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DRAPEAU: Passed away accidently on Sunday May 10, 2015 at the age of 27 years, Simon Philippe (Chum) Drapeau, of Stockton MB. Simon leaves to mourn his passing his loving parents, Sylvie (nee Chartrand) & Levi Drapeau, sister Rosalie (Bryce) Klassen, nieces Isabelle (& Godchild) & Evelyn Klassen, grandparents Marie (nee Laroche) Drapeau, Lucien & Madeleine (nee St-Cyr) Chartrand; Godparents Lucie Chartrand & Terry Duquette as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins & great friends. Simon was predeceased by grandparent Denis Drapeau, uncle Marcel Drapeau, cousin Jordan Drapeau & uncle Jean-Guy Chartrand. A Celebration of Simon’s life will be held on Friday May 15, 2015 at 2:00 pm in the Willmor Chapel, Glenboro MB with Rev. Margret Kristjansson officiating. Interment will take place at a later date at the cemetery in Chapeau, Québec. Friends that so wish, memorial donations can be made in Simon’s memory to the Epilepsy & Seizure Association of Manitoba, #4-1805 Main St. Winnipeg, MB R2V 2A2.
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HILDEBRAND: October 28, 1960 – North Bay, Ontario May 6, 2015, Calgary, Alberta. Mark Andrew Hildebrand, age 54, of Calgary, Alberta passed away at Foothills Hospital surrounded by loved ones on May 6, 2015. Born in North Bay, Ontario on October 28, 1960, Mark was predeceased by his parents, John Hildebrand and Margaret Simpson. Mark grew up in Brandon, Manitoba. When he wasn’t hard at work as a chemical process operator at Simplot, he could be found hanging out with lifelong best friends, Rob Hay and Lawrence Aimoe. Mark will be remembered for his great sense of humor and ability to make everyone laugh. Though Mark looked tough on his motorcycle, he was a real softy, always willing to help out a friend. Mark was always known as easy going with a huge heart. Since 2007, Mark has called Alberta home, where he worked in the oil sands for Shell. It was in Calgary that Mark met and fell in love with Lorna Haase. Mark and Lorna enjoyed dancing, long bike rides to the mountains and making each other happy – a skill they turned into an art form. Mark cherished the time he and Lorna spent together travelling and living life to the fullest. They had planned to wed, but the end came too soon. Mark is mourned by his loving partner, Lorna Haasse, his children, Julia (Dan), Tyler (Paige), Rose (Brandon) Hildebrand and his precious granddaughter, Sophia as well as Lorna’s children, Jennifer (Colin) Smith and Michelle Haase, all of Calgary. Mark also leaves behind his siblings, David and Sandi Hildebrand of Langley, BC, Glenn and Cindy Hildebrand of Winnipeg, Karen and Eric Dietz of Winnipeg and Barry and Anabeth Hildebrand of Vancouver. Also missed by his nephews, Geoff, Mitchell, and Bryson Dietz. Mark will be deeply missed and fondly remembered by all who knew him. Rest now Mark, the fight is over. Cremation has taken place, and a Celebration of Life was held at McInnis & Holloway Funeral Home (Crowfoot Circle N.W.), on Saturday, May 9.
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If you so desire, memorial tributes may be made directly to the Canadian Cancer Society or a cancer charity of your choice, in memory of Mark. In living memory of Mark Hildebrand, a tree is being planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park by McInnis & Holloway Funeral Homes, Crowfoot, 82 Crowfoot Circle N.W. Telephone: 403-241-0044.
ARISS: Stella Ariss, wife of the late Charlie Ariss, passed away on Monday, March 9, 2015, at 103 years of age at her residence, Fairview Personal Care Home, Brandon, Manitoba. Stella leaves to mourn her passing 3 daughters: Margaret Dyrkacz, Charlotte Wolowich, Beverley Weber 2 sons: James and Edward; step sister: Lil Boreski, half brother: Stanley Michasiw, sister-in-law: Anne Ariss; grandchildren, great grandchildren, as well as many extended family members. A celebration of Stella’s life will be held at the Isabella Community Centre on Saturday, May 16, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. Interment will take place at the Isabella Cemetery prior to the service at 1:30 p.m. If friends so desire donations may be made to the Isabella Community Fund, Isabella, Manitoba R0M 0Y0. Rae’s /Braendle-Bruce Funeral Service in care of arrangements. 1-204-759-2160.
