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GREEN: Florence Megan (Micki) Green passed away January 20, 2011 at the Brandon Regional Health Centre, after suffering a short illness. Micki, as mom was known to all, was born in Miniota, Manitoba on February 10, 1934 the only child of Tom and Florence Stretton. She attended school in Miniota and Beulah, and at the tender age of seventeen, married John Edward (Ed) Green. Micki and Eddie made their home at Beulah, Cardale, Douglas and Sprucewoods. From their union, came ten children; Delaine (Russ) Manary of Winnipeg, Eddie (Sylvia) of Airdrie, Ralph (Debbie) of Calgary, Reece of Calgary, Darci (Larry) Semeschuk of Brandon/Souris, Corey of Brandon, Noah (Steve) Burns of Sherwood Park, Dusty Diment, Lance and Layne all of Brandon; twenty-six grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren. When Micki and Ed were living, working and hobby farming at Sprucewoods, Ed suffered from a severe Multiple Sclerosis attack and from that day forward was unable to work. Micki was forced into becoming the sole supporter for her husband and ten children, the youngest being only one year old at the time. Times were much different in 1967, and there was not the support available that there is today. Micki worked up to three jobs at a time, just to be able to put food on the table, clothe the children and look after Ed’s medical expenses. She first worked at Burns meat packers in Brandon, from there she went on to work as a nurse’s aide at Sunset Haven Nursing Home. She worked night shifts there, and during the day and evening shifts, she worked in Shilo at the General Strange Hall, where she supervised the swimming pool change rooms. It was there that she became like a second mom to many of Shilo’s young women. To earn additional funds, mom worked as a personal caregiver to a Brandon family. Through it all she never failed her children and ensured that the family remained together. Once there were just five children left at home, mom relocated to Brandon and secured a job with the Royal Canadian Legion that would last twenty-five years, until her retirement at age sixty-five. Mom loved animals and always had a dog or two wherever she lived. They were her passion and she maintained, right up to her death, that she loved her dogs as much as her children, sometimes more! As a teenager, her first dog was a black lab named Nellie, whom she never forgot. There were many in between, but her last dog was also a black lab named Nellie, and she is now living with Reece in Calgary. Micki was predeceased by her mother, father and husband. At mom’s request, her ashes will be buried with her beloved parents, in Beulah Cemetery later this year. The family expresses their sincere gratitude to the doctors and nurses at the Brandon Regional Health Centre for their care of mom over the two weeks that she was a patient there. A Celebration of Micki’s Life was held at the Brockie Donovan Chapel, on Monday, January 24, 2011 with Lawrence McInnes officiating. Donations if individuals so desire, may be made to the Brandon Humane Society, 2200 – 17th Street East, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 7M6.
FALLIS: Myrtle, 90 years, beloved wife of the late Alex Fallis, mother of Garry, Joan and Blaine, died in the Souris Health Centre on Tuesday, February 1, 2011. Funeral Service will be held at St. Paul’s United Church, Souris, on Monday, February 7, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. Private interment in the Souris & Glenwood Cemetery at a later date. In memory of Myrt, donations may be made to the Souris & Glenwood Foundation Box 518 Souris, Manitoba R0K 2C0. Kowalchuk’s Funeral Home, Souris, in care of arrangements. Expression of sympathy may be made at
DUNN: Kathleen (Kaye) Dunn, May 31, 1926 – January 30, 2011. It is with great sadness that Kaye’s family announces her sudden passing on January 30, 2011 in Brandon at the age of 84 years. Kaye was predeceased by her husband, Clarence Albert Dunn; her first son, Guy Barry Dunn; her brothers Peter and Wally Warnick and sisters Ann Warnick and Mary Slobodian. Kaye Warnick was born in Kemnay, Manitoba on May 31, 1926 and moved to Brandon in her late teens, where she worked at Kennedy’s Music Store, and played piano in a band. Kaye will be lovingly remembered and missed by her five children; Beverley Binkley of Vancouver, Barbara Dart (Bill) of Edmonton, Gregory Dunn of Toronto, Craig Dunn (Claudette) of Portage La Prairie and Sherri Ferguson (Bryan) of Brandon; her sister Helen Prost of Winnipeg and her brothers Bill Warnick (Phyllis) of Brandon, Steve Warnick(Helen) of Calgary and her many friends. She will be greatly missed by her precious 12 grandchildren; Kristen Binkley (David Neufeld) and Kara Binkley (Chuck Greig) of Vancouver, Parker and Taylor McDougall of Edmonton, Jodi Dunn