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STACEY: Jean D.NOTICE OF SERVICEOn December 7, 2012 with her family by her side our mom, Jean passed away to be reunited with our dad Tom who predeceased her in 1997. The family, Marilyn Taylor (Jack, Karmen, Brad and Trish) and Helen Stacey (Duane Otke) invite you to a celebration of Moms life on May 9, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. at St. Marys Anglican Church 401-1st Street Brandon, Manitoba with Rev. G. MacDowall officiating.
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ROBERTS: James Arthur Roberts (Jim). It is with great sadness that we announce Jim passed away January 18, 2013 at 75 years of age at the Brandon Regional Health Centre. He was born May 21, 1937. He is fondly remembered by his wife of 50 years, Sherrill, daughters Pam (Dave) Haithwaite, Lisa (Howard) Burton, and Kristina Roberts. Grandchildren, Brianna and Kyle Burton, Roman Roberts, Kelsey Neudorf, and Wesley Haithwaite. Also his brother Garth (Maralyne) and James Roberts, Ottawa, ON, Allan (Jen) Brooke, Chelsey Roberts, Kitchener, ON. Jim was predeceased by his mother, Charlotte (1978) and his father Sidney (1970) of Brandon, MB. Jim was employed at the Brandon Sun for 38 years as a Journeyman Pressman and some years as a Foreman. He retired when he was 58 years old, and enjoyed many years of retirement. Jim enjoyed trying new hobbies like photography, fishing, building and making hunting knives for family and friends. He also tried new ways of gardening, becoming interested in growing giant pumpkins and tomatoes. We went to the Roland Fair and he competed in the pumpkin and tomato categories. Although his pumpkin wasnt the biggest he was proud of his 743 lb. pumpkin and his 1st place 4 lb. tomato. Jim belonged to the Brandon Wildlife Association for many years measuring deer heads at Big Buck Nite and helping out with other positions, one being the Fish Derby at Rivers. Jims favorite pastime was hunting, which he passed on his knowledge and skills to his grandsons. His most proud moment was winning the 3rd prize trophy in Manitoba for his drop-tine deer head (non-typical) in 1980.
A Come and Go Tea luncheon to celebrate Jims life will be held at Brockie Donovan Funeral Home in the George Brockie Fellowship Centre (south side), 332-8th Street, Brandon, Sat., May 11, 2013, 1-4 p.m.
PEDERSON: Gerald Lyle Pederson born in Minnedosa, April 1, 1932 son of the late Arthur and Pearl Pederson passed away April 15, 2013 in the Minnedosa Health Centre. His first six years were spent on a farm near Minnedosa and the rest of his life mainly on the home farm at Newdale. He took his schooling in Newdale, belonged to Air Cadets, was an avid ball player and in later years worked on Lees farm, Murray Elliot Road construction and in Waddell Motors. In 1955 he married Shirley Fisher, daughter of Norman and Violet Fisher of Alexander, and in 1957 moved to the family farm after the death of his father. Geralds mid years found him at the curling rink as an avid bonspieler, caretaker and organizer of social events. He was a councilor for the R.M. of Strathclair and also the R.M. of Harrison when he and Shirley moved into town. As a board member of the United Grain Growers, the Hudson Bay Route Association and an interest in the Canadian Wheat Board, he enjoyed meeting people. He organized and played in the country and western band The Rhythmaires from 1965-1985. He and his members toured many places in southwestern Manitoba. His greatest passion was farming which he was able to take part in until this year. He is survived by his wife Shirley, son Rodney (Barb) and grandchildren Nicole (Dwayne) Hopkins and Darren of Medicine Hat, AB; son Dwight (Donna) of Minneapolis, MN; son Delbert (Kim) of Newdale; sister Shirley (Graham) Switzer of Newdale; brother-in-law Calvin (Joan) Fisher and sister-in-law Bernice (Art) Atkinson of Brandon, plus nieces and nephews. The funeral service was held Friday, April 19th in the Newdale United Church with burial in Newdale North Cemetery.
