EDWARD BRUCE PARKER
January 2, 1947 - July 29, 2004
Bruce Parker's family announce his sudden, peaceful, passing on Wednesday, July 29, 2004. The family invited his colleagues and friends to join them in a celebration of his life on Tuesday, August 3, 2004 at 2:00 p.m. at St. Andrew's United Church on the corner of Kingsway Ave. and Oak St..
Bruce was an oxymoron. A sometimes gruff, businesslike manner masked a much gentler, compassionate disposition. This compassion and propensity for doing what was 'right' is a quality that his family admired, felt deeply, and will miss greatly. He was a cornerstone, 'the rock', of a family journey that has been served up many twists and turns, and he has fostered in each member, a continued commitment to support one another on this path.
Bruce was committed to his community. His community efforts began in his youth, initially, perhaps, not by choice; he became involved in a youth outreach program operated through Knox United Church. It was here, working with other youth that Bruce's leadership qualities surfaced.
He would become president of Kelvin during his high school years and senior stick (president) of the student association during his time at the University of Winnipeg.
Bruce chose law as his career, and for his entire professional career practiced with Aikins MaCaulay and Thorvaldson. He had a deep regard for the status this afforded him and used his position to continue to support the many communities with which he was associated. A few of the associations that brought him deep satisfaction were Riverview Community Centre where his daughters, Lindsay and Jessica, were actively involved in the sports programs, Villa Rosa which allowed his continued support for community youth, and the United Way.
Bruce loved to fish. His years spent at Lake of the Woods would manifest the joy he discovered in a man in a boat on the water. Later, he would take this passion with him to Mexico.
An extreme love of Mexico, the landscape, and the people was nurtured in Bruce through the numerous family vacations and fishing trips taken in Mexico. He again would turn this connection into an opportunity to use his professional skills and turn his passion into a commitment, becoming the honorary representative of the Mexican Consul in Manitoba.
Bruce wished the family to express his deep gratitude for the serenity he had found over the last eight years of his life, which he acknowledged as a true gift from God brought to him through AA. He did speak of his departure and let those closest to him know that if the path he had to take would be the shorter, rather than the longer he would be leaving peaceful and fulfilled. For each of you who contributed to this peace the family is grateful.
Bruce is survived by his loving wife Lourdes, who contributed greatly to the recent contentment he had found, his loving daughters Lindsay and Jessica ("We'll miss you Pops") and their mother Cindy, his siblings Ian (Jacqueline), Brian, Wendy (Fred), Shirley (Ernie), Linda (Raffaele), sister-in-law, Debbie Whitney and eleven nieces and nephews. His father, Hugh, mother Beverly, and brothers Casey and Ben predeceased him.
The family extends their sincere gratitude to those that supported Bruce and provided medical care during his illness.
In keeping with his wishes, in lieu of flowers, to celebrate Bruce's life the family encourages anyone who desires to make a donation to an organization that is meaningful for them, or any of the organizations with which he was personally involved.
KEN R. WALSH
After a courageous battle with COPD, Ken passed away on July 20th at Deer Lodge Centre.
His memory will be cherished by loving wife of 49 years, Lillian, and children Barry (Wendy) granddaughter Katie; and Scott (Brenda). He is also survived by three sisters and two brothers, several nieces and nephews and extended family in Ontario, Quebec and Manitoba.
Ken was born in Bathurst, NB on February 5,1925 and grew up in Montreal.
He served 25 years in the Armed Forces, including 4 years overseas in World War II, Korea, and Egypt. Following his retirement from the military, he enjoyed 11 years with Scotiabank.
Ken and Lillian spent 10 wonderful years in Mission BC., and returned to Winnipeg in 1997. The past seven years, living at The Courts of St. James, have been very special to them.
Ken loved to laugh and had a sense of humour which didn't diminish, even in his last hours.
In keeping with Ken's wishes, cremation has taken place. A celebration of his life was held at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, July 27 at Neil Bardal Inc., 984 Portage Avenue, Aubrey Street entrance.
For those who wish, donations can be made in Dad's memory to the Manitoba Lung Association, 629 McDermot Ave., Winnipeg MB R3A 1P6.
"Laugh and the world laughs with you."
Peacefully on Tuesday September 21, 2004 at Deer Lodge Centre, (born November 10, 1913) at the age of 90 years and 10 months.