and Aimee Hatcher (Kevin)of Brandon, Tyler, Stefanie and Marshall Dunn of Portage La Prairie and Spencer, Cassie and Renee Ferguson of Brandon; and her five great grandchildren, Mickey Daly of Brandon, Luke and Ruby Hatcher of Brandon, Jessika and Sophia Greigof Vancouver. She was very proud of the many accomplishments of her grandchildren and she loved nothing better than spending time with them.WhenKay’s husband died in 1976, she took over the family business of Imperial Taxi Ltd. and ran it until it was sold a few years later. She then worked at Reesor’s Jewellery Store in the Brandon Mall until she retired in 1991. Kay took up curling and golfing late in life and loved both sports. She had a hole in one and broke a 100 at the Clear Lake golf course,she saw these as great accomplishments of her golf career. She spent her summers at Clear Lake at 290 WasagamingDrive (the little red house) and she leaves behind many friends there. She loved the annual Tamarack Golf Tournament and when she could no longer play, she followed her children’s and grandchildren’s progress in the tournament throughout the week-long event. Kaye will also be remembered by friends and family for her rousing piano playing, as well as her great love of cooking. Kaye was a courageous woman and truly an inspiration to everyone who knew her. She lived every day of her life as though it was a special gift. The family wishes to thank the staff at Brockie Donovan Funeral Home for their caring assistance in this difficult time. . A service of remembrance was held to honour Kaye’s memory at Brockie Donovan Chapel, on Thursday February 3,2011 with interment at Rosewood Memorial Gardens. Donations in memory of Kaye may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 415-1st Street, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 2W8 or the CNIB, 354 Tenth Street, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 4G1.
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DILLABOUGH: Merv Dillabough of Brandon, Manitoba, passed away peacefully with his family by his side, at the St. Boniface Hospital in Winnipeg, Manitoba on Saturday, January 22, 2011 at the age of 73 years. Donald (Merv) Dillabough was born in Minnedosa, Manitoba on November 6, 1937, eldest son of Sam and Bessie Dillabough. He was raised and educated in his home town, and after completing his schooling went to work for the CPR in 1955. It was in the following year that he joined the staff of J.A. Burgess and Sons, taking up the trade as a meat cutter. 1957 found Ken Burgess bringing Merv to Brandon with him to open Burgess Solo Store on 6th Street. It was here that Merv met Gloria (Arbuthnott) and in July of 1961 their marriage began and lasted almost 50 years. They were blessed with three children - Marci, Rhonda and Allan, who have brought much love and joy to them throughout the years. In 1960, to further his career, Merv joined the staff of Canada Safeway. He spent 17 years with the company working his way through the management ranks to a final position as District Manager. While with Safeway, Merv and his family lived in several locations including Dryden, Ontario, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, and Winnipeg, Manitoba. Merv left Canada Safeway in the fall of 1977, taking a food consulting position with Westfair Foods (Loblaws). He spent 1 ? years with the company and it was at this time that they put together the Super Valu Store concept now known as Superstore. Merv opened Westfair Foods first Super Valu store in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Inspired by former Brandonite Laddie Hutchison, Merv became an Associated Dealer with Canadian Tire, and purchased his first store in Deep River, Ontario in May of 1980. Three years later, Merv and family moved to St. John's, NL where he opened a brand new store. It was during this time that daughter Rhonda found her Craig, and son Allan found his Darlene and first grandson Greg was born to Marci and Vince. In 1988, Merv was offered the opportunity to move "Home" to Brandon after being gone for 24 years. Merv played and enjoyed most sports with his favourites being golf, baseball and curling. He umpired minor ball in the Brandon City Leagues during 1958-1959, then started Manitoba SeniorBall in the spring of 1960. Between 1960-1965, he did most of home plate umpiring for both the Brandon Cloverleafs and the Riverside Blues. Merv curled on the Club Champions Team of both the Old Wheat City Curling Club 1959 and the Brandon Club of 1962. Their team won the 1959 Eatons Event, losing the Grand Aggregate to the Jim Williamson rink. Merv loved each community in which he lived, and always wanted to give back by becoming involved in various organizations. After returning home to Brandon he served on the Brandon Economic Development Board, the Brandon Area Foundation