INGA MARIE STUEVOLD
With heavy hearts and great sadness we announce the passing of our mother, grandmother and great-grandmother on Tuesday, March 5.
Predeceased by her parents and husband Iver, Inga will be remembered with love and admiration by her daughter, Malfrid, granddaughter Tracey (Allen) and the special little people in her life, great grandchildren Taylor and Ryan.
Mom immigrated to Canada from her beloved Norway when she was 20 years old. Settling first in Saskatchewan and later moving to Manitoba where she made it her life-long home.
Mom was a very special person. She touched the lives of all who were fortunate enough to have known her. She was truly one of a kind. We grieve our loss but rejoice and take comfort in the fact we were blessed to have had her in our lives and that one day we will be together again.
The family would like to thank the staff on 3 south, Deer Lodge Centre for their consideration, compassion and care during mom's stay, in particular, Betty, Carol, Charlie, Lorna, Glynnda and Stacey.
Funeral service was held at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, March 8 at Neil Bardal Inc, 984 Portage Avenue, entrance on Aubrey Street.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Mom's memory to the Canadian Cancer Society, 193 Sherbrook St., Winnipeg, Mb., R3C 2B7.
MARY ELIZABETH SCHADE
Peacefully on May 27, 2002, Mary Schade passed away at the age of 90 at Betel Home in Gimli.
Mary was predeceased by her husband Otto in 1981. She is survived and lovingly remembered by her daughters, Edna (Rene) Lavigne, Mildred (Bob) Shirtliff, sons Alan (Del) and Leonard (Gail) as well as 17 grandchildren and many great grandchildren. She is survived by sisters, Edna of Everett, Washington, Lena of Regina and sister-in-law Mary of Edmonton.
Mary lived most of her life in Starbuck, where she was a long time member of Trinity Lutheran Church. Mom was the greatest cook on earth. She was devoted to her family and was known for her sense of humour, kindness and generosity.
A celebration of Mary's life will be held on Friday, May 31, 2002 at 2:00 p.m. in Starbuck at the Trinity Lutheran Church with Pastor Ron Vert officiating.
Special thanks to the staff at Betel Home for their compassion and care. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Trinity Lutheran Church, Box 118, Starbuck, Manitoba, R0G 2P0 or the Betel Home Foundation, Box 10, Gimli, Manitoba, R0C1B0.
FEB. 5, 1929-MAY 26, 2002
After a brave fight against cancer Mauro Martinelli passed away suddenly at 8:45 a.m., May 26th, 2002.
He was predeceased by his parents and survived by his sister Giovanna (husband Paolo), two nephews, one niece and extended family in Italy.
He will be sadly missed by his soulmate and best friend Dianna and her children Sandra (Jason), Scott, (Brenda and son Ryan), his family, and his dear friends.
Mauro was born in Florence, Italy and came to Canada in his early 20's. He was passionate about gardening, music, the outdoors and cooking. He was true to his roots, a renaissance man.
Dedicated and hardworking, he translated his passion for food and wine into a very successful career in the hotel industry.
In his later years he enjoyed traveling and spent many happy times with Dianna in Florida.
A celebration of Mauro's life took place Wednesday, May 29, 2002 at 11:00 a.m. at 984 Portage Avenue, Aubrey Street entrance.
PETER D. BUCHAN
NOVEMBER 9, 1936-MAY 24, 2002
Suddenly on Friday, May 24, 2002, after a lengthy illness, Peter Buchan died in his sixty-sixth year. Beloved husband of Norma, dear father of Laura (Peter Ward) and P.J., and proud "Pukka" of Nolan and Elise. Predeceased by his mother Sadie his father Pete and his brother Walter, he is also survived by his brother Sandy (Vanesa) and sister-in-law Lee. Peter also leaves to mourn his extended family; Shirley and Larry Infanti, Elinor Ableson, Bill Ableson and Sharon Bartlet and many nieces and nephews.
Peter was born in Sault Ste. Marie Ontario and studied in England before completing his B.Sc. and B.Ed. degrees at the University of Manitoba. He and Norma cherished the friendships they made during this time early in their marriage - friendships that continue to this day. A one-year contract to teach in Winnipeg became a 26 year teaching career with Seven Oaks School Division - primarily in Music, but with a few years teaching Math and Science. Peter's love of music was reflected not only in his class work, but also in his extra-curricular involvement; school musicals, band trips, school choirs. Peter was an outstanding teacher who had a unique way of communicating with young people. He built strong relationships with his students and counted many among his friends long after they left his classroom.