Jack leaves to mourn his passing his sons Phillip and Raymond, daughter-in-law Rosemary, many grandchildren and especially grandson Shane and his family with whom he had a special relationship.
Predeceased by his wife Helen and son Harry, two brothers and a sister, Sam, Jay and Bea.
A graveside service will be held on Monday, September 27, 2004 at 10:00 am at Brookside Cemetery, 3001 Notre Dame Avenue.
A special thank-you to all the angels who work on T4, Deer Lodge Centre, for being to kind to Dad.
On Wednesday, September 22, 2004 at the Gimli Memorial Hospital, Elsie Carlson passed away at the age of 94 years.
Arrangements are pending.
KRISTINE LILLIAN FERGUSON
15 NOV 1933 - 19 SEPT 2004
Lil passed away peacefully, at the age of 70 years, with her family by her side. She was a beloved Daughter, Sister, Mother, Grandmother, & Great-Grandmother. Lillian was born on 15 Nov 1933 in Winnipeg, at the Grace General Hospital, to Kristin & Kristrun Hannesson.
She was pre-deceased by her Paternal Grandparents, Kristine & Gudmundur Hannesson & Maternal Grandparents, Jona & Johann Arason, her Father, Kristin (1969) & Brother, Guy Hannesson (2001).
She will be lovingly remembered by her Mother, Kristrun Bolton, her Daughter, Kristine Allard, her Grandchildren, Keith Allard & Tammy Giancola (John), her Great-grandchildren, Justin, Juliano, Gino, Jonathan & Jessica. Her Brother, Lloyd Hannesson (Diane) and Sister, Sharon Cuthbert (Gordon) and her loving Partner, Gerry Srigley, his Daughter, Jennifer Heinrichs (Don) & his Son, Jeff Lewis (Audra) and her many Nieces and Nephews and extended family.
A special thanks is extended to the doctors & nurses, especially Rebecca, at the Grace General Hospital, who through their devotion and compassion, allowed Lil to pass away with dignity and grace.
A memorial Service was held on Thursday 23rd Sept at Neil Bardal Inc., 984 Portage Avenue (entrance on Aubrey Street) at 2:00 pm, Reverend Michael Kurtz presiding. Cremation has taken place. Interment will be at a later date at the Gimli Cemetery, Gimli Manitoba.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests a donation to the Grace General Hospital Foundation or the Cancer Society.
SUSAN MORIN (FUNK)
Peacefully on September 19, 2004, at the age of 84, Susan passed away at the Kildonan Personal Care Centre.
Susan is survived by her son Larry, daughter-in-law Denise, daughter Joanne Wood, grandchildren Brent & Nicole, sister Edna and many nieces and nephews.
Susan is predeceased by her husband Gaston George Morin in 1977.
The family would like to thank all the staff at Kildonan Personal Care Centre for the loving care and kindness that Mom received for the past many years.
Although Mom will be dearly missed, we know that the suffering has ceased and she now rests in peace with the Lord.
A memorial service was be held on Thursday, September 23, 2004 at 11:00 at NBI Crematorium, 3030 Notre Dame Ave. with Rev. Robin Mather officiating. Interment to follow in Brookside Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Alzheimer Society of Manitoba, 120 Donald Street, Wpg, R3J 0L3.
ROBERT (BOB) KIRK IRVINE
It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Bob Irvine, our loving father, grandfather, great grandfather and loving husband.
Dad passed away from heart complications and died peacefully with his family at his bedside on Saturday, September 18 at the Grace Hospital.
He is survived by his wife Iris with whom he had just celebrated their 51st wedding anniversary; his sons Rob, Michael (Kelly), Todd (Donna) and Chris; grandchildren Lisa, Dawn, Allison, Kirk, Sam, Chantel (Ernie) and Amber; great grandchildren Taylor and Daegan; sister Pat Savage and sister-in-law Lil Bodnar and Ivy Allan.
Dad loved his family with his heart and soul and of course known as Papa by his grandchildren and great grandchildren who brought the utmost joy to his life.
Dad was the most selfless person known as he always put his family, friends and his animals first.
Dad was well known in sports as Mr. Irv and spent the last 25 years on the executive of the St. James Major Junior Canucks. One of his main joys in life was watching hockey and especially watching young boys playing and enjoying the game and developing into fine young men.