Board, became Chairman of the Brandon Kiwanis Club, and was chairperson for 5 years on the Helping Hands Board, along with being Vice-President of the Canadian Tire Dealers Association Board. Merv was a loyal supporter of the YMCA and was very honoured in 2002 to be presented with the YMCA Peace Metal. Perhaps his greatest achievement came in 2004 when he was recognized by Canadian Tire with the Award of Excellence, given annually to the top store in each of the company's three Canadian divisions. The award signified a dealer who operated a store at the highest level. Merv felt very honoured when presented with a life membership, from the Brandon Chamber of Commerce and equally pleased with the Base Commanders Commendation from the Canadian Forces Base Shilo. Any recognition of service to the community brought Merv great happiness, including being chosen as the Business Person of the Year in 1995 by the Brandon Chamber of Commerce, and recognized in 1999 with the Volunteer Award for Manitoba Business for outstanding Promotion of Volunteerism. In 2003, he proudly and humbly accepted recognition of his years of Dedicated Service to the Impoverished and Needy of Westman by the Board of Directors of Helping Hands Centre of Brandon. Merv lived life to the fullest, especially enjoying time spent at the Clear Lake cottage, or on the golf course with his good friends. Many a laugh was shared wherever Merv was found, often over coffee at "Timmies" or at the Town Centre after a morning workout in the fitness centre. Merv thoroughly enjoyed his seven years of retirement, and always found time to visit at Canadian Tire just to see how things were going, and to have a chat with staff and customers. He also looked forward to the winter months when he was among the first to pick up his season tickets for the Wheat King games. Kelly surely realized that he had another assistant coach shouting from section 19. Merv also looked forward, with great anticipation, to the week of the Royal Manitoba Winter Fair, where he found great pleasure mingling with fairgoers, participants and Board members. The highlight of the week was the Thursday night Heavy Horse Event when he proudly rode atop the wagon of the winning team for a victory lap. Merv was predeceased by his parents Sam and Bessie Dillabough, and by in-laws Bob and Anne Arbuthnott. He leaves with many wonderful and treasured memories his wife Gloria, daughters Marci (Vince), Rhonda (Craig), son Allan (Darlene), and grandchildren Greg, Lindsay, Brad, Taylor, Jordyn, Robyn and little Jayden. A private interment was held at the Rosewood Memorial Gardens Cemetery, followed by a Service of Remembrance at Central United Church on January 26, 2011. Active Pallbearers were Craig and Brad Pardy, Vince and Greg Crisanti, Shawn de Delley and Stuart Cruse.Merv's life was definitely a "SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY"!
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DEMANSKI: Isabelle Margaret "Sheila" (nee McCurdy) passed away at the Brandon Regional Health Centre on Friday, January 21, 2011. Sheila was the youngest child and only daughter of William and Dora McCurdy. In 1944 she married the love of her life, Walter Demanski. They were married for almost 65 years until Walter's passing in August 2009. Together they owned and operated a dairy farm south of Brandon where they raised two sons, Gary and Murray. After almost 30 years of working side by side, morning 'til night, they sold the farm and moved to Brandon. After moving to town they spent every summer working on their beautiful yard which was their pride and joy. They enjoyed going for drives through the country side and going to Saturday night dances at the Legion. After Walter's death, Sheila moved to Victoria Landing where she continued to enjoy all the musical entertainment that was provided. She missed her husband deeply and her one enjoyment and pastime was her afternoon coffee at Tim Horton's. She was treated like family by the staff and loved seeing her old friends and meeting new ones. She often said that this was better than any medicine for her. Sheila was predeceased by her mother and father, Dora and William; her three brothers: William, Robert and Maurice; and by her loving husband, Walter. She leaves to mourn her passing: her sons, Gary (Jean), Murray (Lynda); grandchildren: Janelle (Dave), Jason (Karen), Terry (Lou), Stacey (Adam), Ryan (Shelby); six great grandchildren; four sisters-in-law: Nellie, Lorraine, Jessie and Dorothy; numerous nieces and nephews. A Celebration of Life was held on Tuesday, January 25, 2011 at Memories Chapel, Brandon Rev. Shannon McCarthy officiating. A private family interment followed in the Brandon Cemetery. Donations in memory of Sheila may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 193 Sherbrook Street, Winnipeg, MB R3C 2B7.