PANGMAN: Murray Arnold, beloved husband of Mavis and father to Don (Bev), David, Sharon (Tom) Wilson, Sandra (Cornell) Vanderhulst; stepfather to Shelly (Oral) Gurr and Blaine Waldie, passed away on Thursday, March 21, 2013 at the Brandon Regional Health Centre. Also a loving grandfather to Michelle (Wade) Armstrong, Amber (Ken) Chalcraft, Mathew (Jenn) Wilson, Mark Wilson, Kathy Vanderhulst, Krista (Matt) Neufeld, David Waldie, Tara Waldie, Braden (Ashley) Gurr, Sarah Gurr (fiancé Brett Morgan), great grandfather to Cameron and Colton Armstrong, Avery and Athena Wilson, Ella Neufeld and Charlotte Gurr. Murray also leaves his sister Eileen Quinn and her family, Lana (Bernard), Lorna (Kyle), Lorrie (Randy), Linda (Jim), Lisa (Ken) and Larry (Donna); brother-in-law Lanny (Regina) Packard; sisters-in-law Darcy (David) Ross, Dallas (Eric) Schindler. He is also fondly remembered by many cousins, great nieces and nephews. Murray was predeceased by his parents; brother-in-law Harvey Packard and nephew Andrew Ross. Murray was born to Leslie and Annie Pangman on November 21, 1928 in Hamiota, Manitoba. He took his schooling at McConnell. He worked for Pool Elevators in Hamiota and Rapid City. He started his 35 year career with Unicume Storage in 1958. In his younger years, Murray was active in baseball and curling. He was a loyal Wheat Kings hockey fan and he and Mavis had many great times with their hockey friends cheering on the home town team. Murray was past president of the Brandon Rotary Club where he helped with many fundraising efforts; he was entering his 29th year of perfect attendance. He was a two time recipient of the Paul Harris Fellow Award. Murray enjoyed the visits of his Rotarian friends while in hospital. Mavis and family would like to thank everyone who took the time to visit, phone, and bring food and flowers during Murrays illness and since his passing. They would also like to thank the doctors and staff who cared for Murray at the BRHC and the Assiniboine Centre. Thank you to Vern Schneider and Memories Chapel for their care and compassion during this difficult time. Cremation has taken place and a private family interment will be held on Friday, May 10, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. Following interment friends and relatives are invited to join the family at a Celebration of Murrays Life at 2:00 p.m. at Central United Church, 327 - 8th Street. If friends so desire, donations in memory of Murray may be made to the Rotary Club of Brandon, Westman Foundation, 105 Willow Lane Drive, Brandon MB R7B 0N2, or a charity of choice.
Expressions of sympathy may be made at www.memorieschapel.com.Arrangements with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 204-727-0330.
McQUARRIE: Donald Leslie McQuarrie of Minnedosa, MB passed away Sunday, April 21, 2013 at the Minnedosa Health Centre at the age of 87 years. Don was born May 1, 1925 in Souris, MB to Angus and Isabella McQuarrie, the fourth of five children. Don spent the WWII years overseas with the Winnipeg Rifles. On returning home he was released and 3 years later joined the RCAF for a 27 year career as a diesel operator. After retiring from the Air Force he spent 10 years working in Olds, AB and then came to Minnedosa in 1984. He was predeceased by his parents, his sister and three brothers. Surviving are his wife Esther (nee Dandridge) daughters Sharon (Ay) Nielsen and Dianne (Tom) Adkins, three grandchildren, two great grandchildren. A graveside service will be held at the Shoal Lake Cemetery. Minnedosa Funeral Service in care of arrangements 204-867-3868.
