phillips, beloved mother, grandmother and great-grandmother passed away at Valleyview Care Centre. Mom was born in Cardale, MB on March 30, 1924 to Frank and Cora Durston. As the oldest of ten children, she spent her early years helping out with her siblings and doing chores on the farm. Ruth attended school in Cardale, leaving home at the age of 16 to work in the area as a hired farm girl. She then relocated to Rapid City, MB where she worked at the Queens Hotel and the Canada Packers Creamery. In April of 1944, Mom started dating Gilbert Phillips. They were married at the Anglican Church manse in Minnedosa, MB on November 15, 1944. They resided on a farm north of Forrest, MB until 1952 when they moved to Brandon, MB where they lived for the next 3 years. In 1955, Ruth and Gib purchased the Massey-Harris dealership in Rapid City, MB and thus began Gib's Service. She spent the next 32 years working alongside our Dad selling machinery and serving the needs of the community. Mom did the bookkeeping, made special trips to Brandon to get a much needed part and in general kept the day to day operations running smoothly. After retiring in 1987, Mom and Dad filled their days with bowling, gardening and travelling as well as their various church activities. Throughout the years Ruth's interests involved the Rapid City Stock Car Club and the Brandon Wheat Kings. In later years she was a founding Member of the Manitoba Genealogical Society and served as the Rural Research Chairperson for many years. A work of pride for her was compiling the Phillips and Durston Family Histories. As an active member of the LDS Church, she was called upon to teach in the Relief Society and Young Women's Programs and she loved doing home teaching visits with Dad and other Church members. Mom resided in Rapid City until Gib's passing when she moved to Brandon in the fall of 2006. She spent 3 years at Winnipeg House and her final 3 years at Valleyview Care Centre. Ruth is survived by her fourdaughters: Bernice Finlay, Shirley (Harold) Slator, Patty Phillips and Linda (David) Ewald; grandchildren Doug Finlay (Hali), Sandra (Bart Gloor), Cameron Slator (Lisa), Jason Slator (Kim), Tammy Slator, Johnathan Ewald, and Joshua Ewald as well as great-grandchildren Zane Finlay, Melanie and Kelsey Gloor, Donald and Jessica Slator and Kaitlyn and Riley Slator. She is also survived by one sister, Florence Davis, of Winnipeg, MB; brothers-in-law Bob and John Phillips (Margaret) and sister-in-law Rena Cornish, as well as numerous nephews and nieces. She was predeceased by her husband Gilbert; parents Frank and Cora Durston; brothers, Billie, Philip, Fred, Ted and Victor; sisters Mary Belle, Doris and Mildred and sons-in-law Keith Finlay and Greg Richardson. Mom worked hard her whole life and the family is grateful that she can now be at peace and happy to be reunited with her beloved husband, Gilbert, whom she greatly missed. Funeral Service will take place on Saturday, September 29, 2012 at 1:30 p.m. with viewingprior to the service at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 107 Queens Avenue East, Brandon, Manitoba. Bishop Bruce Palmer will officiate. Interment will follow at Rapid City Cemetery. If friends so desire, donations in memory of Ruth may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 415 1st Street, Brandon, MB R7A 2W8 or a charity of one's choice.