STEELE: On March 3, 2015, Laura Georgina May Steele went home to the loving arms of her Saviour and is in pain no more. Born at Alida, SK February 13, 1923, she was the 4th child of Tom & Ena Steele. Laura is predeceased by her parents, sisters Gladys and Edith, brothers Morwood and Lyle. Survived by her sister Martha Kehler (Bernard) and sister-in-law Margaret Steele (Morwood). Also survived by nephews and nieces Elwood Kehler (Nancy), Sheldon Kehler (Gwen), Deanna Danielson (Brad), Donna Reedy (Joe), Tom Morgan (Charlene), Barry Steele (Alice), Wayne Steele and their families. She also left behind many dear friends. The highlights of Laura’s life were her years of service to her Heavenly Father in the Sudan, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Cypress, Egypt and Toronto. Three Bible passages that were dear to her heart: Psalm 37:1-6, Psalm 23 and John 14:1-6 and the hymn “I Know Whom I have Believed”. A tea will be held May 24th from 2:00pm to 4:00pm at the McDiarmid Drive Alliance Church in Brandon, MB to share memories and celebrate her life.
VAN HEYST: The death of Fran Van Heyst, beloved wife of Ron, mother of Austin and Eric, occurred at the Brandon Regional Health Centre on Wednesday, May 6, 2015. The Ceremony to Celebrate Fran's life will take place on Monday, May 11, 2015 at 2:30 p.m. at Central United Church, 327- 8th Street, with Rev. Dr. Evert Busink officiating. A private family interment will be held at the Rosewood Memorial Gardens. If friends so desire, donations in memory of Fran may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 415-1st Street, Brandon, MB R7A 2W8 or to the Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation - "Room for Renewal" Campaign, 150 McTavish Avenue East, Brandon, MB R7A 2B3. Complete obituary information will follow.
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TOWN: Robert (August 4, 1924 - May 7, 2015). Born in Brandon’s north end to Richard (Dick) and Winnifred Town. Dad enjoyed a full life, working with his father and brothers on the Town’s market garden and the family parcel delivery service for many years. The kids always adored his imagination and storytelling. Dad was lucky to have such a close relationship with all his brothers, sisters and in-laws. He was always so proud of his family, grandchildren and great-grandson. Mom and Dad were inseparable for the past 66 years. He is predeceased by his son Dennis, daughter-in-law Linda. He is survived by his wife Betty, son Dave and Sally, grandchildren Nathan (Pinto) and Sandra, Ryan (Tucker) and Cindy, Jeff and Tim, and great-grandson Aidan, sister Stella Mosey, and many nephews and nieces. A special thank-you to the caregivers at BRHC and Assiniboine Palliative Centre. A small family gathering is planned.