We would like to offer our very special thanks to his daughter-in-law Kelly who spent the last month his life taking special care of him. Also to his special friend Tom Millar who so unselfishly gave his time and was never too busy to drive Bob around during his illness, never failing to put a smile on Bob's face.
Flowers are gratefully declined. If friends so desire a donation in Dad's memory may be made to the Pet Rescue Shelter, 3062 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3K 0Y1, which was one of his favourite places to visit, would be greatly appreciated.
A memorial service was held on Wednesday, September 22 at 1:30 at Sturgeon Creek Community Club, 210 Rita Street, at 1:30 p.m.
EDWARD (TED) GRAY BROWNELL M.D., F.R.C.P. (London), F.R.C.P. (C.), F.A.C.P., F.A.C.C 1923 - 2004
It is with deep sadness that we, the family of Ted Brownell, announce his passing on September 16, 2004, at his home. He is survived by his wife Anne-Marie, brother Don (Barb), former wife Bjorg of Calgary, daughter Alix (Gary) of Calgary, son Laurence (Heather), stepdaughters Gillian (Mark) of Ottawa, Kate (Steven) of Maine, and Heather of Halifax, and grandchildren Lauren, Cameron, Morgan, Katie, David, Signy, Jon, Miranda, Casey, Hilary, Jacob, Adam, Joseph, Emily-Rose, and Romney. .
Ted lived most of his life in Winnipeg with two periods in London, England. He chose a career in medicine, graduating with his M.D. from the University of Manitoba in 1946. He then took specialty training in Internal Medicine and Cardiology in London, England, and obtained Fellowship degrees from Canada, England, and the United States. He practiced at the Winnipeg Clinic and the General Hospital until he took a full-time position at the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Medicine. He continued to practice at the General Hospital, later the Health Sciences' Centre, while teaching medical students, interns and residents. Caring for his patients, teaching his students and being a "medical detective" were his great career enjoyments.
He served medicine and the University in other ways: on task forces, advisory boards, the University of Manitoba Senate and The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Board of Examiners. He also devoted much time to the Manitoba Heart Foundation as a Board Member and Chairman, the Unitarian Church as a Board Member and Chairman, and the Manitoba Theatre Centre. Ted loved theatre, be it in London, New York or Winnipeg. He served on the Manitoba Theatre Centre Advisory Board from 1970 until recently and served as its President from 1974-1976.
Ted loved to play golf in the summer at the Niakwa Country Club with his friends, his wife, and his family, and curled at the Granite Club in the winter. He enjoyed good food, good wine, and the good company of friends and family. He loved to travel especially in Europe with his wife. His wife and family and his duty to his patients were at the core of his being.
The family wish to thank the many people who cared for Ted during his illness including; Dr. M. Verrelli and the Peritoneal Dialysis Team, Dr. G. Louridas and the Vascular Team, and Dr. H. Smith at St. Boniface General Hospital, and the entire Home Care Team who were extraordinary. In lieu of flowers, a donation may be made to the Kidney Foundation, 730 Taylor Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3M 2K8, the Heart and Stroke Foundation, 200 - 6 Donald Street, Winnipeg, Mb R3L 0K6 or the Manitoba Theatre Centre, 174 Market Avenue, Winnipeg, Mb R3B 0P8.
Cremation has taken place.
A memorial service was held at 2:00 pm on Wednesday September 22, at St. Andrew's River Heights United Church, Kingsway at Oak.
HELEN LORRAINE GRAHAM (LAEWETZ)
Peacefully, at the age of 85, beloved wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother, Helen died on September 15, 2004, at the Misericordia Health Centre. Helen was born on December 12, 1918 in Winnipeg, daughter of Henri and Sarah Laewetz.
She was predeceased by siblings Joseph, Dorothy, Catherine, Audrey, Harry and grandson Gary.
She is survived by her husband of 67 years, Kenneth, daughters Nora Sharpe (Kenneth), Shirley Kerslake (Jim), Roberta Thompson (Wayne); grandchildren Ian, Heather, Brian, Alan, Tracy and Terri, and great grandchildren Sebastian, Owen, Brett and Evan.
Helen was a long time resident of Fort Rouge. A talented seamstress, she was well known for her quilting and making afghans for many charities. She was an avid curler and a member of Fort Rouge Ladies Curling Club. Helen along with her husband was one of the founding members of the Leeside Recreation Co-op. Helen and Ken enjoyed many happy summers at Lee River and made many close friends.