When I'm Gone
When I come to the end of my journeyAnd I travel my last weary mileJust forget if you can, that I ever frownedAnd remember only the smileForget unkind words I have spokenRemember some good I have doneForget that I ever had heartacheAnd remember I've had loads of funForget that I've stumbled and blunderedAnd sometimes fell by the wayRemember I have fought some hard battlesAnd won, ere the close of the dayThen forget to grieve for my goingI would not have you sad for a dayBut in summer just gather some flowersAnd remember the place where I layAnd come in the shade of eveningWhen the sun paints the sky in the westStand for a few moments beside meAnd remember only my best Author Unknown
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LEWANDOWSKI: Sister Mona Lewandowski died peacefully at Rideau Park Personal Care Home in Brandon on September 24, 2012. Mona was born February 6, 1936 in Bethany, MB. Predeceased by her parents, John Lewandowski and Josephine Swiscoski (née Kozoroski), her step-father Albert Swiskoski, her brothers Donald Swiskoski, and Henry Swiskoski, Mona is survived by her sisters Beatrice Coulthard, Dorothy Levandoski, Ann (Leroy) Berehulka, Shirley (Bruce) Wareham, her brother Rod (Evelyn) Lewandoski, her sister-in-law Geraldine Swiskoski, numerous nieces and nephews, and her religious family, the Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions (RNDM). Mona completed her secondary education at St. Michael's Academy in Brandon, which was operated by the Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions. It was at St. Michael’s that Mona had a sense of God calling her to religious life, and she applied to become a Sister. In the autumn of 1961 Mona entered the RNDM novitiate in Regina, SK and after three years, made her first vows. She furthered her education at both the University of Regina and Brandon University, completing Teacher training and a B.A. degree. She taught at St. Augustine's and Sacred Heart schools in Brandon from 1967- 1971. On September 4, 1971, Mona made her perpetual vows as a Sister of Our Lady of the Missions at St. Augustine’s parish in Brandon. She was subsequently missioned to be the Religious Education Coordinator for St. Augustine’s. For the next eight years, she wholeheartedly took on this work, and made numerous friends in the parish. After a Sabbatical year in Rome, she returned to Canada to live in Ste. Rose du Lac, and served as Religious Education Coordinator for the Dauphin Deanery from 1980 -1988. In 1989 she returned to Brandon, and took on leadership and administrative responsibilities for the RNDM community at St. Michael’s Academy, until the Academy closed in September 2005. Throughout her life, Mona was active in various social justice initiatives with Chilean and Nicaraguan refugees, with Development and Peace, and with the Westman Association for Terminal Care in Hospice. An explorer at heart, she lived her life with a pervasive sense of wonder, curiosity and humour. In February of 2010, Mona fell and sustained a hip-fracture from which she never fully recovered, and then moved to Rideau Park Personal Care Home. The Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions and Mona’s family are most grateful to the staff at Rideau Park Personal Care Home for their outstanding competence, care and compassion. Prayers for Sr. Mona will be held at St. Augustine’s Roman Catholic Church, 327-4th Street, at 7.00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 26. Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Thursday, September 27th at St. Augustine’s Church with Rev. Kevin Smith as Principal Celebrant. Interment will take place following the funeral. In lieu of flowers friends may wish to send a donation to the Mission Fund of the Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions, 310 Provencher Blvd., Winnipeg, MB, R2H 0G7.
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THOMSON: Marilyn Laura, beloved wife of Glen and dear mother of Don, Cheryl and Garth, passed away on Thursday, September 20, 2012. A Memorial Service will be held at Central United Church, 327-8th Street, Brandon, on Wednesday, September 26, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Shannon McCarthy officiating. Interment will be held prior to the service at the Austin Cemetery at 10:00 a.m. Donations in memory of Marilyn may be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Manitoba, #3-824-18th Street, Brandon, MB, R7A 5B7. Complete obituary information to follow.
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STEVENS: Passed away at the Killarney Health Centre on Sunday September 23, 2012 at the age of 72 years, Mary Marlene Stevens (nee McLenehan), of Baldur, MB. Marlene leaves to mourn her passing her loving husband Charlie, son Frank (Sharon) of Glenboro, grandchildren Tyson (Pascaline) & Braden; daughter Charlene Harris of Forrest MB, grandchildren Marsha (Jason) & Angela (Trevor); daughter Anne (Dori) Gudnason, grandchildren Tayla, Kayden & Teigen; brothers Jim (Lorna ) McLenehan of Boissevain, Matt (Margaret) McLenehan of Lumby B.C., Murray (Sherree) McLenehan of Oakville, MB, sisters Betty (Harvey) Sorenson of Killarney, Marion Rourke of Brandon as well as numerous nieces & nephews. Marlene was predeceased by her daughter Susan Stevens, son-in-law David Harris, sister-in-law Donna McLenehan, parents Muriel & Bill McLenehan & by her in-laws Frank & Hazel Stevens. A Graveside Service will be held on Wednesday September 26, 2012 at 2:00 pm at the Baldur Cemetery with Rev. Irene Onuch officiating. Following the interment, a reception will be held in the Baldur Memorial Hall. Everyone is welcome. Friends that so desire, memorial donations may be made in Marlene’s memory to the Baldur & Area Foundation, Box 40, Baldur, MB R0K 0B0.
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