McCLURE: William (Bill) James McClure passed away at Rideau Park Personal Care Home, Brandon, Manitoba on Friday, April 26, 2013 at the age of 93. Bill was born near Goderich, Ontario on April 1, 1920. He was raised by his parents Georgina McClure (née Sproule) and William Henry McClure, Dungannon, Ontario. He met Elizabeth (Beth) Schoenhals and they were married August 30, 1941 in Clinton, ON. He joined the army and during WW2 he went to England as a dispatch rider with a tank division. It was there that he lost his left leg at the age of 22, a handicap that never slowed him down. He returned to Canada and after being fitted for an artificial leg he drove taxi and then got his projectionist license. They moved to Elmira were they raised their four boys Conrad, Bob, Bruce and Rick. He worked at the Rio Theatre until it closed. From there he worked for Mckee Bros. and various other farm machinery companies as a salesman and regional manager until his retirement in 1979. In all his years of selling farm equipment, the manure spreader was the only product he would not stand behind. We always enjoyed our family holidays, mainly camping and fishing. The 24th of May weekend each year was an annual trip to Lake Nippissing fishing. In 1964, they purchased a lake front cottage at Penetang that was enjoyed for many years by family and friends. Bill belonged to the Elmira Rod & Gun Club, the Elmira Legion & the War Amps of Canada. After retirement Bill and Beth purchased a Condo in Florida and enjoyed many winters down there. There they made many friends and ensured that the Condo stayed in the family so that others can continue to enjoy the area. In June 2009, they moved to Brandon, Manitoba. There they resided at Riverheights Terrace. After two years and a stay in the hospital, they were moved into Rideau Park Personal Care home. Bill is survived by his wife Beth. They were married 71 yrs. Also survived by sons Conrad (Shirley) McClure of Brandon, MB; Bob (JoAnn) McClure of Comox, BC; Bruce McClure of Drayton, ON and Rick (Debby) McClure of Courtenay, BC; grandchildren Cheryl (Don) Bryant of Brandon, MB; Liam McClure of Victoria, BC; Kathryn McClure of Vancouver, BC; Shannon McClure of Ottawa, ON; Matthew McClure of Kitchener, ON; Tyler McClure of Calgary, AB; Kelsey McClure of Comox, BC; Bryon McClure of Courtenay, BC; Jack McClure of Winnipeg, MB. Great grandchildren Courtney and Rhett Bryant of Brandon, MB. Bill was predeceased by both parents, Bill and Georgina McClure and sisters, Emily Finnigan, Winnifred Widcombe, and Loretta Hefford. Cremation has taken place and a Celebration of his Life will be held at a later date in Elmira, Ontario. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The War Amps of Canada, 2827 Riverside Drive, Ottawa, Ontario, K1V 0C4. We would like to thank all the nursing staff at Rideau Park for the wonderful care that Dad received while he was a resident there.
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MARSHALL: David Roy Marshall. Dave died on April 27, 2013 at the BRHC. He died in my arms and was surrounded in love by his daughter and son-in-law. Dave was born on March 30th, 1947 in Nova Scotia. Being an Air Force brat his family lived in numerous places, including Paris, France, Halifax, and Sudbury. Dave followed in his dads footsteps and joined the Air Force. He was posted to many places during his career, including Foymont, QC, Comox, BC, Gypsumville, MB, Cornwallis, NS and Shilo, MB. He was a PERI and served for twenty-two years. When he retired he worked for a short time at the Shilo Country Club. He was then hired on at BCE and worked for Roads & Grounds. He then retired from the Public Service and was hired as the Facilities Manager at Shilo for CFPSA. Dave retired for the final time when he turned sixty. During his military career Dave was very proud of the time he worked at the Montreal Olympics. He made many wonderful friends throughout these years. Dave met me when he moved to Shilo. We hit it off right away, he had such a wonderful sense of humor, he always had me laughing. We were married in December 1984 and had a mighty good life. He was a great dad to Kate, but he was the best Papa to Brandon, Ella and Emme. Jeff (our son-in-law) was like the son he never had. He was so supportive of our grandchildren, especially when it came to sports. We might be a little richer financially, well, maybe a lot richer, today if we had the money we spent on hockey, soccer, and softball, but it wouldnt hold a candle to the riches we have from supporting our grandkids in their sporting endeavors. He also loved to watch his granddaughters dance at their recitals. When I retired, we decided to buy a cabin at Clear Lake. That was one of the best decisions we ever made. There have been so many wonderful memories made there. Dave had finally bought himself his fishing boat and was looking forward to spending time at the lakes in the area. He was so looking forward to spending time on the deck soaking up the sunshine. If ever there was a person who loved the sun it was him! Dave was diagnosed the cancer in February of 2012. He had a pretty tough year, having three surgeries, a blood clot in his lung, and a bleeding ulcer. He was a real fighter though, and was bound and determined he was going to beat it. In the end, it was a fall that took his life. The chemotherapy caused him to have a hard time with his balance, and he fell at home on April 25th, but wouldnt go to the hospital. He had to stay home and watch his beloved Ottawa Senators play. He finally agreed to go to the hospital, but it was too late. He slipped into a coma shortly after getting there and died peacefully. Dave is survived by his wife Cathie, daughter Kate, son (in-law) Jeff Switzer, grandchildren Brandon, Isabella, and Emmalee. Hes also survived by his brother Gary and partner Heather, brother Mike, his nieces Melodie (Mike and Maya), Natalie (Danny, Chelsea and Dylan), Danielle (daughter Gwendolyn) and nephew Mike. Hes also survived by my brothers Alf and wife Linda, Joe and wife Debbie and their families. He was predeceased by his parents Cec and Mary (Hatt) Marshall. There will be a private interment of Daves ashes on May 11. We would like to invite everyone that knew him to a casual come and go celebration of his life at the Monterey Estates Recreation Centre, May 11 from 1:30-4:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers please donate to a charity of your choice.