Peter's musical career was long and varied. He sang with the Henry Engbrecht Singers and the Neil Harris Singers, preformed at Rainbow Stage and the Hollow Mug for many years. He was tenor soloist at Knox United Church for 20 years. Peter also left his mark as a choral director - some of the groups that enjoyed and benefited from his humour, encouragement and talent include the Caledonian Singers, Voices WEST, the Sweet Adelines, the Golden Chordsmen, the For Pete's Sake Singers, the chorus at Rainbow Stage and the St. James Presbyterian Church Choir. Peter's Solo work will be remembered by many - his church work, his profound Scottish repertoire and his more humourous material ("Have some Maderia, m'dear") and patter songs.
Peter was very proud of his Scottish heritage. He was a founding board member if the Scottish Association of Winnipeg and worked tirelessly for the Pavilion of Scotland for many years - developing and directing the shows, building stages and sets, setting up, tearing down - no job too small (or too dirty). He also traveled to Scotland many times - first with Norma, later as a family and, finally, a much-enjoyed trip last summer with his son P.J.
As Peter's health problems limited his ability to walk and cycle, he turned more to driving trips with Norma around Manitoba and beyond. He applied his energy to more sedentary activities - acrostic puzzles, reading, creating beautiful needlepoint pieces that will remain as family treasures, going for coffee with the many friends who helped him through this difficult period of his life and, importantly, working hard at "fixing stuff" for his grandson (especially the ever-popular black train).
While we are relived that he no longer has to endure the pain and limitations that were increasingly with him over the last few years, his death leaves a large hole in many lives and he will be sincerely missed.
A celebration of Peter's life and music was held at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 28, 2002 at Knox United Church, 400 Edmonton Street, the Reverend M. Beth McCutcheon officiating. The family invites any singers wishing to participate in the choir to be at the church at 2:45 p.m. for a rehearsal.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, the Kildonan Cemetery Fund (c/o The Treasurer, The Presbytery of Winnipeg, 294 Olive St., Winnipeg, Mb., R3J 2X4) or a charity of your choice.
REV. ALLAN HESELWOOD
It is with deep sorrow that we announce the peaceful passing of Allan Heselwood on Friday, May 24, at the Maples Personal Care Home.
Left to remember him are his sister Lorraine Comack (Bunty), brother-in-law Jack Hartel; nieces and nephews Gail (Randy), Gary (Susan), Colleen (Louis), Valerie, Jeff (Robin), Jim (Diane), Jerry (Pat), Jack (Melissa), and numerous great nieces and nephews.
Uncle Allan was born in Headingly, MB. on December 18, 1924. He lived in Winnipeg for most of his youth. He was employed for 14 years by National Grain.
He began his love of church work as a volunteer at Knox United. He worked with boys groups and enjoyed his involvement in the Junior Boys' Parliament. He particularly enjoyed his 30 years in Scouting.
He was granted the title of a Diaconal Minister in 1965 by the Newfoundland conference and served as a minister in many provinces across Canada.
Uncle Allan took a great interest in the lives of his nieces and nephews. He was always there with great ideas and fabulous "stuff". We will be forever grateful for our memories of him.
He was predeceased by his father, James, mother Elsie, sister Joyce, stepfather Jack and brother-in-law John.
A memorial service was held on Tuesday, May 28th at 2:00 p.m. at Meadowood United Church. Rev Linda Churchill and Rev. David Murata (Knox Church) will officiate at the service.
Donations can be sent to Meadowood United Church, 1111 Dakota St, Wpg. R2N 3T7.
ALBINI (BENNIE) PROULX
(1917 - 2002)
Peacefully, after a lengthy illness, with his family by his side, Bennie passed away Friday, May 24, 2002, at the age of 85.
Bennie was an honourable and compassionate man who had a kind word and helping hand for all those he met. His delightful sense of humour and caring nature endeared him to those who knew him.
