NORAH EDNA QUINTON (NEE COULTER)
Norah Quinton died peacefully at the Victoria General Hospital, July 19, 2001. Beloved wife of Arnold, with whom Norah shared sixty- three years, Norah was a cherished mother, grandmother and friend.
Survived by husband Arnold, daughter Gail Kuschei (Arnold predeceased)- grandsons Kenneth, Michael, Steven; son David Gary (Judy) - granddaughters Carolyn, Jill; daughter Bonnie Primmett (Alan) - granddaughters Tara Kurtz (Tim), Audrey Harrison (Marc) and great-granddaughter Sydney; son Richard (Betty) - grandchildren Tom and Sara.
Norah was predeceased by her sisters Charlotte "Lily" and Kathleen and her brothers Dick, George, David Beatty, Allen "Tommy", and nephew Jim.
She was born to Richard and Doria Coulter in Clair, Sask, on January 15, 1911. Norah first worked at Eaton's and remained a devoted Eatonian; she was later employed at the Department of Transport. Always energetic, Norah was a member of the Eastern Star, and was a Past Worthy Matron, Jubilee Chapter 27 OES.
As a Christian, Norah's great strengths were rooted in her spiritual beliefs. When people think of Norah they recall her smile, her twinkling eyes, and the strength of her grip. Family was the light of her life; Norah loved to celebrate family events, often the last to leave. No visit with family or friends was complete without a cup of tea.
The family would like to express its appreciation for the care afforded by the staff of four north, Victoria General Hospital, and Dr. Angus McGowan especially.
The memorial service at St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church, 881 Autumnwood Drive, on Tuesday, July 24, at 1:00 p.m., was officiated by Canon Doug Gregory.
In lieu of flowers, a donation to The Heart and Stroke Foundation of Manitoba, 301 - 352 Donald St, Wpg., Mb., R3B 2H8 or the charity of your choice would be appreciated.
DR. CHEN, JUSTIN CHI-HAN
B.SC., MD, B.SC (MED), LL.B
Our precious Justin passed away peacefully at home on Sunday, July 15, 2001 at the age 29 years. Cherished son of Mr. Charlie Tien-Ming Chen and Mrs. Chao Chen of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Beloved and treasured brother of Ingrid, Judy and husband Andrew, and Vincent. He will be sadly missed by nephew Jordan, "daughter" Calista Meow-Jeh and friends in Winnipeg and Ottawa. He is predeceased by his grandmothers, Mrs. Lee-Kuei Chen, Mrs. Shien Chen and grandfather, Chi-Fa Huang of Taiwan. Survived by his grandfather Mr. Shien-Toa Chen of Taiwan. Justin was born in Toronto, Ontario on February 5, 1972. Raised in Winnipeg he attended the University of Manitoba where he received his Bachelors of Science Degrees (B.Sc., B. Sc. Med). In 1996, also at the University of Manitoba, his lifelong goal to become a doctor was realized when he obtained his Medical Degree. Justin moved to Ottawa in 1996 and received his Family Medicine Degree in 1998 from the University of Ottawa where he became the Chief Resident at the Hˇpital Montfort. He practiced medicine both in Ontario and Quebec until present day. Justin was fluent in French, spending summers studying the language at UniversitÚ de Trois Riviere, McGill and Montreal. Justin's passion to serve the community and to improve himself through knowledge brought him to the Faculty of Common Law, University of Ottawa. He proudly obtained his law Degree in June 2001. Justin had an uncommon passion for life, giving himself selflessly to the Community, his friends, his family and his profession.
Friends and colleagues paid their respects at a funeral service at Epiphany Lutheran Church, 200 Dalhousie Drive on Wednesday, July 25, 2001 at 2:00 p.m. Interment took place at the St. Vital Cemetery following the service.
In lieu of flowers, donations to the " Dr. Justin C.H. Chen Memorial Fund", University of Ottawa, Law Faculty, Common Law Section, P.O. Box 450, Stn.A, Ottawa, ON, K1N 6N5 would be appreciated.
SAMUEL JAMES "JIM" HUME
Suddenly on July 17, 2001 Samuel James passed away at the age of 61 years.
Jim was predeceased by his mother Jean, father Samuel and grandmother Mary. He will be very sadly missed by his wife Gale; daughter Michelle and husband Ron; daughter Colleen and husband Lance and grandchildren Bryce and Paige; as well as many, many dear friends, colleagues and associates.