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Arrangements were with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 727-0330.
BISHOP: In the last hours of January 27, 2011, George Bishop of Brandon, Manitoba, formerly of Erickson, Manitoba, succumbed to rest after a battle with cancer at the Brandon Regional Health Centre. George was born in Neepawa, Manitoba on May 26, 1932 to Nellie and Walter Bishop. They later moved to Kelwood, Manitoba. After a brief education, George went to work for numerous farmers and then the Good Roads at Riding Mountain, Manitoba. On March 12, 1955 George married the love of his life, Madeline (Birch). They were blessed with one daughter,Hazel, born February 16, 1956. George went to work at BA Texaco on Brandon North Hill for a couple of years. From there he worked at CCIL before moving to Erickson in 1967 finding employment with different garages. His final employment was at Riding Mountain National Park Compound as a Heavy Duty Mechanic; employed there until his retirement in 1992. George took a fancy to livestock where he built a herd of cattle for a few years. Due to health issues, George and Madeline moved to Brandon in 2006. Then a couple of years ago George bought a Miniature Horse Team (Buddy and Chip) with his daughter. He started driving them as a team and took them in a couple of parades, even winning the Best Agricultural Float in Rivers. He was so proud of his team. George and family were avid campers making a tour of Alaska in 2000 and many points in Manitoba. He was also a skunked fisherman as well as a hunter. George leaves to mourn his passing his soul mate and loving wife Madeline of 55 years; one daughter, Hazel (Vern) Moyer; grandsons, Jason and Justin (Pauline); granddaughter, Jodi (Darwin) Odowichuk; seven great-grandchildren; Daysha, Ian, Alannah, Cohen, Karson, Kohan and Kyrna. George leaves one sister, Kathleen and her family; sisters-in-law, Betty Birch, Margaret (Gordon) Pearce, and Judy (Jim) Menzies, and many special nieces and nephews. All children were special to George. George was predeceased by his parents Nellie and Walter Bishop; brothers Don and Frank; niece Linda; in-laws Sid and Etta Birch; and sister-in-law Phyllis. The Ceremony to Celebrate George's life was held at Memories Chapel, 330 - 18th Street North, Brandon on Tuesday, February 1, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. Rev. Jim Brown officiated. Private family interment took place at the Brandon Cemetery. Friends who desire may make a donation in memory of George to Cancer Care MB or to Manitoba Miniature Horse Club, Box 802, Boissevain, R0K 0E0.
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Arrangements are with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 727-0330.
AUSTIN: Albert “Bert” Morton Austin of Minnedosa, Manitoba passed away on February 4, 2011 at the Minnedosa Health Centre at the age of 85 years. Funeral service will be held on Thursday, February 10, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. at the Minnedosa United Church. Interment will take place at the Minnedosa Cemetery. Donations may be made to a charity of your choice. Minnedosa Funeral Service, Minnedosa, Manitoba in care of arrangements (204) 867-3868.
BENNETT: Jennie Bennett, beloved wife of the late Jack Bennett, passed away on January 29, 2011 at the age of 91 years. She leaves to mourn daughters; Joan (Harry Airey) and family, Christine (Harold Whittingham), and son; Steven (Virginia) and family. She also leaves to mourn niece, Eileen (James) and nephew, Wesley of England. She was born in the Parish of West Cornforth, in the County of Durham, England on December 21, 1919. On February 24, 1941, while Jack was on a 48 hour leave, mom and dad were married. She became a “War Bride” and the next day he was shipped out. On February 17, 1942, Jack was taken prisoner at the fall of Singapore and they were not reunited until August of 1945. Jack and Jennie came to Canada in 1946, on the Ile de France and resided in the Coulter area, where they farmed until 1960. Mom learned how to the drive the tractor and the combine, as well as how to haul the grain. In 1961, the family moved to Wheatlands and then in 1965 they moved on to Brandon. For many years, they travelled back to England to visit relatives. They also visited many other foreign destinations, such as Spain, Australia, New Zealand, Portugal and more. Mom loved going to antique sales, as well as yard sales, to find that great treasure! She spent many peaceful hours in her beautiful flower garden, at their home on First Street. For many years she volunteered with The Red Cross, the Diabetes Association and as well the Summer Games. A memorial service was held at the Brockie Donovan Chapel, on Friday, February 4, 2011 with Rev. John Dolloff of St. Mary’s Anglican Church officiating. Interment followed at the Brandon Cemetery. Donations in memory of Jennie may be made to a charity of your choice.