Bennie will be lovingly remembered by Louise, his beloved wife of 58 years and their children, Denis (Moira), Lou-Anne (Ken) Buhr, Diane MacLellan, Janey Homeniuk (Garry Doney), Evelyn (Glen) Lenchuk and Jacquie (Eric) Crone; and their grandchildren, Carolyn (Brian), Jamie, Kevin (Tracey), Kristin (Dan), Stephen (Ange), Michael (Sonya) and Dan (Fiona); and Bennie's sister Simone (Walter) Rudnicki and relatives, including Louise's family, as well as many friends and colleagues. He was predeceased by his parents, his brother Emery; sisters, Denise and Meline; and son-in-law Ray Homeniuk.
Bennie was born on March 21, 1917 and grew up in St. Boniface, MB. As a boy, he helped his father in the family coal and lumber business and when he lost his father at the age of 9, he became a stong support to his family, especially his baby sister Simone. In his teens, he became a motorcycle enthusiast, winning countless racing trophies and awards and was quite the dashing young man! On April 12, 1944, in the St. Boniface Cathedral, Bennie married Louise Chale who became his life-long companion and sweetheart and they subsequently started their family. Bennie's life revolved around his wife and family and they loved him dearly in return.
Having enlisted in the RCAF at the age of 16, Bennie remained with the Forces for almost 30 years. He was a war veteran, proudly serving his country in the Second World War as an aircraft mechanic and in the Korean airlift as a flight engineer. Bennie, along with his wife and growing family, enjoyed Air Force postings in Rivers, MB, Namao (Edmonton), Rockcliffe (Ottawa) and Winnipeg. In 1962, he retired from the Service having earned his Commission and the rank of Flight Lieutenant and completed a term with the 402 Squadron.
With a family to support, Bennie immediately accepted a position with Standard Aero Engine where he worked with the engineering staff as well as the men "on the floor", earning the respect and admiration of all.
After 16 years with Standard Aero, he retired in 1984 and he and Louise had more time to enjoy each other and their grown kids and grandkids at home and at the cottage at Whytewold Beach. Bennie especially enjoyed visiting old friends at home, the cottage and the Air Force Mess and in later years the weekly lunches with Louise's siblings and their spouses.
While the family is relieved that his struggle is over and he is at peace with his Lord, we will miss our dear Bennie. We wish to extend our apprecitaion to the staff at the Deer Lodge and Grace hospitals and our special thanks to the staff, home care team and many friends at the Metropolitan Kiwanis Courts on Ness Ave. for their compassionate care and loving support of Bennie during the last two years of his life.
A funeral servie in celebration of Bennie's life will be held Thursday, May 30 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Paul the Apostle Church, 2400 Portage Ave., Winnipeg, MB. A reception will follow in the lower hall of the church.
At Bennie's request, cremation has taken place and a private interment will be held at a later time.
HELEN MADELINE OLSON
With deep sadness we annouince that on Tuedsay May 21, 2002, Helen Madeline Olson peacefully passed away at Pembin Place, Winnipeg, MB.
Helen was born in Fannystelle, MB. on April 4, 1913. She was the fifth child of nine children, of the late Valborg and John Olson.
On July 8, 1933 she married Olaf Lund Olson who predeceased her, September 25, 1998, after more than 65 years of marriage.
She was predeceased by her daughter Eileen Anderson and daughter-in-law Merle Olson and eight of her siblings; Dora, Florence, Perley, Carlyle, Eleanore, Earl, Irene and Lloyd.
She is survived by her sons Orville (Doreen) and Norman (Carol) and son-in-law Bob Anderson (Maria), six grandchildren:Grant (Bev) ,Deanne (Peter), Doug (Carol),Lynn (Brett), Donna and Gary, and five great grandchildre, also five sisters-in-law: Alice, Kari (Kristian), Ovedia (Carlyle), Mary (Earl), Phyllis (Lloyd) and two brothers-in-law Oscar (Alma) Olson and Kristian Aagedal,plus numerous nieces and nephews in Canada and Norway.
She lived her entire life in the Starbuck region. She was an avid curler winning many trophies with her tean members, including the Lady Eaton Trophy. She was a member of the Eastern Star, Elm Creek, and the Trinity Lutheran E.L.W.