Jim was born in Winnipeg and resided in Manitoba throughout his life. Jim attended United College. He earned a Bachelor of Theology Degree in 1963 and was ordained as a minister in the United Church of Canada in 1964. Jim also pursued a Masters Degree in Criminology at the University of Ottawa. In 1988, Jim earned a Masters of Divinity from the University of Winnipeg and in 1996 a Masters of Marriage and Family Therapy.
Throughout his life Jim was an active clergyman with the United Church of Canada, serving numerous congregations around Manitoba. In 1973, Jim was employed by the Correctional Services of Canada.
He was an avid hockey player and sports fan. He enjoyed travelling and spending time with his family. Jim devoted many hours to serving God and helping others.
A memorial service was held at the Broadway Disciples United church, 396 Broadway at Kennedy Street at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, July 20, 2001with the Reverend Gordon Fulford officiating. The committal took place following the church service at Glen Eden Memorial Garden.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, 301 - 352 Donald St., Wpg. MB, R3B 2H8.
FLORENCE FRANCES ROSS (NEE HADALLER)
Peacefully on Tuesday, July 17, 2001 at Kildonan Personal Care Home, at the age of 94 years.
Florence was predeceased by her husband George in 1992 and brother Fred in 1970 and grandson Grant in 2000. Florence is survived by her daughter Yvonne Barrill and husband Frank of Kingston, ON, son Dennis and wife Lily of Winnipeg, and several grandchildren and great grandchildren, sister Emmalou Street of Vancouver and brother Don of Winnipeg.
Florence was born in Dieterich Illinois on November 20, 1906. She immigrated to Canada settling in the Rossmore Area in 1908. She returned to Dieterich between 1914 and 1921. In 1921 she returned to Hazelridge , Manitoba. Florence and George were married in 1929. Florence enjoyed sewing and making various clothes and toys for the grandchildren. She also enjoyed the Anola cabin a great deal. You were always welcome for a good home cooked meal from Flo's kitchen.
Cremation has taken place and at Florence's request, no service will be held.
Flowers are gratefully declined. If so desired, donations may be made to the Kidney Foundation of Canada, 200-55 Donald St., Wpg., MB, R3C 1L8 or Autism Society of Manitoba, 825 Sherbrook St., Wpg. MB, R3A 1M5.
On July 17, 2001 at the Health Sciences Centre, Stella Kimber (born 1916) beloved mother of Victoria McNicholl (husband Morley) and June Orloff, passed away.
Mother was predeceased by husband Henry and daughter Violet Flett-Roulette. She is survived by sister Elizabeth (George) of Anola and brothers Ron, Herb and Ed of B.C. All her grandchildren and great grandchildren were precious to her, but extra love goes to Dawn Lynn DeWit for the selfless sharing of her time with our mother.
Cremation has taken place and a graveside service at Brookside Cemetery will take place on Friday, July 20, 2001 at 10:00 a.m.
Leonard died peacefully in his sleep on July 16, 2001 at his residence at the age of 66 years.
Leonard is survived by his son Kimberly, daughter Sherry and grandchildren as well as his brothers Gerald and Chester. He was predeceased by his wife Florence, father Severt, mother Pearl and sister Shirley.
Leonard served for a number of years in the R.C.A.F.
At Leonard's request, no service will be held.
Donations may be in Memory of Leonard to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, 301 - 352 Donald St., Wpg. MB, R3B 2H8
LLOYD GEORGE ANGERBAUER
On Monday, July 16, 2001, Lloyd Angerbauer passed away at Concordia Hospital at the age of 86 years. He was predeceased by his loving wife Lorraine in 1989. Lloyd leaves to mourn his passing his son, Darrell and wife Carmella.
A private family graveside service was held.
VIOLA MAY WANDOWICH (NEE MCFARLANE)
It is with sadness we announce that Viola May Wandowich passed away on July 15, 2001 and has gone to join her husband Bert, who passed away on August 6, 1993. Her loved ones were with her. Viola was born in Winnipeg and lived here all her life.
Viola is survived by her son Donald and wife Brenda and special grandson Courtney. Daughter Linda May and husband Karl Maxon and special granddaughter Rachelle of Eugene, Oregon, USA and other family members.