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The canoe was by the river,The oars were by its side,The fishing rod was laid to rest at this the eventide.The shore he walks along The sand beneath his feetBelongs now in his new home, His journey here complete.We know hes in a better placeWhere no there is no painWhere the eagle meetsthe morning skyAnd the rainbow ends the rain.
DALKE: December 1, 1937 March 25, 2013. Freda Dalke passed away peacefully at the Minnedosa Personal Care Home on March 25th, 2013 at the age of 75. Freda was born in the town of Newdale on December 1st, 1937. Freda attended school at Newdale and Lord Selkirk School in Winnipeg. Lawrence and Freda were married on November 2nd, 1957. Freda was predeceased by her husband, Lawrence, her parents, Ab and Mary Martin, her father and mother-in-law Ed and Mabel Dalke, her brother-in-laws, Dunc Thompson, and Don Holmberg. She is survived by her son Shannon and daughter -in-law Cindy and their children Melanie and Tyler, son Bill and daughter-in-law Sheila and their children Sheena and Shaun, also her sister Pearl Thompson and family and sister-in-law Elaine Holmberg and family. Freda started her nursing training at Winnipeg General Hospital in 1956. Freda left the nursing program and then returned to Newdale after she and Lawrence were married. Freda and Lawrence farmed together north of Newdale for many years. In the early years they had livestock as well as grain, later on they only grain farmed. Freda enjoyed gardening and continued to do so as long as her health permitted. She was a great cook serving many home cooked meals in her kitchen as well as out of the back of a half ton truck in the field at harvest time. She also loved knitting and created many beautiful things for her grandchildren. Freda enjoyed travelling. She and Lawrence enjoyed many winter trips together and with friends, driving throughout Canada and the United States. Even though she could not always attend, Freda was always very interested in her grandchildrens many activities from soccer, football, hockey, baseball, dance and 4-H. The funeral service was held on April 2nd, 2013 at the Newdale United Church with Rev. Natasha Pearen officiating. A private interment followed at the Newdale North Cemetery. Honorary pallbearers were Gordon and Enid Clark and everyone in attendance. Grandson, Shaun Dalke was the urn bearer. Minnedosa Funeral Service was in care of arrangements. Donations in memory of Freda may be left to the MS Society, the Newdale United Church or a charity of your choice.
COATES: John Coates, February 20, 1926 - April 24, 2013. John was born in Brandon, Manitoba in 1926, the only son of Herbert and Nellie Coates. He grew up in Brandon until joining the Royal Canadian Navy and serving his country in the latter years of World War II When the war ended, he returned to Brandon and married Glad Bruce, and together they raised their two sons, Greg and Chris. In the 1970s, Glad and John moved to Calgary where John continued in the insurance business. They spent many happy years in Calgary, and John eventually retired there. Sadly Glad died soon after his retirement, and a lonely John moved to the Dominican Republic to be near Chris and his family (and to work on his suntan). John was blessed with many happy years in the Dominican surrounded by friends, family, and a steady stream of Calgary and Brandon friends escaping winters wrath. He died in Puerto Plata on February 24, 2013 after a brief illness. John will be sadly missed by sons Greg (Pat) and Chris (Mady); grandchildren Jennifer (Jason), Christal, John, Allissa and Regan; and great-grandchildren Fallon and Sophia. There will be no Canadian service, but perhaps those who knew John could take this opportunity to hold him in their thoughts for a moment.
CITULSKI: Don Citulski of Shoal Lake passed away on Wednesday, May 1, 2013 at the Shoal Lake-Strathclair Health Centre at the age of 53 years. Don is survived by his mother Helen Citulski of Shoal Lake and brother Wayne Citulski of Selkirk. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday, May 8, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. at the Shoal Lake Communi-Plex, Shoal Lake. If friends so desire donations may be made to the Shoal Lake Communi-Plex, P.O. Box 14, Shoal Lake, Manitoba, R0J 1Z0.