For many years she had been employed as a nurse's aide at the Central Park Lodge.
The family expresses their heartfelt thanks to all the caregivers at Pembina Place, for their compassionate care.
A memorial service was held Monday, May 27, 2002 at 11:00 a.m. in Trinity Lutheran Church, Starbuck, MB., Pastor Ron Vert officiating, with interment in the Starbuck Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Trinity Lutheran Church Memorial Fund, Box 118, Starbuck, MB. R0G 2P2 or to a charity of choice.
ELLEN MARGARET TABISZ (NEE CLARK)
On Monday, May 20, 2002 at the St. Boniface Hospital peacefully in her 60th year surrounded by her family after a long and fierce battle with kidney disease.
Ellen is survived by her parents, Rosemary and Del Clark (Toronto), her husband of 36 years George, her children Marie-Isabelle Downey (Michael) and Ted (Deborah), her grandchildren Kayla, Jacob, Amber and Nicolas, her brothers Sam (Claudia) of London, ON., Edmund (Fran) of Toronto and 10 nieces and nephews.
Ellen was born in Toronto in 1942 and attended Agincourt Collegiate, Queen's University, Carlton University and the University of Manitoba earning a B.A. (Political Science), an M.S.W. and a Diploma in Public Administration.
She began her career as a market researcher for Opinion Place and then for many years was a coordinator of Social Work at St. Boniface General Hospital. She considered the highlight of her career to be the years spent as the Executive Director of the Women's Post Treatment Centre which became the Laurel Centre. The Centre, a United Way agency for women who are survivors of childhood sexual abuse; gained a strong presence in the community during her tenure there. A particular delight for her was organizing its annual fund raising breakfast. In recent years she has been involved in the Forgotten Man Committee, striving to found an agency for male abuse survivors.
At St. Boniface Hospital, Ellen was instrumental in establishing the Elders' Health Programme. She also held positions as an Adjunct Professor in the Faculty of Social Work at the University of Manitoba and as a Guest Researcher at Riverview Health Centre.
Throughout her life Ellen was an earnest volunteer, working for the Kidney Foundation of Canada, the United Way and the St. Norbert Daycare Centre among others. She was a staunch member of the Liberal Party and had won the Lester B. Pearson Award for her outstanding work as a Young Liberal.
She was a devoted mother and grandmother, truly living her life for others. She knew how to translate ideas into action. As well as having an intense love of travel, she was a lifelong cottager at Lake of Bays in Muskoka and Victoria Beach.
The family wishes to extend sincere gratitude for the attentive care Ellen received by the staff of the Kidney Transplant Unit (HSC), Ward 5B, the Medical Intensive Care Unit and the Palliative Care Unit (SBGH), Special appreciation must go to Drs. John Jeffrey and David Rush at HSC.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Ellen's memory to the Laurel Centre, 62 Sherbrook St., Wpg., MB, R3C 2B3 or the Kidney Transplant Unit, Health Sciences Centre, 820 Sherbrook St., Wpg., MB. R3A 1R9
Friends and relatives visited the family from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 23 at 19 Ryerson Avenue. Funeral Mass was held at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 25 at Mary Mother of the Church, 85 Kirkbridge Drive with burial at Assumption Cemetery.
Peacefully on Thursday, May 16, 2002 at Concordia Place nursing home, Amanda Ostrander passed away at the age of 97 years.
A funeral service will be held in June with a longer obituary in the paper prior to the service.
KARI GUNNLAUGUR OLESON
Kari Oleson passed away peacefully at the Johnson Memorial Hospital in Gimli, Manitoba on May 16, 2002. He is survived by his wife of 65 years, Emily (nee Doll), their family Tryggvine Emily (James), Kristjan (Jo Ann), Maurice, Dennis (Nutke), Brian, Fred, numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
Kari was born on September 5, 1915 in Glenboro where he grew up within a large extended family. He and Emily established their home in Riverton where Kari worked for many years as a commercial fisherman on Lake Winnipeg. He also fished at Great Slave and Wolloston Lake. He was skilled at boat repair and carpentry at which he worked between fishing seasons. Prior to retirement Kari and Emily lived in Winnipeg before moving to Gimli in 1992 when Emily developed health problems.