She was predeceased by her father William McFarlane (1973) and mother Daisy May McFarlane (1932), brother William (1932) and brother Charles (April 22, 2001).
Viola was a loving mother and grandmother and always helping friends. She loved her cottage and spent many years at Boundry Park, Winnipeg Beach with her husband tending to flowers and visiting good neighbours or travelling; Victoria, B.C. being their favorite destination.
She was an active member of St. Anne's Anglican Church, transferring from St. Barnabas where she was baptized, confirmed and married. Also a member of St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church, Winnipeg Beach, where Bert and she enjoyed Sunday services and friendships. Mom took great pride in her family history on both her Scottish and Icelandic sides.
The family would like to express their heartfelt thanks to her special friends for calls and keeping in touch; Janice, Nancy, Marion, Ann, Richard and Lorna and Sheila. Special thanks to all the Palliative staff at the St. Boniface Hospital who provided special care to mom.
A memorial service was held on Thursday, July 19, at 2:00 p.m. at Neil Bardal Inc., 984 Portage Avenue with the Reverend Greg Clark officiating. Honourary pallbearers are Denny McFarlane, Frank Mravec, Gary Palmar, Richard Kirkpatrick.
If friends desire, donations in Viola's memory may be made to the Children's Wish Foundation, 350 St. Mary's Ave., Wpg R3C 1M7 or The Humane Society, 5 Kent Road, Wpg. R2L 1X3.
(FEB. 17, 1941 - JULY 14, 2001)
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Bert Dreger at the Riverview Health Centre on July 14, 2001. After a long, courageous battle with Cancer, Bert is finally at peace.
Bert leaves to mourn his loving wife Ina; children Hal (Dianne), Guy (Rhonda), Lisa and step-daughter Susan (Roger); grandchildren Alexander, Aric, Faryn, Bethany, Michael, Shari, Wesley, Nicholas and Patrick; brothers and sisters Hilda (Bert), Erna, Elsie, Martha, Henry, Herbert (Lil), Olga (Al), Victor, Emily, and Hertha (Wes); special friend Dick McBride; numerous nieces, nephews and friends. Bert was predeceased by his parents Emil and Helen and brothers Wilhelm, Edward and Rynold.
Bert was raised at the family homestead in Grahamdale, MB where he continued to visit and enjoy gardening and the outdoors throughout his life. He started working at an early age in the lumber industry. He was a hard worker and a skilled carpenter who continued to work hard until he was forced to retire due to his illness. Bert liked to spend his time with family and friends.
The family would like to thank the caring and supportive staff at Cancercare Manitoba and the Riverview Health Centre.
A Memorial Service was be held on Wednesday, July 18, 2001 at 1:00 PM at Neil Bardal Inc., 984 Portage Avenue, Aubrey Street entrance. Interment to follow at a later date at the family plot in Grahamdale, MB.
If friends so desire, donations in Bert's memory can be made to Cancercare of Manitoba.
JOHN EINAR SAVILAAKSO
It is with deep sadness the family announces the sudden passing of John Einar Savilaakso on July 12, 2001 at the age of 75 years. Einar leaves to cherish his memory his beloved wife of 49 years Helvi. His loving daughters Anneli of Winnipeg, Christine (John) and grandchildren Jennifer, Jonathan and Jeffrey of Yorkton, niece Susan (Len), great niece Jessica, his brother Laurie (Joyce) of Ontario, nieces Linda, Karen, Brenda and nephew Brian, sister Anja (Henry) in Sweden, sister-in-law Kaisu (Melvin) and family, brothers-in-law Esko and Tauno and families in Finland, and good friend Len Hanishewski.
Einar was born in Oulu, Finland July 22, 1925 and came to Canada in 1951. He was a painter / decorator by trade and in retirement Einar and Helvi enjoyed many winters in Texas. He loved being at the cottage in Ontario, and truly enjoyed fishing with his grandchildren as long as they didn't catch any fish bigger than his. He also enjoyed blueberry picking and gardening and was an avid sports fan. Darts, pool and chess were other favorite pastimes. Einar had a special place in his heart for his furry friend Mick.
The family would like to thank Dr. Gabriel Lemoine for his care and compassion. Also, they would like to express their gratitude to the staff of Ste. Anne's hospital for the excellent care received by Einar.
In accordance with his wishes, cremation has taken place. A private family celebration of his life will take place at a later date at the cottage.