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CHREST: Nicholas Chrest of Brandon passed away peacefully at the Brandon Regional Health Centre on Monday, April 29, 2013 at the age of 87 years. Born July 22, 1925, Nick was predeceased by his wife Dorene in 1989. He is survived by his sons Bill and Bob, daughter Dana (John) Breland and their children Adam and Ashlee, and numerous nieces and nephews. Nick was a lifelong member of St. Marys Anglican Church. As an 18 year old, he joined the Royal Canadian Horse Artillery in 1944 and trained to be a tank driver. On his return home, he met Dorene Gallaway and they were married in 1947. Nick was a member of the Brandon Lions Club for fifty plus years and he loved to play golf and bowl. Nick and Dorene raised their granddaughter, Dana, from the time she was a baby, so they had the daughter that they never expected to have. Nick was a partner in the Chrest Dry Cleaning business for thirty years. He later managed the Stylerite Department Store and he spent his last working years with the Medichair Company. When he lost his wife, Dorene, when she was only 62, Nick spent the balance of his life trying to cook eggs and fry bologna. When Dorene was diagnosed with ALS disease, Nick helped found the Muscular Dystrophy Chapter. The family would like to thank Dr. Davloor and the wonderful staff of Floor 2 at the Assiniboine Centre for Nicks care. A Service of Remembrance will be held at St. Marys Anglican Church, 401 1st Street, on Saturday, May 11, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. with Canon Joy Ruddock officiating. Interment will follow at the Brandon Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Nick may be made to the Muscular Dystrophy Association, 204-825 Sherbrook Street, Winnipeg, MB, R3A 1M5, with many thanks.
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BOORMAN: Isabella Mable, passed away peacefully, surrounded by family, on April 10, 2013 at the Souris District Hospital in her 86th year. She was best known as Isabel, Issy or Aunty Belle to countless nieces and nephews. Born on May 22, 1927 to John and Lydia Denbow, and she always felt truly blessed to have eleven siblings, ten brothers and one sister. She was second youngest. Isabel grew up on the home farm and was educated at Deleau, Manitoba. At the age of 10 Isabel would make 14 loaves of bread every other day. She drove the school bus when she was 16, and went to Winnipeg to work at 18. In 1945, she met Fred Boorman, when he returned from serving in the Army. Fred and Isabel married January 2, 1946. They began farming 4 miles west of Souris in the Breezelawn District and went into the dairy business. Fred and Isabel had their family of 4 from 1947 to 1951. In 1965 they moved to a larger farm 9 miles west of Souris, and continued with the dairy. After 31 years of very hard work, they moved to Souris to retire in 1977. Then in 2007, Isabel moved to the Souris Crescent Manor. Isabel was a mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, sister-in-law, aunt and a great friend to many. She was a member of the Souris Legion for 31 years and belonged to the auxiliary for 53 years. She worked for the Legion after Fred passed away. Isabel was very sports minded. She was a terrific bowler, and played second base for the Souris ladies fastball team for many years. She belonged to the Whitefield and Breezelawn Sewing Club. Isabel learned to knit; she made sweaters and mitts for her kids plus she made afghans and slippers until her eye-sight deteriorated too much. She loved to play bingo, card games, and could dance the night away! She was an awesome cook like no other! Isabel was a hardworking, tell it like it is kind of gal with a wonderful mind. It took very little to make her content. She touched many people through her 85 plus years. Isabel was predeceased by her parents, John and Lydia Denbow. Her loving husband Fred on April 30, 1980, daughter Marlaine (Marnie) on April 14, 2012. Her sister Eva and 8 brothers: Alvin, Harold, Scott, Les, Cleve, Lyle, Rueben and Lloyd. She is also predeceased by Freds parents William and Beatrice and his sisters Jean, Em, Muriel, Kay and brother Roy. Isabel is survived by brothers Ross (Vivian), Carman, sister-in-law Rita Denbow and brother-in-law Orval Kreller She will be sorely missed by her 3 children: Helen Thornitt, Linda Baker (Mel) and Bill Boorman. Grandchildren: Carrie (David), Steven (Shelley), Pamela (Rick), Kathy (Bruce), Cora Lee (Darrell), Paula (Tony), Michael (Whitney), and Angela. Great Grandchildren: Paige, Larissa, Connor, Allison, Tristan, Teagan, Jacob, Nevaeh, Bryson, Brandi, Austin, Jaden and Elayna. A graveside service to celebrate Isabels life took place on April 18 at the Souris and Glenwood Cemetery. Isabels family would like to thank all those in attendance. A special thank you to grandsons, Michael Boorman who officiated the service and Steven Thornitt who shared our wonderful memories. A huge thank you to Sandy Jasper, with a voice of an angel! Pallbearers were nephews Jim, Claire and Art Denbow, Ron Cruickshank, Wayne Kreller, Barry Hudson, and nieces Edna Chohan and Nina Cowan. The family is very thankful to the Legion Auxiliary for serving a wonderful lunch. We are so deeply grateful to Dexter, Val and Bill from Kowalchuks Funeral Home for their compassion and professionalism. The family wishes to thank Dr. Cram for his many years of unconditional care and to the staff at the Souris Hospital for their personal kindness and support.