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SICHEWSKI: It is with heartfelt sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved husband and father, Walter Sichewski, on April 22, 2015 at the Health Sciences Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba at the age of 70 years. Walter was born and raised on the family farm north of Sandy Lake on June 21, 1944. He was no stranger to hard work, having spent his youth milking cows, working the fields, picking stones and doing everything to help out on the farm. For extra money, he used to trap muskrats and the odd fox or coyote and sell the furs. Some of the places and jobs his journey took him to was cutting ice and packing ice houses all over Manitoba, working in Thompson for the nickel mine, California in a tungsten mine, cat train in Northern Manitoba and Ontario and on the oil rigs in Fort McMurray to name a few. But you couldn’t take the farm boy out of him; he returned back home to Manitoba in 1974 where he acquired machinery and land to start farming full time. In 1989, he entered municipal politics, becoming a councillor in Ward 4 for the RM of Park (formerly LGD of Park) where he proudly held that position until December 31, 2014, serving 25 years. He served on various boards both in the community of Sandy Lake and for the RM of Park. In 1993, with the support of the Sandy Lake Rec Association, Walter spearheaded and organized the first annual Sandy Lake Children’s Fish Derby. Being an avid fisherman himself, he wanted to instill the love of fishing in local youth. He continued to host the derby for the next 16 years. In late 2006, he was diagnosed with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia, where over the years he endured rounds of chemotherapy and bouts of hospital stays. He was determined not to let this disease get the better of him, so he continued to live life to the fullest. Anyone who knew Walter would know that farming, family, friends and politics were what made him happy. He was always up for a good “discussion” at family functions or in the coffee shop. Left to cherish wonderful memories are his loving wife of 33 years, Linda, children Sara (Ryan), Mark and Aaron, brothers Mike (Laverne), Ernie, Marvin (Veronica), Danny, Boris (Valerie), David (Diane), Chris (Diane), sister Elizabeth, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents, William and Ann, brother Brian, sister Eileen, nephew Eric, brothers-in-law Victor and John and sister-in-law, Stella. Prayers were held on Tuesday, April 28, 2015. Funeral service was held on Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at the Sandy Lake Community Hall, with Deacon Conrad Plante officiating. Interment followed at the Sandy Lake Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to CancerCare Manitoba, 675 McDermot Avenue, Room ON1160, Winnipeg, MB, R3E 0V9 or to the Heart & Stroke Foundation, Unit 3-824-18th Street, Brandon, MB, R7A 5B7. The family wishes to thank the doctors and staff at CancerCare Manitoba, Westman CancerCare, BRHC Day Treatment for their years of support, care and compassion, BRHC hospital staff, Minnedosa hospital staff, Winnipeg EMS and doctors and staff at Health Sciences Centre.
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RIDEOUT: It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Lewis Rideout, on Thursday, May 7, 2015 at the Assiniboine Centre. Lewis is survived by his wife Cece of 46 years, daughters Lori (Craig Shepherd), Lisa (Dan Kimball), Laurel (Rick Williams), grandchildren Megan and Owen, as well as numerous family in Newfoundland. As per Lewis’ wishes, cremation has taken place and no funeral service will be held.
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PERCHALUK: May 21, 1933 - April 28, 2015. It is with great sorrow that the family of Orest Perchaluk announces his passing, surrounded by loving family, on April 28, 2015 at the Brandon Regional Health Centre. Orest was born in Slater, Manitoba on May, 21, 1933 to Harry and Mary Perchaluk. Orest was a people-person who loved animals and nature. He also loved his Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ, and clearly demonstrated this in the way he related to all he came in contact with, visiting or calling those he knew who could benefit from an encouraging word. Orest experienced a colorful working career. He began at 15 working with CN Rail, hauled fish across frozen lakes, cooked in fish camps, and worked as a diamond drill miner in Flin Flon for 16 years. He was a busy man, becoming a landlord owning various properties, then bought and managed the Starlight Motel (later called the CasaBlanca Motor Inn) for many years. Orest was President of the St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Church Men's Club in Flin Flon and continued to participate in this and the Knights of Columbus when moving to Brandon in 1976. Orest had an active social life, enjoying curling, dancing, fishing, camping, hunting, gardening and accordion playing. Orest was a devoted family man survived by his wife, Frances of 56 years, and children: Wade (Diane) of Brandon, Cathy (Jon) Klassen of Colorado, Bonnie Perchaluk of Brandon, grandchildren: Jennilee Argue-Perchaluk of Winnipeg, Tyler Perchaluk of Brandon, Jillian Klassen of Hawaii, Isaiah and Jaclyn Klassen of Colorado, great-grandchild Xavier Myran, sister Olga Heffernan of Oshawa, and niece Elsie Black of Toronto. Pallbearers were grandchildren Jillian, Isaiah, Jennilee, and nephews Donnie Furkalo, Tobin Moroz, and Leonard Furkalo, Cross bearer was Jaclyn Klassen, Cantor was nephew Ernie Sirski. The eulogy was given by Orest's children. Prayers were held at the Brockie Donovan Chapel on May 2, 2015, with Divine Liturgy held at St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Church on May 3, 2015 with Fr. Michael Tkachuk officiating. A lovely meal was prepared and served at the Ukrainian Reading Association Hall by the UCWLC. Donations in memory of Orest may be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Manitoba, #3-824-18th Street, Brandon, MB, R7A 5B7 or to the Canadian Diabetes Association, A1-800 Rosser Avenue, Brandon, MB, R7A 6N5.