Helen was a loving and caring person and always generous in spending time with her family especially her grandchildren.
Our thanks to the staff of Wolsley 3 at the MHC for their kindness and compassion during Helen's illness.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Helen's name to the Alzheimer Society of Manitoba,10 - 120 Donald Street, Winnipeg, MB R3C 4G2.
A memorial service was held on Wednesday, September 22, at Neil Bardal Inc., 984 Portage Avenue, (entrance on Aubrey Street) at 2:00 p.m.
"Sleep here awhile thou dearest part of me - in little time I'll come and sleep with thee"
LENA APPLER (NEE MOSER)
Peacefully on Tuesday, September 14, 2004 Lena passed away at the Charleswood Care Centre at the age of 102 years.
Lena is survived by sons Henry (Wilhelmina) and William (Della), grandsons Dennis, Richard and Allan, 4 great grandchildren as well as nieces and nephews.
The family would like to thank the staff at the Charleswood Care Centre for their loving care.
At her request cremation has taken place and no formal service will be held.
If friends so desire donations may be made in Lena's memory to the Winnipeg Humane Society, 5 Kent Road, Winnipeg, MB R2L 1X3.
MALCOLM FRANK MACDOUGALL
Peacefully at Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria, BC on Sept 1, 2004, aged 94.
Born in Wapella, SK on Sept 10, 1909 Mack resided in Shellmouth, Emerson and Winnipeg MB, being at one time the Province's Bee Inspector.
Predeceased by his wife, parents and brothers, Mack is fondly remembered by his sister Mary Neuls, his daughter Louise MacDougall, his four grandchildren, Michael, Elise and Malcolm Andrieshyn & Heidi Bell and his great-granddaughter Elizabeth Bell.
A funeral Service was held at 11:00 am on Thursday, September 23 at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 700 London Street. Interment at St. Vital Cemetery.
LUTA JANE BEAM (NEE STEVENS) (HOWATT)
In her 96th year, on September 10, 2004, Luta passed away at Concordia Hospital.
She was predeceased by her husband Wilbur Howatt, her husband Howard Beam, and her son-in-law, James Craig. Also two sisters and one brother.
Luta will be lovingly remembered by her daughter Joan Craig, grandsons Randy, Doug and Jeff (Pamela) and her great-granddaughter, Brittany.
Luta was born in Kaleida, Manitoba and spent her early years in the Darlingford and Manitou areas. She moved to Winnipeg in the '40's with her daughter. She also lived in Kitchener Ontario and Victoria, B.C.
Cremation has taken place, and a service was held at 3:00 p.m., Friday, September 17, 2004 at NBI Crematorium, 3030 Notre Dame Avenue, across from Brookside Cemetery.
Flowers gratefully declined.
H. ALLAN (AL) JOHNSTON
Peacefully, with family at his side, H. Allan (Al) Johnston died Saturday, September 11, 2004 in Deer Lodge Centre.
Al was born in the original Winnipeg Children's Hospital on November 20, 1919 the only child of Edward J. Johnston (died 1935) and Vera (Tod) (died 1949). He is survived by his beloved wife Margaret (Colven) and stepdaughter Dolores (Fonseca) Haggarty. (Of whose achievements he was extremely proud.) He will be sadly missed by five grandchildren, Elena, Diana, Jennifer, Christopher and Jeremy and seven great grandchildren. In addition, Al is survived by sisters-in-law Jean Mayfield (Los Angeles) and Marjorie Colven (Lindsay, ON.) and by sister and brother-in-law, Helena and Alex Conn (Burnaby, BC). Al is also survived by several cousins in Canada and the US.
After graduating from Kelvin High School, Al joined the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders Reserve. After the Second World War was declared, he transferred to the Airforce where he trained as a Radar Technician. Based in England at various RAF stations, he was responsible for the Radar Unit, at that time a highly secretive British invention. When Al subsequently received an 'overseas' posting to RAF base Greenwood, N.S., he remustered to Aircrew and graduated as a Radar Navigator; after, he returned to England where he eventually joined the 406 Lynx Night Fighter Squadron at Manston, England. Al served there until the end of the European War. It should also be noted that he and his pilot were mentioned in dispatches. Al volunteered for the Japanese Front, but the conflict ceased before he could remuster. After returning to Canada, Al participated in ferrying Lancaster aircraft across Canada to home bases. He was honourably discharged in 1946 to the General Reserve.