Rest in Peace Mom .You will be in our hearts Forever.
ANDERSON: Lily, age 92 years, passed away peacefully with her family by her side at the Minnedosa Personal Care Home on Sunday April 21, 2013. Lily was born in Minnedosa, Manitoba and raised in the Little Saskatchewan River Valley. She worked hard helping out with farming. She would sooner work out in the fields or with the cattle than being in the house doing housework. In June 1942, Lily joined the army where she cooked for the troops at CFB Shilo. In 1946, she married Edward Anderson and together raised seven children. Lily stayed home to raise her children and returned to work in 1966. She worked in Brandon at Federal Pioneer Electric, retiring in 1986. Lily did lots of travelling, including Alaska, B.C. and the Maritimes. Lily belonged to the Rapid City Legion, Branch #49, Valleyview Seniors, Rapid City Bowling Club & the Legion Ladies Auxiliary. Mom spent many years driving the old people, her friends, for groceries, doctors appointments or just an outing. She was always so happy to spend holidays with her children. Birthdays and Christmas and Sunday Suppers at the Farm were all special times for Mom. Mom was very shy and always said she was a better listener than a talker. Lily was very active in the Legion and Legion Auxiliary. She was very proud to receive the Meritorious award from the Auxiliary. In April of 2001 Lily was awarded a Trophy at the Bowling Alley for 18 years of Perfect Attendance. Lily is survived by her children Andy Jimmie (June), Rodney (Hazel), Keith (Sharron), Jean (Jim), June, Wallace (Donna); brother Charlie Irvine and sister Jessie Gibbons, along with 41 grandchildren and great grandchildren and also numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband Edward; son Ian; son-in-law Terry Hardy and sister Isa Attridge. Funeral Service took place at Memories Chapel on Saturday, April 27, 2013. Bishop Andy Anderson officiated. Pallbearers were her children Andy, Rodney, Keith, Jean, June and Wallace. Honorary Pallbearers were all her grand children and great grand children. If friends so desire, donations in memory of Lily may be made to the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch #49, Box 188 Rapid City, MB R0K 1W0 or the Rapid City Regional Library, Box 8, Rapid City, MB R0K 1W0.
Expressions of sympathy may be made at www.memorieschapel.com.Arrangements with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 204-727-0330.
JAY: Thelma Lillian Jay of Rivers, Manitoba passed away at the Riverdale Personal Care Home, Rivers, on Monday, April 29, 2013 at the age of 76 years. The funeral service will be held Monday, May 6, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. from the Royal Canadian Legion, Rivers, Manitoba with Rev. Cliff Paul officiating. Interment will follow in the Rivers Cemetery. If friends so desire donations may be made to Canadian Diabetes Association.
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REIMER: Nettie Reimer (nee Harms) age 94, beloved wife of the late Cornelius Reimer died on April 29, 2013 at Evergreen Place Personal Care Home in Boissevain, Manitoba. Funeral services will be held Saturday, May 4, 2013, 2:00 p.m. at Whitewater Mennonite Church in Boissevain. Viewing will be held at the church prior to the service. Interment to take place at Boissevain Cemetery. Donations in memory of Nettie may be made to MCC Manitoba, 134 Plaza Dr., Winnipeg, MB R3T 5K9 or Gospel for Asia, 245 King St. E., Stoney Creek, ON, L8G 1L9.
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