Flowers gratefully accepted or donations may be made in Einar's memory to the Heart and Stroke Foundation 301-352 Donald St., Wpg., MB, R2B 2H8.
Born in Ridgeville, January 13, 1913, peacefully on July 11, 2001 with his family at his side, Alfred Laufersweiler went to his eternal rest.
Predeceased by his father Rudolf, mother Eva, wife Rose, sisters Louise and Elsie, and brother Walter.
Alfred will be lovingly remembered by his brother Leonard and sister-in-law Margaret, sister Evelyn, daughter Marjorie and husband Theodore, daughter Shirley and husband Vince, daughter Audrey and husband Cliff and only son Reginald and wife Yvonne. Also he will be sadly missed by his grandchildren Debora (Dave), Shelley (friend Terry), Kim (Mel), Robin (friend Dana), Jamie (friend Cheri), Rock Roy, Roxanna Rae (Joey), Maureen, Sherry, Cora (Rick) and eighteen great grandchildren, also nieces and nephews.
Alf worked in his father's business hauling cream to Modern Dairies in Winnipeg from Ridgeville. The cream was picked up from the many farms in the distant towns. After grandpa Rudy passed away, dad worked in the elevators for a few years. The last job was in Winnipeg where he and his wife resided with daughter Marjorie and son-in-law Ted. This job was with Nelson River Construction and kept him busy into his 70's; even then he wasn't ready to quit. Alf's grandchildren kept him busy and he always took time to drive them to their various activities.
Funeral service was held on Friday, July 13, 2001 at 11:00 a.m. at Sherwood Park Lutheran Church, 7 Tudor Crescent, with visitation being held one half hour prior to the service. Pastor Carol Janke officiating. Interment will be at Ridgeville, South Ridge Cemetery. Alf's pallbearers are Glenn Laufersweiler, Douglas Loughhead, Ken Lenton, Jamie Lane, Dave Prefontaine, Kristopher Wright. Honourary pallbearers are Alf's grandchildren and great grandchildren.
The family extends their sincere thanks to the wonderful staff at the Middlechurch Home where he resided from January 1993 until his passing.
Donations may be made to the Alzheimer Society of Manitoba, 120 Donald St. Wpg., MB.
On September 28, 2001at the Grace Hospital, Erna Drews, aged 90 years, widow of Alvin.
Funeral service will be held on Wednesday, October 3, 2001 at 1:00 p.m. at Lutheran Church of the Reedemer, Academy Road at Wellington Crescent, with Pastor James Scholz officiating. Interment to follow in Brookside Cemetery.
MARGARET LOUISE GISLASON (NEE STEFAN)
Born 21 December 1916 in Winnipeg, eldest daughter of Johann & Barbara Stefan, passed away peacefully on September 23rd in Gimli in the care of the compassionate & dedicated staff of the Betel Home, and the unfaltering companionship of her husband Gordon.
Margaret grew up in the West End, was confirmed at St. Peter's Lutheran Church, graduated from Daniel MacIntyre Collegiate and worked in the Eaton's department store before her marriage in 1945. It was her gift to find fulfillment in creating a healthy home environment for her husband and three rambunctious children, on whom she lavished every tender care.
Her innate curiosity and inventiveness in the kitchen produced many legendary "favourite dishes" that made the evening dinner table an appealing focus of family life. She was the still point around which her family moved, a spirited, but shy woman who loved challenges and retained the ability to learn throughout her life. Modest by nature, but possessed of a quiet wisdom, she often startled and delighted us with her incisive one-line satirical quips.
Margaret is predeceased by her sisters Irene and Gertie. She lives in the thankful memories of her children Gordon (Edna), Donald and Kathryn (Rick), and in the heart of her loving husband of 56 years, Gordon.
A memorial service was held at Neil Bardal Inc., 984 Portage Avenue, entrance on Aubrey Street on Friday Sept. 28th at 2:00 p.m. with Pastor Ingthor Isfeld officiating. Flowers are gratefully declined.
Lillie Sherwood passed away on Sunday, September 23, 2001 at St. Boniface Hospital.
She was predeceased by her parents and brothers Harry and Robert, she is survived by her sister Shirley, nephew Albert (Pat), niece Rose Marie (Allan) and families as well as many friends.