Over his lifetime, Al maintained his military connection as a member of the Aircrew Association (U.K.) and the Airforce Association of Canada. He was a life member of the Wartime Pilots' and Observers' Association and an Associate Life Member of the Joint Veterans' Housing Society. He was also a member of the St. James Legion Branch No. 4 where he enjoyed many Tuesday luncheons with the 'boys;' he was a member of the Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans in Canada #283, a Founder Member of the Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum (Brandon, MB) and a member in good standing of the Western Canada Aviation Museum.
Al spent his career in the field of electronics, working in various capacities travelling from Thunder Bay to Victoria; he joined the Northwest Commercial Traveller's Association in 1953 and remained a member throughout his life. As everyone knows, Al was an avid curler and spent many years sweeping rocks down the ice. For years he belonged to the West End club, curling out of the Thistle Curling Club. Later, he joined the Deer Lodge Curling Club; toward the end of his curling career, he curled with the Antlers group of seniors at Deer Lodge.
Although Al grew up in Cresentwood, he spent most his adult life in St. James. He and Margaret enjoyed their home on Fidler Ave. in Silver Heights for almost fifty years before moving into the Courts of St. James. For the past four years, Al had been residing in Deer Lodge Centre suffering from the debilitating effects of Parkinsons' Disease and other related illnesses. His final years and days were most difficult, but made more comfortable by the fact that his wife Margaret remained an almost daily companion until the moment he died. With that said, the family would like to extend deep appreciation to the staff at Deer Lodge Centre on Two South and Tower Seven for their care, kindness and support during Al's final years. Also we would like to thank the DVA for their support towards his care.
A private internment was held at St. John's Cathedral Cemetery; Rev. Susan Van Dreser attended with immediate family. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Al's memory to Ronald MacDonald House, 566 Bannatyne Ave., Winnipeg, MB R3A 0G7. Dearest Allie Without you, life has no meaning or purpose. Thank you for 52 wonderful years of marriage I will miss you forever Love, Margaret
MARGARET (PEGGY) LINDQUIST
SEPTEMBER 20, 1919-SEPTEMBER 11, 2004
Surrounded by the love of her family and friends, our mom passed away peacefully with amazing dignity at the Grace Hospice on Saturday, Sept. 11, 2004.
Peggy was born in England and came to Canada with her parents at an early age.
She met Paul and married him in 1946. They lived in St. James where they raised their 3 children. Mom enjoyed her part-time work at The Bay, Breslauer & Warren and Sears in their china departments. She valued the friendships she made over the forty years spent with Beauty Counsellors.
Mom was a long-standing member of St. Stephen's Lutheran Church. She was involved in many aspects of church life. Her strong faith was her guiding light. She was blessed with many friends who meant the world to her and found good in everyone.
She had many interests. She loved her years of volunteer work at the Grace Hospital, as well as her knitting and crocheting, crafts, music, baking, Bridge and traveling.
She was predeceased by her husband Paul in1980, first husband Donald Henderson in 1942, her parents and her in-laws.
She is lovingly remembered by her daughter Barbara; daughter Karen (Al) Sansom and granddaughter Erin; son Gary and grandsons Adam and Colin; sister Barbara (Jim) Cochrane; sister Dorothy (Bob) Davies. She is also survived by her in-laws; Evie Lindquist, Mark and Shirley Lindquist and numerous nieces and nephews who meant so much to her. Also cherishing her memory is her special friend and companion, Clare.
We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to all our family and friends for their love and support during this most difficult time. Special thanks to Dr. P. Harris and the staff at CancerCare as well as the doctors and nurses who took such good care of mom at the Grace Hospital. Our love and thanks to the fabulous staff of the Grace Hospice who let mom live out her last days with care, comfort and dignity. Words cannot express our gratitude and love to Gladys who was mom's earth-angel.
A memorial service was held on Friday, Sept 17, 2004 at 1:00 pm at the Church of St. Stephen and St. Bede, 99 Turner Ave.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Peggy's memory may be made to the Church of St. Stephen and St. Bede, 99 Turner Avenue, Winnipeg MB R3J 2S9 or to the Grace Hospice, 260 Booth Drive, Winnipeg MB R3J 3R5.