His passions were his family, his friends, his love of fishing and navigating the Lake. In recent years he loved reading, especially history. As well, he was always there to lend a helping hand. Recently, one of his most rewarding projects was participating in the restoration of the historic Gimli high school. It rewarded him with close, lasting friends and a strong sense of community. His warmth, humour and stories were a source of joy to those he worked with as well as his coffee shop partners. He was a devoted companion to his wife Emily and helper to all at the Betel home where Emily has resided for many years. In recent weeks Kari has been blessed with visits and care from his sister Emily, countless family and friends and the prayers and wishes from family and friends afar. He will be sadly missed by so many - his beloved wife Emily, his family, friends and his dancing partners at "Happy Hour".
The family thanks the doctors and staff at the Health Sciences Centre, the Johnson Memorial Hospital and the many dear friends Kari had on the staff at the Betel nursing home.
The funeral service was held in Gimli at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, May 22, at the Lutheran Church, 52 Third Avenue. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service.
JOHN ANGUS MCGEACHY
On Tuesday, May 14, 2002 at the Grace Hospital John McGeachy passed away at the age of 79 years.
Left to cherish his memory are his wife Betty, sons John (Linda) of Tyndall and Robert (Lindsay) of Winnipeg and grandchildren Crystal, Donald and Catlin. He is also survived by sisters-in-law May (Rob) of Glasgow Scotland and Pat of Leeds, England as well as two sisters Margaret (Darcy), of Victoria and Nancy of Surrey and numerous nieces and nephews.
John was employed with Reimer Express Lines in Sales and was a member of St. James MasonicLodge #121, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Free Masonry, Khartum Shrine and The Royal Canadian Legion, St. James Branch #4. John served as a pilot with the RCAF from 1941-45 and re-inlisted in 1951-57.
A private family service will take place. If friends desire, in lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, 301-352 Donald Street, Winnipeg, Mb, R3B 2H8.
ALMA BERNICE STANBRA
1915 - 2002
It is with deep sadness the family announces the peaceful passing of Alma Stanbra on May 11, 2002 at St. Boniface Hospital at the age of 86.
Alma was born on September 15, 1915 in Tuberose, Saskatchewan. She married Stanley Stanbra June 21, 1941 in Winnipeg. They celebrated 50 years of marriage in 1991 just prior to Stan's passing August 18, 1991.
Besides her husband Stan she was predeceased by her parents Frank and Rosa Boyer, sister Myrtle (Cyril) Capling, brothers Orville and Ray, brothers-in-law Norman, Stanbra, Neil Stanbra, Earle Williams, Al Stonhouse, Arnold Thingstad and Don Austin.
Alma will be lovingly remembered by son Brian (Ann Lee) Queensborough, ON, daughter Kathy (George) Anderson, Winnipeg Beach, son David (Vera), Fort Myers, Florida. Also left with fond memories of their grandmother are Greg (Shae) Stanbra, Forest, ON, Richard Stanbra, Ottawa, Stephanie (Ken) MacNeill, Ottawa, Jeff Anderson, Orangeville, ON, Scott (Wendy) Anderson, Calgary, Marcy Anderson, Calgary, Erica and Monica Stanbra, Ft. Myers, FL, Andrea Watkins, North Carolina and Ryan Watkins, Tampa, FL. She also leaves behind, three special great grandchildren, Taylor, Ottawa, Trafford and Quaid, Calgary. Alma is also is also survived by sister Nola Boyer, Toronto, brother Glen (Lois) Boyer, Kyle, SK., sisters-in-law Edna Stonhouse, B.C., Orla (Stan) Racher, Brandon, Joyce Williams, Balmoral, Myrtle Austin, Sarnia, Donna Stanbra, Wpg., brother-in-law Harold (Helene) Stanbra, Teulon and several nieces and nephews.
Special thanks to Dr. Sarah Kredenser for all her care and compassion and the staff of A6 and all her home care workers.
A memorial service was held on Saturday May 18, 2002 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Philips Anglican Church, 240 Tache Avenue, (Eugenie Street), St. Boniface with Reverend Greg Clark officiating.
Should friends desire donations in Alma's memory may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, 301-352 Donald St., Wpg., MB., R3B 2H8.