Lillie was born and raised in Winnipeg, growing up in the north end of the city. She retired from Southam Building Reports after over 25 years of service. She belonged to various senior groups and especially enjoyed MSOS trips as well as a trip to Churchill when she flew for the first time. Lillie loved bowling, participating in Lawn Bowling and later Five Pin Bowling at Dakota Lanes winning many trophies. She also enjoyed watching sports and knitting and crocheting. She attended Regents Park United Church for many years.
A special thank you to the doctors, nurses and staff in Emergency and A5 Ward in St. Boniface Hospital also thank you to home care workers for their wonderful care and kindness to Lillie.
A memorial service washeld at Regents Park United Church, 613 St. Mary's Road on Thursday, September 27, 2001 at 3:00 p.m., with Dr. Paul Campbell and Rev. Juanita Smith officiating.
In lieu of flowers, if friends desire, donations in Lillie's memory may be made to a charity of your choice.
LAUFEY SIGRIDUR LINDAL
Passed away peacefully on Friday, September 21 at the age of 91. Laufey was the last remaining member of her family, having been predeceased by her parents Philip and Thordis Johnson, her beloved aunt Borga Thorsteinsdottir, sisters Steina Johnson and Pauline Smith, brothers Gilbert, Walter, Stefan and Steini Johnson, and her husband Frank Lindal. She is survived by her son Don and a large extended family of nieces and nephews.
Laufey was born in Otto, Manitoba in November 1909. In 1924 her family relocated to a farm near Lundar. Laufey moved to Winnipeg shortly thereafter. She worked in the T. Eaton Co mail order department and was a member of the company's Ladies Softball team for a number of years.
In 1939 she married Frank Lindal, a commercial fisherman in northern Manitoba. With Frank away fishing for most of the year, Laufey raised their son Don on her own. He remembers her as a strong woman and a good mother who always had his best interest at heart. Laufey took great pride in her role as full time homemaker and mother. She was happiest bustling around the kitchen making Icelandic treats of vinarterta, p÷nnuk÷kur and r˙llupylsa, and hosting her famous New Year's Day dinners.
Laufey was a quietly independent lady, proud of the fact that she remained in her own home until a fall put her in hospital a few months ago. She appreciated the assistance of those who made that possible, especially her niece Phyllis Watson and nephew Fred Smith who took care of her shopping and errands and ensured that she and Don were well looked after, and her home care worker Connie who helped her for several years. Her family would like to thank the staff at Oakview Place for the respect, affection and care they provided Laufey during her brief stay.
Laufey was a generous and loving lady who will be remembered and missed not for what she did but for how she made others feel. Her warmth, humour and dignity in facing all life's challenges are her legacy to those fortunate enough to have been loved by her. Sadly her illness robbed her of the opportunity to say goodbye to her many friends and relatives, but we should draw comfort from knowing that she held us in her heart. We are all richer for having known her.
A memorial service was held Wednesday, September 26 at 2:00 p.m. at 984 Portage Ave, entrance on Aubrey Street. Flowers are gratefully declined, however, memorial donations may be made to the Manitoba Lung Association, 629 McDermot Ave., Wpg, R3A 1P6.
"Goodbye for now. See you soon."
Taken suddenly from us, following a lengthy illness, our beloved Craig William Willson passed away, on Sunday, September 23, 2001 in his home. He was born in Flin Flon, Manitoba November 27, 1956. He was predeceased by his mother Doreen in 1979 and father Donald in 1998. He leaves to mourn his passing, many friends and family who will cherish his memory. He will be sadly missed by Arlene Willson, his mother-in-law Margret Olson, his step children Martin and Kristin, grandsons Evan and Brendan, sister Arlene (Jeff) of Winnipeg, brother Wayne (Penny) of Edmonton and nephews Eric, Dylan, Tyler, Derek and Adam, brother-in-law Ron (Roxene) of the Pas, brother -in-law Lorne of Winnipeg, as well as aunts, uncles and cousins.
Craig made his career in The Pas Manitoba, at Tolko Ltd. pulp and paper manufacturing company. He started there, shortly after turning 18, and worked there in various positions, until his health made it necessary for him to retire in 2000. He made his 25 year mark at the company and was rewarded with his choice of a commendation, which was a beautiful telescope.
Craig's favorite pastime was reminiscing with his friends, with whom he grew up.
They stayed with him through thick and thin, and loved him until the end. All who met Craig, came to realize what a kind heart he had, and what a sincere and devoted friend he was.