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MARGETTS: Richard Donald "Rick" Margetts, beloved husband, and best friend of Noreen, passed away at the Brandon Regional Health Centre on Monday, May 4, 2015 at the age of 73 years. Rick was born in Russell, Manitoba to Len and Mabel Margetts on February 24, 1942. His family moved to Brandon in January 1960, where he attended both BCI and Vincent Massey. He and Noreen were married in 1965 and their son Rob was born in 1966. Rick worked at Brandon Glass and Keystone Glass. He and Noreen owned and operated the laundromat on 26th Street and Victoria Avenue and built the car wash on 26th Street and Brandon Avenue. Later, he was a salesman for Loewen Windows and before retiring worked at McMunn and Yates. Rick was a member of Jaycees and of the Kinsmen Club. He was predeceased by his father, Len, in 2000, his mother, Mabel, in 1976, and his niece, Amy McKay, in 1998. He is survived by his wife Noreen; son Rob (Wendy); granddaughters Jody (Curtis) Kehler, Jenna (Taylor) Erskine; great grandchildren Evan Kehler and Arya Erskine; sister Sandra Willoughby; brother-in-law and sister-in-law Bob and Dyann McKay as well as niece and nephews and great nieces and nephews. Special thank you to special people: Shannon Morrow Stritz, Laura Lee Shearer, Doug Anderson, Val Schrot, Corinne Lucy and Michelle Atchison. The Ceremony to Celebrate Rick's life will take place at Memories Chapel, 330 18th Street North, on Saturday, May 9, 2015 (TODAY) at 2:30 p.m. Rev. David Wilson will officiate. A private interment will be held at the Brandon Cemetery. If friends so desire, donations in memory of Rick may be made to the Alzheimer's Society, Unit 5B-457 9th Street, Brandon, MB R7A 1K2 or to a charity of choice.
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JOHNSTON: Florence (nee Boyd, formerly McLennan) Johnston. With sadness, but with the sense of a full and long life complete, the family announces the passing of our beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and aunt, peacefully at her residence, Valleyview Care Centre, on Monday, April 27, 2015, at the age of 95 years. Flo was born on the family farm south of Brandon on January 24, 1920, the third of four children born to William and Sarah Boyd. She grew up on the farm attending Cornwallis school and continued to live there after marrying John (Jack) McLennan in 1942. While living on the farm, their three children, Andrew, Colin, and Sandra, were born. After Jack's sudden death in 1962, Flo moved the family into Brandon where she resided the remainder of her life. Knowing that she was now the sole provider for her family, she made the brave choice to return to school at MIT in Winnipeg (now Red River College) to obtain her LPN diploma, while commuting home to Brandon on weekends. After graduation, Flo worked on A2 at the Assiniboine Centre until her retirement in 1985. In her "retirement" years, she spent many hours caring for and loving her grandchildren. She was so proud of them! Flo was happy to find another life partner when she met widower Tom Johnston from Griswold, Manitoba. They married in 1967. She and Tom worked together for many hours on Tom's farm at Griswold while continuing to live and work in Brandon. Flo was a down to earth person who was never afraid of hard work, faced life's challenges head on and kept moving forward. During their 28 years together, Tom and Flo were able to enjoy a few trips with the highlight being the one to the Holy Land. After Tom's death in 1996, Flo moved from the house on 4th Street to a suite and finally to Valleyview in 2011, when decreasing mobility and independence necessitated the move and where she received compassionate TLC for the past 3 1/2 years. Flo loved her family and would do anything for them. She never hesitated to join a family gathering and especially enjoyed hopping in her little blue car to come out when pizza was on order! Well into her 80's she was still making a complete roast beef dinner