MARGARET ROSALIE JOHANNESSON
On Wednesday, May 08, 2002, Margaret Johannesson, beloved wife of Asgeir (Joe), passed away at the Grace Hospital at the age of 84.
Margaret was predeceased by her first husband Alex Stagg (1975), second husband Clifford Cooke (1984) by her son Garry and brother Bill Welling.
Lovingly remembered by daughter Mickey Kojima, she also leaves her brother Doug (Esther) Welling, sisters Betty Taylor, Phyllis Winfield, Ruth Lucan and numerous nieces and nephews. Left to cherish her memory are five grandsons Jay, Dean (Sharla) and Tad Kojima, Michael and Jeffrey Stagg.
Margaret worked for several years at Red River Co-op (Ellice & Wall) and then at The Manitoba Clinic before becoming a "Snowbird" and spending many enjoyable winters in Weslaco, Texas. She organized a "girls" Kitchen Band complete with clown costumes which she sewed herself. The band entertained special needs children. Margaret spent her summers at the cottage at Wanasing Beach which she loved dearly.
A memorial service was held on Monday, May 13, 2002 at 2:30 p.m. at Neil Bardal Inc., 984 Portage Avenue, entrance on Aubrey Street.
The family extends their heartfelt thanks to the nurses on the 4th floor, Palliative Care at the Grace Hospital for all the kindness and care given to Margaret.
In lieu of flowers, if friends desire, donations may be made to Grace General Hospital Foundation, 300 Booth drive, Wpg, R3J 3M7 or The Salvation Army, PO Box 1932, Wpg. R3C 3R2.
Helen Galts passed away peacefully at Riverview Health Centre on Wednesday, May 8, 2002 at the age of 89 years.
Born September 19, 1912, Winnipeg, Manitoba resided at Riverview Health Centre. She was predeceased by her husband Edwin Galts in 1978 who was from St. Andrew's Manitoba, her parents Adam and Emelia Rosin, sisters Ella Schoenberger of Dead Wood Alberta, Wanda Miller of Edmonton, Alberta and brother Walter Rosin and sister Martha Smith of Winnipeg.
She is survived by sons Ronald (Anne) of Vancouver, Gary (Catherine) of Winnipeg and daughter Leona Dyson of Mississauga, Ontario, her sisters Edith Paterson, Lillian Hay, Olga Slater of Minnesota and sister-in-law, Marge Rosin of Winnipeg.
Helen leaves seven grandchildren Colleen (Dave), Wayne (Shelley), Ronnie (Denise), Cindy (Greg), Nancy, Susan (Ron), Rob and eight great grandchildren, Joey, Samantha, Danny, Tyler, Josh, Madison, Jamie and Ethan.
Helen attended Pinkham and Maple Schools and worked at Raemore Foods, Winnipeg Laundry, worked in the catering business and also at the Fort Garry Hotel. Helen was active in the P.T.A. at the Pinkham School and for fund raising at the McLean Mission. She held various offices with the Women Benevolent Association and enjoyed her time at her cottage at Twin Beaches on Lake Manitoba.
Helen was a member of the Lutheran Church of the Cross where she sang in the choir and she also sang at various other events during her early years.
Helen will be well remembered for her collection of over 400 china shoes, which she treasured.
The family would like to thank the nurses, doctors and aides at the Riverview Health Centre for the warm and loving tender attention given to Mum during her stay with them. We would also like to say thank you to the St. Boniface Hospital staff.
A memorial service was held at 11:00 a.m. Monday, May 13, 2002 at Neil Bardal Inc., 984 Portage Avenue, Aubrey Street entrance.
Peacefully on May 6, 2002 at Riverview Health Centre, Emma Hill (nee Rerick), born of German parents, emigrating out of Russia in 1911 at the onset of the revolution, Emma at the age of 94 was the last surviving member of a family of five brothers and two sisters. She was predeceased by her husband Henry in 1967 and a daughter Bernice in 1977. She is survived by one son Chester and numerous nephews, nieces and grandchildren.
Special thanks to the staff of Riverview four East for their care and compassion.
Cremation has taken place. A memorial service was held at Neil Bardal Inc., 984 Portage Avenue, Aubrey street entrance, on Tuesday, May 14, 2002 at 2:00 p.m.