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“She will be greatly missed by her family.”
MITCHELL: Robert A. (Ray) Mitchell, beloved husband of the late Gladys Mitchell, father of Heather (Brian) and Blaine (Diane) and grandfather of Ashlee, Rob and Lindsay passed away at his home in Virden, Manitoba Tuesday; February 1, 2011 in his 91st year. Funeral service will be held from G. R. Carscadden Funeral Chapel, Virden Saturday; February 5, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Janice Van Aertselaer officiating. If friends so desire, memorial tributes may be made to the charity of your choice in memory of Ray. E-mail messages of condolence or sign the on-line Book of Condolences at www.carscaddenfuneralchapel.comG. R. Carscadden Funeral Chapel, Virden in care of arrangements.
FORSTER: George A. Forster. George was born in the Carman area on May 18, 1924. He died on January 31, 2011 at the Trilake Health Center, Killarney, Manitoba. George is survived by his wife Angele nee DeMey, son Alex (Irene) Forster, grandchildren Kimberly and Kevin, son Robert Forster (Gaylene Greenfield) grandchildren Lana and Michelle, daughter Leisa Forster (Ken Down). In accordance with George's wishes, a private service will be held at a later date. Private interment at Ninette Cemetery, Ninette, Manitoba. If friends so desire, donations may be made to Trilake Health Center Palliative Care Unit, Killarney, Manitoba, R0K 1G0.
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Killarney Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements.
REDLICK: Gustave. On December 20, 2010 Gustave Redlick passed away at the age of 92, at the Kipnes Centre. A Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, February 5, 2011 at Evergreen Funeral Chapel 16204 Fort Rd., Edmonton. Donations in his memory may be made to the Kipnes Centre for Veterans, 4470 McRae Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5E 6M8 or to the Alzheimer Society, 10531 Kingsway Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5H 4K1. Evergreen Funeral Chapel & Reception Centre, Cemetery &Cremation Centre, 780-472-9019.
LOBREAU: Wilfred, 85 years, beloved husband of the late Marie Lobreau, father of Francis, Roland, Clair, Elaine, Danny, Guy and the late Michelle and Gilbert, died in the Souris Health Centre, Souris, Manitoba on Friday, January 28, 2011. A Come & Go Reception to celebrate Wilfred’s life will be held at the Grande Clairiere Community Hall, Grande Clairiere, Manitoba, on Saturday February 5, 2011 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Private interment in the Grande Clairiere Cemetery at a later date. In memory of Wilfred, donations may be made to a charity of your choice. Kowalchuk’s Funeral Home, Souris, in care of arrangements. Expression of sympathy may be made at
DEREWIANCHUK: Sara Marie, April 7, 1928 – January 31, 2011. With sadness, the daughters of Sara Derewianchuk announce the peaceful passing of our Mother at the Rideau Park Personal Care Home in Brandon. Sara was born and raised in Lowe Farm, Manitoba. In September 1946 she married our Father, Walter. His work with the Canadian National Railways took the family to Decker, Lowe Farm, Levine, Glenella, Emerson, Thompson, and Brandon as well as a variety of small towns for short time periods. In 1987 Sara and Walter retired to Morris, Manitoba. Sara returned to Brandon in June 2006. October 2010 brought a move to Rideau Park. Sara will be lovingly remembered by her girls and their husbands: Joanne and Arnold Hildebrand, Brandon, Connie and Rob Holland, Brandon, and Jacqueline Derewianchuk and Mark Shurek, Stonewall, her young adult grandchildren: Deanna (Nathan) Picklyk, Liesel (Robert) Krahn, Kristina (Callum) Campbell, Sarah (Kenneth) Pinsent, Darren (Sarah) Holland, Benjamin Careme, Kimberley Holland, Joshua Careme, Anna Careme, and “special” grandsons Bill (Tracy) Haycock and Angus (Tara) MacInnis, and great grandchildren: Samuel, Simon and Sarah Krahn, Emerson Picklyk, Elizabeth and Julia Holland, Lilah and Josie Pinsent, Luke, Cody and Patrick MacInnis. Sara is also survived by her siblings Eleanor (Rudolf) Schlick, Ian (Connie) Hyde, Frank (Mavis) Hyde all of Winnipeg and Jack (Hazel) Hyde of The Pas, and many nieces and nephews. Sara was predeceased by her husband Walter in September 1995, her parents Nicolai and Anna Heide, three brothers and two sisters. Respecting Mom’s wishes, cremation has taken place. A Family Farewell will be held at Grace Mennonite Church on February 5, 2011. For those so desiring, memorial donations may be made to Operation Eyesight Universal, 4 Parkdale Crescent NW, Calgary, Alberta, T2N 9Z9 or Rideau Park Personal Care Home, c/o Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation, 150 McTavish Avenue East, Brandon, R7A 7H8. Arrangements are with Redpath Funeral Home of Melita.