weekly for family. It was to her great disappointment and sadness when she gave up driving at the age of 91 and could no longer pick up her friends for church. For many years, she looked forward to walking over to McDonald's in the evening for coffee with friends and neighbours. Flo also had a great love for her church "family" at Bethel Christian Assembly where she was a lifelong member and tireless supporter. She spent countless hours over the years involved in activities and volunteering in various capacities within Bethel. It was her strong faith in God that held her up and never wavered through many difficult times including the death of Jack, Tom, and her sons. Flo is survived by daughter Sandra (Barry) Chernos, step-daughter Judy Curtis and her family as well as grandchildren and great grandchildren Brett Chernos, Courtney Chernos, Rachel McLennan-Sakagami and family, Cameron McLennan and Mark (Liane) Johnston; Jae, Brenna and Gracie. Mark's mother Janet Loewen, nieces, nephews and extended family also remain. She was predeceased by her parents, husbands Jack McLennan and Tom Johnston, sons Colin McLennan (1975), Andy McLennan (1983) and step-son Stan Johnston (2008). She was also predeceased by sister Aileen Hassan, brother and sister-in-law Stewart (Stella) Boyd and sister and brother-in-law Mel (Doug) Shepherd. In keeping with Flo's strong Christian faith she has lived an honorable life, fought a good fight and finished the race. She can hear clearly now, is free of arthritis and pain, clear of mind and safe in the arms of Jesus. A memorial service preceded by a private interment attended by family at Rosewood Memorial Gardens was held on May 4, 2015 at Memories Chapel with Pastor Mike Davis of Bethel Christian Assembly officiating. Pallbearers were: Barry Chernos, Brett Chernos, Mark Johnston, Bruce Preston, Albert Krahn and Dale Colquhoun. All others in attendance were considered honourary pallbearers.Psalm 23:4&6"Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil...... I will dwell in the house of the lord forever."The family would like to thank Pastor Mike Davis who officiated the service, Eulogist Pastor Charles Remple, Organist Marilyn Phillips, Hymn leader Phil Price for his special touch, Kerrie Gibbs for the beautiful solo and all the pallbearers. Also thank you to Vern Schneider and staff at Memories Chapel for their caring direction with planning and conducting the celebration of Flo's Life. Thank you to all who attended the service and shared personal memories as well as to those who conveyed messages of sympathy, sent cards, food, flowers, other tributes and memorial donations. A very special thank you to the staff at Valleyview Care Centre and Dr. Caplan for the kind, patient, compassionate care given to Flo while she was a resident.
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HAPA: Robert Charles “Kanye Inajin” was born on May 5, 1949 on the Oak River Reserve, now known as Sioux Valley Dakota Nation. He started his journey to the spirit world on May 5, 2015 in Brandon, MB. Robert was born to parents Frank Hart and Melita Hapa. He leaves to mourn his passing his loving partner Gwen, stepchildren Bianca, Nathan and Tasheena, his son Eric (Tammy) and daughter Kim Robertson of Spirit Lake, ND, as well as numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, great- great-grandchildren, adopted siblings and friends. Robert was predeceased by his wife Cleo Hapa (née Young), parents Frank Hart and Melita Hapa and sisters Barbara and Keitha Hapa. Robert enjoyed fishing, hockey, pow-wows and mostly spending time with his family and friends. Traditional Wake will be held at his residence in Sioux Valley on Saturday, May 9, 2015, commencing at 5:00 p.m. until Sunday, May 10, 2015. Interment will follow in the Hapa Cemetery. Robert will be forever missed by his many relatives and friends all across Turtle Island. The family would like to thank everyone for their prayers, condolences and comfort during this difficult time.