Through his life, He always did his best to be fair, and honest to everyone he met. He was thoughtful, and vigilant, remembering the little things, that would make people so happy.
Cremation has taken place, according to Craig's wishes, with a graveside service in Boissevain September 29, 2001 at 2:00pm followed by a reception at St. Paul's United Church.
We wish to express our heartfelt thanks, to all the doctors that worked with Craig over the years. Your thoughtfulness will not be forgotten. Our never ending gratitude also, to Kristin and Roxene, for all their help. Thank you also to the staff of for the excellent help and support you provided at this difficult time. Our appreciation to Honorary Pall Bearers Glenn Ewen, Albert Roy and John Komarnicki, for their friendship and kind words. A most special thank you to all the friends, and relatives for the supportive phone calls and visits, the flowers, cards, and many acts of kindness. We are forever grateful for your love and support.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Foundation.
DAVID RICHARD JAMES
Died peacefully at home inWinnipeg, September 24, 2001, following a long illness.
Sadly missed by his partner, Judy Battershill, daughters, Monique and Michelle, their mother Yvette Beaudry, son-in-law Travis Carter, sister and brother-in-law Elaine and Bernard Scrivener, and nieces, Monica and Yvette Scrivener. David will be forever remembered by his many friends and family, for his love, keen wit and practical jokes.
Born inWinnipeg, and attended Ravenscourt school, he graduated from the University of Manitoba in 1972 with a Masters Degreee in Science and Geology. David had a notable career as a mining analyst. He loved the prairies, lake and outdoors, and had a passion for collecting antique firearms related to the history of the west and the buffalo hunt.
Visitation was held September 27, 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Neil Bardal Inc., 984 Portage Ave. (entrance on Aubrey Street). A memorial service was held on Friday, September 28, 2001 at 11:00 a.m. at St. John's Cathedral with interment following at St. John's Cemetery.
If desired, remembrances may be made to Ducks Unlimited Canada, P.O. Box 1160, Stonewall, MB, R0C 2Z0.
1921 - 2001
Peacefully, on Sunday September 16, 2001, at Fort Garry Care Centre, Ethel Thomson passed away at the age of 79 years.
She will be remembered by her daughter Geri, her son Gary and her beloved grandchildren, Tracy and Graeme and Alexander Thomson.Ethel was predeceased by her oldest son, Tom Thomson, 1967.
In a family service, Ethel was buried in the family plot on Thursday, September 20, 2001 at 2:00 p.m.
The family wishes to thank the staff of Fort Garry Care Centre for their care and support.
VICTOR EDJOHN HETMAN PETERSON
1915 - 2001
It is with sorrow that we announce the peaceful passing of our beloved father, grandfather and great grandfather at the age of 86 on September 14th, 2001 at Victoria General Hospital. Victor was born in Winnipeg August 11th, 1915. He worked the majority of his life for Westeel Rosco, later working for the Fort Garry School Division.
Victor's loving wife Margaret May (Goodall) passed away in 1995. He will be sadly missed and fondly remembered by his 3 children, Carl (Iris) Peterson, Victor (Lorraine) Peterson and Penny (Brian) Veinot. Also left to mourn are his 6
grandchildren Robert, Jeffrey, Michele (Cory) Jesseau, Krista (Ryan) Vogt, Keith and Eric, 1 great grandchild Meahghan and many nieces and nephews.
Viewing took place Wednesday September 19th prior to the service at Neil Bardal Inc, 984 Portage Ave. entrance at Aubrey St. Funeral service was held on Wednesday September 19th 2001 at 11 a.m. at Interment followed at Fort Garry Memorial Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Jeffery Peterson, Robert Peterson, Ryan Vogt, Cory Jesseau, Craig O'Hara and Edward Lannoo.
WINNIFRED L. SEEAR
On Wednesday, September 5, 2001 at the Grace Hospital, Winnifred Seear passed away at the age of 90 years.
She was predeceased by her parents Walter and Lucille and leaves to cherish her memory her sister Mrs. Katherine Atkins and brother in law Mr. James P. Atkins; nephews George Robert Atkins of Vancouver and James Walter Atkins of Vancouver Island; great nephew Jay of Vancouver, great nieces Shelly and Kim of Coquitlam, and very close friend Mrs. Rosina Robinson of Winnipeg.
Cremation has taken place, and a private family interment was held.