Heaven has another angel.
ANGELINE JOHNSON (NEE JERYK - CHANGED TO LYRIC)
Born July 6, 1906 in Tulyn, Austria, died on Saturday, September 11, 2004.
Angeline emigrated to Canada with her parents Tomko and Telka in 1911, settling in Fraserwood, MB.
She was orphaned before the age of 14 years along with her siblings. She was predeceased in adulthood by brothers Malcolm, Joseph and Stanley Lyric and husband Alvin.
Angie worked as a hairdresser/beautician at Eatons; owned her own business and was an accomplished seamstress and knitter. Her culinary and gardening expertise delighted everyone, and especially her dog Trixie. Together Angeline and Alvin strongly supported the C.C.F. and the N.D.P. formerly at Fort William, Ontario and latterly in the Elmwood area. They were great fans of former Premier Edward Shreyer and especially universal medicare.
Angeline was proud of her European heritage and its contribution. She was fluent in song and speech of several languages. She often spoke of her mother's midwifery skills in Fraserwood around 1912. She strongly encouraged a good education, work habits and fair remuneration for work.
Angeline is survived by several nieces and nephews; Ron, Leonard, Diane (Lyric), Josephine, Trudy, Linda, Margaret and many great nieces and nephews, and by her late husband's family in Saskatchewan.
Viewing was held from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., Thursday, September 16, 2004 at Neil Bardal Inc., 984 Portage Avenue, Aubrey Street entrance. A memorial service was held at 3:00 p.m., Friday, September 17, 2004 at
We wish to thank the dietary, housekeeping, recreation, and nursing and medical staffs at Tuxedo Villa for their care.
Thank you dear Aunt for all your contributions, humanitarianism and your love. We will miss you.
DULCIE MAVOURNEEN BJORNSON
Peacefully on September 10, 2004, Dulcie Mavourneen Bjornson (nee Price) passed away at Calvary Place Personal Care Home at the age of 90 with her family at her side.
Born on July 7, 1914 and raised in Winnipeg, Dulcie (Del) married Ingimar Bjornson on December 3, 1938 and enjoyed 58 years of marriage until the passing of Ingi in 1996.
Del had been employed at Eaton's as a comptometer operator after high school. Ingi and Del had one daughter and they were blessed with 4 grandsons and 4 great-grandchildren.
Del was very involved in sports in her early years especially baseball and basketball. She was a very talented piano player and enjoyed all kinds of music. Del also inherited her talent of sewing from her mother. She thoroughly enjoyed the cottage at Falcon Lake that her and Ingi built and could always be found swimming in the lake. During the winter, Del could be found at the "Y", taking courses at the University, or playing bridge. She was a devoted member of First Lutheran Church and the F.L.C.W. Del was a very loving and kind person and devoted to her family and many friends. She always had time to visit and enjoy everyone's company. Her grandsons will remember her many stories that flowed from her head at the drop of a hat.
Left to cherish her memory are her daughter Barbara Mineault (Ed Neufeld), Grandsons Blaine (Chrystel) of Red Hook, New York, Brian (Marlene) of Calgary, Alberta, Blair (Nicole) of Winnipeg and Bruce (April) of Springfield, Manitoba, Great-grandchildren, Caley, Emily, Carsten & Julian; sister Clara Rummery of Winnipeg and nieces and nephews in Winnipeg, Clearwater Bay, Vancouver, Oregon and California.
Viewing was held on Tuesday, September 14 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Neil Bardal Inc., 984 Portage Avenue, Aubrey Street entrance. The Funeral Service was held at First Lutheran Church at 580 Victor Street on Wednesday, September 15, 2004 at 1:00 p.m.
Pallbearers will be her grandsons, Blaine, Brian, Blair & Bruce, and her nephews Gary and Rob Rummery.
The family would like to extend special thanks to the very caring staff at Calvary Place especially Rachael, Christine, Eranio and Trish for all the love, care and support.
In lieu of flowers donations in Dulcie's memory may be made to First Lutheran Church, 580 Victor Street, Winnipeg MB R3G 1R2 or Calvary Place Personal Care Home, 1325 Erin Street, Winnipeg MB R3E 3R6 or a charity of your choice.