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EAMER: Vernon Delbert "Bud" Eamer, of Brandon, Manitoba, passed away at the Brandon Regional Health Centre on Saturday, March 28, 2015 at the age of 81 years. Bud will be missed by family and by the many friends he made over the years while playing and coaching hockey, curling and going to the Briers, travelling, camping, and fishing in Canada and the U.S.; going to hockey games and yard sales. Bud was a plumber by trade, and was ready and willing when family and friends needed a helping hand. Bud is survived by his son Bob (Jacquie), son Rick (Marilyn) and granddaughter Krista (Joe), daughter-in-law Brenda, grandchildren Ryan (Laura), Melanie (Clayton) and great-grandchildren Natalya and Ethan, sister Doreen and nieces, Kim, Terri-Lyn, and Lori, daughter-in-law, Lois, and the Smiths and Pringle family. Bud was predeceased by his wife, Bernice, son Ron, and his parents, Charlie and Aggie. The family would like to thank the many friends and neighbours for their kindness to Bud and to our family, and thank you to everyone who was able to attend the memorial service at Memories Chapel, on Thursday, April 9, 2015. A special thank you to Dr. du Plooy, Dr. Moller, and the nurses and staff of Western Manitoba Cancer Centre, and to Dr. Davis and the nurses and staff of 3rd floor Palliative Care, Assiniboine Centre. Thank you to Memories Chapel for their compassion and to Diane Willey for the excellent lunch. Donations in memory of Bud may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 415 1st Street, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 2W8 or visit
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DEVRIEZE: Shirley Martha Devrieze (nee Didur). Peacefully on Friday, April 12, 2015 Shirley Devrieze of Brandon passed away at the age of 78 years. She was the eldest child of Joseph and Margaret Didur and was predeceased by her father. Shirley will be lovingly remembered by her daughters Darlene (Jamie) McLeod of Brandon, Jo-Anne Sullivan (Warren Spencer) of Altamont, MB, grandchildren Shaun Sullivan of Winnipeg and Lauren McLeod of Brandon. Also survived by her brother Leonard (Beverly) Didur of Hornby, Ontario and sister Nancy (Greg) Sametz of Winnipeg along with numerous nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews and cousins. Born on March 16, 1937 in Portage La Prairie, she graduated from Portage Collegiate Institute in 1955 then went away to secretarial school shortly afterwards. She then worked as a receptionist at Dr. Bonar’s office in Deloraine, Manitoba. It is there where she met her husband to be Arthur Devrieze. They married in 1958 and in the following years celebrated the birth of their beloved daughters, Darlene in 1962 and Jo-Anne in 1965. Shirley was a very talented artist and craftsperson. Among her favourites were painting, quilting, needlepoint, pottery, Belgian Lace and Pysanka (the traditional Ukrainian art of Easter egg painting) She was quite accomplished and received numerous awards. Her works were displayed at many museums, art galleries and professional offices throughout Manitoba. She excelled at her arts and taught her daughters what excellence truly meant as she passed these skills on to them as well as her grand children and others while teaching art classes. In doing so she became a major influence in many lives. A wonderful mother, daughter, grandmother, wife, sister, aunt and friend, family was the most important thing of all in her life. She cared for the senior members of her family and dedicated hours of craft time with the younger members. Summers spent at the family cottage at Delta beach, baby-sitting grand children, and family holidays provided her with treasured memories. In her final years Shirley looked forward to the spring with all of the birds and creatures that visited on her patio. Summer days were spent at the apartment complex pool with her daughter and granddaughter. Many have been touched by Shirley and will miss her terribly. Shirley was very active in the area of self-improvement and would always look for ways to do so including taking yoga courses, tai chi and meditation classes to name a few. She even enrolled in a basic maintenance automotive class and did well. Diagnosed with cancer in 2011 her life changed considerably. She battled the disease and constantly searched for ways to improve her situation. Her immediate family came to her aid, and devoted their time to comforting and nurturing her throughout the entire course of her illness. Also, in her final years through the Primetime program at Fairview she would meet her special friend Joe Dutchak who brought her continuous love and support in aid of her battle. The family would like to thank the doctors and staff of the Palliative Care Ward at the Assiniboine Centre, Brandon General Hospital, the Western Medical Clinic, the Cancer Care Team of both Brandon and Winnipeg as well as the Home Care Team for all of their love, support and compassion. The family would also like to thank all of the various people, organizations and compassionate members of the community who reached out to Shirley in her times of need. Shirley’s funeral service was held at McKenzies Funeral Chapel on Friday, April 17th in Portage La Prairie. Joe Ball of Brandon, who provided a great deal of spiritual strength, read a final tribute to her. As expressions of sympathy, if friends so wish, donations may be made in Shirley’s memory to the Brandon Palliative Care, 150 McTavish Ave. E, Brandon, MB R7A 2B3 or the Canadian Cancer Society, 193 Sherbrook St, Winnipeg, MB, R3C 9Z9.
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