DeGAGNE: It is with great sorrow, and sadness, that the family of Colleen Audrey DeGagné announce her passing at the Brandon Regional Health Centre, on Friday, January 28, 2011 at the age of 48 years. A service to celebrate Colleen’s life will be held on Saturday, February 5, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church, 339-12th Street, Brandon. In lieu of flowers, donations, in memory of Colleen may be made to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, Prairies/ NWT Region, 700, 10665 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 3S9 ( A complete obituary to honor Colleen will follow.
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BAILEY: It is with sadness in our hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved father, grandfather and great grandfather, Thomas Roy Bailey. He quietly entered into rest in his 96th year, with family at his side, on Sunday, January 30, 2011 following a short illness. His presence will be greatly missed not only by his family but also by his many friends who were benefactors of his always caring and gentle ways. T. Roy, as he became affectionately known over the years, was born on September 5, 1915 on their now Centennial Farm in the Prosser District, the sixth child of the late Tom and Ida Bailey. He spent his lifetime contributing, in a variety of ways, to the community he loved. His contribution to the betterment of Carberry and North Cypress included serving on Municipal Council, Carberry Development Corporation, Vegetable Growers Association, Hospital Board, and United Church Board of Stewards and Session. He took a leadership role in starting the growing of potatoes in the area, constructing the Carberry Plains Lodge and current health facility, the Carberry Plains Recreation Centre, and helped to design the Sandhills Golf Course. He was a lifetime member of the Oddfellows and Rebekahs, organizations that he loyally served both locally and provincially. One his greatest sources of pleasure was the hosting of the Royal Family in 1970 on the family farm. His life constantly surrounded his family (whose activities he always supported), his church, the drop in centre and his favourite leisure activity, golf. In recent years his contributions have been recognized as he was inducted into the Manitoba Agricultural Hall of Fame and awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Carberry Chamber of Commerce. He always went about his business in a quiet and genuine way as his warm words of encouragement always brightened the days of those he met. No day was complete without his checking on the operation of the farm which is now managed by his grandson, Terry. Roy was married to Nora Froom for 45 years until her passing in 1986. They had three sons, Alan, Brian and Douglas. His 14 year marriage to Edith Ranson ended with her passing in 2002. Left to cherish his memory are sons Alan (Margie), Kim (Nick) Ciampanelli, Dean and Jack, Terry (Lori), Alana, Kelsey and Thomas; Brian (Jan), Jerilyn, Jaelyn, and Taylor Miscavish, Ryan, and Allison (Peter) Reid; Doug (Lynne), Susan (Mark) Dobell, Heather, and Warren (Marie) Bailey. He is also survived by his stepsons George, Allan and Neil Ranson along with their spouses and families. He was predeceased by his older siblings Vernon, Mary (Eyvindson), Marsden, Dorothy (Pearn), and Bessie. A service celebrating his life will be held in the Carberry United Church on Friday, February 4 at 2 pm. Officiating clergy will be Rev. Peggy Reid with interment in the Carberry Plains Cemetery. In lieu of flowers friends may make donations, in his memory, to Broken Wings Mission Inc.(Haiti), c/o Peter Eyvindson, P.O. Box 51, Clavet Saskatchewan, S0K 0Y0. White’s Funeral Home in care of arrangements.
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